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GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1898-1948.
(4 boxes)

box 1

Alderfer, Harold P., Editor, Commonwealth, Harrisburg, PA, 1948 (1 folder)
Bannwart, Carl, Supt., Shade Tree Bureau, Newark, NJ, 1946
Bartholomew, Harland, Landscape Architect, St. Louis, MO, 1943
Bassett, Edward M. , Attorney, NYC, 1943
Biddle, Mrs. Edward W., Philadelphia, 1925, 1945
Bok, Edward W., The Academy of Music, Philadelphia, 1924
Bridges, Hon. Styles, U.S. Senate, NH, Washington, D.C., 1944
Bromfield, Louis, Lucas, OH, January 28, 1947
Brunner, Arnold W., Architect, NYC, 1924
Bryce, Hon. James, British Embassy, Washington, D.C., 1913
Burt, Struthers, Moose, Wyoming, 1929, 1943
Buttenheim, Harold S., Editor, The American City Magazine, NYC, 1925
Caparn, Harold A., Landscape Architect, NYC, 1924, 1832, 1939 (1 folder)
Child, Mrs. Harry W., La Jolla, CA, April 19, 1930
Childs, Richard S., Chairman, National Municipal League, NYC, 1945
Colby, Wm., E., The Sierra Club, San Francisco, CA, 1925, 1940, 1943-1946, 1948
Collins, Alfred M., Crestone, CO, 1925, 1936
Collins, Frederick L., West Falmouth, MA, 1943
Crane, Jacob, Asst. Adm., U.S. Housing Authority, Washington, D.C., 1939-1940
Davey, Hon. Martin L., U.S. House, Ohio, Washington, D.C., 1925 (1 folder)
Dealey, Dr. George B., Pres., Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX, 1924, 1932, 1934, 1939-1940, 1943-1944
Dermitt, H. Marie, Secy. Civic Club of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, PA, 1925, 1945
Dock, Miss Mira L., Fayetteville, 1898, 1901-1905, 1936, 1942 (1 folder)
(Riis, Jacon A[ugust], Postcard, NYC, October 21, 1897)
Drinker, Dr. Henry S., Merion Station, December 29, 1924
Evans, Richardson, London, England, 1925
Gregg, Wm. C.,Pres., Gregg Co., Ltd., Hackensack,, NJ, 1926, 1933, 1938-1939 (1 folder)
Ickes, Hon. Harold L., Secretary of the Interior, Washington, D.C., (incl. Not Guilty, An Official Inquiry Into the Charges Made by Glavis and Pinchot Against Richard A. Ballinger, Secretary of the Interior, 1909-1911) 1933, 1936, 1940-1941, 1943-1945, 1948
Johnston, Miss Francis Benjamin, NYC, February 28, 1923 (1 folder)
Kelsey, Frederick W., NYC, 1925
Kelsey, Harlan P., Salem, MA, 1924
Knowles, Morris, Engineer, Pittsburgh, PA, 1928, 1931-1932
Kunz, George F., Pres., American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, NYC, 1925
Kunkel, Hon John C., U.S. House, PA, Washington, D.C., 1947-1948
Leib, Frank R. and Son, Harrisburg, PA, December 21, 1916 (1 folder)
Litchfield, Electus D., Architect, NYC, 1924, 1935
McFarland, Hon. Ernest W., U.S. Senate, Arizona, Eashington, D.C., 1943-1944.
Manning, Warren H., Landscape Architect, 1924-1925
Miller, Herman P., Senate Librarian, Harrisburg, PA, 1925
Moore, Charles, Chairman, The Commission of the Fine Arts, Washington, D.C., 1926
Milvihill, Francis J., Washington, D.C., January 23, 1944
Nichols, J.C., Pres., Country Club District, Kansas City, KS, April 28, 1924
Nolen, John, City Planner, Cambridge, MA, December 23, 1924

Philadelphia Forum, 1924-1925

Bok, Edward Wm., Editor, The Ladies' Home Journal, Philadelphia, June 2, 1925
Huff, Wm., K., Exec. Dir., Philadelphia, PA, 1925
Payne, Hon. John Barton, Chairman, American Red Cross, 1924-1925

Price, L.B., Pres., L. B. Price Mercantile Co., Greenwich, CT., 1924 (1 folder)
Purdy, Lawson, Secy., Charity Organization Society, NYC, April 24, 1924
Smith, A.H., V. P., Alling and Cory Co., Pittsburgh, PA1925
Smith, Barry C., Gen. Director, The Commonwealth Fund, NYC, 1939
Smith, Herbert L., Harrisburg, 1944
Wacker, Charles H., Chairman, Chicago Plan Commission, Chicago, IL, 1925
Watrous, Richard B., Secy., Chamber of Commerce, Providence, RI, 1924
Wilson, Lucius E., Pres., General Organization Co., Chicago, IL, 1925
Yeager, Herman V., Manager, Eagles Mere Co., Hughesville, PA, 1925


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ADDRESSES, ARTICLES, AND BOOKS, 1906-1937, 1944.
(1 box)

box 1

"Art in Daily Life," February 28, 1935, typed, 10 pp. (1 folder)
"Assessments and Taxation, February 18, 1910, typed, 20 pp.
"Beauty In Bridges," November 16, 1927, typed, 24 pp.
"Bringing the Folks to The Forest," Review of Reviews, July 1929, pp. 132-133, typed, 23 pp. and 12 pp.
"Civic Art," May 17, 1910, typed, 14 pp.

Eagles Mere, Sullivan County, 1908, 1910, 1944
(1 folder)
Eagles Mere and the Sullivan Highlands by J. Horace McFarland and Robert B. McFarland, Harrisburg: J. Horace McFarland Co., 1944.
"Eagles Mere Park - The Highest Development of a Summer Camp," April 23, 1908, typed, 5 pp.
"Eagles Mere This Summer," [undated], typed, 4 pp., March 1, 1913.
"A New Eagles Mere," March 24, 1910, typed, 9 pp.

