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Alma Lavenson archive circa 1894-1990

AG212


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Lavenson, Alma (1897-1989) .
Title: Alma Lavenson archive
Inclusive Dates: circa 1894-1990
Quantity: 16 boxes 12 linear
Abstract: Papers and photographic materials, 1894-1990, of Alma Lavenson (1897-1989), photographer. Includes negatives, prints, biographical materials, correspondence, scrapbooks, travel journals, and photographic equipment. (12 linear feet)
Identification: AG212
Language: Material in English
Repository: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona
1030 N. Olive Rd., P.O. Box 210103
Tucson, AZ 85721-0103
Phone: 520-621-6273
Fax: 520-621-9444
Email: info@ccp.arizona.edu
URL: http://creativephotography.org

Biographical/ Historical Note

Lavenson was born in San Francisco in 1897. She was the only child of Albert Lavenson and Amy Furth. Albert Lavenson was the son of German immigrants and the co-owner of the successful Capwell Department Store in San Francisco. Lavenson attended private and public schools in San Francisco and later graduated from UC Berkeley in 1919 with a degree in psychology. At this time she began to take her first photographs.

In 1922 Alma travelled all over Europe for seven months and kept a careful travel journal which she later typed and illustrated entitled “My Discovery of Europe”. By 1923 Lavenson had learned to develop and print her own photographs by watching a technician at a drug store. She later acquired a homemade enlarger from a friend and set up a darkroom in her home. She photographed with a 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ Ensign Popular Reflex camera which she outfitted with a soft-focus Waterbury lens (in collection). Lavenson had no formal photographic training, but avidly read photography magazines and books on composition. By 1926 Lavenson was photographing extensively in the Bay Area, including industrial subjects. Lavenson’s father was friends with art Patron Albert Bender, who was instrumental in introducing Lavenson to the San Francisco photographic community (1930), and encouraged Lavenson to meet and purchase work by Diego Rivera when she travelled to Mexico (1926).

In 1927 Lavenson’s piece The light beyond (Zion Canyon) was published on the front cover of Photo-era magazine. Throughout the early 1930s Lavenson’s work was frequently published in Photo-era and Camera craft. In 1930 Lavenson’s father, by then a prominent figure and philanthropist in the Oakland community, died from a heart attack. At this point Albert Bender supplied Lavenson with letters of introduction to Edward Weston, Imogen Cunningham, and Consuelo Kanaga. Lavenson befriended Kanaga and Cunningham, and the three photographed extensively together. Cunningham became a life-long friend and a great influence on Lavenson’s photography. The archive contains photographs of Lavenson and her family by Cunningham. Based on critiques from Edward Weston and urging from Cunningham, Lavenson eventually abandoned her soft-focus lens and began working in straight photography.

By 1931 Lavenson was exhibiting in pictorialist salons nationally and internationally. In April, 1932 she had a one-person exhibit at the California Camera Club. Later in 1932 Lavenson was included in three important exhibitions: Showing of hands, California trees and the inaugural exhibit of the f/64 group all at the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco. In 1933 Lavenson had one-person exhibits at the Brooklyn Museum and the de Young Museum. Lavenson’s early exhibitions are documented in her scrapbooks, correspondence, and exhibition files.

In 1933 Lavenson married attorney Matt Wahrhaftig. She changed her name to Alma Wahrhaftig, but continued to use Lavenson for all photographic work. Alma and Matt had two boys Paul and Albert. Matt Wahrhaftig died in 1957 and Lavenson never remarried. Lavenson’s personal life is documented in biographical materials and extensive prints of Lavenson and her family.

Lavenson’s long-term project photographing gold-rush ghost towns in the Mother Lode region began around 1933 and spanned over forty years. The Alma Lavenson Archive includes an extensive collection of negatives from the Mother Lode, in addition to project files relating to a proposed book on the Mother Lode in collaboration with historian Richard Dillion in the 1970s and 1980s.

In 1978, Jean Tucker, University of Missouri-St. Louis, organized a recreation of the 1932 f/64 exhibition, which triggered a renewed interest in the photography of Alma Lavenson and retrospective exhibits of her work. A second scrapbook, included in the Lavenson Archive, documents this second prolific phase in Lavenson’s career as a photographer.


Scope and Content

The Alma Lavenson Archive contains the personal papers and photographic materials of the photographer Alma Lavenson (1897-1989). The materials in the archive date from 1894-1990 with the bulk of the materials from 1920-1985. The archive consists of correspondence, biographical materials, travel journals, scrapbooks, exhibition files, project files, publications, and photographic materials including an extensive collection of negatives. Please see the archivist for a selected exhibition history list.


Arrangement

The Collection is arranged into the following series:
Series 1: Correspondence, 1942-1988, 1 box
Series 2: Biographical Materials, 1894-1985, 8 boxes
Subseries 1: Personal Materials Related to Alma Lavenson, 1915-1985
Subseries 2: Portraits of Alma Lavenson, Family, and Friends 1894-1990
Subseries 3: Travel Journal and Letters Home
Subseries 4: Scrapbooks
Series 3: Travel Journals and Letters Home, 1922-1972, 1 box
Series 4: Scrapbooks, 1927-1987, 2 boxes
Series 5: Exhibitions, 1934-1986, 1 box
Series 6: Project Files, 1978-1981, 1 box
Series 7: Publications, 1979, 1 box
Series 8: Photographic Materials,
Subseries 1: Negatives
Subseries 2: Photographs
Subseries 3: Photographic Equipment
Appendix A: List of Negatives

Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

Access to this collection requires an appointment with the Volkerding Study Center.

Conditions Governing Use

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission from the copyright owner (which could be the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates or literary executors) prior to any copyright-protected uses of the collection.

The user agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents, the University of Arizona, Center of Creative Photography, including its officers, employees, and agents, from and against all claims made relating to copyright or other intellectual property infringement


Controlled Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Cunningham, Imogen
Lavenson, Alma

Family Name(s)

Corporate Name(s)

Geographic Name(s)

Subject(s)
Photography

Genre Form(s)

Title(s)


Administrative Information

Custodial History

Gift of Albert Wahrhaftig and Paul Wahrhaftig, sons of Alma Lavenson, starting in 2006.

Preferred Citation

Alma Lavenson archive. AG212. Center for Creative Photography. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Processing Information

Processed by Molly Stothert-Maurer. Completed October, 2010. Finding aid update by Phoenix Smithey in 2017.


