Kansas -- Photographs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 records:
Call Number: RH PH P139
Overview Collection of photographs created by the Albertype Company of street scenes and buildings in various Kansas towns.
Dates: approximately 1910
Call Number: RH MS A8
Overview This collection consists of glass plate negatives, a few prints, and C.J. Moore's catalogs of photographs he took. Photographic subjects include buildings and town views of Oketo, Marshall County, La Cygne, Linn County, and Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas; the University of Kansas in Lawrence; family portraits and vacation snapshots in the Midwest and Northeast of the United States; and other topics. The photographs mostly date from the 1890s-1920s; the volumes include information about...
Dates: 1893-1946 (bulk 1893-1922)
Call Number: RH PH 180
Overview This collection contains glass plate negatives of the Benham family, a 4th of July celebration, agricultural fair, and many town scenes from central Kansas.
Dates: approximately 1892
Call Number: RH PH 137
Overview Collection of photographic images of Kansas and other states from the late 19th century and early 20th century of towns, scenery, and events.
Dates: 1850 - 1916
Collection — Box 1-3
Call Number: RH PH 185
Overview Transparencies of Kansas and Missouri places during the 1960s used by Kansas Distributing Company to produce postcards. Includes some postcards.
Call Number: RH PH 519
Overview Photographic postcards from Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, and South Dakota, along with several postcards without a listed location. The postcards are grouped by state; the Kansas postcards and the postcards without a known location are grouped by topic.
Dates: 1904 - 1935
Call Number: RH PH 186
Overview Collecion consists of miscellaneous photographs of mostly unidentified people and locations in Kansas. Specific towns depicted include Hutchinson, Osage City, Emporia, Blue Mound, Pratt, Montezuma, and Dodge City.
Dates: 1882-1929; 1960-1963
Call Number: RH PH P2813
Overview Black and white photographic prints taken mostly in western Kansas by faculty and/or students associated with the University of Kansas, including ornithologist Charles D. (C. D.) Bunker. Many of the photographs focus on geologically interesting views; some are of individuals the KU faculty and/or students met during their travels.
Dates: 1911, 1927, undated
Call Number: RH PH 54
Overview Most of the collection is glass negatives, though some prints have been made from some of the negatives. The collection consists of images of locations in Kansas, New Mexico, Mexico, and Central and South America and were taken by the donor's grandfather, an engineer who worked with the Westinghouse power machinery manufacturing company.
Dates: approximately 1900-1940