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INVENTORY

Baby Boomer Exhibit -- Restricted Photographs
Dates: c. 1940 - 1975 (mostly 1960 - 1975)
SCOPE NOTES: These 16 negatives were reproduced from original photographs owned and copyrighted by The Quad City Times and Rock Island Argus/Dispatch. Photographs reproductions from these negatives were used in the exhibit Baby Boomers:  A Nostalgia Trip, October 24, 1997- May 31, 1998.  The original photographs were returned and the negatives retained for future possible use. 
 
Note:  These images are not accessioned and owner retains the copyright. Contact the newspaper for permission to use.
 
Subjects included:
Portrait -- Kirschbaum, Katherine (1)
Aviation -- Misc. (2)
Churches and Religion -- Catholic -- Misc. (15)
Cities -- Municipal Government (15)
Ethnic and Minority Groups -- Black Americans (3, 12, 14, 16)
Ethnic and Minority Groups -- Misc. (7, 8)
Explorers and Exploration (2, 4)
Groups -- Identified (5)
Hotels, Motels, Restaurants, Taverns -- Restaurants (6)
Law and Law Enforcement -- Police (3, 14)
Military and War -- Vietnam (7, 8, 9, 13)
Music -- Misc. (10)
Schools and Education -- College -- Misc.(3, 12)
Social Life and Customs -- Clothing -- 1960-1999 (1, 11, 16)
Social Protest -- Misc. (12, 13, 14, 15, 16)
 
 

INVENTORY

Bartels Collection 1996-165
Date: 1903-1957
Scope Notes: This collection is associated with a large donation of furniture and household items by Marge Bartels. Photographs are of her family members who are associated with the artifacts in the other donations (1998-7, 1996-176, 1997-5).
 
Erwin and Nelle Mangels were the donor's uncle and aunt. He was an active antique collector and collected much of the furniture donated by Ms. Bartels and through her estate. They lived at 2925 Grand Avenue. Marie (Harms) Mangels was Erwin's mother. Donor's mother was Margaret Mangels. After her first husband (Bartels??) died, she married William Weiser. Family's name was originally Von Halle. It was changed during World War I because of anti-German sentiment.
 
Family information from Marie Mangels' obit: Maria Mathilde Harms born Heide, Holstin, Germany on Nov. 5, 1860. She married August Heinrich Christian Mangels on Dec. 31, 1880. They moved to US in 1890 and lived in Kansas City until 1903. Children were: three daughters: Mrs. Ralph Barnhardt, Mrs. William Weiser, Mrs. Morris Bennett; 5 sons: August, Henry, Ed, John and Erwin Mangels; 11 grandchildren. Her sister was Mrs. Anna Moeller. Buried in Pine Hill Cemetery.
 
Collection contains 4 x 5 copy negatives for 1996.165.2-5, made by Boyd-Fitzgerald
Catalog record indicates that 1996.165.1-2 were framed (see 1996.165.2b) but this is not indicated in the accession record.
 
Image Description
1996.165.1 Portrait of Erwin G. Mangels, c. 1930
1996.165.2a Portrait of portrait of Nelle Mangels, c. 1930 1996.165.3a Portrait of Erwin G. Mangels, c. 1930 
1996.165.4 Portrait of Maria (Harms) Mangels in her garden at 318 North Howell, Davenport c. 1903 (colorized in 1960s by Petersen Harned Von Maur Photograph Studio)
1996.165.5 Erwin and Nelle Mangels in their kitchen, December 16, 1957; published in newspaper, see article 1996.165.8
1996.165.6 Newspaper clipping "Will Written in German is Filed in Mangels Estate, re: Maria Mathilde Mangels will filed for probate, husband August Heinrich Christian Mangels is heir, no date.
1996.165.7 Newspaper clipping of Maria Mangels obituary
1996.165.8 Newspaper article "Husband Makes Christmas Cookies for Her" Erwin and Nelle Mangels Christmas baking tradition, including family German cookie recipes
1996.165.3b cardboard folder for 1996.165.3a
 
Subject Cross Reference
 
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—DOMESTIC CHORES
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—GARDENS
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--FUNERALS
PORTRAIT—MANGELS, ERWIN G.
PORTRAIT—MANGELS, MARIA
PORTRAIT—MANGELS, NELLE
 
 

INVENTORY

Barton Collection 1999-15
Date: March 8, 1980
Scope Notes: This collection, donated by Violet Barton, documents Charles B. Barton, Jr.'s last day of work as a switchman on the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad. Barton worked for the railroad for 40 years. See accession file for additional information.
 
The collection consists of 5 black and white copy negatives made from color Polaroid prints in the donor's possession.
 
Image Description
1999.15.8 Charles Barton, Jr. hanging off railroad car
1999.15.9 Charles Barton, Jr. and wife Violet Barton standing on back of engine
1999.15.10 Chico Muscolio seated at desk in Rock Island depot
1999.15.11 Engineer ? Jameson at engine controls
1999.15.12 View of railroad tracks on bridge from front of enging
 
Subject Cross Reference
Railroads—Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific (8-12)
Railroads---Cars—Exterior (8)
Railroads—Depots—Rock Island (10)
Railroads—Employees (8, 9, 10, 11
Railroads—Engines (9, 11
Railroads—Tracks, Siding, Shops & Yards (12)
 
 

INVENTORY

BAWDEN BROS. COLLECTION  1962-75
Inclusive dates:  1845-1941  (predominant dates:  c. 1920-41)
SCOPE NOTES: This collection is comprised primarily of images taken by Bawden Brothers, Inc., Advertising Service, Illustrators, Engravers, and Printers of Davenport.  The majority are original although some are copies apparently made for some specific purpose from another work.  A wide range of subjects are included (see list of major sub-collections and subject headings below).
 
Cellulose nitrate negatives originally formed a large portion of this collection.  These nitrate negatives and some safety negatives that had been damaged by their long term proximity to the nitrates (1962.75.38-97, 110, 112, 120-252, 254-420) were duplicated and prints made with the help of a state grant in May and June 1992 (see Box 1, folder 2 for information about grant and duplication process).  The rest of the collection is comprised of safety negatives or prints.  Prints exist for all images except safety negatives 1962.75.98-109, 111, 113, 119.  Negatives exist for 1962.75.1, 2, 38-422
 
Images 1962.75.38-333 have been arranged according to the identification numbers written on them by the Bawdens themselves.  The remainder were unnumbered.  Remnants of existing original envelopes and photocopies of same are located in Box 1, folder 1.
Images 457-471 have been removed to oversize storage (Cabinet 1, Drawer 1, #3, 15, 18, 19).
 
WHENEVER IMAGES ARE USED FOR AN EXHIBIT, PUBLICATION, OR 
OTHER USE, THEY MUST BE CREDITED TO
 “BAWDEN BROTHERS COLLECTION, PUTNAM MUSEUM”¬
 
Box 1
Folder 1: Inventory, original envelope remnants and photocopies
Folder 2: Historic Resource Development Program grant information for reproduction of nitrate negatives"
Folder 3: 4 x 5 copy negatives (1, 2, 421, 422)
Folders 4-7: 8 x 10 copy negatives
f. 1 (38-67)
f. 2 (68-95)
f. 3 (96-119)
f. 4 (120-131)
 
Box 2
Folders 1-11: 8 x 10 copy negatives
f. 1 (132-140) f. 7 (201-207)
f. 2 (141-148) f. 8 (208-219)
f. 3 (149-160) f. 9 (220-239)
f. 4 (161-173) f. 10 (240-252)
f. 5 (174-183) f. 11 (254-283)
f. 6 (184-200)
 
Box 3
Folders 1-7: 8 x 10 copy negatives
f. 1 (284-302) f. 5 (371-385)
f. 2 (303-333) f. 6 (386-401)
f. 3 (334-348) f. 7 (402-420)
f. 4 (349-370)
 
Box 4
Folders 1-8:
8 x 10 copy prints (except 1-37 which are originals)
f. 1 (1-37) f. 5 (120-131)
f. 2 (38-67) f. 6 (132-140)
f. 3 (68-95) f. 7 (141-148)
f. 4 (96-119) f. 8 (149-160)
 
Box 5
Folders 1-9: 8 x 10 copy prints
f. 1 (161-173) f. 6 (220-239)
f. 2 (174-183) f. 7 (240-252)
f. 3 (184-200) f. 8 (254-283)
f. 4 (201-207) f. 9 (284-302)
f. 5 (208-219)
 
 
Box 5
Folders 1-9: 8 x 10 copy prints
f. 1 (161-173) f. 6 (220-239)
f. 2 (174-183) f. 7 (240-252)
f. 3 (184-200) f. 8 (254-283)
f. 4 (201-207) f. 9 (284-302)
f. 5 (208-219)
 
