From portrait by Black. No. 8242-62. Saunders no. 2. Specimen Days no. 125. Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: Feinberg-Whitman Collection (Library of Congress).
Photograph shows four log cabins scattered along the hillside; prospectors stand near or atop piles of large rocks; a flume can be seen on the far left. Title devised by Library staff.
Photographic reproduction of a lithograph showing people standing at the front entrance to the Smithsonian Institution castle. Lower left corner: W Wade, del. Published in Historic of Public Architecture by Rob... More
Black and white photograph of whaling ship Josephine with cargo unloaded on pier. Numerous whale oil barrels covered in seaweed lying on sides on dock in foreground, in front of ship. Large multi-story commerci... More
Black and white photograph of Ship Chandlery & Maritime. Hardware building in Taber's Block at foot of Taber's Wharf, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Behind and to left of the 4-story brick and granite building is ... More
Photograph shows members of the family of Daniel Carroll (1764-1849) with African American man, seated and standing on the porch of Duddington house, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. Caption from another copy of ... More
Inscribed on verso: Col. John M. Harlan commanding the 10th Kentucky Volunteers (from a daguerreotype taken Oct. or Nov. 1861, when Harlan was 28 years of age). Reproduction of a daguerreotype. Unprocessed in P... More
17th century soldiers riding over drawbridge of castle into forest. Title from: Carl Friedrich Lessing, 1808-1880 : Handzeichnungen aus dem Cincinnati Art Museum, Ohio/USA : Ausstellung, 6. September, 2. Novemb... More
Photograph shows abolitionist Francis Jackson, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left. Title from item. Stamped on verso: Sewall Coll. Reference copy in BIOG FILE.
Black and white photograph of whaling ship at sea, sails unfurled, signal flags and American flag flying from masts. ship in profile, facing right. Courtesy of New Bedford Free Public Library
Black and white photograph of whaling schooner Pearl Nelson docked in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Ship built 1881, registered in 1893-1900. Courtesy of New Bedford Free Public Library