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Printing blocks (Printing surfaces)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Blocks, usually of wood, that either are cut to print an image, whether on paper, fabric, or other material, or that support other materials that form the actual printing surface. Use a more specific term when possible. For metal printing surfaces, prefer "printing plates."

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Jensen family photographs and printing block

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS P 108
Scope and Contents

Collection includes photographs and a relief print. Images includes Church-related items, Jensen family members, and a single movie still. Jensen family members portrayed include Evan Jensen, Beth Jensen, Douglas Jensen, and Lawrence Tibbert. The block print reads "Relief Society General Conference 1948". Materials dated approximately 1931 to 1960s.

Dates: approximately 1931-1960

Reinhard Maeser papers

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2115
Scope and Contents Contains a photo negative of Reinhard Maeser, mounted on a wood block for printing; an unidentified photograph, presumably of a school class in Heber City, Utah, taken on the front steps of a building; a photograph of the 20th Ward Institute in Salt Lake City, including Karl G. Maeser, Reinhard Maeser, C. R. Savage, and others; a guest book, accompanied by cards, from the funeral of Reinhard's wife, Sarah Shepherd Maeser; and class notes recorded by Reinhard Maeser at the University of...
Dates: 1878-1944

Arthur C. Pillsbury photographs and slides

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS P 83
Scope and Contents

Collection includes photographs, negatives, and slides of time-lapse photography, plants, landscapes, underwater explorations, and medical research. It also includes examples of microscopic photography and photographs of family and friends.

Dates: approximately 1890-1969

Robert D. Adams printing blocks, approximately 1930-1950

 Series — Box 5: Series 2 [Barcode: 31197233641619]
Identifier: MSS P 7 Series 2
Scope and Contents

Materials include 47 printing blocks by Robert D. Adams between approximately 1930 and 1950. The printing blocks are portraits of individuals and groups and are of varying sizes.

Dates: approximately 1930-1950