Manville PC-581 - History

Manville PC-581 - History

Manville

A borough of north-central New Jersey known for its manufactured goods, farm products and stone quarries.

(PC-581: dp. 280; 1. 173'8"; b. 23'; dr. 6'6"; s. 20.2 k. cpl. 59; a. 13", 1 40mm., 5 20mm.; el. PC-461)

Manville (PC-581) was laid down as PC-581 by Albina Engine & Machine Works, Inc., Portland, Oreg., 12 February 1942; launched 8 July 1942; sponsored by Mrs. P. I,. Symons; and commissioned 9 October 1942, Lt. Comdr. Mark E. Dennett in command.

PC-581 departed Portland 11 October for a shakedown cruise before arriving at the Naval Station, Treasure Island, San Francisco Bay, the 26th to perform escort and patrol duty. On 14 December the submarine chaser steamed for Humboldt Bay, Eureka, Calif., where, upon arrival the next day, she was assigned to a patrol-escort unit of the 12th Naval District.

While oil patrol off Humboldt Bay the night of 23 January, PC-581 participated in the rescue operation for Army transport San Diego, wrecked and abandoned off St. George's Reef. She took on 25 survivors.

On 3 February the ship returned to San Francisco Bay. From 17 June until 27 July PC-581 served off Seattle, Wash. On I August she arrived at Dutch Harbor, Alaska, to operate in the Aleutians until 29 November.

PC 581 then departed for Pearl Harbor arriving 7 December to be assigned to the Hawaiian Sea frontier. On 15 April 1944 %he reported to the 5th Amphibious Force to train for the invasion of Saipan, Marianas, 15 June. She got underway for the 'Marianas 25 May as part of a task group screen, arrived off Blue Beach, Saipan, 15 June and served as control vessel for landing craft through the 17th. For the next month the submarine chaser performed escort and patrol service.

PC-581 took station as control vessel again during the invasion of Tinian 24 July. Shortly after Tinian was secured 2 August, she returned to Saipan for patrol-escort operations. On the 14th the ship rescued two survivors of a B-24 which crashed while returning from the Bonin Islands. Nine days later she captured two Japanese soldiers attempting to escape from Tinian in a cardboard carton on top of an automobile innertube. The ship underwent 18 enemy air raids during service in the Marianas before her departure 2 March 1945 for Pearl Harbor.

She returned to the Marianas after overhaul, arriving off Guam I June. The PC continued air-sea rescue operations, saving some 20 U.S. airmen, until 22 June when she began the first of three round trips as escort between the Marianas and Iwo Jima. On 23 November PC-581 departed Guam for the west coast, via Eniwetok and Pearl Harbor, reaching San Diego 14 December.

In early January 1946, PC-581 got underway for New York via the Panama Canal and Miami, Fla., arriving the 23d. She stood out from New York 17 April for Norfolk, Va., and sailed 18 May for the Caribbean. Following a year of patrol-escort duty between Trinidad and San Juan, P.R., she departed San Juan 1 April 1947, arriving Charleston, S.C., 29 May.

With Newport, R.I., as her homeport beginning 8 August PC-581 spent the next 10 years operating off the east coast and in the Caribbean. On 15 February 1956 she was named Manville.

Arriving Green Cove Springs, Fla., 17 February 1959, Manville entered the Atlantic Reserve Fleet, and decommissioned 27 March 1959. Manville was struck from the Navy list I April 1960 following transfer 24 March 1960 under the Military Assistance Program to the Republic of Indonesia, whom she now serves as Torani (318).


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Manville High School is named one of the top High Schools in the United States!

U.S News and World Report have ranked Manville High School in the top 30 percent of all high schools nationwide, representing a significant rise over prior years.

This accomplishment results from our collective focus on academic achievement and belief in the abilities of our students. It also reflects upon the work ethic and dedication of our faculty and staff who have worked tirelessly to provide a quality education during these challenging times.

Congratulations to the students of Manville High School for helping our district achieve this honor!

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Manville: Life and Tragedy


Sunday, January 22, 2017

2:00 P.M.
Blackstone Valley Historical Society
North Gate
1873 Old Louisquisset Pike
Lincoln, RI 02865
Upstairs Hall

Selections from the movie Senetchonet to Manville: A Journey Through Time

Nestled in the northern part of the Town of Lincoln, Rhode Island, Manville is a quiet community that is proud of its working heritage. However, that lifestyle was shaken in 1955 with two terrible disasters that altered its way of life forever.

Join the Blackstone Valley Historical Society as it debuts a tribute to Manville by Roger Gladu, who has been a part of the community for his lifetime. Sections of his video, Part I, will introduce the community, show the working environment in the early 20 th century, and the natural disasters that, except for the strong will of the people, could have wiped out Manville forever.

Susan Clarke, Program Manager of the Society, will narrate parts of the video concerning the products made in the factories during those times, interspersed with recorded sections of several persons who did, in fact, work in the major mill. This presentation will be a wonderful introduction to Manville as a quiet, peaceful region that, despite major adversity, still is a proud part of the Blackstone region.

This program is free, but donations are gratefully accepted, and all interested persons are invited to join the organization.


Manville PC-581 - History

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Hazen Collection of Band Photographs and Ephemera

Hazen Collection of Band Photographs and Ephemera

3 series: (1) photographs (2) ephemera and (3) resources in American band history. Series 1 has 7 sub-series: (1) ambrotypes (2) tintypes (3) stereographs (4) cabinet prints (5) cartes-de-visite (6) large mounted photoprints and (7) postcards. Series 2 has 7 sub-series: (1) company ephemera (2) band ephemera (3) music (4) periodicals (5) oversized paper ephemera (6) artifacts (3-dimensional) and (7) folio-size broadsides. Geographical arrangement within postcard and stereograph sub-series.

Unrestricted research use on site. Researchers must handle unprotected photographs with gloves.

Large collection of photographs, picture postcards, printed ephemera, and music related to the brass band movement in the United States: includes 8 ambrotypes, 36 tintypes, 59 stereographs, 66 cabinet prints, 90 cartes-de-visite, 150 large photoprints, and 874 picture postcards also posters, concert programs, instrument manufacturers' advertisemements and ephemera, periodicals, sheet music, etc.

Hazen Collection of Band Photographs and Ephemera, ca. 1818-1931, Archives Center, National Museum of American History.

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Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Other intellectual property rights may apply. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.

Collection purchased from Dr. Robert Hazen, May 23, 1985 (1988.3028).

Dr. Robert M. Hazen, purchase, late 1986 (1988.3029) and Dr. Robert M. Hazen, purchase, March 3, 1987 (1988.3030).

Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hazen formed this collection in conjunction with their research on the American brass band movement.

Items collected by Dr. and Mrs. Hazen from various sources, especially commercial dealers, over a period of several years, then offered to the Archives Center, through the Division of Musical Instruments (later Musical History and now Division of Cultural ad Community Life) acquired in three separate transactions.

Collection processed by Margaret Hazen, 1990

Programs -- Concerts Posters Stereographs Sheet music -- Manuscripts -- 19th century Picture postcards Postcards Pillows -- Photographs Photographs -- 1850-1900 Photographs -- 1900-1950 Musicians -- 1900-1950 Textile fabrics -- Photographs on Music ensembles -- Photographs Ephemera Musicians -- 1830-1880 Musical instruments -- Photographs Cabinet photographs Brass bands -- Photographs Cartes-de-visite Cabinet prints Ambrotypes Advertisements Bandstands Bands (Music) -- Photographs Photographs -- 1890-1900 Newspapers Periodicals Photographs Series 1 Ambrotypes 1.1 Musician holding E-flat keyed bugle. 1/4 plate with gilt frame. Some emulsion damage. Bugle is a copper instrument with flat keys. 1 1 Trumpet player in concert dress. 1/4 plate. Instrument is an unusual trumpet in the key of F with four rotary valves. 1 2 New Hampshire soldier with B-flat circular cornet. 1/4 plate, fine case. Unusual top-action rotary valve cornet of the Civil War period. 1 3 Musician holding overshoulder B-flat cornet with Alien valves. 1/6 plate, cased. 1 4 Musician holding upright E-flat altohorn with Berliner valves. 1/6 plate with gilt frame. 1 5 Musician with upright B-flat cornet with Berliner valves. 1/6 plate with gilt frame. Some emulsion damage. 1 6 Musician with cornopean, ca. 1855. 1/4 plate, tinted, cased. 1 7 Clarinetist, ca. 1855. 1/6 plate, tinted, cased. Instrument appears to be a five-key boxwood clarinet. 1 8 Tintypes 1.2 Seven-piece band. 1/4 plate, cased. Some surface abrasion. Possibly a family band. Instrumentation includes four overshoulder horns, two additional brass instruments, and a large rope drum. (TIN 1) 1 1 Civil War soldier with unusual overshoulder E-flat tuba. 1/6 plate, gilt frame. (TIN 2) Young man holding E-flat overshoulder saxhorn. 1/6 plate in half case. (TIN 3 1 3 Uniformed cornetist, possibly a Naval musician. 1/6 plate, cased. Instrument is a B-flat rotary valve cornet. (TIN 4) 1 4 Uniformed bandsman with E-flat tuba. 1/6 plate, cased. Rotary-valved instrument. Probably manufactured in Boston, ca. 1875. (TIN 5) 1 5 Musician with E-flat keyed bugle. 1/6 plate in half case. 1863 tax stamp on back. Bugle is an unusual instrument with curved keys. Negative #87-14042. (TIN 6) 1 6 Union corporal holding upright soprano saxhorn. 1/8 plate, cased. Image is highlighted with gold paint. (TIN 7) 1 7 Civilian holding overshoulder E-flat cornet. 1/8 plate, cased. Instrument with piston valves. (TIN 8) 1 8 Pair of musicians with circular cornet and violin. 1/6 plate in half case. B-flat cornet with four top-action rotary valves. (TIN 9) Images Without Cases Musicians 1 9 Bass drummer. 1/6 plate, tinted. Image is marked, "Tel(?) City, Ind./Star Band." (TIN 10) 1 10 Musician holding E-flat altohorn. 1/6 plate in paper mat. Instrument is Boston-style horn with side-action rotary valves, ca. 1875. (TIN 11) 1 11 Musician with E-flat piston valve tuba, ca. 1890. 1/6 plate in paper mat. (TIN 12) 1 12 Cornetist holding B-flat rotary valve instrument. 1/6 plate. Cornet is bell-front model with side-action valves. (TIN 13) 1 13 Uniformed musician with overshoulder E-flat altohorn, ca. 1870. 1/6 plate. (TIN 14) 1 14 Musician with B-flat soprano saxhorn, ca. 1870. 1/6 plate. (TIN 15) 1 15 Gentleman in top hat holding B-flat trumpet. 1/6 plate. Instrument has rotary valves, ca. 1870. (TIN 16) 1 16 Musician with B-flat trumpet. 1/6 plate. Instrument has top-action rotary valves instrument case rests at the feet of the musician. (TIN 17) 1 17 Musician with circular B-flat cornet. 1/8 plate in paper mat. Instrument has rotary valves, ca. 1865. (TIN 18) 1 18 Uniformed soldier with B-flat Schreiber horn. 1/6 plate. Soldier wears a plumed hat tinted blue. Negative #87-14048. (TIN 31) 1 19 Uniformed E-flat tenor horn player, ca. 1880. 1/6 plate. (TIN 23) 1 20 Bandsman with E-flat overshoulder altohorn. 1/6 plate. Instrument has rotary valves. (TIN 38) 1 21 Two musicians with E-flat overshoulder tuba and violin. 1/6 plate, damaged. Image ca. 1870. (TIN 22) 1 22 Two Civil War soldiers with overshoulder E-flat tuba. 1/8 plate, cut down. Instrument has three Berliner valves. (TIN 21) 1 23 Two bandsmen with E-flat trombone and B-flat cornet, ca. 1885. 1/6 plate. Both instruments have piston valves. S. Musicians are wearing plumed band helmets. (TIN 19 1 24 Two bandsmen with cornet and altohorn. 1/8 plate. Instruments possibly by the Boston Musical Instrument Company. Negative #87-14097. (TIN 28) 1 25

