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Elevators at Prescott, Ont

Elevators at Prescott, Ont

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J (1901). "595-4" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 08833. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Panorama of Prescott, Arizona

Panorama of Prescott, Arizona

H104952 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; California Panorama Co.; January 2, 1909. Copyright claimant's address: Los Angeles.

Passing train in Prescott, Wisconsin

Passing train in Prescott, Wisconsin

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Victorian-style home in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

Victorian-style home in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, whi...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

One of the remaining structures at historic Fort Whipple, a U.S. Army post that served as Arizona Territory's capital prior to the founding of what is now the surrounding town of Prescott in 1864

One of the remaining structures at historic Fort Whipple, a U.S. Army ...

The fort, named after Union U.S. Civil War general Amiel Weeks Whipple, closed off and on and was set for demolition when the United States declared war on Spain in 1898. Thereafter often deserted, then reactiv... more

The 1985 "Early Settlers" brass monument, sculpted by Bill Nebeker, in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

The 1985 "Early Settlers" brass monument, sculpted by Bill Nebeker, in...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

The stone-and-wood exterior of the Smoki Museum, home to a collection of American Indian artifacts in the Central Arizona community of Prescott

The stone-and-wood exterior of the Smoki Museum, home to a collection ...

Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory. The museum, constructed in 1935 by the Civil Works Administration during the Great Depression, has a controversial past. It... more

Carved and painted Indian figure outside the landmark Apache Lodge in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

Carved and painted Indian figure outside the landmark Apache Lodge in ...

Founded in 1947, the Apache was Prescott's first motel, as distinguished from previous "motor courts" catering to the traveling party. Motels housed guests in a single building (and later, often, even more than... more

From its vantage high above Elks Theatre, this sculpture of a magnificent stag overlooks the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

From its vantage high above Elks Theatre, this sculpture of a magnific...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

Entrance pathway, lined with Arizona state flags, to the Yavapai County Courthouse in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

Entrance pathway, lined with Arizona state flags, to the Yavapai Count...

The 1916 courthouse was designed by architect William N. Bowman. Onetime Prescott mayor Barry Goldwater announced his presidential candidacy in 1964 from the steps of the courthouse. Title, date and keywords ba... more

Lake Watson, four miles above the Central Arizona community of Prescott which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory, is a popular fishing, camping, and boating (but not swimming, which is forbidden) oasis from the surrounding desert's oppressive summer heat. The lake is a manmade recreational reservoir in the midst of the area's "Granite Dells," exposed bedrock and tinted layers of estimated-1.4-billion-year-old igneous-rock formations north of the city

Lake Watson, four miles above the Central Arizona community of Prescot...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

Victorian-style home in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

Victorian-style home in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, whi...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

One of the remaining structures at historic Fort Whipple, a U.S. Army post that served as Arizona Territory's capital prior to the founding of what is now the surrounding town of Prescott in 1864

One of the remaining structures at historic Fort Whipple, a U.S. Army ...

The fort, named after Union U.S. Civil War general Amiel Weeks Whipple, closed off and on and was set for demolition when the United States declared war on Spain in 1898. Thereafter often deserted, then reactiv... more

Cloud bank at sunset near Prescott, Arizona

Cloud bank at sunset near Prescott, Arizona

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

Distant barn near Prescott, Washington

Distant barn near Prescott, Washington

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Purchase; Carol M. Highsmith Photography, Inc.; 2018; (DLC/PP-2016:103-13) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the C... more

Granite Creek, fed by nearby Lake Watson in the "Granite Dells" exposed bedrock and tinted layers of estimated-1.4-billion-year-old igneous-rock formations north of Prescott, Arizona

Granite Creek, fed by nearby Lake Watson in the "Granite Dells" expose...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

Cliffsides in the "Granite Dells", exposed bedrock and tinted layers of estimated-1.4-billion-year-old igneous-rock formations north of the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

Cliffsides in the "Granite Dells", exposed bedrock and tinted layers o...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

Victorian-style home in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

Victorian-style home in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, whi...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

The landmark Apache Lodge in the Central Arizona community of Prescott, which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory

The landmark Apache Lodge in the Central Arizona community of Prescott...

Founded in 1947, the Apache was Prescott's first motel, as distinguished from previous "motor courts" catering to the traveling party. Motels housed guests in a single building (and later, often, even more than... more

Lake Watson, four miles above the Central Arizona community of Prescott which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory, is a popular fishing, camping, and boating (but not swimming, which is forbidden) oasis from the surrounding desert's oppressive summer heat. The lake is a manmade recreational reservoir in the midst of the area's "Granite Dells," exposed bedrock and tinted layers of estimated-1.4-billion-year-old igneous-rock formations north of the city

Lake Watson, four miles above the Central Arizona community of Prescot...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

Lake Watson, four miles above the Central Arizona community of Prescott which was founded in 1864 as the capital of what was then Arizona Territory, is a popular fishing, camping, and boating (but not swimming, which is forbidden) oasis from the surrounding desert's oppressive summer heat. The lake is a manmade recreational reservoir in the midst of the area's "Granite Dells," exposed bedrock and tinted layers of estimated-1.4-billion-year-old igneous-rock formations north of the city

Lake Watson, four miles above the Central Arizona community of Prescot...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Gift; Barbara Barrett; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:112) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive. C... more

Prescott Farm, Guard House, 2009 West Main Road, Middletown, Newport County, RI

Prescott Farm, Guard House, 2009 West Main Road, Middletown, Newport C...