Box 6
Folders 1-7: 8 x 10 copy prints (except 421-456 which are originals)
f. 1 (303-333) f. 5 (386-401)
f. 2 (334-348) f. 6 (402-420)
f. 3 (349-370) f. 7 (421-456)
f. 4 (371-385)
 
Oversize
Cabinet 1, Drawer 1, #3-15, 18, 19 (457-471)
 
SUB-COLLECTIONS:
Bettendorf Co. (98-119, 287)
J. W. Bettendorf mansion (438-445)
H. F. Brammer Mfg. Co. (149-160)
Chevrolet automobiles (402-420)
Community Mercantile Co. (132-140)
Crescent Macaroni & Cracker Co. (240-253, 351, 352)
Davenport Automotive School (122-127)
Davenport High School football players (201-307)
Davenport Times photos of local homes and businesses taken for 1927 New Year edition (Dec. 31, 1926)
Iowa Peerless Co. (214-219)
Lock & Dam No. 15 construction (371-401)
Purity Oats (163-173)
Port Byron Lime Assoc. (174-183)
Vitalaire iceboxes (334-348)
Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. (30-95; several duplicate Voss images are also contained in the Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. Collection, 1963-14, which may offer additional information)
 
PORTRAITS:
 
Bawden, Harry E. (32, 67)
Cable, G. Wyatt (202, 206?)
Cody, William [“Buffalo Bill”] (369a,b)
Faerber, Alexander Joseph (140, 214)
Guthrie,  (57)
Halpenny, W.H. (216)
Keller, Leo R. (44)
Kiehr, Max (260)
Lane, Dick R. (219)
Matthey, Mrs.  (274)
Mosier, Walter (201, 205)
Mueller, Alfred (215)
Musler, Phil (32)
Palmer, B.J. [Bartlett Joshua] (275)
Palmer, David Daniel (275)
Ramser, Jacob (177)
Schmidt, Hugo J. (240, 242)
Stelk, James (204)
Tofanelli, Ralph (203?, 207?)
Von Maur, Cable (135)
Voss, Christiane Marie (42)
Voss, Edward (55, 76, 81)
Voss, Fred P. (42, 53-55?, 65?, 76?, 77?, 79?, 80?, 83?)
Voss, Harry F. (43)
Voss, John A. (42)
Voss, William H. (42, 54?, 55?, 76?, 77?, 79?, 80?, 84?)
UNIDENTIFIED MEN (58, 66, 67, 79, 80, 81, 349)
 
 
SUBJECT CROSS-REFERENCES MADE TO:
ARTS--FINE (283, 304)
AVIATION--AIRPLANES (72)
BOATS & BOATING--BARGES (372-375, 394, 396, 397, 400)
BOATS & BOATING--MISC. (365a-c, 385, 388)
BOATS & BOATING--RIVERBOATS--”¬J.W. SPENCER” (363a)
BOATS & BOATING--RIVERBOATS--MISC. (374-377, 388)
BOATS & BOATING--RIVERBOATS--”¬WINONA” (368a)
BOATS & BOATING--SHORELINES (276-278, 320, 368c, 388)
BRIDGES--MISC. (368a)
BRIDGES--SECOND GOVERNMENT (6, 470, 471)
BRIDGES--THIRD GOVERNMENT (372, 376-378, 385, 395, 400)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CONSTRUCTION (7, 287-289, 294, 300, 371-401, 423, 437)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--EMPLOYEES (8, 16, 20, 22-27, 45-52, 64, 75, 100, 101, 103-105, 111-119, 131, 163, 164, 190, 191, 233-235, 242-246, 248-252, 258, 259, 371, 379, 381, 383-385, 388, 390, 393, 398)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--OFFICE INTERIORS (43, 44, 50-52, 58, 209-211, 226, 229, 240-243, 245, 246)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BANKING (82, 136, 209-211, 224, 226, 229, 239, 437)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BARBERS (362b)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CARPENTER (42)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--GARAGE (122-127, 141-144, 217, 218, 366a, 422)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--INSURANCE (213)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--LAUNDRY (185)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--SERVICE--PHOTOGRAPHY (1, 9, 10, 11, 193, 380)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PRINTING (8, 50, 283)
 
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--ADVERTISEMENTS (10, 11, 14, 29, 30, 34, 38, 39, 41, 59-63, 68-71, 73, 74, 78, 82, 85-95, 120, 121, 128, 129, 131, 149-160, 161, 190, 191, 193, 198, 228, 232, 253, 334-348, 351, 352, 358, 359, 406, 409, 410, 424)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--AUTOMOBILES (122, 127, 217, 218, 403-410, 412-416)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BOOKS (429, 463)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BOOTS & SHOES (193)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CANDY (351, 352)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CHINAWARE (436)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--COAL (194-197)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--DEPARTMENT STORES (187, 188, 223)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--DRUG & PHARMACY (212, 230, 364b, 424)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--DRY GOODS (4, 161, 187, 188, 223, 283, 363c, 425, 433, 435, 462, 465)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FURNITURE & APPLIANCES (2, 30, 32-37, 55, 58, 72, 75, 85-95, 149-160, 187, 188, 193, 213, 283, 334-348)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FEED & GRAIN (163, 164)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FURRIERS (272, 363c)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--GROCERY (132-134, 136, 198, 353-355, 421)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--HARDWARE (3, 12)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--JEWELRY (177, 272, 273, 453)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--LUMBER (192, 213)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MILLINERY (283, 363c, 435)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MISC. (3, 12, 29, 213, 230)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY (270)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--STONE CARVINGS (299)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--TOBACCO (11, 190, 191, 212, 424)
 
