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Wine-making in the Summer Garden

Collection: This image is from the Jacob F. Wieners, Jr. Photographs and is depicted in a glass plate negative, polyester negative, print, and digital image.; Image is part of the Jacob F. Wieners Photographs
Date: ca. 1902; 1897 Material: unknown material on plate glass; safety film; gelatin silver print Dimension: 8 x 10 inches (glass plate negative); 4 x 5 (negative); 8 x 10 inches (print); 400 ppi (digital image)
Creator: Jacob F. Wieners, Jr. Identifier: aql:12163 jfw-000255 jfw-000255.tif

Description: A view of a wine-making area in John Ley's Hotel Grutli. In a room filled with casks, two men operate wine presses as a young woman looks on. Sunlight streams in from the left, where sections of the wall have been opened up to the outside.

Collection : aql:11775; vital:1

Creator : Jacob F. Wieners, Jr.

Date : ca. 1902; 1897

Summary/Description : A view of a wine-making area in John Ley's Hotel Grutli. In a room filled with casks, two men operate wine presses as a young woman looks on. Sunlight streams in from the left, where sections of the wall have been opened up to the outside.

Subject : Wine and wine making; Wine presses

Rights : Copyright holder unknown

Coverage : 3rd Avenue (now 15th Avenue) at 10th Street (now 119th Street), College Point, NY College Point (New York, N.Y.) Queens (New York, N.Y.)

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

Format : unknown material on plate glass; safety film; gelatin silver print; 8 x 10 inches (glass plate negative); 4 x 5 (negative); 8 x 10 inches (print); 400 ppi (digital image)

Identifier : aql:12163 jfw-000255 jfw-000255.tif

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Wine and wine making; Wine presses
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