[Charles Boynton and an unidentified man with an issue of "The night owl".]
Bust portrait, with horizontal orientation, of two men in hats, one of whom displays a publication titled The Night Owl. Boynton
was a gold miner and early newspaper publisher in Amador County, California. He left California for Illinois in 1855.
Pioneers -- California
1 photograph : ambrotype ; sixth plate, visible image 5.6 x 7 cm.
displayLabel="Container or Case Note">Type: case. Motif: Birds on a Ring (Rinhart no. 85). Material: paper over wood. Dimensions:
9.2 x 8.1 cm. Pad: red velvet with embossed motif.;;;displayLabel="Image Package Note">Original component parts: plate, mat,
cover glass (added?), preserver. Plate: clear glass with partial asphaltum backing behind figures (en relievo), with white
card and metal backing. Mat: rectangular. Cover glass: added glass? Preserver: decorative.;;
Local Call Number:
BANC PIC 1983.175--CASE
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