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Descriptive Summary

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Negatives and contact sheets [restricted]:

Prints (8 x 10):

Contact sheets:

Negatives, contact sheets and prints:

Color Slides, 1960-1997, undated:

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Fred J. Maroon Photographic Archive, circa 1950-2000



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Maroon, Fred J.
Title: Maroon, Fred J. Ph0otographic Archive
Dates: circa. 1950-2000
Abstract: The archive is comprised of Maroon's over 50 years as a working photojournalist. The material consists primarily of photographic negatives, photographic prints, contact sheets and color transparencies (35mm slides).
Accession No.: 2010-302; 2013-049
Extent: 13 linear ft.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Fred J. Maroon was born in New Brunswick, N.J. in September 1924. After three years in the Navy during World War II, he attended the Catholic University of America, in Washington, D.C., receiving a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1950. He completed his studies with one year of graduate work at the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. After graduation, Mr. Maroon worked for Life magazine in New York and became a stringer in their Paris bureau while completing graduate studies. After a brief stint practicing architecture, Maroon was inspired to become a freelance photographer in 1953, when Edward Steichen selected a number of his photographs to include in the exhibition "Always the Young Strangers," at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

During a career in photojournalism that lasted nearly half a century, Maroon covered numerous subjects, including Congress and politics; architecture, especially Washington landmarks such as the White House, the U.S. Capitol building and the Supreme Court; the cuisine of chef Jean-Louis Palladin; the Middle East, including Egypt, Afghanistan and President Anwar Sadat; and fashion. Maroon also photographed several presidencies, including those of Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon. Notably, Maroon delayed public release of his 500 rolls of film of Nixon and the Watergate investigation for over a quarter of a century, wanting to wait until passions about the president had cooled and "people could look at the photographs objectively and with historical perspective."

During his career, Maroon had scores of photographic features in most major national and international magazines, including National Geographic, Smithsonian, Nation’s Business, Paris Match, Town and Country, Travel and Leisure, Esquire, Life, Look, and Holiday. Among Maroon’s many honors were four First Prize awards in the annual White House News Photographers' Association competitions. He was also the recipient of Gold Medal awards from the Art Directors' Clubs of Metropolitan Washington and New York as well as a Gold Medal at the 1982 International Book Art Exhibition in Leipzig for his book The Egypt Story (with P. H. Newby). His work has been exhibited throughout America and abroad, including shows at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Corcoran Gallery, the United States Capitol, the National Gallery of Art and the Library of Congress. A major exhibition of photographs from the Nixon-Watergate era was shown at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History from July to December 1999.

Maroon authored numerous books during his career, including Washington: Magnificent Capital (with Eric Sevareid and A. Robert Smith); Courage and Hesitation (with Allen Drury); These United States (with Hugh Sidey); Keepers of the Sea (with Edward L. Beach), a book on the United States Navy; Maroon on Georgetown; The English Country House: a Tapestry of Ages; Jean-Louis: Cooking with the Seasons; The United States Capitol (with Suzy Maroon); and The Supreme Court of the United States. Maroon's last book, The Nixon Years 1969–1974: White House to Watergate, (with Tom Wicker) was published by Abbeville Press in August 1999, the twenty-fifth anniversary of President Nixon's resignation.

Maroon died at his home in Washington, D.C. in November 2001.

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Scope and Contents

The Fred J. Maroon Photographic Archive, ca. 1950-2000, is approximately 18 linear feet in size and comprises his over half-century of work as a photojournalist. Subjects covered in the archive include U.S. presidents, notably Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Richard M. Nixon, as well as prominent politicians such as Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, Jacob K. Javitz, Tip O’Neill and Stewart Udall. Also included are international figures such as Winston Churchill. Maroon traveled extensively and his archive contains features on numerous cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington D.C.’s national monuments and architecture. There are also stories in Alabama, Arizona, Montana, Utah and Virginia as well as international features on Canada, Colombia, Germany, Great Britain, Mexico, Switzerland and Turkey. Other subjects covered are as varied as the U.S. Congress, automobile racing and the French cooking school Cordon Blue. Maroon’s photographs of Nixon during the Watergate investigation are not presently included in the materials at the Briscoe Center.

Much of Maroon’s work in the archive was produced for publications such as Nation’s Business, Town and Country, Travel and Leisure, Esquire, Life, and Holiday or for the many books Maroon produced. The material consists primarily of photographic negatives, photographic prints, contact sheets and color transparencies (35mm slides).

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Portions of this collection are stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.

Contact the photo archivist for details on copyright restrictions and reproduction permission.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965--Photographs.
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969--Photographs.
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978--Photographs.
Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986--Photographs.
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973--Photographs.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994--Photographs.
O'Neill, Tip--Photographs.
Udall, Stewart L.--Photographs.
Subjects (Organizations)
Cordon bleu (School : Paris, France)--Photographs.
United States. Congress--Photographs.
Subjects
Architecture--Washington (D.C.)--Photographs.
Automobile racing--New York--Photographs.
Embassy buildings--Washington, D.C.--Photographs.
Georgetown University--Photographs.
Legislators--United States--Photographs.
Manors--Great Britain--Photographs.
National monuments--Washington (D.C.)--Photographs.
Presidents--United States--Photographs.
Politicians--United States--Photographs.
Places
Alabama--Photographs.
Arizona--Photographs.
Atlanta (Ga.)--Photographs.
Canada--1960-2000--Photographs.
Canyonlands National Park (Utah)--Photographs.
Chicago (Ill.)--Photographs.
Great Britain--1970-1990--Photographs.
Guadalajara (Mexico)--Photographs.
Lincoln Memorial (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs
Montana--Photographs.
Monticello (Va.)--Photographs.
Munich (Germany)--Photographs.
Ozark Mountains--Photographs.
Saint Andrews Island (San Andrés y Providencia, Colombia)--Photographs.
Switzerland--Photographs.
Turkey--Photographs.
United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
Washington, D.C.--Photographs.
White House (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Fred J. Maroon Photographic Archive, circa 1950-2000, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

The first accession of this collection was processed by archives staff in 2010-2011. A later accession was processed by Tim Mapp in 2013.

Archivist’s note:

In accession 2013-049, the number codes in parentheses are the photographer’s filing numbers and indicate where the slides are located within each box. The slides have been kept in the photographer’s order.

The photographer provided extended caption information created at the time of the assignments for the following topics: Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, New Hampshire and Turkey. These extended captions are available in the collection holding record.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Negatives and contact sheets [restricted]:

