Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Opaque photographs, usually positive (i.e., reproducing appearances without tonal reversal, otherwise use "negative prints"), usually on paper, and generally, but not always, printed from a negative.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Norman "Jim" S. Archibald Collection
Abstract Norman "Jim" Silas Archibald (1894-1975) of Seattle, Washington served in the U.S. Army Air Service, 95th Aero Squadron during World War I, and later published a bestselling book on his experience. He served again in the Air Force during World War II at home in Seattle. The collection contains correspondence, military documents, photographs, and other materials relating to Archibald's life and military service.
Ray M. and Leonard H. Grimshaw Collection
Abstract Ray (1894-1969) and Leonard (1888-1971) Grimshaw were brothers who served as mechanics during World War I. The collection contains correspondence, military documents, photographs, clippings, newspapers, a diary, and booklets primarily relating to the military service of Ray M. Grimshaw but also includes a small selection of correspondence from his brother, Leonard.
Nancy Harkness Collection of World War I Photograph Albums
Abstract Three albums of World War I photographs depicting various squadrons and corps of the United States Air Service stationed along the French-German border during and after the war.
Lansing C. Holden Photograph Collection
Collection — Folder 1
Abstract Lansing C. Holden Photograph Collection includes photographs and a clipping relating to World War I pilot and ace Lansing C. Holden.
Elvie A. Myers World War I Photographs
Abstract Elvie A. Myers (born 1889) was an aerial photographer for the United States Army Air Corps at the end of World War I. The collection is comprised of twelve (12) photographs and two (2) documents related to his military service.