Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
The Cambridge Bridge Commission was established in 1898 to administer construction of a bridge spanning the Charles River between Boston and Cambridge, to be known as the Cambridge (later Longfellow) Bridge. Series documents stages and methods of construction through photographic prints, including cyanotypes
Eastern Washington State Historical Society - Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
Portraits of members of the Winans family; some unidentified. Arlan Dean Winans was from Spokane (Wash.).
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of photographs of the A.A. Doak family of Nashville, Tennessee. The photographer was W.G. Thuss, also of Nashville
Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Consists of photographs of the Luckett family, Matador, Texas (1900-1910). Contains photographs of the Masonic Lodge (1905); and Matador Ranch cowboys (1900)
Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Consists of photographs of the F.A. White family of Claredon, Texas (1900-1910). Also contains photographs of horses and buggies
New York City Department of Records and Information Services
The lanter slides show exterior and interior views of New York City High School, Churches and institutional buildings, together with heating systems, boiler rooms, and related equipment in various media: cross sections, diagrams, etchings, floor plans, heating plans, line drawings, photographs, and schematic drawings
Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Consists of photographs of the Rankin and Scharbauer families in the Midland, Texas area (1900-1910)
Northwestern University
Album of original photographs and postcards, entitled, Deutschostafrik[anisch]en Bilder. Photographer: Walther Dobbertin, circa 1900-1910
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Copy photographs from glass plate negatives, circa 1900-1910, from the collection of Theodore Robert and William Walther Ward, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, including scenes of student life at the University of Wisconsin, Madison; the School for the Blind, Janesville, Wisconsin; Fort Atkinson High School; Frank Lloyd Wright's Rocky Roost on Governor's Island, Lake Mendota; the Pan-American Exposition; Niagara, New York; and Saginaw, Michigan
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
Eight sepia photographs, ca. 5" x 8", mainly local village, street, and river scenes, including Joung women and children from Albay, Luzon. .02 linear feet (1 folder)