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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

McFee photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0032

This collection includes photographs taken or collected by Eugene Gwynn McFee, staff photographer for the Baltimore American, 1913-1919. The images reveal everyday life in Baltimore, the effects of World War I on soldiers, recreational activities, and Woodrow Wilson's funeral, among others. The dates of the collection span 1900-1930.

Dates: 1900-1930

McGlannan family photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0102

This collection contains images of McGlannan family members photographed in Baltimore and Garrett County, Maryland circa 1910.

Dates: 1910

Mulford collection of Blick family photographs

Identifier: PP 0084

This collection includes informal portraits of Blick family members and friends, and homes including Rosemere in Baltimore County, Maryland.

Dates: 1897-1949

Robert Kniesche photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0079
Abstract This collection contains over 6,000 photographs taken by Robert Kniesche over the course of his career as a professional photographer, primarily with The Baltimore Sun newspaper. Maryland subjects include: aviation, trains, theaters and theatrical productions; sports events including horse racing, fox hunting, regattas, baseball, and football, portraits of sports celebrities and performing artists; maritime activities including oyster harvesting, ship building, and many images of specific...
Dates: 1923-1976

Tolchester photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0128

This collection contains views of Tolchester and the vicinity including parks, amusements, and hotels. Also included are photographs from excursion steamships of the Tolchester Steamboat Company.

Dates: 1883-1925

Worthington photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0023
Abstract This collection contains photographs made or collected by Thomas Chew Worthington, III. Subjects are Baltimore scenes, including architectural details, businesses, dhurches and cemeteries, government and public buildings, historic houses, monuments, museums, warehouses, and waterways. Documented events include a 1913 Advertising Men's Convention and the 1912 Democratic National Convention. Documented locations include numerous Baltimore city streets and neighborhoods, and Maryland counties...
Dates: 1899-1930