"Education in Ugliness," The Outlook, April 18, 1906, pp. 856-857.
"First Steps in Improvement Work," [undated], typed, 7 pp.
"Food and the Farmer's Wood-Lot," October 13, 1937, typed 4x6 cards.
"From Roosevelt to Roosevelt?" Suggestions for a book of A.C.A. doings, March 12, 1933, Ms., 9 pp.
"The Gentle Art of Killing Fish, An Inquiry," April 12, 1906, typed, 9 pp.
"Good Citizenship for Children," October 17, 1907, typed, 1 p.
"How Can the Association Become a More Vital Factor in the Physical Life of the Community?" February 21, 1908, typed, 12 pp.
"Millitant Citizenship," June 9, 1907, typed, 10 pp.
["Parcel Post"], July 20, 1914, 5 pp.
"Pennsylvania's Scenic Supremacy," November 26, 1928, typed, 20 pp. (1 folder)
"Pennsylvania's Work-Relief Roads,:" Review of Reviews, February 1933, pp. 41-42.
"Parcel Post Again," July 18, 1912, typed, 4 pp.
"The Relation of the Commission Form of Government to Public Improvements," October 20, 1910, typed, 11 pp.
"See Pennsylvania First," April 16, 1915, typed, 7 pp. and 19 4x6 cards.
"State Parks in Pennsylvania," June 12, 1936, typed, 8 4x6 cards.
"A Summer Lake Carnival," June 7, 1909, typed, 7 pp.
"What Is Commission Government, And Why?" January 23, 1911, typed, 19 pp. (1 folder)
"Who Is Vance C. McCormick?" March 6, 1914, typed, 5 pp.
"Why Congress Is Slow," April 25, 1915, typed, 4 pp.
"The Wrong Education," March 19, 1908, typed, 5 pp.


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CAPITOL PARK EXTENSION COMMITTEE MATERIALS, 1916-1943.
(3 folders)

box 1

General Correspondence, 1916, 1919, 1930, 1939-1940, 1943
Brunner, Arnold W., Architect, NYC, June 20, 1916 (1 folder)
Cowden, E. C., City Engineer, Harrisburg, 1930
Cret, Paul Philippe, Architect, Philadelphia, November 5, 1943
Dill, Malcolm H., Consultant, Capitol Grounds Extension Planning Committee, Harrisburg, 1940
Fisher, Hon John S., Governor, Harrisburg, 1930
Pilkin, F.A., Secy., Capitol Grounds Extension Planning Committee, Harrisburg, 1939-1940
Reily, George W., Harrisburg, November 25, 1930
Shreiner, George A., Harrisburg, March 31, 1919

Minutes, 1930
(1 folder)
July 8, August 7, 1930

Reports, 1940

January - August, 1940
August 15, 1940, Real Property Inventory, Harrisburg Metropolitan Area, Harrispurg, Pa., Volume 1, W.P.A. Project # 18670
October 1940, The Proposed Extension of the State Capitol Grounds at Harrisburg, Pa. by Malcolm H. Dill, Planning Consultant. Original and Printed.

box 2

Maps, 1921, 1930, 1939 (1 folder)
Harrisburg City Planning Commission, January 1921, Black on white, 55x34 (1 item)
Harrisburg Plan of Properties Lying North of the Pennsylvania State Capitol, July 16, 1930. Negative photostat, 21x30, incl. Tables of Assessed and Estimated Values, December 19, 1939.
Proposed Connecting Highway and Bridge (State Street Bridge), [undated], photostatm 23x18.
Proposed State Street Bridge, Prepared by the PA Dept. of Highways, drawn by I.S. Heagy, [undated], photostat, 21 1/2x12.

Newspaper Clippings, 1930, 1939
(1 folder)
1930, 1939


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COMMISSION ON LIVING CONDITIONS OF WAR WORKERS CORRESPONDENCE, 1917-1920.
(3 folders)

box 2

General Correspondence, 1917-1920 (1 folder)
Brownlow, Louis, Commissioner, Washington, D.C., 1919
Conarroe, Miss, Superintendent Emergency Aid, Philadelphia, April 14, 1919
Eidlitz, Otto M., Housing Committee, Washington, D.C., 1918
Frankfurter, Hon. Felix, Chairman, War Labor Policies Board, Washington, D.C., 1918
Gold, Rev. H.R., 105 E. 22nd St., --, December 11, 1918
Hiss, Philip, Chairman, Section on Housing, Council of National Defense, NYC, 1917
Kellogg, Paul U., The Survey, November 25, 1918
Richards, John R., Commission of Living Conditions of War Workers, Washington, D.C., 1918-1919
Rockwood, Miss Edith, Exec. Secy., Commission on Living Conditions of War Workers, Washington, D.C., 1919-1920
Veiller, Lawrence, Secy., National Housing Association, NYC, 1918

Miscellaneous Material, 1910
(1 folder)
Program of Disposition for the Housing Relations Entered Into by the War, June 30, 1919 (original and revised sheets)
Tinkham, Hon. George Holden, "Housing and Living Conditions," Speech, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1919

Acts, 1919
(1 folder)


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COMMITTEE ON ZONING CORRESPONDENCE AND ARTICLES, 1921-1938. (7 folders)

box 2

General Correspondence, 1921-1938
Brown, Dr. Arthur E., Harrisburg, (incl. McFarland's address to Rotary Club, January 26, 1931), 1930-1931. (1 folder)
Cowden, E. Clark, Engineer, Harrisburg, 1931.
Eliot, Charles W., Ex-Officer, National Resources Committee, Washington, D.C., (incl. "Proceedings of the Summary Session of the National Zoning Conference," December 13-14, 1937), 1938.
Gries, Dr. John M., Chief, Division of Building and Housing, Washington, D.C., 1922, 1924. (1 folder)
Grinnalds, Jefferson C., Secy., Zoning Commission, Baltimore, MD, 1921.
Hargest, Hon Wm. M., Harrisburg, 1931. (1 folder)
Herman, Edwin S., Harrisburg, December 14, 1931.
Hoffman, Dean, Editor, The Patriot, Harrisburg, December 13, 1930.
Kimball, Miss Theodora, Dept. of Commerce, Washington, D.C., 1922.
Knowles, Morris, Member, Pittsburgh, 1926, 1931 (1 folder)
Phinney, Sedley Hopkins, Ex. Secy., New Jersey State League of Municipalities, Trenton, NJ, 1927 (1 folder)
Taylor, James S., Div. of Building and Housing, Washington, D.C., 1921, 1924-1926, 1929.
Veiller, Lawrence, Secy. and Director, National Housing Association, NYC, 1921, 1926, 1929.
Whitehorn, Earl E., Editor, Electrical World, NYC, 1922.

