Found in 170 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph is a portrait of Emil Loeb later in life. The photograph itself is very small, and framed in a lightweight metal frame. On the back there is an identification label that has not been filled out, as well as "Positive Paper and Chemical CO., Inc. 30 Clifton St., Newark, N. J."
Framed drawing of Esther Wasserman by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is black and white with red and orange highlights in her hair. Esther Wasserman is turned slightly to the left and looking towards the viewer.
Several miscellaneous photographs from events in the 1990s and a few head shots from 2009.
This is a framed photograph of a child. The frame is thick and gold. The back of the frame has a sticker that reads "Jakob Koenig Kunsthandlung [art treatment] Einrahmungs-Geschaeft [created entirely in] Darmstadt Elisabethenstr.30 [Elisabethen Street 30]". The picture itself is in black and white, and shows a young child, probably Ernest Loeb, making the picture from the mid to late 1920s.
This is a framed picture of a young boy. The frame itself is small and black, with scratches and scuff marks. There is something illegible written in pencil on the front of the picture. The picture itself shows a young boy, possibly Frank Loeb, in a decorative outfit sitting on a chair and posing for the picture.
File contains a large framed black and white photograph of a portrait of a woman.
General-lieutenant Zhavoronkov sitting at a desk, map on wall behind him, two phones behind him. Small airplane model in foreground on right.