Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: WA Photos Folio 75
William Walker Whitehall Johnston photograph album of Wales, the West Indies, and the 1st West India Regiment
Call Number: GEN MSS 887
Overview: Disbound photograph album with images that document people and the built landscape in the West Indies, circa 1859-1865, and views of people and sites in Wales, 1858. The album includes several studio portraits of Johnston, and a studio portrait that probably depicts his father, Thomas Francis Johnston.
Call Number: WA MSS S-4426
Overview: Circa 115 photographs relating to Joseph W. Lee, Nancy L. Kim Lee, and Karl T. Kim, circa 1908-1949. Images are chiefly group and individual portraits of Joseph Lee, Nancy Lee, Karl Kim, and other Korean and Korean-American men, women, and children (including Korean independence activist Ahn Changho and Mary Stewart, a supporter of Upland's Korean community) in California. Multiple photographs document Joseph Lee, Nancy Lee, and Karl Kim’s involvement with the Young Korean Academy Congress and...
Dates: circa 1908-1949
Call Number: WA MSS S-1817
Overview: Photographic prints, drawings, and watercolors chiefly depicting sights on the Northwest Coast, particularly around Vancouver Island. The images were originally housed in a scrapbook kept by an unidentified individual; based on the contents of the scrapbook it is presumed that the person was a member of the joint U.S./British Northwest Boundary Commission. The photographs, taken by an unidentified photographer or photographers, depict deck scenes from what may be the H.M.S. Satellite; Victoria...
Dates: 1828-1860, bulk 1854-1860
Call Number: WA Photos Folio 149
Overview: Inkjet prints of photographs by John Willis that document sites, events, and persons in Arizona, New Mexico, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, chiefly in 2010-2011. The collection also includes composite images related to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and a group of images from a series, "Deteriorating Media," that documents deteriorating magazines at the home of Leroy Reddest of Lost Dog Creek, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.