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Name Sipperly, John Adelbert
Other Names Sipperly, Adelbert John
Date Born 1858
Birthplace Clifton Park, New York
Father Sipperly, William H.
Mother Sipperly, Mary Jane Ostrum
Spouse Sipperly, Harriet E. Wattles
Places of Residence Hoosick Falls, New York
Bridgeport City, Connecticut, 1900
Notes Studio at 40 Classic Street, Hoosik Falls, New York Married in Bennington, March 4, 1884

Associated Records

Image of Photograph, Cabinet

Photograph, Cabinet -

Albumen print on cabinet card of the centennial arch in Putnam Square, 1891, affixed to cardboard support with studio name and address. Marked on bottom and stamped on back John A. Sipperly of 40 Classic Street, Hoosick Falls, New York, copyrighted 1891. Costumed children pose on the arch and the words "The Best Legacy of Vermont's First Century, Her Sons and Her Daughters."

Image of Carte-de-visite

Carte-de-visite -

Carte-de-visite of Thomas Salmon Moses at the age of 15. Future husband of Grandma (Anna Mary Robertson) Moses. Shows him from head to chest. Dressed in shirt, tie, jacket and vest. Short hair, unsmiling. Back has name of studio and engraving of a cupid leaning on a camera. "Thomas S. Moses age 15 year" and "earl your Grandpa" are written on the back in pencil in Grandma Moses' handwriting.

Image of Tintype

Tintype -

Tintype of older woman standing by a sofa. Handwritten in pencil on back, "Aunt Ruth in Colonial Costume" (presumably Ruth Taft, sister of Bernice Taft Moore). She is wearing a dark dress with white trim and bustle. Cheeks are tinted pink. Tintype is in folder with cardboard frame with red outlines. On the front flap is an adverisement for the photographer, W. H. Sipperly and Son.

Image of Photograph, Cabinet

Photograph, Cabinet -

J.A. Sipperly cabinet card with photograph of Loring Bingham, age 11, and Ella, age 4, in 1886. Ella married J. Douglas Abercrombie Sr. of Greenfield, MA. Both are wearing military style uniforms. Loring is holding a gun, Ella has a sword.

Image of Photograph, Cabinet

Photograph, Cabinet -

Portrait of an unidentified woman, with high piled curly hair, a chubby round face, looking to the left, with a brooch at the neck of her dress. Photograph is a cabinet card that has been trimmed. Marked on back Sipperly, Hoosick Falls, New York.

Image of Photograph, Cabinet

Photograph, Cabinet -

Cabinet card with photograph of arch erected in Bennington at the time of the dedication of the Bennington Battle Monument and the centennial of Vermont's admission to the union. Photographer's studio information printed at base. Sipperly, Hoosick Falls, New York.

Image of Photograph, Cabinet

Photograph, Cabinet -

Albumen print on cabinet card of the centennial arch in Putnam Square, 1891, affixed to cardboard support with studio name and address. Marked on bottom and stamped on back John A. Sipperly of 40 Classic Street, Hoosick Falls, New York. Costumed figures pose on the arch and the words "The Best Legacy of Vermont's First Century, Her Sons and Her Daughters."