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TitleTwo men standing in the opening of Cleveland's Cabinet in Cleveland Avenue in Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, 1892
CollectionsGlass Plate Negatives
Descriptive InformationPhotograph -Cleveland's Cabinet by Ben Hains (glass negative) glass negative: lower passage opening into cleveland's cabinet: by Ben Hains; photographed in 1892; printed in New Albany, Indiana. The glass negative depicts two men standing in the opening that is called cleveland's cabinet which is in cleveland avenue in Mammoth Cave. Original negative. marked on the bottom of the photograph; "044 lower passage leading into Cleveland's Cabinet" and "copyrighted 1892 by H. C. Ganter.. Ben Hains, cave photographer, New Albany, Ind, U.S.A.". glass negative for an black and white photograph.measurements: height 202 mm, width: 252 mm. Thickness: 2 mm. condition: good. Two contact prints housed gsu c, sh 5the original blue 10-254 lists this as a gift from Ellis Jones on 14 Dec, 1981. Originally housed gsu c, sh 4 with maca 3608-3645, 3724-3743, 3746-3749, 3872-3888, 3903. Caves, geology, clothing and dress, trails.
LocationsMammoth Cave National Park, Edmonson County, Kentucky(37.19758,-86.13089)
Mediumglass plate negatives
Held By Mammoth Cave National Park
Box MACA-88 Glass Plate Negatives Box 2 MACA 3744-MACA 3746 MACA 3748-MACA 3750 MACA59322-59324 Rehoused June 10,1999