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.
Original album of an African American U.S. Army soldier in Nürnberg (Nuremberg), during the post-WWII Allied occupation of West Germany, with numerous photographs of his fellow squadron members stationed at Merrell Barracks on and off duty.
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.
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.
Photo album devoted to three young women and their friends, from rural springtime scenes of 1942 to vacationing on the beaches of Nantucket in '44, to playing in the snowy Boston Public Gardens and riding bicycles through Franklin Park of 1945.
Six cabinet cards of African-American sitters at the turn of the century, photographed at various Washington, D.C. studios, including one card from the Scurlock Studio, undated but most likely from the early 1900s.