Kemp's Store
A tintype of Kemp's drug store near the main intersection between what is now 4011 and 4019 Main Street, taken in the 1870s. Joseph B. Seth is standing by what appears to be a delivery wagon. A tintype is an early form of photograph where the image is taken directly on a thin metal sheet. Since there is no intervening negative, the image appears reversed. In this scan the tintype image has itself been reversed so it will appear normal. It is a half plate tintype measuring 4 1/8 x 5 3/8.