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BAKERIES (240, 244, 246, 253, 270)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--AUTOMOBILES (198)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BREWING & BOTTLING (302)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CANDY (220, 221, 241, 253, 351, 352)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CARRIAGES (366a)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CEMENT (276-278, 288, 289)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CLOTHING (185, 193)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FEED & GRAIN (163-173, 256, 257, 290, 291)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FOUNDRY (13, 16, 18-27, 100-119, 258, 259, 287)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--LUMBER (303)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MACHINERY (16, 18-27)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MEATS (296)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PUBLIC UTILITIES (194-197, 233-235)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PRODUCT PRODUCTION & EXTRACTION--MEATS (296)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PUBLIC UTILITIES (194-197, 233-235)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--QUARRIES (174-183, 299)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--SASH & DOOR (303)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--TOBACCO (190, 191)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--WASHING MACHINES (31, 38-52, 55, 56, 59-64, 68-75, 149-160)
CHURCHES & RELIGION--CATHOLIC--MISC. (280-282, 284)
CHURCHES & RELIGION--EPISCOPAL--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES (431)
CHURCHES & RELIGION--LUTHERAN--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES (231, 285)
CHURCHES & RELIGION--METHODIST (300)
CHURCHES & RELIGION--MISC. (294)
CHURCHES & RELIGION--PRESBYTERIAN--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES (431)
COMMUNICATION--RADIO (247)
COMMUNICATION--TELEPHONE (361)
DAMS (371-401)
DOCUMENTS & LETTERS--(132, 133, 136, 137-139, 162, 318, 319)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT--CIRCUS & SIDESHOW (78, 369a-d)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT--HALLS & OPERA HOUSES (280-282)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT--MISC. (369a-c)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT--THEATRE (1, 185, 186, 236-238, 272, 273, 306, 307)
ETHNIC & MINORITY GROUPS--BLACK AMERICANS (123, 362b)
FARMS & FARMING--CROPS--FIELD (224)
FARMS & FARMING--EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY--MODERN (450)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT--THEATRE (1, 185, 186, 236-238, 272, 273, 306, 307)
ETHNIC & MINORITY GROUPS--BLACK AMERICANS (123, 362b)
FARMS & FARMING--CROPS--FIELD (224)
FARMS & FARMING--EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY--MODERN (450)
FIRES & FIRE DEPARTMENTS--EQUIPMENT & FIREMEN--NO. 1 (260-261)
FIRES & FIRE DEPARTMENTS--EQUIPMENT & FIREMEN--MISC. (349)
FIRES & FIRE DEPARTMENTS--FIRE (366b)
GROUPS--UNIDENTIFIED (279, 364a)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS--DAVENPORT PUBLIC MUSEUM (350)
HOLIDAYS & CELBRATIONS--CHRISTMAS (30, 228, 232)
HOSPITALS--MISC. (286, 298)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN--HOTEL (6, 185, 186, 322, 362c, 367c, 464, 469)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN--RESTAURANT (14, 185, 212)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS (262-269, 324-333)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--DOMESTIC CHORES (2, 358-360)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--FAMOUS PEOPLE--COL. DAVENPORT (370b)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--MISC. (356)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--RURAL--INTERIOR--IDENTIFIED (17 [“Wayne Cook’s grandfather’s home”¬])
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--SPECIAL TYPES--LOG CABINS (17)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--INTERIOR--IDENTIFIED (262, 263 [J. S. Campbell home]; 268, 269 [Walter Mueller home]; 444, 445 [J. W. Bettendorf
home])
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--INTERIOR--UNIDENTIFIED (2, 28, 85, 92, 146-148, 360)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--EXTERIOR--IDENTIFIED (5, 199, 200 [Frank Mueller home, East River Drive]; 292 [Dana Waterman home]; 293 [Karl Karlowa home, 49 Kenwood Ave.]; 295 [Irvin Green home, 2915 Middle Road]; 297 [John C. Lueschen home, 22 Kenwood Ave.]; 301 [Erwin Naeckel home, 2612 Wood Lane]; 324-330 [Harold R. Bechtel home, 9 Roberts Ave.]; 370a,b [Col. Davenport home]; 438-443 [J. W. Bettendorf home])
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--INTERIOR--IDENTIFIED (262, 263 [J. S. Campbell home]; 268, 269 [Walter Mueller home]; 444, 445 [J. W. Bettendorf home])
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--INTERIOR--UNIDENTIFIED (2, 28, 85, 92, 146-148, 360)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--EXTERIOR--IDENTIFIED (5, 199, 200 [Frank Mueller home, East River Drive]; 292 [Dana Waterman home]; 293 [Karl Karlowa home, 49 Kenwood Ave.]; 295 [Irvin Green home, 2915 Middle Road]; 297 [John C. Lueschen home, 22 Kenwood Ave.]; 301 [Erwin Naeckel home, 2612 Wood Lane]; 324-330 [Harold R. Bechtel home, 9 Roberts Ave.]; 370a,b [Col. Davenport home]; 438-443 [J. W. Bettendorf home])
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--EXTERIOR--UNIDENTIFIED (145, 189, 321)
INDIANS--MISC. (369c,d)
LIBRARIES--PUBLIC (322, 446)
MEDICINE--CHIROPRACTIC (275, 323?)
MEDICINE--DENTISTRY (283, 432)
MEDICINE--DOCTORS (213)
MEDICINE--MISC. (233-235, 318, 319)
MILLS--MISC. (256, 290, 291)
MILITARY & WAR--MISC. (213, 225)
MILITARY & WAR--ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL (385)
MUSIC--BANDS (247, 367b)
MUSIC--INSTRUMENTS (247)
MUSIC--RECORDINGS & EQUIPMENT 51, 58, 247)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--AMERICAN LEGION (208)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--BPW (212)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--CLAUS GROTH GUILD (262-269)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--MASONS (286)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--MISC. (256, 409)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--ROTARY (362c)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--SALVATION ARMY (7)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--SHRINE (367b)
PARADES (369a)
PARKS & PARK RECREATION--LECLAIRE (320)
POSTAL SERVICE--MISC. (357)
RAILROADS--CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN (166)
RAILROADS--CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL, & PACIFIC (98)
RAILROADS--CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND, & PACIFIC (7, 97, 99, 169)
RAILROADS--ILLINOIS CENTRAL (96, 169, 171)
RAILROADS--MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS (168)
RAILROADS--CARS--EXTERIORS (96-99, 165-173, 374, 375)
RAILROADS--CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE (100, 101)
RAILROADS--ENGINES (363b)
RAILROADS--MISC. (102, 279, 363b)
RAILROADS--TRACKS, SIDINGS, SHOPS, YARDS, SIGNALS (98, 165-173, 276, 278, 288, 289, 296, 382)
RECREATION--CAMPING OR “OUTINGS” (449)
RECREATION--CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES (2, 236-238, 248-252, 353-355, 421)
RECREATION--SWIMMING (184)
RECREATION--WINTER (451)
RIVERS & CREEKS--MISSISSIPPI (397, 401, 452)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--ACADEMIES--ST. KATHERINE’S (447)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--BUSINESS (425)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--ELEMENTARY--BUILDINGS--MISC. (280-282, 284)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--SECONDARY--ACTIVITIES--CENTRAL (201-207, 306, 307)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL (122-127)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--CLOTHING--1920-1959 (2, 4, 28, 34, 185, 222, 248, 252, 371, 372, 383, 384, 451)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--DANCE (253)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--FAMILY ACTIVITIES (17, 28)
SPORTS--BASKETBALL (303)
SPORTS--GOLF (308-317)
SPORTS--FOOTBALL (201-207)
SPORTS--MISC. (256)
TOOLS & WEAPONS--WEAPONS (256)
TRANSPORTATION--AUTOMOBILES (1, 120-128, 141-144, 186-188, 193, 212, 213, 220, 232, 271-273, 305, 350, 362a, 371, 402-415, 417-420, 448-451)
TRANSPORTATION--BICYCLES (129, 213)
TRANSPORTATION--CABS (422)
TRANSPORTATION--HORSEBACK (369a-d)
TRANSPORTATION--TROLLIES, INTER-URBANS, & HORSECARS (15, 187, 188, 222, 367a)
TRANSPORTATION--TRUCKS (13, 21, 161, 192, 198, 233-235, 260, 261, 296, 366a)
TRANSPORTATION--WAGONS & BUGGIES (29, 288-291, 366c, 368b, 424, 457)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--ALLEYS & PARKING LOTS (161, 198, 422)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--BIRD¿’ ¿S EYE & AERIAL VIEWS (322, 365d, 374-377, 388, 394-396, 399, 452)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT (233-235)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--STREET SCENES--BUSINESS--1860-1899 (6, 363c, 424, 432, 436, 453-463, 466-470)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--STREET SCENES--BUSINESS--1900-1919 (367c, 369a, 433)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--STREET SCENES--BUSINESS--1920-1959 (1, 15, 185, 187, 188, 193, 212, 213, 409)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--STREET SCENES--RESIDENTIAL--PRE-1920 (6)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--STREET SCENES--RESIDENTIAL--1920-1959 (189)
CITIES--MISC. (134)
CITIES--PORT BYRON (174-183)
COUNTIES--SCOTT--COURTHOUSES--SECOND (141, 143, 434)
NATIONAL--GOVERNMENT (254, 255)
 
 

