Black African American Cotton Pickers Stereoview By J. N. Wilson Savannah Georgia
STEREOVIEW with caption on back: COTTON FIELD and COTTON PICKERS. " Handwritten below that: "In South Carolina. A woman in a hat or bonnet holds cotton at left. A man stands next to her with a burlap sack around his neck. One wonders if theyre a couple. Then there are the two children, each holding bolls of cotton. A man, bent over, and woman are both working the same basket behind them. WILSON, PHOTOGRAPHER AND Publisher of the Largest and Finest Selection of Stereoscopic Views in the South, 21 Bull Street, (opposite Screven House,) Savannah, Ga. Approximately 4 x 7 inches. Left side: Upper left corner tip bumped and creased forward. Missing small piece at top edge, just to the left of center.
Several dark spots in sky, left side. Right side: Some soiling in sky. Mount: Wear at corners and around edges. Some dark spots at left side (corresponds to cluster of spots on left side image). The item "BLACK AFRICAN AMERICAN COTTON PICKERS STEREOVIEW BY J.
WILSON SAVANNAH GEORGIA" is in sale since Monday, August 24, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Photographic Images\Vintage & Antique (Pre-1940)\Stereoviews".
The seller is "genest" and is located in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Photo Type: Stereoview