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2010-302/1 Architecture:
Faulkner, Kingsbury, Stenhouse – Proctor Hall, & National Catholic School For Girls
Fred Berens
Catholic Central High School – Faculty Building, Detroit, MI
Cohen, Jack – Miscellaneous
Corning & Moore – Annandale Business Center Renderings
Clinic, Detroit, Michigan – Yamasaki Architecture
Cohen, Jack – Bell House
Cohen, Jack – Minkoii House
Cohen, Jack – Medical Building
Dixon Architecture – Georgetown House
Dixon & Weppner – Foggy Bottom Apartment Rendering and Model
Ewing Lumber Co. – Walton & Madden
Georgetown University – Off of Devel
Greenwell, Philip
Flynn, Ramsey W. J. Jr. – House Sample
Faulkner, Kingsbury & Stenhouse – St. Joseh’s College, Emmitsburg, MD
House & Gerstin – Norman Cohen Houses
House & Gerstin – Mikado House
Hyattsville Building Association – Walton & Madden Architecture
Faulkner, Kingsbury & Stenhouse – Bethesda Library
Daggant & Yerkes – William House
Murphy & Cocraft – Immaculata
Interstate Realty Company – Model Home
Kelsey, Arthur – Hamilton House
Daley & Erney – Mel Lewis Shop
Dunbarton College
St. Catherine Elementary School
Justement, Elam & Darby – Water Reed Dental Laboratory & 917 20th St. Dental Office
Jelliff’s
Johnson Service Company – Bob Weiss
Johnson Service Company – Matomic Building, Georgetown Hospital
McLeod & Ferrara – Falls Church School
Keyes, Smith, Sattercee & Lethbridge – Luria House
Byrd, Walter – Goldsmith & Shriff House
Keyes & Lethbridge – Bennett Houses
Burkett, Rhees – High School Gym
Bagdad Embassy
Byrd, Walter – Catton House
Burket, Rhees – Silver Spring Library
Deigert & Yerkes – Voice of America
Johannes & Murray – Church
Justement, Elam & Darby – National Society of Professional Engineering Building
Johnson Service Company – Providence Hospital
Johnson Service Company – Weaton High School & Alexandria High School
Brown & Wright – Adler House
Chapman, Grovesnor – McGovern House
Brown & Wright – Black House
Cohen Jack – Crenmer House
Biggs Furniture
Byrd, Walter – Kreiger House
Ajax Building
B’Nai Brith
Brown & Wright – First House
Portraits:
Kuster, Georgette
Ormsby-Gore, Lady
Stage performances
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2010-302/2 Architecture:
Al Rinoutdot – Caithness Buick
Al Rinoutdot House
McClain Baptist Church
McLeod & Ferrara – Warner Memorial
McLeod & Ferrera – Mowitt Church, First Baptist Church of Wheaton
McLeod & Ferrara – Belt Junior High School
McLeod & Ferrara – Washington County School Board
Boulevard Baptist Church
McLeod & Ferrara – North Hagerstown High School
Mills, Petticord, Mills – Dupont Riggs Bank
Samperton, Jack – Dominican House Addition
U. S. Travel Agency – R. Sensman
Ronald R. Sensman – Ocean City Motels
Walton & Madden – Bank, House, & Chevy Chase Building
Rinaudot, Al – Eisinger
Samperton, Jack – Progress Shots, Dominican House Addition
St. Stevens – Robertson Company
Jack Samperton
Shapiro, Ben – Alexandria Houses of Jack Cohen Design
Salem Ave, Boiler Room
Rinaudot, Al - P. J. Nee Company
Robert J. Riley
North Ville Mental Hospital, Detroit, Michigan – Odel, Hewlett, Luchenbach
McLeod & Ferrara – Tuchahoe Elementary School
Ostrow, Dan – Forest Knolls
National Education Association – Building
Rifle Club
Copper Skillet Restaurant
McLeod & Ferrara – Tuckahoe Progress Shots
McLeod & Ferrara – Salem Ave Elementary School
Montgomery, Fon – Silver Spring Building
Montgomery, Fon – Villa Rosa Restaurant & J. Conley Office Building
Modern Design
Millstead, Tick – Kelsey’s House
Miller, Joe – Mensh House
Joe Miller Apt.
McLeod & Ferrara – 1st Presbyterian Church & Nottingham
McLeod & Ferrara – Georgia Avenue Church
McLeod & Ferrara – Boulevard Baptist
McLeod & Ferrara – St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
McLeod & Ferrara – North Bethesda Junior High School
Lublin & McGaogny – Model
Lehigh Portland Cement – Cora Kelly School
McLeod & Ferrara – First Presbyterian Church
McLeod & Ferrara – Exhibition Flats of North Bethesda
Junior High School & South Hagertown
McLeod & Ferrara – Church Model
Luther Jackson High School
Rhees Burket – Williamsburg High School
Wheaton High School, Blackboards – Mr. Fryer
Wheaton High School
Rhees Burket – Wakefield High School
P. J. Nee award
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2010-302/3 Portraits—many for Nation’s Business:
Theophil Kammaholtz
Sen. Anderson
Larson
Ewing Creig
Judge Barnes
Seatton, Fred
Stasson, Mitchell, Mosher
Gwynn
Burgess & Geneva Exhibit
Moore, Peggy
Moses
John McGuire
Mr. Alphine
Miss Maderia
Chrysler Corporation – William Lundigan
Manufacturing Chemicals Association – General Hull
Consalvo, Gerry
Cretziano, Mrs. – Screen
Comforti, Bob
Brian Donlevy
Donaldson, Rosemary & Ann
Buchwald, Art
Geraldine Brooks
Jeanne Bal
N. J. C. Alice Braverman
Douglas, Donna
Fanny – Mary
National Education Association – Cover Photos 1956
Nation’s Business – Schmidt
Rothschild - Under Secretary of Commerce
Nations Business Editorial Staff
Nation’s Business Dr. Moore & Association
Ostro, Dan
O’Neill, Tom
O’Donnell, Paul & Family
Helen Duffy
Vanevar Bush
Weddings:
Garlington, Bill
Adam, John
Events:
Cuban Embassy party
Design Craft
Labor hearings
Teenager Story
Cistercian Monastery
Architecture:
New Orleans, LA
Deigert & Yeates – Office Photos
Georgetown Prep School
Arena Stage
Reilly, J. J. – Churches
McLeod & Ferrara – North Bethesda Junior High School, Interiors
McLeod & Ferrara - New Hampshire Estates Elementary School
Joe Miller – Dr. August
Fuller Smith & Ross - Marriott Motor Motel
Mt. Vernon Junior Seminary
Columbia Hospital
Chapman Nowak – Laundry Room, Sheraton Park Hotel
Nude and swimming suit shots:
Miss Young Democrat
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2010-302/4 Portraits:
Preifce, Jane
Phillips, Jack
Nation’s Business Magazine – Percy Brundage
Roedell, Mary Helen
Mary Jane Sloesser
Hank Sutton
Stevens, Pat
Salomone, Joan
Tomlin, Barbara
Thompson, J. Walter, 1960
Dr. & Mrs. Taylor
Mr. & Mrs. Humel
John & Mary Wilding
Wall Street Journal – Karen Kruse
Walker, Nancy
Geo. Meany, Carl Vinson, Major General Joe Kelly, National Security Commission (Industry)
Congressman Vinson
Wilbur Mills, Robert Cook & Geo. Haddock, and Ralph Patterson
Labor Dept. Arbitrator
Sen. Capehart
AFL-CIO ExecsUnder Secretary of Commerce
Congressman Bennett
Woodward, Ann
Zach, Dr.
Johnson, Pat
US News & World Report – Three Executives
Webster Family, Mansfield, Ohio
Harold C. McClellan, Assistant Secretary of Commerce
Me & Momma
Mary Jane Knapp Jones
US News & World Report – Housing Executives
Peelers Company
Architecture:
St. Matthews Cathedral
Stautlev Hotel
Johnson & Boutin – Renderings
Justen, Elam & Darby - Dental Laboratory, Walter Reed General Hospital
Cistercian Monastery, Berryville, VA
Cistercian Monastery – Christmas Card &Sculpture
Berryville Monastery – Installation
Hi-Fi and Air Conditioning Units
Weddings:
Walker
June McCormack
Dorothy & John
“Room Service”
San Francisco fashion
Trinity Collage books
Pridemark Press, American University
Trinity Alumnae
Traffic World Magazine
Crowded Schools
National Business Magazine Prof. Interview
Car rental and business travel
“Byrd in the Wind”
Tourist ad
McCall Printing
Swimsuit shots
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2010-302/5 Portraits:
Dixon, Jeanne
Hardy, Ann
Ellinger, Dr. – Trinity College
Guttings, Lis
Klein, Susan
Cong. Patton
Silvercrois, Baron
Sweeney, Helen
Joe Lewis For Ad
Wyka, Zita
Anderson – Secretary of Treasury
Bell, Dot
Blackstone, Lee
Cenedella, Audry
Dulles, Virginia
Ohio farmer—USIA
America Illustrated:
Books
Fashion Show – Ebony
Collins Family - Book of the Month Club
Book Covers
Polish Engineers
Cosmetologists & Beauticians
Traveling Music
Bolshoi Ballet
Barter Theatre
Apartments
American Architectural Show
Russian Architects
Arab Edit – Jordanian Party
Russian-Slavic Party
Washington Ballet
Polish Cong and Busts
Russian and Polish Embassies
Fireman’s Fair
Brentano’s Statues
Arts & Crafts – Nashville, N. C.
Cynthia Faulkner wedding
Executives, test
Pridemark Press
Arena Stage
Art Directors Club monthly meeting, 1959
Art designers; cystic fibrosis
Whiskey and tire
Dublin embassy
Porsche job
Holiday Magazine, misc.
De La Salle College
Dunbarton College brochure
Airline
Georgetown University, 1958
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2010-302/6 Portraits:
Green, Martha Lee
Hamren, Eva
Percy, Sen. Chas
Young, Sen. Stephen
Jacobs, Allen
Kiplinger
Nadia & Trenton Maharlon
Numair, Geo & Kay
Bayer, Angela
Nolte, Bob
Holiday Magazine:
Breakfast at Brennans, New Orleans, LA
Africans & Gen. Quesada
Hartford, Conn
Alabama
University of Wisconsin
Alabama Story
Annapolis Story
Madison, Wisconsin – Middle West
Nation’s Business Magazine:
House Rules Committee – including Tip O’Neill
Marriage Boom, etc.
Manufacture Ex.
Congressman Curtis – March 1959
Job Stress
Editor Change 1965
Budget Director
Dover, Dec, Statehouse
America Illustrated:
Washington apartments
Washington Ballet
Barter Theatre
Kefauver [hearings?] Merck & Co.
Horizon, Kennedy Art Friends
McCall’s Teacher of the Year
Memorial Day unknowns
Arena Stage
Communion
Bigg’s Furniture
Miami University
Cass Neer’s model
Charleston SC [?]
Unidentified [nudes and portraits]
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2010-302/7 Portraits:
Kaye, Fern
Kydd, Pattison
Bell, Dorothy
Kelly, Diane
Bill Callahan
United Mine Workers 4th hospital trip
Sealy ad for J. W. Thompson
White House Gala
Persian Embassy
Iran Embassy
Unidentified

