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Taber, I. W. (Isaiah West), 1830-1912

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1830-08-17 - 1912-02-22

I. W. Taber (1830-1912), American daguerreotypist, ambrotypist, and photographer.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

John G. Brady papers

 Collection
Call Number: WA MSS S-1206
Overview: The collection consists of the personal and official papers of John G. Brady documenting early missionary work in Alaska, the history and political and economic development of Alaska, and Brady's life and career. There are early 20th century publications by Alaskan government bodies and missionary groups, as well as the public records of the City of Sitka. Included are photographs, negatives, and glass lantern slides of Alaskan scenery and subjects, native Alaskans, and Brady's family.
Dates: 1867-1937

Peter Palmquist collection of male photographers in the American west

 Collection
Call Number: WA MSS S-2733
Overview: The collection includes information about and examples of the work of male amateur and commercial photographers, studio assistants, photographic processors, colorists, and photojournalists collected by Peter Palmquist from 1971 until his death in 2003. The collection, which documents the practice and occupation of photography in the American west, circa 1840 to circa 1900, consists of biographical files for more than nine thousand men and businesses, as well as photographs and ancillary...
Dates: circa 1840-2003

Western Americana card photograph file

 Collection
Call Number: WA Photos File
Overview: This collection consists of card photographs of various sizes and formats, as well as unmounted photographic prints, circa 1851-1965. The collection documents a broad range of commercial photography between 1860 and 1910, mainly created by regional operators and traveling photographers. The collection also includes examples by renowned photographers, such as Frank Jay Haynes, William Henry Jackson, Alexander Martin, Isaiah West Taber, and Carleton E. Watkins.
Dates: circa 1850-circa 1970, bulk 1860-1910