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Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
February
Year
1885
Copyright
Public Domain
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Souie rnonths ao a party of (irl-utista found picturesque sketching-giound amonp the grauite quarries of Cape Anii, Massachusetts, and they made a number of drawings wbich will appear in the tortlicoming March Harper's. Mis9 Ellen Day Hale, the daughter of Edward Kvereft Hale, herself well known as a rising artist, was one of the nuinber, but matead of contributing sketclies she lias written the paper on the granlte industry whlch the pictures IlĂșstrate, giving in a cliatty way an interesting account of stone-cutting in general and these quarrits in particular One of tbe most curious facts &be brlngs out is the idio-syncrusy of varioug cities in the matter of pavementa, Pblladelphia in particular "insistinĂ­ uion hoving especially long and tair stones.'' The article and its pictures form an intpresting example of feuiinine co-operation.

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Ann Arbor Courier
Old News