Trustees of Reservations Archives and Research Center
The collection consists of various photographs documenting the lives of the employees of the Choate Family's properties. The majority of the photographs are of employees at Naumkeag with a few photographs of employees at Mission House. Many of the employees were connected with the properties for many decades. The collection is organized by the subject of the photographs which include: Early Naumkeag Staff, Farmhouse at Naumkeag, Staff Party, Barnes Wedding, Robert Creighton and Unidentified Staff. Many of the photographs have annotations on the back, some of which are included in the finding aid
Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives -- Includes two images of Cerday and other Indian men on the steps of a building in Washington, D.C. The third image depicts a convention of the Loyal Order of Moose, date and location unknown
Japanese American National Museum
Consists of 166 photographs and copy negatives of photographs taken at Manzanar and Tule Lake internment camps between 1942 and 1945. Subjects include scenes of daily life, group portraits, and landscapes
Museum of the Great Plains
Two images (1922), of Dr. Baird's sanatorium in Medicine Park, Okla.; and a picture of Silver Horn (Kiowa chief and artist), Frank Rush, Sr. (owner of Craterville Park), and Hunting Horse (Kiowa scout), probably taken at Craterville Park, Okla
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Includes photographs of the Fox family and general store (likely in Milwaukee, Wis.). -- Also includes newspaper article about Mrs. Herman Larkey (who was a member of the Fox family; and Jay's mother)
Thomas Balch Library
This collection consists of 715 photographs taken by Russell Gregg of Loudoun County and its residents during the 1920s, 1930s, and the early 1940s. They include wedding pictures, family portraits, individual portraits, as well has pictures of houses, groups, and events in Loudoun County. The bulk of the photographs are of high school students: graduates, sports teams, and classes. Most of the collection was digitized in 2004, after which the negatives were discarded. Print sizes are primarily 4"x6", 5"x7" and 8"x10". Photographs are organized by date, and then alphabetically according to content. Undated images are organized at the beginning of the collection. Physical photographs are organized according to size, and by catalogue number
Maine Historical Society
Blueprints and linen drawings of the Portland, Maine, City Hall, by Carrere & Hastings, John Calvin Stevens, John Howard Stevens, and other associated architects. Some of the drawings are marked, "Received Maine and New Hampshire Granite Corp., North Jay, Maine.". -- Includes presentation drawing, elevations, and details of the clock tower, auditorium, maine building exterior and courses, east gable, approach balustrade, and east colonade. The old building burned in an electrical fire in Jan. 1908. It had replaced a similar structure that burned in the Great Fire of 1866. Carrere & Hastings were the architects, and John Calvin Stevens and John Howard Stevens, associated architects of Portland, Me
Museum of the Great Plains
Photograph portrait of Lucy Eugenia ("Jean") Lowry Wallace (1890-1983), age eighteen
Museum of the Great Plains
Fourteen photographs chiefly of views of Lawton, Okla., including parade pictures (1904), and images of McKinley School (1906-1907) -- Other persons represented include Thurman Boetner, Salis Runnels, and MacDonald Rouse