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card photographs (photographs)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 116 Collections and/or Records:

Albert M. Anderson collection photograph series [graphic]

Identifier: MSS 1266 AV
Scope and Contents Photographs documenting the career of Albert M. Anderson including service in the Philippines and Cuba with the 17th Infantry and service during World War I with the War Risk Insurance Office. Scenes in the Philippines include local scenes in Lingoyen; headquarters of the 17th Infantry at Zamboanga and a group portrait of Anderson with other non-commissioned officers. Scenes in Cuba depict Camp Camaguey, headquarters of the 17th Infantry; the United States Army Transport "Sherman"; Anderson and...
Dates: 1890-1927

Alvin Coe Voris [graphic]

Identifier: SC 5828
Scope and Contents A carte de visite from the American Civil War of Brevet Major General Alvin Coe Voris, Colonel of the 67th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, WIA July 18, 1863 at Fort Wagner, South Carolina. On the back of the card is the signature of "Lt. G. Tappan/ from "Old Promptly."
Dates: circa 1861-1865

Amos Gillis papers

Identifier: MSS 1686 AV
Scope and Contents This collection primarily includes personal letters sent and received by Amos Gillis of Kinsman, Ohio, during his service in the Civil War. Most of the letters were sent by Gillis to his wife, Amanda, and his daughter, May. Unfortunately, this collection also includes a letter written to Gillis's wife from one of his fellow soldiers to send along her husband's belongings and regrets at Gillis's death in battle. Also included in this collection are papers concerning the trials of various Union...
Dates: 1861-1878

Andrew L. Harris [graphic]

Identifier: SC 5824
Scope and Contents A carte de visite from the American Civil War of Colonel Andrew Lintner Harris (later Governor of Ohio) in military uniform. Photographer's mark appears on the back as "Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries, Broadway & Tenth Street, New York, 352 Pennsylvania Av., Washington D.C."
Dates: circa 1861-1865

Archie Clyde Mann photograph [graphic]

Identifier: SC 5773
Scope and Contents Photograph of Archie Clyde Mann as a young child. A rabbit fur doll that belonged to Archie Clyde Mann as a child is part of the Ohio Historical Society museum collections, catalog number H 81286.
Dates: 190-?

Arthur St. Clair [graphic]

Identifier: SC 4029
Scope and Contents Collection is comprised of prints and photographic reproductions of portraits depicting Revolutionary War General and Governor of the Northwest Territory Arthur St. Clair. Many of these images of St. Clair are based on the portrait made of him by Charles Vincent Peale. Additionally, the collection includes a photograph mounted on a boudoir card of a cabin that is identified by a sign as "The Log House in which Gov. St. Clair signed Treaty with the Indians 1788." There is also a small, painted...
Dates: 18---19--

August V. Kautz [graphic]

Identifier: SC 5823
Scope and Contents A carte de visite from the American Civil War of Brevet Major General August V. Kautz with ink autograph beneath the portrait. Photographer's mark appears on the back as "photographed by Philp & Solomons' Metropolitan Gallery, 382 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C."
Dates: circa 1861-1865

Bernard Morris papers photograph series [graphic]

 Series — Folder VFM 2872 AV
Identifier: MSS 5472 AV

Betty Eicher and Mary Parker Brown papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1699 AV
Scope and Contents This collection includes papers and photographs documenting the professional teaching and writing careers of Betty Eicher and Mary Parker Brown, as well as their personal relationship. Included are Betty Eicher's records of expenses, correspondence between Betty and her brother Bill while he was at basic training during World War II, a letter from Mary Parker to Betty, an autobiographical account of Betty's childhood, photographs of both women, and stories Betty drafted for her college courses....
Dates: 1885-1986

Bicycles [graphic]

Identifier: SC 164
Scope and Contents Images of early bicycles, including a bike parade, race, the 1894 Columbus Cylce Club, and participants in the 1972 Tour of the Scioto River Valley (TOSRV) on the steps of the Ohio Statehouse. There is also a pen and ink drawing titled "A Bicycle Built for Two" and Columbus, Ohio cabinet card of a man in a bicycle suit with an ordinary bicycle. Two photographs depict young children playing on a wheeled riding toy.
Dates: circa 1880-1972