Album of storage tanks, agitators, and other liquid-related metal machinery photos compiled by the manufacturer, which — judging by the locations of most of its clients — was located somewhere in the Midwestern United States.
Carefully assembled and curated French wedding album likely dating from the mid 1920s, including portraits of the bride and groom, the wedding party, family and guests, with two shots of the reception.
A pair of carefully assembled albums, possibly compiled for official use, the majority of the photos in both albums recording the aftermath of a botched Allied bombardment in the Hague on March 3, 1945 that claimed the lives of 511 civilians and left over 20,000 homeless.
Striking collection of photographs showing many carefree, recreational moments of wartime: soldiers sitting around at the barracks, reading and smoking; and many photos of Vietnamese acquaintances across the album, such as women lounging at the base library.
Draft production binder used in creation and revision of a 1929 catalogue of electric lighting fixtures and accessories, belonging to Lauritz W. Andersen, industrial designer and owner of The Waterbury Metal Wares Company.
Arguably the most important document to emerge from the L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E movement, Andrews and Bernstein's journal published some 16 issues (13 issues proper, plus various supplements, as well as a final volume issued as OPEN LETTER, Fifth Series No, 1) from 1978 through 1982.