Two stereographs in "The War for the Union" series by E. and H.T. Anthony & Co., N.Y., depict the "Arsenal Grounds" near the Petersburg Rail Road Bridge, and the "Lynchburgh Canal and the ruins of the Danville Railroad Depot.".
A collection of roughly 6,500 blueprints, architectural drawings, sketches, and photographic documentation of the construction site of the Union Station in downtown Los Angeles made between 1932 and 1939. Includes: conceptual drawings; landscape drawings; sketches of exterior and interior views; detail drawings of architectural elements, materials and furniture; plumbing and electrical working drawings; landscape drawings; and photographic documentation of the construction site (mostly negatives and some small black-and-white prints). The principle architects for the project were John (1861-1935) and Donald Parkinson (1895-1945), a father and son team who also designed the Los Angeles City Hall. There is also a logbook containing an indexed record of the drawings by section (not all drawings are listed in this ledger), and original plans accompanying the contract dated April 23, 1937 covering Main Station Building for Los Angeles Union Station Passenger Terminal with Robert E. McKee, ... Read More
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne, and Chicago Railway Company
Senator John Heinz History Center
Contains photographs of the construction of the bridge over Lacock Street in Allegheny City, photographs of the construction of the Federal Street Station, and photographs of subsequent renovations to the Federal Street Station
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Group and individual portraits; photos of students and student activities at the University of Michigan (1890s); World War I activities; travels to Panama, Europe, and the West Indies, including photos of the construction of the Panama Canal; photograph of family camping trip in Caseville, Michigan (ca. 1888); and photos of dwellings and other buildings in Stanton, Michigan (1890s)