Container List

Series 1 Correspondence 1947-1988
boxfolder
1 1 "A" 1970, 1976
boxfolder
1 2 "B" 1979, 1988
1 3 Center for Creative Photography
1 4 Craven, George M. 1973, 1980
1 5 “C” 1980
1 6 “E”-“F” 1973, 1979, 1981
1 7 Friends of Photography 1987
1 8 Henry Art Gallery 1983
1 9 Jacobs, Lou Jr. 1979
1 10 Robert Koch, Inc. 1981
1 11 Library Associates, California Polytechnic University 1980
1 12 Library of Congress 1949
1 13 Newhall, Nancy 1957
1 14 Photography in the Fine Arts (PFA) 1965-1966
1 15 Oakland Museum 1968, 1973, 1978-1979
1 16 Oakland Museum, photocopies of catalog records n.d.
1 17 “S” 1970
1 18 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 1942, 1963, 1981-1983
1 19 “U” 1969
1 20 U.S. Office of War Information 1943, 1945
1 21 University of California, Riverside 1977-1981
1 22 U.C.B Gallery 1983
1 23 Van Dyke, Willard 1976-1979
Index
Correspondence Index
c = Correspondence
e = Exhibitions
p = Project Files
pm = Photographic Materials
Allen, Agnes, 1945 c. See United States Office of War Information
American Sociological Association, 1970 c
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1976 c
Andrews, Linda, 1981 p. See Northland Press
Baltimore Museum of Art, 1988 c
Bell, Philip F., 1949 c. See Library of Congress
Blesse, Robert E., 1980 c. See Library Associates, California Polytechnic State University
Brown, Turner, 1980 c. See Complete Book of Photographers
Bruce, Chris c, 1983. See Henry Art Gallery
Burnhard, Ruth, 1979 c
Calaveras County Museum, 1982 e
Carter, Gladys, 1973 c. See Educational Audio Visual, Inc.
Center for Creative Photography, [n.d.], 1979 c, pm
Craven, George, 1973, 1980 c
Coke, Van Deren, 1983 c. See San Francisco Museum of Art
Complete Book of Photographers, 1980 c
Culler, George D., 1963 c. See San Francisco Museum of Art
Cunningham, Judith, 1982 e. See Calaveras County Museum
Dater, Judy, 1978, 1979 pm
Deal, Joe, 1977-1981 c. See University of California, Riverside
deGooyer, Kirk A., 1979 c. See University of California, Riverside
Desmarais, Charles, 1981 c. See University of California, Riverside
Dillon, Richard, 1978-1981 p
Dmitri, Ivan, 1965-1966 c. See Photography in the Fine Arts
DuPont, Diana C., 1981 c. See San Francisco Museum of Art
Educational Audio Visual, Inc, 1973 c
Ellegood, Donald R., 1981 p. See University of Washington Press
Enyeart, James [n.d.] c. See Center for Creative Photography
Featherstone, David, 1987 c. See Friends of Photography
Friends of Photography, 1987 c
Fisher, Jay M., 1988 c. See Baltimore Museum of Art
Fontana, Bunny, 1979 p. See Center for Creative Photography
Fraenkel Gallery, 1981 c
Fraenkel, Jeffrey, 1981 c. See Fraenkel Gallery
Fuller, Pat, 1978 e. See Seattle Arts Commission
Furth, Montgomery, 1979 c
Gahagan, G. William, 1945 c. See United States Office of War Information
Gray, Priscilla, 1981 c. See University of California, Riverside
Green, Mary Beth, 1981 p. See Northland Press
Hairston, Barbara 1985, 1986 e. See Sonoma State University
Harlow, Ann, 1978 c. See Oakland Museum
Henry Art Gallery, 1983 c
Heyman, Therese, 1968, 1979 c. See Oakland Museum
Hogan, Homer, 1969 c. See University of Guelph
Hughes, Thomas, 1942 c. See San Francisco Museum of Art
Jacobs, Lou Jr., 1979 c
Kennedy, Donna, 1979 e. See University of California, Riverside
Koch, Robert, Inc., 1981 c
Kress, Samuel H. Foundation, 1988 c
Kurth, William H., 1949 c. See Library of Congress
Levin, Ida D., 1976 c. See American Association for the Advancement of Science
Library Associates, California Polytechnic State University, 1980 c
Library of Congress, 1949 c
McCurdy, Daniel, 1980 c. See University of California, Riverside
Newhall, Nancy, 1957 c
Noble and Noble Publishers, 1969 c
Northland Press, 1979-1981 p
Oakland Museum, 1968, 1973, 1978-1979 c
Partnow, Elaine, 1980 c. See Complete Book of Photographers
Peetz, John E., 1973 c. See Oakland Museum
Photography in the Fine Arts, 1965-1966 c
Press Enterprise Co., 1979 e. See University of California, Riverside
Ross, Judith, 1969 c. See Noble and Noble Publishers, Inc.
Sanders, Mark, 1979 p. See Northland Press
San Francisco Museum of Art, 1942, 1963, 1981-1983 c
Schiller, Jane L., 1970 c. See Sociological Resources for the Social Studies
Seattle Arts Commission, 1978 e
Sernett, William F., 1980 p. See Northland Press
Sociological Resources for the Social Studies, 1970 c
Sonoma State University, 1985-1986 e
Tsujimoto, Karen, 1981-1982 c. See San Francisco Museum of Art
Tucker, Jean S., 1977 e. See University of Missouri, St. Louis
U.C.B. Gallery, 1983 c
United States Office of War Information, 1945 c
University of California Press, 1978 p
University of California, Riverside, 1978-1981 c
University of Guelph, 1969 c
University of Missouri, St. Louis, 1977 e
University of Washington Press, 1978, 1981 p
University of Washington, Seattle, 1983 c
Van Dyke, Willard, 1976-1979 c
Wahrhaftig, Albert L., 1978 p
Series 2 Biographical Materials 1915-1985
Subseries 1 Personal Materials Related to Alma Lavenson 1915-1985
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2 1 Lavenson’s High School diploma June 2, 1915
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2 2 Matt Wahrhaftig honorable discharge from the U.S. Army 1919
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2 3 Architectural Photographs (commission? see related materials AG212:12 Scrapbook) 1928
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2 4 Portrait of Yehudi Menuhin signed for Matt Wahrhaftig 1930
2 5 Albert Lavenson memorial record June 8, 1930
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2 6 Lavenson passports 1967-1970
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2 7 Award, Art in the Embassies n.d.
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2 8 Award, San Francisco Arts Commission 1985
Subseries 2 Portraits of Alma Lavenson, Family, and Friends 1894-1990
Note: Photographs of Alma Lavenson and family photographs. Includes photographs of Lavenson from infancy to old age, by a number of commercial studios and artist studios, the latter including: Laura Adams [Laura Adams Armer], Oscar Mauer, Dassonville, Hagemeyer, Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, Abe Aronow, etc.
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3 1 Furth-Lavenson extended family portraits n.d.
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3 2 Albert S. Lavenson portraits (Alma’s father) n.d.
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3 3 Amy Furth Lavenson portraits (Alma’s mother) n.d., 1894
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3 4 Alma Lavenson’s parents 1905
3 5 Lavenson family portraits (photocopies) n.d.
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3 6 Matt Wahrhaftig portraits (Alma’s husband) [n.d.], 1910, 1917-1918, 1933
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3 7 Alma Lavenson child portraits ca. 1898-1906
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3 8 Alma Lavenson child portraits at Thors Studio ca. 1900
