Pictures, drawings, paintings
New York circa 1907. “Knickerbocker Hotel, Broadway & 42nd Street.” 8×10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.
June 17, 1912. “Stanford University varsity crew at Poughkeepsie, N.Y., boat house.” Capt. Seward, second from left. 5×7 glass negative.
Circa 1904. “Fiske House and beach, Old Orchard, Maine.” Reduced to ashes along with 16 other hotels in the Great Fire of August 15, 1907. 8×10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.
New York, December 1913. “Hook & Ladder Company No. 7, Third Avenue and 15th Street.” 5×7 inch glass negative, Bain News Service.
1903. “Plant of the Consolidated Naval Stores Company, Pensacola, Florida. Resin and turpentine.” 8×10 inch dry plate glass negative.
Circa 1910. “Morgan residence — St. Clair Flats, Michigan.” 8×10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.
San Francisco, 1928. “DeSoto Six sedan.” Perhaps doing some advance location scouting for Jimmy Stewart’s Firedome coupe three decades hence. 5×7 glass negative by Christopher Helin.
Washington, D.C. “Tech High football, 1919.” As soon as we’re done with our homework, look out. 8×10 glass negative, National Photo Co.
Washington, D.C, 1919. “Police coffee.” Continuing this caffeinated, steamy saga. National Photo Company Collection glass negative.
Nov. 16, 1923. Washington, D.C. “Shura Cherkassky, father Isaac & mother Lydia.” The Russian-born piano prodigy at the age of 12. National Photo Company Collection glass negative.
CHERKASSKY STRAUSS-SCHULZ-EVLER ‘ON THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE DANUBE’ ‘LIVE’ 1990 SCRIABIN ETUDE ENCORE.
Washington, D.C, circa 1920. “Police coffee.” Backed by the Salvation Army’s powerful message of hope and/or thrift. 8×10 glass negative.
June 7, 1944. “Maser Music showroom, Mission and Washburn streets, San Francisco.” On display on D-Day Plus One, a selection of Wurlitzer jukeboxes and two Mills Panoram “Soundies” machines, a sort of early video jukebox that played 16mm film loops of musical acts for a dime. 8×10 inch acetate negative, late of the Wyland Stanley and Marilyn Blaisdell collections.