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  • Overview of the Collection
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  • Administrative Information
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  • Scope and Contents
  • Organization
  • Box Index
  • Related Material
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  • Overview of the Collection

    Title: Henry G. Peabody Collection of Photographs and Negatives
    Dates (inclusive): 1859-1993
    Bulk dates: 1890s-1900s
    Collection Number: photCL 478
    Creator: Peabody, Henry G. (Henry Greenwood), 1855-1951.
    Extent: 63 boxes (31.38 linear feet)
    Repository: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Photo Archives
    1151 Oxford Road
    San Marino, California 91108
    Phone: (626) 405-2191
    Email: reference@huntington.org
    URL: http://www.huntington.org
    Abstract: The Peabody Collection consists of 672 glass plate negatives in various sizes, 1054 film negatives in various sizes, 24 photograph albums, 887 loose photographs in a variety of formats, published works, and manuscript material, created and collected by Henry G. Peabody, 1859-1993 (bulk 1890s-1900s). The materials collectively describe Peabody's long career as a commercial landscape photographer working on both the east and west coasts of the United States. The photographs and negatives depict Peabody and his family; landscape views in New England, Canada, the western United States, California, and Mexico; Native Americans; city and landscape views in Great Britain, France, and Switzerland; portraits; architectural renderings; plants and animals; unidentified landscapes; and miscellaneous images. Additional photographers and photographic firms represented in the collection include Alexander Hesler, Charles F. Lummis, and Spence Air Photos. The published works contain photographs by Peabody. The manuscript material provides information about Peabody's negatives; contains catalogs of Peabody's works for sale; describes Peabody's commerical dealings as both a photographer and seller of photographic equipment; and contains ephemeral material collected by Peabody throughout his life.
    Language: English.


    Advance arrangements for viewing negatives must be made with the Curator of Photographs. The collection is open to qualified researchers by prior application through the Reader Services Department. For more information, please visit the Huntington's website: www.huntington.org.  

    Administrative Information

    Publication Rights

    The Huntington Library does not require that researchers request permission to quote from or publish images of this material, nor does it charge fees for such activities. The responsibility for identifying the copyright holder, if there is one, and obtaining necessary permissions rests with the researcher.

    Preferred Citation

    Henry G. Peabody Collection of Photographs and Negatives. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.


    Glass plate and film negatives and ledger were donated by Roy Speirs, February 1995. The photograph albums, prints, and manuscript material were purchased from Mrs. Vivian Weinstein, September 1995. Additional glass plate negatives were purchased from El Dorado Books, May 1998.

    Processing Information

    A preliminary inventory of the negatives and correspondence was produced by Su Kim Chung, July 1997. From January to March 2007, Sue Luftschein completed the inventory, arranged, numbered and rehoused the collection, performed preservation photocopying, and created this finding aid.
    All information from Peabody's original envelopes (including negative numbers and original titles) was retained and transcribed during rehousing.

    Physical Characteristics or Technical Requirements

    Film negatives (boxes 44-49) are housed in cold storage. Arrangements for viewing glass plate and film negatives must be made with the Curator of Photographs.
    Arrangements for viewing original negative ledgers and the scrapbook must be made with the Curator of Photographs. Copies of the ledgers are available to be paged out to the Ahmanson Reading Room.