3 9 Alma Lavenson adolescent portraits ca. 1910
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3 10 Alma Lavenson portraits ca. 1915
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3 11 Alma Lavenson and family portraits ca. 1915
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3 12 Alma Lavenson with family in the Mother Lode ca. 1920
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3 13 Alma Lavenson with family and Joe Deal 1940s-1980s
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3 13 Alma Lavenson with family and Joe Deal 1940s-1980s
3 14 Alma Lavenson portraits, photographers include: Cunningham, Kanaga Crook, Dunbar, and Hagemeyer 1930-1990
3 15 Alma Lavenson portrait ca. 1965
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3 16 Alma Lavenson portrait and letters, photographer: Judy Dater 1978,1979
3 17 Alma Lavenson portraits, photographer: Ronda Crook 1981
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3 18 Alma Lavenson portraits ca. 1981
3 19 Copy prints made by George Stimson at Dave Gardner’s for Alma Lavenson Photographs by Susan Ehrens ca. 1990
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4 Oversized photographs of Lavenson, Furth, and Wahrhaftig families [n.d.], Alma Lavenson portraits, photographers include: Laura Adams Armer, Imogen Cunningham, William E. Dassonville, Horace Hirschler, and Herman Schieberth. n.d., 1900-1962
boxfolder
7 13-16 Copy prints made by George Stimson at Dave Gardner’s for Alma Lavenson Photographs by Susan Ehrens ca. 1990
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19 Artifacts from Imogen Cunningham materials: photographic paper boxes film boxes, negative sleaves, and envelopes used to house photographic materials. Contains original notes.
Subseries 3 Travel Journal and Letters Home 1894-1990
Note: Photographs of Alma Lavenson and family photographs. Includes photographs of Lavenson from infancy to old age, by a number of commercial studios and artist studios, the latter including: Laura Adams [Laura Adams Armer], Oscar Mauer, Dassonville, Hagemeyer, Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, Abe Aronow, etc.
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2 9 “My Discovery of Europe- A.D. 1922”, compilation of letters, typed and illustrated April 2- June 13, 1922
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2 10 “My Discovery of Europe- A.D. 1922”, compilation of letters, typed and illustrated June 15- October 10, 1922
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2 11 “Through Old Mexico With Gum and Camera”, compilation of letters,typed and illustrated March 7- April 4, 1926
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2 12 Travel journal 1959-1962
2 13 Travel to Europe, itinerary 1962
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2 14 Travel to Southeast Asia, itinerary and letters 1965
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2 15 Travel to South Africa, letters to family 1969
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2 16 Travel to South America, letters to family 1970
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2 17 Balkan Trip (Europe), letters to family July- August 1972
Subseries 4 Scrapbooks 1894-1990
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5 Scrapbook I: media clippings, exhibition programs, invitations, and photographs. Documents her photography publications (Camera Craft, etc.), awards, and exhibitions including international pictorialist salons as well as significant group exhibitions (f/64 at the de Young, Showing of Hands, California Trees exhibition, Family of Man, etc) and one-person exhibitions (Brockhurst, SFMOMA, Oakland Museum, etc.), an early architectural commission and other local, national and international activities. 1927-1948
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6 Scrapbook II: media clippings, exhibition programs, invitations, and photographs. Documents her photography activities that now includes frequent participation in the San Francisco Women Artists exhibitions and other group exhibitions; her one-person exhibition [with publication] at Riverside. This scrapbook is largely composed of newspaper and magazine clippings that document one person exhibitions and group shows, awards, etc. also includes a folder of clippings that were not incorporated into this scrapbook, mostly from the 1950s. 1978-1987
Series 3 Exhibition Files 1934-1986
boxfolder
1 24 “Photographs by Alma Lavenson”, 683 Brockhurst Gallery, Oakland 1934
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1 25 Women’s City Club, Berkley 1943
1 26 “People of Guatemala and Mexico…,” San Francisco Museum of Art 1960
1 27 “Group f.64”, University of Missouri, St. Luis 1977
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1 28 Seattle Arts Commission 1978
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1 29 “Alma Lavenson”, University of California, Riverside 1979
1 30 Oakland Museum 1979
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1 31 Calaveras County Museum 1982
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1 32 Group f.3 1983
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1 33 “More Than Land or Sky: The Northern California Landscape”, Sonoma State University 1985-1986
Series 4 Project Files 1978-1981
Note: Mother Lode Book (never published)
boxfolder
7 1 Dillon, Richard, correspondence 1978-1981
7 2 University of Washington Press 1978, 1981
7 3 Text for publication by Richard Dillon ca. 1980
boxfolder
7 4 University of California Press 1978
boxfolder
7 5 Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona 1979
7 6 Northland Press 1979-1981
boxfolder
7 7 Alma Lavenson, California Museum of Photography, exhibition catalog 1979
Series 5 Photographic Materials 1978-1981
Note: Mother Lode Book (never published)
Subseries 1 Negatives
Note: Original photographic negatives by Alma Lavenson. Many of these materials have been isolated in cold storage. Two weeks advanced notice is required for access.
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8 Early Negatives: Black and White: 3” x 4”, 3 ¾” x 3”, 2 ½” x 4 ¼” (bulk), Unidentified, Yosemite Valley, Avignon, Basle, Bruges, Brussels, Budapest, Chateau Country, Lake Como, England, Florence, Frankfurt [1922], Glacier National Park [1924], Dink Children [1926]. Organized alphabetically by location ca. 1922, 1924, 1926
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9 Early Negatives Continued: Black and White: 2 ½” x 4 ¼”, Hawaii [1924], Interlaken, Switzerland, London, Lucerne, Lugano, Nice [1922], Monte Carlo [1922], Monaco [1922], Paris, Pisa, Venice [1922], Versailles, Vienna, Waterloo, Tamalpais (Mount Tamalpais, CA) [1926]. Organized alphabetically by location. ca. 1922, 1924, 1926
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10 Very Important Negatives”, See Appendix A: List of Negatives 1926-1958
