Found in 251 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes photographs as well as non-photographic materials having to do with the 313th Infanty, 79th Division of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I, circa 1917-1919.
The collection of A. Aubrey Bodine photographs donated to the Peale Museum by Nancy Bodine in 1973 consists of more than 12,000 images. Of these, more than 4,500 are processed and available to the public. The images document virtually all aspects of life in Baltimore, Maryland and the Chesapeake region. The photographs consist primarily of 5x7, 4x5 and 120 mm film negatives. There are also 4x5 glass negatives and a few color transparencies.
This collection contains photographic prints, negatives, and prints of the work of Adalbert Johann Volck (1828-1912), a Baltimore dentist, artist, cartoonist, sculptor, and silversmith during the American Civil War.
This collection contains photographs of Advertising Club of Baltimore events collected by various members. This includes the club’s annual Maypole Dance, Man of the Year award ceremony, and other events from the 1950s to the 1980s.
This collection contains the photographs related to May’s “Men and Women of the Stage” and “Dramatic Encyclopedia of Baltimore, 1750-1904,” which document the history of theater in the Mid-Atlantic. The collection illustrates the places and people written about in May’s book.
This collection contains approximately 100 photographs related to the Altvater family of Southeast Baltimore. Subjects include family members and the family home on Linwood Avenue, travel to the Eastern Shore and Harper's Ferry, and business with the Capital Radio Service.
This collection contains photographs of the towns, people, dignitaries, and officials in Liberia and Sierra Leone, West Africa. Also included are images of the towns of Monrovia and Harper, as well as a map of the township of Harper at Cape Palmas, Liberia. The dates of the collection span 1860-1869.