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[Fleishhacker family photograph collection].
BANC PIC 1978-2017--NNEG misc. box 10 (NNEG 4x5); BANC PIC 2014.067--B box 1; BANC PIC 2014.067--C; BANC PIC 2014.067--CASE ; ...
Collection Overview

Title:

[Fleishhacker family photograph collection]

Creator/Contributor:

Fleishhacker family, creator, creator.

Creator/Contributor:

De Gaston.

Creator/Contributor:

Genthe, Arnold, 1869-1942

Creator/Contributor:

Dassonville, William E. (William Edward), 1879-1957

Creator/Contributor:

Moore & Clarke

Creator/Contributor:

Gabriel Moulin Studios

Abstract:

Studio portraits, snapshot photographs, photograph albums, scrapbooks, wedding books and miscellaneous papers pertaining to multiple generations of the Fleishhacker, Mitau and Rhein families of San Francisco and Atherton. Individuals pictured include Herbert Fleishhacker and his wife May Greenbaum Fleishhacker; their children Herbert Fleishhacker, Jr., Alan Fleishhacker and Marjorie Fleishhacker Mitau; Marjorie's husband Martin Mitau and their daughters Patricia and Marjorie; and various other antecedents, descendents, relatives, friends and associates.

Date:

1855 (issued)

Subject:

n-us-ca
Fleishhacker family -- Pictorial works
Fleishhacker, Herbert -- Pictorial works
Fleishhacker, May -- Pictorial works
Mitau, Marjorie -- Pictorial works
Mitau, Martin -- 1900-1973 -- Pictorial works
Rhein, Patricia -- Pictorial works

Note:

Title devised by cataloger.
Also includes 2 autochromes, 1 ambrotype, 2 negatives, 2 miniature paintings, and miscellaneous papers.
Studio photographers include Moore & Clarke, De Gaston and Gabriel Moulin Studios. A few portraits by William E. Dassonville and at least one by Arnold Genthe are also present.
COLLECTION STORED, IN PART, OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for use.
AUTOCHROMES, AMBROTYPE AND MINIATURES RESTRICTED : Use only by permission of the appropriate curator. Inquiries concerning these materials should be directed, in writing, to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library.
NITRATE NEGATIVES CLOSED TO RESEARCH DUE TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESTRICTIONS.
Fleishhacker family photograph collection, BANC PIC 2014.067, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift; Karen Rhein Blanpied and Michael Rhein; 2014.
Herbert Fleishhacker (1872-1957), son of Aaron Fleishhacker and Delia Stern, was a San Francisco banker and civic philanthropist and long-time President of the San Francisco Park and Recreation Commission. He founded Fleishhacker Pool and Fleishhacker Zoo in San Francisco. In 1905 Herbert married May Belle Greenbaum (1884-1966), and their children were Marjorie (1906-1983), Herbert (1907-1968), and Alan (1914-1968). Marjorie married Martin Mitau in 1927, and had daughters Patricia (1928-2013) and Marjorie.
Container list available in library.

Type:

graphic
Portraits-California.
Photograph albums.
Wedding books.
Scrapbooks.
Autochromes.
Ambrotypes.

Physical Description:

photoprint
Approximately 1,500 photographs in 14 boxes and 2 oversize folders : chiefly gelatin silver prints ; various sizes.

Language:

English

Identifier:

BANC PIC 1978-2017--NNEG misc. box 10 (NNEG 4x5)
BANC PIC 2014.067--B box 1
BANC PIC 2014.067--C
BANC PIC 2014.067--CASE
BANC PIC 2014.067--CASE box 1
BANC PIC 2014.067--F
BANC PIC 2014.067--AX box 1
BANC PIC 2014.067--AX box 2
BANC PIC 2014.067--AX box 3
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 1
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 2
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 3
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 4
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 5
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 6
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 7
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 8
BANC PIC 2014.067--PIC box 9
BANC PIC 2014.067
BANC PIC 2014.067

Origin:

California

Copyright Note:

COLLECTION STORED, IN PART, OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for use.
AUTOCHROMES, AMBROTYPE AND MINIATURES RESTRICTED : Use only by permission of the appropriate curator. Inquiries concerning these materials should be directed, in writing, to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library.
NITRATE NEGATIVES CLOSED TO RESEARCH DUE TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESTRICTIONS.