Photograph album of commercially-produced photographs of Panama Canal construction.
Collection documents Panama, the Panama Canal, the Canal Zone, the San Blas Islands, military installations in Panama, villages, local buildings, people, flora and fauna, circa 1945.
Photographs depicting the people and landscape of Panama, Morocco and the Azores. The collection includes images of villages and structures in Panama, Andre Leconte postcards of Morocco and northern Africa, and an aerial view of an island in the Azores. Also included is a leaflet describing the history and culture of the Azores.
Copy of diary. Also a note by Stirling concerning material in Bureau of American Ethnology Manuscript files 4451-a and 4451-b, 2 pages.
82 photographs glued to pages in a scrapbook documenting the building of the Panama Canal. Subjects of the photographs include the workers, the worksite, equipment (steamshovels, trains, tools), the camp, building interiors and exteriors, and the local terrain. Locations include: Cucaracha; Culebra Cut; Cunette; Village of Tabernilla, C.Z.; Hodge...
An album of photographs of Panama and the Panama Canal, circa 1904-1914.
This collection consists of forty-two 3.5 x 5" color photographic prints of the Kuna peoples of Ukupseni (formerly Playón Chico), one of the islands in the Kuna Yala Indigenous Territory (formerly San Blas), Panama. The photographs were taken by June Alice Spencer during visits in 1996-1997, and depict Kuna people in their daily lives.
Photographs depicting villages and people of the San Blas Islands made or collected by Gilbert Tower during his work in Panama. The prints are mounted on unbound pages, probably from an album.
A collection of glass negatives documenting the building and construction of the Panama Canal.
Photographs assembled circa 1942-1948, probably as part of the Strategic Index of Latin America, and relating to people and scenery in Latin America. They depict transportation, irrigation, agriculture and industry (including rubber production), cities and villages, and archeological finds. The prints are arranged geographically into the followin...