The Frank O'Grady photograph collection contains approximately 220 photographic prints of newsworthy events produced by the
Underwood & Underwood photo syndicate for potential publication in various New York City newspapers in 1919. The collection
was assembled by Francis (Frank) O'Grady, who was hired as a courier for the Underwood & Underwood photo syndicate in 1919.
O'Grady was instructed to dispose of photographs that were not used by publications during his daily deliveries. Occasionally,
O'Grady kept photographs that piqued his interest instead of throwing them away. The collection also includes approximately
40 cigarette cards picturing Adolf Hitler and Nazi Party activities throughout the 1930s, produced and published by Cigaretten-Bilderdienst
as part of a series titled "Sammelwerk Nr. 15: Adolf Hitler." The Sammelwerk Nr. 15 cards may have been collected by Frank
O'Grady's son, Donald O'Grady, during his service for the United States Army Air Corps, or by another family member.
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