Articles, 1921-1932, [undated].

Ball, Charles B. "Some Misconceptions of Zoning," undated Flyer, ca. 1922 (1 folder)
Ball, Charles B. "Steps To Take In Zoning Your City," 1 p. flyer, June 1, 1922.
Bassett, Edward M., Receny New York Legislation for the Planning of Unbuilt Areas, Regional Plan of New York, (galley proof), 1926.
Desmond, Thomas H., "Recommendations for Improvement in Sources of Information on Landscape Planning and Landscape Planting," typed notes, 3 pp., [ca. 1931].
"Development and Maintenance," typed, 8 pp., October 1931.
James, Miss Harlan, "The Redemption of the Blighted Areas of Chicago," typed, 8 pp., December 9, 1921.
McFarland, J. Horace, "What Is Zoning?" typed, 27 pp., January 28, 1928.
Proposed Zoning Ordinance, Roanoke, Va., 15 pp, 1932.
["Zoning"], Massachusetts Dept. of Public Welfare, Div. of Housing and Urban Planning, 4pp, (1 folder)
"Zoning, Board of Appeal, Decided Points Relative to General Powers of Boards with Citations," typed, 100 pp., [undated].
Newspaper Clippings, 1931-1932 (1 folder)


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HARRISBURG REGIONAL PLANNING COMMITTEE, (INCL. MUNICIPAL LEAGUE OF HARRISBURG) PAPERS, 1909, 1924-1945. (4 folders)

box 2

General Correspondence, 1909, 1937-1940
Fink, Henry, Harrisburg, April 21, 1939. (1 folder)
Fuertes, James H., Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer, NYC, 1909.
Gross, Alfred A., Highspire, February 1, 1941.
McCormick, Vance C., Chairman, Harrisburg Area Regional Planning Committee, (incl. "Establishment of a Regional Planning Commission for the Harrisburg Area," January 30, 1940.
McFarland, J. Horace, Member, Municipal League, Harrisburg, (incl. "The Work of the Municipal League of Harrisburg"), October 5, 1937.

Reports, 1926, 1931, 1938-1942

December 31, 1926, (Harrisburg, Pa., by National Board of Fire Underwriters)
1931 (Regional Planning - A Digest)
August 30, 1938 ( . . . New Susquehanna Bridge and a System of Bypasses . . .)
December 1-15, 1938 (Wildwood Parkside Freeway)
1939-1940 (Municipal League of Harrisburg)
April 2, 1941 (Tentative Plan for setting up a Harrisburg Area Planning Commission)
1942 (1st Annual)

Addresses and Articles, 1924-1945

Adams, Thomas, "The Social Objective in Regional Planning," Reprint, National Municipal Review, Vol. 15, No. 2, February 1926, pp. 79-87.
Delano, Frederic A., "Regional Planning Next!" Reprint, National Municipal Review, Vol. 13, No. 3, 1924, pp. 141-148.
Dill, Malcolm H., "Comments on Present Plans of the State Highway Department for Improving the Lemoyne Bottleneck," typed, 2 pp., July 29, 1938.
"Five Principal Reasons for Flood Control at Harrisburg," Chamber of Commerce, Harrisburg, February 1945.
Hoffman, Dean, "Harrisburg's City Plan," National Municipal Review, Vol. 14, No. 8, August 1925, pp. 501-505.
McFarland, J. Horace, "The Awakening of Harrisburg," The National Municipal League, Harrisburg, [undated].
McFarland, J. Horace, "The Forward Movement in Harrisburg," 5 pp., [undated].

Maps, 1941, [undated]

"Metropolitan District of Harrisburg, Penna.," Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce, drawn by W.C. Shell, March 14, 1941. Black on white, 22x18 1/2 (1 item)
"Sketch Plans Suggesting Terminal Approaches at Fourth and Chestnut Streets for New Mulberry St. Viaduct, Harrisburg," [undated], tracing on paper, 14x10 (1 item)

Photographs, Harrisburg, 1931-1936, [undated]

Dauphin Street Homes - back yards, before and after, 2 10x8.
Front and Market Streets - heavy truck traffic, ca. 1931-1933, 10x8.
Harrisburg Flood, March 1935, 10x8.
John Harris Mansion, [undated], 2 10x8.
Susquehanna River, [undated], 10x8.
Wild Wood Park, low underpass to, [undated], 8x10 and 4x10.
William Maclay Mansion, [undated], 3 8x10.

Photographs, Paxtang, [undated]

Spring House, [undated].
Subway Entrance, [undated], 2 8x10.

Photographs, West Shore, [undated]

Bottleneck, [undated], 5, 8x10, 4x10.
Duncannon, Airview, [undated], 8x10.
Eichelberger's Corner, Bridge, [undated], 8x10.
Enola Yards, Airview, [undated], 8x10.
Wormleysburg By-Pass, [undated], 8x10.


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ADDRESSES AND ARTICLES ON HORTICULTURE, 1899-1935. (5 folders)

box 3

"Adding Value to the Home," July 12, 1917, typed, 6 pp. (1 folder)
"An American Garden," The Outlook, October 7, 1899, pp. 327-333.
"Apples," The Outlook, April 4, 1902, pp. 794-801; typed, March 6, 1903, 8 pp.
"The Arnold Arboretum in War-Time," August 9, 1919, typed, 9 pp.
"The Awakening of the Trees," The Outlook, April 1, 1905, pp. 803-810; typed, February 8, 1905, 7 pp.
"Beautiful America for Children," April 11, 1904, typed, 4 pp.

Beautiful America Series, Ladies' Home Journal, 1903-1906
. (1 folder)
Monthly Articles, typed (mostly without captions) on such subjects as billboards, trees and Niagara Falls, dated by month and year, averaging 5-8 pages each.
Beautiful America Leaflet #2, typed, 13 pp.