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Prints (8 x 10):

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2010-302/7 Nation’s Business:
Wilbur Mills, Robert Cook, George Haddock, Ralph Patterson
Percy Brundage
Rothchild—Under Secretary of Commerce
Dr. Moore and friend
Vanniver Bush, AEC chief and AEC exhibit
House Rules Committee
George Meany—AFL-CIO
Ike’s assistant
Sen. Anderson
Theophil Kammholz
Emerson Schmidt and American Society for Industrial security
Seaton, Fred
Larson, Under Secretary of Labor
Teenagers story
Burgess
America Illustrated:
Arts & Crafts Festival
Fireman’s Fair
Barter Theater
Fortune Magazine---Labor hearings investigators
Merck & Co.—Kefauver Hearings
American Farmer—USIA
Rosenblatt & Sturdevant
Venus Observed
New Orleans Nite Club
Georgetown University
Art Designers Studio—Cystic fibrosis ad
Berryville Abbey installation
Arena Stage
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2010-302/8 “The American Farmer”
U. S. News and World Report:
Executive housing center
Whiskey, tire
Housing center and stereo
Webster family
Tourist agency ad
Ad proofs
United Mine Workers:
3rd trip
10 doctors
Mr. Kaplen
Miss Roth
Nation’s Business:
Marriage boom, etc.; job stress
Labor (AFL-CIO) and Asst. Sec of Commerce
Polish engineers
America Illustrated:
Washington houses and embassies
Russian visitors
Carter Barron Ampitheater
Holiday Magazine—Charleston SC, Alabama, Central City, NE
Boiler room, Salem Avenue Elementary School
Trinity Collage—books
Barter Theater
Jeffra ME
Georgetown University
Arena Stage
Portraits:
Green, Elva
Collins, Steven
Senseman, Ronald
Patterson, Judy
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2010-302/8 “The American Farmer”
U.S. News and World Report:
Executive housing center
Whiskey, tire
Housing center and stereo
Webster family
Tourist agency ad
Ad proofs
United Mine Workers:
3rd trip
10 doctors
Mr. Kaplen
Miss Roth
Nation’s Business:
Marriage boom, etc.; job stress
Labor (AFL-CIO) and Asst. Sec of Commerce
Polish engineers
America Illustrated:
Washington houses and embassies
Russian visitors
Carter Barron Ampitheater
Holiday Magazine—Charleston SC, Alabama, Central City, NE
Boiler room, Salem Avenue Elementary School
Trinity Collage—books
Barter Theater
Jeffra ME
Georgetown University
Arena Stage
Portraits:
Green, Elva
Collins, Steven
Senseman, Ronald
Patterson, Judy

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Contact sheets:

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2010-302/8 Portraits:
Baron Silvercruys
Whyte, William
Nachayan, Harry and Neshan
Escobar, Marisol
MacIlhenny
Marriott, Willard
Preminger, Otto
Morris, Maurice
Morris, Maurice
Train, Russell
Willoughby, W. C.
Navy Recruiting—Men and parents
Tutankamun
Vice-president’s house
Most notorious swindler in Turkey

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Negatives, contact sheets and prints:

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2010-302/8 Cosmopolitan:
Catering story
Bachelor story, including Scoop Jackson
Player’s Inc, 1955-56
Lorentzen, Beverly
Miscellaneous
Arts and crafts—Asheville NC
Unidentified
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2010-302/9 Portraits:
Selnic (physicist, atom bomb, U S. Academy of Science)
Morey, Felix
Tucker, Sterling
Phillips, Laughlin, Phillips Gallery
Stewart, Potter
Stevens, Roger
Nixon and Eisenhower with McCall’s Teacher of the Year
Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon B., Big Bend trip
Denny, Alice
Nixons and Agnews
Shouse, Catherine, at Wolf Trap Theater
Fichlander, Zelda
Beveridge, Jack, oysterman
Bagley, Rosemary
Bacon, Mrs. Robert Lowe
Belin, Henry
Fr. Burns
Burke, Rev. Eugene
Mahoney, Robert
Murphy, Frederick
Murray, George
Town and Country:
White Mountains, Lake Placid
Santa Fe NM
Washington
Architecture:
American University, Bill Brown
German Embassy, Aram Normandine
House with pool, Casper Neer
St. Luke’s Church and bank, Murphy and Lower [sp?]
Georgetown house, Wallace Dixon
Various interiors and exteriors, Richard Collins
Time-Life Books How To
America Illustrated—Washington architects
Hall, Tom, sailboat
American Farmer
Navy recruiting—WAVE proofs
National Geographic—editorial book operation
Model in various poses and clothes, also nude
Marriot Motor Hotel people, including J. Willard Marriott
Britches [men’s store in Washington DC]
Virginia War Memorial
Page Church Furniture
Hecht’s Department Store [ads]
Unidentified
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2010-302/10 Northrup (annual report)
America, work for magazines such as America Illustrated and Town and Country Illustrated--Louis Armstrong
USIA—George Washington’s saddlebag
Hubert Humphery, Senate dining
Daniel Johnson (artist)
Washington Post editorial room & Herblock
Washington Redskins
Washington Senators (baseball team)
Architecture:
Dixon & Weppner—Ginzberg house
Architects Collaborative
International Inn
Embassies
Dulles Airport
Blair House “Before”
Woodrow Wilson House, Georgetown, Decatur House
Portraits:
Pearson, Drew
Goldberg, Justice Arthur
Javits, Sen. Jacob and staff
Ribicoff, Sen. Abaraham
Dirksen, Sen Everett, 1965
Byrd, Charlie
Johnson, Cong. Ted
Reedy, George
Smith, A. Robert, Severeid, Eric, Maroon, Fred J.—book portraits for These United States
Kennedy, Joan
WTOP TV—Falkner, Kingsbery, Stenhouse
White House Gala
Udall on Potomac
Unknown Soldiers interment
National Shrine of Immaculate Conception
Phillips Gallery
National Press Club
Niteclubs
National Symphony Ball
Kennedy calendar
Laurel International
Embassy wives—Kuwait, Venezuela, Morocco
David Taylor model basin
Government Printing Office of Employee Benefits
Howard University football Game
Daughters of the American Revolution
Library of Congress, includes Gutenberg Bible
Unidentified
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2010-302/11 Portraits:
Longworth, Mrs. Alice
Train, Russell
Burger, Chief Justice Warren
Marisol
Huntley (Black Elites)
Carpenter , Liz—daughter and son-in-law
Flannigan, Bill
Buchwald, Art
Naltchayan, Harry
Syphax family and Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill
Mansfield, Sen. And Mrs.
Kreeger, David Lloyd
Carusi, Eugene, and Winzola McLennan
McGovern, Sen. and Mrs.
Clagett, Bryce; Whyte, William
Fauntroy
Garrett, Gigi
Kennerly, David
Bradlee, Ben
Hanks, Nancy, and others
Allen, George
Blair, McCormack
Inauguration—Johnson
Supreme Court
Washington’s political tragedies
White House pickets
State Department party—Angier Biddle Duke
Bullets basketball
Nightclubs
U. S. Capitol and Columbus Day
Dupont Circle
Capitol and fog
Pentagon command post
Lincoln Monument
Unidentified

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Color Slides, 1960-1997, undated:

