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View of the orchard. Monk's House (Rodmell, England), undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 562, (121)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in Monk's House album MH-5 are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, George Duckworth, Stella Duckworth, T. S (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Angelica...

View of the orchard. Monk's House (Rodmell, England), undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 562, (125)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in Monk's House album MH-5 are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, George Duckworth, Stella Duckworth, T. S (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Angelica...

View of the orchard. Possibly at Monk's House (Rodmell, England), undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 562, (132)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in Monk's House album MH-5 are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, George Duckworth, Stella Duckworth, T. S (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Angelica...

View of the Rhine River. Rhine Province (Germany), ca. 1935., 1935. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 560, (171)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in this album are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Clive Bell, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, T. S. (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Vivienne Eliot, E. M. (Edward Morgan) Forster, Roger Eliot Fry,...

View of the Seat of Ebenezer Crafts, Esquire, in Roxbury. Solomon Pearson Miles Digital

Item Identifier: HUC 8782.514, HUC 8782.514 (238)
Scope Note: At the time of their creation, the purpose of these documents was to demonstrate a student's mastery of one or more mathematical concepts by applying math to a problem in the real world. However, the enduring value of many of the theses lies in the fact that they are works of art.As a group, the theses demonstrate a change, in society at large, from the concerns of the late 18th century to those of the industrial revolution. As...

View of the streets of Souillac (France), 1937., 1937. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 562, (68)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in Monk's House album MH-5 are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, George Duckworth, Stella Duckworth, T. S (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Angelica...

View of the village of Rodmell. East Sussex (England), undated. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 562, (85)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in Monk's House album MH-5 are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, George Duckworth, Stella Duckworth, T. S (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Angelica...

View of the village of Thorney (Cambridgeshire, England), 1938., 1938. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 562, (137)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in Monk's House album MH-5 are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, George Duckworth, Stella Duckworth, T. S (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Angelica...

View of town in Albi (France), 1937., 1937 Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 562, (71)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in Monk's House album MH-5 are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Leonard Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, George Duckworth, Stella Duckworth, T. S (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Angelica...

[View of town in California? photograph] Digital

Item — unspecified: UAV 630.271 Box 37Identifier: UAV 630.271, Image Number 249
Scope of the collection: These are a subset of the records of the Harvard College Observatory. These photographs depict the staff activities including travel and research, of the Harvard College Observatory as well as the the landscape, buildings, and equipment in Cambridge and at observatory stations in Colorado, California, Jamaica, and South America (chiefly Peru). Research was primarily astronomical, but also included some meteorological observation.