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  • (Brooke, Rupert) Sherril Schell
    Rupert Brooke (photoengraving)

    London: Emery Walker Limited, 1916. Page is 11 x 8.5 inches, with plate impression 7.75 x 5.75 inches and image 5.2 x 6.5 inches. Sherril Schell was a US-born architectural and portrait photographer active in London during the earliest decades of the 20th century. ISBN: 281AIB1048948.

    Photograph was taken in 1913, printed in 1916. Page has tanning and there is a stain on upper portion of page not extending to plate impression. Remains a handsome image, suitable for framing.

    Book ID: 264337
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  • US Navy Ship Postcard

    1945. ISBN: 281AIB1044567.

    Near Fine

    Book ID: 228734
    Keywords: Photograph, Postcards, Used
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  • Car Photos

    . ISBN: 281AIB1020706.

    Fine

    Book ID: 92426
    Keywords: Automotive, Photograph, Used
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  • Car Photos

    . ISBN: 281AIB1020706.

    Near Fine

    Book ID: 92425
    Keywords: Automotive, Photograph, Used
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  • Robinson, Ralph L.
    UFW Rally, May 1, 1970

    Baltimore: Sunpapers, 1970. Two 6 by 9 inch gelatin silver prints showing marchers in support of the United Farm Workers in Baltimore. ISBN: 281AIB0104984.

    Very good with some marginal markings on the front and notes and stamps on the back (verso).

    Book ID: 51345
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  • Pineda, John
    Migrant Workers (George McGovern)

    Miami Herald, 1969. ISBN: 281AIB1015722.

    Very Good

    Book ID: 72370
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  • O'Bryon, Mike
    Migrant Children

    Miami Herald, 1974. ISBN: 281AIB1015727.

    Very Good

    Book ID: 72365
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  • Miller, Charles R.
    #1 Camp I

    McCloud, CA: Miller Photo Co, (n.d. but ca. 1910). 8-3/16 by 6-1/16 (image) on 11 by 8-1/2 mount. Image of approximately 40 loggers in front of a plain building. One or two of the men may be Indians. Probably McCloud Lumber Co. ISBN: 281AIB0077685.

    Medium contrast image with a bit of silvering at the edges. Stiff black paper mount very good or better, with Miller's McCloud blindstamp in lower right corner.

    Book ID: 42649
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  • Medina, Filomeno
    Photograph of Easter Floral Display

    Merced, CA: Filomeno Medina, (ca. 1900). "Paris Panel" mounted photograph: image 8 by 6-1/4; mount 8-3/4 by 7-3/4 inches. Not the most interesting picture, but this is a rare image by a 19th century Mexican American photographer. Mautz, in Biographies of Western Photographers, has Medina active ca. 1895. He appears in the 1900 census as a photographer. Your cataloguer could not locate him after that. ISBN: 281AIB1023352.

    Near Fine

    Book ID: 103712
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  • Levison, Marlin
    UFW March on A&P Store--Miami

    Miami Herald, 1973. 10 by 7.5 inches. Vintage gelatin silver print. A boy in the foreground looks at the camera and waves a homemade United Farm Workers flag. Picketers, mostly children, march in the background. ISBN: 281AIB0105794.

    Fine, with good contract. Datestamp, handwritten caption, and other markings on the verso (back).

    Book ID: 51581
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  • Levin, Wayne
    Untitled (aquarium photograph)

    . ISBN: 281AIB1018248.

    Very Good

    Book ID: 81300
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  • Coya, Albert
    Migrant Workers (Housing)

    Miami Herald, 1965. ISBN: 281AIB1015723.

    Near Fine

    Book ID: 72369
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  • Cohn, Marice
    Juan Jose 1, in His Playpen and Next to Him Roberto 7; foreground Ruddy 5

    Miami Herald?, 1979. ISBN: 281AIB1015724.

