|Teddy Roosevelt Silver Photographs|
Bully!!! Two images by W.M. Gourley of Lake Forest, IL of former president Theodore Roosevelt. With photographer's backstamp mount verso on each image. First image is of Roosevelt shouting among military officers. The second image is of him in a cro...
|King Edward Coronation Float|
Silver photograph of King Edward's Coronation Float. 7-3/4 x 6 on a larger mount, trimmed mount. With a smaller image of possibly the same float.
Silver photograph measuring 5 x 7 on a larger brown mat. A large group of pigs along with two workers are featured in the image. Circa 1915.
|Stagecoach - Portland to Naples, Maine|
Silver photograph, slightly dark, of a stagecoach with a group of passengers in front of a large building. Identified in period hand mount verso as the Portland to Naples, Maine stagecoach. Circa 1904. 7-1/4 x 9-1/2 on a larger black mount.
|Tinted Yellowstone Park Mechanicals by Haynes|
Envelope of 12 tinted mechanicals by Haynes contained in a red paper envelope. Titled on the cover 'Yellowstone National Park'. Various locations throughout Yellowstone Park. Each titled along with photographer's credit mount recto. Each image measur...
|Workers and Span Am Soldier in a Lab|
A group of men and women workers in large laboratory. (Or possibly a kitchen, workshop, laboratory or military operation.) Several workers are wearing Spanish-American War uniforms and one looks to be a Sargeant. They are working with various instrum...
|Lumber Workers in Front of a Large Shed|
Silver print of most likely lumber workers in front of a large shed. They stand near their tools. Measures 8 x 6 on a larger black mount. Circa 1900.
Women's Occupational - Nurses|
Group of 13 nurses in a medical setting. They wear full uniforms include hats. Silver print measuring 8-1/2 x 6-1/2 on a larger black mount. Circa 1900.
|Farm, Workers and Cows|
Silver print measuring 9-1/2 x 7-3/4 on a larger brownish-gray mount. Shows a Hereford and other cows grazing all corralled in a small area on a farm. Several farmers look on. Circa 1915.
|Blacksmith Shop Interior - Horses and Blacksmiths|
Silver print measuring 5-1/2 x 8 on a larger black mount of the inside of a blacksmith shop. One horse stands awaiting to be shoed! Also present are two blacksmiths. Hanging from the ceiling are hundreds of horseshoes. Circa 1900.
|Pigs in a Pig Sty|
A small group of pigs or hogs in their penned area. Silver print measuring 8 x 5 on a larger black mount. Circa 1900.
|St. Joseph Horse Show Display|
Silver photograph measuring 9-3/4 x 7-1/2 on a professionally trimmed black mount. Features what appears to be mannequins of well dressed horse showmen along with a horse and buggy. Signage in indicate it is the St. Joseph Horse Show and the buggy w...
|Northern Pacific Railroad Silver Photograph|
Photograph of a train car for the Northern Pacific Railroad on the tracks the wilderness. Small sign on car reads "Page Lumber Co. Buckley, Wash." Below on the car is railroad company name. Silver print measuring 9-3/4 x 7-1/2 on a larger black mount...
|Football Team Silver Photograph|
Large format silver print measuring approximately 10 x 13 of high school, collegiate of fraternal group of football players. Circa 1940s.
|London G & A Co. Baseball Team|
Group photograph of baseball team with appears to be formally dressed managers or coaches. They have gloves and a catcher's mitt with them. Uniforms have the letters "LG & ACo" and some uniforms have "London G & A Co." on them. Minor corner chips ...
|Treasures of Yellowstone Park by Haynes|
Booklet of 18 tinted mechanicals by Haynes. Titled on the cover 'Treasures of Yellowstone Park' and bound with a decorative string. Photographer's stamp on back page. Various locations throughout Yellowstone Park. Each titled along with photograp...
|Mourning Flowers at Grave|
Image of a group of mourning flowers most likely taken in a cemetery. 6-5/8 x 4-3/4 on a larger two-toned gray mount.
|Bank Tellers and Banker|
Image of a group of bank tellers standing behind the teller cage with a lone banker at a table working near by. Great interior shot of a bank and women's occupational. Measures 5 x 7 on a larger black mount. Circa 1900.
|Bank after Tornado|
Silver photograph on a cream colored mount the inside of the The Commerical Bank of Gibson after a tornado. Image is taken from outside into a window. Identified mount recto and includes two canceled checks from the bank. Photo measures 4-5/8 x 3-5/...
|Louisiana Purchase Expo 1904|
Six silver photographs of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, 1904. Three measure 7-1/2 x 9-1/2 and three 7 x 9.
|Food Booth Silver Photograph.|
Measures 5 x 7 on a larger black mount. With location in the negative 'Walworth Co. Fair / Elkhorn, Wisc'.
Image of a snow plow in action as it blows snow along a road that has just experienced a huge snowstorm. Bystanders look on from a ridge above as snow blows high from the blade. 6-3/4 x 4-3/4 on a larger gray mount.
|Fourth of July Festival|
Silver print on a trimmed mount of what appears to be a patriotric celebration, possibly Indpendence Day. Circa 1910; measures 5 x 7.