    Biographical Note

    Henry Greenwood Peabody (1855-1951), photographer, lecturer, and publisher of educational slides and films, enjoyed a remarkable career spanning nearly sixty years. Peabody produced thousands of photographs, slides, and films documenting the American landscape, worked in virtually every photographic process, delivered lectures describing the scenery that he so lovingly photographed, and published books that visually described the landscapes and scenery in which he specialized.
    Peabody was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of a minister. He attended Washington University in St. Louis, the Pennsylvania Military Academy, and Dartmouth College, where he graduated in 1876. It was while a senior at Dartmouth that Peabody first became interested in photography, producing views of the Dartmouth campus and scenes along the New England coast.
    After graduation, Peabody spent a year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology studying architecture, electricity, and physics. He then went to work briefly as an engineer for the Western Electric Company in Chicago and New York. In 1879 Peabody set up a studio with Alexander Hesler in Chicago. While there, he met and married Dora Phelps, and the two relocated to Boston where Peabody opened a studio in 1886. He specialized in marine, landscape and architectural photography. He also served as the official photographer for the Boston and Maine Railroad and the Great Northern Railway, photographed the Americas Cup races, and published Representative American Yachts and The Coast of Maine. In 1899, he traveled to Mexico as photographer to the American Architectural Expedition; his photographs were published in Spanish-Colonial Architecture in Mexico by Sylvester Baxter. Peabody won numerous awards for his photography.
    After Dora's death in 1898, Peabody needed security for his only child Mildred, and accepted a position with the Detroit Publishing Company, the largest postcard publisher in the United States. From 1900-1908 he served as field photographer on both the east and west coasts. Famed landscape photographer and company founder William Henry Jackson selected Peabody for this position because of the high regard in which he held Peabody's outdoor work. Because of copyright arragnements, many of the images Peabody created for the Detroit Publishing Company have been wrongly identified as those of Jackson.
    Shortly after joining the Detroit Publishing Company, Peabody relocated with his young daughter to Pasadena, and his primary focus shifted to the landscape of the American West. He also traveled to England and France in 1908 to photograph cathedrals and other architectural monuments for the Horace K. Turner Company of Boston.
    From about 1910 to the end of his career, Peabody produced photographs and slides of the American landscape for educational purposes. He published series of educational lantern and film slides and educational films (the "Swastika Educational Series") with accompanying narratives that focused on national parks in the American West. He also delivered illustrated lectures that covered the Grand Canyon, the California Missions, Yosemite, and Mexico. By the early 1930s, he was making audio recordings designed to synchronize with the slide shows; he called these his "talking films" and they were included in his educational offerings.
    Peabody spent his later years selling photographic equipment and photographing the landscape around his home in the San Gabriel Valley. He died at his home in Glendora, California, just one month shy of his ninety-sixth birthday. His life, according to one historian, "embraced the whole cycle of photography from its earliest days as a novelty to the era when every man could be his own camera expert. He exerted a vital influence on the profession and on the acceptance of photographs in the public interest. Among critics and collectors his work stands high in artistic merit" (Ralph W. Andrews, Photographers of the Frontier West. Seattle: Superior Publishing Company, 1965, p. 169.).

