Collection consists of 157 8" x 10" black-and-white photographic copy prints of photographs in Frank Driggs's collection: Duke Ellington and his orchestra. Some copy prints have Smithsonian negative numbers.
Copy print of a studio portrait of Samuel William Brown, possibly made on May 31, 1865.
Copy print of a daguerreotype of a possibly South American Indian man wearing feathered headdress and fringed and decorated garments.
Copy of a daguerreotype of Chief Oshkosh, seated and wearing a top hat and jacket. The photograph was made in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Copies of photographs depicting Tache Yokuts Indians, homes, churches, artifacts, and ceremonies, as well as images of Marjorie Cummins interviewing Yokuts. The photographs were collected for Cummin's book, "The Tache-Yokuts: Indians of the San Joaquin Valley."
The collection, which dates from approximately 1908-1990 and measures .21 linear feet, documents the life and activities of Cyrus S. Shippen. The collection is comprised of mounted photographs, copy prints, correspondence, articles, invitations and obituaries.
Copy print of a daguerreotype depicting Seth Eastman seated on an inscribed rock, Dighton Rock, in Massachusetts on July 7, 1853.
This collection is comprised of copy prints of album pages depicting scenes in and around Ngaoundere, Cameroon, circa 1912-1915. The photographs were taken by an unidentified German soldier. Images depict portraits, village scenes, European soldiers, landscapes, and vernacular architecture.
Image of Thomas Eakins' oil painting of Emily Tennison Magill Cushing, wife of anthropologist Frank Hamilton Cushing.