World War, 1914-1918 -- Photographs
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes 878 photographs, 96 postcards, two tintypes, 339 negatives, four glass plate negatives, a journal, a ledger (includes some genealogy), and a family Bible.
Contains copy photographs and corresponding negatives of a photograph album. The album has photographs from World War I, from Camp Stuart in Virginia to the battle fields. There are some portraits that appear to predate the war. Dated approximately 1890-1920.
Contains sixty-nine photographs and twenty-nine postcards. The photographs were taken by Teichert during his experience in World War I, and some of the photographs are of his family life. The postcards all date from his time in war, and are of landmarks throughout Europe.
Collection includes 437 lantern slides, 148 stereographs, 189 glass plate negatives, one stereoviewer, and one field camera. The lantern slides include images of the First World War; the stereographs show images of locations around the world taken by H.C. White; and the glass negatives contain images of ships and shipyards. Photographs were originally taken between the 1890s and the 1920s.