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
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Views include: portraits of Samuel McWilliams; workers walking to base camp; overviews of base camp and tents; unidentified irrigation construction projects; Bucyrus steam shovel; workers with large pipe for irrigation project; Wallace Evans standing next to cement pipe; installation of pressure pipe at Exeter Creek near Malta, Montana; construction of pump plant (sign on building reads USRS [United States Reclamation Service] 1921); Theodore Roosevelt Dam on Salt River, Arizona; Wind River Canyon, Wyoming; unidentified scenery, rock formations, and building; and "Greetings from Malta, Montana" postcard with views of U.S.R.S. office, Great Northern Hotel, First State Bank, First National Bank, Munson Hospital, houses, Catholic Church and Main Street
Anchorage Museum - Atwood Resource Center
The collection consists of a photo album containing 308 black & white photographs. Only a few photos have captions printed on them. Five photos had been separated from the album and have messages penciled or inked on the reverse, signed by "̋A.A.D."̋ Some of the mounted photos have loose corners and messages partially visible on the reverse, apparently sent by "̋A.A.D."̋ while he worked on the railroad in 1909-10. There is little order to the mounting of photos in the album and there are some images of nonAlaskan subjects, such as scenes identified as being in Wallace, Idaho, and a few non₋Alaskan railroad images. Highlights of the collection include Natives -- Ahtna or Eyak? -- wearing beadwork and regalia, railroad construction activities such as grading roadbeds, steam shovels operating, snow removal, and bridge and trestle construction, as well as images of railroad rolling stock and the paddlewheel steamboat Nizina. No people are identified
New York Public Library
Views of the Lower Hudson Valley including Duchess, Orange, Putnam and Rockland counties, Bellvale, Catskill, Clarkstown, Cornwall, Cold Spring, Fishkill-on-Hudson, Fulton, Garrison, Goshen, Highland Falls, Hilburne, Matteawan, Middletown, Nyack, Pleasant Valley, Red Hook, Salisbury-on-the-Hudson, Southfield, Tuby Hook, Unionville, Walden, Warwick, Greenwood Lake, and views of the river including the entrance to the Highlands and various mountains along the river; views of homes including Idlewild, home of Nathaniel Parker Willis, and Woodenethe, home of H.W. Sargeant, a view of the river from "Peabody House," farms, groups, bridges, churches, hotels, mills, a foundry and wheelworks, quarry, waterfalls, rock formations, cemeteries, a parade, a steam shovel, cityscapes, a lawn tennis game, a ship in drydock with town beyond, and portions of the Hudson River Railroad. Also includes a view of ice in the Delaware River at Port Jervis, Orange County
National Library of Australia
Anchorage Museum - Atwood Resource Center
The collection consists of 81 glass lantern slides and a notebook containing lecture script, photo prints, 55 postcards, and ephemera. Although most of the lantern slides appear to be originals taken by Forrest, some as well as most of the accompanying prints have commercial origins and were probably purchased during the trip. The accompanying notebook contains pasted-in items including a typed lecture script, "Alaska: The Enchanted Land - 1909" keyed to the slides, prints of some of the images, illustrations cut from books or magazines, fifty-five commercial postcards, sermon notes, and railway/steamship tickets
New York Public Library
Views of the Lower Hudson Valley including Duchess, Orange, Putnam and Rockland counties, Bellvale, Catskill, Clarkstown, Cornwall, Cold Spring, Fishkill-on-Hudson, Fulton, Garrison, Goshen, Highland Falls, Hilburne, Matteawan, Middletown, Nyack, Pleasant Valley, Red Hook, Salisbury-on-the-Hudson, Southfield, Tuby Hook, Unionville, Walden, Warwick, Greenwood Lake, and views of the river including the entrance to the Highlands and various mountains along the river; views of homes including Idlewild, home of Nathaniel Parker Willis, and Woodenethe, home of H.W. Sargeant, a view of the river from "Peabody House," farms, groups, bridges, churches, hotels, mills, a foundry and wheelworks, quarry, waterfalls, rock formations, cemeteries, a memorial floral arrangement in the form of a clock with "The Hour Has Come" also in flowers, a parade, a steam shovel, cityscapes, a lawn tennis game, a ship in drydock with town beyond, and portions of the Hudson River Railroad. Also includes a view of ... Read More
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Corrected typescripts (one with note by book's illustrator Clement Hurd), galley proofs, proof dummies
Central Michigan University - Clarke Historical Library
1 folder of 3x4 inch glass-plate negatives (9) of unidentified people, derricks and related buildings and railroad tracks, steam-powered shovel, people and houses, and people by a horse drawn wagon and a railroad crossing warning sign. The location is unknown, but may be Shepherd, Mich. The date is unknown, but is probably the early 20th century

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