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Photo Archives, Huntington Library
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
Phone: (626) 405-2129
Fax: (626) 449-5720
Email: rarebooks@huntington.org
Collections with online items: 9
Physical collections: 87
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Alaska, Photograph Album of the Cruise of the Revenue Cutter "Corwin"

This photograph album illustrates the sights and peoples experienced during a voyage of the United States Revenue Cutter to Alaska and the Arctic Ocean during the early 1880s. There are many views of native (Inuit) villages and inhabitants in Alaska...

 
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Lummis (Charles F.) Photograph Album to Susanita Del Valle, 1888

An album of 83 cyanotype photographs by Charles F. Lummis was a gift from Lummis to Susanita Del Valle in 1888. The majority of photographs depict Rancho Camulos in Ventura County, California, as well as members of the Del Valle...

 
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Maynard L. Parker negatives, photographs, and other material

Maynard L. Parker negatives, photographs, and other material consists of 58,093 black-and-white negatives, color transparencies, black-and-white prints, and color prints; 39 presentation albums; and 17 boxes of office records, 1930-1974. Created primarily by Maynard Parker, the archive documents the residential...

Monsen (Frederick) Ethnographic Indian Photographs

This set of photographs, titled “The Frederick Monsen Ethnographic Indian Photographs” by the photographer Monsen, focuses on Native Americans of the Southwest in mostly candid photographs taken in Pueblo communities, approx. 1886-1911. Views include portraits, ceremonies, dances, pueblos, livestock and...

Moon (Carl) Collection of Family Photographs and Ephemera

Family photographs, albums, clippings and other items relating to the early life and career of photographer Carl Moon (1878-1948) and his wife, Grace Moon.

Moon (Carl) Photographs of Indians of the Southwest and Oklahoma, 1904-1917

This collection of photographs documents Native Americans living in Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma between 1904 and 1917. The primary tribes represented are Hopi, Navajo and Taos Pueblo Indians, but there are also Osage, Apache and several other Southwestern tribes....

 
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Nicholson (Grace) Photograph Collection

This collection contains approximately 10,000 photographs, negatives, and ephemera created or compiled by Grace Nicholson (1877-1948), a collector and dealer of Native American and Asian arts and crafts in Pasadena, California. The bulk of the collection dates from 1903 to...

 
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Soule (William S.) Native American Photographs, Philip Reade Collection

This is a collection of mostly studio portraits of Native Americans from the Midwestern and Southwestern United States taken during the American Indian Wars. There are also views of their homes and camps on reservations.

 
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Taylor (James E.) Collection

Collection of 3 disbound scrapbooks of Civil War photographs, clippings, and some original artwork compiled by illustrator and Civil War correspondent James E. Taylor (1839-1901), presumably in the mid 1880s. The scrapbooks contain over 1,530 items including images from noted...