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Hutchings & Crum Railroad Photo Car (editor's title)

Photo car
The Hutchings & Crum photo car is distinguished by the glass panels that provided natural light for portraits. Hutchings & Crum operated its car ca. 1886 to 1888, according to Robert O. Brown, "Collector's Guide to 19th Century Traveling Photographers" (2002), p 127. Photo cars traveled from town to town making portraits; usually they included a studio, darkroom, and living quarters for the photographer and staff.
Source Lake Forest College Library Special Collections
Coverage Spatial, unknown; Temporal, c 1886
Rights Lake Forest College
Date Created c1886
Resource Type
Format
Extent Not available
Equipment: Cars Photograph Car
Collection Arthur Dubin Collection
Institution
Image ID Dubin.I.31.2
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