(4,917 drawings.) Date:1783 - 1865 Drawings (Master) Finished works and sketches or preparatory drawings for printmaking by artists of many nationalities.
Includes several dozen drawings from the 15th to 18th centuries, as well as drawings by James Mc Neill Whistler and many by Joseph Pennell. Includes negatives the FSA/OWI did not print, many of which lack identifying information.
(Over 23,000 negatives, transperencies and photographic prints.) Date:1898 - 1946 Miscellaneous Items in High Demand Most are items for which copy photography has been requested.
(About 79,400 prints, photographs, and drawings cataloged since 1989--successor to Biographical and Subject card indexes; records being added.) Date:1500 - 1980 National Child Labor Committee Collection Photographs, primarily by Lewis Hine, focusing on children, showing workers, working and living conditions, and educational settings.
(More than 350 cartoons; selection from full collection of more than 14,300 original drawings; records being added.) Date:1929 - 2001 Cartoon Drawings: Swann Collection of Caricature and Cartoon Cartoons, caricatures, and illustrations by various artists.
(Note: Some original items are undergoing conservation and are unavailable for viewing.) (About 2,000 drawings.) Date:1780 - 1975 Cartoon Prints, British British political and satirical prints highlighting aspects of British political life, including tensions with its colonies and other nations, as well as society, fashion, manners, and theater.
(About 1,600 color transparencies.) Date:1939 - 1944 Fine Prints Relief, intaglio, and planographic prints, and other print media by artists and printmakers from the U.
S., Europe, Africa, Canada, Latin America, Australia, and Asia.
(About 1,600 photographs (selection from full collection).) Date:1860 - 1934 Cartoon Drawings: Herblock Collection A representative sample of original drawings by Herbert L.
Block ("Herblock"), an editorial cartoonist who worked primarily at the Washington Post.
C.-based firm, showing people, events, architecture in Washington, D. C., and throughout the United States, as well as political figures, and people in the U. (2,500 negatives and transparencies; about 500 catalog records; records being added.) Date:1980 - 2009 Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record/Historic American Landscapes Survey Measured drawings, photographs, and written historical and architectural information for structures and sites dating from the 17th-20th centuries in the U. Consists primarily of photos in the Johnston collection for which copy photos have been produced. (About 2,500 drawings.) Date:1869 - 1990 Lawrence & Houseworth Collection Stereographic halves from the series published as Gems of California Scenery showing major settlements, boom towns, placer and hydraulic mining operations, shipping and transportation routes, and scenic sites in northern California and western Nevada.
(About 1,700 photographs; selection from full collection; records being added.) Date:1850 - 1949 Lamb Studios Archive Preparatory and study sketches for stained glass windows, murals, mosaics, furnishings, metalwork, and interior architecture designed by J. (About 900 photographic prints.) Date:1862 - 1867 Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs Close to 700 ambrotype and tintype photographs highlight both Union and Confederate soldiers during the American Civil War.
Abdul Hamid II Collection Photographic survey of the Ottoman Empire, showing educational, military, and other government facilities as well as historic sites. Handy studios; chiefly portraits of presidents, members of Congress, military and naval officers, justices of the Supreme Court, actors, artists, religious leaders, and other notables. (About 1,100 slides.) Date:1987 - 2000 Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South Noted architectural photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) created a systematic record of early American buildings and gardens called the Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South (CSAS), which pictures an estimated 1,700 structures and sites in rural and urban areas of Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana, and to a lesser extent Florida, Mississippi, and West Virginia.