- Item 102290 - "Looming #1," ca. 1910
- Contributed by Stanley Museum on deposit at Maine Historical Society
- Item 102290
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This room-size floor loom was used to make wide fabric before the Industrial Age. Early 20th century Maine photographer, Chansonetta Stanley Emmons, frequently photographed production methods which had their roots in the Colonial era.Show Details
This is the first photograph in a series taken by Emmons of this particular woman at her loom. The title is taken from a label on the glass negative itself.