Two bandsmen with cornet and altohorn. 1/8 plate. Instruments possibly by the Boston Musical Instrument Company. Negative #87-14097. (TIN 28)

Circa late 19th century English . 1 28

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Image: Two bandsmen with cornet and altohorn, possibly by the Boston Musical Instrument Company. Photographer unidentified.

Musicians -- 1850-1880 -- U.S. Bandsmen -- 1850-1880 -- U.S. Cornet -- Photographs -- 1850-1880 Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1850-1880 Altohorns -- Photographs Photographs -- 1850-1900 Tintypes Boston Musical Instrument Company Two cornetists. 1/6 plate. One cornet has rotary valves and the other is equipped with Berliner valves. Negative #87-14098. (TIN 29) 1 26 Two cornetists. 1/6 plate. Instruments are long-model B-flat cornets with top-action rotary valves. Both musicians have belt buckles inscribed "WBCB." Negative #87-14099. (TIN 30) 1 27 Two bandswomen with B-flat cornet and E-flat tuba, ca. 1890. 1/6 plate. (TIN 20) 1 28 Three musicians with cornet, violin, and banjo. 1/6 plate, tinted. (TIN 27) 1 29 Child with toy trumpet, ca. 1870. 1/12 (?) plate. (TIN 33) Images Without Cases: Bands 1 30 Nine-piece band, ca. 1885. 1/4 plate, bent and damaged. Possibly a town band. (TIN 26) 1 31 Washington Band of Holnesburg, ca. 1865. 1/4 plate. Musicians wear Civil War-style uniforms and some appear with overshoulder instruments. Band is posed outside near shipyard. Negative #87-14100. (TIN 32) 1 32 Fourteen-piece band, ca. 1868. Image is dark and blurred, but musicians with overshoulder instruments near American flag are visible. Negative #87-14101. (TIN 24) 1 33 Fourteen-piece saxhorn band, ca. 1870. 1/4 plate. Negative #87-14102. (TIN 25) 1 34 Concordia Brass Band, ca. 1890. 1/4 plate. Instrumentation includes nine piston-valve instruments, one clarinet, and three percussion. (TIN 35) 1 35 Unidentified band. 1/4 plate. Instrumentation includes twelve brass instruments and two percussion. Musicians wear civilian dress and pose outdoors. Negative #87-14276. (TIN 37) 1 36 Stereographs 1.3

General Sherman's Band at his Headquarters, Beaufort, S.C. John C. Taylor (Hartford, Connecticut), photog. Round corners, orange mount. "War Views, 1861-1865," No. 36. Bandsmen appear on steps of house beneath a large flag. Negative #87-13992. (ST 48) 2 1 General Sherman's Headquarter Band. John C. Taylor (Hartford, Connecticut), photog. Round corners, small orange mount. "War Views, 1861-1865," No. 39. (ST 49) 2 2 U. S. Military Academy Band, West Point, N.Y. 2 3 Ninth U.S. Cavalry Regiment with band, 30 May 1880. Wittick & Bliss (Santa Fe, New Mexico), photog. Large tan mount. Black band inarches at head of black regiment. Detailed street scene with mountains in background. Negative #87-13995. (ST 4) 2 4 U.S. Army Parade, GAR Encampment, Washington, D.C. Berry, Kelley & Chadwick (Chicago), publ. 1902. large band leads parade. Post Office tower appears in background. (ST 46) 2 5 U. S. Army Regimental Band, ca. 1875. P. G. Anderson (Radfield, Dakota), photog. Large orange mount. Drum major appears with formally posed band. Negative #87-14103. (ST 2) 2 6 Small British band, Ca. 1855. Small tan mount. Hand-tinted. Informally posed quintet, including trombone, alto-horn, cphicleide, boxwood clarinet and bugle. Studio scene. Negative #87-14043. (ST 1) 2 7 The Inaugural Parade on Penna. Avenue. The Capitol in distance. Inauguration of President Roosevelt, Washington. H. C. White Co. (Bennington, Vermont), publ. 1905. Grey board mount. H. C. White Co. #9919. (ST 40) 2 8 Sousa's Famous Marine Band Playing on South Steps of Treasury Building, Washington, D.C. Keystone View Co., publ. Heavy grey mount. Keystone #19089. (ST 56) 2 9

Sousa's Famous Marine Band Playing on South Steps of Treasury Building, Washington, D.C. Keystone View Co., publ. Heavy grey mount. Keystone #19089. (ST 56)

Sousa's Famous Marine Band Playing on South Steps of Treasury Building, Washington, D.C. [stereograph] Keystone View Company

Silver gelatin on paper, mounted.

Sousa's Famous Marine Band Playing on South Steps of Treasury Building, Washington, D.C. [stereograph].

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History of Sousa and band on back of the card.

Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910. Marines U.S. -- Photographs Musicians -- 1900-1950 Washington (D.C.) -- 1900-1910 Photographs -- 1900-1910 Stereographs

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932

United States. Department of the Treasury Band posed near Old Cathedral, St. Augustine, Florida, ca. 1875. Florida Club, publ. Small yellow mount. "St. Augustine Views." Casually posed bandsmen, probably before or after a concert. Negative #87-14104. (ST 27) 2 10 Indiana band. Indiana College of Fine Arts and Photography, publ. Small green mount. "Picturesque Wabash." Negative #87-14105. (ST 14) 2 11 Indiana band. Indiana College of Fine Arts and Photography, publ. Small orange mount. "Picturesque Wabash." Pencilled notation on back reads: "City Band on Charly Creek." Same band as in number 11 but different pose. Negative #87-14106. (ST 13) 2 12 Manhattan (Kansas) Cornet Band. Large pink mount. Black boy is seated in front of band. Back of card lists other Kansas views for sale by L. A. Ramsour. Negative #87-14107. (ST 7) 2 13 Maine Band, ca. 1870. Henry Bailey (Augusta, Maine), publ. Large orange mount. Sixteen musicians appear in front of ornate wooden bandstand. (ST 55) 2 14

Maine Band, ca. 1870. Henry Bailey (Augusta, Maine), publ. Large orange mount. Sixteen musicians appear in front of ornate wooden bandstand. (ST 55)

