Daltry case, inside lawn

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Title:
Daltry case, inside lawn
Location:
Date:
1901-11-04
Description:
Appleton specialized in photography for use as evidence in legal cases. This is a reenactment of the case of James Daltry, a boy who picked up a live "electric light" wire on the Media, Pa. property of George Darlington and survived near-electrocution. House and buildings in Media are visible in the background, including the towers of Nativity B.V.M. Catholic Church, the Episcopal Church, and Media Borough Hall. Providence Rd. is just outside the chained entry strung between two granite posts, with Edgmont St. visible beyond that. One of the granite posts still stands at the northern parking lot entrance to Holly House Condominiums, which now occupy the Darlington property. See also AP-8161.
Identifier:
AP-8160
Creator:
Appleton, Stephen Horne, 1854-1909
Subject:
Format:
Glass Negative, 8" x 10"
Negative:
8160
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Appleton, Stephen Horne, 1854-1909, “Daltry case, inside lawn,” Media Historic Archives, accessed January 28, 2020, https://www.mediahistoricarchives.org/items/show/3668.