Safety film negatives
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes one page from a reminiscence by Mary E. Parkinson about early freight hauling in southern Utah, including a photograph of the first truck used in the region. Collection also includes a copy print and copy negative of the photograph. Dated approximately 1900-1989.
Collection includes 14 copy print photographs, with corresponding negatives, with images of people and street scenes. Dated approximately 1860-1945, with the bulk of the photographs, including all of the street scenes, dated 1917-1918.
Collection includes 111 photographs, negatives, and a stereograph with images of the interiors and exteriors of temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Photographs were originally taken between the 1870s and the 1970s.
Collection includes eight photographs of the Black family, as well as related families such as the Shurman and Swan families. Family members are all descendants of William Morley Black. Also includes copy negatives of some of the photographs. Dated approximately 1870-1949.
Collection includes 70 photographs, with corresponding safety film negatives, of Church history sites, including: Kirtland, Ohio; Hill Cumorah, New York; and Sharon, Vermont. The majority of the photographs in the collection appear to have been taken at the dedication of the Joseph Smith monument in Vermont in approximately 1905.
Collection includes black and white photographs, one cased tintype, two acrylic paintings, and some corresponding safety film negatives of images of Christopher "Kit" Carson. Dated approximately 1860-1889.
Collection includes photographs and one negative of the Salt Lake and Utah Interurban Railway. Includes images of train depots and trains. Dated approximately 1910-1949.
Collection includes photographs of people and places in Utah around the turn of the century. Locations depicted include Salt Lake City and Mercur, Utah, while many of the images include members of the Bush family. Also includes safety film copy negatives of some of the photographs. Dated approximately 1890-1929.