Band in a boat, Bryant's Pond. Small tan mount. Fifteen bandsmen, including two drummers, play in the middle of the pond. Scullers also appear in this view. Negative #87-14082. (ST 19) 2 15 Payne's 2nd Regiment Band of Lewiston. Late grey board mount. Image shows bandsmen relaxing during a parade. (ST 34) 2 16 Band on excursion party to Old Orchard Beach, Maine. IXirgan (Portland, Maine), photog. Small orange mount. Small crowd gathers with band on the beach. Negative #87-14108. (ST 24) 2 17 5th Maryland Regiment with band and drum corps on Boston Common, 17 June 1875. T. Lewis (Cambridgeport, Mass.), photog. Small orange mount. Band appears as part of celebration of the Centennial of the Battle of Bunker Hill. (ST 36) 2 18 Gordon (Mass.) Silver Cornet Band, ca. 1870. G. S. Morse (West Boxford, Mass.), photog. Large yellow mount. Eleven musicians appear in wooded setting. Good, clear view of a typical brass band. NegativeX 2 19 Newburyport (Mass.) Band, ca. 1880. H. P. Macintosh (Newburyport, Mass.), publ. "Views of Newburyport and Vicinity." Negative #87-14110. (ST 47) 2 20 Band and audience seated in Martin's Hall, North Mams, Massachusetts, 10 Sept. 1874. W. P. Kurd, photog. Large orange mount. Negative #89-12129. (ST 42) 2 21 Salem (Mass.) Band on parade, ca. 1870. Perkins & Lefavour (Salem, Mass.), photog. Small tan mount. "P. Gilmore marched by" is pencilled in on back. Negative #87-14111. (ST 26) 2 22 Labor Day Parade, Worcester, Massachusetts. L. G. Strand (Worcester, Mass.), photog. Small orange mount. (ST 41) 2 23 Massachusetts town band. Geo. T. Putnam (Barre, Mass.), photog. Small yellow mount. Nineteen musicians pose in front of decorated monument with church in background. (ST 32) 2 24 Band at encampment. Chamberlain (Southbridge, Mass.), publ. Small yellow mount. Probably a militia band hired to furnish music at military exercises. Negative #87-14112. (ST 3) 2 25 Fraternal Order of Eagles Marching up Administration Way, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo. Standard Scenic Co. (Meadville, Pennsylvania), publ. 1906. Grey board mount. Band leads Eagles up steps of one of the central exhibition buildings. Other exhibition halls in view in background. (ST 37) 2 26 Claremont (N.H.) Cornet Band, 15 July 1873. H. G. Mclntire (Concord, N.H.), publ. Band was photographed at the hundredth birthday celebration of the last man to remember the Revolutionary War. Negative #87-14113. (ST 29) 2 27 Claremont (N.H.) Cornet Band, 15 July 1873. J. Parker, Jr. (Newport, N.H.), photog. and publ. Same view as number 27. (ST 50) 2 28 Echo Lake, Franconia Notch. Kilburn Brothers (Littleton, N.H., photog. and publ. Kilburn #133. View of eight bandsmen in a boat, ca. 1865. Negative #87-14036. (ST 20) 2 29 Echo Lake, Franconia Notch. Kilburn Brothers (Littleton, N.H.), photographer and publisher. Kilburn #133. Same Franconia-area view as number 29, but lighter resolution. "S. Anna Coggeshall" is stamped on back of card. (ST 53) 2 30 Nashua (N.H.) Cornet Band, ca. 1870. Spaulding, photog. Small orange mount. Band appears in front of large crowd gathered near large house. Negative #87-14114. (ST 15) 2 31 Parade. E. D. Ward (Lake Village, N.H.), photog. Small orange mount. Negative #87-14115. (ST 10) 2 32 Black River (N.Y.) Cornet Band, ca. 1875. Small tan mount. Twelve elegantly attired musicians pose with instruments. Negative #87-14116. (ST 23) 2 33 Parade, Dolgeville, New York. Small tan mount. Banner across street reads "Tryon H & L Co." Negative #87-14076. (ST 11) 2 34 Parade, Dolgeville, New York. Small tan mount. Same parade as depicted in number 34 but different band. Three women appear in foreground of this view. Negative #87-14117. (ST 12) 2 35 Summer House, Fort William Henry Hotel, Lake George, N. Y. S. R. Stoddard (Glen Falls, N.Y.), publ. Small green mount. Band is shown playing in small gazebo on hotel grounds. Negative #87-14118. (ST 6) 2 36 F. C. Babcock Cornet Band of Hornellsville, New York. Small orange mount. Photograph was probably taken in Canaseraga, N.Y. (ST 43) 2 37 Coney Island, N.Y.—Music Pavilion, Manhattan Beach. Yellow mount. Small audience but no band in scene. (ST 52) A/e^. A^9- 7/-/^£?. 2 38 Music Stand, Central Park, New York, N.Y. Barnum, photog. Small tan mount. (ST 44) 2 39 Gilmore's Band on Grand Hotel Piazza, Saratoga Springs. Baker & Record (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.), photog. Small orange mount. Baker & Record #53. (ST 39) /VW. Ab. 2 40 Band playing on the grounds of the Clarendon Hotel, Saratoga, N.Y., ca. 1870. Small yellow mount. Bandsmen are seated casually in a circle on the grass. Negative #87-14119. (ST 17) 2 41 Fifth New York Regiment Band. W. L. Hall (Trumansburg, N.Y.), publ. Small orange mount. Fourteen musicians plus drum major appear at encampment. (ST 35) 2 42 Band in a corral. W. L. Hall (Trumansburg, N.Y.), photog. Orange mount. Thirteen musicians stand inside a fenced area. (ST 51) 2 43 Firemen's parade, ca. 1875. Large orange mount. Negative #87-14126. (ST 18) 2 54 Band, ca. 1868. Large orange mount. Bandsmen pose in front of building decorated with flags. Negative #87-14127. (ST 21) 2 55 Town band, ca. 1875. Large orange mount. Eleven brass players, plus drummer and helper, comprise this band. Negative #87-14128. (ST 22) 2 56 Boys' band. Small yellow mount. Card lacks stereo effect because both views are taken from the same spot. A man in top hat appears in center of left view only. (ST 30) 2 57 Band with horse-drawn wagon. Small yellow mount. J (ST 33) 2 58 Two brass players. Rand & Latto (Boston), photog. 7 2 59 Cabinet Prints 1.4 Louis Bentz with B-flat keyed bugle. Warren (Boston and /98ti Cambridgeport), photog. Outstanding image of this musician who served for forty years in the U. S. Military Academy Band. Some openings in his bugle are partially plugged in this view. Negative #87-14129. (CAB 59) 3 1 Cornetist, ca. 1875. Gardner & Frey (Utica, N.Y.), photog. E-flat cornet with three rotary valves. "S D & C M B" appears on cap. Negative #87-14130. (CAB 32) 3 2 Band at Sanitary Fair, Philadelphia, ca. 1863. James Cremer (Philadelphia), publ. Small yellow mount. Negative #87-14120. (ST 57) 2 44 Post Mills (Vermont) Cornet Band, ca. 1875. Small yellow mount. Sixteen bandsmen, including two holding woodwinds, pose near a brick house. Negative #87-14121. (ST 28) 2 45 Band on veranda of the National Home For Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Fort Monroe, Virginia. E. H. Hart (Philadelphia), publ. Large mount. Number 88 in publisher's series. (ST 31) Left, neg. # 91-2453. 2 46 [Band at National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers : stereograph]

Silver gelatin on paper, mounted.

[Band at National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers : stereograph]

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Virginia band on veranda, near Fort Monroe, Va.

OPPS Neg. 91-2453 (left half of stereograph). Copyright expired public domain, but the Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Permission to reproduce available through Archives Center.

Bands (Music) -- 1890-1900. Soldiers -- Stereographs. Musicians -- Stereographs Fort Monroe (Va.) -- 1890-1900 Photographs -- 1850-1900 Stereographs -- 1890-1910 National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers -- Stereographs Forestry Building at Lewis and Clark Exposition. E. L. Clement (Downer's Grove, 111.), publ. Grey mount. Band, seated in foreground, plays in large exhibition hall where tree trunks serve as columns. (ST 58) 2 47 Gilmore's Band. Underwood & Underwood, publ. Five children, holding a variety of instruments, pretend to be a band. Negative #87-14018. (ST 54) 2 48 Dot Wagner music vas almost human sometimes. Underwood & Underwood, publ. 1902. Comic view of helicon player using a baby as a mute. (ST 45) 2 49 Dyer's band, ca. 1865. Small orange mount. Uniformed musicians pose in street. Negative #87-14122. (ST 8) 2 50 Haydenville Band, ca. 1870. Negative #87-14123. (ST 9) 2 51 Town band, ca. 1865. Small orange mount. Fourteen musicians, including many with overshoulder horns, gather on residential street. Negative #87-14124. (ST 5) 2 52 Band at encampment, ca. 1865. Hart, photog. Small orange mount. "Fairground" is pencilled in on back. Negative #87-14125. (ST 16) 2 53 Cornetist from the 7th Regiment Band, Saratoga, N.Y. Oilman (N.Y.), photog. B-flat piston valve cornet. (CAB 20) 3 3 Cornetist. J. Beardsley (Ithaca, N.Y.), photog. Negative #87-14131. (CAB 28) 3 4 Cornetist. New York (Williamsport, Perm.), photog. Engraved B-flat piston valve cornet manufactured by Distin Company. Negative #87-14132. (CAB 22) 3 5 Cornetist in military attire. Gray (Boston), photog. B-flat piston valve cornet. (CAB 43) Pair of musicians with cornet and violin. Bros. (Eugene, Ore.), photog. (CAB 42) 3 7 Young cornetist with B-f lat piston cornet. Oval portrait on mount. (CAB 54) 3 8 Young cornetist in Zouave-style uniform, 1901. Pritchard, photog. (CAB 34) 3 9 Young female cornetist. Gurley & Harris (Utica, N.Y.), photog. B-flat piston valve instrument. Negative #87-14133. (CAB 24) 3 10 Two young female cornetists with B-flat piston valve instruments. Johnson Studio (Cazenovia and Watertown, N.Y.), photog. B-flat piston valve instrument. Older man, probably the teacher and/or their father, poses with the girls. Negative #87-14016. (CAB 25) 3 11 Young alto horn player. E-flat instrument with rotary valves. Portrait of un identified man appears on back of card. (CAB 38) 3 12 Alto horn player, ca. 1890. Bergeron Reichert, successor to F. W. Manville (Sheboygan, Wis.), photog. Bell-front "solo alto" piston valve instrument. "BCB" appears on cap. Reputedly the same musician portrayed in image number 12. (CAB 45) 3 13 Tenorhorn player. A. Hopkins (Palmyra, N.Y.), photog. B-flat tenorhorn with piston valves. Negative #87-14134. (CAB 21) 3 14 Tenorhorn player in military dress, ca. 1870. "* B-flat instrument with three top-action rotary valves. "C. N. Mead, Crown Point" is pencilled in as identification for either the photographer or the musician. Negative #87-14135. (CAB 26) 3 15 Baritone player. A. A. Thompson (Ravenna, Ohio), photog. B-flat baritone with three top-action rotary valves. Negative #87-14136. (CAB 29) 3 116 Trombonist in military uniform. J. C. Brewster (San Buenaventura, Cal.), photog. B-flat rotary valve instrument. Negative #87-14137. (CAB 19) 3 117 Trombonist. Stryker, photog. B-flat piston-valve trombone. (CAB 47) 3 118 Trombonist—George Spannatuss (?). Donnelly (New Haven, Conn.), photog. B-flat slide trombone. Negative #87-14138. (CAB 27) 3 19 Georg Brokesch, French Horn player in formal attire. (Leipzig), photog. (CAB 51) 3 20 E-flat, Tuba player in military dress, ca. 1865. overshoulder tuba. (CAB 33) 3 21 Tuba player. Fritz (Reading, Perm.), photog. E-flat side-action rotary valve tuba of Boston style. "Winona" appears on cap. Negative #87-14139. (CAB 30) 3 22 Tuba player. A. N. Camp "1891" (Jamestown, N.Y.), photog. E-flat Berliner piston valve instrument. Musician is black. Negative #87-14140. (CAB 23) 3 23 Young snare drummer ("Charley") in uniform, ca. 1890. Imperial (San Francisco), photog. Rope tension drum. Negative #87-14141. (CAB 31) 3 24 Young snare drummer in uniform, large mount. (CAB 41) Small oval portrait in 3 25 Flautist in formal concert attire. Bailey (Marquette, Mich.), photog. Posed in playing position with ivory and dark-wood flute. (CAB 52) 3 26 Flautist in formal concert attire. Georg Brokesch (Leipzig), photog. (CAB 50) 3 27 Clarinetist in military uniform. Werner (Marquette, Mich.), photog. (CAB 58) 3 28 Clarinetist. Burnette (Albion, N.Y.), photog. (CAB 49) 3 29 Mildred Parley with clarinet, 10 Sept. 1903. Houseknecht (Batavia, N.Y.), photog. Oval portrait onmount. (CAB 53) 3 30 Drum major in fancy uniform. Edwards (Falls Village, Conn. ) , photog. Baton, plumed shako and elaborate braiding contribute to the imposing image of this non-playing bandsman. (CAB 48) 3 31 Female banjo player. Jas. Sebewaing, Mich. ) , photog. L. Duck (Caro and (CAB 57) 3 32 De Moss Family Quartette. Roshon Galleries (Lebanon, Perm.), photog. Four adults pose with brass, string, and percussion instruments. (CAB 8) 3 33 Loveland Family, "Solo Quintette." Two adults and three children appear with saxophone, double bell euphonium, clarinet, cornet, and trombone. (CAB 9) 3 34 McGibeny Family Band. F. Gutekunst (Philadelphia), photog. Two adults and seven children appear with cornet (echo bell), violins, drums, and helicons in E-flat, B-flat baritone and E-flat bass. Negative #87-14046. (CAB 11) 3 35 Noss Family Concert Company of New Brighton, Perm. "Brass Band, Chorus and Orchestra." Seven players pose in this view. Personnel list is printed on back of card. Instrumentation consists of six brass and bass drum. Negative #87-14142. (CAB 7) 3 36 Noss Family Musical Novelty Company, New Brighton, Perm. "Brass Band Chorus and Orchestra." Eight individuals appear with a variety of instruments in this view. Personnel list is printed on back of card. (CAB 6) 3 37 Brass Band Chorus and Orchestra [cabinet print] Noss Family Musical Novelty Company (New Brighton, Pa.)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

