Safety film negatives
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes photographs and negatives--including both nitrate and safety film negatives--of military life taken or collected by Edgar J. Scott. Includes photographs of the Second World War. Dated approximately 1900-1979.
Collection includes photographs of and relating to George Albert Smith. Includes images of various officers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dated approximately 1887-1959.
Collection includes photographs of Lorenzo Snow and the Snow family. Some of the images are photocopies of original photographs. Also includes some copy photographs and corresponding negatives. Dated approximately 1870-1909.
Collection includes photographs and corresponding safety film negatives of of Colonia Juarez, Mexico and of Mexican revolutionary forces. Photographs were taken by the Stowell family between 1902 and 1912.
Contains 1 photograph album created by William E. Strowbridge with photographs from World War I that he collected, including of buildings, military equipment, and people. Photographs in the album are gelatin silver prints on printing out paper. Also includes safety film copy negatives for these photographs. Dated approximately 1914-1919.
Collection includes photographs, postcards, and negatives taken or collected by Margaret Summerhays. Dated approximately 1920 to 1960.
Collection includes photographs of George Sutherland, as well as his family and home. Photographs were taken by several photographers between about 1890 and 1940. Also includes some copy prints, and corresponding safety film negatives, of some of the photographs.
Copy prints and negatives of Ford Island and military ships, includng the U.S.S. Arizona, before the attack on Pearl Harbor, and copy prints of the base after it was attacked. Dated January to December 1941. Collected by Dennis P. Svedin.
Collection includes photographs, prints, and glass plate negatives of Provo, Utah in early 1900s. Photographs include images of George Taylor's family members, self-portraits, and Salt Lake City, Utah. Materials are dated 1890-1910.