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 353 Collections and/or Records:
Early Aviation Photograph Collection
Overview The Early Aviation Photograph Collection is a collection of unknown origins consisting of 328 prints and 299 negatives, all black-and-white, primarily depicting aircraft from the first half of the 20th century. Some airships, airports, pilots, and other subjects are also represented in the images.
Early Aviators Photograph
Collection — Box Assorted rare collections, Box 1: [One]
Contents of the Collection The collection is comprised of a single black-and-white photograph. The image includes, from left to right, Art Goebel, Otto Timm, Charles Lindbergh, and Wally Pinero standing in front of an obscured aircraft. Handwritten underneath each man is their last name and the phrase "As of 1928." Next to Timm's head is a handwritten note "O.W. Timm." The photograph has been autographed by Wally Pinero, next to his likeness, in 1939.
Early Seattle Aviation Photograph Album
Abstract The collection consists of an album containing ten (10) black-and-white photographs featuring early aviators and aircraft.
Early Tacoma Aviation Scrapbook
Collection — Box Scrapbook Box 13
Content Description This small collection consists of one scrapbook containing photographs and clippings relating to early aviation in and around the Tacoma, Washington area. There are 19 clippings, primarily relating to Gustav W. Stromer including stories on his July 2, 1915 Tacoma to Port Angeles flight and ones on him and Jane O'Roark. There are 72 photographs which are mostly unidentified. 34 photographs are related to aviation and include hydroaeroplanes and amphibious aircraft and...
Arthur E. Easterbrook Collection
Abstract Arthur E. Easterbrook (1893-1950) held a long career with the U.S. Air Force, beginning as an observer during World War I and later as a recruiter and commanding officer at numerous bases. The collection contains photographs, clippings, and paper ephemera relating to Easterbrook's life and military career.
Rolfe W. Eckmann Naval Aviation Collection
Collection — Box one
Content Description The Rolfe W. Eckmann Naval Aviation Collection consists of textual and visual materials that document Eckmann's service with the U.S. Navy and Naval Station Puget Sound in Washington, commonly known as Sand Point, with materials ranging from the 1940s through 2010s.Eckmann's career as a U.S. Naval transport pilot is represented with four logbooks dating from 1942-1967. A few documents originally enclosed in the logs include a memo designating Eckmann as a Transport Plane Commander, a...
Edmonds Historical Museum Collection of World War I Photographs
Abstract The collection is comprised of photographs related to French aviation during World War I.
Leone C. Edson Early Aviation Photograph Collection
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection The collection is comprised of fourteen (14) black-and-white photographs depicting the construction of Boeing aircraft and the inside of Boeing Plant 1, circa 1914-1919. The photographer is unknown. Five of the images are 8x10" and include brief handwritten captions on reverse that identify the Boeing Airplane factory. The images depict the construction of an aircraft, possibly a flying boat or seaplane. The remaining nine images 3.5x6" and are photographic reproductions and primarily depict a...
Hans Eibl Collection
Abstract Hans (Johann) Eibl (1895-1975) served with the German Army during World War I and later worked as a university professor. The collection contains materials related to Eibl's World War I service, post-war life, and the genealogical history of the Eibl family.
Found in: The Museum of Flight Archives / Hans Eibl Collection
Charlotte Eising Boeing 80-A Crash Collection
Collection — Folder 1
Content Description The Charlotte Eising Boeing 80-A Crash Collection is a small collection of materials relating to the crash of a Boeing 80-A (tail number NC225M) in June 1930 in Wyoming. The collection includes five photographs of the crash. The 3x5.5" black-and-white prints are mounted on black paper and are significantly discolored. There is also a letter to M. Catharine Holby from A.G. Kinsman of Boeing Air Transport, Inc. regarding items lost in the crash; a business card for Kinsman; and a small clipping...
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