1918 Gilbert Denny & George Sanly RPPC Photo, Blacksmith, Franklin NY
On reverse: "GJ Sanly in shop about 1918, died Oct. 22 1922" is handwritten in old black ballpoint pen. Photo type: Real Photo Postcard RPPC Photograph, CYKO stampbox. It was found in Kingston, Ulster County, New York. There is some other handwriting in blue ballpoint pen which reads: "Sheperd-Mrs. Ellman (appears as this, it is illegible) and possibly the words "Friends of G. John Sanly."
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Gilbert R. Denny was a wagon maker. His wife's name was Anna Denny.
George J. Sanly, believed to be George John Sanly, lived in Franklin NY, Delaware County NY with his wife Mary Denny, and his children: Dwight C. Denny, Fred Denny, George L. Denny and Grace Denny.
This is a beautiful old RPPC scene of a blacksmith or farrier shop in Franklin. Antique wooden advertising sign on barn top reads "G.R. Denny, Wagon Shop", and other advertising signage reads "G.J. Sanly, Horse Shoeing." The tone is great, as well as the overall Americana look. A beautiful and historical rare piece for the area.
Size: 3.5 by 5.5 inches
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