In Box 3 (Series 1, Subseries 4).

See related photograph, 1.4.36, Removal Form #08593, originally selected for American Family show.

Must be handled with cotton gloves unless protected by sleeve.

Shows eight persons with a variety of instruments. Personnel list printed on verso of card.

Shown in NMAH exhibition, "American Families and Their Photographs," 1996-1997.

Musical instruments -- 1860-1990 Brass bands -- Photographs Musicians Albumen prints Cabinet photographs Photographic prints Noss family Pembletons Family Band, York, Nebraska, specializing in drums. (CAB 10) 3 38 Shepard Family Band, ca. 1893. Six musicians plus baby shown with brass instruments (includig two cornets, altohorns, tenor horn and bass) and bass drum. A quartet of violins is displayed in a case. Negative #87-14003. (CAB 5) 3 39 Shepard Family Band, ca. 1894. J. K. Patch (Shelburne Falls, Mass.), photog. Same personnel as in number 39. Negative #87-14143. (CAB 2) 3 40 Shepard Family Concert Company, ca. 1896. Same group as pictured in numbers 39 and 40 but baby is now playing drum. Sets of violins and banjos are displayed on the floor at the front of the group. Negative #87-14004. (CAB 3) 3 41 Shepard Family Band, ca. 1896. J. K. Patch (Shelburn Falls, Mass.), photog. Family appears with violins in this view. (CAB 4) 3 42 Shepard Family Band, 1898. Family poses as brass band with percussion. Negative #87-14005. (CAB 1) 3 43 Family Band, ca. 1890. Thurston (Fremont, Mich.), photog. Four brass players plus one on percussion make up this group. Negative #87-14144. (CAB 56) 3 44 H. M. Grenadier Guards Band in Boston, 1872. Warren and Heald (Boston), photog. Over fifty players, including instrumentalists on French horns, bassoons, oboes, and alto clarinets, comprise this band. Led by Dan Godfrey, the group was photographed in Boston while participating in Patrick Gilmore's World Peace Jubilee. Negative #87-14052. (CAB 13) 3 45

H. M. Grenadier Guards Band in Boston, 1872. Warren and Heald (Boston), photog. Over fifty players, including instrumentalists on French horns, bassoons, oboes, and alto clarinets, comprise this band. Led by Dan Godfrey, the group was photographed in Boston while participating in Patrick Gilmore's World Peace Jubilee. Negative #87-14052. (CAB 13)