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2013-049/06 Canada circa 1960-1967, undated:
Montreal Worlds Fair (Expo ’67), 1967
Bangkok Pavilion (057/01)
British Pavilion (057/02)
Canadian Pavilion (057/03)
American Pavilion (057/04)
Black artist (057/04)Miscellaneous girls (057/05)
Girls in blue (057/06)
Soviet Pavilion (057/07)
Overalls and details (057/08)
German Pavilion (057/09)
Girl in green (057/10)
Habitat (057/11)
Mont St. Anne, Quebec (057/13)
Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec (057/14)
Guard, Quebec City (057/15)
Grey Rocks, St. Jovite, Quebec scenics (057/16)
Tennis, some with Dennis Van Der Meer (057/17)
Lawn bowling (057/18)
Windsurfing (057/19)
Canoes, etc. (057/20)
Boats on lake (057/21)
Eaton Square, Toronto (057/22)
Montreal, Restaurants, December 1960
Ruby Foo's (057/23)
Au 400 (057/24)
Kon Tiki (057/25)
Desjardins (057/26)
Cafe Martin, noon time (057/27)
Le Cafe des Artistes. Mme. Ghislaine B. Tellier, proprietor French cuisine (057/28)
Ritz Carlton. Sunday evening buffet (057/29)
Moishe's; Mr. Moishe in butcher shop below restaurant. (057/30)
Ben's, 2.30am crowd, after clubs close. Club entertainers in foreground (057/31)
Beaver Club; Saturday evening (057/32)
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2013-049/05 San Andres Isla, Colombia, May 1971
Beach scenes (020/01)
Beach scenes, Sound Bay area (020/02)
Johnny Cay, one of several off-shore coral islands (020/03)
View from Hansa Club (020/04)
Horse riders along beach (020/05)
View of Hotel El Isleno from water (020/06)
Intendente Pablo Casas Santofimio, attorney general of San Andres. Also photographed with Don Guillermo Cabo, head of tourism on the island (020/07)
Schoolgirls from the Catholic Mission, in front of the Cathedral (020/08)
Classroom in Baptist School, founded 1844, Teacher is Cecelia Herrera (020/09)
Miss Bess, who cooks native dishes and serves them in her back yard. Crab, plantain, fish, and rice in coconut palm baskets (020/10)
Man on horseback, gathering coconuts (020/11)
Fishermen (020/12)
Sporting goods shop owner, Hector S. Cruz (020/13)
"The Strangers," a local amateur calypso group, in Sound Bay (020/14)
Calypso group of Sandin Ellis (020/15)
Boy climbing coconut tree (020/16)
Man and children in hammock (020/17)
Men playing dominoes (020/18)
Boys playing in surf (020/19)
Woman baking bread, Sound Bay (020/21)
Man mending nets (020/20)
Pink and blue house (020/22)
Labor Day horse race (020/23)
Colombian hippie (020/24)
Colombian bikinis (020/25)
Getting around in San Andres (020/26)
Scuba diving (020/27)
Food set-up, Hansa Club (020/28)
Honeymooners at Hotel El Isleno and Hansa Club (020/29)
Casino in Hotel Abacoa (020/30)
Emeralds (020/31)
Misc. House in palm trees (020/32)
England:
Candids; people, animals, Rolls Royce, ships, market signs (001/1)
London; Houses of Parliament; Big Ben; Trafalgar Square (001/2)
Miscellaneous churches (001/3)
Miscellaneous castles (001/4)
Salisbury Cathedral and scenes (001/5)
Architectural details (001/6)
George and Pilgrim Inn, Glastonbury (001/7)
Stonehenge (001/8)
Devon; Linton-Lynmouth (001/9)
Glastonbury and Glastonbury Cathedral (school children) (001/10)
Cricket (001/11)
Windsor Castle (001/12)
Country houses (001/13)
Scenes; villages, docks, flocks, houses (see also #1 and #6) (001/14)
Bath, inc. ceiling of Bath Cathedral (or Abbey) (001/15)
Cromer, Norfolk: pier (001/16)
Clovelly (001/17)
Devon coast (001/18)
Wells, and Wells Cathedral (001/20)
Stone signpost to Sarum, near Salisbury (001/21)
White Horse, Wiltshire (001/22)
London; Trooping the Color; Horse Guards, Whitehall. on the Queen's (Official) Birthday. In some photographs: Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and her son, Viscount Linley (001/23)
Mini-skirts (001/24)
The King's Road, London (001/24)
Hyde Park Corner (001/25)
Germany
Munich; skyline. Olympic Games structures in distance (028/01)
Munich; skyline, with Frauenkirche (028/02)
Munich; skyline; TV tower in distance (028/03)
Munich; panorama looking down on city hall and square (028/04)
Munich; Neuhauser-Kaufingerstrasse shopping pedestrian mall (028/05)
Munich; Schwabing on Leopoldstrasse (028/06)
Munich; Renak Eger, student, in street cafe on Leopoldstrasse (028/07)
Munich; Tiffany nightclub (028/08)
Munich; clock and clock tower (028/09)
Munich; "2001" corner shopping center, restaurants, on Leopoldstrasse. (028/10)
Munich; Chinese Pavilion in the English Garden (028/11)
Munich; English Garden (028/12)
Munich; beer steins representing seven breweries in Munich, photographed in the English Garden (028/13)
Munich; Flea Market, held every October (028/14)
Munich; 1972 Olympic site (028/15)
Munich; Haus der Kunst Museum, with work of students (028/16)
Munich; Cuvilliés Theatre (028/17)
Munich; Cuvilliés Theatre and actors Max Mairich (left) and Otto Bolesch (right) being directed by Staatsintendent Henrichs Boubouroche for a performance of the Freudi comedy, "Georges Courteline" (028/18)
Munich; Conductor Rudolf Kempe and Munich Symphony Orchestra at rehearsal (028/19)
Munich; Ludwig von Bayern, grandson of the last king of Bavaria, Ludwig III. he is of the Wittelsbach family. Photographed at his farm in Leutstetten (028/20)
Munich; Prince Ludwig and Princess Irmingard, both of the Wittelsbach family (028/21)
Munich; Prince Ludwig and his 20-year-old son, Prince Luitpold. (028/22)
Munich; Prince Luitpold and his cousins (028/23)
Munich; Prince Ludwig, Princess Irmingard, Prince Luitpold, and family cousins (028/24)
Munich; Professor Günter Behnisch, chief architectural designer for the Munich Olympics, at the site (028/25)
Munich; Ingo Maurer, international design winner. At his home with some of his lamp designs. (028/26)
Munich; "Maja of Munich," former model, in her Briennerstrasse boutique, where she serves Munich's beautiful people - princesses, actresses, and other young chic (028/27)
Munich; Alecos I, king of nightclubs, and his sister actresses, Linder and Hassi Christa. He has started eight nightclubs, all successes, and now personally greets his "in" people to his latest discothèque, "Baroque Chair" (028/28)
Munich; Nurenberger bratwurst cellar (028/29)
Munich; Dahlmayr gourmet food store (028/30)
Munich; Schloss Lindenhof (028/31)
Munich; jeweled statue of St. George, ca. 1590, in the Treasury of the Royal Palace (028/32)
Munich; street scenes. Some with Siegestor (Triumphal Arch) (028/33)
Munich; opera (028/34)
Munich; Hofbrauhaus (028/35)
Girls in traditional dress (028/36)
Bavarian woodcarver, near Oberammergau, Ettal Monastery in background (028/37)
Violin maker (028/38)
Wine taster, Rüdesheim (028/39)
Stagecoach driver (028/40)
Chimney sweeps (028/41)
Bavarian innkeeper and niece (028/42)
Bavarian beer girl (028/43)
Black Forest woodsman (028/44)
Düsseldorf musicians (Fanfarenkorps) (028/45)
Girl in bikini, Travemünde (028/46)
Bavarian village at dusk (028/47)
Volksfest, near Garmisch-Partenkirchen (028/48)
Boy with model airplane (028/49)
Soccer game by Mosel River (028/50)
Rhein River; boat captain, at Cologne (028/51)
Baroque church, Rottenbuch (028/52)
Baroque church, Rottenbuch (028/53)
Baroque church, Rottenbuch (028/54)
Munich: Nymphenburg Palace; Marstaller Museum; royal carriages and carriage house (028/55)
Linderhof (small palace of Ludwig II), in Bavaria (028/56)
Lüneburg: heather (028/57)
Moselle River Valley; towns including Marienburg (028/58)
Garmisch; inc. scenics, beer hall, brewer, and postcoach (028/59)
