|Title||Wing residence in the snow.|
|Description||Wing residence in the snow. Warren Street. Mounted black and white photograph. This was the Wing property of Abraham Wing, but this home is the home of Wm. McDonald and eventually it became the property for the Glens Falls Home for aged women.|
|Collection||General Photograph Collection|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
|Place||Warren Co./Glens Falls|
This photograph was part of a private archival collection collected by Alexander Miller, Superintendent of the Glens Falls Schools.
The Abraham Wing Farm was located at this site. Later the house, 82 (106) Warren Street, was bought and remodeled by the William McDonald in 1826. After William McDonald's death, his son Walter, a lime manufacturer, lived in the house until 1883. Then Mrs. Mary Conkling and husband G. bought the house and lived there until Mrs. Conkling donated the house to the Glens Falls Home in 1899. The house was demolished in 1903. Walter is listed as living at 82 Warren Street in 1874. George. Conkling is listed as living at 106 Warren Street in 1888.
|Print size||6.25"x 8"|