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    • Tiberius, front view.

    • Roman (ancient Italian style); Imperial (Roman); Julio-Claudian
    • "[…] this portrait probably came from the forum's Augusteum (a shrine dedicated to the imperial family). […] In this portrait, the hair is combed forward, with short bangs over the forehead, formed by straight and regularly laid locks that open in...
    • Car Crash.

    • Pop (fine arts styles); Modern (styles and periods); Modernist
    • "In a darkened room, Dine, acting the part of 'car' in a silver-sprayed cap and raincoat, swerved to avoid 'hits' from the raking 'headlights' attached to fellow performers. The lights went on and off amid clatterings and amplified collision...
    • Mrs. Potter's house at Manchester.

    • Lodging houses; Wooden buildings; Cityscape photographs
    • A boarding home in the town square at Manchester owned by Robert G. Potter and Nancy Catherine "Kate" Gilbert Potter. Robert Potter died in 1896. Visitors to Oneida Baptist Institute passed through Manchester on their way from the London train...
    • Handicapped student.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Students; Boys; People with disabilities
    • A male student with a wooden crutch in his left hand. It is probably Hugh Mobley, a crippled student whose family sold everything and moved to Oneida because they feared their son would not be able to make a living without an education. Mr....
    • C.C. Slider towboat, 1928.

    • Tugboats; Boat & ship industry
    • A man is standing on a platform inside what appears to be the engine room of the C.C. Slider towboat. Owned by E. T. Slider, Inc. this boat was built in Midland, Pennsylvania by Midland Barge Company 1928. The engines were built by Marietta...
    • C.C. Slider towboat, 1928.

    • Tugboats; Boat & ship industry; Men
    • A man smoking a pipe stands in the engine room of the C.C. Slider. Owned by E. T. Slider, Inc. this boat was built in Midland, Pennsylvania by Midland Barge Company 1928. The engines were built by Marietta Manufacturing Company. The officers and...
    • Will S. Pryor.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • A native of Henry County, Kentucky, William S. Pryor was born near New Castle in 1824. He was admitted to the bar in 1844 and practiced in New Castle until he was elected circuit court judge in 1866. In 1871, he was appointed to a vacancy on the...
    • McMurrey's baby.

    • Infants; Log cabins
    • A small child, probably Mary McMurray, who died of leukemia shortly after this picture was taken, stands in a wagon or wooden box. A log cabin home is in the background. The baby's father, H. L. McMurray was a Baptist preacher and co-founder of...
    • Evangeline (Smith) Furnas.

    • Women; Cabinet photographs; Portraits; Portrait photographs
    • A woman identified as Evangeline Furnas (Smith) poses for a photograph. Handwritten on verso: Evangeline (Smith) Furnas just before she died, age 28. Wife of Walton C. Furnas and mother of Vincent E. Furnas and Alice Lucile Furnas McDowell.
    • Julian Eltinge.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actors; Men; Costumes; Posing; Cross dressing
    • Actor and female impersonator Julian Eltinge was born William Dalton in Newtonville, Massachusetts on May 14, 1883 and died in New York City on March 7, 1941. Eltinge performed at Macauley's Theatre in George M. Cohan and Sam H. Harris Minstrels...
    • Margaret Dale.

    • Portraits; Portrait photographs; Actresses; Women
    • Actress Margaret Dale was born March 6, 1876 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and died March 23, 1972, in New York City. In this portrait of her as a young woman, she wears what appears to be a wedding dress, and clasps a bouquet of flowers. Her...
    • A. E. Richards.

    • Lawyers; Judges; Portraits
    • Adolphus E. Richards was born in Virginia in 1844. His education was interrupted by the Civil War, he served in the Confederate Army, where he rose to the rank of major before his twenty-first birthday. At the war's end, he returned to school,...

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