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Items with subject 'Photography'

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1932 Federalsburg High School Photograph

by Unknown (1932)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

This collection contains one 1932 photograph of the classes at the Federalsburg High School.

Associated Subjects: Photography
Identifier: 2006.409
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

1933 Flood of Main Street Photograph Collection

by Unknown (1933)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

This collection contains multiple black and white photographs taken during and after the 1933 flood in Salisbury. The photographs focus primarily on Main Street. Judging by the age of the cars and type of damage within the photographs it is likely these are pictures of the 1933 Hurricane. Also within the collection is a photograph of "Miss Sallie Coulbourne," an Oakland Teacher in 1918, who would have been a nurse involved in the 1933 flood.

Associated Subjects: Photography
Identifier: 2007.062
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

25th Anniversary Scrapbook

by Unknown (1950 – 1951)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

The Maryland State Normal School at Salisbury opened in September 1925 as a two-year college to train elementary teachers on the state’s Eastern Shore. In 1950, the school celebrated its 25th (silver) anniversary and dedicated its first new building (the men’s dormitory, now Wicomico Hall) since the construction of the administrative building (now Holloway Hall). This loose scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photographs by Donald Turner, and programs related to the events surrounding the 25th anniversary of State Teachers College at Salisbury (now Salisbury University). Oversize newspaper issues and clippings remain folded.

Associated Subjects: Photography • Scrapbooks
Identifier: SUA-039
Repository: University Archives
Attachment: No attachment

3353rd Quartermaster Truck Company Photograph

by Kisner, Kyle (1945)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

The 3353rd Quartermaster Truck Company photograph was taken on June 20, 1945 in Ulm, Germany. The company is standing in front of a building that was used by the Hitler Youth but had been repurposed as the maintenance building for the 3353rd. On the back of the photo, the last names of the soldiers are documented.

Identifier: SC2021.026
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

African American Family Postcard

by Unknown (circa 1910)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

This photographic postcard depicts an unidentified African American family outside of a building.

Associated Subjects: Photography • Postcards • African American History
Identifier: SC2016.117
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

African American Man Postcard

by Unknown (circa 1910s)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

This photographic postcard depicts a seated African American man wearing a suit.

Associated Subjects: Photography • Postcards • African American History
Identifier: SC2016.119
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

African American Portrait Postcards

by Unknown (circa 1910s)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

These photographic postcards depict African American people individually and in groups. One postcard featuring a man in a suit was taken in Chicago, Illinois.

Associated Subjects: Photography • Postcards • African American History
Identifier: SC2016.118
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

Albert L Disharoon Collection

by Chevallier, George (1889 – 1972)

1 folder (0.01 linear feet)

The Albert L Disharoon Collection contains a typed history of Albert L. Disharoon. His grandson, George Chevallier, wrote about Disharoon's life from his birth in 1889 until his death in 1972. Disharoon lived in Salisbury his whole life. There are also two photocopied photographs of Disharoon and his wife.

Associated Subjects: Photography
Identifier: 2009.099
Repository: Local History Archives
Attachment: No attachment

Alumni collection

by Salisbury University Alumni AssociationSalisbury University Office of Alumni Relations (1926 – 2005)

5 boxes (4.25 linear feet)

The Salisbury University Alumni Association was founded to “develop and foster an abiding loyalty to Salisbury University; promote a professional and ethical spirit; encourage active participation in all activities that pertain to the betterment and growth of the University; unite graduates and undergraduates in Salisbury University; and take such other actions as may be deemed appropriate to promote the interests and welfare of Salisbury University.” (From the Salisbury University Alumni Association website.) The association achieves their mission by hosting events throughout the country to unite alumni, hosting reunions, and distributing newsletters. The association encourages its members to send notices of nuptials, births, and other lifetime achievements for publishing in the association’s newsletter. The Alumni Collection contains proposed constitutions, Alumni Association history, membership and reunion directories, invitations to reunions and other alumni events, wedding and birth announcements, postcards, ephemera, newspaper clippings, newsletters from 1950 to 2005, and a medal commemorating the completion of the Alumni House in 1996. Documents surrounding the Alumni Association’s induction ceremonies from 1931 to 1951 are present.

Associated Subjects: Newsletters • Photography • Postcards • Universities and Colleges
Identifier: SUA-054
Repository: University Archives
Attachment: No attachment
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Alvin and Dorothy Piegols Papers

by Piegols, AlvinPiegols, Dorothy (1939 – 1947)

2 boxes,  2 oversize folders (0.75 linear feet)

The Alvin and Dorothy Piegols papers document the experiences of Alvin Piegols as he served in the Army during World War II and of his fiancée, Dorothy Cannon, who was studying to be a nurse at the University of Michigan School of Nursing. The materials date between 1939 and 1947. Items in the collection include "the Scalpel" yearbook, correspondence between Dorothy and Alvin, newspapers, photographs from Alvin's tour in Europe, postcards of German towns, programs and pamphlets, publications about Alvin's battalion, the Thunderbolts, and artifacts such as Alvin's military patches, German pins, a Nazi flag, and a wooden crucifix.

Identifier: SC2021.005
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

American Red Cross Hospital Photograph Album (Evreux, France)

by Fitch, Ralph RoswellHine, Lewis (1918)

1 box (0.5 linear feet)

This photograph album belonged to an American medical officer who worked in the American Red Cross Hospital in Evreux, France. There are 289 photographs of wounded American, French, British, and German soldiers. Photographs show the wards and operating rooms, hospital staff, patients, prosthetics, Fourth of July celebrations featuring Uncle Sam, basket weaving and woodworking, a funeral, scenery around the city, and other activities of the hospital in 1918. Some of the photographs were taken by Lewis Hine. Many of the photographs feature Major Ralph Roswell Fitch, who was the hospital's administrator at the time and likely the creator of this album.

Identifier: SC2016.129a
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

American Southwest Hunting Trip Photograph Album

by Unknown (circa 1890s)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

This photograph album captures the hunting trip of five men in the American Southwest, circa 1890s. Although it is unclear who the album's creator was, the men are identified in one photograph: Bowles, Thompson, C. Garrison, M. Garrison, and W.E. Chapin. The album consists of 24 photographs, which depict the men eating and drinking by their camp, visiting towns, on their horses, and preparing for hunts.

Associated Subjects: Photography • Country Life
Identifier: SC2016.038
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment