Photographs of the 1998 Conway Festival of the Hills

Title

Photographs of the 1998 Conway Festival of the Hills

Subject

Festivals--Mass.--Conway

Description

A collection of photographs taken by George Bluh at the 1998 Conway Festival of the Hills:

7" x 10" B/W glossy:
a) Children modeling with clay at a table.
b) Young boy sitting in a dunking cage.
c) Man driving an Orchard Equipment truck, with a young girl, possibly his daughter in the passenger seat and a small dog on his lap.
d) Conway Snowmobile Club trailer with two snowmobiles being pulled by an ATV. Men with children sitting in the seats.
e) Conway Fie Department in the parade, pulling an antique firefighting handcart. Bob Baker leading.
f) An unidentified antique car, 1947 model from the visible license plate, and a man, presumably the owner, standing beside it.

5" x 7" B/W glossy:
a) A man with an owl perched on his arm.
b) Conway Fire Department dunking booth with a man in the cage. A child reaches for a ball while a volunteer firefighter looks on.
c) Three young boys standing in front of the Civil War veteran's monument in the front of the Field Library.

4" x 6" color glossy:
a) Joe Bianchi and Jeff McFarland are putting up a sign on Main Street.
b) Phyllis Jeswald is arranging a basket display with gourds.
c) Betsy Bianchi is working on a shelf display in the Town Hall.
d) Bryna Diamond and Ruth Van Erp standing outside a baked goods tent.

8 1/2" x 11" B/W paper image of the Conway Fire Department pulling an antique firefighting handcart with Bob Baker leading.

Two B/W copies of a Conway Historical Society raffle ticket for a painting by Stephen Maniatty.

Creator

George Bluh (1932-2014)

Date

1998-10

Contributor

Gift of George Bluh (1932-2014).

Source

CHS.

Rights

Cynthia Bluh, Conway, Mass.

Format

None

Type

Image

Identifier

CHS-2010-002

Coverage

Conway, Mass.

Identifier

016

Citation

George Bluh (1932-2014), “Photographs of the 1998 Conway Festival of the Hills ,” Conway Historical Society, accessed May 24, 2018, http://conwaymasshistory.org/items/show/820.