Museum of the Great Plains
Two images of early Lawton, Okla., show the interior of Citizens State Bank (1917) with people identified and a second grade class in Lawton (1903)
Museum of the Great Plains
Four tintypes, two original prints, one copy print, and one original negative plus 7 copy negatives, chiefly of persons and scenes of early Lawton, Okla., with two from Cache, Okla -- Original negative depicts P.T. Benbow, local businessman, with another man on D Ave. Other persons represented include J.T. Jamieson, H.E. Bice, T.J. Hule, Floyd Yarbro, W.W. Thomas, Bruce Thomes, Dan Parshell, Red Davis, Moss Hart, and John Sherbert
United Society of Shakers,-- Shaker Library
Black and white photographs (5 " x 7" to 11" x 14") of members of the Sabbathday Lake, Me., Shaker community; together with photographs by Linda Butler (black and white, 11" x 14"), taken at Sabbathday Lake for her book Inner Light (1985)
Maine Historical Society
Contains two black and white photographs and a color image (possibly from a magazine article). One of the photographs shows the ship O.A. Harkness with two tow boats on either side, and other photograph is of John Serber in a boat. The color image is captioned: "log boom being towed across open waters of Lake Pemadumcook, Maine, toward North Twin Dam." Lake Ambajejus in Maine and the ship West Branch II are also depicted
Seattle Municipal Archives
The mayor is the chief executive officer of the city with responsibilities for law enforcement, appointing department heads, administering city departments and programs, and preparing and executing the city budget. Seattle's original charter (1869) created the position of mayor who served as ex-officio president of the Common Council. The 1875 charter gave the mayor a vote on the Council. That was amended in 1886 to provide for a tie-breaking vote only. The 1890 charter completely separated the executive and legislative branches. Mayoral terms were set at four years by the 1946 city charter -- Includes portraits of Seattle's mayors from 1869 to the present; all mayors, with the exception of Paul Schell (1998-2001), are represented (including women mayors). Many of the photographs were printed from negatives copied by the city photographer from the Robert T. McDonald Collection at the Seattle Public Library. Other images were taken by the city photographer
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs, negatives, contact prints in 3 books, and 1 color slide, chiefly of Native Americans, particularly members of the Kiowas and Comanches -- Subjects show family life and social events
Museum of the Great Plains
Image with negative, slide, and photograph: looking west on C Avenue from the Rock Island Station in Lawton
Lawrence Public Library
Two-hundred photographs (on a CD), of various sites in Lawrence, Mass -- Topics include the Great Stone Dam (Merrimack River Dam) clogged with ice and free flowing, Lawrence Heritage State Park, dam on the Spicket River at Memorial Hall (Methuen, Mass.), restaurants, old mills, and water towers. Thirty of the photographs were included in an exhibit at Lawrence Public Library in 2009
Thomas Balch Library
This collection consists of two digital images of 102 Loudoun St., SW, taken by Luke Swank, ca. 1940-1943, and Chris Murphy in 2008. Born in Johnstown, Pa., in 1890, Swank had a varied career that included dog training, farming, and the family hardware and automobile businesses, only coming to professional photography in his forties. Taking commercial photos for companies like Ford, Calgon, and Heinz were Swank's bread and butter during the early days of his career, leaving him free to concentrate on now-iconic images of urban and industrial America. "Kidwell's Market," ca. 1940-1943, was taken at the height of Swank's photographic career, shortly before his death in 1944. In 2008, Christopher T. Murphy, Senior Planner in Planning, Zoning & Development for the town of Leesburg, Va., took and donated a color photograph of "Kidwell's Market" to Thomas Balch Library as a comparative image to Swank's
Gardiner Public Library
Family album with photographs of Gardiner High School, Bates College, and U.S. Navy postings, as well as groups of World War I soldiers and sailors -- Many pictures feature the Virginia Beach, Va., area