|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Title||[Branch Line Crossing]|
|Year Range from||1890|
|Year Range to||1899|
The Branch Line crossing the D&R Canal at Princeton Basin in the 1890s.
Princeton Basin was a canal settlement of over forty buildings with a turning basin for boats. Princeton Basin was home to dealers of lumber, coal, and groceries; a bottling plant; tradesmen such as paperhangers, shoemakers, and innkeepers; and small factories manufacturing window sashes and blinds, and bricks.
|Print size||7 1/2" x 9 1/2"|
Basins (Bodies of water)
Delaware & Raritan Canal
In pencil on back of board:
|Provenance||G_3_020 is another print of the same image.|