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Much of it was displayed in the window of "Hepzibah's Shop" in the House of the Seven Gables.
 
Much of it was displayed in the window of "Hepzibah's Shop" in the House of the Seven Gables.
  
Ida Paine Upton was one of the prominent artists. Originally, the souvenir was painted in oil colors
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[[Paine, Ida Upton|Ida Upton Paine]] was one of the prominent artists. Originally, the souvenir was painted in oil colors
  
 
on pebbles, and the witch figure was selected as typical of Salem. Later, they switched to painting
 
on pebbles, and the witch figure was selected as typical of Salem. Later, they switched to painting
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on china.
 
on china.
  
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==See Also==
 
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[http://salem.noblenet.org/eg/opac/record/1696468?locg=63 llustrated history of Salem and environs : issued as the souvenir edition of the Salem Evening News and describing and illustrating Salem, Massachusetts and immediate vicinity from first settlement to present day] compiled by C. B. Gillespie. p.96

Revision as of 12:23, 14 September 2018

Located at 252 Essex Street, this studio specialized in creating quaint souvenir painted china.

Much of it was displayed in the window of "Hepzibah's Shop" in the House of the Seven Gables.

Ida Upton Paine was one of the prominent artists. Originally, the souvenir was painted in oil colors

on pebbles, and the witch figure was selected as typical of Salem. Later, they switched to painting

on china.

See Also

llustrated history of Salem and environs : issued as the souvenir edition of the Salem Evening News and describing and illustrating Salem, Massachusetts and immediate vicinity from first settlement to present day compiled by C. B. Gillespie. p.96