Signed panoramic photograph entitled "Lakota Moon of the Longest Night" that depicts a full moon rising over several buttes. According to Bill Groethe, the photograph was made on December 22, 1994 (the winter solstice), 45 minutes after sunset over the Coffin and Cedar Buttes located near the Stronghold Table in Badlands, South Dakota. The photog...
This donation consists of one 8" x 40" black and white candid panoramic image inscribed with the following caption "Mail Plane leaving Hampton Roads, VA for Washington, DC. Feb. 1919." The photograph was taken by Rell Clements, Jr., who was a photographer based in Washington, DC.
These photographs are archival inkjet prints from a body of work entitled the Pittsburgh Project.
One gelatin silver print panoramic photograph, 10 x 66 inches; front view of five modified Bellanca de Havilland DH-4 Mailplanes on the ground, with the pilots and related crew standing in front of each aircraft; 1921. The aircraft are shown on an unidentified Nevada airfield, somewhere on the western branch of the early US Air Mail route.
Color digital photographic prints by Nancy Sirkis, some panoramic, depicting scenes in New York City and Buffalo, N.Y., and small towns.
Panoramic silver gelatin print, showing over one hundred men, women, and children posed in rows. Many of the men wear straw hats, and a baseball bat lies in the foreground.
"Photo by / E. DeSouza / 467 Pa. Ave. N.W. / Washington, D.C." imprinted in negative.
This collection consists of the following: five oversized rolled panoramic unit group photographs from Brooks Field, 1929; reports from the engineering department of Chance Vought Aircraft; pilot log books; design study brochures; the flight records of Paul S. Baker; volumes 1-5 of the Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences; correspondence; maps; ten...
Collection of group portraits donated by Sproul Observatory. Group portraits include participants at American Astronomical Society and I.A.U. [International Astronomical Union] meetings, as well as several other taken at Johns Hopkins University, Swarthmore College, and an autographed photo of Roy W. Delaplaine at a 24-inch refractor telescope.The photographs were accumulated in the files of the Sproul Observatory, Swarthmore College, over a period of years. They form a visual record of astronomers and attendees at astronomical meetings from 1916 to 1975.
11 8" x 10" and 10 4" x 5" glass photonegatives, some marked "1885", one marked "1865" and "Libby Prison"), but most seem from ca. 1885; silver gelatin except two silver collodion plates, one of which bears the "1865." The large plates were stored in a nineteenth-century wooden, grooved plate box (now stored separately). Images depict buildings and...