State Library of Queensland
Two black and white photographic panoramas 11 x 28 cm and 11 x 30 cm
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
The F.W. Sheelor Panoramas consist of 22 panoramic photographs (with negatives) dating to 1914-1916, photographer Floyd W. Sheelor/Sheelor Photo Company. They depict cities, towns, and villages throughout Alaska, including Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau, Haines, Valdez, Seward, Anchorage, Saint Michael, Nulato, and Fairbanks. Other images include Mount Foraker/Mount McKinley, reindeer, glaciers, Dawson City in Yukon Territory, and hydraulic mines of the Yukon Gold Company
University of California, Berkeley
Two panoramas of Manzanillo, Mexico, both showing harbor, boats and sailing ships on the bay, and early housing on beach and among hills in the background. The presumed earlier panorama was taken from slightly elevated vantage point; the later one shows a broader view and denser housing with a brick church not visible in the earlier view
Haverford College - Quaker and Special Collections
Views of Sebastopol, Turkey, including a bird's-eye view
State Library of Western Australia
Boans free taxis -- Metro Bus fleet
Getty Research Institute
The album contains 30 panoramic views of Paris; two each of Trouville and Geneva; and one view each of Versailles; Zurich; Heidelberg (Schloss Heidelberg); an unidentified town along a river; and an unidentified port. The panoramas of Paris document the city at the height of the Second Empire, with most of the city's iconic monuments, buildings and public spaces depicted. Of a more ephemeral nature are two views of the 1867 Exposition universelle and a views taken of the the Hôtel de Ville before and after the 1871 Paris Commune
State Library of Queensland
Two panoramas of nurses who served in the military hospital at Randwick, NSW including Fanny Alice England (1876-195?) who trained at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. The Hospital buildings are also shown in one of the images
State Library of Queensland
Eighteen black and white, panoramic photographs (270mm x 90mm) of North Queensland towns and nature scenes. Each photograph is stamped 'Moynahan Print, Chemist, Cairns'. They include: a street scene in Mossman showing the Exchange and Queen Hotels; two views over Port Douglas; two views of Bowen Harbour; views of Ravenshoe and Proserpine and some unidentified views of towns. The nature scenes include Tully Falls, Millstream Falls, Herberton Range, Mt. Bartle Frere, Malanda Falls (with diving boards), Mena Creek Falls. The collection also includes one photograph of a truck and horses crossing a river near Boulia