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Upland Photograph Business; Exterior of Gordon C. Day's Blacksmith and Carriage Shop / Esther Boulton Black Estate
Upland Studio
Esther Boulton Black Estate
Date Created and/or Issued
circa early 1900's
Publication Information
Upland Public Library
Contributing Institution
Upland Public Library
Upland Public Library Historic Photograph Collection
Rights Information
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Consult owning institution
View is of exterior of the blacksmith and carriage shop. There are 5 men standing in front of the building.
1 black and white photograph 3 1/2 x 5 with border 4 11/16 x 3 1/8 without border
1 Bu BSC 1
Day, Gordon C. b.1876
Businesses--Local (Early)
Blacksmith shop
Upland (Calif.)--History--Pictorial works
Upland (Calif.)

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