|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...
|Three Female Congress Members|
Circa 1943. Photos by Arthur Scott of International News Photos. Story verso on each image - titled "Legislative Ladies". Mrs. Frances P. Bolton, Representative from Ohio - the wealthiest woman in Congress. Winifred Stanley, Republican from New Yor...
|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".
|Lumber Company Office|
Silver print approximately 5' x 7' on a larger gray mount.
|Chicago Bakers Drum and Bugle Corps|
Silver print on a larger dark brown mount of a bnad with their instruments. On the drum center reads "Chicago Bakers Drum & Bugle Corps Chicago Ill. Approximately 8" x10" on a larger mount.
Approximately 6-1/2" x 8-1/4" silver print on a larger dark gray mount. Features a clothing/tailor shop in a building with a dog and presumably the owner standing in front. Sign atop the building reads "D.J. Johnson". Printed on the glass is "Merch...
|Old Civil War Co. G Veterans on the Natick Common|
Silver print with 'Old Co G On The Natick Common / - 1909 - ' in hand on the mount recto. Civil War veterans from Company G.Approximately 9-7/8' x 7-1/4' on a dark gray mount.
|Theatrical Silver Print|
5" x 7" silver print on a larger two-tone gray mount feauturing actors and actresses in full costume. Probably a school play.
|Actresses and Actorsin Oriental Costume|
Oblon silver print on a gray mount of theatre entertainers in Oriental costume. Very likely a school production of the Mikado. Measures 8" x 4" on a larger gray mount.
|US Guards at the Paris Exposition|
Large silver print. Meaures 11" x 8" on a larger trimmed tan mount. On mount recto bottom left "Professor STEBBING, Photographer, PARIS". In period hand, verso "U.S. Guards at the Paris Exposition 1900. Taken July 4th 1900".
|World War I Soldiers|
Group image of 9 soldiers with one holding a flag. Inset of two additional soldiers within gold stars on each upper corner. (Gold stars as insets means these soldiers were killed.) Measures 8" x 10" on a larger gray two-toned mount. Circa 1920s.
Possibly a cabinet maker shop. Approximately 8" x 6" silver print on a larger black mount of woodworkers in their shop. Stamped on verso "Ed. Stratton, Commerical Photographer, / 275 W. Monroe St., / Chicago."
|Lumber Yard on a River|
Silver print measuring about 6"x 8" on a larger black mount. Nice image of a lumberyard on a stream. Circa 1900.
|Blacksmithing Silver Print|
6' X 8' image of a blacksmith shop and several blacksmiths standing in front. Sign on building reads 'Jacob Myear / Blacksmithing and Horse Shoeing'. Crisp, clear image in excellent shape. On a larger tan mount. Circa 1930
|Machine Shop or Millwork|
Image of machinists in a machine shop or millworks. Silver print measuring approximately 8" x 10" on a larger black mount. Some damage to mount on left side; not affecting image. Circa 1900.
|Cooney Basketball Team c1931|
Group of basketball players in uniform wearing uniforms with 'COONEY' on the chest and holding a basketball dated '31. Possibly the local town college or high school team. 7-7/8' x 9-1/4' on a larger mulit-toned mount. Minor stains and marks on...
Image of a blacksmith shop with several workers out front. Sign on front of building reads "Jacob Mylar Blacksmithing and Horse Shoeing". 8" x 6" on a large black mount with one corner cracked and loose.
Group of four railroad train engineers or conductors. Light and faded image measuring 9-1/2" x 7-3/4" on a trimmed gray mount.
Silver print on a decorative two-tone gray mount. Fraternal order marching in a parade. Circa 1930s. Approximately 4-3/4" x 6-5/8" on a larger mount.
|1920s Sedan and Passengers|
Approximately 5" x 7" silver print of a car with several pasengers. This automobile is an early sedan from the 1920s. On a gray mount with one corner chipped.
|Wedding Party Photographs|
Two silver prints. One features the bride, groom, best man and maid of honor. The second features the entire wedding party. Measures approximately 7" x 9-1/4" and 8" x 10" respectively.
|Childrens Fashion Photographs|
Two images by Underwood and Underwood of a young girl modeling outfits. Each contains attached recto typed notes and credit to the above photograph agency. Measures approximately 6-1/2" x 8-1/2" each.
|Dry Cleaners Silver Print|
Approximately 5" x 7" silver print of a dry cleaner shop and workers on a gray mount. Circa 1920s.
|Store Window Display: Silk Stockings|
Store window display silver print featuring the "Beveraly Hose" product line of silk stockings. In the negative recto lower right "McKenzie Photo 10734"
|Woolworth Store Display|
Circa 1935 image of a display case inside a Woolworth's store. Shows mostly womens belts and accessories. 8' x 10' silver print.
|Office and Workers|
Silver image of two men sitting at desks in an office. Circa 1910. Measures 5" x 7" on a larger black mount.
|Five Bar Photos|
Five images of different bars from the inside:
- Gumball and Coca Cola Signs
- Mills Empress (1939), Rockwood Pla-Mor Wallbox
- Cigarette Machine
- Seeburg 20 Selections Box
- Brooks Log Hotel
Image of a small factory. A conveyor belt of sorts running off a large wheel is center of the image. Three workers standby, one of them African American. Measures 8" x 6" on a slightly larger dark gray mount.
Nice silver print of women working in the garment industry in a factory. Image shows women in front of their sewing machines. On a 10" x 12" grey mount; photograph measures 6-1/4" x 8" Entire mount not shown. NOTE: nearly identical to item number 75.
|St. Louis Symphony Orchestra|
Spectacular image of the St. Louis Symphony standing outside their former home before Powell Symphony Hall was completed in 1925. Inscribed in the negative is "St. Louis Symphony Orchestra / Dec. 21st, 1913". This image measures 10" x 8" on a slight...
|Odd Fellows Lodge Group|
Image of the Odd Fellows Lodge from Winslow, Arkansas. (This is written recto along with "Arthur & Hazel Davidson". Someone has placed a small 'X' above one person who is most likely Arthur. &" x 5" on a larger dark gray mount.
Used Car dealer and the automobiles. Standing in front is the sales staff and mechanics. Measures 7" x 5" on a slightly larger gray mount.
|African Safari Images|
Seven African Safari 4-1/2' by 6 1/2' silver images some gold toned of an African safari c. 1910. There are tigers, lions, kudus and other animal carcasses as shot shown with the safari attendants. Each image is mounted on a larger grey board.
|Set of two Bertillons|
Bertillons were used before Mug Shots came in vogue. These are early 1900 sheets used to identify crimimals. One side usually contains either an image or a clip from a newspaper along with descriptive statistics on the suspect. The recto contains arr...
|Berkeley, Illinois Minstrels Show|
Framed image of the minstrels from the Second Grand Minstrel Show by the Berkeley Minstrels of Berkeley, Illinois. Dated Friday, January 26, 1923. On recto is part of the program from the show. Image is 6-5/8" x 4-3/8" on a larger dark gray mount in ...
Possibly bandsman or similar: four men wearing uniforms the "WIS" emblem on their caps and uniforms. They stand with what appears to be swords at their sides. By Perdieu Studio of Milwaukee. Measures 7-1/4" x 9-1/2" mount.
Possibly bandsman or similar: four men wearing uniforms the "WIS" emblem on their caps and uniforms. Two stand, two sit. By Perdieu Studio of Milwaukee. Measures 7-1/4" x 9-1/2" mount.