New England fall foliage photography of the historic red Richmond Tramp House in Richmond, New Hampshire.
A tramp house used to be a common sight in small towns of New Hampshire following the Civil War until the 1930s. Industrialization and economic depression sparked a growing migration of single and unemployed men who left the cities where jobs were hard to find or non-existing. They roamed the rural areas in hopes for work on farms and find a meal. Partly to keep an eye on these vagabonds and partly from a sense of caring for those in need and without homes or means, towns built simple one-room shelters or hostels where people could spend a night with a simple meal. At one time, there were about 40 tramp houses across New Hampshire, of which only four still exist. The Richmond Tramp House is one of only two that have been restored and now serves as a treasured mini-museum.
New England fall foliage framing the Richmond Tramp House photography images are available as museum quality photography prints, canvas prints, acrylic prints or metal prints. Prints may be framed and matted to the individual liking and decorating needs:
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- Juergen Roth
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