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Bertha Abbey playing the mandolin
Bertha Abbey playing the mandolin
TitleBertha Abbey playing the mandolin
Date of Original1909
DescriptionAn interior view of Bertha Abbey's living room, with a piano taking up the right wall and a decorative pot belly stove in the back visible through curtains that are pulled back. Bertha Abbey sits in the center playing a mandolin, looking at a music stand holding sheet music. On the left is a small table with photographs and photo graph albums on top. Then there is a chair and a small end table that has a lamp and a bird cage on top. There are many decorations, including a pillow, table cloths, rugs, and pictures and framed photographs, many hand on the walls. There is a framed picture of Abraham Lincoln on the left wall.
General SubjectWomen
City & Town Life
Subject (LCTGM)Interiors
Homes & haunts
Houses
Living rooms
Parlors
Pianos
Mandolins
Musical instruments
Musicians
Chairs
Picture frames
Lamps
Draperies
Stoves
Birdcages
Music
Photograph albums
Rugs
Music stands
Pillows
Interior decoration
Personal NameAbbey, Bertha
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
LocationSt. Paul (Minn.)
Ramsey County (Minn.)
Decade1900-1909
Item Number001.13.27
Format of OriginalPhotographic prints
Dimensions of Original20 x 25 cm.
Transcription"Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, 1909. From Bertha Abbey, #1000 Charles St., St. Paul, Minn."--Handwritten on back of photograph.
NotesPhotographer unknown.
Title created by staff.
Repository InstitutionManfred Heritage Museum
Repository CollectionManfred Heritage Museum Photograph Collection
Credit LineManfred Heritage Museum, Manfred, N.D. (001.13.27)
Rights ManagementCopyright status unknown.
Ordering InformationManfred Heritage Museum
Visit the Manfred History and Preservation, Inc. website: ManfredND.org - go to Guestbook.
Mailing address: Manfred History and Preservation Inc., PO Box 321, Harvey, N.D. 58341
Open May 1- September 30, on Tuesday- Saturday 10am-4pm.
When open, Museum phone number (701) 547-2564.
Manfred project historian, Audrey Solheim, e-mail address, administrator@manfrednd.org
Winter phone numbers that are published in their newsletter for staff who could open the museum on special request are 701-547-3123, 701-324-2091, and Pam Norstedt at 701-324-2027.
GrantNHPRC SNAP Grant 2008-2009, NAR08-RC-10021-08
Digital IDdm0011327
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