03/17/2018 12:00 PM
EARLY 1900’S PHOTO OF FITCHBURG BAND ( IN ORIGINAL FRAME)
Age. Early 1900s
Composition. See below
Size. 9” high x 11 ˝” wide
Comments. The base drum is marked” GRADE D’HONNEUR, FITCHBURG DRUM CORPS”. It shows a dapper bunch of gentlemen dressed in their uniforms and each is holding their instruments. They are standing in front of an unidentified building with what looks like a factory in the background. It is in a solid oak frame which has a small beaded gesso inner design. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some minor wear on the original finish of the frame and has some soiling as well as some small stains on the photo as seen in our photo. Give it a light cleaning in this one’s ready for your wall. A nice local collectible of days gone by and who knows how many of these photos are still around.
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