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Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Images include nineteenth century card mounted albumen prints of railroad and landscape views taken in the area around the Royal Gorge of the Arkansas River, Colorado.
Abstract 19th century photographs made in Brazil by some of the best- known photographers working there during that period: Marc Ferrez, George Leuzinger, and Albert Frisch (who took the first known photographs of Amazonian Indians).
Abstract Album with mounted photographs. Photos apparently taken in South American countries other than Brazil. Includes residential buildings, family groups, horses and carriages, gauchos with cattle, and a landscape taken at Isla de Lobos - on the Atlantic coast of Uruguay - showing sea lions on a rocky seashore. There are many blank pages in album. Bound in green cloth with leather corners and spine; title "Amerique du Sud, 1886" in gilt on cover; marbled end papers.
Abstract Collection consists primarily of photographs (cyanotype prints) documenting the construction in 1881-1883 of the Atlantic and Pacific Railway, from Albuquerque, through Arizona, to Needles, Calif. In addition to scenes of railroad construction that include bridges, tracks, and campsites, there are many photographs shot in Albuquerque and the surrounding mountains, a number of these include picnics and outings.
Abstract The Cobb Memorial Photography Collection is consists of photographic prints made, for the most part, by The Cobbs Studio of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Abstract This collection consists of mounted photographic prints taken in Mexico between approximately 1895 and 1909.
Abstract Photographs show overgrown site and partial excavations of the Palace at Labná in Yucatan, Mexico.
Abstract Portraits of Gertrude Hill, colleagues, and patrons at work inside the History Library of the Museum of New Mexico, in Santa Fe. Also includes photographs of various landscapes and locales of historical interest around New Mexico.
Abstract This collection includes card-mounted albumen prints of Manitou Springs, Colorado and Garden of the Gods.
Abstract This large and varied collection focuses primarily on the Ladd family and their friends and colleagues, the Ramona School, and the University of New Mexico.
Abstract This artificial collection contains portraits of identified individuals obtained from a variety of sources. Some of the items are copies of the originals.
Abstract Collection consists of card-mounted photographs taken in New York (City and State), Boston, Florida, Cuba, Nassau, and Costa Rica around 1900.
Abstract Photographs taken by John K. Hillers for the Powell Survey, the Bureau of American Ethnology, and the U.S. Geological Survey in Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico between ca. 1872 and ca.1882.
Abstract Collection contains portraits of Margaret K. Medler and her parents. There are also architectural photographs including buildings in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Abstract Album contains photographs made in Mexico by A. Briquet and in the Southwestern U.S. by William Henry Jackson. Subjects include: city and village views; railroads in landscapes; dwellings; civic, religious, and commercial buildings; historical sites; occupations (some cartes de visite of street vendors); markets; Precolumbian art; trees and plants.
Abstract This souvenir album from Mexico contains photographs of the best-known and most distinctive sights that a collector or traveler in the late nineteenth century might consider representative of that country. The photographs are well-composed and captioned in Spanish and English.
Abstract This collection consists of photographs, created in Mexico, depicting a wide variety of subjects. Photos from various general files were consolidated into this artifical collection.
Abstract Collection includes photographs of Governor Miguel Antonio Otero, his family, and friends.
Dates: 1872 - 1939
Abstract Photographs taken in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Abstract Consists mainly of portraits which are good examples of various 19th century photographic formats and processes.
Abstract A collection of 19th century photographs of New Mexico and Texas, mounted on cards, consisting of town views, buildings, and street scenes taken in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Kingston, Chloride, and El Paso.
Abstract Photographs of New Mexico Military Institute buildings and cadets.
Abstract Collection consists of albumen prints on heavy paper mounts that include the name of the photographer and studio. Most images are of unusual rock formations.
Abstract Photographs of R. W. D. Bryan, teachers, and students of the Albuquerque Indian School and the University of New Mexico as well as buildings and mining operations in New Mexico.