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EARLY BOVINA PICTURES
Glass Negatives

I believe these pictures were taken by David Fletcher Hoy in May 1900.
I had the prints made in June 2001.
Notes in italic type are from information enclosed with the glass negatives
and are believed to be written by David Fletcher Hoy, (circa 1900).
Other Notes are information that I have added. --Ed Davidson
#1 - (No. 6) Fletcher and old cow.
Fletcher and old cow
#2 - Fletcher Davidson & dog. Bovina Center, NY. 5/1900
Fletcher Davidson & dog, Bovina Center, NY
#3 - No Notes. Fletcher Davidson on wooden track between barn and house. Home of Douglass Davidson and Margaret Jane Hoy Davidson.
Home of douglass Davidson & Margaret Jane Hoy Davidson.
#4 - (99) Mr. & Mrs. J R Hoy, Bovina Center, NY. May 1900
Mr. & Mrs. J R Hoy, Bovina Center, NY
#5 - No Notes. I believe that is David Fletcher Hoy on the right,
his wife Silence in the center and his mother, Isabella Wilson Miller Hoy, on the left. (Photo probably taken at Ithaca, NY).
David Fletcher Hoy with wife and mother
#6 - (107) Agnes Miller. Bovina Center, NY. May 1900.H. Fletcher Davidson note: House built by J.R. Hoy 1888. Now owned by Russell Ryder 1981.
Agnes Miller - House built by J.R. Hoy 1888
#7 - (No. 22) View from Lake Road, Bovina Center in distance. 1900. I believe that the barn and buildings are those of Douglass Davidson.(later owned by William J. Storie and Vera Lillian Davidson Storie)
View from Lake Road, Bovina Center in distance
#8 - Main Street, Bovina (not a glass negative)
Main Street, Bovina
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