Photographer

Preview

image preview

Photo Description

Three women standing outside a house, presumably theirs. It's likely that the woman on the right is the grandmother, the woman on the left is the mother, and the girl in the center is the child. The house behind them is of the Cracker house architecture, common in Florida during this time. The style looks to be a mix of the single pen and dog-trot styles. The steep, sloping roof and broad porch covered by the overhang of the roof is attributed to the single pen style, while the lack of front door and open breezeway running through the middle of the house is a detail of the dog-trot style. A wooden fence surrounds the house.

Keywords

Women, girl, child, wooden fence, house, porch, trees, cracker architecture

Subject

Women—Florida, Children—Florida, Houses—Florida, Dwellings—Florida, Fencing, Trees

Date Original

Circa 1908

Number of Images

2

Format

image/jpeg

Size Original

6 x 8 inch

Side of Image

Back of Image

Place

Florida

Digital Reproduction Specifications

Jpeg2000 images were derived from no less than 400 dpi tiff images

Date Digital

2019-07-23

Date Contributed

June 2020

Identifier

DP0022761-054

Type

image

Rights

All rights to images are held by the respective holding institution. This image is posted publicly for non-profit educational uses, excluding printed publication. For permission to reproduce images and/or for copyright information contact Special Collections and University Archives, University of Central Florida Libraries, (407) 823-2576

File Location

U:\SpecialCollections\Special Collections\Florida Homesteaders Photographs\DP0022761

Keywords

Women, girl, child, wooden fence, house, porch, trees, cracker architecture

Share

COinS