Unique find in Kingston warehouse
KINGSTON – About a year and a half ago, Ken Foss and some business associates began tearing into old, wooden crates left behind long ago by former tenants at their warehouse in Kingston.
Foss, of Byron, and his associates were driven by curiosity. The men only knew that the crates held fragile printing materials. Once the crates were opened, they found metal press plates, giant lithographic prints and glass photo negatives and positives of the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
Foss contacted a forensic authenticator only to be turned away because the proof – the prints and the plates that made them as well as stacks of Czech-born lithographer Theodore Ohman’s other work – was evident in piles all around him.
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