Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of photographs from Al Severson of Burgert Brothers, a commercial photography studio.
This collection is comprised of glass plate negatives and black and white photographs.The collection is largely family-centric, documenting the home and social life of the Slaymaker family in Virginia's Albemarle County during the years leading up to the Civil War. The collection also includes the typescript of a Slaymaker family history in the 20th century written by Addison Slaymaker, a Tampa resident and the donor of this historic photograph collection.
A collection of materials, including magazines, books, photographs and ephemera, that document the historical rarity of the Asian male nude.
This collection consists of assorted black and white photographs of a personal nature and studio postcards. Images mostly consists of portraits or groups of people. Also included are scenes of the following nature: beaches, boats and boating, outdoors, buildings, street scenes, churches, military portraits, etc. An inventory list is included with the collection that provides specific metadata, when available, at the item level.
This collection primarily consists of photographs taken by queer photographer Bobby Smith in the 1950s and 60s. The photos depict scenes of gatherings of queer folks in homes and clubs, giving researchers a rare view of queer life and culture in Florida during the mid-20th century.
The collection consists of Burgert Brothers prints derived from various sources and assembled into a composite collection. The two principle sources for the Burgert images were the photographic holdings of the Tony Pizzo and Hampton Dunn collections. Both had considerable numbers of Burgert prints and negatives dispersed under various subject headings. The collection was assembled into a single, coherent collection in 1993.
A collection of photographs taken by the Ensminger Brothers in Florida while soldiers trained before sailing to Cuba to fight in the Spanish American War. The photographs in this collection were later purchased by Sarah Criggal and her sister, who were visiting Florida from Britain.
Primarily consists of aerial photograph negatives (4” x 5”; b&w); also includes one box of photographic prints, 7 logbooks (circa 1949- 1963), and one aerial photography camera.
One box of primarily black and white photographs of Tampa, including twelve 8” X 10” photos and 31 photos of varying sizes. Also includes two holograph letters written by Schulz to Leland Hawes.
A collection of photographs, books, articles and other items relating to the works of photographer Matthias Herrmann.
Contains numerous photographs and negatives from 1932-1960 covering Tampa Bay and other areas of Florida. Photographs show scenes of Tampa, including building profiles, social events, street scenes, and store displays, mainly in the 1930s and 1940s.
***Note: the Gandy collection is currently unavailable as it is being reformatted (digitized). The physical and digital collections will be available in early 2024.*** The Gandy papers consist mostly of negatives of commercial and aerial photography, but also includes prints and digital materials. Only the negatives, which comprise the bulk of the materials, have been fully processed.
Photographs taken by Othar Cortland Wamsley, a soldier with the 157th Indiana Volunteer Regiment in Tampa and Port Tampa during the Spanish-American War, 1898. Wamsley contracted malaria in Tampa and never got to Cuba. Photographs in the collection relate to military sites, ports, and local affairs.