American Gardens Collection
The American gardens collection, a component of the Archives of American Gardens (AAG), includes holdings not associated with other major collections in the archives. The slides, photographs, plans, and files in this collection come from various private donors. Individual sub-units typically depict a single garden.
Oral history interview with Irene Rice Pereira
An interview of Irene Rice Pereira conducted 1968 August 26-27, by Forrest Selvig, for the Archives of American Art.
Agricultural and Brick Account Book
Account book of an unidentified person, possibly living in Massachusetts or Rhode Island, includes entries regarding items purchased and sold, such as bricks and agricultural products, and a record of himself and other persons employed, including the rental of animal teams for ploughing.
Georg John Lober papers
Papers primarily regarding commissions of Lober's statues of Theodore Roosevelt, Senator Wagner, Hans Christian Andersen in Central Park, Thomas Paine, the Governor's Room in New York City Hall, and other statues; a personal ledger; clippings; sketches; drawings; glass negatives; correspondence; slides; photographs; 4 expense books; 9 notebooks; and a scrapbook.
James Craig photographs of Native Americans in Washington, DC
6 Negatives (glass)
6 Contact prints
Portraits of Bacon Rind, White Calf (probably Two Guns White Calf), Red Cloud Jeane, and a group portrait, probably of Oglala Indians. The collection also includes a vintage print by Harris & Ewing of Bureau of Indian Affairs Director John Collier seated with five American Indians around him. Two photocopied images …
Miscellaneous collection of Indian pictures
The material includes 4 tintypes and ambrotypes (on glass) in daguerreotype cases. 1 album containing 34 tintypes and small cardboard pictures. 1 album containing 25 tintypes and small cardboard pictures. Subjects unidentified (no names.) The pictures are mainly by Caledonia, Ontario photographers.
Selected art related documents from the Logan family papers
Visiting card for Dr. George Logan autographed by Benjamin West, 1810; an advertisement of Charles Willson Peale's "moving pictures" at his museum; bill from Joseph Richardson, July 5, 1739, for buckles, spoons, etc. bought by R. Hill, Jr., with receipt; receipt for payment for rings from John Moland, Jan. 9, 1761, to Edmund (?) Milne, a …
William M. Pennington photographs of Navajo people
Photographs depicting Navajo people, including individual portraits and images of Navajos in the desert with horses and a hogan.
Harriet Endicott Waite research material relating to Currier & Ives
Letters, writings and notes, business records, sketches, printed material, and photographs.