Genesee Band, ca. 1900. C. W. Hansom (Genesee, Idaho), photog. Fifteen musicians, including woman on trombone, pose for this portrait. (CAB 40) Gelatin or collodion? 3 46 Town band, probably from Illinois. Tomlinson (Decatur, 111.), photog. Twenty-three musicians in fancy braided uniforms comprise this band. Ca. 1890. (CAB 61) 3 47 Four bandsmen in uniform, ca. 1890. H. R. Brown (Mo. Valley, Iowa), photog. Instruments depicted include clarinet, cornet, bell-front altohorn and helicon. (CAB 55) 3 48 Canton Band, ca. 1885. Eighteen men pose on the /?88-street in front of the office of "The Maine Horse Breeder's Monthly." Negative #87-14010. (CAB 15) 3 49 Martland's Brockton Band, October, 1879. Howard, photog. Twenty-two-piece band stands with instruments in a large field while groups of spectators look on. Negative #87-14054. (CAB 46) 3 50 Newark (N.Y.) Military Band. Nineteen bandsmen in military-style band uniforms pose on town sidewalk in /Too • front of stores. A boy with a bicycle watches from a side street. Negative #87-14145. (CAB 37) 3 51 Mineral City (Ohio) Cornet Band. Twelve elegantly attired bandsmen (ten on brass and two on percussion) stand with their instruments on an unpaved street while a crowd looks on. Negative #87-14009. (CAB 39) 3 52 American Military Band, Mansfield, Ohio. Potter (Mansfield), photog. Sixteen-piece brass band with I?2%. four woodwinds and two percussion. Interior studio shot. Negative #87-14146. (CAB 17) 3 53 Band, probably from Ohio. Ennis (Berlin Heights, Ohio), /?8%. photog. Fourteen-piece brass band with percussion and piccolo. Photograph taken outdoors. Negative #87-14147. (CAB 14) 3 54 American band, probably Ohio National Guard Unit, at military encaitpnent, ca. 1900. Partially-obscured drum has the words "Cuba" and "O.N.G.—O.V.I." painted on it. (CAB 66) 3 55 Hanover Silver Cornet Band. Twenty-two musicians appear in photograph. Back of card serves as advertisement for the band: "Engagements solicited for either concert or parade service." (CAB 60) 3 56 Saxtons River Academy Band, Saxtons River, Vermont, ca.1885. P. W. Taft (Saxtons River, Vt.), photog. Fifteen young bandsmen appear in this formal indoor portrait. Identification is pencilled in on back of card. (CAB 44) 3 57 Grafton Cornet Band. P. W. Taft (Saxtons River, Vt.), photog. Fifteen bandsmen plus one additional individual not in uniform pose for indoor portrait. Negative #87-14148. (CAB 16) 3 58 Traveling show band. Eight-piece band in fancy uniforms pose with parlor pump organ in front of tent. This could be a circus band or possibly part of a traveling spiritualist or medicine show. Negative #87-13999„• 90-4487 (CAB 12) 3 59 American band, ca. 1880. Eighteen-piece band, possibly from North Carolina. Negative #87-14149. (CAB 65) 3 60 American band, ca. 1890. Nineteen bandsmen appear in this outdoor shot with carriages in background. Instrumentation includes fifteen on brass, one on clarinet, and three percussion. (CAB 64) 3 61 North American band, ca. 1890. Fifteen-piece band with handsomely-painted drums. The epaulettes are typical of some Canadian bands. (CAB 63) 3 62 American band, ca. 1880. Twelve-piece band poses on a rough wooden platform. Instrumentation includes nine brass, one clarinet, and two drums. (CAB 62) 3 63 Seltzer's Orchestra and Band. Bandsmen and friends pose with carriage in woodland setting. Negative #87-14150. (CAB 36) 5" x 6" mount. 3 46 American band. Twelve men, six with rotary valve instruments, pose on steps of a house. Negative #87-14151. (CKB 35) 4%" x 5y . 3 65 Band in parade, Stuttgart, Germany, 1893. Wolffram 3 66 Cartes de visite 1.5 1-20 Album of the Monroeville Silver Cornet Band, Monroeville, Ohio. 1863/64. 3 Stephen Lawrence Celary, trombonist and leader. 3 1 Oval portrait, no instrument. 3 2 Bandsman with E-flat alto horn. 3 3 Bandsman with E-flat bass horn. 3 4 Bandsman with B-flat circular cornet. 3 5 Bandsman with E-flat circular cornet. 3 6 John Hosford with E-flat bass horn. Inscription reads: "1st Eb Basso, Monroeville Silver Cornet Band, 1864, J. H. Gardner Leader." 3 7 Oval portrait, no instrument. 3 8 Bandsman with E-flat alto horn. 3 9 N. J. Dew[as] No. 3 with circular B-flat cornet. 3 10 Bandsman with E-flat overshoulder cornet. 3 11 Portrait, no instrument. 3 12 Bandsman with circular E-flat cornet. 3 13 Female portrait, no instrument. 3 14 Bandsman with B-flat baritone. 3 15 Female portrait, no instrument. 3 16 Church (possibly the practice hall) 3 17 W. A. Mozart 3 18 G. Meyerbeer. 3 19 N. Paganini. 3 20 Bandsman with overshoulder E-flat cornet. 3 21 Bandsman with overshoulder E-flat cornet. 3 22 Bandsman with overshoulder B-flat cornet. 3 23 Bandsman with overshoulder B-flat cornet. 3 24 Bandsman with overshoulder E-flat altohorn. 3 25 Bandsman with overshoulder E-flat altohorn. 3 26 Bandsman with overshoulder B-flat tenor horn. 3 27 Bandsman with overshoulder B-flat tenor horn. 3 28 Bandsman with overshoulder B-flat baritone. 3 29 Bandsman with overshoulder B-flat bass. 3 30 Bandsman with four-valve upright E-flat bass. 3 31 Bandsman with four-valve upright E-flat bass. 3 32 Bandsman holding drumstick or possibly fife. 3 33 Bandsman with overshoulder E-flat cornet. Thomas Haslach (Williamsburg, long Island), photog. 3 34 Bandsman with overshoulder E-flat altohorn. Thomas Haslach (Williamsburg, long Island), photog. 3 35 Portrait of a man in military uniform. Stevenson (Brooklyn, N.Y.), photog. 3 36 Portrait. Fernando Dessaure (New York), photog. 3 37 Portrait. Stevenson (Brooklyn, N.Y.), photog. 3 38 Portrait of man in Masonic sash and apron. E. Brown (Brooklyn, N.Y.), photog. 3 39 Girl with cello. George M. Bretz (Pottsville, Perm.), photog. (CDV 36) 3 40 Boy with B-flat cornet (side-action, string rotary valves). George M. Bretz (Pottsville, Perm.), photog. (CDV 32) 3 41 Mamie Strohl with B-flat cornet (side-action rotary valves). Andre Dettra (Pottstown, Perm.), photog. (CDV 38) 3 42 Girl with B-flat cornet (side-action rotary valves). George M. Bretz (Pottsville, Perm.), photog. (CDV 39) 3 43 Girl with B-flat flugelhorn (top-action, string rotary valves). George M. Bretz (Pottsville, Perm.), photog. (CDV 31) 3 44 Boy with B-flat flugelhorn (top-action rotary valves). Andre Dettra (Pottstown, Perm.), photog. (CDV 34) 3 45 Woman with E-flat tuba (top-action rotary valves). Andre Dettra (Pottstown, Perm.), photog. (CDV 33) 3 46 Girl with snare drum. George M. Bretz (Pottsville, Perm.), photog. (CDV 35) 3 47 Emma Strohl with bells. Andre Dettra (Pottstown, Perm.), photog. (CDV 37) 3 48 Soldier holding E-flat cornet. C. H. Townsend (Willimantic, Conn.), photog. The cornet by Isaac Fiske has early pattern piston-activated rotary valves. Negative #87-14152. (CDV 49) 3 49 Cornetist. Photographer from Skowhegan, Maine. Circular E-flat cornet similar to instruments made by Isaac Fiske, ca.1860. Negative #87-14153. (CDV 50) 3 50 Civil War musician with E-flat rotary valve saxhorn. Two-cent tax stamp, ca. 1863, on back of image. Negative #87-14154. (CDV 51) 3 51 Cornetist in Civil War uniform. G. W. Moore (Medina, N.Y.), photog. Distinctive B-flat cornet by Louis Schreiber of New York. Negative #87-14155. (CDV 52) 3 52 "Grampa Parker" with his cornet. B-flat cornet with Vienna valves. Negative #87-14156. (CDV 53) 3 53 Albert Parker in his military uniform holding his B-flat cornet. Curtis & Crosby (Lewiston, Maine), photog. Identified on back as from the Third Regiment, Company A of the Maine Volunteers, Bath, Maine. Negative #87-14157. (CDV 54) 3 54 Soldier holding pocket B-flat rotary valve cornet. "Werner, 532 N 2nd St.", photog. Negative #87-14158. (CDV 55) 3 55 Amputee with B-flat cornet, ca. 1870. Rotary valve instrument by John Stratton of New York. At least six different views of this ex-soldier are known. See also number 57. Negative #87-14006. (CDV 56) 3 56 Same musician as in number 56 posed in this view with amputee flag bearer. (CDV 7) 3 57 Cornetist. H. P. Brown (Waverly, Iowa), photog. Odd B-flat cornet with four rotary valves. Negative #87-14159. (CDV 57) 3 58 E-flat soprano saxhorn player in military uniform. W. W. Smith (Minersville, Perm.), photog. (CDV 4) 3 59 Young boy with B-flat rotary valve trumpet. (CDV 3) 3 60 Cornetist with over-shoulder B-flat soprano. Instrument possibly by Graves of Boston. Negative #87-14160. (CDV 43) 3 61 Fredric Loehmann with overshoulder E-flat soprano. White (Little Rock, Arkansas), photog. Instrument has metal-linked top rotors. Musician is a Confederate soldier from Arkansas. Negative #87-14161. (CDV 42) 3 62 Soldier holding E-flat altohorn. C. T. Darwin (Decatur, 111.), photog. Negative #87-14162. (CDV 58) 3 63 Altohorn player. Bell-front instrument with side action rotary valves. (CDV 1) 3 64 Jacob Buchecker with upright altohorn with Berliner valves. G. V. Khecht (Orefield, Perm.), photog. (CDV 2) 3 65 Young boy in military uniform with altohorn. H. Merz (New York, N.Y.), photog. This unusual altohorn has Stoezel valves. Negative #87-14163. (CDV 60) 3 66 Altohorn player with overshoulder E-flat instrument. Wm. Mehrle (Chicago), photog. Negative #87-14164. (CDV 44) 3 67 Musician with overshoulder E-flat altohorn. Possibly a copy of a daguerreotype. Lamoreux (Allentown, Perm.), photog. Ca. 1865. Negative #87-14165. (CDV 45) 3 68 Trombonist with B-flat valve trombone. McCormick (Belleville, Ont.), photog. (CDV 5) 3 69 Soldier with B-flat valve trombone. J. E. Canfield (New Milford, Conn.), photog. Negative #87-14166. 