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Black-and-white photography

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 218 Collections and/or Records:

Stan Obert Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: D049
Abstract

Stan Obert is a part-time professional photographer who resides in Lakewood, Colorado. Obert has over 23 years of experience (both transparency film and digital), and his interests in the outdoors and the world of dance, theater, and music are represented in his photographs. The collection consists of images of dance, primarily in Colorado.

Dates: 1990-2019

Stewart T. Ginsberg of Marian, Indiana, c.1950

 File
Identifier: B005.07.0238.0099
Abstract

One (1) 3x3 black and white photograph Stewart T. Ginsberg of Marian, Indiana.

Dates: c.1950

Terril C Drinkwater with Phil Houtz , c.1950s

 File
Identifier: B005.07.0238.0049
Abstract

One (1) 8x10 black and white photograph Terril C Drinkwater, Denver aeronautical law attourney, with Phil Houtz and unidentified man.

Dates: c.1950s

The Moores, Weimmers, Dalgens, c.1950s

 File
Identifier: B005.07.0238.0046
Abstract

One (1) 8x10 black and white photograph of the Moores, Weimmers, Dalgens of Toledo, Ohio visiting National Jewish Hospital with Phil Houtz.

Dates: c.1950s

Thomas J. Slaga, 1997-2000

 File
Identifier: B360.03.0032.0018
Abstract

Fourteen photographs of Dr. Thomas J. Slaga, six in color and the rest black and white. Some photos are portrait style and the others are of Dr. Slaga and collegues working in a laboratory.

Dates: 1997-2000

Wacknov Family Papers and Art

 Collection
Identifier: B449
Abstract

This collection contains one (1) enlarged, framed painted photograph of the Wacknov family in 1912 (enlarged and painted in 1920), an information sheet about the photograph, and a genealogical history of the Wacknov family.

Dates: Modified: 1920; 1996; c. 1912

Zelda Grabarsky Perlmutter and Ruevan Wolfe Perlmutter, c. 1930

 Item
Identifier: B347.01.00003
Abstract

This is a picture of Zelda Grabarsky Perlmutter (L) with her husband, Rueben Grabarsky (R).

Dates: c. 1930