Photographs made during Mary Vance Trent's time in Micronesia, including in Guam, Saipan, Palau, Yap, Pohnpei, and the Marshall Islands and Taipei. The images depict towns, buildings and other remains of the Japanese and Spanish occupations, boats, airplanes, houses and hotels, US military events, aerial views, and people (including residents and United States and United Nations delegates). The collection also includes some photographs made in Cape Cod, Boston, Washington, DC, and New Hampshire, ...
Images of Guatemala Indians bearing loads on their backs, a ceremonial greeting in Guatemala City, a Guatemalan businessman on the road to San Felipe, and Lake Atitlan.
Images of Congolese people, villages, boats, events, and scenery as well as possibly Faber and his friends and colleagues.
Photographs probably made by Patricia Peña depicting artwork created by her and her husband, including Encarnacion Peña murals and Patricia Peña dolls. The collection also includes one image of Encarnacion Peña painting a mural at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Carte de visite depicting Mdewakanton Dakota women identified as Little Crow's daughters. The photograph, which is part of the series Upton's Collection of Photographic Views, was possibly made in Mankato, Minnesota, after the Sioux uprising in 1962.
Copy of a halftone print depicting a part-Tongan chief from the Lau Islands. The chief was photographed by Levuka Studios when he came to Levuka for a ceremony.
Copies of lantern slides collected by Rollyn Osterweis Kirchbaum, at least two of which were made by the Beseler Lantern Slide Company. They include two portraits of Sitting Bull as well as views of canoe and basket making by Iroquois Indians in the Lower St. Lawrence River region. The photographs depicting Iroquois Indians were probably made by Alexander Henderson, circa 1865-1875. The British Columbia images were originally made by Alexander Henderson, and the Sitting Bull images were original ...
Copy of a photograph depicting Turkey Tayac (Philip Proctor) and two other men.
Photographs of drawings of "Fort Snelling from the East" in Carl Andreas Geyer's journal from the Nicollet Expedtion, 1838. One image is a cropped enlargement of the other.
Images of Ojibwa artifacts in the Mesabi Community College collection, including bags and clothing.