Cochem and its castle, on Mosel River (028/60)
Oberammergau; Ettal Monastery, candid scenes (028/61)
Lüneburg; including market, townhall (Rathaus), and details (028/62)
Schloss Panker, palace of the Prince of Hesse. (028/63)
Hamburg (028/64)
Ulm, on the Danube (028/65)
Neuschwanstein: Castle and nearby church (028/66)
Tegernsee, Rottach-Egern (028/67)
Lübeck; Holsten Gate (028/68)
Herrenchiemsee Palace (Ludwig II); interiors by candlelight (028/69)
Rhine River, and boats (028/70)
Black Forest village; dusk (028/71)
Rüdesheim, on the Rhine (028/72)
Füssen (028/73)
Casino and fireworks (028/74)
Mittenwald (028/75)
Inn at Travemünde; interior and exterior (028/76)
Wayside shrine, Bavaria (028/77)Church steeple, in the vicinity of the Black Forest (028/78)
Brewmeister (028/80)
Cochem; carnival rides (028/81)
Waterskiing on Ibsee (028/82)
People in windows (028/83)
Dresden (028/84)
West Berlin, Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate (028/85)
Egyptian Museum, West Berlin. Queen Nefertiti (028/86)
East Berlin (028/87)
Rothenburg, including Bürgermeister (028/88)
Candids of people (028/89)
Pigeon race (028/90)
Fountain-Partenkirchen (028/91)
Dinkelsbühl (028/92)
Rottweil (028/93)
Munich: Plätzl show (028/94)
Bad Tölz (028/95)
Munich: Nymphenburg china in shop window (028/96)
Tegernsee; Rottach-Egern (028/97)
Chiemsee, chapel (028/98)
Weis church (028/104)
Bavarian Alps (028/105)
Black Forest; scenics, including Neustadt (028/107)
Church, fog, sunset (028/108)
Munich: Augustiner Beer Garden (028/109)
Lübeck (028/110)
Brilon (028/111)
Cologne Cathedral (028/113)
Candids, including geraniums, vendors (028/114)
Unidentified: rooftops (028/115)
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2013-049/05 Guadalajara, Mexico, 1971:
Skyline (021/01)
Plaza in front of Cathedral (021/02)
Parque Alcalde fountain (021/03)
Old and new building (021/04)
Mariachis in front of Cathedral (021/05)
Band concert in Plaza de las Armas (021/06)
Folk dancing in square at night (021/07)
Degollado Theatre (021/08)
San Juan de Dios market (021/09)
Hospicio Cabanas (orphanage) (021/10)
Ballet Folklorico (021/11)
Orchestra Symphonica de la Autonoma de Guadalajara (021/12)
Hotel El Camino Real (021/13)
Hotel El Tapatio (021/14)
Lake Chapala (021/15)
Hotel Monte Carlo, Lake Chapala (021/16)
El Camino Real, Lake Chapala (021/17)
San Juan de Cosala; public baths at Lake Chapala (021/18)
Society women in front of Degollado Theatre (021/19)
Guadalajara Country Club; golf (021/20)
Guadalajara Country Club; tennis (021/21)
Bullfight (021/22)
Charreada (rodeo) (021/23)
Food set-up: La Copa de Leche restaurant (021/24)
Nightlife at El Camino Real; Los Panchos, and Las Hermanas Gil (021/25)
First Communion in Tlaquepaque (021/26)
Mariachis in square at Tlaquepaque (021/27)
Artisan in Santa Cruz (021/28)
Papier mâché factory, Tonala (021/29)
Artisans in Tlaquepaque (021/30)
Women making tortillas (021/31)
Typical Mexican food at Cazadores, Tlaquepaque (021/32)
Governor of Guadalajara (021/33)
Francisco Javier Sauza, head of Tequila Sauza, largest tequila producer in world (021/34)
Cutting the maguey (agave), from which tequila is made (021/35)
President Garibay of the Universita Autonoma (021/36)
Ricardo Zermeno, leading "charro" in Guadalajara. Also with his brother, and the Governor's daughter, "Queen of the Charros" (021/37)
Miguel Aldana, leading architectural engineer, and now a painter, in his garden (021/38)
Elena Aldana, daughter of Miguel Aldana, in their home (021/39)
Jorge Wilmot, artist, in Tonala (021/40)
Dolph Horn, former U.S. Consul in Guadalajara, now owns Bing ice cream shops in Guadalajara. He and his wife make the ice cream, and chose to do that rather than accept reassignment away from Guadalajara (021/41)
Selena Royle, actress, now living in Guadalajara (021/42)
Miscellaneous buildings (021/43)
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2013-049/05 Switzerland, 1971, 1972, 1983:
Grindelwald, and surrounding area, some with the Wetterhorn and the Eiger (018/01)
Grindelwald; on and around nursery slopes at Bodmi (018/02)
Grindelwald; ice rink (018/03)
Grindelwald; curling matches (018/04)
Grindelwald; ski school instructor (018/05)
Wengen (018/06)
Mürren (018/07)
Ski slopes above Mürren (018/08)
Schilthorn (Piz Gloria); longest cable car in the Alps (018/09)Views from the Schilthorn (018/10)
View of the Jungfrau, Mönch, and Eiger mountains from the Schilthorn (018/11)
Ski run from Schilthorn to Mürren (018/12)
Kleine Scheidegg and vicinity, inc. ski run bulletin board (018/13)
Train (Wengernalpbahn) between Kleine Scheidegg and Wengen (018/14)
Hotel at Männlichen, start of some fine ski runs (018/15)
Lauterbrunnen Valley (018/16)
The Jungfrau and Jungfraujoch, highest train station in Europe, includes the Aletsch Glacier (018/17)
Miscellaneous near Grindelwald, but unidentified (018/18)
Aerials of the Alps (018/19)
Lugano, Ticino, 1983 (018/20)
Morcote, on Lake of Lugano, 1983 (018/21)
Lucerne (018/22)
Scenes between Interlaken and Lucerne (018/23)
Grindelwald: Pfingstegg lift (018/24)
Cross-country skiers near Grindelwald (018/25)
Ski-bob (018/26)
Bort station, on chairlift above Grindelwald (018/27)
Grindelwald; luge (018/28)
Geraniums on balcony (018/29)
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2013-049/01 Turkey, 1961:
Ankara; Hall of Justice (007/01)
Ankara; President Cemal Gürsel (007/02)
Ankara; President Cemal Gürsel reviews honor guard (007/03)
Ankara; Parliament; President Ismet Inonu (007/04)
Ankara; Parliament, presidential election (007/05)
Ankara; Independence Day, Ataturk's tomb and memorial services (007/06)
Ankara; Ataturk's tomb; memorial services, President Camal Gürsel (007/07)
Ankara; Independence Day parade; Hippodrome (007/08)
Ankara; Independence Day parade; Hippodrome, traditional band (007/09)
Ankara; State Theater; drama (007/10)
Ankara; State Theater; ballet (007/11)
Ankara; State Theater; Tijen Par. Costume is that of the wife of Suleiman the Magnificent (007/12)
Shepherds, Büyük Yagci, between Ankara and Samun (007/13)
Bolaman on the Black Sea, fishing village (007/14)
Giresun on the Black Sea (007/15)
Ünye on the Black Sea, fishing village (007/16)
Ordu, village on the Black Sea (007/17)
Stream feeding Black Sea (007/18)
Trabzon on Black Sea (007/19)
Trabzon, Abdullah Cikla, boy salesman (007/20)
Trabzon; folk dancers on Black Sea (007/21)
Trabzon; fisherman (007/22)
Dik Kaya, mountain area between Trabzon and Erzurum (007/23)
Torul-Gümüshane, coffee shop (007/24)
Zigana Köyü, mountain village, children (007/25)
Kop Dagindan, between Trabzon and Erzurum (007/26)
Erzurum (007/27)
Erzurum; folk dancers. Mill Oyum Ekibi. “Bar”dance troupe from Erzurum. Palandoken mountain range in background (007/28)
Erzurum; university (007/29)
Erzurum; Mevlüt Pürtü, rug merchant (007/30)
Soyfan Köyü, Aladag, mountain village (007/31)
Mountain shepherd and flock (007/32)
Mountain area between Erzurum and Agri (007/33)
Mount Ararat (007/34)
Ishak Pasa Palace, Dogubayzit (007/35)
Agri area; peasant farmer (007/36)
Agri bazaar (007/37)
Lake Von (007/38)
Bitlis, Yürük, tribes (Kurds), Roman bridge (007/39)
Diyarbakir; fisherman (007/40)
Diyarbakir; Ulu, "The Great Mosque" (007/41)
Caravan between Diyarbakir and Urfa (007/42)
Arab dressed Turks outside Diyarbakir (007/43)
Arab village near Urfa (007/44)
Urfa Kisas, Köyü, near Urfa (007/45)
Emine Güler, peasant girl, Iplik Yapan Köylü (007/46)
Urfa (007/47)
Gaziantep (007/48)
Antakya (007/49)