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11 Mother Lode A-R, See Appendix A: List of Negatives
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12 Mother Lode S-Z, See Appendix A: List of Negatives
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12 Negatives 1979-1987. 2 ¼” x 2 ¼” . Organized by year and then alphabetically. Labeled by location. Top right number is year/number of images in sleeve. About 300 negatives. 1979-1987
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13 Travel Negatives. Alphabetical by country or region. 1950s-1985
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14 Color transparencies, slides, and stereo photographs. Contains 2 ¼” by 2 ¼” color slides in Davidson Star D aluminum slide binders, Kodak color stereo photographs, and cardboard-mounted color slides in 35 mm and 2 ¼” by 2 ¼”. Bulk from 1950s. Locations include Hawaii, New England, Haiti, the Southwest, Yosemite, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, the Sierra, and Sydney Mitchell’s garden. Subjects are predominantly trees, flowers, waterfronts, architecture, landscapes, and city-scapes. Some family photographs. ca. 1950s
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15 Color transparencies 2 ¼” by 2 ¼” with metal slide binders. Arranged by location: Hawaii, Haiti, Puerto Rico, New England, St. Thomas, and unidentified. ca. 1955, n.d.
Subseries 2 Photographs
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7 8 Ansel Adams portraits 1941
7 9 Masts and Funnels,1930, Snow Blossoms, 1932, Bear Valley, 1936 ca. 1930, 1932, 1936
7 10 Guatemala. 31 photographs. See also Artifacts AG212:19 Novemember, 1959
7 11 Europe. 14 photographs, 37 contact sheets. See also Artifacts AG212:19 1962
7 12 Greece and Italy. 21 photographs. See also Artifacts AG212:19 1967, 197? [ca. 1970].
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7 16 Work and study prints returned from photograph collection at the direction of the curator. Partially from Light Gallery collection. Prints are stained, unsigned, not annotated, unspotted, and untrimmed.
Subseries 3 Photographic Equipment
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17 Brown Case with handle and metal latches, used to house contents of box 17. Caution: will lock if front latch is closed.
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17 Zeiss Ikon Jdeal 250/7 camera (Ideal in English). Made in Germany.
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17 Zeiss Ikon leather camera case (fits Jdeal 250/7). Serial no. 1682/7.
17 Waterbury lens no. 2514. Scovill Manufacturing Co. New York.
17 Lens board.
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17 Tele-Xenar 282010 lens f:5.5 f=30 cm. Jos Schneider and Co. Kreuznach. Germany.
17 Weston Master Universal Exposure Meter (light meter). Model 715 no. 197088. Weston Emulsion Speeds. Film or Plate Day Tung. Weston Elec. Inst. Corp. Newark, NJ. With leather case.
17 Kodak Combination Filter Case. Series VI Wratten filters A, XI. Eastman Kodak Co. Rochester, NY.
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18 Auto Graflex, curtain aperture. Folmer and Schwing Division. Eastman Kodak Co. Serial no. 12526. With purple lined leather case.
18 Crown View Camera. The Folmer Graflex Corporation. Rochester, NY. Serial no. 24032. With Zeiss Ikon lens. Compur shutter. Goerz Dagor F: 6.8. Series III No. 2. Focus 7 in. Serial no. 225855.
18 Taylor-Hobson Cooke Anastigmat lens. No. 120537 6 ¼ in. Series 11. A. f/3.5. England.
18 Graflex film pack adapter. 4 x 5 Model A 502. The Folmer Graflex Corp. Rochester, NY.
18 Zeiss Ikon G40 film pack.
18 Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. Compound lens. No. 1411461. Rochester, NY. Orig. in Bullock’s Wilshire cardboard box.
18 Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. Compound lens. No. 1411461. Rochester, NY. Orig. in Bullock’s Wilshire cardboard box.
18 Carl Zeiss Jena Distar 3 x 42 lens. No. 201973. Orig. in Bullock’s Wilshire cardboard box.
18 Kodak Series VII Wratten filter K2. Made in USA. Orig. in Bullock’s Wilshire cardboard box.
18 Carl Zeiss Jena lens. Tessar 1:4,5 f=15 cm. No. 1056288. Orig. in Bullock’s Wilshire cardboard box.
18 Bausch and Lomb Optical Co. lens. Series 1C, size 2 ½ x 3 ½, no. 2028282, serial no. 56288. Rochester, NY. Orig. in Bullock’s Wilshire cardboard box.
18 Zeiss Ikon film holder (3). No. 726/7 9 x 12. Dresden, Germany. Orig. in Bullock’s Wilshire cardboard box.
Appendix A
List of Negatives
Box 10, “Very Important Negatives”, 1926-1958
Box 10, Pipeline, Oakland Estuary, November 1926
Box 10, Pole and shadow, ca. 1920
Box 10, Zion National Park, 1927
Box 10, Zion National Park, “The Light Beyond”, June 1927
Box 10, Zion National Park, June 1927
Box 10, New Mexico, Chaco Canyon, April 1928
Box 10, Pueblo Bonito, Frijoles Canyon, Entrance to Kiva, 1928
Box 10, Mesa Verde, 1928
Box 10, Mesa Verde, Cliff dwellings, 1928
Box 10, Sandia [?], 1928
Box 10, Santa Clara, Portraits, 1928
Box 10, San Felipe, 1928
Box 10, San Gabriel, 1928
Box 10, Santo Domingo, Portraits, 1928
Box 10,Taos Pueblo, 1928
Box 10, Navajos, Hogans woman and child, 1928
Box 10, New Mexico, Trees and landscapes, 1928
Box 10, Monterey, Fishing boats, ca. 1928
Box 10, Sunlit wheels, ca. 192-
Box 10, Sunday on the estuary, October – November, 1929
Box 10, Anchored rowboats, tug, and sailboat, 1929
Box 10, Book end and lamp, June, 1929
Box 10, Four and Twenty Blackbirds [?], 1929
Box 10, Lake Merritt, “Rowboats”, November, 1929
Box 10, Lake Merritt, Rowboats, November, 1929
Box 10, Sand and sunlight (Industrial), September, 1929
Box 10, Santa Barbara, Eucalyptus Garden, June, 1929
Box 10, Gram Elevator, 1930
Box 10, Caua [?], 1931
Box 10,Canna Leaves, August, 1930
Box 10, Snow Scenes Cisco, Winter Reflections (The Brook in winter), sierra cabin,
Box 10, Snow-covered hillside, 1930
Box 10, Hetch-Hetchy dam [?], 1930
Box 10, Hetch Hetchy Dam, 1930
Box 10, Hetch-Hetchy Dam, 1930
Box 10, Locomotive, 1930
Box 10, Masts and funnels, 1930
Box 10, Masts and funnels, February 1930
Box 10, Persimmons Still Life, November 1930
Box 10, Richmond, “A Foggy Day”, April 1930
Box 10, Texaco Oil Plant, Barrels, November 1930
Box 10, Airplane, September 1931
Box 10, Avocado leaves, June 1931
Box 10, Calla leaves, May 1931
Box 10, Chrysanthemum [?], 1931
Box 10, Cisco, “Snow Shadows”, 1931
Box 10, Egg Box, September, 1931
Box 10, Estuary (Oakland), January 1931
Box 10, S.F. Docks, “From Distant Ports”, Painting smoke stack, mooring ropes, April 1931
Box 10, Glass studies, September 1931
Box 10, Sweating glass, 1931
Box 10, Glass studies, 1931
Box 10, Glass circles, 1931
Box 10, Glass- 6 bottles, 1931
Box 10, Ships, 1931
Box 10, “Parade of the Poles”, May 1931
Box 10, Standard Oil Co., February 1931
Box 10, Toad stools, February 1931
Box 10, Union Oil Co., Union Oil Tanks, January 1931
Box 10, Lily, September 1932
Box 10, Azaleus [?], 1932
Box 10, Digitalis, March 1932
Box 10, Figurehead, Rigging, 1932
