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PHOTO/BCLM/ACC. Peale/BCLM Accessioned Photograph Collections

 Record Group Term
Identifier: PHOTO/BCLM/ACC
Collections accessioned (numbered) by the Peale/BCLM, typically containing both prints, negatives and other materials including manuscripts and ephemera donated by one person or organization.

Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

E. J. Gallagher Realty Company collection

Identifier: 1986.67

This collection consists of photographs, ephemera, manuscript items, blueprints, and other items related to the E.J. Gallagher Realty Company, one of the premier builders of rowhomes in Baltimore in the first half of the 20th century. The company also designed the development of Ednor Gardens in northeast Baltimore.

Dates: 1864-1949

Harold Williams collection

Identifier: 1982.3

The Harold Williams Collection consists of 11 boxes of 624 photographs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings, dating from ca 1950 to 1972. The photographs were donated to Williams from various sources for use in his newspaper column “I Remember.” Subjects include views of Baltimore, portraiture, the Baltimore Fire of 1904, C&O Canal, Lyric Theatre, Southern Hotel, J.F. Weissner & Sons Brewing Company, Lake Roland Dam, and more.

Dates: circa 1950-1972

John Dubas photograph collection

Identifier: 1977.20

The John Dubas Collection consists of 24 boxes of photographs and manuscript materials related to Baltimore photographer John Dubas, including more than 3600 photographic prints, film negatives and glass negatives taken by Dubas between 1900 and 1971, as well as correspondence, ledger books, and log books. There are also newspaper clippings.

Dates: 1900-1977

Jonestown community photo documentation project collection

Identifier: Jones.##
Abstract This collection consists of 10 boxes of photographs and administration materials related to the Jonestown Community Photo Documentation Project. Photographs are located in Boxes 1- 8. The photographs consist of more than 10,000 images, primarily 35mm black and white negatives. Photographic prints, mostly 8x10, were created from many of the negatives and are identified in the container list. Contact Sheets were created from a majority of the negatives and are housed with the corresponding...
Dates: 1994-1996

Julius Anderson photograph collection

Identifier: 1994.42; 1995.62

The collection consists of 2 boxes containing 229 photographic prints of Baltimore subjects, and one photographic souvenir booklet.

Dates: circa 1920-1930

Paul Henderson photograph collection

Identifier: BCLM HEN
Abstract Paul Henderson (1899-1988) was a photojournalist for the Afro-American newspapers and as a freelance photographer. The Paul Henderson Photograph Collection (1933-1962) contains photographic negatives and some photographic prints that document the Civil Rights Era in Maryland, with particular focus on activities, people, and groups in the city of Baltimore. Subjects consist mostly of unidentified people, but also include sports, education, Civil Rights activities, politicians, entertainers,...
Dates: 1933-1962

Photo Baltimore ’77 photograph collection

Identifier: PC##

The Photo Baltimore ’77 Collection consists of more than 16,000 black and white photographs in 11 boxes. The images consist of views of architecture, cultural events, street scenes, portraits, sporting events, religious organizations and more in Baltimore and the vicinity.

Dates: 1977-1978

Reis photograph collection

Identifier: 1989.50

The Reis photograph collection contains 7 boxes of 112 glass and film negatives documenting the life of the family, including portraits and images of the family home, as well as Baltimore landmarks.

Dates: 1893-1894

Robert L. Harris photograph collection

Identifier: 1955.3; 1978.18

The Robert L. Harris photograph collection comprises 137 glass and film negatives taken by Robert L. Harris, depicting life in Baltimore, Maryland in the first half of the 20th century. Topics include the Harris family, home interiors and exteriors, construction sites, businesses and cityscapes of Baltimore during World War II. Most of the locations depicted are unidentified.

Dates: 1908-1949