Kansas -- Photographs
Found in 14 Records:
Photograph album from a family possibly based in Kansas City, Kansas, including residential interior scenes, railway and bridge scenes, parades or other celebrations, and exterior residential scenes.
Collection of photographs created by the Albertype Company of street scenes and buildings in various Kansas towns.
This collection contains glass plate negatives of the Benham family, a 4th of July celebration, agricultural fair, and many town scenes from central Kansas.
Collection of photographic images of Kansas and other states from the late 19th century and early 20th century of towns, scenery, and events.
Transparencies of Kansas and Missouri places during the 1960s used by the Kansas Distributing Company to produce postcards. Includes some postcards, which are all located in box 3. Images from each location may include building exteriors (rarely interiors), historical markers or monuments, or farming or other outdoor scenes. Buildings typically include schools, courthouses, hotels and motels, hospitals, churches and chapels, and historic structures.
The Leslie Carson Wolfe collection consists mostly of Lawrence Photo Alliance (LPA, later renamed as the Lawrence Photography Club) materials, including newsletters, fliers, and photographs taken by LPA members, including Wolfe. Also included are a few historical photographs that are undated but probably from the late 19th or early 20th century that Wolfe collected.
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.
Photograph album that belonged to Paul A. Black, including photographs of family and friends, as well as of his travels to various parts of Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, California, and elsewhere.
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.
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.
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.