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...
|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.