So. Groton [Mass.]: 1863.
One half-plate (4-1/4 x 5-1/2 in.) and 62 ninth-plate (2 x 2-1/2 in.) ambrotypes, cheeks rouged, each individually cased, together mounted, framed, and glazed. With 2 gold-painted wood spacers with caption in black paint, “Ambrotypes by Ross, So. Groton 1863. So. Groton Grammer [sic] School 1863”. 18 x 24 inches overall. South Groton Grammar School Class Portraits, 1863. A few images spotted, mostly in fine, bright condition Item #250053
A highly unusual grouping of ambrotypes, a kind of one-off yearbook comprising 62 individual portraits of grammar school students arranged around a larger central portrait of their teacher, a bearded young man with a book in hand.
South Groton is likely the present-day town of Groton Junction, Massachusetts.
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