Box 10, Hand Studies, April 1932
Box 10, Hand Studies, hands of an etcher, April 1932
Box 10, Iris, spring 1932
Box 10, Mariposa lilies, April 1932
Box 10, Soda Springs, February 1932
Box 10, Ships, figure head, 1932
Box 10, Water lilies (two flowers), partially closed, 1932
Box 10, Water lilies, September 1932
Box 10, Water lily (single flower), 1932
Box 10, Bridge near Big Sur, 1933
Box 10, Calaveras Cement Works [?], 1933
Box 10, Calaveras Cement Works [?], 1933
Box 10, Calaveras Cement Works III, 1933
Box 10, Carmel, Carmel Valley, September 1933
Box 10, Carquinez Bridge [?], May 1933
Box 10, Carquinez Bridge [?], May 1933
Box 10, Chevrolet Plant, East Oakland, 1933
Box 10, Cobbler, November 1933
Box 10, Crockett, May 1933
Box 10, Eucalyptus leaves, March 1933
Box 10, Eucalyptus leaf, 1933
Box 10, Fort Ross, May 1933
Box 10, Ivy leaves, January 1933
Box 10, Jefferson Street (Oakland), January 1933
Box 10, Plum blossoms, March 1933
Box 10, Point lobos, Monterey cypress, rocks and roots, cows, January 1933
Box 10, Sonoma, Vallejo’s Home, 1933
Box 10, Tahoe, Trees, July 1934
Box 10, Palm Springs, smoke tree, cactus, December 1934
Box 10, Death Valley, December 1936
Box 10, Telegraph pole and wires, ca. 1936
Box 10, Guadalupe, Barn and oak tree, May 1937
Box 10, Guadalupe May 1938
Box 10,Sonoma, Vallejo’s Home, May 1938
Box 10, Carrots, 1938
Box 10, Fort Ross, June 1938
Box 10, Turnips, 1938
Box 10, Monterey, Cannery Buildings, May 1939
Box 10, Sonoma, May 1939
Box 10, San Juan Bautista, May 1939
Box 10, Leaves
Box 10, Lumber and fence
Box 10, Leaf tapestry
Box 10, Windmill
Box 10, Genoa, Haystacks, 1940
Box 10, Buildings Genoa, 1940
Box 10, Genoa, farms and weathered building, 1940
Box 10, Genoa, 1940
Box 10, Nixon, Nevada, Indian Cattle Sale, September 1940
Box 10, Bridgeport, June 1941
Box 10, Mendocino County, Fence and Eucalyptus, September 1941
Box 10, Mendocino County, September 1941
Box 10, Mono Lake, June 1941
Box 10, Mendocino County, November 1941
Box 10, Acoma [?] New Mexico, 1941
Box 10, Clouds, April 1941
Box 10, Frijoles Canyon, New Mexico, 1941
Box 10, Indian Ovens [?], Taos, 1941
Box 10, Indian Ovens, New Mexico, 1941
Box 10, New Mexico – Taos, Jaun Concha governor of Taos, 1941
Box 10,New Mexico – Taos, Rancho de Taos, 1941
Box 10,New Mexico – Taos, fence around church Taos, 1941
Box 10, New Mexico – Taos, boy and door, gathering storm, 1941
Box 10, Taos (New Mexico), 1941
Box 10, Taos Pueblo (New Mexico), 1941
Box 10, Santa Cruz, New Mexico, 1941
Box 10, New Mexico, Sangre de Cristo Mountains from Taos, 1941
Box 10, New Mexico – Taos, woman of Taos plastering house, 1941
Box 10, New Mexico – Las Trampas [?], 1941
Box 10, New Mexico, Truchas, 1941
Box 10, New Mexico, unidentified, 1941
Box 10, Misc. portraits, New Mexico, 1941
Box 10, Penitente Church and graveyard, New Mexico, 1941
Box 10, San Ildefonso Indians, New Mexico, 1941
Box 10, New Mexico, Las Trampas, 1941
Box 10, Yosemite portraits, Ansel’s seminar, 1941
Box 10, Yosemite (Ansel’s workshop), June 1941
Box 10, Yosemite, June 1941
Box 10, Echo Lake, July 1942
Box 10, Echo Lake, July 1942
Box 10, Guadalupe Mine, June 1943
Box 10, Guadalupe Mine – Portraits, June 1943
Box 10, Carmel, Oak tree, August 1944
Box 10, Carnival, September 1944
Box 10, Guadalupe, Frency in doorway, May 1944
Box 10, Guadalupe, Logs and flowers, January 1944
Box 10, Guadalupe, Frenchy and Portugese portrait in a barn, July 1944
Box 10, Arizona – cactus, ca. 1945
Box 10, Guadalupe, Blacksmith, 1945
Box 10, Palm Springs, smoke trees, December 1945
Box 10, Palm Springs, Joshua Trees, December 1945
Box 10, Mitchell Garden, Spring 1946
Box 10,Mitchell, Sydney, 1946
Box 10, Mother
Box 10, Mother, October 1946
Box 10, Carmel, Monterey fishing boats, rocks and cypress, April 1946
Box 10, Carmel Mission, August 1946
Box 10, Crockett, October 1946
Box 10, Mendocino Co. Redwood trees, faucet with hose, 1946
Box 10, Monterey, April 1946
Box 10, Monterey, August 1946
Box 10, Palm Springs, People on fence and cowboys, December 1946 – January 1947
Box 10, Palm Springs, Palm canyon, palm leaves, Joshua trees, December 1946
Box 10, S.F. Art Exhibit, October 1946
Box 10, Carmel, Driftwood, April 1947
Box 10, Death Valley, 1947
Box 10, Eureka, Carson Mansion, August 1947
Box 10, Mendocino County, August 1947
Box 10, Mendocino County, Photographer’s studio, 1947
Box 10, Mendocino County, Rocks and sea, August 1947
Box 10, Mendocino County, Rock and Fence, August 1947
Box 10, Mendocino County, August 1947
Box 10, Monterey Pier, fishing boats, 1947
Box 10, Sonoma, mission, April 1947
Box 10, Death Valley, December 1947 – January 1948
Box 10, McAllister Street, August 1948
Box 10, Mendocino Coast, May 1948
Box 10, Monterey Pier, 1948
Box 10, False Hellebore, 1949
Box 10, Artichoke Field, Carmel, 1949
Box 10, Carmel, December 1949
Box 10, Farm near Morro Bay, 1949
Box 10, Morro Bay, December 1949
Box 10, Gray Eagle Lodge, July 1949
Box 10, Skunk cabbage I, 1949
Box 10, Gray Eagle Lodge, 1949
Box 10,Gray Eagle Lodge, 1949
Box 10, Fort Ross, April 1949
Box 10, Victoria, Mount Hood, Totem poles, September 1949
Box 10, Carmel (California)
Box 10, Milk cans (No date)
Box 10, Nicasio [?], July 1951
Box 10, Sacramento State Fair, Grandstand sitters, 1951
Box 10, Eucalyptus bark with leaf, 1951
Box 10, Marin County [1952]
Box 10, Marin County [1952]
Box 10, Alameda County Fair, June 1953
Box 10, I.C. at Garden Show, 1953
Box 10, Imogen [?] on her porch, 1954
Box 10, Mendocino County, August 1954
Box 10, Mendocino County, August 1954
Box 10, Central Park, N.Y., November 1955
Box 10, S.F. Discovery, Long Johns, 1956
Box 10, S.F. Discovery, The critics, 1956
Box 10, S.F. Week End, 1955
Box 10, S.F. Discovery, 1956
Box 10, S.F. Discovery, 1956
Box 10, California State Fair, 1956
Box 10, Art Show – Jack London Square, August 1957
Box 10, Imogen [?] at Ferndale, 1958
Box 10, Sonoma, Vallejo’s Home
Box 10, San Francisco, houses in Mission district
Box 10, Ivy and trees
Box 10, Ferndale, October 1958
Box 10, Ferndale, October 1958
Box 10, Ferndale, October 1958
Box 10, Stone Cutter’s yard, 1959
Box 10, (Mexico) Villa Las Rosas, Al and gringa, Al interviewing Paul, 1959
Box 11, Mother Lode Negatives A-R
Box 11, ML – Allegheny, March 1954
Box 11, ML – Altarville, 1957
Box 11, ML – Amador City, March 1939
Box 11, ML – Amador City, Hotel Imperial, March 1939
Box 11, ML – Amador City, Amador Hotel, 1963
Box 11, ML – Amador City, 1967
Box 11, ML – Angel’s Camp, April 1938
Box 11, ML – Angel’s Camp, March 1938
Box 11, ML – Angel’s Camp, Church, October 1940
Box 11, ML – Angel’s Camp, Church (detail), October 1940
Box 11, ML – Angel’s Camp, 1957
Box 11, ML – Orleans Hotel, October 1939
Box 11, ML – The Round Corner, Auburn, October 1939
Box 11, ML – Auburn, Chinatown
Box 11, ML – Auburn, firehouse, 1947
Box 11, ML – Auburn, Rear of fire house, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Auburn, May 1949
Box 11, ML – Auburn, Hay and feed store, May 1949