INVENTORY

BAWDEN   BROTHERS 
NITRATE    NEGATIVE    COLLECTION
 
Number Quantity Description
 
no # 1 Harry Bawden without jacket . There's one right on side of photo.
no # 1 Letter from McCarthy Improvement Co. to the Kilnock no # Co.
no # 1 Bond (moon crescent and star crest on jacket) by WOC mike
no # 1 Little  girl posed on chair
9951 1 1926 corn judging contest - in bank ? lobby.
9953 1 Female in WWI uniform
9921 1 Independent Motor Truck Co. - 11/5/26. Truck of John F. Kelly Co. wholesale grocer(?)
10091 1 B.J. Gervie to Dav. Oil Supply - copy of Mrs. Matthew (?), 2/18/27
10096 1 National Lime Ass'n.  Washington D.C. Dewey Cement Plant
10096A 1 National Lime Ass'n.
10096B 1 National Lime Ass'n.
no # 1 J. Ramser - Pres. Port Byron Lime Assn.
no # 1 Site at Lime Co.
no # 1 Site at Lime Co.
no # 1 Mine Shaft (?)
no # 1 Site at Lime Co. ? sorted (?) ore
4934A or 4933A 1 Barrel, bag of Port Byron Lime - Hydrate Lime & ore
4921 1 Bulk Lime
4922 1 Hydrate Lime
no # 1 Lime rock
no # 1 Purity Oats - elevator, water tower and mill
no # 1 Purity Oats - elevator, water tower, mill & train car on tracks
no # 1 Purity Oats - elevator, water tower, mill & train(Chicago Great Western)
no # 1 Purity Oats - elevator, water tower, mill & train tracks in foreground
no # 1 Purity Oats - elevator, mill, dock area, train in foreground
no # 4919 (?) 1 Purity Oats - elevator, water tower and mill (small portion cut off)
4919 1 Purity Oats - elevator & water tower with Illinois Central train car on track behind lumber debris
no # 1 Purity Oats - dock & mill area with tracks in foreground
no # 1 Purity Oats - woman working  convey (?) line of cylindrical rolled oats
no # 1 Purity Oats - boxing rolled oats for shipping
10047 1 Max Kiehr (?) at Perry St. Station - Vol. Fire Dept. 1/9/27
10047A 1 Group of Vol. Fire Dept.
10046 1 Seig (?) Co. - Convention Group 1/8/27
10046A 1 Seig (?) Co. - Convention Group 1/8/27
10068 1 Linograph Co. - Retouched copy of bread wrapping machine
9923,A,C,D,E,F,G 7 Davenport High School Football Team 1926
9996, A,B 3 Columbia Theater - Interior of capital (?) of children's playroom
21107A 2 Perry Burl Snavely's osteopathy certificate for Missouri
21570 1 Examining table for osteopath doctor or chiro
9929 1 American Legion Industrial Commission 11/8/26
9984, A,B,C 4 Union Davenport Bank (Entrance to & Deposit Vault)
10006G 1 Lobby with 3 elevator entrances - ornate ceiling fixtures
20025 5 Times Co. Homes & Bldgs. for New Year Edition 1927
T7 - Dana Waterman residence
T9 - Karl Karlowa residence
T11 - Irving Green residence
T13 - Seischen - 22 Kenwood Ave.
T17 - Ches Naeckel res. 2612 Woodlane
9990 1 Municipal toolhouse
4224 1 Davenport Automotive School
4220 1         "                        "                "
4221 1         "                        "                "
4222 1         "                        "                "
4219 1         "                        "                "
4225 1         "                        "                "
no # 1 Man with pipe in hand standing in front of a truck
4369 1 Community Mercantile Co.  Participation Certificate
no # 1 A.J. Faerber - president. Community Mercantile Co.
4368 1 Letter from Halligan (?) Coffee Co. to Community Mercantile Co.
4370 1 Interior & Exterior of Community Mercantile Co. at Liddendale (?) & Ackley, Ia.
4371 1 Cable (?) Von Maur - director Community Mercantile Co.
4372 1 L.F. Kovar - vice president of Community Mercantile Co.-biography
4373 1 Text Community Mercantile Co. - R. Leffler & Jake Codnus' responsible (?)
4376 1 Letter from American Commercial & Savings Bank - a reference for A.J. Faerber
4377 1 Letter from Peterson Sons Co. to Community Mercantile Co.
10088 1 2/16/2  Row of cars (?) showing tires  (L. W. Ramsay)
9913 Row of houses Oct. 1926 (Bawden Bros.)
9914, A 2 Peter N. Jacobsen Cigar Co. booth at Coliseum 11-2-26
20036 1 Gordon Van Tine - Basketball from 26-27 Industrial champs.
10665 A 1 Interior of St. Paul's School. 
10665B? 1 Interior of St. Paul's School gym
10665 1 Interior of St. Paul's School entrance & stairwell
10067 1 lst floor plan - J.S. Campbell residence Mt. Carroll, Ill
10067A 1 2nd floor plan - J.S. Campbell residence
10067B 1 2nd story plan - community building Friendly House
10067C 1 3rd story plan - community building Friendly House
10067D 1 1st story plan - community building Friendly House
10067E 1 Basement plan - community building Friendly House
10067F 1 1st floor plan - Walter Mueller residence
10067G 1 2nd floor plan - Walter Mueller residence
21100F 1 Stage production - brave & maiden
21100G 1 Stage production  - groups of Indians
20044 1 "The Fortune Teller" - Achilles (?) Glisanti
10047 1 4 males in winter coats - 1 female in fur coat with corsage in front of train
no # 1 Male standing with suit jacket on and hat and glasses
9904 1 Sketch by Flagg of C.D. Waterman
4310 1 Car with Ill plates 57273 & showing sign on windshield
no # 1 Photo of couple - dress is  bloused drop waist with lighter stripes at bottom of sleeves & skirt
no # 1 Photo of couple at Crescent dance - male has elbow resting on back of chair.
no # 1 Photo of couple - female has necklace & trim (?) of skirt
no # 1 Photo of couple - male has mustache, female flowered blouse and long tie.
no # 1 Some sort of brick with rows of circular indentations 4x9
no # 1          "
21105 9 Photos of man in various stages of golf swing
9939A 1 A. J. Faerbar - Treas. Peerless Co.
9939B 1 Alfred Mueller - Director Iowa Peerless Co.
9939C 1 W.H. Halpenny - Pres. & General Manager - Iowa Peerless Co.
9939F 1 Dick Lane - V. Pres., Iowa Peerless Co.
1134 1 Spraying tubs of Voss machines.
1135 1 (?) & pressing pieces
1136 1 Machine tubs stacked
1137 1 Pressing Pieces
1143 1 Voss Bros.- collage   
1156 1 Harry Voss at desk
1159 1 Leo Keller at desk - Voss Bros. Mfg. Co.
1160 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. - assembly
1161 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. - crating
1162 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. - moving loaded crates
1163 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. - manufacturing parts
1164 1 "          - experimental
1165 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co.
1166 1 W.L. Voss at desk?
1167 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co.
1172 1 " - 2 of brothers
1173 1 " - Ed Voss & 2 Generations (?)
1174 1 " - 1st washing machine 1876
1189 1 " - Mr. Guthrie
1193 1 " - male at desk
1195A 1 " - Floto Plane washer
1195C 1 " - "
1195D 1 " - "
1195E 1 " - "
1195F " - "
1200A 1 " - driller
1201 1 " - Mr. Voss?
1218 1 " - washing machine
1219 1 " - washing machine on wood platform
1220 1 " - top view of washer
1221 1 " - view of wringers
1246 1 " - Ed Voss at airport
1247 1 " - washer (tile floor)
1247A 1 " "    (closer view)
1248 1 " - assembly & crating
1250 1 " - Voss Bros.
1250A 1 " - Voss Bros.
1251 1 " - elephant sitting on washer tub
1252 1 " - 1931 & 1932 officers
no # 1252(?) 1 " - 1931 & 1932 officers
1252A 1 " - ?
1254 1 " - Voss display in Dav. Bank 9/3/32
1261 1 " - Drawing of W.H. & F.P. Voss
1261A 1 " - Drawing of W.H. & F.P. Voss
B1266 1 " - top view of woman demo. washer in kitchen
B1267 1 " - woman tipping wringer
B1268 1 " - woman motioning to come
B1269 1 " - woman motioning to come
B1272 1 " - woman taking table top off washer
B1273 1 " - washer connected.
B1275 1 " - view of exposed washer
B1276 1 " - top reset on washer & set as table
4688 1 OK cabinet washer
no # 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. - floor display set up
no # 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. - logo for golden ann
no # 1 Voss Bros. Mfg. Co. - ad - 59.95
1767 1 (?)
1768A 1 ? smelting
1208 1 collection of 14 pictures of males
1209 1 collection of 5 pictures of males
 
 
 
______________________________________________________
 
 
 
1962-75
 
 
 
