The Henry Ford - Benson Ford Research Center
The Main Street District records subgroup is comprised of available documents pertaining to structures in the Main Street district of Greenfield Village. Types of documents include histories, clippings, affidavits, correspondence, and inventories. In some cases extensive interpretive guides used to help presenters offer visitors a robust background on the structure are included. The Greenfield Village records collection is organized alphabetically by building name. The records are updated as new information becomes available through research and records of new building additions as well as reinstallations are sought
State Library of Victoria
Looking up from path towards brick building in primitive Colonial Georgian design, showing doric portico with entablature and pediment viewed from side, picket fence in foreground -- Front of building showing portico -- View of portico and parapet
State Library of Victoria
Weatherboard building with corrugated iron roof, porch, behind picket fence, Court House sign on wall facing street
State Library of Western Australia
State Library of Western Australia
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Minutes of the building committees for construction of the county insane asylum (1900-1902), and the addition to the county court house (1906)
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Photograph album of photographs from Tucson between 1896 and 1904 as well as trips away from Arizona. There are images of Congress Street School and a class group, the old City Hall, the first public library, the 1898 County Courthouse, the Wedge at Congress Street in 1902, University of Arizona buildings, the Fish home at 141 North Main, adobe buildings at Pearl Street and Pennington. There is an image of Edward Nye Fish in his night clothes and the family's outside beds. Other photographs show San Xavier Mission interiors and exteriors, 1899, Tohono O'odham women at their well, San Agustin Mission ruins and the fields at the foot of Sentinel Peak, trips to Sabino Canyon and Picacho Peak, and a tent camp at the base of the Catalinas. People include the Fish family, Kitt family, Estberg family, Graves family, White family, and Hilda Jacobs Drake, Jo Stuart Bayless, Jessie Tullar, Otis Hale, Mary Osborn Hoxie, and the Edmiston family
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Primarily photographs of buildings and photographs of architectural renderings of buildings in southern Arizona designed by Roy and Lew Place. There is a small amount of certificates, newspaper clippings, and articles about the architects and their work. Most of the images are of Tucson buildings and are primarily front views but a very few include floor plans such as the Westerner Hotel and the Pima County Courthouse; one set of images of Augustus Brichta Elementary School includes interiors and school children. There are a few images of the George Westinghouse home in Tanque Verde but the rest are commercial or government buildings; schools, churches, businesses, hospitals, and utility companies. There are construction photographs of McKale Stadium as well as an album of snapshots of the Veteran's Hospital (box 3)
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Photograph albums with images of family, mining activities in Mexico, one image of a customs inspection at the U.S.-Mexico border, and Tombstone homes, church, street scene, courthouse, and a mule team. There are photographs of Arthur and Bill Richards as small boys. The Tombstone photographs date from 1890 to 1896 and the others fall before and after. There are photographs of South Dakota mining operations and one street scene taken in Rapid City, South Dakota
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Summary: There are several pictures of different mines throughout Southern Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. Specifically, mines in Douglas, Clifton, and Bisbee, all in Arizona, and Cananea in Mexico. There are photos of the actual mines themselves, including views of the mines at ground level, and several pictures of the machines that extract the mineral from the mines. There are pictures of the construction of concentrators and smelters, machine shops, shafts, and more. There are a few pictures of the towns and of the railroad cars that transported the minerals. The Ft. Huachuca photographs are of the camp and its soldiers. There are some pictures of the housing buildings, military encampments and landscape of the grounds. There are a few of tent rows being set up near the Apache Flats. The rest are candid photographs depicting soldiers' lives