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Massachusetts Historical Society
A collection of 19 tintypes of members of the Bernier family, a French-Canadian family of Roxton Pond, Quebec. Includes individual and group portraits of members of the Bernier and related Hardy and Pratt families of Nova Scotia and Massachusetts, including children. Individuals represented in the portraits include Misael and Agnes Euphemia (Hardy) Bernier, their children, Alfred Bernier, Annie Louise Bernier, Alice Vitaline (Bernier) Pratt (and her husband Lester M. Pratt), Rose (Bernier) Carven, and Emma (Bernier) Cronin; and Agnes Hardy's father Thomas and sister Alice. Most of the photographs are identified
University of Southern Mississippi - Cook Library
Research notes and photographs which Hoffman used for the book, Dummy lines through the longleaf, a history of sawmill operations and logging railroads in southwest Mississippi. Hundreds of other photographs of other railroads and logging operations principally in Mississippi, but many from railroads throughout the United States
Massachusetts Historical Society
A collection of 13 portraits and informal photographs of members of the Beal, Guild, and Stevens families of Massachusetts. Individuals represented in the portraits include Abram Beal and his son Henry W. Beal, Fannie and John Guild of Stoughton, Mass., and Augustus Stevens, among others. Most of the images are cabinet card photographs, and all are identified
Massachusetts Historical Society
Two photographs and one postcard belonging to Edgar Dwight Shaw, journalist and member of the Hearst Publications managerial staff. The postcard depicts Borinquen Park in Borinquen, Puerto Rico, and the two snapshots are of unidentified people, possibly friends or family of Dwight. The photographers are unknown
Massachusetts Historical Society
This collection contains 419 loose photographs and 1 negative in 2 boxes. All of the photographs were taken in Cuba. Many of the photos are undated. Subjects include views of Cuban cities and towns such as Havana, Cienfuegos, Caracas, Pasa Caballo, and Trinidad; views of the grounds, gardens, railroad, school, and sugar mill at Soledad, the estate where E. Atkins & Co. was located; and images of laborers, staff, and Atkins family members working at the sugar plantation at Soledad. Additionally, there are many photographs of the Harvard Botanical Garden and the Harvard Botanical Laboratory, both of which were operated and located on the grounds of Soledad. There also are a number of images of ships at sail around various places in Cuba. Atkins family members represented in the photographs include Edwin F. Atkins, Katharine W. Atkins, Helen Atkins Claflin, and various members of the Weeks family (the family of Helen Atkins Claflin's daughter Katharine Wrisley Atkins Weeks). There also ... Read More
Massachusetts Historical Society
206 photographs and 2 film photonegatives, mostly pertaining to the children of Charles Francis Adams (1835-1915) and Mary Ogden Adams (1843-1935). One box contains a disbound album of photographs taken by Henry Adams (1875-1951) that dates from 1919-1921. The photos in this album depict his service with the American Red Cross at Verdun, France after the armistice of World War II, as well as his Red Cross relief work with refugees in the Kuban River Valley in Russia and in Theodosia and Crimea in the Ukraine. The album also includes photos of Adams' travels in Bombay, Brussels, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Samoa, and Singapore, among other places, on his return trip to Boston. The remainder of the photographs in this collection include loose portraits of various members of the Adams family, taken by various photographers. Subjects include Charles Francis Adams (1807-1886), Elizabeth Ogden Adams, John Adams (1875-1964), John Quincy Adams (b. 1907), Marian Morse Adams, Thomas Boylston Adams, and ... Read More
Massachusetts Historical Society
Family histories compiled by members of the Woodward family of Worcester, Mass. Includes a volume entitled, College Days at the Massachusetts Agricultural College of Walter Francis Woodward, written and compiled by his father, William Woodward, 1906-07, which includes typed transcripts of letters sent by Walter to his parents describing school life; photographs pasted into the volume of Walter, school friends and the college campus (now University of Massachusetts at Amherst); a report card; and editions of the College Signal, 1906-07
Getty Research Institute
This assembled collection of photographs covers artists through the 19th century, representing the work of 14 artists. Photographs were acquired from a number of sources, including commercial vendors (for example, drawings from Gernsheim's Corpus photographicum of drawings) and dealers' archives such as those from Douwes Fine Arts Gallery and Duits, Ltd
Getty Research Institute
An art historian's photo archive assembled between 1925-1980 with an emphasis on Renaissance sculpture, including bronzes. Italian works dominate the collection, but French and German are also included. These are the working files of a scholar and lend insight into how his work was conceived and organized. His principal publications concerned Tuscan sculptors of the quattrocento as well as bronzes, medals, and plaquettes

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