Museum of the Great Plains
Postcard collection of 46 images, chiefly relating to Lawton, Medicine Park, Fort Sill, and Oklahoma City, Okla., with one accordian set (#27) containing 20 images -- Subjects include street scenes, civic buildings, and train station in Lawton; lake and resort views at Medicine Park; airplanes, army hospital, soldiers, and officer's quarters at Fort Sill; state capital and civic buildings in Oklahoma City, as well as oil fields and wells; Pioneer Woman Statue in Ponca City, Okla; Grand Lake in Colorado; and baling cotton. Photographers include William P. Sanborn
Museum of the Great Plains
Three hundred fifty-two images collected from various families of Kiowa County, Okla., including scenes of Hobart, Okla
San Diego Air and Space Museum, Library and Archives
238 photographs in 3 envelopes
Museum of the Great Plains
Four images of railroad building in Indian Territory and Oklahoma by the Frisco Railroad -- Includes photograph of steam shovel operator, William Stiengrant
Lawrence Public Library
Twenty photographs (black and white portraits) of graduates of the Class of 1921, Lawrence High School, taken by several local studios
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Images depicting scenes from Baltimore and the surrounding region. Taken as part of the company's daily operations, these photos capture many lost scenes of Baltimore life, including the city's architecture, citizens, and businesses. Because the BG&E photographers captured pictures of life in Baltimore across the span of the 20th century, the BG&E Collection shows the changing commercial, cultural, and physical landscapes of Baltimore
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K . Ross Toole Archives
The forty-nine photographic negatives which make up this collection are of downtown Missoula, Mont., flooding at the Buckhouse Bridge, the Ninemile House, Bannack Ghost Town, and the Paxson Murals in the Missoula County Courthouse. The dates range from 1908 to the mid 1970s, with the bulk of the images from the late 1920s
Oak Lawn Public Library
Photographs taken by Don Weinzierl -- Two slightly different shots were taken
Maine Historical Society
Contains thirteen portrait photographs of actors and actresses associated with the B.F. Keith Stock Company in Portland. Persons represented include Adra Ainslee, Louis Albion, Belle D'Arcy, Lola Downin, Blanche Friderici, Robert Hyman, Frances McHenry, Richard Milloy, and Sidney Toler. Many of the photographs were taken by Fenley Photo in Portland, Me. Opened in 1908, Keith's Theatre could seat 1,600, and presented vaudeville, stage shows, and occassional movies before switching over to movies entirely by the 1920s. The theater was later known as the Civic Theatre. It was was demolished in the 1960s for a parking lot