    Scope and Contents

    The Peabody Collection consists of 672 glass plate negatives (4 x 5 inch, 5 x 7 inch, and 8 x 10 inch), 1054 film negatives (4 x 5 inch, 5 x 7 inch, 8 x 10 inch, and stereograph), 24 photograph albums (housing 1174 photographs), and 887 loose photographs (boudoir cards, cartes-de-visite, stereographs, 8 x 10 inch prints, and large mounted prints), published works, and manuscript material (ledgers, catalogs, correspondence, and ephemeral materials), created and collected by Henry G. Peabody, 1859-1993 (bulk 1890s-1900s). The materials describe Peabody's long career as a commercial landscape photographer working on both the east and west coasts of the United States.
    The photographs and negatives depict Peabody and his family; landscape views in New England, Canada, the western United States, California, and Mexico; Native Americans; city and landscape views in Great Britain, France, and Switzerland; portraits; architectural renderings; plants and animals; unidentified landscapes; and miscellaneous images.
    The images of Peabody and his family consist of portraits of Peabody, his wife Dora, and daughter Mildred; family photographs; and images from family trips. The majority were taken by Peabody in his studio at 52 Boylston Street in Boston; a few were created by Peabody while in partnership with Alexander Hesler in Chicago; and others were taken by Hesler and other photographers. Also included are views of Peabody with his camera equipment in the outdoors, views of Peabody's studio in Pasadena, oversize group photographs of Peabody's tenth reunion at Dartmouth College, and the interior of "Car 159" (Peabody's private car on the Boston and Maine Railroad). The family photographs include images of Dora and Mildred in Massachusetts, and many images of Mildred--at summer camp on Lake Champlain in Vermont, with friends, and at various national parks. Peabody's house at 800 Prospect Boulevard in Pasadena is represented, as is his sailboat, the Venture. Two photograph albums describe a trip taken by Peabody, his wife, and friends to the north, south, and middle forks of the King's River circa 1900. Other family images include a group photograph of Peabody's father's fiftieth Dartmouth reunion and a portrait of Peabody's Aunt Helen.
    Peabody's New England photographs consist exclusively of city and landscape views. Included are stereograph views of Rosemary Hall in Greenwich, Connecticut and Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts; historic sites in and around Boston; the Massachusetts coast; New Hampshire; the coast of Maine; Lake Champlain and Mallett's Bay in Vermont; and images of the Boston and Maine Railroad trains and ferries. Many of these images include Dora and Mildred Peabody; many were published in Picturesque New England (box 50); and many have identifications written by Peabody on the verso.
    Peabody's work in Western Canada consists entirely of photographs of the Canadian Rockies in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. Included are various mountains, mountain ranges, glaciers, and lakes in Banff National Park, Glacier National Park, and Yoho National Park. Some of the photographs were taken for the Detroit Publishing Company and have imprinted copyright information; others bear Peabody's copyright.
    Peabody's images of the Western United States' national parks and monuments depict Yellowstone National Park, the Teton Mountains, and Shoshone Canyon and Buffalo Bill Dam; Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park; the Grand Canyon; Yosemite National Park and assorted national parks and monuments in Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico; Death Valley; Canyonlands National Park and Glacier National Park; Hoover Dam; the Snake River in Idaho; Ship's Rock in New Mexico; Monument Valley; and San Xavier del Bac Mission. Some of the images were produced by Spence Air Photos and Charles F. Lummis.
    Views of California include street scenes and buildings in central Los Angeles; Hollywood; Pasadena and the San Gabriel Valley; Long Beach; Avalon Bay; the Mojave Desert; northern California; Riverside County; the San Bernardino Mountains; San Diego County; San Francisco and vicinity; Santa Barbara County; Ventura County; the California Missions; and unidentified California landscapes, residences, and ocean views.
    Images of Mexico consist of sights and churches in Mexico City, Zacatecas, Guanajuato, Taxco, Guadalajara, Vera Cruz, Cordova, Celaya, Cholula, Chapultepec, Puebla, Tepozotlan, Cuernavaca; Mounts Orizaba and Popocatepetl; and various miscellaneous images. Some of these were published in Sylvester Baxter's Spanish Colonial Architecture in Mexico.
    Peabody's European images are primarily in two photograph albums, one of Great Britain, the second of France and Switzerland. The Great Britain album contains images of London; Stratford-upon-Avon; and cathedrals in Peterborough, Lincoln, York, and Chester. The France album contains images of Paris (specifically Notre Dame Cathedral); Chartres, Amiens, and Rheims cathedrals; and Lucerne and the Swiss Alps.
    Native American images depict members of the Navajo, Hopi and Papago tribes; examples of Navajo architecture; Walpi and Oraibi, two Hopi communities; and miscellaneous images.
    Peabody's studio work is documented by portraits in boudoir photograph format. These include portraits of women, men, women and children, and children.
    The collection includes photographs of a number of architectural plans and renderings. These include work by architects Allison and Allison, Buchanan and Brockway, Foss Designing and Building Company, Hubert Frohman and Harold H. Martin, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Elmer Grey, Myron Hunt, and Withey and Davis; engineers W.P. Shepherd and Herbert A. Hamm; and landscape architect Paul G. Thiene.
    Other images include plants and animals; images of students at work in a classroom; copies of daguerrotypes and paintings; and photographs of the Handy Stereopticon.
    Peabody's published work is represented by three texts. Picturesque New England, published by or for the Boston and Maine Railroad, contains photomechanical views of numerous mountains, lakes, rivers, the seashore, and historic and "picturesque" sites in New England. The Fair City contains 49 original photographs of selected buildings and attractions of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition "photographed, enlarged and printed by Henry G. Peabody." Glimpses of the Grand Canyon of Arizona contains text and reproductions of Peabody's photographs.
    The manuscript material that accompanies Peabody's photographs and negatives provides background information on the photographer's travels, professional interests, and commercial output. It consists of ledgers and negative lists; commercially published catalogs; correspondence; ephemera; and materials collected by Robert Weinstein. The ledgers and negative lists record information about Peabody's negatives, such as negative number, size, title/subject, and copyright date. The negative lists detail negatives for some of the national parks and monuments in the Western United States, and the Canadian Rockies. The catalogs were published by Peabody and list the slides (lantern and film), manuals, and films that made up his Swastika Educational Series. The correspondence consists of letters to and from Henry Peabody and various businesses and individuals (including the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway; Bell and Howell Company; Dartmouth College; Encyclopedia Britannica; Ideal Pictures Corporation; National Geographic Magazine; the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities; and the Society for Visual Education). Much of it concerns sales of Peabody's slides and albums to private individuals, schools, and museums; technical discussions about the projection of his films and slides; sales, purchases, and discussions of projection equipment; and slide and film production. The ephemera consists of a scrapbook created by Henry Peabody, a brochure about the Grand Canyon published by Gates Tours, and scripts for Peabody's lectures on El Camino Real. The scrapbook documents Peabody's youth and career and contains, among other items, catalogues of Peabody's work; the slide narration for Peabody's lecture on Zion National Park; a floor plan of his Boylston Street (Boston) studio; subscription announcements for Peabody's publications; price lists for Peabody's services and for photographic equipment; Peabody lecture programs; an advertisement and brochure for the sale of Peabody's house at 640 North Prospect Boulevard, Pasadena; ephemeral materials; Swastika Educational Series brochures and catalogs; and Peabody's Christmas cards (featuring his hand-colored photographs). The Gates Tours brochure, What the Tourists Say, contains quotes about the experience of seeing the Grand Canyon. The El Camino Real scripts are Peabody's narrations written to accompany his slide lectures. The materials collected by Robert Weinstein include autobiographical and biographical material on Peabody; notes and photocopies created by Weinstein; an essay on Peabody; letters to and from Weinstein; and some of Peabody's lecture scripts.