2011 Leicester B. Holland Prize, Entry Significance: The significance of the Guard House is three-fold. The first is that it represents an exceptional surviving example of early eighteenth-century craftsmanshi... more

[William Hickling Prescott, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the left]

[William Hickling Prescott, half-length portrait, three-quarters to th...

Historian, author. Scratched on back of plate: 432. Hallmark: Rinhart 4b. Identification from a lithograph by Francois d'Avignon, plate 8 in Charles Edwards Lester's Gallery of illustrious Americans, 1850, publ... more

[William Hickling Prescott, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the left]

[William Hickling Prescott, half-length portrait, three-quarters to th...

Historian, author. Scratched on back of plate: 432. Hallmark: Rinhart 4b. Identification from a lithograph by Francois d'Avignon, plate 8 in Charles Edwards Lester's Gallery of illustrious Americans, 1850, publ... more

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform holding musket with Prescott revolver in belt]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform holding musket with Presc...

Title devised by Library staff. Case: Rinhart, no. 93. Digital photo with mat removed by Mike O'Donnell. Gift; Tom Liljenquist; 2010; (DLC/PP-2010:105). More information about this collection is available at ht... more

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform holding musket with Prescott revolver in belt]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform holding musket with Presc...

Title devised by Library staff. Case: Rinhart, no. 93. Digital photo with mat removed by Mike O'Donnell. Gift; Tom Liljenquist; 2010; (DLC/PP-2010:105). More information about this collection is available at ht... more

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform holding musket with Prescott revolver in belt]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform holding musket with Presc...

Title devised by Library staff. Case: Rinhart, no. 93. Digital photo with mat removed by Mike O'Donnell. Gift; Tom Liljenquist; 2010; (DLC/PP-2010:105). More information about this collection is available at ht... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Rockingham County, NH

Prescott Bridge, Spanning Lamprey River on Prescott Road, Raymond, Roc...

Significance: The bridge is believed to be the sole surviving example of an I-beam through bridge with transverse jack arches extant in New Hampshire. Constructed in 1917. The bridge is the last example of a po... more

Enfield Road (Schoolhouse), Prescott Center, Franklin County, MA

Enfield Road (Schoolhouse), Prescott Center, Franklin County, MA

Survey number: HABS MA-2-98 Building/structure dates: 1813 Initial Construction

Enfield Road (Schoolhouse), Prescott Center, Franklin County, MA

Enfield Road (Schoolhouse), Prescott Center, Franklin County, MA

Survey number: HABS MA-2-98 Building/structure dates: 1813 Initial Construction

Enfield Road (Schoolhouse), Prescott Center, Franklin County, MA

Enfield Road (Schoolhouse), Prescott Center, Franklin County, MA

Survey number: HABS MA-2-98 Building/structure dates: 1813 Initial Construction

Enfield Road (Schoolhouse), Prescott Center, Franklin County, MA

Enfield Road (Schoolhouse), Prescott Center, Franklin County, MA

Survey number: HABS MA-2-98 Building/structure dates: 1813 Initial Construction

We will fight for the U.S.A

We will fight for the U.S.A

words and music by Adeline Ivey. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. (additional physical form) Staff notation. (language)

We will fight for the U.S.A

We will fight for the U.S.A

words and music by Adeline Ivey. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. (additional physical form) Staff notation. (language)

We will fight for the U.S.A

We will fight for the U.S.A

words and music by Adeline Ivey. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. (additional physical form) Staff notation. (language)

We will fight for the U.S.A

We will fight for the U.S.A

words and music by Adeline Ivey. (statement of responsibility) For voice and piano. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. (additional physical form) Staff notation. (language)

Betsy Prescott House, South side of Dover Road (State Route 4), West of Main Street, Chichester, Merrimack County, NH

Betsy Prescott House, South side of Dover Road (State Route 4), West o...

Significance: Significant architecturally as the only surviving 1-1/2 story late 18th century house along Route4 in Chichester. The historic name reflects the earliest known owner of the house. It is likely tha... more

Betsy Prescott House, South side of Dover Road (State Route 4), West of Main Street, Chichester, Merrimack County, NH

Betsy Prescott House, South side of Dover Road (State Route 4), West o...

Significance: Significant architecturally as the only surviving 1-1/2 story late 18th century house along Route4 in Chichester. The historic name reflects the earliest known owner of the house. It is likely tha... more

Betsy Prescott House, South side of Dover Road (State Route 4), West of Main Street, Chichester, Merrimack County, NH

Betsy Prescott House, South side of Dover Road (State Route 4), West o...

Significance: Significant architecturally as the only surviving 1-1/2 story late 18th century house along Route4 in Chichester. The historic name reflects the earliest known owner of the house. It is likely tha... more