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Studio portraits of chiefly French literary figures by commercial photographer G.L. Manuel Freres.
Photographic prints of art and architecture in Venice and the Veneto; includes some general city views and street scenes. Photographed by Osvaldo Böhm, Carlo Naya, and others.
Photographs, attributed to "Donohugh" by the donor, from a trip, possibly made by a Methodist Episcopal (M.E.) Church group, mostly through Central and Eastern Europe, with visits to sites in Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Austria, and Holland.
Photographs of colonial New England architecture taken by Arthur C. Haskell between 1934 and 1950.
The Thomas Jacoby Photographic Archive of Early Christian Churches of Syria in the Fine Arts Library, 1973-1976, predominant 1975
Photographic images of churches and Christian antiquities in Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Italy, and Turkey. Tom Jacoby's pictorial archive documents, in both black & white and color, an important stage in the history of Christian architecture. Syria's early Christian churches bear witness to a major cultural crossroads reflecting influences from the Roman basilica model to Eastern styles with the surmounting dome to temple architecture.