Berea College - Special Collections and Archives
This collection contains the work of photographer Robert Connor, housed in two boxes of slides and one box of black and white matted prints. General subject matter of the images include Berea, Ky, Berea College, Appalachia, coal mining, nature and landscapes
University of Wisconsin, Stout
Description: This is an artificial collection consisting of photographs taken by or pertaining to individual schools, departments, and units on campus
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Writer, photographer, artist
Newberry Library
Photographic and photostatic prints of Pullman Company and Pullman family properties, 1881-1972. Also photographic negatives of the Calumet Shops -- Prints include images of the Pullman Building, the Pullman Car Works, the town of Pullman, and George M. Pullman's ranch house in Central City, Colorado
Newberry Library
Photographs of interiors and exteriors of Pullman cars, including images of cars involved in accidents, heavyweight and lightweight steel cars, troop cars, trucks, wood cars, and miscellaneous types of cars and car equipment, some showing the Pullman Car Works in the background -- Wood and steel car accident photos, 1905-1934, show mainly exterior views, but also some interior shots of damage to cars. Photographs of heavyweights, lightweights, wood cars, and troop cars, usually including both interior and exterior images, were most frequently taken to document completed orders. Troop cars include hospital cars outfitted during World War I and hospital cars, troop cars, and troop sleepers manufactured during World War II. Among the lightweight photos are views of the new Slumbercoach, 1957, and of Budd cars ordered by Pullman, and among the wood cars are images of Pullman cars displayed at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition and the 1904 St. Louis Exposition, and various private ... Read More
Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
Collection of 47, 000 color and black and white photographs of work of art, assembled by the staff of the Museum of Modern Art in New York from the museum's establishment until 1990. Items may include full views, details, installations, etc. The photographs are housed in files organized alphabetically by 5,706 artist names and subject headings, which are listed in an accompanying guide. The 96 linear feet of material is currently stored in 86 boxes on 2M at the Frick Art Reference Library
Newberry Library
Mounted albumen prints and stereographs of western Indians and scenes, ca. 1865-1881, taken mainly by Alexander Gardner, William H. Jackson, and William S. Soule. Also three large prints of Mexican War military scenes (Vera Cruz, Monterey, Calif., and Corpus Christi, Tex.). -- Gardner images include 90 large mounted prints, "Scenes in the Indian Country," and 98 stereographs, mainly documenting Fort Laramie Indian Peace Commission meetings with the Arapaho, Sioux, Cheyenne, and Crow tribes. Included are Indian camp scenes and portraits, and views of the fort, its surroundings, and the negotiations. There are also several Kansas scenes taken by Gardner in 1867. There are 27 Wyoming images, "Picturesque Views of Rocky Mountain Scenery," taken by Jackson in 1870 when he accompanied Hayden's Geological Survey of the Territories. The 22 Soule photoprints are mainly portraits of Arapaho, Comanche, and Kiowa chiefs, probably taken at Fort Sill, Okla., 1869-1874. There are also stereographs ... Read More
University of Manitoba - Elizabeth Dafoe Library
Staff, students, buildings, activities. For related papers see Ua 28
University of Manitoba - Elizabeth Dafoe Library
Group photographs of medical students and faculty, Manitoba Medical College. See also Mss Sc 57
University of Manitoba - Elizabeth Dafoe Library


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