L. V. Kupper: Dirt-Street Town Photographer

In the closing decades of the nineteenth century, northwestern Pennsylvania was predominantly a region of dirt-street towns, each serving a neighboring farm popula­tion. As such, these communities were home to blacksmiths, harness makers. and their like Рpractical mechanics whose utilitarian skills were very much a pan of the agricultural landscape. And among these champions of the useful...
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