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Tintypes (Prints)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Photographs produced by the wet collodion process directly on lacquered metal, usually iron. See also the Topical heading: Tintype (Process) -- A variant of the wet collodion process producing a direct positive image on a thin sheet of lacquered metal (usually iron, never tin).

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Portraits, circa 1885

Identifier: B383.01

Series contains one tintype and one drawing; both of Samuel Weil. Weil was the Rabbi at Temple Emanuel in Denver from 1876-1877.

Dates: circa 1885

Rabbi Samuel Weil Portraits

Identifier: B383
Abstract Samuel Weil served as the rabbi of Congregation Emanuel in Denver, Colorado, in 1876-1877. He was only appointed under a 1 year contract and was granted a 6 month extension in March 1877. However, he was relieved of his duties due to "inadequacies" and remarks he made on June 1st which the board did not "countenance." The Weil family left Denver in December of 1877 after it was learned that the Rabbi had written to a Reverend in the Presbyterian Church proclaiming his belief in Jesus...
Dates: Other: circa 1885

Rabbi Weil Tintype, circa 1885

Identifier: B383.01.0001.00001
Scope and Contents

Round tintype of man (Samuel Weil) with white beard and dark hair and mustasche. He is wearing a light colored shirt and and dark suit jacket. The portrait includes his head and shoulders; he is looking off to his right.

Dates: circa 1885

Unidentified Portraits, 1861-1910

Identifier: B002.04.0360.0004
Scope and Contents

A portrait of a man and a portrait of a woman encased in glass and a tin-type in a case of a Confederate soldier.

Dates: 1861-1910