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Photographs

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 348 Collections and/or Records:

Photographs of War-Devastated Caen

 Fonds — Volume Dk.2.1
Identifier: Coll-164
Scope and Contents

The collection of photographs and postcards shows the war devastation of Caen, June-July, 1944. The devastation is shown from different elevations, and feature not only the most prominent buildings but also the extent of the damage beyond the central area of the city. Some of the pictures show the streets and buildings of Caen before the bombings.

Dates: 1900-1945

Photographs of young dark-haired woman in a dramatic pose, c 1910-1930

 File
Scope and Contents

Photographs of young dark-haired woman in a dramatic pose. Two identical copies of photograph of a young dark-haired woman in a dramatic pose, wearing a loose-fitting archaic white robe and a flower garland in her hair, b/w, 29.5 x 18 cm, both copies mounted on stiff cardboard, one copy marked ‘Mrs Patuffa Hood ?’ on reverse.

Dates: c 1910-1930

Photographs: office blocks, 1950s

 File
Identifier: PJM/LCC/G/1
Scope and Contents

6 black and white photographic prints (20cm x 25cm) showing office blocks. 3 show an office block at 20 Albert Embankment, London, under construction; 2 show different architectural models of office blocks; 1 shows some flatted housing. These were part of the London County Council Architect's Department Collection.

Dates: 1950s

Photographs, regulation pamphlet, and examination paper relating to Masson Hall

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-1594
Identifier: Coll-2004
Content Description This fonds contains documents and photographs relating to Masson Hall, a hall of residence for women students who attended the University of Edinburgh. It consists of the following items: Two group photographs of students who resided at Masson Hall, dated 1943-44 and Summer 1946. One photograph bears the stamp of J. Campbell Harper, A.R.P.S, 181-185 Leith Walk, Leith, Edinburgh; One...
Dates: 1940s

Photographs related to Bryn Mawr, 1912-1913

 File
Identifier: Coll-705/6/2
Scope and Contents

File contains one photo album full of photos of exterior buildings of the Bryn Mawr campus, and a postcard sent to Marjorie Rackstraw at Birmingham University from Esther Davis and Clara B.

Dates: 1912-1913

Photographs relating to Willesden Borough Council, 1935-1938

 Series
Identifier: PJM/WBC/C
Scope and Contents Photographs relating to Willesden Borough Council consists of: 4 black and white photographic prints (12cm x 16cm) of Willesden Cemetery Keeper's House 1938 2 black and white negatives (8cm x 11cm) of Willesden Cemetery Keeper's House 1938 2 black and white photographic prints (16cm x 21cm) of the exterior of the Electricity showrooms on Willesden Lane. 1 is inscribed by...
Dates: 1935-1938

Photographs: the south prospect of London, 1666, 1950s

 Item
Identifier: PJM/LCC/G/4
Scope and Contents

1 black and white photographic print (21cm x 25cm) showing part of an historical drawing, from the Crace Collection, entitled "the South prospect of London as it appeared after that dreadfull (sic) fire in 1666". This print may be in negative and was part of the London County Council Architect's Department Collection.

Dates: 1950s

Photos related to Birmingham University, 1908-1915

 File
Identifier: Coll-705/6/1
Scope and Contents

Three photos in this file depict the "Ladies Hostel" at Birmingham University. The fourth photo shows 14 women seated on the steps of the building, and the note on the back of the photo reads "Birmingham? M. Fry in centre. ? Taken by M. Rackstraw?"

Dates: 1908-1915

Photos related to relief work, 1920-1945

 File
Identifier: Coll-705/6/3
Scope and Contents This file contains photos related to Majorie Rackstraw's relief work in Russia during 1920-1922, and her work in Germany with Displaced Persons during 1944-1945. The top photo is a group photo of 7 people in uniform, Marjorie Rackstraw is in the top row on the far left. The next photo is a group of women surrounding a woman in white in a wheelchair. The back of this photo reads "Polish bride with no legs. (As written by Meg!) UNRRA Germany, probably at Greven DP Camp where MR was welfare...
Dates: 1920-1945