Thursday, April 23, 2015

Laboratory Gates

Laboratory Gates
Originally the gates to a research laboratory
including the development of a lens for Eastman Kodak.
The company grew and relocated.
The drive to the home was moved.
 
 
The Researcher and Conservationist
with his Wife
1949
 
Following their deaths the property was willed to
the local township and is now a public park.





Joining Theresa for 



12 comments:

  1. Stately brick pillars into the park!

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  2. Looks like it was a grand entrance at one time.. Great fence shot. Happy Thursday!

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  3. Must have been a showplace at one time. Very nice

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  4. some interesting history there. glad it can be kept as a park!

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  5. How great that the entrance and gate were never dismantled.
    I wonder if the falcon and the dog were friends?

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  6. Referred via Good Fences #57 Run*A*Round Ranch Report

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  7. Nice History. Great fence. Interesting the owner had a large bird upon his hand. Never ever seen a portrait such as that.
    Going back into that era.

    Interesting.

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  8. Cool to see a part of history like that. Loved seeing the owners in that old photo.

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  9. Hi Gail, thanks for your visit to my fences. This is so interesting with the history behind it. How nice that it is a park now. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  10. oops...sorry I spelled Gayle wrong....

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  11. beautiful entrance. so sad that is all that is left.

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