"Beauty of Trees in Winter, January 24, 1903, typed, 7 pp. (1 folder)
"A Century Each Way in American Horticulture," November 28, 1927, typed, 21 pp.
"Christmas Fruits-Where They Grow," December 1904, typed, 7 pp.
"The Country Beautiful," May-June 1905, conducted by J.H. McFarland for Country Calendar.
"The Thoughtless Mutilation of Trees," June 1905, typed, 5 pp.
"Do Nurserymen Sell Enough Roses?" June 23, 1926, typed, 6 pp.
"The Elm and the Tulip, Two Unique American Trees," The Outlook, October 3, 1903, pp. 277-286.
"The Farm Beautiful," June 2, 1908, typed, 6 pp.
"Fruit Gardens," September 10, 1903, typed, 6 pp.
"Gardening for Recreation," March 24, 1930, typed, 8 pp.
"The Growth of the Oak," The Outlook, November 1, 1902, pp. 541-547.
Hardy Border Article for Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture, February 11, 1913, typed, 7 pp. (1 folder)
"Hunting in the May Woods," The Outlook, May 26, 1906, pp. 190-195; typed, March 16, 1906, 5 pp.
"Jackson Dawson," January 25, 1917, typed, 2 pp.
"Just Before Winter," [undated], typed with corrections, 5 pp.
"Making Your Home Grounds Better Looking," February 10, 1926, typed, 4 pp.
"The Morton Arboretum," [undated,] typed, 2 pp.

"My Growing Garden," The Countryside Magazine and Suburban Life, 1915
(1 folder)
I. "The Prospect and the Place," January 1915, pp. 13-15.
II. "The Planning and the Catalogues," February 1915, pp. 79-80.
III. "Getting Into the Ground," March 1915, pp. 139-141.
IV. "Planting of All Sorts, With Some Results," April 1915, pp. 199-200.
V. "Spring Buds and Blooms," May 1915, pp. 165-166.
VI. "The Feast of Flowers," June 1915, pp. 315-316.
VII. "The Feast of Vegetables," July 1915, pp. 11-14.
VIII. "Sober Summer," August 1915, pp. 64-66.
IX. Missing.
X. "The Early Fall Glory," [undated], typed, 11 pp.
XI. "Choosing Your Own Weeds," [undated], typed, 10 pp.
XII. "Putting the Garden to Sleep," [undated], typed, 10 pp.
XIII. "Retrospect and Prospect," [undated], typed, 11 pp.

"New Roses for the New South," [undated], typed, 11 pp.
"Nut-Bearing Trees," February 1, 1903, typed, 10 pp. (1 folder)
"Practicable Publicity Plans for the American Association of Nurserymen," June 29, 1916, typed, 9 pp.
"The Rescue of Our Wild Flowers," [undated], typed, 2 pp.
"Seedsmen and Civic Improvement," , June 26, 1906, typed, 6 pp.
"Some Other Trees," [undated], typed, 23 pp.
"Something About the Pine Family," January 12, 1903, typed, 7 pp.
"A Story of Some Maples," The Outlook, May 3, 1902, typed, 6 pp. (1 folder)
"A Tree Garden to Last a Thousand Years," January 15, 1909, typed, 13 pp. (1 folder)
"The Trees of a Great City," The Outlook, January 27, 1906, pp. 203-210; galley, pp. 301-309; typed, 9 pp.
"The Unconscious Brotherhood," December 13, 1904, typed, 4 pp.
"What About Tree Surgery?" June 2, 1907, typed, 7 pp.
"What Is A Flower Show?" May 8, 1935, typed, 6 pp.
"The Wild Garden of Hardy Plants," January 9, 1903, typed, 7 pp.
"The Willows," June 6, 1903, typed, 9 pp.
"Who Is L.H. Bailey?" [undated], typed, 5 pp.


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NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION (WASHINGTON PLAN) PAPERS, 1916, 1922-1948. (2 folders)

box 3

General Correspondence, 1928, 1947-1948
Crampton, [Hon. Louis Convers, U.S. House, Michigan, Washington, D.C.], April 11, 1928 (1 folder)
Grant, General U.S., III, President, American Planning and Civic Association, Washington, D.C., 1947-1948.
Mellon, A[ndrew] W., Secretary of the Treasury, Washington, D.C., November 13, 1928.

Reports, 1922, [undated].

December 5, 1922, Fred G. Coldren, Chairman, Committee on Parks and Reservations.
[undated], by J.H. McFarland.

Addresses and Articles, 1923-1948

Crampton, Hon Louis C., Congressional Record, vol. 72, No. 37, January 27, 1930, pp. 2533-2547.
Eliot, Charles W., II, "Planning Washington and Its Environs," Reprint, City Planning, vol. 3, No. 3, July, 1927, pp. 3-18.
Ellicott, Wm. A., "A National Forest for the National Capital," Reprint, National Municipal Review, Vol. 12, No. 1, January 1923, pp. 25-29.
Grant, Ulysses S., III, "Planning the Nation's Capital," Confidential from Washington, No. 44, March 1948, pp. 1-8.
James, Harlean, "Power on Parks on the Potomac?" Reprint, American Forests and Forest Life, [undated].
McFarland, Horace J., Washington, [undated], typed, 4 pp.
Phipps, Hon. Lawrence C., "Taxation in the District of Columbia," Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1928, pp. 3-28.
Zihlman, Hon. Frederick N., "History of the National Capital and Work of the National Capital Park and Planning Commission," Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1927, pp. 2-16

Secondary Material, 1916
(1 folder)
Central Heating, Lighting, and Power Plant, Senate, Doc. No. 362, 64th Congress, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1916.

Acts, 1922-1927

1922-1927.


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ADDRESSES AND ARTICLES CONCERNING PHOTOGRAPHY, 1900-1916. (1 folder)

box 3

"Decorating the Home With the Camera or, Photographic Room Decorations," Janiary 1905, typed, 3 pp. (1 folder)
"In Photographig Children . . .," October 10, 1900, typed, 4 pp.
"Photographing Clouds in the Sky," August 1903, typed, 8 pp.
"Photographing for the Civic Good," May 1, 1911, typed, 10 pp.
"Photographing Fruits," March 8, 1901, typed, 3 pp.
"Photography and Civic Improvement," June 2, 1910, typed, 7 pp.
"Photography, Horticultural," January 14, 1916, typed, 7 pp.
"The Photography of Flowers," [undated], typed, 25 pp.
"Real Color Photography - Its Provocations and Possibilities," August 22, 1908, Ms., 15 pp.; typed, 7pp.
"Trimming, Mounting, and Framing," [undated], typed, 8 pp.
Illustrated from Photographs by J.H. McFarland, "A New England Country Road," by L.H. Bailey, The Outlook, June 3, 1899, pp. 275-285.


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PRINTING CORRESPONDENCE, ARTICLES AND LECTURE NOTES, 1905-1947. (4 folders)

box 3

General Correspondence, 1910, 1917, 1930
Gay, Edwin F., Dean, Harvard University, Cambridgem MA, 1910 (1 folder)
Hardy, Arthur C., Prof. of Optics and Photography, M.I.T., Cambridge, MA.
Innes, Wm. T., Innes Publishing Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1930.
Johnson, Harry Lewis, President, Society of of Printers, Boston, MA, 1910.
Pulsifer, Wm. E., Heath and Co., Publishers, NYC, November 5, 1917.
Updike, D.E., The Merrymount Press, Boston, MA, 1910.

Harvard School of Business Lecture Notes, 1911-1912, 1920
On Printing Office management, May 1, 3, 5, 1911
(1 folder)
A. "Organization by Department," May 1, 1911, Ms. (7 6x4 cards).
B. "Mechanical Operation," May 3, 1911, Ms. (3 6x4 cards).
C. "Cost Accounting," May 5, 1911, Ms (8, 6x4 cards).

Printing As a Profession, March 8, April 3, 4, 1912

1. "Printing As a Profession," March 8, 1912, Ms (12, 6x4 cards).
B-1. "Mechanical Operation," April 3, 1912, Ms. (5, 6x4 cards)
C-1. "The Hand on the Trottle," April 4, 1912, Ms. (2, 6x4 cards)

Pictures to Illustrate "The Making of Paper," 1905

1. "Ragman," Sepia, 8x6.
1. "Dusting Rags Before Sorting," Sepia, 9x7.
2. "Duster delivers at left, sorters at work," Sepia, 9x7.
3. "Cutting Rags," Sepia, 9x7.
4. "Second Dusting," Sepia, 9x7.
5. "Rotary Boilers," Sepia, 9x7.
6. "Line of rag washers and beaters," Sepia, 9x7.
7. "Detail of rag washer and beater, Sepia, 9x7.
9. "Wood yard - storage," Sepia, 8x6.
10. "Chipper - cutting up logs," Sepia, 9x7.
11. "Bins of chipped wood," Sepia, 9x7.
12. "Digesters," Sepia, 9x7.
13. "Wet Machine," Sepia, 9x7.
14. "Bleachers for wood pulp," Sepia, 9x7.
15. Wood pulp run into sheets for shipment and export," Sepia, 9x7.
16. "Making of Caustic Liquor," Sepia, 8x6.
17. Yaryan Evaporator," (2 copies), Sepia, 9x7).
18. "Rotary Furnace for burning out resin, etc.," (2 copies), Sepia, 9x7.
20. "Wet end of Fourdrinier," Sepia, 8x6.
22. "West end of Fourdrinier Machine," (Detail), Sepia, 9x7.
23. "Stack of calenders," Sepia, 9x7.
24. "Winding into rolls for calenders," Sepia, 9x7.
25. "Stacks od super calenders," Sepia, 9x7.
26. "Roll stone-roomn" Sepia, 9x7.
27. "Coating Process," Sepia, 9x7.
28. "Mixing Day with glue and color," Sepia, 9x7.
29. "Coating Machines," Sepia, 9x7.
30. "Coated paper hanging in festoons for drying," Sepia, 9x7.
31. "Rotary Citting Machines," Sepia, 9x7.
32. "Other end of cutters," Sepia, 9x7.
33. "Sorting out defective sheets," Sepia, 9x7.
35. "Pumps for supplying filtered water to all parts of the mill," (2 copies), Sepia, 8x6.

Addresses, Articles, Notes, 1905-1947

"The Author as the Printer Sees Him," [undated], Ms., 22 pp.(1 folder)
"Education for Printers," January 17, 1912, Notes, Ms., 9, 6x4 cards.
"Experts of Two Sorts," The Printing Art, Vol. 20, No. 5, January 1913, pp. 349-351.
"The Growing Up of an American Printer," April 28, 1947, typed, 10 pp.
"How the Printer Can Help the Printer - And Others," July 3, 1914. typed, 6 pp.
"How to be Successful, Through a Printer," February 13, 1923, Notes, Ms., 4, 6x4 cards.
"Influence of Printing on Civilization," December 8, 1927, Notes, Ms., 4, 6x4 cards)
"Lo! The Fool Printer," April 20, 1910, typed, 6 pp.
"The Making of Paper," October 13, 1910, typed, 10 pp. (1 folder)
"Mr. McFarland Differs with Mr. Pugh," April 10, 1918, Clipping, The American Printer, [undated].
"More About Printer's Prices," Reprint, The Printing Art, Vol. 26, No. 1, [undated], pp. 3-13.
"Notes for Catalogue Discussion at Meeting American Seed Trade Association in Dallas," June 30, 1936, typed, 11 pp.
"Organization for Printers," October 9, 1912, Notes, 4, 6x4 cards.
"Pennsylvania's Place in the Printing Art," [indated], November 24, 1905, typed, 5 pp.
"Pennsylvania's Relation to the Art of Printing," [undated], Notes, Ms., 2 pp.
"The Printer and Other Business Men," March 14, 1918, Notes, Ms. 6, 6x4 cards.
"The Printer of America," The American Printer, Vol. 50, No. 5, July 1910, pp. 585-587.
"The Printer on the Rear Firing-Line," November 21, 1917, Notes, Ms. 6, 6x4 xards.
"Printer's Terms and other Terms," The Business Balance, Vol. 4, No. 12, December 1917, pp. 1-8, Reprint, Printing Out, April 1916, pp. 1-12.
"Printing as a Profession," [undated], Ms., 25 pp.
"Printing for Profit," Printing, Vol. 9, No. 6, March 15, 1918, Ms. 4, 6x4, Notes, Ms. 5, 6x4.
"Printing, The Mother of Progress," April 13, 1927, Notes, Ms. 4, 6x4 cards.
"Prosperity and the Printer - How They Avoid Each Other," Published by permission of The Printing Art (July 7, 1917), pp. 3-14.
"Protecting Our Industrial Interests," [undated], typed, 14 pp.
"Running on a Reserve Basis," Reprint, The Printing Art, Vol. 21. No. 2, April 1913, pp. 93-95.
"Service in Selling," March 8, 1921, Notes, Ms. 5, 6x4 cards.
"That Number of 'Stone's Impressions' That Told How My Friend Ed Stone Carried Me Back to Some of the Earlier Days of My Printing Experience," [undated], typed, 2 pp.
"What About Printing in 1919?" Printing, Volume 11, No. 3, February 1, 1919, pp. 32-33.
"What Is a Printer?" March 16, 1928, typed, 12 pp., Notes, Ms. 6, 6x4 cards.
"What Is Good Printing?" March 29, 1927, Notes, Ms., 3, 6x4 cards.
"What Is Real Printing Service?" Typothetae Service, Vol. 1, No. 1, August 1, 1919, Notes, Ms. 8, 6x4 cards.
"What Printer's Patron Saint Would Do If He Were Here Today," Typothetae Service, Vol. 1, No. 7, February 1920.
"Where Are We Today In the Printing Business?" Reprint, Direct Advertising, [undated], pp. 9-11, 20-24.
"William Kurtz and the Beginnings of Process Printing," The Inland Printer, August 1943, pp. 29-30.
"William Kurtz, Artist, Illustrator, Investigator," The Inland Printer, June 1895 (Transcribed, typed, 6 pp.).
"Would A University Course of Training Be Desirable For Printers?" January 4, 1910, typed, 17 pp.


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STATE ART COMMISSION CORRESPONDENCE, 1915, 1919-1920. (1 folder)

box 4

General Correspondence, 1915, 1919-1920 (1 folder)
Watts, Harvey M., Editorial Office, The Public Ledger, Philadelphia, 1915, 1919-1920.


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INVITATIONS, 1913-1931, [undated]. (1 folder)

box 4

November 5-6, 1913, Los Angeles Aquaduct and Exposition Park Celebration.
July 20, 1915, Membership in the Academy of Political Science, Columbia University, N.Y.C.
February 24, 1916, International Exposityion de l'Alliance Sociale et Cinque.
December 11, 1917, Membership in the Academy of Political Science, Columbia University, N.Y.C.
April 9, 1918, Societe Academique d'Histoire Internationale.
August 22, 1930, Dedication of Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Bridge.
June 5-6, 1931, Celebration to Commemorate the Scientific Achievements of John Bartram.
[undated], To Meet the Governors of the States and Territories and the Inland Waterways Commission.


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McALISTERVILLE ACADEMY PAPERS, 1859-1866, [undated]. (2 volumes, 1 folder)

box 4

Day Book, January 1, 1859-November 22, 1862 (1 volume)
Attendance Register, Class Grades Book, January 4, 1859-July 13, 1866 (1 volume)
Accounts, 1862 (1 folder)


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Private Papers


PERSONAL DIARIES, 1884-1948. (38 volumes in 11 boxes)

box 1

No. 11 - 1911, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Memoranda and Cash Account) (1 volume)
No. 12 - 1912, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts by Month) (1 volume)
No. 13 - 1913, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts by Month) (1 volume)
No. 14 - 1914, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts, Seed Orders) (1 volume)
No. 15 - 1915, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts, Christmas Mailing List) (1 volume)
No. 16 - 1916, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts, Automobile Expenses) (1 volume)
No. 17 - 1917, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts, Automobile Expenses) (1 volume)
No. 18 - 1918, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts, Automobile Expenses) (1 volume)
No. 19 - 1919, January 3- December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts, Automobile Expenses) (1 volume)
No. 20- 1920, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts) (1 volume)
No. 21- 1921, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts) (1 volume)

box 2

No. 22- 1922, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts) (1 volume)
No. 23- 1923, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Plants Wanted) (1 volume)
No. 24- 1924, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Plants Wanted) (1 volume)
No. 25- 1925, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Plants Wanted) (1 volume)
No. 26- 1926, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts) (1 volume)
No. 27- 1927, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
No. 28- 1928, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
No. 29- 1929, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts) (1 volume)
No. 30- 1930, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts) (1 volume)
No. 30- 1930, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
No. 31- 1931, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
No. 32- 1932, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)

box 3

1933, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts) (1 volume)
1934, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Lecture Income Past Ten Years) (1 volume)
1935, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
1936, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
1937, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
1938, January 1 - December 31 (incl. Cash Accounts) (1 volume)
1939, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
1939, July 1 - September 8, 1941 (Bide-a-Wee, Eagles Mere Park) (1 volume)
1940, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)

box 4

1941, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
1942, January 1 - December 31 (Death of Dr. G.B. McFarland, June 8) (1 volume)
1943, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
1944, April 26- December 31 (1 volume)
1945, January 1 - May 24 (entries in another hand) (1 volume)
1945, January 1 - December 31 (1 volume)
1946, Missing
1947, Missing
1948, January 1 - October 1 (1 volume)

box 5

Address Books
1905-1909 (1 volume)
1921-1928 (1 volume)
1930-1948 (Cards sent, 1930-1946) (1 volume)

Memoranda Books
1932 (1 volume)
1933, February 22 (1 volume)
1944 (1 volume)
Genealogy of McFarland Family (1 folder)

General Correspondence, 1904-1941
Howland, William B., N.Y., 1904 (1 item)
Hyam, Mrs. Emma M.., 1914-1926 (1 folder)
Kingery, Mrs. Hugh M., 1926-1927 (1 folder)
Living Conditions of War Workers, Commission on, 1918 (3 items)
Mount Pleasant Press, 1941 (2 items)
Pennypacker, Hon Samuel W., Harrisburg, 1905 (1 item)
Taft, Hon William H., Washington, D.C., 1926 (1 item)
Doctor's Degree (Honorary), Dickenson College, 1924? (1 item)

Article Mss. Not Published, [undated]
"The Pullman Pig," [undated] 21 pp.
"Some Mountain Gardening," [undated], 11 pp.
[Boyer Joy Giving Car], [undated], 7 pp.

