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Photos, letters, and scrapbooks related to the construction of the Duke campus.

Photos, letters, and scrapbooks related to the construction of the Duke campus.

These photographs reflect University of Washington campus history from the time the Territorial University was established in the Central Business District of Seattle in 1861 to later days when the campus was transferred to its present location. The cornerstone of the university was laid in downtown Seattle on May 20, 1861 and six months later classes began with about 30 students. In 1894 the cornerstone was removed and transferred to the site of the new university campus on Union Bay. The…

University of Washington Campus Photographs

Old Brooklyn

MAPS & ATLASES (of the US & the world) Picturing America, Prints, Maps, and Drawings bearing on the New World Discoveries and on the Development of the Territory that is now the United States

Stereo images of a train on a trestle.

Stereo images of a train on a trestle.

Chesterfield Cigarettes (XXX1497) - R.C. Maxwell Company Outdoor Advertising - Duke Libraries

Nearly photographs of billboards and other outdoor advertising, mostly on the Atlantic City Boardwalk from the to

This collection of postcards from the Historical Library features medical institutions in Connecticut: general hospitals, private hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, sanatoria, and the Yale School of Medicine. Most are from the period 1900-1940.

This collection of postcards from the Historical Library features medical institutions in Connecticut: general hospitals, private hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, sanatoria, and the Yale School of Medicine. Most are from the period

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That horrible bridge

Stereographs consist of two nearly identical photographs or photomechanical prints, paired to produce the illusion of a single three-dimensional image, usually when viewed through a stereoscope. The Prints & Photographs Division's holdings include images produced from the 1850s to the 1940s, with the bulk of the collection dating between 1870 and 1920. The online images feature cities and towns around the world, expeditions and expositions, industries, disasters, and portraits of Native…

A steam train on the Central Pacific Railroad (CPRR) in Nevada.

Over 3,500 images from artifacts that represent productions composed by Richard Rodgers from forty-one shows, from Poor Little Ritz Girl of 1920 to I Remember Mama, 1979. Included are photographs, programs, window cards, advertising ephemera, manuscripts and set designs.

Over 3,500 images from artifacts that represent productions composed by Richard Rodgers from forty-one shows, from Poor Little Ritz Girl of 1920 to I Remember Mama, 1979. Included are photographs, programs, window cards, advertising ephemera, manuscripts and set designs.

The Photochrom Print Collection has almost 6,000 views of Europe and the Middle East and 500 views of North America. Published primarily from the 1890s to 1910s, these prints were created by the Photoglob Company in Zürich, Switzerland, and the Detroit Publishing Company in Michigan. The richly colored images look like photographs but are actually ink-based photolithographs, usually 6.5 x 9 inches.

about the Photochrom Prints at LOC Hohenzollern, Germany, ca.

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