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#232 - Americana: Nursing Photo Estimate: $100+

Vintage original matte-finish 35.5 x 9.5 panoramic portrait of the 1909 roster of nurses at the Massachusetts General Hospital on Fruit Street in Boston, taken by the Falk Photo Company on April 8, 1909, and showing the nurses posing in front of the impressive Bulfinch Building. Framed to a slightly larger size. In very good to fine condition, with some light silvering, a short tear, and faint vertical folds, none of which detract from the attractive image.




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