Civic Interests, 1911-1932
Belleview Park Association, 1915-1931 (1 folder)
Plans, Breeze Hill, Belleview Park, 1911-1917 (3 folders)

Accounts, 1884-1948
1884-1948 (3 folders)

box 6

Accounts, 1884-1948
1884-1948 (12 folders)
Christmas Cards, Etc., 1912-1927 (1 folder)
Dinners Attended, 1911-1917 (1 folder)

box 7

Maps, 1917-1941 (1 folders)
Magazines and Pamphlets, 1936-1938 (1 folder)

Photographs, 1911-1934

Burroughs and Muir, Scenery, [undated] (1 folder)
Miscellaneous, McFarland Portrait, Clearing Capitol Park Extension,
[undated] (1 folder)

Portraits of J. F. McFarland:

Blank and Stoller. Inc., April 16, 1930, oversize (5 items)
Harris and Ewing, September 1934, 5 1/2x7 1/2 and 14x10 (3 items)
[undated, ca. 1911] 3 1/2 x 7 (1 item)
Harris and Ewing, February 29, 1932, 10x14 (1 item)
Kazanjian, [undated, ca. 1917], oversize sepia (2 items)
Harris and Ewing?, [undated, ca. 1918] (2 items)
Unidentified men women and children, [undated] (1 item)

box 8

Cartoons, 1926
Majorgraphs, 1926, to J.H. McFarland compliments of The Evening News (Harrisburg) (1 item)

Glass Plates, 1909, [undated]

Portrait of a man with a March 1909 copy of Suburban Life on his knee (1 folder)
Portrait of an unidentified woman [undated] (1 folder)
Rose Bush, [undated] (1 folder)

Memorabilia, [undated]

Memo pads for J.H. McFarland, [undated] (4 items)
Notes, [undated] (1 folder)
Empty folder headings (1 folder)

Books, 1905, 1913

Reflections and Maxims by William Penn, published by Friends Book Store, ca. 1905 (1 volume)
Presbrey's Information Guide for Transatlantic Travelers, 1913 (1 volume)
The Mecca of Methodism by Rev. Burbridge (1 folder)


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MISS HELEN McFARLAND PAPERS, 1902-1956. (1 box)

box 8

Miss Helen McFarland, 1902-1956 (1 box)
Foods and Diets (ref. to canteen), 1942 (1 folder)
Minutes -Harrisburg Deaconess Board of Management, January 1926-1930 (1 volume)
Minutes - Queen Esther Home Missionary Society, November 1902 - December 1907 (1 volume)
Woman's Society of Christian Service, 1954-1956 (3 items)


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COL. GEORGE F. McFARLAND PAPERS, 1862-1873. (3 boxes)

microfilm rolls #4540-4543

box 1

Co. George F. McFarland Papers, 1862-1873
Biographical Sketch, ca. 1874 (from Biographical Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania) (1 item)
Travel Diaries, August 4-12 and 13-22, 1873 (2 volumes)
Letters to Mrs. Addie McFarland and from G.G. McFarland, 1862-1963 (1 folders)

"History of the 151st Regt. Penna. Volunteers," 1862-1863

Mss. and Memoranda collected by Lt. Col. G.F. McFarland, 1862-1863 (14 folders)

box 2

Mss. and Memoranda collected by Lr. Col. G.F. McFarland, 1862-1863 (7 folders)
Official Reports, 3rd Division, 1st Corps, July 28, 1863 - January 30, 1864 (1 volume)

Superintendent Soldiers Orphans Schools, 1862-1870

Reports, 1867-1879 (1 copies for 1868) (6 volumes)

box 3

Reports, 1877-1878, 1881, 1883 (Higbee Superintendent) (4 volumes)
Papers re: Soldiers Schools, 1868-1870 (4 folders)
Miscellaneous Papers, 1868-1870 (4 folders)
Photographs of Gettysburg, ca, 1862-1863 (1 folder)
Message of Governor John W, Geary, Printed, 52 pp, 1869 (1 volume)
Christmas Jubilee Programme, Locust Street Methodist Episcopal Sunday School, December 23, 1869 (2 items)
Nursery Information, 1871 (1 folder)


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LANTERN SLIDES, [ca. 1890-1930]. (over 3,500 items)


box 1

Harrisburg Lantern Slides, [ca, 1890-1905]
H-1 Panoramic View of Harrisburg, Looking South, ca. 1896
H-2 Rockville River Bridge
H-3 "The River Above Harrisburg"
H-4 "How the River View is Shut Off by Bill Boards"
H-5 Dump along Riverbank, Probably Front Street
H-6 Dump along Riverbank in Snow, Probably Front Street
H-7 Tree along Front Street
H-10 Literature Pertaining to Harrisburg League for Municipal Improvement [undated]
H-11 Literature Pertaining to Harrisburg League for Municipal Improvement [undated]
H-12 Site of Proposed Dam at Harrisburg [Conoy Street?]
H-13 "Calculated Depths of Flow over Conoy Street Dam"
H-14 Susquehanna Water Before and after Filtering
H-15 "We Drink Unfiltered Susquehanna River Water . . ."
H-16 "Shooting the Shutes Near Hbg " (Children swimming in Paxton Creek)
H-17 Map of Harrisburg Sewer System [undated]
H-18 "Paxton Creek in Wetzel's Swamp"
H-24 Flood on Paxton Creek
H-27 "Main Entrance to Hbg. Cemetery"
H-32 "Playgrounds in Schoolyards"
H-33 "Playgrounds in Schoolyards"
H-35 Young girl picking dandelions in a schoolyard
H-36 "Yard of a Fire Cp. - As They Do It Themselves"
H-37 "How a Poor Colored Woman Cleaned Up"
H-41 Unidentified Building - Interior View
H-43a Catalpa Tree in Bloom (Reservoir Park?)
H-44 "Reservoir Park, Hbg., PA"
H-45 Canal View Near Harrisburg
H-46 "Old Canal by Swamp - To Be Abandoned"
H-47 "In Wetzel's Swamp - Paxton Creek"
H-48 "Paxton Creek in Wetzel's Swamp"
H-49 "Paxton Creek Above Hbg. - Young Beeches"
H-50 "Iris in Wtezel's Swamp"
H-51 "Grass Walk in Wetzel's Swamp"
H-52 "Rose Wallows in Wetzel's Swamp"

