Ladies! What to do when your beloved Barnum Blake bonnet becomes besmirched, bespotted or besoiled? Best betake yon bonnet to the Boston Bonnet Bleachery, where ladies’ straw, leghorn, chip and neapolitan bonnets were bleached and pressed in the best manner. N. Ware would gladly bleach and press them at short notice, and make them over into fashionable shapes, if required. His 1858 location at Union Street is lost to us now; Union was formerly Cow Lane, running parallel to and between Green and Liberty streets.
More historic Albany sheet music, the product of historic Albanians. This one (again from the Lester Levy Sheet Music collection […]
Well, here’s another piece of all-Albany sheet music that we just had to share. It’s 1860’s The Wide Awake Quick […]
Our endless search for all things Albany and Troy recently turned up this bit of sheet music from 1856 (courtesy […]
It’s Thanksgiving week. We’ve been terribly busy. There is no time for research. There is, however, time to post pictures […]
Having looked at the ghost signs of R.B. Wing and Meginnis Electric on Liberty Street, we thought we’d present some […]