Collection  |  Photo, Print, Drawing Visual materials from the Woodrow Wilson papers

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Title
Visual materials from the Woodrow Wilson papers
Created / Published
ca. 1863 - ca. 1937.
Notes
-  This catalog record contains preliminary data.
-  Title devised by Library staff.
-  Container List: Woodrow Wilson.
-  Some materials stored off site. Containers include: 8 AA size, 8 A size, 2 F size, 3 C size containers, 1 V size.
-  Seven nitrate negatives processed as series LC-MISC-22, nos. 379-382.
-  PR 13 CN 1970:273 Pennell prints, World War I, Italy, Alaska views, Aleuts, Native Americans, Indians, aerial photos; Washington, D.C.; Denmark; sculpture; Siege of Cantigny; Columbus; gardens, industrial scenes.
-  PR 13 CN 1980:200 Includes military camp, Sea Girt, New Jersey; circus; camp life; family; World War I; Woodrow Wilson Monument in Poland; House; political campaigns; dignitaries; travel; Europe; Bermuda; beaches; Chinese leaders, inaugurations, St. Louis Democratic convention; Alsatian costumes; Lafayette; war cartoons; Belgium; construction; Lyon, France; Lincoln Highway; sculpture; Tallin, Estonia; architecture; Versailles Peace negotiations; Clemenceau. Panorama processed 7/2/93. One item cataloged as D526.2.R3 1917 CASE Y. Creators include: John & Peter Parikas, S. Simon, Reneaut, Cole & Co., Louis Raemaekers, Jacob Smits, International News Photo, Noel Dorville, Jean Berne-Bellacour, Army Signal Corps, Poznan Kowalcyk, and H. Ginsburg. An additional transfer of 10 original caricatures of U.S. Senators dated 1919 by Henry Alexander McGusty.
-  PR 13 CN 1970:273 Media includes: ca. 2,000 photographic prints, postcards, prints and albums.
-  PR 13 CN 1971:232 Media includes: ca. 1,300 glass negatives and 7 print outs of nitrate negatives processed as LC-MISC-22-379 through 385.
-  PR 13 CN 1980:200 Media includes: ca. 1,000 photographic prints including panoramas and cabinet cards, some photos in albums; scrapbooks; and drawings.
-  Transfer; LC Manuscript Division; 1970, 1971, 1980; (DLC/PP-1970:273, DLC/PP-1971:232, 1980:200).
Medium
PR 13 CN 1970:273 2,000 items.
PR 13 CN 1971:232 ca. 1,300 negatives : dry-plate glass.
PR 13 CN 1971:232 7 prints : photocopies of nitrate negatives.
PR 13 CN 1980:200 1,010 items.
Call Number/Physical Location
Unprocessed in PR 13 CN 1970:273 [P&P] Unprocessed in PR 13 CN 1971:232 Unprocessed in PR 13 CN 1980:200
Source Collection
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924. Woodrow Wilson papers
Repository
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print
Library of Congress Control Number
2010651015
Rights Advisory
Rights status of individual images not evaluated. For general information see: "Copyright and Other Restrictions...," https://www.loc.gov/rr/print/195_copr.html
Access Advisory
Due to safety regulations, nitrate negatives can't be served to the public. Served by appointment (Unprocessed). To make a request, see "Access to Unprocessed Materials," https://www.loc.gov/rr/print/info/022_unpr.html
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  • Access Advisory: Due to safety regulations, nitrate negatives can't be served to the public. Served by appointment (Unprocessed). To make a request, see "Access to Unprocessed Materials," https://www.loc.gov/rr/print/info/022_unpr.html

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Visual materials from the Woodrow Wilson papers. ca. 1863 - ca. 1937.

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