3 70 Young girl ("Mabp|g") with E-flat valve trombone. Negative #87-14167. (CDV 71) 3 71 Pair of soldiers with valve trombone and rifle. J. I. Saul (Pine Grove, Perm.), photog. Negative #87-14168. (CDV 61) 3 72 Musician holding overshoulder B-flat tenor horn. Negative #87-14169. (CDV 46) 3 73 Union musician with B-flat baritone horn. Upright instrument of the type that could be converted to overshoulder. Negative #87-14170. (CDV 63) 3 74 Musician holding overshoulder E-flat tuba with three Berliner valves. Negative #87-14171. (CDV 47) 3 75 Musician holding E-flat tuba. Reeve & Watts (Columbus, Ohio), photog. Odd playing position. Negative #87-14172. (CDV 48) 3 76 German musician holding E-flat tuba with Berliner valves. Dated 1847. Negative #87-14173. (CDV 64) 3 77 Musician holding E-flat tuba with piston valves. W. J. Smyth (New Berlin, N.Y.), photog. (CDV 8) 3 78 Soldier holding overshoulder E-flat tuba with Berliner valves. Tax stamp, ca. 1864, on back. "SCB" insignia on band hat. (CDV 9) 3 79 Cellist with overshoulder bass saxhorn beside him on floor, ca. 1865. The horn has Perinet valves. (CDV 70) 3 80 Bearded civilian with four-key wooden flute. Ca. 1860. (CDV 68) 3 81 Four musicians: Two violinists, one cornetist and one on an unusual valve trombone. (CDV 6) 3 82 Pair of musicians with E-flat overshoulder altohorn and E-flat rotary valve cornet. Ca. 1870 or earlier. (CDV 10) 3 83 Pair of musicians with rotary valve alto horn and E-flat cornet. Wallace Dietrich (Kutztown, Perm.), photog. Negative #87-14174. (CDV 59) 3 84 Six-man band with brass overshoulder instruments. Ca. 1860. "Gorton's Gold Cornet Band, Stow's Circus." Negative #87-14175. (CDV 40) 3 85 Sixteen-piece militia band. A. C. Mclntyre & Co. (Ogdensburg, N. Y.), photog. Band shown in the field. Negative #87-13994. (CDV 69) 3 86 Glenrock (Perm.) Band. Ca. 1868. J. A. Shoemaker (Glenrock) , photog. Negative #87-14176. (CDV 65) 3 87 Waupaca (Wis.) Band. F. Rich (Waupaca) , photog. Negative #87-14177. (CDV 41) 3 88 British juvenile band. H. Burrows (Liverpool) , photog. Shows unusual instruments, including Sarrusophone, Koenig horn and jingling johnny. Negative #87-14051. (CDV 66) 3 89 Same band as 1.5.89. G. F. Roger (Dundee), photog. Negative #87-14178. (CDV 67) 3 90 Mounted Photoprints 1.6 Tuskegee Institute Band, ca. 1885. Albumen print, 5" x . 303? 7". Black band. (MBP 95) 4 1 Osceola (Fla.) Band, ca. 1890. Twelve players, three overshoulder instruments. Negative #87-14057. (MBP 23) 4 2 Cobbossett Band, Gardiner, Maine, ca. 1890. 5" x 7". /?8$. (MBP 144) 4 3 Association St. Dominique, Lewiston, Maine, ca. 1890. Glass mounted photograph. Thirty-two-piece band is shown standing on pier. (MBP 59) 4 4 Baldwinville (Mass.) Cornet Band, ca. 1895. 4-1/2" x 7". Negative #87-14179. (MBP 15) 4 5 Groton (Mass.) Band, 1908. 4-1/2" x 6-1/2". (MBP 133) 4 6 Regimental band, ca. 1864. Platinum print from Mathew Brady negative. (MIS 18) 4 7 Unidentified Minnesota band. Jacoby & Son (Minneapolis), photog. (MBP 43) 4 8 Kansas City band, ca. 1880. J. T. Doran (Kansas City), photog. Twelve musicians. (MBP 22) 4 9 Third Nebraska Band in Cuba, ca. 1899. Nineteen men in band, names on verso. Slogan, "We stayed because we had to", is printed on photograph. (MBP 16) 4 10 Unidentified band performing in Pender, Neb., ca. 1890. Twenty-piece band. Negative #87-14180. (MBP 21) 4 11 Grange Band, Deering, N.H. 4-1/2" x 8". Negative #87-14181. (MBP 131) 4 12 Nelson (N.H.) Band at Golden Wedding anniversary celebration, ca. 1885. J. A. French (Keene, N.H.), iff-?. photog. 4" x 7-1/4" in sepia tone. Negative #87-13985. (MBP 97) 4 13 Unidentified New Hampshire band, ca. 1885. 4-1/2" x 7-1/2" in sepia tone. Negative #87-14182. (MBP 98) 4 14 Walden (N.Y.) Fife, Drum & Bugle Corps, ca. 1914. 7-3/4" X 4". (MBP 62) 4 15 Unidentified New York band. J. S. Dickerson (Ticonderoga), photog. 4-1/2" x 7". Shows elegant uniforms and drum major. (MBP 132) 4 16 Oregon Aero Club Band. Jazz band with banjo. 5" x 8". (MBP 149) 4 17 Seaside (Ore.) High School Girls Band. 5" x 3-1/2". (MBP 146) 4 18 Jolly Farmers Band. Double-size photographic postcard. (PC 470) 4 19 Monmouth Silver Cornet Band, ca. 1870. Shows eight rotary-valved instruments and bass drum. 3-1/2" x 5-1/2". Negative #87-14183. (MBP 63) 4 20 Nine-piece town band, relaxing on hillside. 2" x 3-1/2". Negative #87-14184. (MBP 150) 4 21 Eleven-piece band. 3-1/4" x 3-1/4". (MBP 109) 4 22 Silver Cornet Band, Oceanside, Cal. Turner's Elite Studios (San Diego), photog. 5-1/2" x 7-1/2" in sepia tone. Eleven-piece band, all brass. (MBP 113) 4 23 Unidentified California band. Albumen print. Pacific Coast Photo & View Co. (Los Gatos), photog. Fifteen instruments, including guitar. (MBP 10) 4 24 Eagles Band, Denver, ca. 1900. Band is in wagon advertising a ball. Negative number 87-13988. (MBP 41) 4 25 Putnam (Conn.) City Band. 4-1/2" x 7-1/2". (MBP 134) 4 26 Tolono (111.) Band, ca. 1885. Albumen print. Parley, photog. (MBP 9) 4 27 —llhousen (Ind.) Eclipse Band. Louis Scheidler, photog. Original frame is in collection. (MBP 111) 4 28 Machias (Maine) Band, 1913. The twelve-man band appears at the ICOF Convention in Elliotville. Negative #87-14185. (MBP 18) 4 29 Beaton's National Band, Attleboro, Mass., ca. 1900. Street scene. (MBP 44) 4 30 Boardman Band, Boston, Mass. Rafter & Lincoln (Boston), photog. 6" x 8". (MBP 71) 4 31 M.W.A. Band, Brimfield, Mass. 8-1/2" x 5-1/2". (MBP 75) 4 32 Martland's Fifth Regimental Band, Brockton, Mass. Dated May 9, 1900. Harry W. Brown (Cambridge), photog. Band has twenty-six musicians with mixed brass and woodwind instrumentation. (MBP 7) 4 33 Martland's Band, Brockton, Mass. Ca. 1910. Band has 21 musicians, seven of whom play clarinets. Negative #87-14055. (MBP 8) 4 34 Eclipse Concert Band, Edina, Missouri. Gelatin print. Buehner, photog. Musicians are dressed in costume. Photograph dates from last quarter of nineteenth century. Negative #87-14186. (MBP 3) 4 35 Hartington (Neb.) Citizens Concert Band, 1899. Negative #87-13987. (MBP 42) 4 36 White's Silver Band, Merideth, N.H., ca. 1890. Dalton Studio, photog. 6" x 8". Negative #87-14187. (MBP 101) 4 37 North (N.H.) Conway Band, ca. 1880. 5" x 8". Negative #87-14012. (MBP 99) 4 38 Voss's First Regiment Band, Newark, N.J., ca. 1910. (MBP 11) 4 39 long Lake Band at Golden Beach, Raquette, New York, ca. 1885. Eight bandsmen stand on beach with boats in background. Names of bandsmen listed on verso. Negative #87-14188. (MBP 5) 4 40 long Lake Band at Golden Beach, Raquette, New York, ca. 1885. 4-1/2" x 8". Same view as 1.6.40. (MBP 141) 4 41 Ludlowville (N.Y.) Cornet Band, ca. 1895. Shows fifteen men on steps with piston valve brass instruments and two clarinets. Negative #87-14189. (MBP 4) 4 42 Port Jervis (N.Y.) parade scene, ca. 1875. Lundelain (Port Jervis), photog. Dynamic street scene. Negative #87-13983. (MBP 29) 4 43 Richfield Springs (N.Y.) Band, ca. 1870. N. S. Bowdish, photog. 4" x 6" in sepia tone. (MBP 69) 4 44 Silvertown (N.Y.) Cord Orchestra, 19 Jan. 1927. Swing orchestra publicity photograph. (MBP 58) 4 45 Children's band, ca. 1880. S. S. Wheeler (Bainbridge), photog. Includes triangle player, an unusual feature for such a band. Negative #87-14019. (MBP 24) 4 46 Student orchestra, 1917. W. J. Helmke (Utica), photog. (MBP 28) 4 47 Comic quintet, Columbus, Ohio. Rox Photo Studio (Columbus), photog. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". (MBP 57) 5 48 The Armco Concert Band, Middletown, Ohio. "Musical Voice of the American Rolling Mill Co." (MBP 55) 5 49 G.A.R. Band, Decoration Day, 1885. Photograph taken at Troy, Ohio. C. A. Schnell (Troy) , photog. 6-1/2" x 9" in sepia tone. (MBP 67) 5 50 Rush Springs (Okla.) Concert Band, ca. 1900. 4" x 5-1/2". (MBP 147) 5 51 Rush Springs (Okla.) Concert Band. 5" x 7". Membership of band includes both men and women. (MBP 139) 5 52 Bally (Perm.) Band on picnic, 1917. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". (MBP 73) 5 53 J. L. Mitchell Band, Gallitzin, Perm. 5" x 7". Negative #87-14190. (MBP 118) 5 54 Winona Band, Mohnsville, Perm., ca. 1890. H. A. Seidel (Reading) , photog. 5-3/4" x 8" in sepia tone. Negative #87-14191. (MBP 74) 5 55 Mt. Carmel (Perm.) Citizens Band, 30 May 1910. Warren K. Baus (Mt. Carmel), photog. 5" x 7". (MBP 86) 5 56 Pittston (Perm.) Band, ca. 1880. Albumen print. Shows twenty-three musicians with a variety of piston and rotary valve brass instruments as well as four woodwinds. Negative #87-14192. (MBP 2) 5 57 Valley View (Perm.) Cornet Band, ca. 1900. W. S. Anspash (Lebanon) , photog. Negative #87-14193 . (MBP 14) 5 58 Newport (R.I.) Cornet Band., ca. 1910. Twenty-five musicians with mixed brass and woodwind instrumentation. (MBP 12) 5 59 lola (Wis.) Cornet Band. Parks Photo Gallery (lola) , photog. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". Negative #87-14194. (MBP 116) 5 60 U. S. Army Cavalry Band, Fort Riley, Kansas, ca. 1900. Negative #87-14195. (MBP 13) 5 61 4th Army Artillery Band, ca. 1918. (MBP 87) 5 62 Brown's Valley Band, ca. 1900. Thirteen musicians. Negative #87-14196. (MBP 119) 5 63 Courier Cadet Band, Newcastle, ca. 1910. Negative #87-14197. (MBP 115) 5 64 Knowersville Band, ca. 1890. Street scene. 4-1/2" x 7-3/4" in sepia tone. (MBP 70) 5 65 Petersham Band, 1885. 4-1/2" x 7-3/4" in sepia tone. (MBP 72) 5 66 Union Band, New Brunswick, ca. 1905. (MBP 148) Without Name (arranged chronologically): 5 67 Banl, possibly Confederate, ca. 1865. 5-1/4" x 8-1/4" in sepia tone. Original frame is in collection. Negative #87-14198. (MBP 102) 5 68 Saxhorn band. Musicians7 uniforms have been tinted. Original frame is in collection. (MBP 61) 5 69 Brass band, ca. 1860. Albumen print. View shows nine musicians with overshoulder, circular, and other rotary valve instruments. Names of musicians on verso. (MBP 1) 5 70 Band in the field, ca. 1885. Possibly G.A.R. Fifteen-piece band. Negative #87-14199. (MBP 26) 5 71 Band in fur hats, ca. 1885. Negative #87-14200. (MBP 65) 5 72 Band, 1890. Outdoor view of eleven musicians with piston valve brass. Names of musicians on verso. Negative #87-14201. (MBP 6) 5 73 Band in street scene, ca. 1890. Twenty-piece band stands in circle formation on unpaved street. Coal wagon visible. Negative #87-14030. (MBP 25) 5 74 Circus band, ca. 1890. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2" in sepia tone. /f8$. (MBP 84) 5 75 Midwestern brass band and chorus, ca. 1895. Shortline railroad advertisement on verso. (MBP 20) 5 76 Town band, ca. 1895. 3-1/2" x 4-1/2" in sepia tone. (MBP 93) 5 77 Town band, ca. 1895. 3-1/2" x 4-1/2". (MBP 145) 5 78 Town band, ca. 1900. Shows eleven uniformed men. (MBP 19) 5 79 Twenty-one piece band, ca. 1900. 4-1/2" x 6-1/2". (MBP 135) 5 80 Boys' band, ca. 1900. 5" x 7-1/2". (MBP 92) /?2?.3&lt3£!? 5 81 Parade scene, ca. 1910. Sign on building reads "Delaware Garage." Negative #87-14203. (MBP 17) 5 82 Fourteen-piece band, ca. 1910. 5" x 7". (MBP 137) 5 83 Uniformed band, ca. 1910. Twenty-two piece band. (MBP 56) 5 84 Boys' band, ca. 1920. 5" x 7". Negative #87-14202. (MBP 120) 5 85 Student band with Conn instruments, ca. 1920. 35-piece band. (MBP 27) 5 86 73d Foot Regiment Band (British), ca. 1880. (MBP 152)88 Unidentified German band. Octagonal mount. (MBP 50) 5 87 British family brass band. E. Gregson (Halifax), photog. (MBP 64) 5 89 Two Civil War bandsmen with overshoulder horns. Hand-tinted sepia print. Original oval frame is in collection. (MBP 112) 5 90 L- Clarke. Autographed photograph. (MBP 30) 5 91 Unidentified drum major, ca. 1900. Fite's (Owensboro, N.Y.), photog. 5-1/2" X 3-3/4". (MBP96) 5 92 Sun's Bic Minstrell Band. Pierson (Hot Springs) , 3>030 photog. 11 1/2" X 13-1/2". (MBP 142) 6 93 Augusta (Maine) Cadet Band. Turner & Pile (Augusta) , photog. 4-3/4" X 6-3/4". (MBP 90) 6 94

