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Wedding Decorations in Greeff Residence

Collection: This image is from the Jacob F. Wieners, Jr. Photographs and is depicted in a glass plate negative, print, and digital image.; Image is part of the Jacob F. Wieners Photographs
Date: March 5, 1904; 1904-03-05 Material: unknown material on plate glass; gelatin silver print Dimension: 8 x 10 inches (glass plate negative); 8 x 10 inches (print); 400 ppi (digital image)
Creator: Jacob F. Wieners, Jr. Identifier: aql:11804 jfw-000350 jfw-000350.tif

Description: This interior view of the Greeff residence shows a fireplace decorated with flowers. First Reformed Church records indicate that Dorothy Greeff, daughter of Bernhardt Greeff and Helen P. Rosingh, was married to Albrecht Pagansteicher, Jr. in the bride's home on March 5, 1904.

Collection : aql:11775; vital:1

Creator : Jacob F. Wieners, Jr.

Date : March 5, 1904; 1904-03-05

Summary/Description : This interior view of the Greeff residence shows a fireplace decorated with flowers. First Reformed Church records indicate that Dorothy Greeff, daughter of Bernhardt Greeff and Helen P. Rosingh, was married to Albrecht Pagansteicher, Jr. in the bride's home on March 5, 1904.

Subject : Dwellings; Wedding decorations

Rights : Copyright holder unknown

Coverage : 10th Street between Avenue C and 1st Avenue (now 12-24 119th Street), College Point, NY College Point (New York, N.Y.) Queens (New York, N.Y.)

Type : glass plate negative; black and white print; digital image

Format : unknown material on plate glass; gelatin silver print; 8 x 10 inches (glass plate negative); 8 x 10 inches (print); 400 ppi (digital image)

Identifier : aql:11804 jfw-000350 jfw-000350.tif

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