Stanstead Abbots



Stanstead AbbotsImage is of a street in a town The road runs from the extreme left                        foreground to the middle of the image dividing the picture in half                        diagonally On the left side of the road are six buildings they all have                        similar facades of light walls and narrow shingled roofs Several thick tall                        bushes grow in front of the four furthest buildings The fourth building in                        the row has a sign hanging outside reading Red Lion Hotel In front of the                        buildings on the left side of the street there is a figure on a wagon To the                        right of these buildings and further down the road is a similar looking                        building This building has a clock on its fa├žade it also has a belfry A                        figure sits on the fence to the right of the structure Many tall trees grow                        behind each of the buildings In the right middle ground a portion of a bay                        window can be seen In the bottom right hand corner is a framed box that has                        the words Stanstead Abbots in cursive The artists initials E H N are right                        underneath The image is vertically displayed



MLA citation: New, E. H. "Stanstead Abbots." The Yellow Book 9 (April 1896): 27. The Yellow Nineties Online. Ed. Dennis Denisoff and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra. Ryerson University, 2013. Web. [Date of access]. http://1890s.ca/HTML.aspx?s=YBV9_new_stanstead.html