Erie Boulevard, Albany, NY

Glen S. Cook
Date: 1920
Photographer: Glen S. Cook
Medium: Gelatin silver photographic print
Dimensions: 7 13/16 H x 9 11/16 W
Embossed lower right: Glen S. Cook/Albany, N.Y.; rubber stamped on reverse: Glen S. Cook/Commercial Photographer/2 and 4 Norton Street/Albany, N.Y./Phone Main 1967
Inscribed in pencil upper left reverse: Photo in 1920.; incribed in pencil upper right reverse: Erie Blvd., between and parallel to/Broadway & Hudson R., north end of/Albany. Pollution became so bad/as to require action. The new road/resulted./(comments made 3/21/77); inscribed in pencil lower right reverse: Shillinglaw 11/79
Provenance: Photographs collected by Edward Bates, reporter for the Albany Evening Journal from about 1900 to the 1920s, and later for the Albany Sunday Telegram until 1928, to Robert J. Shillinglaw, Bates' son-in-law, to Albany Institute in 1979.
Credit: Albany Institute of History & Art Library
Digital Data Number: DI 451
Catalogue Number: PC 1, n153