T18 1 Val Blatz Co. Bldg. 1927 (F 1107)
T 12 1 Kohr"s Packing Co., 1927 (F 680)
no # 4 3  interiors of a Davenport home 1927 & 1 exterior. Dining room, front hall, living room . (F 1105)
H171 1 Rock Island Caboose 1921 (F 1086)
1571 1 Illinois Central flat car (F 1086)
9942 1 Woman stepping onto street car (F 158)
no # 1 Columbia Theatre w/ crowd c. 1926 safety neg. exists? (F 1068)
20024 1 Bee Hive Millinery Store on street  corner c. 1926 (F 1071)
9939E 1 Iowa Peerless Corporation, Auto supplies/service c. 1926 (F1067)
9939D 1 Iowa Peerless (changed from Cook Peerless) exterior 1926(F 1067)
9988 1 Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 15th & Marquette, Dec., 1926. (F1074)
9985 1 Child's Drug Store, 13th & College, Dec. 1926 (F1073)
21080 1 Campbell Baking Co., exterior, 1927 (F 1072)
9941A 1 Kuehl Candy Co., interior w/ machine, 1926 (F 1070)
10012C,N,G,M,J 7 Crescent Macaroni & Cracker Co., 1926 (F 1060) 
10009,10010 10012C -2 men in office.
10012N -2 women by cookie display
10012G - 3 women & 2 men in office
10012M - office  workforce
10010 - man seated at desk
10009 - man with dictaphone
10012J - 5 women & 2 men in factory
20025, T14 1 Pine Knoll Sanitarium addition, 1927 (F1080)
20025, T10 1 Bettendorf Tabernacle, 1927 (F 1079)
20025, T1 1 St. Paul's School, Dav., 1927 (F 1078)
20025, T5 1 Dewey Cement Co., 1927 (F 1077)
20025, T5 1 Dewey Cement Co., 1927 (F 1077)
9990B 1 Dump Truck at Municipal Tool House c. 1927(F 1076)
9990A 1 Trucks at Municipal Tool House c, 1927 (F 1076)
9989 1 Lytle Overland Co. Window display of car c. 1927 (F 1075)
22037A 1 Harold R. Bechtel residence model c. 1930 (F 1061)
22459A 1 Harold R. Bechtel planting plan for Johnson residence, c. 1930 (F 1061)
22037 1 Bechtel House model c. 1930 (F 1061)
22037D 1 Bechtel House model c. 1930 (2 images on one neg.) (F 061)
22037C 1 Bechtel House model c. 1930 (F 1061)
no # 1 Bechtel House plan for pegola(?) c. 1930 (F 1061)
22037B 1 Bechtel House rendering of front elevation c. 1930(F 1061)
21139 1 LeClaire Park view from river, (F 1062)
4886 1 Coughlin Sales Co. (autos), cars parked in front of court-
house 1927 (F 1063)
no # 1 Coughlin Sales Co., Bldg. 1927 (F 1063)
no # 1 Coughlin Sales Co., Bldg. 1927 (F 1063)
no # 1 Coughlin Sales Co. 1927 (copies of above) (F 1063)
4320 1 Fred J. Barr Auto Supply Stand c. 1927 (F 1064)
no # 1 Fred J. Barr Auto Supply Bldg., c. 1927 (F 1064)
4318 1 Fred J. Barr Auto Supply Bldg., c. 1927 (F 1064)
4201 1 Davenport Buick Display Window c. 1927 (F 1066)
4198 1 Davenport Buick Co., c. 1927 (F 1066)
9933,9933A,9933B 3 American Commercial & Savings Bank interiors c. 1926 
(F 1069)
9941 1 Kuehl Candy Co. exterior c. 1926 (F 1070)
5-31 1 Davenport Museum on Brady c. 1927 (F 42)
1967-91 1 Charles Waterman c. 1927 (F 103)
21293-13 1 Aerial view of downtown Davenport c. 1927 (F 149)
no # 31 31 views of dam construction c. 1932 (F 156)
1 4x5 safety copy neg.
8 kept 4x5 non preferred method
no # 19 used car ads by Chevrolet 1934-40 (F 157)
no # (copy) 1 Barrows House & Davenport House c.1930 (F 910)
no # (copy) 1 Carriage works/ fire/ auto dealer (F 910)
no # (copy) 1 Saratoga Hotel/ Kaaba/ Tri-City streetcar (F 910)
no # (copy) 1 Bridge collapse/ buggy/ Winona steamboat (F 910)
5x7 safety neg. of bridge collapse
no # (copy) 1 Buffalo Bill collage (F 910)
no # (copy) 1 J.W. Spencer boat/ R.R. engine/ 2nd & Main (F 910)
no # (copy) 1 Autos/ barber shop/ rotary banquet (F 910)
no # (copy) 1 Flood in a R.R. yard . 1880 (3 1/2 stereographs) (F 910)
no # (copy) 1 River scenes /  Andreas (?) Davenport (F 910)
9934 1 Bus. & Prof. Women's Club car in parade 1926 (F 910)
no # 1 Royal Neighbors Home Gen'l working plan 1930(F 484)
no # 1 Royal Neighbors proposed roadway 1930 (F 484)
no # 1 Royal Neighbors topography of home site 1930 (F 484)
9920G 1 People's Light Co. Gas & Electric. foot of Myrtle St. 
Davenport (F 468)
9920A 1 People's Light Co. Gas & Electric. interior of generator 
(F 468)
9920B 1 People's Light Co. Gas & Electric. interior of generator
(F 468)
9920D 1 People's Light Co. Gas & Electric. exterior (F 468)
no # 1 Brammer Washers (F 459)
no # (copy) 1 6 men posed/ interior of drug store (F 910)
no # (copy) 1 Brownson The Hatter (F 3)
9850 1 JHC Petersen"s Ladies Ready to Wear Dept. c. 1927 (F 472)
4892 1 JHC Petersen's Old Time Delivery Truck 1921 (F 472)
20025. T 6 1 Western Flour Mills 1927 (F1085)
20025, T 6 1 Western Flour Mills 1927 (F 1085)
10026 1 Western Flour Mills Office Bldg. 1927 (F 1085)
10025 1 Western Flour Mills Office Bldg. 1927 (F 1085)
20025, T 15 1 Tri-City Stone Co. 1927 (F 1083)
10092 1 BJ Palmers & son David 1920's (F 382)
20025, T 3 1 Masonic Sanatorium addition, Bettendorf 1927 (F 1082)
9918 1 Heubotter's Furniture Store 1926 (F 1084)
20025, T 16 1 Grace Methodist Church (F 1081)
9922 1 Exterior of Frank Mueller Home c. 1927 (F 36)
9922A 1 Exterior of Frank Mueller Home c. 1927 (F 36)
no # 1 Purity Oats Co., c. 1927
20025, T 2 1 Trinity Lutheran Church 1927 (F 57)
no # 1 Kitchen utensils (F 89)
no # 2 Playville store (F 19)
no # 1 Sunshine Valley Play (?) Store (F 8)
no # 1 Mail box 1929 (F 328)
C-9, 35-3 1 Icebox (F 328)
C-35 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
C-18 1 Icebox (F 328)
6-B 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox 1939 (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Polly Prim Clothesline Box (F 328)
no # 1 Icebox (F 328)
no # 1 Woman doing domestic chores c. 1927 (F 328)
no # 1 Telephone (F 328)
no # 1 Blue Bird Clothes Line 1937 (F 328)
9911 1 Downtown Davenport, 2nd St. looking west c. 1926 (F 3)
9911 1 Downtown Davenport, 2nd St. looking west c. 1926 (F 3)
no # 1 Natatorium 1920's (F 332)
9910 1 LeClaire Hotel 1926 (F 461)
no # 1 Bettendorf Co. 1941? 1920's ? (F 792)
20025 T 4 1 Bettendorf Co. office. 1927 (F 792)
10089 2 Kahl Bldg. 1920's (F 745)
9938, 9917 2 Mueller Lumber Co. showroom/truck, 1926 (F 972)
21178 1 Unidentified Home (?)
 
 

INVENTORY

BAWDEN STEAMBOAT PHOTOGRAPHS 1992-072
 
 
1. Admiral (8x10”)*
2. Alexander Mackenzie (2-8x10” prints) 
3. Avalon  (8x10”)
4. Belle of Alton  (8x10”)
5. Belle of LaCrosse  (5x7”)
6. Capitol  (8x10”)
7. City of Cairo  (3ñ8x10” prints) 
8. City of Hickman  (5x7”)
9. City of Hickman  (5x7”)
10. Eclipse  (5x7”)
11. Eclipse  (8x10”)
12. Elanor  (120mm neg)
13. Evansville  (5x7”)
14. Golden Era  (5x7”)
15. Gordon C. Greene  (8x10”)
16. Helen Blair  (8x10”)
17. Hudson  (5x7”)
18. Hudson  (5x7”)
19. Ida Handy  (5x7”)
20. Iron Age  (5x7”)
21. J.B. Findley  (5x7”)
22. J.M. White  (8x10”)
23. Jim Wood  (5x7”)
24. John A. Wood  (8x10”)
25. Katie  (5x7”)
26. Key City  (5x7”)
27. Lone Star  (3 1/2x5”)
28. Morning Star  (8x10”)
29. Morning Star  (2-8x10”)prints)
30. New Falls City  (5x7”)
31. Northern Light  (5x7”)
32. Pittsburgh  (5x7”)
33. President  (8x10”)
34. Providence  (5x7”)
35. Providence  (5x7”)
36. Richmond  (5x7”)
37. Ruth  (5x7”)
38. Samuel Clarke  (5x7”)
39. St. Paul  (4x5” neg)
40. T.J. Robinson  (3 1/2x6”)*
41. T.J. Robinson  (8x10”)
42. Tom Dodsworth  (5x7”)
43. Vicksburg  (5x7”¬)
44. W.J. Quinlan  (8x10”_¬, torn)*
45. W.J. Quinlan  (8x10”)
46. Will. S. Hays  (5x7”)
47. Winona  (8x10”)
48. Lock & Dam No. 15 (8x10”)
 
49. Texaco barge on Miss. R. with Rock Island in background (8x10”)
50. Texaco barge on Miss. R. with Rock Island in background (8x10”)
51. Texaco barge on Miss. R. with Rock Island in background (2-8x10”prints)
52. Unidentified riverboat on Miss. R.,  aerial view from west (2-8x10” prints)
53. Unidentified barge on Miss. R. with Rock Island in background (8x10”)
54. Unidentified barge on Miss. R. with Rock Island in background (8x10”)
55. Unidentified barge with logs on river (8x10)
56. Unidentified barge on river, aerial view (4x5” neg)
57. Unidentified barges on river (8x10”)& 6x7 1/4”prints)
58. Unidentified riverboat at shore (8x10”)
59. Unidentified riverboat on river (2-8x10” prints)
60. 4 riverboats at Davenport levee with city in background (8x10”)
61. 4 prints on one sheet including G.J. Gaffrey, Lydia VanSant, and Silver Water (one 8x10” print)
62. Government Bridge (8x10”)
63. Wabash Bridge (8x10”)
64. 16 images of Delta Queen  at shore at Davenport (color; 10-3 1/2x5” prints,16-35mm negs
 
 

INVENTORY

Beiderbecke Collection, IV
Dates: c. 1895-1925
Scope Notes: The collection contains six images all pertaining to jazz musician Bix Beiderbecke and his Davenport family. All are copy prints and negatives of original material held at the Davenport Public Library.
Material maybe restricted by Copyright Law Title 17 U.S. Code. Contact Davenport Public Library for permission.
 
