1311 results found for: genres:"Glass plate negatives"

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1930

Arvilla Sarepta Haynes, America's oldest telephone operator, at the switchboard

Chesterfield (N.H.) - Feature Story: oldest telephone operator, died at the age of 83 (1846-1930). Worked for a quarter century at the Harmony and Wellington Telephone Company exchange.

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1926

Biplane taking off in a field, tall ship in the background

South Dartmouth (Mass.) - From a series of images of "Colonel" Green, son of the financially successful "Witch of Wall Street" Hetty Green. Funded the restoration of the last surviving American whaling ship, the "Charles W. Morgan" of New Bedford, a project funded by Col. Edward Green Electric automobile.

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1922

Charles A. Garland: informal portrait

East Middleborough (Mass.) - From a series of images of Garland and his "Millionaire Love Farm," reputed to be a site for practice of his radical communitarian and Free Love ideas.

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1894

Harvesting potatoes with horse drawn harvester, Massachusetts Agricultural College

Amherst (Mass.) - Image of horse-drawn harvester turning up a row of potatoes. From a series of glass plate negatives probably taken by Newton Shultis (MAC 1896) who used a Hawkeye camera during his student years.

Newton Shultis Papers

1894

Two students looking out of a South College dorm window, Massachusetts Agricultural College

Amherst (Mass.) - Image of two students, one wearing a football jersey, looking out of a dorm room window. In 1894, Newton Shultis (MAC 1896) lived in 18 South College. From a series of glass plate negatives probably taken by Shultis who used a Hawkeye camera during his student years.

Newton Shultis Papers

1894 Oct. 17

Sheaf of millet on field west of Hatch Barn, Massachusetts Agricultural College farm

Amherst (Mass.) - Beautiful stack of harvested millet in the field. From a series of glass plate negatives probably taken by Newton Shultis (MAC 1896) who used a Hawkeye camera during his student years.

Newton Shultis Papers

1894

Amherst street, near Massachusetts Agricultural College

Amherst (Mass.) - View down a street with church steeple in distance; probably taken in Amherst. From a series of glass plate negatives probably taken by Newton Shultis (MAC 1896) who used a Hawkeye camera during his student years.

Newton Shultis Papers

1894

Vegetable garden and cold frames, near Massachusetts Agricultural College

Amherst (Mass.) - View from above of an immaculate vegetable garden with an array of cold frames. From a series of glass plate negatives probably taken by Newton Shultis (MAC 1896) who used a Hawkeye camera during his student years.

Newton Shultis Papers