Safety film negatives
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes photographs and postcards created by the Detroit Publishing Co. with images of the American West, including Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Canyon. Includes photochrom prints. Also includes one copy negative. Dated approximately 1890-1939.
Collection includes photographs, some hand-colored, and some corresponding negatives with images of the Ferris family. Photographs were originally taken between the 1860s and the 1970s.
Contains photographs of Howard Hawks behind the scenes of movies and photographs with his family, including one transparency. Some of these photographs have corresponding sfaety film acetate negatives. Dated approximately 1930-1969.
Includes 45,941 negatives associated with the J Malan Heslop photographs and include both black and white and color negatives. The negatives range in size from 35 mm, 120, 4x5, and 70 mm. They are primarily safety film, although a few of the earlier negatives are nitrate negatives. Materials dated 1940-2002.
Collection includes photographs, with one corresponding safety film negative, of Jackling taken between approximately 1900-1959. Most of the photographs document the unveiling of his statue in the Utah State Capitol building in 1954.
Collection includes photographs and negatives (both nitrate and safety film negatives) taken by Charles Kelly in 1928 during a visit to Glacier National Park. Also includes images of Utah archaeological mounds and of Mark R. Harrington and his wife. Dated approximately 1910-1969.
Collection includes five photographs and four corresponding safety film negatives of mining operations in the Kennecott Copper Bingham Mine. Dated 1954-1955.