Folder 1
Inventory, negatives
 
Folder 2
Portrait – Beiderbecke, Bix ca. 1925
Portrait – Beiderbecke, Bix ca. 1900
Group – Identified, Beiderbecke Family ca. 1905
Music – Bands,  Bix’s Rhythm Jugglers ca. 1925
Houses & Households, Herman Beiderbecke Home ca. 1897
Business & Industry– Grocery, Beiderbecke & Miller Wholesale Grocery ca. 1875
 
 

Inventory

Ida Caroline (Susie) Bell Collection 2008-016
Dates: c. 1900 - c. 1940
Scope Notes: Small collection of 5 x 7 glass plate negatives of family members(?) enjoying family activities.
Collection included clothing & jewelry belonging to donor from c. 1900 to c.1940. Mrs. Bell was married to Dr. Leroy Bell, a veterinarian, owner of Bell Animal Hospital, Locust St., Davenport, Iowa. Mrs. Bell worked in his office for many years and also worked for the Area Education Agency. Born in Independence Missouri, she is the daughter of Roy Montgomery, who worked on the Arsenal; the family moved to Davenport when she was in elementary school. Mrs. Bell graduated from Davenport High School (DHS) in 1945.
 
1.  Location ? (outdoors); ? date;  Child in pedal car—side view [2008.016.002]  
2.  Location ? (outdoors); ? date;  Child in pedal car—front view [2008.016.002]
3.  Location ? (outdoors); ? date;  Child in pedal car—side view [2008.016.002]
4.  Location & date (?);  Six portrait images of man (2), woman (2), and couple (2) [2008.016.005].
5.  Location ? (outdoors); ? date;  Man seated on bench [2008.016.004].
6.  Location ? (outdoors); ? date;  Woman in rope swing [2008.016.003].
 
N.B. 2008.016.006: 5 x 7 glass plate negative of Roller Coaster on Credit Island [not found].
 
References & Cross References:
Recreation
Social Life & Customs—Family Activities
 
 

INVENTORY

Bettendorf Axle Company Collection, V
Inclusive Dates: c. 1930
Scope Notes: A small collection of 10 images illustrate production, employees involved in the manufacture of rail car parts in Bettendorf, IA
 
 

INVENTORY

Black Hawk Hiking Club's Big Hike 1975 Collection 2008-1
Date: Summer 1975 
Scope Notes : This collection consists of 13 colored photographs which document the Black Hawk Hiking Club's Big Hike trip to Vermont in 1975. Photographs were taken by Everley Mohlenberg, who gave it to the donor. See accession file for photocopied of entire photo album. 
 
Image Description 
2008.1.2 Hiking group on first day at Conn-Ver Farms. Seated on grass in front of house. 
2008.1.3 Group hiking on path through woods. 
2008.1.4 "Tent City”, woman standing by tent, bus and house in background 
2008.1.5 "Tent City", group of tents in open field 
2008.1.6 Hikers surround bus 
2008.1.7 hiking up path though woods. 
2008.1.8 Two hikers sit on rock in Lye Brook Wilderness 
2008.1.9 Hikers washing dishes 
2008.1.10 Hikers performing clean-up duties 
2008.1.11 Hikes cooking meal 
2008.1.12 Hikers eating meal 
2008.1.13 Unloading bus upon return to Davenport, Everley Mohlenberg on right. 
2008.1.13 Unloading bus upon return to Davenport 
 
 
Subject Cross Reference
Farms & Farming--Misc. [2] 
Parks & Park Recreation--Misc. [2-14] 
Recreation--Camping & "Outings" [2-14] 
Transportation--Buses [7, 13, 14] 
Travel [2-14]
 
 

INVENTORY

Black Hawk Hiking Club 1998-14
Date: 1994
Scope Notes: This collection consists of 6 color negatives taken by donor Eunice Schlichting. The images document a Black Hawk Hiking Club Saturday afternoon hike at Lock and Dam 14, Illinois side, in January or February 1994.
 
Image Description
1998.14.1 Hikers walking on the causeway leading to the dam
1998.14.2-5 Hikers on the bluff overlooking the Mississippi.
1998.14.6 Hikers gathering at their cars
 
Subject Cross Reference
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—MISC.
RECREATION—CAMPING OR "OUTINGS"
 
 

INVENTORY

MICHAEL BLASER COLLECTION 1994-8
Inclusive Dates: 1840-1940; mostly 1900-1940
Scope Notes: 
The collection contains over 750 prints (most with matching negatives), 22 postcards, 105nitrate negatives and 7 glass negatives, which document over 300 riverboats on the Mississippi, Illinois, and Ohio Rivers. The collection also includes a ribbon from the Steamer Morning Star, and 2 booklets of steamboat names, information and lists.
 
The prints with matching negatives (1166) are mostly original images which date mainly from the 1930s. Prints do not exist for the nitrate negatives and negatives 86j, k, 110p, 116, 252 and 305af. Many of the nitrate negatives are copy negatives. However, numbers 203, 205, 223, 228, 248, 263, and 277 portray boats which are not otherwise represented in the Museum’s photograph collection.
 
Negatives (except nitrate) are stored in Box 1. Prints are in Boxes 2  & 3. Ribbon and booklets are in Box3. The nitrate negatives are currently stored in a bin, in the women’s restroom on the dock, pending funds to have copy prints made.
 
Must use credit line: Michael Blaser Collection.
ThiscollectionwaspurchasedbyMichaelBlaserfortheMuseumfromtheB.A.RosebergEstate.RosebergwasJudgeWilliamMainessoninlaw.
 