Antakya, St. Peter's Grotto, first Christian church (007/50)
Adana; textile king, Haci Ömer Sabanci (007/51)
Caravanserai (007/52)
Peasant woman between Urgup and Nevsehir (007/53)
Between Urgup and Nevsehir (007/54)
Goreme (007/55)
Konya, Mevlana Tomb, founder of Whirling Dervishes (007/56)
Konya, doorway of School of Karatay (007/57)
Konya; rug manufacturer (007/58)
Mamuriye Castle on Mediterranean (007/59)
Paradise, near Silifke (007/60)
Silifke folk dancers (007/61)
Kirpil, mountain village near Silifke (007/62)
Anamur Castle (007/63)
Gypsy and dancing bear near Alanya (007/64)
Aspendos, finest preserved Roman theater in world (007/65)
Aspendos Castle (007/66)
Alanya, walled city (007/67)
Tayyar Cholak at Karayen Fountain (007/68)
Perge (007/69)
Antalya Harbor (007/70)
Antalya (007/71)
Burdur sheep bazaar (007/72)
Hierapolis (Pamukkale), Greek city on mountaintop (007/73)
Izmir (007/74)
Selçuk (007/75)
Selçuk, Hatice and Ibrahim Savran (007/76)
Ephesus and Temple of Diana (007/77)
Ephesus and home of Virgin Mary (007/78)
Pergamon (007/79)
Pergamon, Mustafa Kavacik (007/80)
Bursa (007/81)
Bursa; the Great Mosque (007/82)
Bursa; the Green Shrine. (007/83)
Bursa; Sword and Shield folk dancers (007/84)
Isa Eren, farmer, Eski Mezarlik village (007/85)
Istanbul; Golden Horn (007/86)
Istanbul; nets and fishermen, Bosphorus (007/87)
Istanbul; the Fortress of Rumeli Hiser on the Bosphorus and traditional band (007/88)
Istanbul; Blue Mosque and Imir (007/89)
Istanbul; St. Sophia (007/90)
Istanbul; Kazim Taskent, wealthy businessman (007/91)
Istanbul; Behzat Butak, famous actor (007/92)
Istanbul; Orhan Kemal (novelist) and Edip Cançever (poet) (007/93)
Istanbul; Greek Patriarch Athenagoras and Fener Patrikhanesi (cathedral) (007/94)
Istanbul; Nusin Ulas, daughter of ex-Foreign Minister (007/95)
Istanbul; Yuksel Arkut, coffee girl, Hilton Hotel (007/96)
Istanbul; Güler sisters, famous oriental dancers, Hilton Turkish Room (007/97)
Istanbul; Hilton Turkish Room (007/98)
Istanbul; Misir Çarsis Lokantasi, Egyptian Bazaar restaurant (007/99)
Eyup Cemetery by Cafe Pierre Loti, overlooking the Golden Horn (007/100)
Istanbul; Turkey's famous swindler (007/101)
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2013-049/04 Alabama, USA, March 1960:
Cities
Birmingham
Isle Dauphine Club, Dauphin Island
Forkland; cotton picking
Forkland; Rosemont Plantation
Forkland; roadside caddis
Montgomery
Dexter Avenue
Mobile
Tuscaloosa
University of Alabama
Bellingrath Gardens, Theodore
Deer hunting, Carlton, Tombigbee River Valley
Subjects
African Americans (share-croppers; cotton-picking)
Farming
Village roads
Personalities
Altmayer, J. P.,collector of swords and firearms, Mobile
Representative Boykin, Frank W., McIntosh
McGowin family, Capman
Senator Sparkman, John J., Courthouse, Huntsville
Smith, John M., proprietor, general store in Gainsville
Strode, Hudson, General Josiah Gorgas Home, Tuscaloosa
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2013-049/01 Arizona, USA:
Mission of San Xavier, south of Tucson. (003/01)
Dude ranch of "Sis" Allen Kenyon at Tubac, south of Tucson (003/02)
Tucson; Desert Museum (003/03)
Will Rogers, Jr. (003/03a)
Cactus in Tucson area (003/**)
Tuscon pool; Lucy Richardson (003/4a)
Kitt Peak, outside Tucson (003/05)
Tycoon Dell Webb, Phoenix (003/06)
Governor Goddard of Arizona at his Inauguration (003/07)
Guy Taylor, conductor of Phoenix symphony (003/08)
Growing Phoenix (003/09)
Lawrence D. Mayor, Phoenix's largest owner of real estate construction (003/10)
Taliesen West, outside Phoenix (003/11)
Scottsdale Arabian horse show (003/12)
Pinnille Peak patio stagecoach (003/13)
Montezuma Castle National Monument (003/14)
Flagstaff; Buffalo Park (003/15)
Flagstaff; Snow Bowl (003/16)
Williams; Bill Williams Mountain Men (003/17)
Grand Canyon (003/18)
Williams; skiers (003/19)
Monument Valley (003/20)
Old Tucson (003/21)
Dr. Gerald Kuiper, head of Lunar Lab, Tucson (003/22)
Dr. John F. McCauley, chief, Unmanned Lunar Exploration, Flagstaff (003/23)
Mr. and Mrs. George Parker, Amado, with hunting trophies (003/24)
Phoenix; Frank Lloyd Wright Cultural Center (003/25)
Phoenix; Rodeo (003/26)
Indian Reservation near Page (003/27)
Filming of movie, “McKenna’s Gold” near Page
Highway to Grand Canyon
Extinct volcano near Flagstaff
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2013-049/04 Arkansas, USA:
Otis Gambill and mule, near Timbo (058/01)
Dulcimer workshop, Mountain View (058/02)
Ozark dolls, Mountain View, made by Kathryn Bradshaw (058/03)
Jimmy Driftwood, musician, Timbo (058/04)
Jimmy Driftwood and wife outside old Ozark cabin (058/05)
Old Ozark cabin belonging to Dale Faris (058/06)
Jimmy Driftwood playing by barn. Instrument on wall is made from fence rail, ox-yoke, and bed headboard, and is over 100 years old (058/07)
Instrument on barn, See #7 (058/08)
Hillbilly musician, Book Miller, near Mountain View (058/09)
Couple in doorway, near Mountain View (058/10)
Ozark farmhouse (058/11)
Swimming hole, Sylamore Creek (058/12)
Barn, Mountain View (058/13)
Morrison house from barn, Timbo (058/14)
Hollow near Mountain View (058/15)
Scene near Mountain View (058/16)
Tree sculpture with bottles, by Kathryn Bradshaw (058/17)
Whittler, Mountain View (058/18)
Hayden Shannon's place and pond, Happy Hollow (058/19)
Pond near Otis Gammill's place (058/20)
Hillbilly musicians, Fox (058/21)
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2013-049/05 Delaware, USA:
New Castle; Old State (Court) House (062/01)
New Castle; Old State (Court) House, cupola (062/01a)
New Castle; Town Hall cupola (062/02)
New Castle; Immanuel Church (062/03)
Delaware River; Delaware Memorial Bridge (062/04)
Delaware River; industrial area (062/05)
New Castle; street scene (062/06)
Dover; church (062/07)
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2013-049/03 Georgia, USA, 1969:
Atlanta: skyline; day and dusk (016/01)
Atlanta: Peachtree Center (016/02)
Atlanta: Peachtree Center; girl-watching (016/03)
Atlanta: Regency Hyatt House lobby (016/04)
Atlanta: Regency Hyatt House; Polaris Lounge. Overlooking Peachtree Center, with architect John Portman, his wife, and friends (016/05)
Atlanta: Regency Hyatt House; Polaris Lounge, overlooking Peachtree Center (016/06)
Atlanta: Regency Hyatt House; Polaris Lounge, photographed at dusk from top of Merchandise Mart (016/07)
Atlanta: Regency Hyatt House hostesses (016/08)
Atlanta: Midnight Sun restaurant (016/09)
Atlanta: Memorial Arts Center Theater lobby, on symphony night (016/10)
Atlanta: Memorial Arts Center exterior (016/11)
Atlanta: Memorial Arts Center Art School (016/12)
Atlanta: State House, from stadium (016/13)
Atlanta: Memorial Arts Center Art School; director (016/14)
Atlanta: Memorial Arts Center Art School; student (016/16)
Atlanta: Memorial Arts Center Junior Museum exhibition (016/17)
Atlanta: Wit's End satirical review (016/08)
Underground Atlanta nightclub (016/19)
Underground Atlanta waitress (016/20)
Underground Atlanta street scenes (016/21)
Underground Atlanta; Apothecary nightclub (016/22)
Atlanta Ballet (016/23)
Martin Luther King, Jr. gravesite (016/24)
Coretta King, widow of Martin Luther King, Jr. (016/25)
Atlanta: Braves-Mets playoff, 1969 (016/26)
Atlanta: Hank Aaron, Braves' big gun (016/27)
Atlanta colleges and students (016/28)
Six Flags Over Georgia (016/29)
Stone Mountain, and sculptures of General Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and President Jefferson Davis (016/30)
Atlanta colleges (016/31)
