University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Photographic prints, negatives, slides, correspondence, printed material, scrapbooks, and ephemera document the life and work of American photographer and fashion consultant Ferne Koch
Loyola University Chicago - Cudahy/Lewis Library
The Tobin Papers span one box, spanning the years 1998-2006. The materials relate to Tobins career as a photographer including her resume, articles, a photo print, and exhibit materials including cards and press releases
Massachusetts Historical Society
Photograph albums and loose photographs belonging to and taken by the Salem and Wenham, Mass. architect Philip Horton Smith and his family, ca. 1850-1989. Many of the photographs were taken by Philip Horton Smith's wife, Elinor Colby Mahoney Smith, as well as by their son, Philip Chadwick Foster Smith. The collection contains both black-and-white and color photographs and includes cabinet cards, cartes de visite, portrait photographs, film photonegatives, slides, postcards, and motion picture film reels
Massachusetts Historical Society
Photographs of the buildings and activities of Second Church (Boston, Mass.), a Congregational and later Unitarian church. Most of the photographs depict the Church's annual Christmas Pageants, 1921-1939. There are also a number of photographs of the Church's 7th location in Copley Square and its 8th location on Beacon Street, as well as various clergy and choir members, among other subjects. Many of the pageant photographs were taken by Mary Patten; most of the other photographers are unknown. Some of the photographs in this collection are duplicates. All of the photographs are black-and-white and paper-based. Includes engraving and photomechanical prints
Massachusetts Historical Society
Photographs collected by writer Hermann Jackson Warner. Most of the images are photographs taken and collected during his travels in Europe and Asia, among other places, with his wife, Mary Poyntell Stayley Warner, from 1869-1905. These photographs include formal and snapshot photographs of the Warners in Europe and Japan, as well as commercial views of various places that they visited and photos of European artwork. There are also a number of portrait photographs of various members of the Warner, Williams, and Staley family. Most of the photographs in this collection are identified and inscribed in the hand of Hermann Jackson Warner. Photographers include Warner family friend Harriet von Roth; Kimbei Kusakabe of Japan; and James Wallace Black and John Adams Whipple of Boston, Mass., among many other European and Asian photographers. Includes cartes de visite, cabinet cards, tintypes, and Kodak snapshots
Massachusetts Historical Society
Loose photographs removed from Lucy Lowell's travels diaries, spanning the years 1914-1927. Most of the photographs are snapshot photographs taken by Lucy Lowell and Mary Strong of landmarks and hotels Lucy visited during her travels in England in 1914 and 1927. There is also one postcard photograph of Lucy's sister Susan Cabot Lowell Aspinwall and her daughter, Lucy Aspinwall, taken during their visit to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco in 1915
Massachusetts Historical Society
Photographs collected and taken by Lieutenant-Colonel Ruby (Winslow) Linn, U.S. Army dietician. 15 volumes mostly contain photographs of Ruby's travels, ca. 1940-1976, around the world, as well as throughout the United States. Other volumes contain photographs depicting Ruby's childhood and family in Myricks, Mass.; her life and work as a dietician in various places and hospitals in the U.S.; her involvement with the Daughters of the American Revolution; and her husband LaVon Parker Linn's involvement with the National Sojourners. 4 boxes also contain loose photographs, mainly consisting of portraits of various Linn, Winslow, and Macomber family members, among many others. These portraits include many photographs of Ruby Winslow Linn, taken between ca. 1911-2000, as well as of her husband, LaVon Parker Linn. The loose photographs also contain views of various places, including the Winslow family home in Myricks, Mass.; photographs of Ruby's professional work as a dietician with the ... Read More
Massachusetts Historical Society
Album containing photographs taken by Mary Rudd Cochran, an Ohio librarian, off the coast of Massachusetts and Maine. Most of the photos were taken during a sailing trip along the coast ca. 1905. Subjects include views of the coastline at Minot, Cohasset, and Thatcher's Island, Mass., as well as Kittery, Christmas Cove, and Boothbay Harbor, Me., among other places. All of the photographs are black and white
Massachusetts Historical Society
Photographs of the related Ward, Perry, and Dexter families, taken ca. 1858-1955. The majority of the photographs are portraits of various family members and friends, most of which are unidentified and were taken ca. 1858-1882. Among those identified are Amanda Atherton Ward; Catherine Dexter Ward Perry and her husband William Cabot Gorham Perry; their daughter-in-law Elinor Woodbury Seymour Perry; and various other members of the related Atherton family, among others. There are also a number of portraits of Civil War soldiers, as well as graphics of Artemus Ward (1762-1847), Samuel Dexter (1726-1810), and Catherine Maria Dexter Ward. The collection also contains three views of the interior and exteriors of unidentified Massachusetts houses. There are many Massachusetts photographers represented in this collection, including James Wallace Black, Samuel Masury, Mrs. H.F. Stuart, John Adams Whipple, and Silsbee, Case, & Co., all of Boston, Mass. Includes carte de visite, cabinet cards, ... Read More
Massachusetts Historical Society
Photographs of various members of the Edward S. Tobey family, including Elisabeth Sprague Tobey, Hannah Brown Sprague Tobey, Edward Silas Tobey (1855-1902), and Alice Sophia Tobey Ware, among other relatives. There are also views of the John Alden House in Duxbury, Mass.; Pilgrim Hall in Plymouth, Mass.; and of Chester A. Arthur and others in attendance at the Daniel Webster Centennial Celebration in Marshfield, Mass. in 1882. Photographers include James Wallace Black and John Adams Whipple of Boston, Mass, as well as Anna F. Towne and Alma F. Whitney of Gardner, Mass., among others. Includes cartes de visite and cabinet cards

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