Augusta (Maine) Cadet Band. Turner & Pile (Augusta) , photog. 4-3/4" X 6-3/4". (MBP 90)

National Home Band, Togus, Maine. 7" x 10". (MBP 151) 6 95 Co. F 1st Regt. N.G.S.M. , Sanford, Maine. Philpot (Sanford) , photog. (MBP 83) 6 96 Tufts College Orchestra, Medford, Mass., ca. 1910. (MBP 52) 6 97 Unidentified Massachusetts band, ca. 1900. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". Negative #87-14204. (MBP 114) 6 98 Martland's Fifth Regimental Band, Brockton, Mass., ca. 1895. (MBP 51) 6 99 German Cornet Band, Sulton, Neb. Names of musicians given. 13" x 14". Negative #87-14205. (MBP 122) 6 100 Firemen's Band, Ashland, N.H., 1913. A. L. Davis, photog. 6-1/2" x 8-1/4". Negative #87-14206. (MBP 94) 6 101 Cobb's Band, probably from New Jersey, 1887. Black boy posed in front of band. Negative #87-14024. (MBP 53) 6 102 Polish Band, Albion, N.Y., ca. 1903. Band is shown riding on haywagon. 6-1/2" x 8-1/2" in sepia tone. (MBP 80) 6 103 Ashland (N.Y.) Cornet Band, ca. 1900. Brandow, photog. Negative #87-14056. (MBP 35) 6 104 Ellington (N.Y.) Citizens Band, ca. 1900. (MBP 33) 6 105 Herkimer (N.Y.) Military Band. (MBP 32) 6 106 Cornell University Band, Ithaca, New York, ca. 1900. Negative #87-14089. (MBP 34) 6 107 Milford (N.Y.) Cornet Band, ca. 1900. Negative #87-14011. (MBP 38) 6 108 Montour Falls (N.Y.) Citizens Band, ca. 1900. (MBP 39) 6 109 Unidentified North Dakota band. Butler Studio (Bismark), photog. Posed view. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". (MBP 126) 6 110 Unidentified North Dakota band. Butler Studio (Bismark), photog. Casual view. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". (MBP 127) 6 111 G.A.R. parade, Cincinnati, Ohio, 7 Sept. 1898. (MBP 36) 6 112 Mertztown (Perm.) Cornet Band, ca. 1885. R. Hofheinz, photog. 6" x 8" in sepia tone. (MBP 68) 6 113 Mt. Carmel Citizens Band, 8 Aug. 1908. Billinger (Shenandoah), photog. Image taken at Lutheran picnic. 7-1/2" X 9-1/2". (MBP 85) 7 114 Parade in Pinegrove, Perm., to celebrate the return of troops after the Spanish-American War. (MBP 46) 7 115 Ringgold Band, Reading, Perm., ca. 1885. Negative #87-14207. (MBP 40) 7 116 Schuylkill Citizens Band. Photograph also shows baseball players. 7" x 9-1/2". (MBP 77) 7 117 Warwick Band, ca. 1890. P. S. Weaver (Hanover), photog. 9" x 13-1/2" ,:iarKsepiadkGn»sx (MBP 78) Albumen. Neg. No, 91-9107. 7 118 Waymart (Penn.) Cornet Band, ca. 1890. Names of musicians on verso. Negative #87-14208. (MBP 79) 7 119 Colchester Cornet Band at Milton, Vermont, 30 May 1889. 8" x 11". Parade scene. Labelled "W. B. Reynolds Post, G.A.R." (MBP 54) Albumen. 7 120 Sousa and his band at Oak Grove, Illinois, 1905. Jennings, photog. Negative #87-13991. (MBP 37) 7 121

Sousa and his band at Oak Grove, Illinois, 1905. Jennings, photog. Negative #87-13991. (MBP 37)

John Philip Sousa and his band at Willow Grove Park [picture postcard.]

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John Philip Sousa and his band at Willow Grove Park [picture postcard.]

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Band posed outside white clapboard building.

Brass bands -- Photographs Musicians -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Photomechanical prints Photographs -- 1900-1950 Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932

B.P.O.E. Band. 6-1/2" X 8-1/2". (MBP 143) 7 122 "The Big Show" Band. 6-1/2" x 8-1/2". (MBP 140) 7 123 Clarkson Cornet Band. "Organized Feb. 9, 1881." Negative #87-14209. (MBP 60) 7 124 Gardiner Band, 1884. Band is shown on fishing trip. 7-1/2" X 9-1/2". (MBP 123) 7 125 Horicon Junior Band, ca. 1915. Nineteen-piece band. (MBP 76) 7 126 Lochner's Orchestra. Strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion instruments represented. (MBP 89) 7 127 Palmer Cornet Band. Fifteen-piece mixed brass and woodwind ensemble. 8" x 10". (MBP 138) 7 128 Pullman College Band. 6" x 8". (MBP 88) 7 129 Town band. McEnoy, photog. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". Negative #87-14210. (MBP 117) 7 130 British band, probably Salvationist. Nine-piece brass band. Negative #87-14211. (MBP 66) 7 131 Unidentified band, probably British. 9" x 11-1/2". (MBP 136) 7 132 Boys' Drum and bugle corps, Washington, D.C. C. M. Bell, photog. (MBP 47) 8 133 Auburn Cadet Band, ca. 1890. 11-1/2" x 16-1/2". Original frame is in collection. (MBP 130) 8 134 Augusta Cadet Band, Augusta, Maine, ca. 1900. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". (MBP 91) 8 135

Augusta Cadet Band, Augusta, Maine, ca. 1900. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". (MBP 91)

Bates College Band, Lewiston, Maine, 1911-12. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". Shows three early mellophones. (MBP 125) 8 136 Waterboro Cornet Band, 30 May 1887. J. S. Mitchell, photog. Taken at Carl's Corner. 9-1/2" x 13". (MBP 82) 8 137 Peterburg (Neb.) Band, ca. 1900. McGill Studio (Albion), photog. 8" x 9-1/2". (MBP 81) 8 138 Universal Black Band, Newark, N.J. Scher Studio (Newark), photog. 7" x 10". Negative #87-14212. (MBP 121) 8 139 Mechanics Band, Antrim, N.Y., ca. 1890. Names of musicians are given. 13" x 20-1/4". Early model bicycles in view. Negative #87-14213. (MBP 105) 8 140 Orpheus Band, Birdsboro, Perm. Pomeroy (Reading, Perm.), photog. 7-1/2" x 9-1/2". (MBP 124) 8 141 Orphans Home Band (I.O.O.F.), Central, Perm., ca. 1910. Negative #87-14214. (MBP 49) 8 142 Slatington Band, 1908. Taken on Labor Day outing. (MBP 31) 8 143 Brattleboro Military Band, ca. 1880. Collage of 21 301.9 individual musicians. Wyatt & Phillips (Brattleboro), ' photog. 14" x 20". Negative #87-14215. (MBP 100) 8 144 Rent Mills—Chatham Band. All musicians are identified. 13 1/4" x 16 1/2". (MBP 104) 8 145 Union Liberty Band, 1898. Kelliner, photog. 10-1/2" x 13-1/2". Twenty-three musicians with "Liberty" on caps. (MBP 103) 8 146 Unidentified eighteen-piece brass band, ca. 1900. 11" x 14" in sepia tone. (MBP 45) 8 147 Second Rhode Island Infantry on parade, winter of 1861-1862. Mathew Brady, photog. Negative #87-13984. Detail: negative #87-14216. (MBP 48) 8 148 U. S. Army Regimental Band, ca. 1900. 11" x 19". (MBP 128) 8 149 U. S. Army Regimental Band, ca. 1900. Same band as number 1.6.149. Names of musicians given. 13" x 17". (MBP 129) 8 150 Picture Postcards 1.7 Alabama Orphans School Band, Huntsville, Ala. Postmarked 1919. Negative #87-14021. (PC 74) 9 1 "Band Stand, Bienville Square, Mobile, Ala." Postmarked 1908. (PC 461) 9 2 Band Stand, Bienville Square, Mobile, Ala. Same view as number 2. (PC 672) 9 3 "Indian Band, Juneau, Alaska." Negative #87-14217. (PC 75) 9 4 "Indian Band, Juneau, Alaska." Same view as number 4. (PC 833) 9 5 "Messiah Chorus — Metlakahtla, Alaska." Orchestra, with prominent wind section, is posed with chorus. (PC 428) 9 6 Band, U. S. Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz. (PC 842) 9 7 Indian Band, Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz. (PC 551) 9 8 Band Stand, City Hall Plaza, Phoenix, Arizona. (PC 785) 9 9 "Band Stand at Basin Park, Eureka Springs, Ark." Bandsmen pose in bandstand. (PC 633) 9 10 "St. Bartholomews School Band—Little Rock, Ark." (PC 830) 9 11 "Forest Park Band Stand, Little Rock, Ark." Postmarked 1914.