Atlanta colleges (016/32)
Atlanta colleges (016/33)
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2013-049/05 Illinois, USA:
Springfield; Lincoln's home (063/01)
Springfield; Lincoln's home; washstand (063/02)
Springfield; Lincoln's home; hat and shawl (063/03)
Springfield; Lincoln's tomb (063/04)
Springfield; statue at Lincoln's tomb (063/05)
New Salem, near Springfield (063/06)
Chicago; skyline (063/07)
Chicago. Old Town; Wells Street (063/08)
Chicago. Old Town; "Chances R" Bar, looking out to Wells Street (063/09)
Chicago. Old Town; owner of Charlie's General Store, Piper's Alley, with his sister (063/10)
Chicago. Old Town; window display at Charlie's General Store (063/11)
Chicago. Old Town; fence still-life in Piper's alley, outside Charlie's General Store (063/12)
Chicago. Old Town; window display at the Emporium (063/13)
Chicago. Old Town; interiors at the Emporium (063/14)
Chicago. Old Town; Town Shop on Wells Street (063/15)
Chicago. Old Town; Mad Greek Restaurant; Oriental dancing (063/16)
Chicago. Old Town; owners of a women's boutique (063/17)
Chicago. Old Town; former commercial artist, and owner of antique shop (063/18)
Chicago. Old Town; Howard Neyland, doorman at That Steak Joynt (063/19)
Chicago. Old Town; Saturday's Children Quartet (063/20)
Chicago. Old Town; Antonio's Steak House (063/21)
Chicago. Old Town; topless bar (063/22)
Chicago. Old Town; bartender and waitress at That Steak Joynt (063/23)
Chicago. Old Town; girl in red outside Charlie's General Store, on Piper's Alley (063/24)
Chicago. Old Town; the Wig Shop, Piper's Alley (063/25)
Chicago. Old Town; window display (063/26)
Chicago. Civic Center, with Alexander Calder sculpture (063/27)
Chicago. Miscellaneous architectural shots (063/28)
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2013-049/04 Montana, USA:
Great Falls (071/01)
Landscape near Great Falls (071/02)
Sunset outside Great Falls (071/03)
White cliffs on Missouri River, near Virgelle (071/04)
Missouri River near ferry landing, Virgelle (071/05)
Virginia Cit. (071/06)
Farm on Madison River, near Yellowstone (071/07)
Fishing in Madison River (071/08)
National Bison Range, near Ronan (071/09)
Near National Bison Range, Ronan (071/10)
Farm near National Bison Range, Ronan (071/11)
Hidden Falls (071/12)
Montana wheat harvest, sheaves of wheat (071/13)
Wheatfields between Glacier and Yellowstone parks (071/14)
Wheatfields and cloudy sky, northern Montana (071/15)
Indian boy on motorcycle, Frazer (071/17)
Horses just north of Yellowstone (071/18)
Glacier National Park; Upper St. Mary's Lake (071/19)
Glacier National Park; McDonald Creek (071/20)
Glacier National Park; Trick Falls (071/21)
Glacier National Park; wildflowers (071/22)
Glacier National Park (071/23)
Farm at entrance to Glacier National Park (071/24)
Flowers and well near Glacier National Park (071/25)
Trailer and bicycles (071/26)
Couple on motorcycle near Glacier National Park (071/27)
Blackfeet Indian Reservation (071/28)
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2013-049/01 New Hampshire & Vermont, USA, 1968:
Lumber camp "Second Lake" in northern New Hampshire, at source of Connecticut River (004/01)
Farmer; northern New Hampshire, outside Pittsburg by Lake Francis (one of the source of the Connecticut River) (004/02)
Fisherman; Connecticut River at Begging (004/03)
Fisherman; Beaver Dam by Pittsburg. (004/04)
James Campbell Wemyss, Jr. Vice President and General Manager of Groveton Papers Company, taken at the Groveton, NH plant, on the Upper Ammonoosuc River, near confluence with Connecticut River. (004/05)
Clarence and Donald Marshall, dairy and potato farmers. Farm borders Connecticut River for one mile. Northumberland, N.H. (004/06)
Placey’s dairy farm at Newbury, VT. Farm (1762) is on bow of the Connecticut River. (004/07)
East Topsham, VT. (004/08)
East Corinth, VT. (004/09)
Canoes from Camp Keewaydin on bend in Connecticut River, north of Colebrook (004/10)
Connecticut River farm (004/11)
Auction near East Corinth, VT (004/12)
Waterfall and mill, Barnet, VT (004/13)
Wife of owner and director of the Walker Museum, Fairlee, VT (004/14)
Mrs. Sharon Person at waterfall near Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (004/15)
Mr. H. H. Whitmore, president of Jones and Lamson Machine Tools, Springfield, VT (004/16)
Marlboro School of Music, Marlboro, NH (004/17)
Formerly Hanover Inn, Hanover, NH (004/18-23)
Franconia College, Franconia, NH (004/18-23)
Woodstock, VT. Porch of home of George P. Marsh (004/18-23)
Arlington Howell campground; hot air balloon (004/18-23)
Hanover, NH: Vilhjalmur Stefansson. Arctic consultant, Dartmouth College (004/30)
Waterville, NH ski resort: base, cafeteria; ski shop, administration, (004/31)
Waterville, NH ski resort: ski slopes (004/32)
Waterville, NH ski resort: ski lifts (004/33)
Waterville, NH ski resort: candids (004/34)
Waterville, NH ski resort: scenics (004/35)
Waterville ski resort; ski shop (004/36)
Waterville, NH ski resort (004/36)
Hampton, NH (004/36)
Chester, VT. Autumn barn sale (004/36)
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2013-049/04 Canyonlands, Utah, USA:
Jeep, pickup truck, etc. caravan through Canyonlands (013/01)
Map checking regularly (013/02)
Barrier Canyon (013/03)
1000-yr. old pictographs of the Fremont Indian culture (013/04)
Secretary Udall and Fremont Indian pictographs (013/05)
Udall family at Panorama Point, overlooking The Maze, etc. (013/06)
Water fight at Frenchmen's Spring (013/07)
Fireside singing at the Maze (013/08)
Scrabble, etc., overlooking the Maze (013/09)
Rock-climbing and repelling down into The Maze (013/10)
Arrival at bottom of Maze (013/11)
Walking up Maze canyons (013/12)
Pictographs at base of Maze canyons (013/13)
Waterhole at bottom of Maze (013/14)
Camp at Lizard Rock and hike to Totem Pole and Monument Rock (013/15)
Rock-climbing in the Doll House (013/16)
Studies of Secretary Udall at the Doll House (013/17)
Waterhole Flat (013/18)
Food by campfire (013/19)
Lee Udall (Mrs. Stewart Udall); some with Stewart Udall (013/20)
Stewart and Lee Udall (013/21)
Tom Udall (013/22)
Dennis Udall (013/23)
Helicopter contact (013/24)
Panorama Point (013/25)
The Maze (013/26)
The Fins (013/27)
Details at South Lizard Rock (013/28)
The Totem Pole (013/29)
South Lizard Rock (013/30)
Standing Rock (013/31)
Jack Schweitzer (013/32)
Lynn Udall (013/33)
Stu and Dennis Udall (013/34)
Stu Udall (013/35)
Scott Udall (013/36)
Stu and park official (013/37)
Stu and sons (013/38)
Jamie Udall (013/39)
Group photograph (013/40)
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2013-049/03 Charlottesville, Virginia, USA:
Monticello; Jefferson's bedroom (017/01)
Monticello; Jefferson's bedroom; desk (017/02)
Monticello; music room (017/03)
Monticello; dining room (017/04)
Monticello; living room (017/05)
Monticello; tearoom (017/06)
Monticello; guest bedroom (017/07)
Monticello; guest bedroom; wallpaper (017/08)
Monticello; Jefferson's library (017/09)
Monticello; kitchen (017/10)
Monticello; entrance hall (017/11)
Monticello; porch (017/12)
Monticello; sun porch (017/13)
Monticello; stairs (017/14)
Monticello; mirror in living room (017/15)
Monticello; dining room table centerpiece (017/16)
Monticello; octagonal file desk (017/17)
Monticello; wine dumb waiter (017/18)
Monticello; clocks (017/19)
Monticello; china (017/20)
Monticello; coffee urn (017/21)
Monticello; polygraph (017/22)
Monticello; medicine chest (017/23)
