Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Printed lithograph of the Kinzua Viaduct, “The Highest Railroad Bridge in the World,” erected 1882, Thomas L. Kane, President; published by R.M. Ver Valin, Bradford, PA, n.d. In Series XI, Box 62, Folder 4.
Lantern slide from between 1888 and 1950. The slide is a photograph of John Hafen's lithograph "Last Public Address of Lieutenant General Joseph Smith" (1888). The painting depicts Joseph Smith standing in military dress on a platform above a crowd of people. There are three others on the platform with him, and Joseph is pointing his sword in the air.
Collection includes 138 photographs, two copper etchings, one lithograph, three statues, and a deck of playing cards. Materials depict athletes and sporting events from the late 1800s.
Collection includes photographs, primarily gelatin silver photographs; a poster; and a lithograph related to Buffalo Bill Cody. Includes images of Cody, as well as photographs of his grave and other monuments. Dated approximately 1846-1917.
Collection includes 15 photographs, 74 sketches, 124 postcards, four pamphlets, two newspapers, and 13 placemats with images of cowboys, animals, and scenes of Western life. Dated approximately 1880-1929.