Buildings -- Photographs
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Contains oversized photographs of or related to the Kane family. The photographs depict people and portraits of people, a house that presumably was occupied by the Kane family, a monument dedicated to Thomas L. Kane's Civil War regiment "The Bucktails," and a reunion of that regiment. Materials are largely undated and unlabeled, but presumably date from the mid-19th century to early 20th century.
Collection includes 44 stereographs with images of historic buildings, scenic views, or native life from locations around the world. Photographs were originally taken between the 1860s and the 1910s, and produced primarily by the Keystone View Company and the London Stereoscopic Company.
Contains over 29,000 items of color transparencies, 35mm and 7x7 cm. slides, black and white negatives and prints taken by Willard Ray Luce Jr. It also contains many original copies of magazine and newspaper articles where Willard Luce's writings and/or photogrpahs appeared. Most of the photographs are of the Western United States landscapes and wildlife which includes insects, animals, and plants. Also included are several books and manuscripts and a bibliography by Celia Luce.