Charles Wesley Emerson Homestead Photographs Collection
Scope and Contents
The Charles W. Emerson Homestead Collection is a collection of glass plate negative prints from our College founder Charles Wesley Emerson's summer estate in Rochester, Vermont. Depicting Emerson, his family, home and surroundings, this collection offers a glimpse into his country life during the 1890s.
- 1890 - 1899
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open to researchers.
111 photographs; 2 boxes
Language of Materials
Existence and Location of Originals
The original photographs are in the possession of Charles Wesley Emerson's descendants, who allowed Emerson College to make reproductions for the College Archives.
Existence and Location of Copies
Digital copies of this entire collection are available at https://digitalcollections.emerson.edu/uncategorized/SO_9be44606-7d15-4be9-91f2-8e0a8782a6a1/
Last Updated August 2017
- Charles Wesley Emerson Homestead Photographs Collection
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- Finding aid written in English.