The Little Compton Historical Society

Photograph

Display: List / Grid
Page 11 of 71
Display:
Sort By:
Tintype
2002.0322
Tintype
Unframed tintype. Features an image of an older man with extremely long side burns. He is wearing dark pants, a lighter suit jacket and a striped bow tie. He is seated with one hand on his knee and the other resting on an arm rest. The top proper right corner of the tintype has been clipped.
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Tintype
2002.0312
Tintype
Tintype framed behind white paper frame with red trim details. This frame has a red paper cover creating a small folder for tintype. Tintype features three men in suits. One is seated, flanked by the other two who each have one hand on the seated man's shoulders. All three have flowers on their lapel and one is wearing an overcoat. In foreground is a prop fence. The men in this image are the same men in tintype 2002.0314.
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Tintype
2002.0323
Tintype
Unframed tintype. Features an image of a man with a deep side part and mustache. He is shown just from the suit lapels up and is wearing a suit jacket, white shirt and very small black tie. His cheeks have been very lightly colored pink. The image is blurred along the bottom softening the edges. The top corners of the tintype have been clipped.
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Tintype
2002.0313
Tintype
Tintype framed behind white paper frame with red trim details. This frame has a red paper cover creating a small folder for tintype. Tintype features a man standing in striped pants, a cream turtleneck, plaid blazer and bowler hat. At proper right his hand rests on the back of a chair. Trees and branches visible in proper right background. Handwriting on back reads: "Geor"
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Tintype
2002.0324
Tintype
Unframed tintype. Features an image of a young girl with her hair up, wearing a light colored skirt and short sleeved blouse. She is seated with one armed folded on her lap and the other resting on seat. Her cheeks have been colored pink. The top corners of the tintype have been clipped.
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Tintype
2002.0340
Tintype
Tintype in copper frame. Copper frame has an oval cutout for image which features a young woman from the chest up in a dark dress with white lace collar and cameo brooch at center. Her hair is parted down the center and is pulled back. The frame has a small diamond and zigzag pattern around image and raised floral design around outside edge. The reverse side of the ambrotype is not framed. Tintype was originally housed in a small case, but it has broken apart into pieces. See object file for pieces.
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Stereoscope
2007.2426
Stereoscope
Hand-held wooden stereoscope. Two square magnifying lenses mounted to oval wooden eye piece with rounded wooden sides. The eyepiece is mounted on a long wooden splat that has a crossbar with two upright metal prongs for holding stereoscope cards. Turned folding handle at bottom. Stamped on bottom: "THE/PERFECSCOPE/U.S.A. PATENT OCT. 15 1895/CANADA " FEB 1 1896/FRANCE B.S.G.D.G./PAT'D IN GREAT BRITAIN/GERMANY AUSTRIA BELGIUM/ [unreadable]/[unreadable]". Near handle: Near handle: "WARRANTED/UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD/TRADE MARK/NEW YORK/U.S.A." Bracket holding handle to object is marked: "PATENTED/JULY 24 1883"
unknown
Object, Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Stereoscope
2007.2427
Stereoscope
Hand-held wooden stereoscope. Two square magnifying lenses mounted to oval wooden eye piece with rounded wooden sides. The eyepiece is mounted on a long wooden splat. Turned folding handle at bottom. Stamped on bottom: "THE/PERFECSCOPE/U.S.A. PATENT OCT. 15 1895/CANADA " FEB 1 1896/FRANCE B.S.G.D.G./PAT'D IN GREAT BRITAIN/GERMANY AUSTRIA BELGIUM/ D.R.G.M./ No. 53808". Stamped near handle: "WARRANTED/UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD/TRADE MARK/NEW YORK/U.S.A."
unknown
Object, Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Slide, Megalithoscope
2008.0014
Slide, Megalithoscope
Megalithoscope slide made of wood. Rectangle shape with black border holding a paper photograph in place. Tabs are located on left and right sides for inserting slide into Megalithoscope. Photograph is black and white interior of a government building with an ornate ceiling. A single Backing of white netting held in place with blue tape. Paper label along bottom on back reads: "Salle du Grand Conseil. La gloire du Paradis par Tintoret. Venise Hall of the Grand Council. The glory of the Paradise by Tintoretto. Venice." The Megalethoscope used large curved photographs viewed through magnifying lenses to give the impression of depth. Carlo Ponti, an Italian photographer patented the device in 1862. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell B. Burchard purchased the megalithoscope and slides in Italy about 1900. The megalithoscope and slides were given to the society by their daughter Susan Burchard Shethar Whitin about 1980(?).
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Slide, Megalithoscope
2008.0030
Slide, Megalithoscope
Megalithoscope slide made of wood. Rectangle shape with black border holding a paper photograph in place. Tabs are located on left and right sides for inserting slide into Megalithoscope. One tab is missing on the right slide. Photograph is black and white of a Cathedral. A single Backing of white netting held in place with blue tape. Paper label along bottom on back reads: "Cathedrale, vue en face et de cote. Milan Cathedral front (part of label is missing" The Megalethoscope used large curved photographs viewed through magnifying lenses to give the impression of depth. Carlo Ponti, an Italian photographer patented the device in 1862. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell B. Burchard purchased the megalithoscope and slides in Italy about 1900. The megalithoscope and slides were given to the society by their daughter Susan Burchard Shethar Whitin about 1980(?).
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Slide, Megalithoscope
2008.0046
Slide, Megalithoscope
Megalithoscope slide made of wood. Rectangle shape with black border holding a paper photograph in place. Tabs are located on left and right sides for inserting slide into Megalithoscope. Both tabs are missing on the slide. Photograph is black and white of large hotel building. A single Backing of white netting held in place with blue tape. Handwritten on the backing "Paris Hotel de ville" The Megalethoscope used large curved photographs viewed through magnifying lenses to give the impression of depth. Carlo Ponti, an Italian photographer patented the device in 1862. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell B. Burchard purchased the megalithoscope and slides in Italy about 1900. The megalithoscope and slides were given to the society by their daughter Susan Burchard Shethar Whitin about 1980(?).
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
Slide, Megalithoscope
2008.0015
Slide, Megalithoscope
Megalithoscope slide made of wood. Rectangle shape with black border holding a paper photograph in place. Tabs are located on left and right sides for inserting slide into Megalithoscope. Photograph is black and white interior of the arcade in Milan. A single Backing of white netting held in place with blue tape. Paper label along bottom on back reads: "Arcade Victor Emmanuel (Interieur) Milan Arcade Victor Emmanuel (inside) Milan." The Megalethoscope used large curved photographs viewed through magnifying lenses to give the impression of depth. Carlo Ponti, an Italian photographer patented the device in 1862. Mr. and Mrs. Roswell B. Burchard purchased the megalithoscope and slides in Italy about 1900. The megalithoscope and slides were given to the society by their daughter Susan Burchard Shethar Whitin about 1980(?).
unknown
Photograph
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
There are no items to list in this category.
Powered By The Digital Ark
© 2017 The Little Compton Historical Society