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Pho. Photography

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Identifier: Pho
This topic includes manuscript collections of which the majority of the collection is photographs or related to photography.

Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:

Edith Shaw family and Provident Hospital photo album

 Collection
Identifier: Midwest-MS-ShawE
Abstract Photograph album of Chicago nurse Edith A. Shaw (1910-1993), an African American woman who resided on the South Side of Chicago. Shaw graduated from Provident Hospital's nursing student program in 1932. Photographs in the album include her family, her friends and fellow students, nurses and doctors, and some photos taken in and outside of the hospital. Also includes a lot of candid photography at the beach and with friends, along with some formal portraits of her family and from her sister...
Dates: approximately 1923-1943

Edna St. Vincent Millay photograph

 Item
Identifier: Midwest-MS-55
Abstract One black and white photograph of Edna St. Vincent Millay, an American lyrical poet and playwright who won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1923.
Dates: approximately 1925

Elmo Scott Watson photographs

 Collection
Identifier: Ayer-Photographs-box-71-73, 87
Abstract Primarily albumen and gelatin photographic prints plus five glass plate negatives which have been removed from the western history subject files of the Elmo Scott Watson Papers. Consists mainly of nineteenth and twentieth century portraits and images of Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Crow and Sioux Indians, some group photos, and a miscellany of half and full stereographs of non-western locations.
Dates: approximately 1860-1936

Emma B. Freeman photographs of Yurok and Hupa Indians

 Collection
Identifier: Ayer-Photographs-box-99-101
Abstract Posed images of Yurok and Hupa Indians taken in the studio and in outdoor settings in Eureka and Humboldt County, 1914-1918.,Soft-focused and stylized, the portraits are not accurate representations of Indian dress or ways. Included are images of Robert Spott, Bertha Stevens, Vivian Chase, Hazel Ferris, Grace Wayman, and Ed. Pearch. There are also a few shots of older Indians taken at the Hoopa and Klamath reservations, and there is one portrait of Emma B. Freeman.
Dates: 1914-1918

Eugene Olshansky Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: Dance-MS-Olshansky
Abstract Photographs of productions staged by the Original Ballets Russes (aka the Ballet Russes du Col. W. de Basil) and the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo between 1935 and 1941, taken by Chicago businessman and balletomane Eugene Olshansky. Also, two operatic portraits, a few personal photographs, and several pieces of ephemera.
Dates: 1935-1986; Majority of material found within 1935 - 1941

Evangelina E. Lewis Photographic Postcard Collection of the Philippine Islands

 Collection
Identifier: Ayer-Modern-MS-LewisE
Abstract Collection of photographic postcards collected by Evangelina E. Lewis produced possibly by the photographer Samuel M. Shera. Postcards mostly depict figures, events, architecture, and landscapes in the Philippines.
Dates: approximately 1915-1916

F. Peter Weil Collection of Photographs of the Tosia Mundstock Dance Group

 Collection
Identifier: Dance-MS-Weil
Abstract 85 photographs of an amateur Detroit modern dance group led by German dancer Tosia Mundstock.
Dates: approximately 1946-1950

Fred B. Hackett papers

 Collection
Identifier: Ayer-Modern-MS-Hackett
Abstract Materials pertaining to Fred B. Hackett, a member of the Chicago Corral of The Westerners, who, for a time, lived and worked among the Oglala Sioux at the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. The material includes a report of the proceedings of the council held on September 21-22, 1903 at Pine Ridge Agency in South Dakota between Congressman E. W. Martin and the delegates of five different tribes of Indians, relative to the Black Hills treaty of 1876; a typed description of the Sun Dance...
Dates: 1882-1963

George M. Templeton papers

 Collection
Identifier: VAULT-folio-Graff-4099
Abstract Includes Templeton's diaries for the years 1862-1868 when he was stationed at Fort C.F. Smith in Montana. The Fort was established in 1866 and abandoned in 1868. Collection also includes correspondence, etc., of the various collectors who have held the collection or parts of it.
Dates: 1852-1958

G.W. Parsons photographs of Osage Indians

 Collection
Identifier: Ayer-Photographs-box-83-84
Abstract Studio photographs, ca. 1880-ca. 1900, of Osage Indians posed as individuals and family groups. With the exception of Red Eagle, Minnie Deloria, and Bilie Connor, the Indians are unidentified. There is also one outdoor shot with the caption "War Dance."
Dates: approximately 1880-approximately 1900

Harriet Lundgren Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Dance-MS-Lundgren
Abstract Material relating to the career of Chicago ballet dancer Harriet Lundgren. Includes three scrapbooks of clippings, articles, pictures and reviews regarding Lundgren, other dancers, and opera singers of the 1920s and 1930s. Also, a few articles and magazine excerpts on the ballet, several programs, and a collection of miscellaneous photographs of performers and celebrities.
Dates: 1917-1991; Majority of material found within 1920 - 1938

Helen Balfour Morrison Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Midwest-MS-Morrison
Abstract Personal and professional papers of American photographer and artist Helen Balfour Morrison. Born in Evanston, Illinois in 1900, Morrison undertook several artistic photography projects that were exhibited throughout the United States during the 1930s and 1940s. Her longtime collaboration with dancer Sybil Shearer involved further artistic endeavors through stage lighting designs and filmmaking.
Dates: 1906-2001; Majority of material found within 1920 - 1984

