Mr. Abbott and Dana O'Neill editing images for Looking Back
Northlight Digital November 13, 2009
The Looking Back Book can be purchased at the Blurb.com website at the following link: https://www.blurb.com/b/966152-looking-back
Collamer Abbott was born in 1919 in Wilder, Vermont, where his mother was a school teacher and his father a storekeeper.
He graduated from the University of Vermont in 1941 and received a MA in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin, Madison under the GI Bill.
He worked on several New England newspapers as a reporter, editor and photographer in the 1950's and 1960's.
In 1967 Collamer left the news field to teach English at Castleton State College in Vermont.
Today he lives in White River Junction and reads the New York Times, especially the Art reviews on Fridays.
Mr. Abbott passed away on Easter Sunday 2012, at the age of 93, in White River Junction, VT.
Collamer M. Abbott Collection Photographic Prints: *
High resolution archival pigment prints made from the original B/W medium and large format Historic Negatives on Premium Archival Matte Paper, unframed. Sizes quoted are for the paper size printed with borders. That is, the image will be placed inside the paper size.
All prints are made to order and are paid in advance, including shipping and handling charges, if needed.
Custom sizes available - please inquire.
13" x 19" $93.60
17" x 22" $129.60
20" x 30" $259.20
30" x 40" $345.60
40" x 40" $475.20
40" x 50" $518.40
* Note, The Looking Back Book can be purchased at the Blurb.com website at the following link: https://www.blurb.com/b/966152-looking-back.
Inquiries about the Abbott prints can be made by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 802-280-1888.
Please include image title or page number from the Gallery, either VT/NH Gallery or the France Gallery, and size of print desired and if shipping is needed. We will then quote you a price. Also note that the print sizes quoted above is the paper size. The image will fall inside this size for printing. Thank you for your support of the Collamer M. Abbott Print Collection.