Two silver prints 8-1/2" x 6-1/2" on larger mounts. Each features a group of railroad workers in front of a boxcar. Circa 1910. Some bends to mount and staining; does not affect image.
Two silver prints measuring apprxoimately 9-1/4" x 7-1/4" of the Charles W. Strickland Clothing store. One is of the entire storefront and the second image focuses on a window display of men's collars. On larger tan mounts.
|Miller High Life, Sportsman Deo., Toaster Images|
Three product images taken by a student at the Ray-Vogue School of Photography - Chicago. The student was George Newton. Circa 1957. Approximately 7-1/2" x 9-1/2" silver prints mounted on larger boards. Smaller images and grade card are attached moun...
|Women\'s Baskeball Team|
Circa 1908. Silver print 3-7/8' x 4-5/8' on a larger black mount. Group of five female players pose with one holding the ball painted with 'MC 08'
8" x 10" silver print of a marching band. Circa 1930s.
|Scientists at Work|
Two silver prints of scientists in the lab. Each measures 9-1/4" x 7-1/2" on larger tan mounts. Both feature subjects in lab coats working with microscopes. One male, one female. Some waterstaining across one side of mount; does not affect image.
|Apeda Large Format Photograph|
Silver print of unknown subject with famous photographer "Apeda N.Y." in negative. 11" x 14"
Silver print of a farmhouse and children in front. Approximately 8"x 6" on a larger gray mount with notes verso in period hand.
|Kamm Brewing Heir Wedding Photographs|
Two large wedding photographs in folios by Rode - signed in period hand mount recto of each. Circa 1926. First image is of the bride and the second of the bride and her party. Each approximately 9" x 7" on larger tan mounts within separate folios. ...
|Yale School Students|
Large silver print of well dressed gentlemen posed in out side of a larger wrought iron fence. These Ivy League students could be fratneral, club members or grduates of this presitgious school. 13" x 10" on a larger light gray mount. Circa 1925. St...
|Pach Brothers Group Images|
Two identical oversize images of a group of men, most likely a fraternity or other collegiate club. In these images, the men stand in front of a large building with 'The Fenwick' above the entrance. Silver print is approximately 13'x 9' on a larger n...
|Pach Brothers Group Photograph|
Oversize image of a group of men, most likely a fraterny or other collegiate club. Silver print is slightly larger than 13"x 9" on a larger nearly black mount. One man's image is inset atop the photo. With the imprint on the mount recto right corner...
|Sheep and Shepherds|
Large flock of shep and the shepherds. Measures 8-1/4" x 6-1/4" on a larger two-toned gray mount. Circa 1920
Two silver prits of the Chicago Lakefront Festival Circus Thrill Show. Modern images during the Mayor Daley era. Each 11" x14"
Silver print approximately 9-1/2" x 7-3/4" on a larger gray mount. Tents line the railroad tracks and individual rails are in the foreground. Workers and their families stand near the tents. Circa 1920.
|President FDR Silver Prints|
Two silver prints of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Each approximately 8-1/2 x 6-1/2. Both of the president and sons on vacation during his presidency. INP photos with attached paper slugs. Circa 1934.
|Roosevelt High School Track Team|
Splendid silver print measuring 6" x 8" on a larger two-tone gray mat. In the negative recto "Roosevelt High School Track Team April 1924, H. Larson Studio."
|Cushing Academy Football Team|
Group image with spectators in the stands above of the Cushing Academy Football Team in Ashburnham, Mass. Inset of school appears center of image. 9-1/2" x 7-3/8" on a larger gray mount. Silver print.
|Fairmount Park Race Track Photo|
Image of the owner, trainer and jockey of the horse "Chance Taken". Image was taken at Farimount Park in Collinsville, IL - a suburb of St. Louis, MO. CIrca September 1944. Aproximately 8" x 10" on a larger tan mount.
|Orchestra and Choir Photo|
Approximately 9-7/8" x 7-7/8" on a larger two-toned gray-brown mount. Silver print of an orchestra.
|Sunday School Orchestra|
Second Congressional Sunday School Orchestral Association. Group shot of the entire band. 9-5/8" x 7-5/8" silver print on a larger brown mount.
Silver print. Approximately 8" x 10" of a casket, corpse and many sprays of flowers.
Two 8" x 10" silver prints of a race car. One up close of the engine and the other of the entire auto on a trailer.
|Actress by Clarence Bull|
8' x 10' silver print of an unknown actress by the famed photographer of the stars. She holds a large stuffed kangaroo with a joey or a rabbit. On verso stamped 'Photographed by / Clarence Sinclair Bull / Credit Appreciated'. In the negative rect...
|Eight Images from Sudan|
Various size silver prints. Each ranges from 3-1/4" x 2-1/4" to 4-1/2" x 3-1/2" on mats approximately 5" x 6". Some two images per mat, others one image. Each has notation in period hand using white ink.
CDV of Kitty Blanchard. By Gurney of New York. Slightly trimmed
|Diamond Rubber Company|
Set of 10 photographs - silver prints - of various operations of the Diamond Rubber Company. One with 3 holes and all have slight damage. Otherwise in very good condition. Circa 1920s. Approximately 9-1/2" x 7-1/2".