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Date Created1938
DescriptionChildren standing on sidewalk with younger sibling in costume on a miniature horse.
Time PeriodThe Great Depression and World War II (1920-1945)
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Date Created1890-1940
DescriptionPortrait of two girls. The older one dressed in a dark color and the younger in white. The photograph was taken by H.F. Post at 177 Main street in Paterson, NJ.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1890
DescriptionUnidentified duo, image 2 of 2. Tintype. Younger man is possibly Henry D. Gerdts.
Time PeriodThe Industrial Revolution (1870-1900)
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Date Created1890
DescriptionUnidentified duo, image 1 of 2. Tintype. Younger man is possibly Henry D. Gerdts.
Time PeriodThe Industrial Revolution (1870-1900)
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Date Created1892
Description2. “Doremus” studio photo of Bertha Niessen, Paterson ca. 1892. Bertha (1870-1933) was the oldest surviving child of Franz and Philippine Niessen. She came to the US with her younger brother...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1890-1945
DescriptionAttilio E. Azzie in his younger years sitting outside enjoying the outdoors. The American Labor Museum online collection includes historical documents and photos. The objects document the domestic...
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Date Created1950
DescriptionMr. Courtney Seabrook, younger son of Charles F. Seabrook CEO of Seabrook Farms.
Time PeriodPostwar Years (1945-1970)
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Date Created1980, 1980
DescriptionTwo men and one woman sit in lawn chairs in front of a ranch style house with number 27 on the front door, talking to a younger man sitting on a motorcycle.
Time PeriodContemporary America (1968-present)
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Date Created1930
DescriptionMore dancers from the "Twinkle Number" in "Gingham Girls". Left to right: Hilda, Honey Florence Shellhorn, Jenny Schurko, Grace Lehneis Perna, unknown, Helen. This younger group were called ponies. ...
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1902
DescriptionSimilar caption from Moss and Schnitzspahn (1997): "George Jay Gould's children (Kingdon and Marjorie on the left and Jay and Vivien on the right) display their personal De Dion-Boutons. In his own...