Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains an album of approximately 91 photographs assembled by Baltimore-native Arthur Gray (1896-1963) during his training at Camp McClellan (now Fort McClellan) in Alabama as well as his service in France during World War I, circa 1917-1919.
This collection consists of one album of photographs from the “Shorthorn Field Day and Type Conference” sponsored by the Maryland Shorthorn Breeders’ Association held at Cherry Hill Farm on October 1, 1945.
This collection contains photographs of parks, monuments, and buildings in Baltimore and Washington D.C. Also included are images of African-American women and children, as well as a group portrait of Spanish prisoners captured during the Spanish-American War. The dates of the collection span 1898-1902.
The Gillet photograph collection contains a photograph album of portraits of Martin Gillet (founder of first tea importation and distribution firm in the United States) and numerous family members, circa 1870s-1880s, as well as approximately 25 loose cartes de visite of the same.
This collection includes nine albums of photographs of Howard Hanford Hopkins, II (1848-1906) and his family and friends in New Market, Frederick County, Maryland. Many of the images were photographed by Hopkins.