Bull and Tethered Calf

bwm1246_032.jpg

Dublin Core

Title

Bull and Tethered Calf

Subject

Agriculture--Sunbury--Ohio--Early 20th century
Barns--Sunbury--Ohio--Early 20th century
Calves--Sunbury--Ohio--Early 20th century
Cattle--Sunbury--Ohio--Early 20th century
Delaware County--Ohio--History--Early 20th century
Photographs--Negatives--Sunbury--Ohio--Early 20th century
Sunbury--Ohio--History--Early 20th century

Description

This photo shows a tethered cow and calf outside of a barn with an outbuilding and a carriage to the right.

If you have any information about this photograph, please contact the library at 740-965-3901 or history@yourcl.org.

From Mark Arnold: "The sawtooth or serrated lap siding of the barn is a common decorative treatment for vertical siding on barns. It is not part of the roof, but occurs on the gable end of the structure in the triangular area from the eaves to the peak."

Creator

Photographer Harry O. Kempton; Photographer Charles A. Perfect

Date

early 1900s

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

Relation

Sunbury Glass Plate Negatives

Format

Negative

Type

Still Image

Identifier

30210312718389

Collection

Citation

Photographer Harry O. Kempton; Photographer Charles A. Perfect, “Bull and Tethered Calf,” Delaware County Memory, accessed March 3, 2024, http://delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/3843.

Output Formats