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Smith family portrait

Archives of American Art
1 negative : glass ; 14 x 12 cm.

John Smith seated on left. Above him is daughter Christine Smith Peto.

[Family]

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Family

Smithsonian American Art Museum
Family is the preliminary model for a ceramic tile mural Bearden created for the Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building in Jamaica, New York. The overlapping forms of hands and arms reinforce the scene of family and generational bonding. The grandfather’s outward gaze connects the viewer with this scene of heritage and hope.

Modern Masters: Midcentury Abstraction from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, 2008

John Smith family portrait

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print ; 14 x 12 cm.

John Smith seated center. Below him is Helen Peto, daughter of John Frederick Peto.

Family Portrait

National Museum of American History

Family Portrait

National Museum of American History

Lee Chinese-American Family Papers, ca. 1915-1970

Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Register with Container List by David Haberstich (3 pp.) available in repository. Folder-level control.

Scrapbook, photograph album, published family book, photographic prints, and news clippings related to Virginia Mead's family.

Borglum family portrait

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 x 25 cm. Formal seated portrait of the family with their Great Dane lying on the floor in front of the grouping.
Solon Borglum is fourth from left, back row.
Date taken from handwritten notes of Harriet Borglum Faidy on a different copy of this photo also in the Borglum papers: "taken in Omaha, Nebr., June 1893." Faidy also identifies all the people in the photo and gives their birthdates.

[Lee family portrait : Photoprint, before 1922.]

Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Register available in Archives Center.

Gift of Alison Shue and Grace Lee.

Silvering at top; mount ragged.

Imprint at bottom of mount: Tarsy [sic?] / The Ettlin Studio / 17 Chatham Square, N.Y. / 8 Catherine St.

Family Portrait

National Museum of American History

Family Portrait

National Museum of American History

Pollock family reunion

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; image 08 x 10 cm.

Date from handwritten note on verso. A separate note lists the people depicted: back row; Jackson Pollock, Lee Pollock, Jay Pollock, Alma Pollock, Sande McCoy, Elizabeth; second row; Arloie McCoy, Frank Pollock, Stella Pollock and Jay McCoy, Charles Pollock, Marie Pollock; front row; Karen McCoy, Jeremey Pollock, Jon Pollock.

Family

National Museum of American History
Glass plate negative made by Walter J. Hussey. Hussey family and guests at front porch of the Hussey farm house, ca 1924 (left to right: standing - Horace, Margaret, Esther [Helen's daughter], Curtis, Elizabeth, Walter; sitting - Helen [Walter's sister], unidentified, unidentified, Bess), Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. The woman in the front row, left, is holding a camera in her lap.

The collection in the Photographic History Collection consists of over two hundred glass plate negatives made by Walter J. Hussey (1865-1959). These glass plate negatives consist of daily life in and around Mount Pleasant, Ohio, Mr. Hussey's friends and family, studio portraits, his trips to the Washington, D.C. area, and Florida.

Family

National Museum of American History
Glass plate negative made by Walter J. Hussey, 1885-1910. Friends and family of the Husseys' pose together on the front yard of the Hussey farm. Seated from left to right: Matthew Terrell, Hester Terrell, Ruthana Cattell, and an unidentified woman. Standing from left to right: Hellen Hussey, Asahel Pettit, Asahel Pettit's wife, Martha, and Asahel.

The collection in the Photographic History Collection consists of over two hundred glass plate negatives made by Walter J. Hussey (1865-1959). These glass plate negatives consist of daily life in and around Mount Pleasant, Ohio, Mr. Hussey's friends and family, studio portraits, his trips to the Washington, D.C. area, and Florida.

Family

National Museum of American History
Glass plate negative made by Walter J. Hussey. Hussey family on front porch of Hussey farm house, ca 1941 (left to right: John holding Johnnie, Eleanor, Elizabeth, Jane, Walter, Alice, Frances Ann, Bess, Margaret, Elizabeth, Horace Curtis), Mt. Pleasant, Ohio.

The collection in the Photographic History Collection consists of over two hundred glass plate negatives made by Walter J. Hussey (1865-1959). These glass plate negatives consist of daily life in and around Mount Pleasant, Ohio, Mr. Hussey's friends and family, studio portraits, his trips to the Washington, D.C. area, and Florida.

Family

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Family Photo Album

National Museum of American History
Family photograph albums hold the history of generations, preserving the memories of birthdays, holidays, travels, and all general aspects of life. African American Mary Taylor used her 35mm Bell and Howell camera to document her family's life in the black community of Los Angeles, California, during the mid-20th century. She turned a discarded wallpaper sample book into a treasured family heirloom.

Taylor's family photographs including 19th-century tintypes, turn-of-the-century hand-colored portraits, and albums from the 1950s to the 1970s provide insight into the African American experience in the United States over the past century.

Wallpaper sample book used by the donor as a photo album. Contains approximately 842 black and white, and color photographs of unidentified people, mostly African-Americans. Most images were taken in and around unidentified residences. Some identified locations include San Francisico, Los Angeles, Disneyland and Marineland. Also includes newspaper clippings, as well as lithographs of flowers cut from a 1958 calendar.

Walt Kuhn and his family

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 09 x 14 cm. Published in: Archives of American Art Journal v. 27, no. 2, p. 4

Unidentified family portrait

Anacostia Community Museum Archives

Family Activity Calendar

National Museum of American History
Camilla Lindsay's grandmother made this calendar to keep track of the entire family’s activities. Called “The Board,” it hung in the kitchen and was used to schedule leisure activities, scrawl messages, keep track of phone numbers, etc. Included are three erasable pens, black, blue and red.

Unidentified Family Portrait

National Museum of American History

Three generations of the Francis Sullivan Mendez family

Anacostia Community Museum Archives
The Sullivan Family papers were donated to the Anacostia Community Museum in April 2005 by Savina Martin, Dominga Martin and Donna Akiba Sullivan Harper.

Framed photograph of Brush family in Dublin, N.H.

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 19 x 24 cm. Identification on verso (handwritten): Dublin, 1931; From left to right: Top Row. Daphne Brush, Joan Brush, Polly Pearmain, Little Gerome Brush, Mrs. Geo. De Forest Brush (the grandmother), Mr. Geo. De Forest Brush (the grandfather), Rose Mary Brush.
2nd row. Mary Pierce, [?] Allison Coats, [?] Shelby Peirce 3rd, Virginia Coates, Elise Coates.
3rd row. Nancy Pierce, Grace Pierce, Winslow Shelby Coates Jr., Thea Cabot.
Bottom row. Allen Pierce, Georgia Cabot. Ship is model of Mr. Brush's great grandfather's whaler.

Family Portrait

Smithsonian American Art Museum
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