13132 results found for: genres:"Black-and-white photographs"

Gallery view

1960 Oct. 17

J. B., Siauw Hian Bie

J. B. Siaw Hiam Bie

Photograph of Siauw. Note on back from Bie.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1959

Associated Publishers

Photograph of William M. Brewer

Photograph of William M. Brewer.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1957 Aug. 7

Graves, Anna Melissa, 1875-1964

Elizabeth Graves

Covington (La.) - Photograph of Elizabeth Graves, Anna Melissa Graves' daughter, at age 12.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1959 Dec. 30

Harvard College (1780-) . Class of 1890

Signed photograph

Photograph of William M. Brewer; inscribed to Du Bois from Brewer at the Harvard class Reunion.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1900

Pach Brothers (Firm)

Elizabeth T. Channing: half-length studio portrait, seated

Cambridge (Mass.) - Vignetted image of Elizabeth (b. 1892) as a young girl, daughter of Harvard historian Edward Channing.

Thacher-Channing Family Papers

1962

Schwarz, Abs. H.

Schwarz holiday picture

Germany - Informing Du Bois about family happenings.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1885

Knowlton Bros.

Harriet Preble Thacher Lathe: half-length studio portrait, in profile

Northampton (Mass.) - Image of Harriet Preble Lathe, daughter of Stephen Thacher.

Thacher-Channing Family Papers

1967

David Entin checks construction progress on self help school

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - David Entin leaning a hand against a building frame, in discussion with two local people at construction site. From back of photo: "Dave Entin checks construction progress on a new self help school being built by the people of Hao Hai village." Probably taken by a US government photographer.

David Entin Papers

1967

District chief Tran Huu Le

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Close-up of district chief Lt. Tran Huu Le, one hand slightly raised, addressing the people of Thanh Lien village at a village meeting. Probably taken by a US government photographer.

David Entin Papers

1942 July

Langland, Judy G. Wood

Looks like New England, doesn't it?

Bread Load (Vt.) - View of a stream with covered bridge, presumably near Bread Loaf.

Joseph Langland Papers