(About 35,000 photographs; all negatives and a selection of photographic prints; records being added.) Date:1850 - 1945 PH Filing Series Photographs Selected individual photographic prints of great aesthetic, technical, or historic importance and similarly significant sets of unbound prints in published or unpublished portfolios.(More than 3,200 photographic prints and photographic portfolios.) Date:1841 - 2001 Posters: Artist Posters Posters notable for their design by artists (some unidentified) from all countries. (About 2,100 posters.) Date:1840 - 1936 Posters: Spanish Civil War Posters Posters sponsored by Republican and anti-Republican groups, trade unions, Catalonian nationalists, and international factions, on themes relating to the causes, conduct, and consequences of the civil war.C.-based firm, showing people, events, architecture in Washington, D. C., and throughout the United States, as well as political figures, and people in the U. (2,500 negatives and transparencies; about 500 catalog records; records being added.) Date:1980 - 2009 Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record/Historic American Landscapes Survey Measured drawings, photographs, and written historical and architectural information for structures and sites dating from the 17th-20th centuries in the U. Consists primarily of photos in the Johnston collection for which copy photos have been produced. (About 2,500 drawings.) Date:1869 - 1990 Lawrence & Houseworth Collection Stereographic halves from the series published as Gems of California Scenery showing major settlements, boom towns, placer and hydraulic mining operations, shipping and transportation routes, and scenic sites in northern California and western Nevada.(About 1,700 photographs; selection from full collection; records being added.) Date:1850 - 1949 Lamb Studios Archive Preparatory and study sketches for stained glass windows, murals, mosaics, furnishings, metalwork, and interior architecture designed by J. (About 900 photographic prints.) Date:1862 - 1867 Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs Close to 700 ambrotype and tintype photographs highlight both Union and Confederate soldiers during the American Civil War. C.), as well as Europe and Mexico, mostly by American architects and architectural firms. (Note: Original materials are served by appointment.) (About 40,000 drawings, ca.Consists of photos in the Carpenter collection for which copy photos have been produced.(About 1,600 color transparencies.) Date:1939 - 1944 Fine Prints Relief, intaglio, and planographic prints, and other print media by artists and printmakers from the U.S., Europe, Africa, Canada, Latin America, Australia, and Asia.
(About 1,000 photographic prints (selection from full collection).) Date:1890 - 1929 Detroit Publishing Company Chiefly scenes in U. and Latin America, including landscapes, cityscapes, historic sites, architecture, vessels, industry, etc.Abdul Hamid II Collection Photographic survey of the Ottoman Empire, showing educational, military, and other government facilities as well as historic sites. Handy studios; chiefly portraits of presidents, members of Congress, military and naval officers, justices of the Supreme Court, actors, artists, religious leaders, and other notables. (About 1,100 slides.) Date:1987 - 2000 Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South Noted architectural photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) created a systematic record of early American buildings and gardens called the Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South (CSAS), which pictures an estimated 1,700 structures and sites in rural and urban areas of Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana, and to a lesser extent Florida, Mississippi, and West Virginia.(About 1,800 photographs.) Date:1880 - 1893 African American Photographs Assembled for 1900 Paris Exposition Photos gathered for use in the American Negro Exhibit at the Paris Exposition, consisting of portraits and scenes of education, work, and daily life. (More than 7,100 photographs.) Date:1926 - 1944 Carpenter Collection Photos produced and gathered by Frank and Frances Carpenter to illustrate popular writings on world geography.(700.) Date:1860 - 1865 Lomax Collection Snapshots documenting sound recording expeditions carried out by John Avery Lomax, Alan Lomax, and Ruby Terrill Lomax for the Archive of American Folk Song, including African American and Latino musicians, singers, and dancers, primarily in the southern United States and the Bahamas.(About 400 photographs.) Date:1934 - 1950 Look Collection U. and international lifestyles, celebrities, and events, made for use in LOOK magazine.