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Inventory


Nelson Collection 2003-33

Dates 1961-1969

Scope Notes

This collection contains 7 copy negatives of Easter Hat Parade contests at Johnson Elementary School, Davenport, Iowa. Donor Doris Nelson’s daughters Terri and Vicki participated in the contest. Girls decorated hats and then they were judged. Mrs. Nelson said that in later years, parent assistance and competitive nature of the contest increased.

Mel Misfeldt was photographer for original photographs. 4 x 5 copy negatives made 2003 by Boyd-Fitzgerald. Donor retained original images. No copyright restrictions.

Image Description

2003.33.1        Terri Nelson, 1st in front row on left/Kindergarten participants, 1961; girls wearing signs with their names

2003.33.2        1st grade participants, Vicki Nelson top row, second from left, 1964

2003.33.3        3rd Grade Entrants, Terri Nelson , top row on the right, 1964

2003.33.4        Winners, 1965, Terri Nelson—first place winner – 4th grade; Vicki Nelson—first place winner – 2nd grade

2003.33.5        5th grade participants, Terri Nelson, 1st roe, left, 1966

2003.33.6        1st place winners, 1968, Vicki Nelson 1st place winner – 5th grade

2003.33.7        6th grade entrants, 1969, Vicki Nelson

Subject Headings

Groups—Identified (1-7)

Holidays & Celebrations—Misc. (1-7)

Schools & Educations—elementary—Misc. (1-7)

Social Life & Customs—Misc. (1-7)

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Inventory


Nelson Collection 1986-67

Dates: ca. 1917


Scope Notes


This small collection consists of 11 black & white images of World War I camp scenes. The location is not known. The collection is undocumented. 

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Inventory 

Nichols Collection, 1990-29

Inclusive dates: c. 1930-1964

Scope Notes

The collection is comprised of 22 images (22 prints & 1 copy neg) related to employees and manufacturing at Nichols Wire & Aluminum Co., Davenport. 14 of the images were taken by Richard K. Sunderbruch. 4 of the images are group portraits of employees, the remainder are of barbed wire, chain link, nail, and other metal production machinery. One print is oversized.

Folder 1

Inventory, copy neg

Folder 2

Prints (21)

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Inventory


Night People Collection 1992-1

Inclusive dates: December 27, 1991

Scope Notes

This collection contains 20 images of the Night People (a Quad City rock band from the 1960s) at a reunion concert held at the Col Ballroom, Davenport. Band members include Rob Dahms, Mike Stroehle, Rick Collignon, Kenny White, and Gary Pearsons. The photographs were taken by Mike Schwenker of the Putnam Museum in conjunction with a music exhibit funded by a Historic Resource Development Program grant (see also HRDP Music Collection, 1991-228).

Folder 1
 

Inventory, nine 4×5” color negs, eleven 35mm b&w negs

Folder 2
 

Nine 4×5” color prints, eleven 35mm b&w contact prints
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Inventory


Nutting Collection, XXII

Inclusive dates: c. 1860s-1905


Scope Notes


This collection contains 293 photographs in one leather-bound photograph album (#1) and one scrapbook (#2). Tintypes, cartes-de-visite, and cabinet cards are represented in the portraits found in album 1. The amateur photography found in Album 2 includes cyanotypes as well as albumen paper prints.

Folder 1
 

Inventory, notes


Album 1
 

Portraits (98 photographs). See alphabetical listing p. 2, Nutting Inventory


Album 2
 

Various subjects (195 photographs) including: travel to Connecticut; Massachusetts; Rhode Island; Wisconsin; Washington, D.C.; and Virginia. Some local scenes are included especially pertaining to the Nutting household.

Album 1 Portraits


Banet, (Miss) ? 36

Boshart, Fred 29

Boshart, Grandma 28

Burch, Nettie 11

Burchman, (Mr.) ? 11

Burchman, (Mrs.) ? 11

Castle, Bessie (Mrs. Jno Littigg) 7

Clark, George 19

Clark, (Mrs.) George 19

Clark, Jason 19

Clark, Julia 19

Culivan, Maggie 27

Dodge, (Dr.) ? 9

Dodge, (Mrs.) ? 9

Easton, (Mrs.) John ? 9

Ebblie, (Mrs.) ? 26

Grant, (Dr.) W.W. 12

Grant, Whit 7

Grant, (Mrs. Judge) ? 7, 14

Guyon?, (Mr.) 21

Harison [Harrison?], (Mrs.) ? 8

Hosford, Caroline 39

Hosford, Grant 32

Hosford, Will 4, 18, 22

Hosford, (Dr.) ? 22, 24, 33, 39

Hosford, (Mrs. Dr.) ? 4, 22, 24

Hosford, Grandma ? 37

Johnson, Maggie 20

Kellog, (Mr.) ? 30

Kellog, (Mrs.) ? 31

Lane, (Mrs.) ? 20

Leonard, Bessie 33

Leonard, (Mrs.) ? 7

Lyon, ? 3

Nutting, Daniel 11

Nutting, Grant H. 5, 9, 18, 39

Nutting, (Mrs. Col.) Ida Hosford 5, 18, 33, 34

Nutting (Col.) James 5, 34

Nutting, Ralph 10, 13

Nutting, (Uncle) Will 36, 41

Nutting, (Mrs.) ? 17

Price, Will 16, 21

Price, (Mrs.) ? 36

Richardson, Bird 6

Richardson, Jennie 6

Root, (Mrs.) ? 15

Suits, Benjamin 35

Suits, (Mrs.) Benjamin 34

Suits, (Aunt) Dolly 35

Suits, (Mrs.) S. 38

Suits, Sanford 38

Suits, (Aunt) ? 35

Suits, Grandma 37, 38

Suits, Grandpa 37

Suits, (Mrs.) ? 35

Summers, Sophy 27

Treadwell, (Mr.) ? 40

Treadwell, (Mrs.) ? 40

Vandenberg, John 23

Vandenberg, (Mrs.) John 23

Van Ette, (Mrs.) ? 24

Willus, (Mrs.) More? 27

Wilson, Caroline 40

Wilson, Justus 40 

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