Subjects Included:
Boats  & Boating—Riverboats—
 
A. I. Baker (1ac)
Abner Gile (2)
Admiral (3)
Alarm (4)
Alexander Mackenzie (5ac)
Alice (6)
Elvira (169a,b)
Amos K. Gordon (7ah,j,l)
Annie Girdon (169a,b)
Aquila (8ac)
Artemus Gates (9,10a,b)
Atlas (8a)
B. Hershey (11)
Bald Eagle (12)
Beder Wood (13,14af, 86j,k, 128df)
Bellevue (199)
Ben Campbell (200)
Betty M. (15)
Big Kanawha (201)
Bixby (16a,b)
Blue Bonnet (17,20c,d)
Blue Wing (18a,b)
Bluff City (202)
Boone (202)
Bostona (204)
Buckeye (19a,b, 169a,b)
C. C. Webber (20ad)
C. W. Howell (21)
Cahaba (22,60a,b)
Canada (23,173)
Canton Meyer (24)
Capitol (25ad, 50a,b, 131b)
Cassville Ferry (26)
Chesapeake (205)
Chicot (27)
Chief Blackhawk (28)
City of Cincinnati (206)
City of Helena (29a,b)
City of Nauvoo (30ad)
City of Pekin (31ad)
Clyde (169a,b)
Coal Bluff (32ac)
Columbia (33a,b)
Crescent (34)
Cyclone (35,305)
Daisy (36)
David Swain (37)
DelCommune (38ac)
Destrehan (39ad)
Dixie (207)
Dolphin (40)
Donna Mae (41ae)
E. C. Ruprecht (42a,b)
E.L.K. (43ac, 47a,b)
E. M. Norton (208)
Ebaugh (209)
Eclipse (44)
Edwin N. Bisso (194)
Elinor (45a,b)
Ellen (46ad, 123c,d)
Elise (43b, 47a.b)
Evergreen (210)
F.C.A. Denkmann (48)
Fleetwood, 1st (211)
Fleetwood, 2nd(212)
Floyd H. Blaske  (49ag)
Fort Armstrong (50a,b)
Frank McHarry (213)
Frank Woods (51)
Franklin D. Roosevelt (52)
Freddie Boy H 1736 (53a,b)
Fury (54af, 161a)
G. F. Maitland (55ac)
G. P. (56)
GeeGee (57)
Gem City, 2nd (214)
Gen. Barnard (58)
General Allen (59,60af)
General Ashburn (61ah,j, k)
General Pershing (215)
Geo. Prince (216)
George Wood (217)
Georgia Kay (43a, 62)
Golden Eagle (63ah, 218)
Golden Era (64a,b)
Grace (65ad, 66,105a)
Grand (271)
Grey Eagle (120)
Grey Gull (67)
Gypsy (198)
Harold Grant (68ad)
Harriet (69ac, 70)
Harry Lee (219)
Hawkeye State (173)
Helena (71)
Henry J. (72)
Henry M. Stanley (210)
Herbert Hoover (73ad)
Hiram Price (169a,b)
Huck Finn (74a,b)
Idler (75,298)
Idlewild (76ad)
Illinois (77a,b)
ILLMO (78a,b)
Imperial (220)
Interstate (79)
Iona Pearl (80a,b)
Iowa (81ad, 82)
Irvin S. Cobb (83a,b)
J. C. Thompson (221)
J. G. Parke (84)
J. J. McViccar (85a,b)
J. N. Harbin (222)
J.P. (86ag,j, k, 161a)
J. P. Gage (223)
J. M. Richtman (224)
J.S. (2nd) (87af)
J.S. Deluxe (87g,h)
J. W. Spencer (225)
J. W. VanSant (226)
Jacob Richtman (227)
James D. Parker (228)
James Fisk, Jr. (229)
James P. Pearson (88ah, 110k)
James W. Good (89af)
Jap (90)
Jas. W. Watson (91)
Jennie Hayes (92)
John Gilbert (230)
John James (93a,b)
John W. Weeks (94af)
Joy Patton (231)
Julia Belle Swain (232)
Kabekona (233)
Kalitan (95ah,j, k)
Karlina (96ad)
Kate Kearney (97,234)
Katie Lyons (98ad)
Kentucky (235)
Keokuk (236)
L. W. Barden (169a,b)
L. W. Crane (169a,b)
Lady Grace (237)
Lake City (41a,b, 99a.b)
Laura H. (100)
LeClaire (101ac, 102,121a, 315)
LeClaire Belle (238)
Leonard (103)
Lieut. Gurney (U.S.) (239)
Lily (U.S.) (104,240)
Lily Turner (241)
Lion, 1st(104,242)
Lone Deer (65a,b, 66,105ah,j, 123a,b)
Lone Star (69c,d, 106ah,j, 243)
Lotus (104)
Lucia (107)
Lucinda Clark (108)
Lydia VanSant (226)
M. W. Kelly (244)
Marie J. (245)
Mark Twain (109ah,jk)
Markatana (95f)
Marquette (110ah,jp)
Mary (246)
Mary B. (111)
Mary Ellen (112a,b)
Mary Lee (113a,b)
Mary McDonarld (114)
Mary Lou (115)
Mastodon (186)
Mayon (116)
Messenger (247)
Midget (248)
Minneapolis (117)
Minnesota (82,121b)
Minnetonka (118ac)
Minnie Schneider (249)
Mississippi (119)
Missouri (77b)
Mollie McPike (120)
Morning Star (250)
Muscatine (121a,b)
Natchez (178181,251,272)
Natrona (122)
Nokomis (252)
North Star (123ae)
Northwestern (124,253)
Oakland (254)
Onward (255)
Ora Lee (256,257)
Orlando (258)
Ottumwa Belle (259)
Park Bluff (125)
Patrick J. Hurley (126ae)
Pauline (127,143,260)
Pearl (128af)
Peoria (261)
PercySwain, 2nd(262)
Pete Kirns (129)
Phil Sheridan (173,264)
Phil. Allin (265)
Phil. Scheckel (266,267)
Phillips (130ac)
Pipe Dream (131ac)
Potomac (268)
President (132ad, 192)
Quincy (133,269,306)
R. J. Wheeler (270)
Rapids (271)
Razoo (134)
Red Wing (135ad)
Reindeer (136)
Roald Amundsen (137ac)
Robert E. Lee (178181,272)
RobertE.Lee, 2nd(273)
RobertE.Lee, 3rd(274,275)
Rock Island (276)
Rosebud (277)
Rowena Lee (278)
Ruth (32ac, 138)
S. S. Thorpe (139af)
Saint Paul (140,307,308)
Sand Boy (135b)
Sargeant Pryor (141)
Satellite (142)
Shumway’s Boats (304ac)
Silver Crescent (143)
St. Croix (169a,b, 279)
St. James (280)
St. Louis Socony (144a,b)
Saturn (281)
Search (U.S.) (282)
Silas Wright (169a,b)
Silver Crescent (283,284)
Silver Moon (285)
Silver Wave (286)
SpreadEagle, 1st(287)
Sun (288)
Taber (145)
Telephone (203,289)
Todd (146a,b)
Tom (147)
Tourist (148)
Twin Cities (149,150a,b)
U. B. Ch. (311)
U.S. Naval Reserve (151ae)
U. S. Office Boat No.20 (152)
Urania (290)
Ursie Boyce (291)
Verana (292)
Verne Swain, 1st(293)
Vigor (294)
Virginia (153ad)
Vixen (U.S.) (295)
Volunteer (154)
Voyageur (155a,b)
W. A. Sheppard (156ad)
W. H. Osborn (296)
W .J. Quinlan (157ae)
W. J. Young, Jr. (158)
W. P. Thompson (205)
Wabash (297)
Wakerobin (159af)
Wanderer (75,86g, 160a,b, 298)
Wave (43b, 88g, 161ac)
West Rambo (299)
William T. Warner (162a,b)
Winnebago (163a,b)
Wm. J. Lewis (300)
Wright (164)
Wynoka (165a,b)
Wyoming (301)
X675 (166)
Zalus Davis (302)
Zanetta (303)
 
Boats & Boating--Barges (1ac, 5ac, 9, 13, 14b, e, f, 15, 20a, b, 31bd, 39d, 45a, b, 46dh, 49ac,h, 54d,e, 60af, 61ah, 71,77b, 81a,b, 83a,b, 85a,b, 86cf, 88b,eg, 89df, 93a,b, 94ac, 95ac,fh, j, k, 96ad, 109ek, 110hj, 123c,d, 126ac, 128a,b, 147, 150a,b, 156ac, 182, 252)
Boats & Boating--Boat Houses (43ac, 47a,b, 54ac)
Boats & Boating--Disasters (210, 269, 274a)
Boats & Boating--Ferries (24, 26, 30ad, 78a,b, 80a,b, 99a,b, 148, 157ae, 166, 176l, 194, 223, 225)
Boats & Boating--Misc. (52)
Boats & Boating--Passengers (2, 87ef, 142, 242, 260, 310, 311)
Boats & Boating--Racing (178181)
Boats & Boating--Rafting (136, 169a, b, 172, 176f, 198, 226, 229, 242, 266, 270a,b, 305, 309,)
Boats & Boating--Recreational & Pleasure (43a, 62, 76e, 95ac,f, 104, 123ae, 131ac, 134, 135a, 149, 163a,b, 192, 227, 259, 298)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats Interiors (87e,f)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats Misc. (52, 168, 175, 176ah,j,k, 183, 187, 188, 190, 191, 195, 309, 310, 311, 313, 314)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats Interiors (87e,f)
Boats & Boating--Shorelines (3, 7ae, 12, 14a, 17, 25a,b, 31a, 32ac, 33a,b, 43c, 46cd, 49h, 53a,b, 54f, 55ac, 61eh, 63d,e, 65a,b, 67, 68a,b, 69a, 73ce, 76ad, 86cd, 87ad, 89a,b, 99a,b, 100, 105b,h, 106ae, 108, 109a,b, 110n, 121b, 131a, 141, 144a,b, 146a,b, 151bc,e, 153a,b, 162a,b, 163a,b, 165a,b, 168169a,b, 173,184, 189,193, 214,311)
Bridges--Centennial (132d)
Bridges--ThirdGovernment (144a, b)
Bridges--Misc. (167, 170, 182, 185, 190, 215)
Business & Industry--Boats (54ac)
Business & Industry--Coal (1ac, 5ac, 45a,b, 46e,f, 157c)
Business & Industry--Dry Goods (157a)
Business & Industry--Fish (311)
Dams (14cd, 67, 86cd, 106gh, 139a,b, 144a,b, 170, 196)
Farms & Farming--Crops--Field (258)
Hotel, Motel, Restaurant & Tavern--Restaurant (131a)
Military & War--Misc. (151be)
Politics (313)
Railroads--Cars--Exterior (94ac)
Railroads--Misc. (186, 286)
Rivers & Creeks--Mississippi (171, 174)
Social Life & Customs--Clothing--1850-1919 (259)
Transportation--Automobiles (46c, 76ad, 87bd, 123a,b, 132ad)
Transportation--Misc. (276)
Transportation--Wagons & Buggies (265, 284)
Travel (197)
Cities--Davenport--Birds’ Eye & Aerial Views (56, 86cd, 196)
Cities--Clinton (168)
Cities--Misc. (177)
 
 

INVENTORY

Lloyd Border Collection 2008-2
Date: 1954
Scope Notes: This collection contains 5 photos (with negatives for 2 of them) that show Lloyd Border  while serving in Austria and Germany. Collection documents coat (2008.2.10)
 
Image Description
2008.2.2 Lloyd Border in uniform with a tent in woods in Austria (wearing 2008.2.1) 
2008.2.3 Lloyd Border in uniform sitting on bunk in Salzburg, Austria
2008.2.4 Lloyd Border in uniform holding camera in empty field
2008.2.5 Lloyd Border in uniform in Berchtesgaden, Germany
2008.2.5 Lloyd Border in uniform in Berchtesgaden, Germany
 
Subject Cross Reference
Arts—Fine—Photography
Military & War—Misc.
Portrait—Border, Lloyd
 
 

INVENTORY

Brown Collection, VI
Inclusive Dates: c. 1860-1870
Scope Notes: This collection consists of 1 leather-bound album containing 47 photographs, primarily portraits, which were collected by Mrs. Emily Brown.
 