    The collection is organized into 3 series:
    • Series I. Photographs and Negatives
    • Series II. Published Works
    • Series III. Manuscript Material

    Box Index

    The contents of each box is as follows:
    Box 1: Small format prints, numbers 1-630
    Box 2: Small format prints, numbers 631-663
    Box 3: Prints, numbers 3-256
    Box 4: Prints, numbers 257-709
    Box 5: Oversize prints, numbers 11-664
    Box 6: Albums 1, 2
    Box 7: Albums 3, 4
    Box 8: Albums 5, 6
    Box 9: Albums 7, 8
    Box 10: Albums 9, 10
    Box 11: Albums 11, 12
    Box 12: Albums 13-15
    Box 13: Albums 16, 17
    Box 14: Albums 18-20
    Box 15: Albums 21, 22
    Box 16: Albums 23
    Box 17: Album 24
    Box 18: 4 x 5 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 710-761
    Box 19: 4 x 5 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 762-814
    Box 20: 4 x 5 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 815-850
    Box 21: 5 x 7 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 851-886
    Box 22: 5 x 7 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 886.1-903.2
    Box 23: 5 x 7 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 903.3-929
    Box 24: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 930-946
    Box 25: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 947-961
    Box 26: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 962-978
    Box 27: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 979-995
    Box 28: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 996-1010
    Box 29: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1011-1027
    Box 30: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1028-1041
    Box 31: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1042-1060
    Box 32: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1061-1080
    Box 33: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1081-1094
    Box 34: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1095-1112
    Box 35: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1113-1131
    Box 36: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1132-1143
    Box 37: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1144-1160
    Box 38: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1161-1176
    Box 39: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1177-1194
    Box 40: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1194.1-1207
    Box 41: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1208-1223
    Box 42: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1224-1240
    Box 43: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1241-1246.2
    Box 44: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1247-1259
    Box 45: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1260-1273
    Box 46: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1274-1288
    Box 47: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1289-1309
    Box 48: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1310-1323
    Box 49: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1324-1341
    Box 50: 8 x 10 inch glass plate negatives, numbers 1342-1347
    Box 51: 4 x 5 inch film negatives, numbers 1348-1478
    Box 52: 4 x 5 inch film negatives, numbers 1479-1533
    Box 53: 5 x 7 inch film and stereo negatives, numbers 1534-1791
    Box 54: 5 x 7 inch film and stereo negatives, numbers 1792-2048
    Box 55: 5 x 7 inch film and stereo negatives, numbers 2049-2246
    Box 56: 8 x 10 inch film negatives, numbers 2246.1-2253
    Box 57: Picturesque New England
    Box 58: The Fair City
    Box 59: Glimpses of the Grand Canyon
    Box 60: Manuscript material
    Box 61: Manuscript material
    Box 62: Ledgers 2, 3, 4
    Box 63: Scrapbook