Unnumbered

"Old PA State Capitol Bldg."
"Ruins of Old PA State Capitol Bilg."
"PA's Capitol the Unfinished, but used, 1901" (Interim Capitol)
"Old Elm Toward River and Showing State Street Monument"
Looking Toward River on State Street from Third
Looking Toward Interim Capitol on State Street from Front
"To Show Width of Houses PA One of Hbg. Most Beautiful Sts" (Unidentified House on State Street)
"Refuse Under Low Bridge"
"Flood in Paxton Creek"
"Paxton Creek in South Hbg. Showing Privy"
Dump Along Creek
"Dump Along Paxton Creek"
Row Houses in Hardscrabble
"Beautiful Drive in Wetzel's Swamp"
"Tree Butcher"


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GLASS PLATE NEGATIVES, 1899-1951. (23 boxes)

For complete numerical listing, click here.

Contents Box Floor Slot
       
4 x 5 Negatives: No. 199 - Field of Peonies to No. 1160 - Susquehanna River from Cabin at Cutler's Point Riverview Farm box 1 BM 2164
4 x 5 Negatives: No. 1161 - Susquehanna River Mt. Johnson Peach Bottom Beach Island to No. 1247 - Susquehanna River North Branch from Northumberland Shore box 2 BM 2164
5 x 7 Negatives: No. 5 - Burpee Tomato (close-up) to No. 255 - Horticulture: How to Hybridize an Iris box 3 BM 2165
5 x 7 Negatives: No. 256 - Horticulture: Field of Irises in Bloom to No. 558 - Cincinnati: Dirty Cities box 4 BM 2165
5 x 7 Negatives: No. 559 - Cincinnati: Dirty Cities to No.1137 - Pennsylvania Turnpike: Aerial view box 5 BM 2165
5 x 7 Negatives: No. 1138 - Pennsylvania Turnpike: Interchange and Tunnel Dubois to No. 1252 - Hartford, Connecticut Capitol box 6 BM 2165
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 8 - Burpee: Cucumber-Pepper copy to No. 63 - Burpee: Sweet Peas, seedling, cross - Fordhook Farms box 7 BM 2166
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 64 - Burpee: Sweet Pea Exhibit by W. A. Burpee, Boston, MA to No. 137 - Harrisburg Buildings: Home for the Friendless box 8 BM 2166
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No.138 - Harrisburg Buildings: Old and New Philadelphia and Reading Station to No. 315 - B.H. Farr: Peonies box 9 BM 2167
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 316 - B.H. Farr: Peonies and Mr. Farr to No. 396 - Harrisburg: Barnard Statuary, State Capitol box 10 BM 2167
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 397 - Harrisburg: Barnard Statuary, State Capitol to No. 602 - Niagara Falls: Showing How Bank Has Been Dug Out box 11 BM 2168
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 603 - Niagara Falls: Shelkoff's New Power Plant to No. 675 - Harrisburg: East Capitol Park, North Street box 12 BM 2168
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 676 - Harrisburg: East Captiol Park, South Alley to No. 748 - Harrisburg: Lincoln School and Shacks box 13 BM 2169
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 749 - Harrisburg: Paxton Creek below Mulberry Street Bridge to No. 800 - Fort Hunter: Refreshment Stand and Gas Station box 14 BM 2169
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 801 - Fort Hunter: Gas Station and Hot Lunch (Secrist's) to No. 848 - Albany, NY: Close Up of Mutliated Trees box 15 BM 2185
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 849 - New Haven, CT: State Street, Dump in Rear of Houses to No. 909 - Printing: Making Mould Magnetic Chunk box 16 BM 2185
6.5 x 8 Negatives: No. 910 - Printing: Pasting Machine to No. 1067 - Coxestown: Gas Station and 8 x 10 Negatives: No. 1 - Burpee: Beet (close-up) to No. 17 - Burpee: Zinnias (copy) box 17 BM 2186
8 x 10 Negatives: No. 22 - Burpee: Tomatoes, Sunnybrook to No. 289 - B.H. Farr: Hemerocallis Monarch box 18 BM 2186
8 x 10 Negatives: No. 290 - B.H. Farr: Hemorcallis Monarch to No. 445 - Harrisburg: Pennsylvania State Capitol at Night box 19 BM 2187
8 x 10 Negatives: No. 447 - Harrisburg: New State Captiol, interior to No. 517 - McKeesport: Department of Internal Affairs, Bureau of Municpal, Copy of Map to Improve City's Roads box 20 BM 2187
8 x 10 Negatives: No. 518 - McKeesport: Department of Interal Affairs, Bureau of Municpal, Copy of Map Showing 1921 Assessed Values to No. 880 - Printing: Matrice Trimmer box 21 BM 2203
8 x 10 Negatives: No. 881 - Printing: Keystone Type Foundry to No. 1016 - Carlisle: Dickinson College, Metzgar Hall, Conway Hallway (exterior) box 22 BM 2203
8 x 10 Negatives: No. 1017 - Carlisle: Dickinson College, Metzgar Hall, Conway Hall (exterior) to No. 1109 - Gettysburg: Only Breech Loading Cannons box 23 BM 2171

 


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AUTOCHROMES, circa 1908-1920. (8 boxes)

Contents Box Floor Slot
No. 1 Oranges-Satsuma to No 28 - Peach - Hale box 1 BM 2095
No. 29 - Peaches in a Basket - Hale to No. 57 - Rose - Anna de Diabach box 2 BM 2095
No. 58 - Rose - Madam Abel Chateny to No. 84 - Rose - New Dawn box 3 BM 2096
No. 85 - Roses - Various Varieties to No. 109 - Canna- Wyoming box 4 BM 2096
No. 110 - Canna- Mrs. Karl Kelsey to No. 137 - Ilex box 5 BM 2098
No. 138 - Iris Kaenspferi to No. 167 - Harrisburg F & M Works box 6 BM 2098
No. 168 - Hyacinth Bed, Capitol Park, Harrisburg to No. 174 - Hyacinth Bed, Captiol Park, Harrisburg box 7 BM 2099
Fused Autochromes box 8 BM 2099

 

 


 

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