Folder 1
Inventory, copy neg (1)
 
Folder 2
Front Piece  U.S. Mail Horse Cart
1 Mr. Ira Brown, Mrs. Ira Brown
2 Mrs. Charles Leslie, Jennie Brown (daughter of Ira)
3 Julius Brown (son of Ira), Mr. Frank Brown (son of Ira)
4 Unidentified Woman
5 Mrs. Jno Iles, Sr, John Iles (son of Mrs. Jno Iles)
6 W.P. Egbert (Davenport photographer), Mrs. W.P. Egbert
7 Miss Egbert, Baby Egbert (daughters of W.P. Egbert)
8 Unidentified woman, unidentified woman
9 Unidentified man, unidentified woman
10 Jennie Brown, Unidentified woman
11 Unidentified woman, unidentified man
12 Unidentified boy, Polly Kibbard (Milliner in JHC Petersen Store)
13 Unidentified woman, unidentified man
14 Unidentified Man, Sam’l G.A.?
15 Unidentified man
16 J.B. Johnson?
17 Composite photo of 6 unidentified men, unidentified man
18 Unidentified man
19 Unidentified man, unidentified boy
20 Miss Henrietta Humphry [Humphrey?] (daughter of Jno. J. Humphrey)
21 Unidentified man, unidentified woman
22 Unidentified man, Mr. Ashton
23 Unidentified man, Anna V. Evans
24 Alice Oliver, unidentified boy
25 Mrs. Steinhauber?, Mrs. Kirchers, unidentified girl
26 Unidentified child, unidentified child
 

INVENTORY

John Brown Collection L
Inclusive dates: c. 1858-1859
SCOPE NOTES: The collection includes two scrapbooks containing 27 photographs and 3 additional loose photographs pertaining to John Brown and his friends during Brown's time near Springdale, Iowa, in 1858-1859. The two scrapbooks also contain a good deal of written and printed information about Brown and his followers.
 
Folder 1
Inventory, copy negs
 
Folder 2
Loose prints (3)
 
Scrapbook 1
Deals primarily with Springdale, Iowa, resident William Maxson and his relationship with John Brown. The scrapbook was apparently compiled by Ruth Irish Preston and donated to the Davenport Academy of Sciences (now the Putnam Museum) by her in 1915.
 
Inventory of photographs in Scrapbook Album 1
William Maxson [portrait] (p2)
John Brown [portrait] (p5)
Mr. & Mrs. William Maxson [portrait] (p10)
"Home of John Brown and his men during the winter of 58 & 59 near Springdale Iowa" [William Maxson home] (p11)
William Maxson [2 portraits] (p12)
Mrs. William Maxson [portrait] (p12)
13 photos taken by Miss Ella E. Preston of Davenport in 1915 including:
"John Brown's old home at Springdale" [on William Maxson farm] (p51, #1)
"South Front Door - Old Gravel House" (p51, #2)
Stairway in house (p51, #3)
"H.K. Maxson son of Wm Maxson at south front door - Gravel House" (p51, #4)
Mantle shelf over fireplace in house (p51, #5)
"The yard and new house on Wm Maxson farm" (p53, #1)
"The yard just west of Gravel House" (p53, #2)
Mr. H.K. Maxson in front of his brother's home in Springdale, Iowa (p53, #3)
"The Schoolhouse" (p53, #4)
"John H. Painter farm" (p53, #5)
"'Travellers' Rest,' West Branch, Iowa" (p55, #1)
Joseph Albin [portrait] (p55, #2)
Stagecoach at the 1910 reunion of "John Brown's Friends" (p55, #3)
The John Brown cannon (p65)
The John Brown carriage (p69)
 
Scrapbook 2
Deals primarily with Springdale, Iowa, residents Edwin and Barclay Coppock and their relationship with John Brown. Both men were with Brown during his raid on Harper's Ferry. Edwin was captured with Brown and hanged; his brother escaped. The scrapbook was compiled by Civil War veteran W.W. Hathaway and Ruth Irish Preston arranged the donation of the volume to the Davenport Academy of Sciences in 1915.
 
Inventory of photographs in Scrapbook Album 2
Edwin Coppock [portrait] (p17)
Edwin Coppock's temporary coffin (p19)
Edwin Coppock's gravestone [hand-colored] (p22)
Certificate nominating Edwin Coppock as a lieutenant in John Brown's army p25)
Barclay Coppock [portrait] (p27)
 
Subject Headings Represented
CEMETERIES & HEADSTONES--IDENTIFIED [Edwin Coppock]
DOCUMENTS & LETTERS
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--RURAL--EXTERIOR--IDENTIFIED
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--RURAL--INTERIOR--IDENTIFIED
MILITARY & WAR--MISC.
SOCIAL PROTEST--ABOLITION OF SLAVERY
TRANSPORTATION--WAGONS & BUGGIES
 
Portraits Represented
Albin, Joseph (Album 1, p55, #2)
Brown, John (Album 1, p5)
Coppock, Barclay (Album 2, p27)
Coppock, Edwin (Album 2, p17)
Maxson, H.K. (Album 1, p51, #4 and p53, #3)
Maxson, William (Album 1, pp 2, 10, 12)
Maxson, Mrs. William (Album 1, pp 10, 12)
 
 

INVENTORY

Buddy L Collection 1994-61
Inclusive dates: c. 1915-1983
SCOPE NOTES: This collection includes photographs and archival materials related to the Moline Pressed Steel Co., East Moline, Illinois (maker of Buddy "L" Toys) and the Lundahl family (especially Arthur Brown "Bud" Lundahl, the original Buddy "L", and his father, Fred Lundahl, the founder of Moline Pressed Steel Co.).  Associated archival materials are stored with the manuscript collections (Buddy "L" MSS 1994-61).  The accession also includes a large collection of Buddy "L" toys which are stored with the other three-dimensional artifacts.
 
Folder 1
Inventory, negatives
 
Folder 2
Early photographs of "Bud" Lundahl with toys (images #79-86)
 
Folder 3
Photographs of the Moline Pressed Steel Co., East Moline, Illinois, c. 1910-1933 (images #88-103)
 
Folder 4
Misc. Buddy "L" publicity photographs, etc., c. 1922-1980s (images #104-125)
 
Folder 5
Portraits of Albert W. McCollough and photos of Buddy "L" Quality Toys exhibit at the Putnam Museum, June-Oct. 1983 (images #126-166)
 
Folder 6
Photographs of the Thomas Sefton toy collection and misc. toy images (images #167-200)
 
Additional Images Stored Separately
Publicity stand-up photo of "Bud" Lundahl (image #125, stored with three-dimensional collections)
Framed photograph of Buddy "L" Monocoupe toy given to Thomas Sefton by Dorothy Lundahl (image #201, stored with framed works)
 
 
PORTRAITS REPRESENTED:
Lundahl, A[rthur] B[rown] "Bud" (#82a,b, 114, 115, 117, 118, 181, 182)
Lundahl, Dorothy S. (#130)
Lundahl, Fred A. (#84, 115)
McCollough, Albert W. (#126-128, 131-134)
Sefton, Thomas (#181, 182)
Smith, Michael J. (#130)
 
 
SUBJECTS REPRESENTED:
 
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--ADVERTISEMENTS (#103, 110, 113, 114, 116)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--AUTOMOBILES (#88-93)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CONSTRUCTION (#101, 102)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--EMPLOYEES (#87, 88, 95)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FOUNDRY (#88-93, 96)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--TOYS (#79-87, 94-115)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS--PUTNAM MUSEUM (#130-166)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--EXTERIOR--IDENTIFIED  (#82A,B)
NATURE--MISC. [SNOW] (#99, 114)
RAILROADS--CARS--EXTERIORS (#99)
RAILROADS--PLATFORM ACTIVITIES (#99)
RAILROADS--TRACKS, SIDING, SHOPS, YARDS, SIGNALS (#96-98, 100)
RECREATION--CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES (#79-82, 85, 86, 103-124, 126-129, 131-201)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--FRIENDSHIP (#86)
TRANSPORTATION--AUTOMOBILE (#84, 97-99)
TRANSPORTATION--TRUCKS (#116)
 
 

INVENTORY

BUILDERS SAND AND GRAVEL CO. COLLECTION  1982-67
Inclusive Dates: 1880s, 1934
Scope Notes: This collections of 9 photographs is related to the Builders Sand and Gravel manuscript collection.  They include images related to the company’s history.
 
Subjects Included:
Boats & Boating--Barges (7)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats (1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats--Lone Star (2 a&b)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats--Mark Twain (8)
Boats & Boating--Shorelines (2 a&b, 8)
Business & Industry--Construction (3, 4, 5, 6)
Railroads--Tracks, Sidings, Shops, Yards, Signals (7, 8)
Rivers & Creeks--Mississippi (3, 4, 5, 6)
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