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Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Date of photo 1880
Description The Alderman family, late 1880s.

"Here is a family who in their time played a prominent part in the life of the East Village. Franklin Alderman, his second wife Jennie Jewett Fairbank (sister of Arthur Jewett) and his daughters Ottaline and Cora.

Mr. Alderman came to Lexington about 1858 and resided on Independence Avenue, last house on left where Mr. Fred Fletcher now resides. He carried on the butchering business. The family later resided for many years at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Bow Street. Here he carried on business of boarding and trading horses - hiring the land around the Great Meadow for pasturage. Picture taken in front of barn at Bow Street. Taken in late 1880s."
Object ID Worthen.slideA27
Object Name Transparency, Lantern-slide
People Alderman
Alderman, Franklin
Alderman, Jennie Jewett Fairbank
Alderman, Ottaline
Alderman, Cora
Jewett, Arthur
Fletcher, Fred
Search Terms East Lexington
Independence Avenue
Bow Street
Subjects Group portraits
Families
Family
Adults & children
Barns
Butchers
Horse boarding & training facilities
Horses
Title The Alderman Family, late 1880s
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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