Presumed owner of the real estate located at W Main St , Carmi.
Associated persons: Jessie H Higginson. William E Higginson , age Presumed owner of the real estate located at Heather Ln , Henderson.
Associated persons: Patsy R Higginson. William C Higginson. Associated persons: James wilder Green , Wilder Green. William Bolles Higginson. William E Higginson. Presumed owner of the real estate located at Skall Dr , San Jose. Associated persons: Diep Higginson. The California Views from the R. Waterman Family Papers collection contains photographic prints, 8 stereographs, and 3 cartes de visite taken circa Consists of the papers of R. Materials date from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Includes ephemera related to fraternal organizations and clubs within California. The types of ephemera in the Photographs and postcards from his student days at Stanford; subjects include Frosh-Soph Tie-Up, the Big Game bonfire, athletic contests, the Cardinal Club a student rooming house on campus , and groups of students.
There are also several images of Santa Cruz, This collection contains correspondence, writings, reprints, and other materials that document the research and teaching career of Aaron C. Chuck Waters is an American stuntman and actor who has worked on more than films, including , , , the Indiana Jones trilogy, and. The collection includes scripts, notes, photographs, stunt reels, articles, and ephemera relating to Waters' Contains materials dated from , including drawings and source material, contents page, introduction of the book and typed carbon of pages of the manuscript.
Contains two pages of the Hopi alphabet and a list of the Hopi Indian spokesmen Scrapbook of photographs, programs, letters, printed ephemera collected by Tec 4 John R. Waters served in the Adjutant General's office of the 17th Airborne, and spent Maxine Waters was elected to the California Assembly in She represented the 48th Assembly District, which included a portion of south central Los Angeles and the suburbs of Lynwood and South Gate.
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The Maxine Waters Papers consist of Collection consists of a published set of 15 small photographs of Stanford University with their original paper case. Images include various views of the inner quad, entrance gates on Palm Drive, the Mausoleum, Encina Hall, the Museum, front view of Norman S. Waters, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member from to The Norm Waters Papers consists of 13 cubic feet of textual records and spans the years The collection is organized into the following series: Bill Files, The Views of Donner Lake, California album contains 16 photographic prints consisting of views of Donner Lake from various perspectives taken circa The album was created by R.
Views of the garden at the estate of Stanley McCormick in Montecito, primarily showing bridges, dams, pools, etc. The collection consists of photographs, with the majority being from Watkins's California mission series, Yosemite series, and pacific coast series. A few additional prints are from the Columbia River and Oregon series, studio portraits, and various images from the Included are views of yucca and cactus plants, desert landscapes, mines, Mission San Xavier, and the towns of Tucson, Tombstone, and Pantano, among others The collection consists of albumen prints on their original 22 x 28 inch mounts.
Watkins circa Watkins probably began photographing the missions while returning from a trip to Southern California in , during which he also photographed scenes along The two remaining photographs in the collection are of the Large format photographs of Western landscapes by C. Watkins and W. Jackson, collected by George Davidson.
Watkins views include Mt. Lassen, Mt. Shasta ? Lola , and various Yosemite views Jackson views are of Yellowstone National Park A set of four albums of mammoth plate photographs by American photographer Carleton E. Watkins made approximately in California, Nevada, and Arizona. The albums contain photographs and are titled: and. Watkins The prints were in a two-volume set, now disbound, containing a title page dated and a This collection features images taken in of lumbering activities along the Mendocino County Coast, north of San Francisco. A miscellaneous grouping of mammoth plate photographic prints by or attributed to Carleton E.
Chiefly California landscape views. Carleton E.
Watkins was a 19th century photographer based in San Francisco who made his name documenting the rapid growth of the American West, and whose name is frequently associated with the birth of the photographic medium — particularly with This collection contains photographs by photographer Carleton E. Watkins that chiefly depict buildings, points of interest, and locales in Northern and Southern California in the s and s, as well as photographs by photographer Alfred A. Hart documenting The collection consists of an album containing albumen photographs of estates and the countryside of Sonoma Valley, California taken by Watkins in for the Sonoma Valley Improvement Company as a promotional tool.
A portfolio of two related sets of riverbed mining views on the Feather River in Butte County, California. These views constitute C.
Watkins' last known commercial commission and were taken in November, A miscellany of mammoth plate landscape photographs assembled by The Bancroft Library from various sources. The great majority of images are by Carleton E.
Chiefly Yosemite views. Also includes San Francisco and vicinity and several California missions. Photos show interiors including decor and furniture and the conservatory at the Darius O. Mills residence, presumably in Millbrae, Calif. Included are views of mines, mills, and mining towns of the California gold country, and several views of railroads in the Cabinet card photographs from Watkins' new cabinet series are captioned: -- Tombstone, Arizona [showing general view of Twelve Yosemite views printed and issued by I.
Taber, from original negatives taken by Carleton E. To this set are added one view of the Columbia River and one of Mount Shasta, probably both taken by Watkins on his Watkins circa to circa The collection features various views of San Francisco, and includes two prints Nos. Most views are in the vicinity of El Cerrito, California. Captions indicate that views were for use in case "No. The Scenic California collection contains 14 mounted albumen prints taken circa by Carleton E. Mammoth plate California landscape views formerly belonging to artist William Keith.
The majority of views are by photographer Carleton E. Watkins from circa to circa The photographs are arranged by and numbered with Watkins' series number. The collection includes views from the This collection contains stereographs by photographer Carleton E. Watkins, dating from the s to about the s, that chiefly depict buildings and locales in Northern and Southern California.
From the description of Notes in Divinity School, The letter says : " He has been settled in Paris four years, is master of the language, has an extensive acquaintance among those in administration of the French government and has much influence with them. Unitarian clergyman, army officer, abolitionist, women's rights activist, and poet, of Cambridge, Mass. Letter : New York, N. Willian John Hawkins. American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. She married and moved to Los Angeles ca.
Watkins during the years Watkins in featuring views of early San Mateo County. Especially featured is the Baywood residence and estate of financier John Parrott, built in This collection consists of 16 albumen prints taken by Carleton E. Watkins, circa circa The Yosemite Views collection includes 22 mounted albumen prints taken by Carleton E. Yosemite views in the mammoth plate format, chiefly taken by Carleton E.
Watkins during his trip to the valley. One volume contains photographs of Stanford, including the bonfire, football crowds in the Stanford stadium, the rooting section at games, fellow students Arthur G.
Holmes and Leonard F. Wilbur, and various campus scenes; as well as postcards of Palo Alto Frances Emma Watkins, born December 27, and died circa , was an anthropologist specializing in the American Southwest, publishing mostly in the s and s. Watkins was an employee of the Southwest Museum of the American Indian from Album with 31 pictures of Watkins Glen, New York, and other locations, many having to do with oil exploration.