University of Virginia
Chapter I of The World War in Ten Chapters published by Primus Lantern Slides
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
Baltimore Museum of Art - Archives and Manuscripts Collections
University of California, Berkeley
Views picture various scenes from Japan: workers in rice fields, ladies in kimonos, a statue of Buddha, a temple, street scenes, street vendors (coal, wood, etc.), an American flag in a parade, street cleaning, fishermen, theater (and audience), boats, and a few rural scenes
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,-- National Museum of Health and Medicine,-- Otis Historical Archives
Lantern slides labeled neurology, edocrine, and heart
Yale University
Lantern slide photographs of sites in California created and distributed chiefly by photographers in San Francisco, California, circa 1890-1915
Norwich University - Kreitzberg Library
The collection consists of 3 boxes of lantern slides documenting buildings, athletics, and events at Norwich University from approximately 1897 to the late 1930s. Subjects include classroom and laboratory activities as well as horsemanship and military training. A more complete list of all photographs subjects may be found in the content listing. The creator (or creators) of these lantern slides are unknown and many of the photographs included are undated. However, a number of images included also appeared in special pictorial "Story of Norwich" issues of Norwich University's alumni newspaper, the "Norwich University Record" in the 1930s. A small number (14 slides) of lantern slides found with this collection included unidentified images of landscapes not associated with Norwich University and were not retained
Buffalo History Museum
A collection of 88 black and white lantern slides primarily featuring American Indians in Western New York -- Includes slides of the Seneca-Salamanca Community: the people, churches and buildings, and land of the area. Also includes slides of the Buffalo-area American-Indian Community and a sculpture of Deh-ge-wa-nus (i.e. Mary Jemison), in addition to images of non-Indian men and women, including several group portraits of African Americans. Few slides have identification labels and no dates or photographers are listed, but it is likely that the photos were taken in the late nineteenth century. Some plates are shattered and a few are broken with parts of the photos missing. For the most part the slides have black frames around the images, with black or red taped edges
Chicago History Museum
Primarily views of Chicago subjects, including a local camera club shooting photographs in a park, a World War I Armistice Day parade, and canoers in an unidentified park
Monterey Public Library - Archives
Consists of collodian dry plates of California scenes, originally stored in lantern slide plates boxes. Includes fifteen views of historic Monterey and Pacific Grove sites