    Related Material

    See also published works by Henry G. Peabody in the collection of the Huntington Library:
    Glimpses of the Grand Canyon of Arizona (Kansas City: Fred Harvey, 1900). (Rare Books call number 475203)
    Glimpses of the Grand Canyon of Arizona (Kansas City: Fred Harvey, 1902). (Rare Books call number 343125)
    Representative American Yachts: A Collection of One Hundred and Ten Views (with text by George A. Stewart) (New York: Metropolitan Publishing Company, 1895). (Rare Books call number 127806)
    Representative American Yachts: 1893 Supplement. (Rare Books call number 490252)
    See also published works about Peabody or that include Peabody's photographs:
    Baxter, Sylvester, Spanish-Colonial Architecture in Mexico (Boston: J.B. Millet, 1901). (Rare Books call number 105833)
    Lichtman, Fred B., Log Book of Car 159 (1901). (Rare Books call number 428982)
    Jezierski, John V., "Henry G. Peabody and the Detroit Publishing Company in British Columbia," BC Studies no. 122 (Summer 1999): 77-84.
    See also:
    Detroit Publishing Company negatives at the Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Section III, Listings of California negatives by the Detroit Publishing Company. Compiled by Rosanne Goodwin for the Colorado Historical Society, ca. 1982.

    Index Terms

    The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Huntington Library's Online Catalog.  


    Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917--Statues--Photographs.
    Frohman, Philip Hubert, 1887-1972.
    Goodhue, Bertram Grosvenor, 1869-1924.
    Grey, Elmer, 1871-1962.
    Hamm, Herbert A., engineer.
    Hancock, John, 1737-1793--Homes and haunts--Photographs.
    Hesler, Alexander, 1823-1895.
    Hunt, Myron, 1868-1952.
    Hunt, Myron, 1868-1952--Homes and haunts--Photographs.
    Longpre, Paul de, 1855-1911--Homes and haunts--Photographs.
    Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928.
    Martin, Harold H., b. 1879.
    Peabody, Henry G. (Henry Greenwood), 1855-1951--Homes and haunts--Photographs.
    Revere, Paul, 1735-1818--Homes and haunts--Photographs.
    Shepherd, W.P., engineer.
    Thiene, Paul G., 1880-1971.
    Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850--Homes and haunts--Photographs.


    Allison and Allison, architects.
    Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company.
    Bell and Howell Co.
    Boston and Maine Railroad.
    Buchanan and Brockway, architects.
    California Institute of Technology--Photographs.
    Cathedrale d'Amiens--Photographs.
    Cathedrale de Chartres--Photographs.
    Chester Cathedral--Photographs.
    Dartmouth College.
    Detroit Publishing Co.
    Encyclopaedia Britannica, inc.
    Estudillo House (San Diego, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Foss Designing and Building Company.
    Hancock-Clarke House (Lexington, Mass.)--Photographs.
    Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery--Photographs.
    Hollywood Hotel (Hollywood, Los Angeles, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Hotel Green (Pasadena, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Hotel Virginia (Long Beach, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Ideal Pictures Corporation (Chicago, Ill.).
    Lincoln Cathedral--Photographs.
    Lick Observatory--Photographs.
    Maryland Hotel (Pasadena, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Mission Inn--Photographs.
    Mission San Carlos Borromeo (Carmel, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Mission San Gabriel Arcangel (San Gabriel, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Mission San Juan Capistrano--Photographs.
    Mission San Miguel Arcangel (San Miguel, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Mission San Xavier del Bac (Tucson, Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Mount Wilson Observatory--Photographs.
    National Geographic Society (U.S.).
    Notre-Dame de Paris (Cathedral)--Photographs.
    Notre-Dame de Reims (Cathedral)--Photographs.
    Orchard House Museum (Concord, Mass.)--Photographs.
    Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Peterborough Cathedral--Photographs.
    Rosemary Hall (Greenwich, Conn.)--Photographs.
    San Antonio de Padua (Mission)--Photographs.
    San Buenaventura Mission--Photographs.
    San Fernando, Rey de Espana (Mission : San Fernando, Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Francisco de Asis Mission (San Francisco, Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Juan Bautista (Mission : San Juan Bautista, Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Luis Rey Mission (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Santa Ines Mission (Solvang, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Sherman Institute (Riverside, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities.
    Society for Visual Education.
    Spence Air Photos (Firm).
    Stanford University--Photographs.
    Swastika Educational Series.
    Tournament of Roses--Photographs.
    University of California, Berkeley--Photographs.
    Wellesley College--Photographs.
    Westminster Abbey--Photographs.
    Withey and Davis, architects.
    World’s Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.)--Photographs.
    York Minster--Photographs.