Box 11, ML – Auburn, fire house, June 1963
Box 11, ML – Auburn, Freeman Hotel, June 1963
Box 11, ML – Auburn, Joss House, June 1968
Box 11, ML – Bear Valley, November 1936
Box 11, ML – Bear Valley, 1940
Box 11, ML – Butte City, Ginnochio Store, 1856
Box 11, ML – Byrne’s Ferry, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Camptonville, 1939
Box 11, ML – Camptonville graves, 1939
Box 11, ML – Camptonville, Mr. Pfeiffer [?], November 1954
Box 11, ML – Camptonville, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Chinese Camp, 1933 Old Building
Box 11, ML – Chinese Camp, April 1938
Box 11, ML – Chinese Camp, April 1938
Box 11, ML – Chinese Camp, door to church, August 1939
Box 11, ML – Chinese Camp, side of window, August 1939
Box 11, ML – Chinese Camp, August 1939
Box 11, ML – Chinese Camp, October 1950
Box 11, ML – Clinton, Catholic Church (Built 1877), February 1939
Box 11, ML – Coloma [?], June 1939
Box 11, ML – Coloma [?], Old Chinese Store, 1946
Box 11, ML – Coloma, Ruins of jail, April 1947
Box 11, ML – Coloma, April 1947
Box 11, ML – Coloma, Meyer’s Dance Hall, spring 1949
Box 11, ML – Coloma [?], spring 1949
Box 11, ML – Coloma, old cabin, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Coloma, Ruins of jail, 1949
Box 11, ML – Coloma, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Coloma [?], Meyer’s Dance Hall, 1949
Box 11, ML – Coloma, Bekdert’s Store, (Pilot Hill) Bailey House, 1968
Box 11, ML – Colombia – Old Chinese Store Front, November 1932
Box 11, ML – Columbia, 1934
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Wells Fargo, November 1936
Box 11, ML – Columbia, men on corner, November 1936
Box 11, ML – Columbia, sign – stage driver’s retreat, November 1936
Box 11, ML – Columbia, St. Anne’s church on hill, November 1936
Box 11, ML – Columbia, November 1936
Box 11, ML – Columbia, November 1936
Box 11, ML – Chinese store, 1936
Box 11, ML – Columbia – Express Building (Wells Fargo), 1938
Box 11, ML – Columbia, brick wall with iron door and window, April 1938
Box 11, ML – Columbia, express building and stage driver’s retreat, April 1938
Box 11, ML – Columbia – street with bare trees, 1938
Box 11, ML – Columbia, stage driver’s retreat with sign, 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, interior of church, spring 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, door to fireplace, spring 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, autumn vines, October 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, balcony to express building, October 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, door to fire house, 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Stage driver’s retreat on Sunday, October 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Stage driver’s retreat – two men on a bench, October 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, detail of Wells Fargo building, 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, October 1940
Box 11, ML – Still-Life, 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Chinese store, October, 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Graveyard, October 1940
Box 11, ML – Columbia, street scenes, November 1945
Box 11, ML – Columbia, November 1945
Box 11, ML – November 1945
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Chinese store, November 1945
Box 11, ML – Grass and Rock, November 1945
Box 11, ML – (Columbia), St Anne’s Church Cemetery, 1945
Box 11, ML – Columbia, 1945
Box 11, ML – Columbia, 1945
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Old Pioneer Saloon, November 1945
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Window with sumac [?], November 1945
Box 11, ML – Columbia, wall with shadows, 1945
Box 11, ML – Stage driver’s retreat, spring 1947
Box 11, ML – Columbia, Wells Fargo building, 1947
Box 11, ML – Columbia, post office, spring 1947
Box 11, ML – Columbia, old hotel and Fallon house, 1947
Box 11, ML – Columbia, ruins of brewery, spring 1947
Box 11, ML – Columbia, St. Anne’s church – distant view, 1947
Box 11, ML – Columbia – Mother Lode, antiques, 1947
Box 11, ML – Columbia, old building, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Columbia, stage driver’s retreat – new sign, 1963
Box 11, ML – St. Anne’s Church, 1963
Box 11, ML – Columbia, school house, October 1967
Box 11, ML – Entrance to cemetery, October 1967
Box 11, ML – Copperopolis, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Copperopolis, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Copperopolis, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Copperopolis, brick building and stone wall with iron door, October, 1949
Box 11, ML – Coulterville, 1950
Box 11, ML – Coulterville, 1950
Box 11, ML – Coulterville, 1950
Box 11, ML – Coulterville, Main Street with Jefferson hotel, engine, street with umbrella trees, 1950
Box 11, ML – Diamond Springs, brick building, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Diamond Springs, large home, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Diamond Springs, tombstone –Harris, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Douglas Flat, 1957
Box 11, ML – Downieville [?], St. Charles Hotel, 1934, 1939
Box 11, ML – Downeville [?], 1934, 1939
Box 11, ML – Dowieville, courthouse, July 1947
Box 11, ML – Downieville, Catholic Church, July 1947
Box 11, ML – Downieville, Arrastra wheel, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Downieville, Downieville River, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Downieville, homes, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Downieville, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Downieville, Main Street with fishing tackle, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Downieville, museum, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Downieville, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Downieville, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Drytown, Sunday School, November 1946
Box 11, ML – Dutch Flat, 1939
Box 11, ML – El Dorado, Door with berry vines, November 1946
Box 11, ML – El Dorado, Hill Hotel, spring 1947
Box 11, ML – Ruined building, spring 1947
Box 11, ML – El Dorado, Big building (old building), October 1949
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, Wooden house with children, March 1939
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, grave of a pioneer, March 1939
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, Chinese adobe, March 1939
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, Home Sweet Home, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, Schallenberg’s blacksmith, 1957
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, door to adobe, 1957
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, door to brick building
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, small house
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, Assay Office, October 1967
