Glass plate negatives
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of glass plate and nitrate negatives of studio portraits of individuals who exemplify the style and fashion of the West for the latter 1800s to the early 20th century. 19 DVD-R discs are also included. The digital files provide positive scans of a selection of negatives from the collection.
Collection contains two sets of 8 x 10" glass plate and nitrate black-and-white negatives taken by King's firm in April 1933. One set of 92 out of an original 100 b&w glass plate negatives was used for reproducing aerial photographs of the city of Denver, Colo. based on a defined, numbered grid of 100 images. The other set of 45 b&w glass plate and 6 b&w nitrate negatives were used for creating an aerial mosaic of the city of Denver, Colo.
Photographic prints and glass plate negatives created by Edward Boos which primarily depict Kalispel, Pend d’Oreille, Salish, and Kootenai people in Montana from 1899 to 1908.
Collection contains a burlap covered scrapbook with metal hinges and lock published by Felix Bagel, Dusseldorf, German containing magin illustrations by German painter, C. M. Seyppel. The scrapbook has photographs, typed and printed poetry, quotes and newspaper clippings pasted in by Beam. Additional items include black and white photographs and negatives of Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon, Taos Pueblo, airplanes, and locomotives.