Helen Balfour Morrison photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: Midwest-MS-Morrison PC
Abstract A preliminary inventory of photographs taken by Helen Balfour Morrison intended for a “Great Americans” series of portraits. The collection includes over 900 prints, with over 550 unique images. Individuals represent a wide range of professions including visual and performing artists, educators and academics, architects, journalist and literary writers, scientists, social activists, and business and government leaders.
Dates: approximately 1935-approximately 1957

Henry Probasco home ("Oakwood") and family photographs

 Collection
Identifier: Midwest-MS-194
Abstract Copies of photographs originally produced approximately 1890 of the Henry Probasco’s Cincinnati home, "Oakwood," and of his family. The photographs of the interior include one of the library. The shot of the exterior is of his family on the front steps of their home.
Dates: approximately 1890

Hobart Chatfield Chatfield-Taylor Photograph

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Identifier: Midwest-MS-001
Abstract Photograph of author H. C. Chatfield-Taylor, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, taken by Pirie MacDonald.
Dates: approximately 1935

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Records

 Collection
Identifier: Dance-MS-Hubbard
Abstract Hubbard Street Dance Company (renamed Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in 1993) was founded by dancer and choreographer Lou Conte in 1977 and has become one of the most successful and most internationally known dance companies to hail from Chicago. Records include administrative files, publicity materials, and audiovisual records of performances of the company.
Dates: 1971-2014

Ira M. Whiteman Collection of Photographs and Military Paraphernalia

 Collection
Identifier: Midwest-MS-Whiteman
Abstract Sixteen photographs and fourteen artifacts of military paraphernalia belonging to Ira M. Whiteman, relating to the Spanish-American War. Includes commercial photographs by Waterman of Chicago showing Cuba in 1899 and Camp Cuba Libre in Jacksonville, Fla.; other photos are of Havana Harbor, of Whiteman and other soldiers, and of “Muster-Out Day”. Military artifacts include badges, buttons, an epaulet, medals and a reputed piece of the USS Maine.
Dates: 1898-1899

J. W. "Duke" Wellington Slide Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ayer-Modern-MS-Wellington
Abstract Copies of color 35 mm. slide sets, slide captions, and commentaries documenting Assiniboine and Gros Ventre ceremonies performed at the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, Montana, approximately 1950-1952, prepared by J. W. "Duke" Wellington, who was Bureau of Indian Affairs superintendent at the reservation, 1947-1954.
Dates: approximately 1950-1975

John Crerar Library Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: Midwest-MS-204
Abstract Three albumen photographs by architectural photographer R. Capes of the interior of the John Crerar Library in the Marshall Field building in the Chicago Loop district. The photographs have been mislabeled as the Newberry Library.
Dates: approximately 1900

John K. Hillers photographs of Zuni, Hopi and Rio Grande River Pueblos in New Mexico and Arizona

 Collection
Identifier: Ayer-Photographs-box-94-96
Abstract From 1879 to 1882, John K. Hillers traveled to the Southwest with Frank Hamilton Cushing and James Stevenson under the auspices of the Bureau of American Ethnology. This collection of 72 photographic prints consists of Hillers’ photographic record of the pueblos, archeological ruins, and peoples of Arizona and New Mexico taken during this trip. These photographs are part of the Edward E. Ayer Photograph Collection.
Dates: 1879-1882

Joseph Huebner dance photographs

 Collection
Identifier: Dance-MS-Huebner
Abstract Joseph Huebner was the University of Notre Dame Library's Fine Arts Bibliographer for 30 years, retiring in 1998. He donated souvenir books, programs, and dance ephemera which were interfiled into the Barzel Dance Research collection, and also donated framed dance photographs showing many ballet stars, including George Balanchine, Suzanne Farrell, Peter Martins, Natalia Makarova, and Ivan Nagy. Also includes a framed photograph of Joffrey dancers Trinity Hamilton and Sam Franke performing...
Dates: approximately 1970-approximately 2005

L.A. Huffman photographs

 Collection
Identifier: Vault-oversize-Graff-2000
Abstract Sixteen photographic portraits of Indians and photographs of scenes in the West by Huffman, a professor of journalism (University of Illinois, Northwestern University, University of Denver) and western frontier historian.
Dates: 1883-1907

Lars Luick Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Midwest-MS-Luick
Abstract Artistic output of Lars Luick, a Chicago photographer and collage / postal artist. This collection of his work includes photographs of Balanchine's funeral, the Boitsov Classical Ballet Company, and the Dance Theatre of Harlem. Also includes works of art and collages, notebooks of ideas and inspirations, decorated mixtape cassettes, and mail art.
Dates: 1964-2008

Louise St. John Westervelt Collection of Theatrical and Musical Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: Midwest-MS-Westervelt
Abstract Photographs, mainly cabinet photographs, of nineteenth-century musical and theatrical persons.
Dates: 1869-1930; Majority of material found within 1869 - 1891

Maxwell Street Market photograph

 Item
Identifier: Midwest-MS-37
Abstract One black and white photograph of Maxwell Street Market from May 1962. Pictured in the foreground are a seated women selling clothing and man strolling down the sidewalk. In the background are shoppers, sellers, cars, buses, with a viaduct and buildings in the distance.
Dates: May 1962