Monticello; busts and weekday clock (017/24)
Monticello; compass (017/25)
Monticello; eagle (017/26)
Monticello; Jefferson portrait (017/27)
Monticello; honeymoon cottage (017/28)
Monticello; scenics; flowers (017/29)
Monticello; exteriors (017/30)
Monticello; exterior, with Rob Coles, fifth great-grandson of Thomas Jefferson (017/31)
University of Virginia; Rotunda (017/32)
University of Virginia; Academical Village (017/33)
Michie's Tavern (l-r: Jackie Slathos, Gloria, Abbs, Ann Burtle, Dot Leonard, Leslie Mann) (017/34)
Boar's Head Inn (017/35)
Boar's Head Inn hot air balloon, over countryside by Oakencroft Vineyard (017/36)
Castle Hill (017/37)
Grace Episcopal Church (017/38)
Ash Lawn; Monroe bedroom (017/39)
Ash Lawn; Monroe statue (017/40)
Albemarle County Courthouse. Built 1763-1781. Albemarle County was founded in 1744, from a portion of Goochland County, and named for the second Earl of Albemarle (017/41)
Albemarle County Courthouse; Judge Stephen Helvin (017/42)
Oakencroft Vineyard; Mrs. Felicia Rogan (017/44)
C&O Restaurant, with co-owners Peter Scott and chef David Simpson in front. Left rear: maître d'hôtel Richard Hoagland and waiters in black aprons, l-r: Steve Berman (beard), Edward Springer, Bill Wenthe. (017/45)
Bed and Breakfast at the Melrose, c. 1738 and 1797 (017/46)
Bed and Breakfast at the Melrose; Mrs. Sally Reger (017/47)
Jill (Mrs. Paul) Summers, and hounds. North of Charlottesville, near Oakencroft and Gibson Mountain (017/48)
Edgemont, near Charlottesville (017/49)
Thomas Jefferson's handwriting, in Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (017/50)
Poplar Forest, near Lynchburg, VA (017/51)
Albemarle County scenics, outside Charlottesville (017/52)
An octagonal room designed by Thomas Jefferson in 1803 for George Divers. Bust of Jefferson in foreground (017/53)
Monticello: Jefferson's office (formerly his bedroom) (017/54)
Monticello: surveyor's scope (017/55)
Monticello: telescope (017/56)
Monticello: guns and telescope (017/57)
Monticello: globe (017/58)
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2013-049/04 Washington, D.C., The White House, Christmas, circa 1967:
Exteriors; North Portico (50/01)
Exteriors; South Portico, National Christmas Tree (50/02)
Pageant of Peace, with the National Christmas Tree. Some views from the South Portico (50/03)
Christmas trees in the White House (50/04)
Christmas trees in the private family quarters (50/05)
Rooms decorated for Christmas (50/06)
State Dining Room (50/07)
Crèche (50/08)
Crèche, seen through doorway (50/09)
Christmas decorations; details (50/10)
Christmas food, inc. chef, yule log, suckling pig, cookies, ice cream clowns, etc. (50/11)
Table settings and decorations (50/12)
Choir. Some including President and Mrs. Johnson (50/13)
University of Maryland Madrigals (some including Robert Merrill) (50/14)
"My Father's Moustache," barbershop quartet (50/15)
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2013-049/05 Auto Racing, Witkins Glen, New York, October 1968:
Cars on race track (019/01)
Drivers (019/02)
Officials; Tex Hopkins (019/03)
Officials; various (019/04)
Officials; timekeeper (019/05)
Pit stops, etc. (019/06)
Purple car (019/07)
Close-ups of cars; details (019/08)
Spectators (019/09)
Reception after race (019/10)
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2013-049/02 Cordon Bleu Cooking Course:
Roast rib of beef (015/001)
Stuffed pork (015/002)
Mussel chowder (015/003)
Apple pie (015/004)
Steamed squash (015/005)
Salad vegetables and herbs (015/006)
Omelet (015/007)
Duck (015/008)
Marble cake (015/009)
Watermelon (015/010)
Preserve still-life (015/011)
New Orleans pot roast (015/012)
Paella (015/013)
Poultry (015/014)
Raspberry flan (015/015)
Peach pie (015/016)
Blueberry muffin (015/017)
Tortière (015/018)
Shellfish (015/019)
Fish (015/020)
White fish (015/021)
Cupboard (015/022)
Squash (015/023)
Stuffed peaches (015/024)
Iced soup (015/025)
Clam technique (015/026-029)
Steamed clams (015/030)
Smorrebord (015/031)
Finished sandwiches (015/032)
Smorrebord technique (015/033-034)
Cheesecake (015/035)
Cheesecake technique (015/036-038)
Chicken curry (015/039)
Autumn preserves (015/040)
Bottled sauces (015/041)
Apples and pears (015/042)
Cover #1 (015/043)
Chocolate mousse (015/044)
Chicken basquaise (015/045)
Tomato gervais (015/046)
Picnic #68 (015/047)
Chicken and peaches (015/048)
Picnic #15 (015/049)
Breads (015/050)
Oyster soup (015/051)
Oysters Rockefeller (015/052)
Sponges (015/053)
Rolled veal (015/054)
Veal technique (015/055-056)
Sole Mornay (015/057)
Braising (015/058)
Manicotti (015/059)
Marinade (015/060)
Chicken sate (015/061)
Martini, cocktail party (015/062)
Cocktail party, hors d'oeuvres (015/063)
Casserole (fish) (015/064)
Lamb casserole (015/065)
Sourdough French bread (015/066)
Sourdough technique (015/067-068)
Deviled chicken technique (015/069)
Tomato soup technique (015/070-71)
Ricotta pie technique (015/072-73)
Freezer (015/074)
Strawberry walnut slice (015/075)
Children's cookies (015/076)Prawns in aspic (015/077)
Winter salad (015/078)
Tub of mushroom cake (015/079)
Mushroom cake technique #1 (015/080-82)
Turkey salad ingredients (015/083)
Twelfth Night cake (015/084)
Fritto misto (015/085)
Beef casserole (Italian) (015/086)
Pickled relishes (015/087)
Shallow fat frying (015/088)
Christmas cookies (015/089)
Coffee party (015/090)
Apple and walnut galette (015/091)
Salmon in aspic (015/092)
Freezing parfaits (015/093)
Krumkakes, cookies, rosettes (015/094-096)
Rosettes technique #1 (015/097-098)
Terrine of duck (015/099)
Quenelles (015/100)
Grenadine of veal (015/101)
Graduation yellow cake (015/102)
Cooking with wine (015/103)
Amoretti (015/104)
Kaisertorte (015/105-108)
Vinaigrette of seafood (015/109)
Filet of beef (015/110)
Tutti frutti ice cream (015/111)
Capon (015/112)
Snowball ice cream (015/113)
Strawberry Jeanne Grenier (015/114)
Chilis (015/115)
Tortillas (015/116)
Tacos, tostados, enchiladas (015/117)
Tortilla technique (015/118-120)
Turkey mole (015/121)
Mexican cream dessert (015/122)
Fish and egg mousse (015/123)
Swedish breads (015/124)
Jugelogg (015/125)
Stuffed fish (015/126)
Paskha (015/127)
Blinis and caviar (015/128)
Borshch (015/129)
Russian strawberry dessert (015/130)
Fish kuliebiak (015/131)
Kuliebiak technique (015/132-134)
Veal Russian chops (015/135)
Cholla and cholent (015/136)
Sponge cake (015/137)
Gefilte fish (015/138)
Tempura (015/139)
Sukiyaki (015/140)
Three soups (015/141)
Horimaki sushi (015/142-144)
Sauerkraut soup (015/145)
Duck with red cabbage (015/146)
Carp with sour cream (015/147)
Czech torte (015/148)
Turkish coffee and pastries (015/149)
First course salads (015/150)
Phyllo technique (015/151-152)
Mango steak (015/153)
Tropical cookies (015/154)
Rijstafel (015/155)
Cuban soup (015/156)
Pacific drinks (015/157)
Game (015/158)
Japanese vegetables (015/159)
Scandinavian smoked fish (015/160-162)
Beef with prunes technique (015/163)
Sponge techniques (015/164)
Gefilte fish technique (015/165)
Winter melon soup (015/166)
Beef rice casserole, with dried fried shrimp (015/167)
Asparagus chicken (015/168)
Steamed eggs with clams (015/169)
Curried crab in shell (015/170)
Chicken à la Kan (015/171)
Lychee pineapple pork (015/172)
Duck, cut up and whole (015/173)
Dry fried shrimp, technique #1 (015/174-175)
Asparagus chicken technique #1 (015/176-177)
Russian paskha technique (015/178)
Blinis technique (015/179)
Portrait of Chinese chef (015/180)

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