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Wright Whirlwind: 1942

Wright Whirlwind: 1942

August 1942. Mechanic Mary Josephine Farley works on a Wright Whirlwind motor in the Corpus Christi, Texas, Naval Air Base assembly and repairs shop. View full size. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Howard R. Hollem.

 

Clarence and Alonzo: 1900

Clarence and Alonzo: 1900

Clarence "Grandpa" Liv and Alonzo "Teddy" Tucker behind the Wright Cycle Company on West Third Street in Dayton, Ohio, circa 1897-1901. 4x5 dry-plate glass negative by Wilbur and/or Orville Wright. View full size.

 

The Organ Grinder: 1910

The Organ Grinder: 1910

An organ grinder on the streets of New York's Lower East Side circa 1910. 5x7 glass negative, George Grantham Bain Collection. View full size.

 

Welcome to St. Augustine: 1865

Welcome to St. Augustine: 1865

A street in St. Augustine, Florida, circa 1865. View full size. Left half of a wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph made by Samuel A. Cooley.

 

Going Nowhere: 1865

Going Nowhere: 1865

Wagon tracks and gate in St. Augustine, Florida, circa 1865. View full size. Left half of a wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph made by Samuel A. Cooley.

 

Looking Back: 1865

Looking Back: 1865

A St. Augustine, Florida, street view circa 1865. View full size. Left half of a wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph made by Samuel A. Cooley.

 

Old, Old Glory: 1865

Old, Old Glory: 1865

1865. Vicinity of Charleston, South Carolina. Interior view of Fort Johnson on Morris Island. View full size. Half of a wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph.

 

Water Tower: 1865

Water Tower: 1865

1865. "Savannah, Georgia. The reservoir." View full size. Right half of a wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph made by Samuel A. Cooley.

 

Silent Now: 1865

Silent Now: 1865

1865. Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. View from the parapet of Fort Sumter. View full size. Left half of a wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph.

 

After the Bombardment: 1865

After the Bombardment: 1865

1865. "Charleston, South Carolina, after the bombardment. Meeting Street, looking south, showing St. Michael's Church, the Mills house and ruins of the Circular Church." View full size. Wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph.

 

Eight Till Noon: 1865

Eight Till Noon: 1865

1865. "Charleston, South Carolina. Meeting Street, near Broad; St. Michael's Church in middle distance. Photograph of the Federal Navy, and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy." View full size. Left half of a wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph. Juniper Gallery fine-art print.

 

Orange and Blue: 1943

Orange and Blue: 1943

March 1943. Sorting oranges at the co-op citrus packing plant in Redlands, California. View full size. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency taken by Jack Delano during his Santa Fe rail journey from Chicago to California.

 

Fort Sumter: 1865

Fort Sumter: 1865

1865. "Charleston, South Carolina. Interior of Fort Sumter, with gabion reinforcements. Photograph of the Federal Navy, and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy." View full size. Left half of a wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph. Now a Juniper Gallery fine-art print.

 

105 Meeting Street: 1865

105 Meeting Street: 1865

1865. "Charleston, South Carolina. Hibernian Hall (with columns; 105 Meeting Street), place of meeting after the burning of Secession Hall. Photograph of the Federal Navy, and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy." View full size. Left half of wet-collodion glass-plate stereograph.

 

Lucille Mazurek: 1943

Lucille Mazurek: 1943

February 1943. Lucille Mazurek, age 29, ex-housewife, husband going into the service. Working at the Heil and Co. factory in Milwaukee on blackout lamps to be used on Air Force gasoline trailers. View full size. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency by Howard R. Hollem for the Office of War Information.

 
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