|Title||Hattie White, Joy Chapman & G. Booth|
|Object Name||Negative, Glass-plate|
|Photographer||Austen, E. Alice|
|Date||February 15, 1892|
|Collection||Alice Austen Photograph Collection|
|Description||Original glass plate negative. Two women and a man stand on an unpaved street, facing the camera. They stand in front of a horse-drawn carriage; in the background are bare trees and the side view of a brick house. The original negative sleeve has the photographer's handwritten inscription: "A&R / 40 / No. 248 / Hattie White, Joy Chapman & G. Booth / Fine day / 3 P.M / 10 ft / Inst / Monday Feb 15th 1892 / Bethlehem."|
|Film Size||4 x 5|
|Ownership and History||
Photographer Alice Austen went to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, on several occasions to visit her friend Julia Bredt.
The man identified in the photographer's inscription as "G. Booth" is George Rodney Booth of Bethlehem. He graduated from Lehigh University in 1886 and had a career as an attorney. Joy Chapman also lived in Bethlehem; her father, William Chapman, was founder and president of a large slate quarry.
|Subjects||Carriages & coaches|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
Booth, George Rodney
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