Scanned negative (2-7/8"x 4-7/8"), 1200 DPI, online JPG saved at 72 DPI 1000 pixels on long edge with a MicroTek ScanMaker 9800XL. Scan is full frame of negative. No correction of film errors. Slight sharpness and contrast adjustments.
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Two other negatives available; Eastman-Kodak Brownie Camera No. 2C model A, with No. 130 film. Additional information: Many breweries used drays to transport heavy barrels of beer from one place to another. Lumber, furniture and other commercial goods were transported in this fashion. In the early city directories many residents listed their employment as "draymen". Drays became obsolete with the invention of the motorized truck. By the late 1930's, drays became an oddity on the streets. Sources: Harry Lemen and Library Files