    Acoma (N.M.)--Photographs.
    Alps, Swiss (Switzerland)--Photographs.
    Altadena (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Avalon (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Aztec Ruins National Monument (N.M.)--Photographs.
    Banff National Park (Alta.)--Photographs.
    Boston (Mass.)--Photographs.
    British Columbia--Photographs.
    Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah)--Photographs.
    Buffalo Bill Dam (Wyo.)--Photographs.
    California, Southern--Description and travel.
    Canada, Western--Photographs.
    Canadian Rockies (B.C. and Alta.)--Photographs.
    Canyon de Chelly National Monument (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Canyonlands National Park (Utah)--Photographs.
    Casa Grande National Monument (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Celaya (Guanajuato, Mexico)--Photographs.
    Chaco Culture National Historical Park (N.M.)--Photographs.
    Champlain, Lake--Photographs.
    Chapultepec (Mexico City, Mexico)--Photographs.
    Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Cholula de Rivadabia (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Coachella Valley (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Cordoba (Veracruz-Llave, Mexico)--Photographs.
    Corona (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Coronado (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Crater Lake National Park (Or.)--Photographs.
    Craters of the Moon National Monument (Idaho)--Photographs.
    Cuernavaca (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Death Valley (Calif. and Nev.)--Photographs.
    El Camino Real (Calif.)--Description and travel.
    El Camino Real (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Franconia Notch State Park (N.H.)--Photographs.
    Glacier National Park (B.C.)--Photographs.
    Golden Gate (Calif. : Strait)--Photographs.
    Grand Canyon (Ariz.)--Description and travel.
    Grand Canyon (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Grand Teton National Park (Wyo.)--Photographs.
    Great Britain--Photographs.
    Guadalajara (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Guanajuato (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Hoover Dam (Ariz. and Nev.)--Photographs.
    Illecillewaet Glacier (B.C.)--Photographs.
    Imperial Valley (Calif. and Mexico)--Photographs.
    Kings River (Calif.)--Photographs.
    La Jolla (San Diego, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Lake Louise (Alta.)--Photographs.
    London (England)--Photographs.
    Long Beach (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Los Angeles (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Lowe, Mount (Los Angeles County, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Lucerne (Switzerland)--Photographs.
    Malletts Bay (Vt. : Bay)--Photographs.
    Marblehead (Mass.)--Photographs.
    Mariposa Grove (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Mesa Verde National Park (Colo.)--Photographs.
    Mexico City (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Mojave Desert (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Montecito (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Monterey (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Monterey Peninsula (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Montezuma Castle National Monument (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Monument Valley (Ariz. and Utah)--Photographs.
    Mount Rubidoux (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Mount Sir Donald (B.C.)--Photographs.
    Muir Woods National Monument (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Natural Bridges National Monument (Utah)--Photographs.
    New Hampshire--Photographs.
    New Mexico--Photographs.
    New York (State)--Photographs.
    Nordhoff (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Old Man of the Mountain (N.H.)--Photographs.
    Oraibi (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Orizaba, Pico de (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Painted Desert (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Palm Canyon (Palm Springs, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Paris (France)--Photographs.
    Pasadena (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Petrified Forest National Park (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Point Lobos State Reserve (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Point Loma (San Diego, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Popocatepetl (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Puebla (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico--Photographs.
    Rainbow Bridge National Monument (Utah)--Photographs.
    Rancho Camulos (Piru, Calif.)--Photographs.
    Redlands (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Riverside (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Riverside County (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Salton Sea (Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Bernardino Mountains (Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Diego (Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Francisco (Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Gabriel Mountains (Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Gabriel River Valley (Calif.)--Photographs.
    San Jose (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Santa Barbara County (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Shasta, Mount (Calif. : Mountain)--Photographs.
    Sierra Nevada (Calif. and Nev.)--Photographs.
    Snake River, South Fork (Idaho)--Photographs.
    Stratford-upon-Avon (England)--Photographs.
    Tahoe, Lake (Calif. and Nev.)--Photographs.
    Taxco de Alarcon (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Tepoztlan (Mexico)--Photographs.
    Torrey Pines State Reserve (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Ventura County (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave, Mexico)--Photographs.
    Walnut Canyon National Monument (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    Walpi (Ariz.)--Photographs.
    White Mountains (N.H. and Me.)--Photographs.
    Wilson, Mount (Calif. : Mountain)--Photographs.
    Winnipesaukee, Lake (N.H.)--Photographs.
    Yellowstone National Park--Photographs.
    Yoho National Park (B.C.)--Photographs.
    York (Me. : Town)--Photographs.
    Yosemite National Park (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Zacatecas (Zacatecas, Mexico)--Photographs.
    Zion National Park (Utah)--Description and travel.
    Zion National Park (Utah)--Photographs.


