Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
This collection contains photographs of Spiegel Grove in Fremont, Ohio including the home of Rutherford B. Hayes, the Library and Museum honoring Hayes, the 27-acre grounds surrounding the home and Museum, and special events that took place at this site -- A large number of photographs show exterior views of the Hayes residence in different seasons at various time periods from 1873-1989. Interior photographs of some of the rooms of the house showing the changing furnishings and decorations over the years are also found here. A second area of concentration is photography of the Library and Museum constructed in 1916 and expanded in 1922 and again in 1969. These photos are of the exterior as well as the interior and show some of the museum exhibits and displays over the years. A third focus of the collection is the grounds surrounding the Hayes home and Library. These photographs show the tomb of President and Mrs. Hayes, the gates that had been at the White House during Hayes' ... Read More
Gardiner Public Library
Photographs of Gardiner, Me., taken during the flood of 1936
Museum of the Great Plains
Forty-one images with 11 negatives (some images have more than one copy negative) -- Lawton subjects include street scenes, early buildings, the burning of gambling equipment at County Courthouse, parades, the concert band, baseball team, Rotary Park, Lake Lawtonka, picnics and fishing, and Lake Lawtonka Dam; Wichita Mountains; Star House (Cache, Okla.); and Medicine Park, Okla. Persons represented in photographs include John J. Schott and other Schott family members, members of the Fogelsong, Porkony, and Leinigner families, and Delbert C. Dexter and Leslie Price Ross, early mayors of Lawton. Photographers include M.A. Tucker, Logston Studio, and Wade Studio
Seattle Municipal Archives
Consists of interviews and short documentaries concerning the successful effort to establish a historic district to preserve the Pike Place Market in 1971. Most of the interviews were conducted in 1996 and 1998, and the interview subjects were active in the campaign during that time. Interviewees include: Tim Manring, Jerry Thonn, Phil Ginsberg, Marlys Erickson, Larry Shafer, Aaron Zaretsky, John Clise, Jean Godden, Brewster Denny, Ed Singler, Fred Bassetti, Joe Martin, Helen Sommers, Elizabeth Tanner, Jeff Smith, Brewster Denny, Jackson Schmidt, Victor Steinbrueck, Jana Ostrom, Shelly Yapp, Len Barson, and Hmong Market farmers. There are also local news pieces and coverage, including a 1971 story, KOMO TV's "Who Will Save the Market?". Most interviews were conducted by Paul Dunn. The original interviews are on Hi-8 videotape. There are edited interviews on VHS tape. Three documentaries were produced from these tapes: "The Selling of the Market," "Save the Market: The People's ... Read More
Museum of the Great Plains
Eleven prints taken in Merkel and Wichita Falls, Tex., and Lawton, Okla., chiefly portraits of family members -- Persons represented include Billie June Tipton, Bernice Junes, Erma Clark, Bobby Joe Clark, and Willie Joe Clark
Maine Historical Society
Eight black and white photographs, with text, of Portland, Me., building projects, including the Maine National Bank, Hi-Rise for the Elderly, Home for the Aged, Casco Bank Office Building, Public Safety headquarters, Temple Street Parking Garage, Osteopathic Hospital additions and alterations, and Maine Savings Bank Plaza. Text includes information about project, owner, architect, cost, type, and status (date completed)
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society
Includes photographs of gay events during the 1970s to 1990s -- Persons and topics represented include Harvey Milk, Pride parades, the White Night riots, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, AIDS, and other major events. Most of the photographs are from the 1970s
Maine Historical Society
Enlarged black/white print of a postcard (1910 Sept. 28) by E. R. Starbird of "Brown's camp on Pleasant River near Katahdin Iron Works"; together with photocopy of p. 103 from the 1901 issue of "In the Maine Woods" showing advertisement for the same camp, with typed letter/notation regarding the camp from David G. Smith, of Camden, Me. E.R. Starbird was publisher and proprietor, of Brunswick, Me. The camp was owned by George I. Brown
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs containing images of residents of Lawton, Okla -- Other persons represented include Claude Meters, Virgil Stalkup, and Bill Graves
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Five photographs of the Yiddish Folkshule and Poale Zion Chasidim Ball (presumably held in Milwaukee)