    Fine

    Book ID: 72368
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  • Washington College, Washington, Pennsylvania, Class of 1862 CVD Collection

    1862. The collection consists of portraits of all 30 members of the Washington College Class of 1862 (see the Biographical and Historical Catalogue of Washington and Jefferson College, pages 395-399). The CDVs are all signed or inscribed, and were presented to classmate T. Milton Todd, who became a doctor in California, which is probably how they ended up on the West Coast. An image of his portrait is attached. Twenty-seven of 30 portraits are full-length poses taken in the same room, which has distinctive carpeting. The other three are head-and-shoulder's portraits. Most of the CDVs have small notations at the top reading "Todd", which suggests that a set was made for each member. Accompanying the 30 CDVs of the Class…

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    1862. The collection consists of portraits of all 30 members of the Washington College Class of 1862 (see the Biographical and Historical Catalogue of Washington and Jefferson College, pages 395-399). The CDVs are all signed or inscribed, and were presented to classmate T. Milton Todd, who became a doctor in California, which is probably how they ended up on the West Coast. An image of his portrait is attached. Twenty-seven of 30 portraits are full-length poses taken in the same room, which has distinctive carpeting. The other three are head-and-shoulder's portraits. Most of the CDVs have small notations at the top reading "Todd", which suggests that a set was made for each member. Accompanying the 30 CDVs of the Class of 1862, are 8 CDVs of members of other classes from the 1860s; 7 of them are taken in the same room as the class of 1862. We could not immediately identify four additional CDVs, but as three were taken in the same room, they are also probably Washington College students or staff. All four unidentified CVDs are signed, so further research may yield a positive identification. ISBN: 281AIB1017519.

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    Near Fine

    Book ID: 78325
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  • Walrus of Kodiak Cabinet Card Photograph

    . ISBN: 281AIB1023358.

    Very Good

    Book ID: 103747
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  • Sea of Galilee Stereoview

    (1880s?). ISBN: 281AIB1040329.

    Good

    Book ID: 204273
    Keywords: Photograph, Postcards, Used
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  • Newton Steel Strike Press Photographs

    Monroe, Michigan: Three vintage gelatin silver prints of the Newton Steel Strike. In June 1937, the Steel Workers Organizing Committee (SWOC) struck the steel plant in Monroe, Michigan, southeast of Ann Arbor, on the shores of Lake Eire. The mayor of the town deputized several hundred men as special police to break the strike. The SWOC reacted by blockading the plant. These photographs depict the special police attacking the strikers on June 10. The plant reopened that day, and while the strike went on sporadically, Newton Steel continued. The images are 1) 10 by 8 inches, captioned "Vigilantes await word to move on the barrier" on the verso (back). At the center of the image, a knot of men, each…

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    Monroe, Michigan: Three vintage gelatin silver prints of the Newton Steel Strike. In June 1937, the Steel Workers Organizing Committee (SWOC) struck the steel plant in Monroe, Michigan, southeast of Ann Arbor, on the shores of Lake Eire. The mayor of the town deputized several hundred men as special police to break the strike. The SWOC reacted by blockading the plant. These photographs depict the special police attacking the strikers on June 10. The plant reopened that day, and while the strike went on sporadically, Newton Steel continued. The images are 1) 10 by 8 inches, captioned "Vigilantes await word to move on the barrier" on the verso (back). At the center of the image, a knot of men, each wearing armbands, hold clubs in the air. Townspeople and non-striking workers mill around them. 2) 9 by 7 inches, captioned "Flight" on the verso (back). A tear gas bomb has just detonated at the upper left of the image and parts of the crowd, suddenly aware of the attach, are just beginning to run. Policemen and armband-wearing special deputies are visible in the background. This image, as an AP Wirephoto, appeared on the front page of the Oakland Tribune on June 11, 1937 (this is an original photograph, not a wire photo). 3) 10 by 8 inches, captioned "Wives of strikers show they are good 'gas eaters'" on the verso (back). This shows a similar view to the second photo, but the strikers' blockade line is filled with tear gas and most of the workers have fled. A handful of men and women stand in the foreground, rags over their mouths and noses. Some carry makeshift weapons--sticks and boards. A large group of club-carrying strike breakers has gathered in the distance. These are three powerful images taken during the thick of the action. ISBN: 281AIB0105786.

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    All three photographs have date stamps, handwritten or typed captions, and layout instructions on the verso (back). Some cracking to surface and spotting, but generally very good, clear images.

    Book ID: 51582
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  • Migrant Workers (Sam Flint Camp II)

    Miami Herald (?), 1968. ISBN: 281AIB1015725.

    Fine

    Book ID: 72367
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  • Marshall School Photos

    Fortuna, CA: Seely Studio, 1940s. ISBN: 281AIB1039845.

    Very Good

    Book ID: 202022
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  • Log Slip, Mill B, the Pacific Lumber Co., Scotia, Calif. (S-873) [postcard]

    [Crescent City, CA]: Art Ray, [1950s]. ISBN: 281AIB1016022.

    Fine

    Book ID: 73148
    Keywords: Photograph, Postcards, Used
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