    Animals--Yellowstone National Park--Photographs.
    Architecture--Designs and plans--Photographs.
    Bridges--New England--Photographs.
    Business districts--California--Los Angeles--Photographs.
    Camp sites, facilities, etc.--California--Mojave Desert--Photographs.
    Camp sites, facilities, etc.--Yellowstone National Park--Photographs.
    Camp sites, facilities, etc.--Zion National Park--Photographs.
    Camps--Vermont--Champlain, Lake--Photographs.
    Castles--Great Britain--Photographs.
    Cathedrals--Great Britain--Photographs.
    Class reunions--New Hampshire--Hanover--Photographs.
    Dams--San Gabriel River Valley (Calif.)--Photographs.
    Ferries--New England--Photographs.
    Geysers--Yellowstone National Park--Photographs.
    Hiking--Canada--British Columbia--Photographs.
    Historic bridges--California--Pasadena--Photographs.
    Historic buildings--Massachusetts--Photographs.
    Hopi architecture--Arizona--Photographs.
    Hopi baskets--Photographs.
    Hopi children--Photographs.
    Hopi dance--Photographs.
    Hopi Indians--Photographs.
    Hopi Indians--Social life and customs--Photographs.
    Hopi pottery--Photographs.
    Hot springs--Yellowstone National Park--Photographs.
    Hotels--New England--Photographs.
    Hotels--California--Santa Barbara--Photographs.
    Indian arts--North America--Photographs.
    Indians of North America--Antiquities--Photographs.
    Indians of North America--Photographs.
    Landscape photography.
    Navajo architecture--Photographs.
    Navajo Indians--Photographs.
    Orange trees--California--Photographs.
    Oil fields--California--Summerland--Photographs.
    Photography--Equipment and supplies.
    Photography--Equipment and supplies--Purchasing.
    Photography in education.
    Photography--Studios and dark rooms.
    Photography--Studios and dark rooms--Photographs.
    Private railroad cars--Photographs.
    Railroad tunnels--Canada--Photographs.
    Railroads--New England--Photographs.
    Recreation--Vermont--Champlain, Lake--Photographs.
    Rivers--New England--Photographs.
    Sailboats--New England--Photographs.
    Selling--Photography--Equipment and supplies.
    Snake dance--Arizona--Photographs.
    Stagecoaches--Yosemite National Park--Photographs.
    Telescopes--Wilson, Mount (Calif. : Mountain)--Photographs.
    Tohono O'odham Indians--Photographs.
    Yachting--New England--Photographs.

    Document Types:

    Boudoir photographs.
    Photograph Albums.