Margaret Mather, actress, three-quarter length studio portrait, facing slightly right, standing against a studio prop which is covered with tapestry. 13969-0 U.S. Copyright Office.
Head and shoulders, facing left. "From a photograph by H.S. Mendelssohn, London." Published in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 77, no. 467, June 1888, p. 21. Caption card tracings: B.I.; Ph. Ind.
Title from the Detroit Publishing Co., Catalogue J foreign section, Detroit, Mich. : Detroit Publishing Company, 1905. Print no. "9201". Forms part of: Views of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the Photochrom pri... more
Title transcribed from caption accompanying item. Forms part of: Frank and Frances Carpenter collection (Library of Congress). Gift; Mrs. W. Chapin Huntington; 1951.
Photo copyrighted by Byron, N.Y. No. 10. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Books...; Actresses; Photog. I.; BI; Shelf.
(DLC/PP-1934:0209). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The First Voyage of the 'Brotherly Love'" by Elizabeth Hill, St. Nicholas, 32:674 (June 1905).
Photo shows Prince Carl of Sweden and Norway (1861-1951) with his children, Princess Margaretha (1899-1977) and Princess Martha, later Crown princess of Norway (1901-1954). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)
Photo shows New York City Commissioner of docks Robert A.C. Smith (1857-1933) standing with group on a ship. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)
Photoprint copyrighted by the American Press Association. No copyright renewal. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photog. I.; BI (4); Shelf. Sources checked, etc., o... more
3/4 length, seated, flowers in rt. hand, facing left. J173734 U.S. Copyright Office This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: PI; Shelf. Sources checked: WWW.
Title derived by Library of Congress staff. Summary: Photograph of Margaret Foley (right?) and an unidentified woman (left), both carrying pocketbooks and wearing fur-trimmed hats and fur stoles, standing outsi... more