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, Shallenberg’s blacksmith shop, October 1967
Box 11, ML – Fiddletown, Chinese adobe
Box 11, ML – Folsom, Wells Fargo building and street scenes
Box 11, ML – Folsom, Wells Fargo building, May 1949
Box 11, ML – Folsom, hydraulics, May 1949
Box 11, ML – Forest Hill, June 1963
Box 11, ML – Forest home, October 1949
Box 11, ML – French corral, barn near F.C., 1939
Box 11, ML – French corral, building with poplar trees
Box 11, ML – French corral, farm
Box 11, ML – French corral, store
Box 11, ML – French corral, deserted home (abandoned house), spring 1946
Box 11, ML – Garden valley, old store
Box 11, ML – Georgetown, spring 1949
Box 11, ML – Georgetown, gravestones, June 1949
Box 11, ML – Georgetown, 1963
Box 11, ML – Georgetown, 100F building, catholic church, June 1963
Box 11, ML – Goodyear bar, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Grass valley, Kidder mansion
Box 11, ML – Grass valley, mine in town, 1940
Box 11, ML – Grass valley, 1946
Box 11, ML – Grass valley, tailings from a mine and mining structure, spring 1946
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, old buildings, 1936
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, 1940
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, Hornitos Hotel, 1940
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, men reading, 1940
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, stone wall and thistles, 1940
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, doorway and thistles, 1940
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, street and wooden buildings, 1940
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, N.S. G.W.
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, church, 1950
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, 1950
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, ruins of Ghiradelli store, 1950
Box 11, ML – Hornitos, Masonic hall, 1950
Box 11, ML – Odd Fellows building, October 1967
Box 11, ML – Jackass Hill, Mark Twain cabin (restored), April 1947
Box 11, ML – Jackson, Serbian church, April 1947
Box 11, ML – Jackson, 1949
Box 11, ML – Jackson, wheels, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Jackson, grave in St. Savo’s church, (rollei) wheels – tailing wheels –
Box 11, ML – Jackson’s gate, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Jackson, church – catholic, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Jackson, Serbian church – distant view, October 1967
Box 11, ML – Jamestown, street church
Box 11, ML – Jamestown, store building, 1946
Box 11,ML – Jenny Lind, ruins, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Knight’s Ferry, covered bridge, 1950
Box 11, ML – Old homes, Knight’s ferry, 1950
Box 11, ML – Knight’s Ferry, Tulloch mill, 1950
Box 11, ML – Knight’s ferry, Firehouse (underexposed), 1950
Box 11, ML – Knight’s ferry, iron jail-detail, 1963
Box 11, ML – Knight’s ferry, covered bridge, 1963
Box 11, ML – Lake City, 1954
Box 11, ML – Lotus, October 1949
Box 11, ML – Lotus, Lohry’s store (with Catalpa tree), June 1963
Box 11, ML – Mariposa, Catholic Church, 1936
Box 11, ML – Mariposa, courthouse, 1936
Box 11, ML – Mariposa, courthouse, 1950
Box 11, ML – Mariposa, Trabucco warehouse, 1950
Box 11, ML – Mariposa, Trabucco store, 1950
Box 11, ML – Mariposa, stone walls, 1950
Box 11, ML – Melones [?] mine, October 1940
Box 11, ML – Melones [?] ruins of mine, April 1947
Box 11, ML – Michigan Bluff, Dixon House, June 1963
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, church, 1933
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, Leger Hotel, 1933
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, Mdse store
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, Mdse store
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, post office, post office and adjoining building, 1939 [?]
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, Gen. Mdse. Store, 1940
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, 100 F. Building (with coffin), 1940
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, church (with dog), 1940
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, “Gone Home” 1940
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, Leger Hotel (side), 1940
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, 1946
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, old buildings (good), November 1946
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, landscape near M. Hill, April 1947
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, 100 F building, April 1947
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, balcony detail, 1957
Box 11, ML – Mokelumne Hill, leger hotel (underexp.), 1957
Box 11, ML – Trabucco Store (with doorway), 1950,
Box 11, ML – Stone house ruin (mint), 1950
Box 11, ML – Murphy’s store
Box 11, ML – Murphy’s [?] store, 1939
Box 11, ML – Murphy’s church, 1938
Box 11, ML – Murphy’s church and store, April 1947
Box 11, ML – Murphy’s, 1957
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, views nearby hydraulic erosion, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, born near N.C., 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, views nearby barnyard smithy, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, window with vine, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, top of firehouse, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, fire house and view up the street, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, home, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, lamp post, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, shuttered door, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, brick buildings, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, doorway with vines, 1934
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, wooden buildings, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, fire house, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, mansion with dog, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, Victorian Tower, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, Chinese laundry (top), 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, Assay Office, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, balcony to assay office, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, union hotel, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, home, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, Chinese laundry, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, firehouse, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, near firehouse with vines, October 1939
Box 11, ML – Nevada City near hydraulic erosion, October 1939
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, street up from firehouse, spring 1946
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, Chinese laundry, spring 1946
