Safety film negatives
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes photographs of people and events in Provo, Utah, including an event welcoming William Howard Taft on his visit to Utah, taken by Adam Saig Anderson. Also includes 3 copy negatives of some of these photographs. Most of the photographs are albumen prints. Dated approximately 1890-1909.
Collection includes photographs, postcards, copy prints, photocopies and negatives of the original images produced by J. Stanley Anderson. Includes images of family and friends. Dated approximately 1880 to 1949.
Collection includes photographs of Bolognini, together with family and friends. Also includes negatives--some nitrate and some acetate--to correspond to some of the photographs. Most of the photographs are Kodacolor prints and gelatin silver prints. Dated approximately 1900-1979.
Collection of photographs assembled by Brough during the preparation of his book on Mosida, Utah. Includes 23 photographs and 12 safety film negatives, with images of Mosida and its irrigation facilities. Photographic processes possibly include sulfur-toned DOP, albumen, matte albumen, platinum, sepia paltinotype, gold-toned matte collodion, gelatin silver, collodion POP, and tintypes. Dated approximately 1919.
Collection includes 27 family photographs of the Brunson, Allred, and McCullough families, collected by Peter L. Brunson. Families were generally located in the area of Fillmore, Utah. Dated approximately 1890-1920.
Collection includes two photographs presumed to be collected by William F. Butt. One photograph is of Uriah and Bridget Butt and one photograph is of mining activities near Lehi, Utah. Also includes a copy negative of one photograph. Photographs dated approximately 1880.
Collection includes photographs and transparencies of paintings done by C.C.A. Christensen between the 1870s and the 1900s. Also includes a copy print and corresponding negative. Includes images of Latter-day Saint pioneers.
Collection includes 49 photographs and corresponding negatives with images of Spring City, Utah, taken by Thomas and Joseph DeLong during the 1960s and 1970s. Photographs were taken for the preparation of a written report for a folklore course at Brigham Young University.