• Created Date
  • 1900
  • Description
  • A horse and dray are used to pick up a load of paint for W. H. Rogers of Madison, Indiana. You can see the name on the side of the box car. The paint was loaded at the paint factory and delivered directly to Madison where it was picked up and taken to the store. The freight car had the identification of the Detroit-Toledo-Ironton Line. The driver of the dray is identified as John Spicer. The inscription on the back of the picture reads, "John ... more
    A horse and dray are used to pick up a load of paint for W. H. Rogers of Madison, Indiana. You can see the name on the side of the box car. The paint was loaded at the paint factory and delivered directly to Madison where it was picked up and taken to the store. The freight car had the identification of the Detroit-Toledo-Ironton Line. The driver of the dray is identified as John Spicer. The inscription on the back of the picture reads, "John Louis Spicer (taken about 1899 or 1900). less
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  • photograph