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Kings County Museum

Album, Photographic


Accession number: 2018.019.013
Date: 2000 – 2015
Materials: Paper (photographic), plastic
Measurements: 22 cm L x 17.5 cm WPhotos = 4X6
Marks/Label: Tape on front: "Local Valley Mailboxes" in red ink
Narrative: Donated by Evelyn MacLean, the artifacts in this collection belonged to her husband Francis MacLean's (1915-1995) family. Francis's father was Captain Fred MacLean (1878-1957), who married Laura Mae Nickerson (1887-1964); together they had two sons Francis and his brother Clayton (1913-2004). Captain Fred MacLean also had a daughter, Helen from his first marriage (her mother Minnie passed away). the Field Glasses belonged to the Captain, and the crib was also purchased by him in 1905, in Boston and used by all 3 of his children. It eventually was passed down to Francis and used by his and Evelyn's 2 sons Edgar and David MacLean. the crib has not been used since, and had been put in storage. 
Description: Medium sized photo album. Black, yellow, green, purple, blue and pink in color. Smile-faces and random doodles on both front and back covers (as part of the pattern). 2 color photos of unique/decorative mailboxes inside back cover - same type of photos throughout album. Masking tape on front cover with "Local Valley mail boxes" written across it in red. 16 pages in total.
History of Use: Photos taken on road trips by Evelyn MacLean between 2000 and 2015 on unique/decorative mailboxes