Box 11, ML – Firehouse #1, spring 1946
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, firehouse #2 on Broad Street (2), spring 1946
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, junk, spring 1946
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, panorama, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, home, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, section of national hotel, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, the castle, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, first post office, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Nevada City, lamp posts, 1980
Box 11, ML – North Bloomfield, November 1939
Box 11, ML – North Bloomfield, November 1939
Box 11, ML – North Bloomfield, church door with shadows, November 1939
Box 11, ML – North Bloomfield, barn door, November 1939
Box 11, ML – North Bloomfield, erosion along North Bloomfield road, November, 1954
Box 11, ML – North Bloomfield, old stone building, 1954
Box 11, ML – North Bloomfield, hydraulic pit of malkov [?] mine, November 1954
Box 11, ML – North Bloomfield, various restorations, 1980
Box 11, ML – North San Juan, 1930
Box 11, ML – North San Juan, 1930
Box 11, ML – North San Juan, home, 1934
Box 11, ML – Side of big building, no San Juan, 1934
Box 11, ML – San Juan in autumn, 1934
Box 11, ML – street with man with bucket, 1934
Box 11, ML – No. San Juan, side of big building, 1934
Box 11, ML – No. San Juan, brick wall with iron windows, 1934
Box 11, ML – No. San Juan, street and national hotel, 1934
Box 11, ML – No. San Juan, iron door, 1938
Box 11, ML – No. San Juan, brick building with iron balcony
Box 11, ML – No. San Juan, wooden building – Solaro’s hotel, 1939
Box 11, ML – No. San Juan, view from cemetery, spring 1946
Box 11, ML – No. San Juan, big buildings, spring 1946
Box 11, ML – Oregon Creek, covered bridge, November 1954
Box 11, ML – Plymouth, old building, April 1947
Box 11, ML – Red Dog, October 1939
Box 11, ML – Rough and Ready, wagon wheel, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Rough and Ready, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Rough and Ready, hotel, November 1938
Box 11, ML – Rough and Ready, Fippen’s Blacksmith shop, October 1939
Box 11, ML – Rough and Ready, hotel, October 1939
Box 11, ML – Rough and Ready, hotel, spring 1946
Box 12, Mother Lode Negatives (S-Z), Note: Arrangement alphabetical
Box 12, ML – San Andreas – Old home and wooden bridge, 1934
Box 12, ML – San Andreas – Barber shop, August 1939
Box 12, ML – San Andreas, hill top farm, August 1939
Box 12, ML – San Andreas, store with shadows and signs, August 1939
Box 12, ML – San Andreas, iron door, August 1939
Box 12, ML – San Andreas, street (over exposed), August 1939
Box 12, ML – San Andreas, building with balcony, August 1939
Box 12, ML – San Andreas, Victorian House, 1957
Box 12, ML – Hangman’s tree, 1951
Box 12, ML – Shingle Springs
Box 12, ML – Sierra City, seated men, 1934
Box 12, ML – Sierra City, busch [?] building, 1939
Box 12, ML – Sierra City, Wooden building, 1939
Box 12, ML – Sierra City, stone ruins, busch building, July 1947
Box 12, ML – Sierra City, detail of busch building with shadows, November 1954
Box 12, ML – Smartsville
Box 12, ML – Smartsville, church with barn with circus posters, 1934
Box 12, ML – Smartsville, church – various views, 1939
Box 12, ML – Smartsville, Empire ranch barn, 1939
Box 12, ML – Smartsville, view from the road, 1939
Box 12, ML – Sonora, second hand store, 1940
Box 12, ML – Sonora, St. James Church
Box 12, ML – Sonora, St. James Church
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, church root, 1933
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, church window and tree, 1933
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, cemetery (Mahoney) [?], 1939
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, street, 1939
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, church, spring 1947
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, our corner, 1957
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, main creek, 1957
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, Monteverdi store, 1957
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, Monteverdi store, 1957
Box 12, ML – Sutter Creek, balconies, 1980
Box 12, ML – Timbuctoo, store, 1932
Box 12, ML – Timbuctoo, door to store, 1934
Box 12, ML – Tuttletown, April 1947
Box 12, ML – Tuttletown, Store – Wm. Swerer’s, 1947
Box 12, ML – Tuttletown, hotel, 1947
Box 12, ML – Vallecito, Dinkelspiel Store, 1938
Box 12, ML – Vallecito, ruins of stone wall, 1938
Box 12, ML – Vallecito, church with bell in oak tree, 1938
Box 12, ML – Vallecito, “French Store” (with picket gate), 1957
Box 12, ML – Vallecito, Dinkelspiel store, 1957
Box 12, ML – Vallecito, outhouse, 1938
Box 12, ML – Volcano, hotel, 1936
Box 12, ML – Volcano, hotel seen thru ruins, 1936
Box 12, ML – Volcano, 100 F building, 1936
Box 12, ML – Volcano, stone store with tree trunk, March 1939
Bpx 12, ML – Volcano, St. George hotel, March 1939
Box 12, ML – Volcano, 1957
Box 12, ML – Volcano, October 1967
Box 12, ML – Volcano, 100 F building, old cabin, grave
Box 12, ML – Washington, November 1954, hotel, hotel and store front, stone building etc.
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, July 1934
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, July 1934
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, June 1939
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, June 1939
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, June 1939
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, June 1939
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, June 1939
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, 1940
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, Miner’s Union Hall, 1940
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, view from above with church, 1940
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, Victorian homes, detail of wooden building, roof tops, 1940
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, Gold Hill mines, 1940
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, 1940
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, the divide, fire house, buildings, view, 1940
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, Catholic church, August 1943
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, ruined building, August 1943
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, buildings on main street, Rwy Express Agency, August, 1943
Box 12, ML – Virginia City, Piper’s Opera House, August 1943
Box 12, ML – Old Shasta, misc. buildings, July 1938
Box 12, ML – Old Shasta, July 1938
Box 12, ML – Old Shasta, April 1938
Box 12, ML – Weaverville, spiral staircases, 1938
Box 12, ML – Weaverville, post office with spiral staircase, 1938
Box 12, ML – Weaverville, Chinese store, 1938
Box 12, ML – Weaverville, Joss house and Chinese portrait, 1938