?c, 757. 9 12 "Band Stand and Memorial Hall, Soldiers7 Home, Cal." (PC 754) 9 13 Freddie Carter and his Majestic Pavillion Dance Orchestra, Long Beach, California. Photograph. (PC 871) 9 14 "Band Stand and Boat House, East Lake Park, Los Angeles, Cal." Postmarked 1912. Negative #87-14034. (PC 3) 9 5 "Eastlake Park, Los Angeles, California." Postmarked 1908. (PC 2) 9 16 "Winterscene in Westlake Park, Los Angeles, Cal." (PC 1) 9 17 "Winter Scene at West Lake Park, Los Angeles, Cal." (PC 783) 9 18 "Band Concert, Westlake Park, Los Angeles, California." Postmarked 1915. Band is on stage of band shell. (PC 80) 9 19 Los Angeles Examiner Newsboys Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 79) 9 20 Oroville (CA) Grammar School Band. Postmarked 1916. Photographic postcard. (PC 482) 9 21 "Library Park—Pasadena, Cal." Bandstand in view. (PC 4) 9 22 "Ohlmeyer's Tent City Band, Coronado, San Diego, Cal." Postmarked 1915. Band is on stage of band shell. (PC 83) 9 23 "Music Stand, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal." Postmarked 1915. (PC 602) 9 24 "The Music Stand, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California." Concert scene with band on stage. (PC 460) 9 25 "Band Stand, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California." Bandsmen are barely visible on stage. 9 26 "Children's Play Ground, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California." Turn-of-the-century playground equipment is depicted along with a bandstand in the background. (PC 698) 9 27 San Francisco parade scene with band, 1904. Photographic postcard. (PC 488) 9 28 Rotunda, Cafe and Band Stand in the Emporium Department Store, San Francisco. Postmarked 1905. (PC 601) 9 29 Breeding's Band in Admission Day parade, San Francisco, 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 82) 9 30 Band, probably from San Jose, California. Postmarked 1909. Photographic postcard. (PC 81) 9 31 San Quentin Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 84) 9 32 "Band-Stand and Mountain Railway at Santa Catalina Island, Cal." (PC 5) 9 33 "Band-Stand, Santa Catalina Island, Cal." Sign reading "Do not talk while band is playing" is posted in audience seating area. (PC 593) 9 34 Grizzlies Band on parade in San Francisco. Probably a National Guard unit. Photographic postcard. (PC 386) 9 35 Colorado Midland Band, 1909. Band sponsored by the Midland Route. Photographic postcard. (PC 76) 9 36 "Lake and Band Stand at City Park, Denver, Colo." Postmarked 1909. (PC 780) 9 37 "The Denver Post Boys7 Band—Denver, Colo." (PC 511) 9 38 "The Denver Post Boys' Band—Denver, Colo." Postmarked 1909. Similar to number 38 but with caption, "They Met Me at the Depot" added in red ink. Negative #87-14218. (PC 838) 9 39 Leadville Band, ca. 1905-1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 77) 9 40 "lake Clara, Pueblo, Colo." Bandstand is pictured on lake shore. (PC 716) 9 41 "'Band-Stand,' Sea Side Park, Bridgeport, Conn." Postmarked 1910. (PC 701) 9 42 "Band Stand, Sea Side Park, Bridgeport, Conn." Postmarked 1909. Variant of number 42. (PC 705) 9 43 "Luna Park, Hartford, Conn." Postmarked 1909. Bandstand with ornate done and American flag highlight this card. (PC 708) 9 44 "Luna Park, Hartford, Conn." Postmarked 1907. Same view as number 44. (PC 459) 9 45 Killingly (Corm.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 269) 9 46 "Band Stand, Lake Quassapaug, Middlebury, Conn." 3a3o (PC 747) 9 47 "New Haven, Conn., The Park, Savin Rock." Postmarked 1909. Bandstand in view. (PC 595) 9 48 "Stately Elms, Corner Church and Chapel Streets, New Haven, Conn." Postmarked 1906. Bandstand in center of view. (PC 769) 9 49 "Pier and Band Stand, Ocean Beach, New London, Conn." Postmarked 1921. (PC 594) 9 50 "Pier and Band Stand, Ocean Beach, New London, Conn." Same view as number 50. (PC 710) 9 51 Brown's Family Orchestra, Wilmington. Photographic postcard. Seven-piece ensemble consists of brass instruments, saxophones, and drum. (PC 844) 9 52 Brown's Family Orchestra, Wilmington. Photographic postcard. Same view as number 52. (PC 333) 9 53 Grove City College Cadets in 1909 inaugural parade. Photographic postcard. (PC 87) 9 54 '"Hie Mall, Avon Park, Fla." Bandstand appears in center of park. (PC 598) 9 55 "Band Concert in City Park, Clearwater, Fla." Band plays for audience. (PC 597) 9 56 "Boardwalk Park and Band Shell Looking North, Daytona Beach, Florida." (PC 6) 9 57 "Band Stand, Daytona, Fla." Band is giving concert in this view. (PC 599) 9 58 Fort Pierce (Fla.) Band. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. Endorsement for C. G. Conn Company instruments accompanies portrait of the band. Negative #87-14073. (PC 209) 9 59 Moses Band Playing in Williams Park, St. Petersburg, Fla. (PC 78) 9 60 Band Stand, Williams Park, St. Petersburg, Fla. Dated in manuscript: "Feb. 1923." (PC 8) 9 61 "Band Stand, Williams Park, St. Petersburg, Fla." Same view as number 61. (PC 776) 9 62 "Band Concert in Williams Park, St. Petersburg, Florida." Postmarked 1924. (PC 7) 9 63 "Williams Park and Bandstand, St. Petersburg, Florida." Postmarked 1949. Concert in progress. (PC 596) 9 64 "Modern Band Shell, Williams Park, St. Petersburg, Florida." (PC 695) 9 65 "The Knoll, Water Works Park, Atlanta, Ga." Postmarked 1908. Bandstand dominates view. (PC 707) 9 66 "The Fountain and Band Stand, Court House Square, Columbus, Ga." (PC 10) 9 67 "Scene in Court House Square, Columbus, Ga." Includes view of bandstand. Negative #87-14219. (PC 9) 9 68 "Muscogee Co. Court House, Columbus, Ga." Includes view of bandstand. (PC 11) 9 69 "Royal Hawaiian Band." Postmarked 1905. (PC 285) 9 70 Hawaiian Band at Mid-Pacific Carnival, Honolulu Parade scene. Photographic postcard. (PC 514) 9 71 "Blackwell Park, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho." Bandstand in view. (PC 773) 9 72 "Lewiston Military Band and Stand, Lswiston, Idaho." Postmarked 1908. (PC 748) 9 73 Bandstand and band, Carmi, Illinois. Photographic postcard. Unusual three-tier bandstand. (PC 789) 9 74 University of Illinois Military Band, Champaign, 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 361) 9 75 University of Illinois Military Band, Champaign. Postmarked 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 362) 9 76 University of Illinois Band at Northwestern, Oct. 18, 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 512) 9 77 University of Illinois Military Band. Postmarked 1910. Includes inset of A. A. Harding's portrait. (PC 89) 9 78 "University of Illinois Bands." Postmarked 1920. Includes inset of A. A. Harding's portrait. (PC 363) 9 79 Roney's Boys Concert Company of Chicago. Postmarked 1910. Advertising card for the band. (PC 874) 9 80 "Band Stand, Garfield Park, Chicago, 111." Postmarked 1908. Negative #87-14220. (PC 13) 9 81 "Band Stand, Garfield Park, Chicago, 111." Card is decorated with glitter. (PC 284) 9 82 "Sans Souci Amusement Park, The Band Stand, 60th Str. and Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago." Postmarked 1908. Negative #87-14221. (PC 12) 9 83 Band Shell, White City, Chicago. (PC 14) 9 84 Band Stand, Huntley Park, De Kalb, 111. (PC 784) 9 85 Du Quoin Juvenile Band, Du Quoin, 111. (PC 368) 9 86 "New Memorial Band Shell, Krape Park, Freeport, 111." Postmarked 1943. (PC 704) 9 87 "Galva Military Band, Galva, Illinois." Postmarked 1915. Advertising card for town. (PC 294) 9 88 The Jeffries Concert Band, Jacksonville, 111. Postmarked 1909. (PC 481) 9 89 "Ihe Jef fries Concert Band, Jacksonville, 111. . In Camp at Chautuaqua." Postmarked 1911. (PC 292) 9 90 "Jacksonville, 111., Pagoda, Central Park." Postmarked 1909. 9 91 Mooseheart (111.) Student Band. Postmarked 1919. (PC 271) 9 92 "Band Stand, Bradley Park, Peoria, 111." (PC 600) 9 93 "Main Entrance to the Reformatory, Pontiac, 111." Elaborate bandstand dominates view. (PC 660) 9 94 Windsor (111.) Band. Postmarked 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 312) 9 95 "Bandstand and Oliver Band, Woodstock, 111." (PC 703) 9 96 P. & 0. 5th Regiment Band, Canton. (PC 286) 9 97 Bloomington (Ind.) Concert Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 91) 9 98 Band, probably from Bloomington. Postmarked 1907. 9 99 Bridgeton Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 531) 9 100 "Butler ladies' Band, Butler, Ind." (PC 288) 9 101 The C. G. Conn Instrument Factory, Elkhart, Indiana. (PC 440) 9 102 The C. G. Conn Musical Instrument Factory, Elkhart, Indiana. Similar to number 102, but this view contains additional image of factory. Negative #87-14065. (PC 212) 9 103 C. G. Conn Company trade card. Depicts three popular Conn cornets. (PC 211) Actual photoprint. Neg. No, 91-9104. Interior views of the Conn Factory, Elkhart: 9 104 Power Presses (#4). (PC 442) 9 105 Lead Filling and Forge Dept. (#16). (PC 443) 9 106 Brass Foundry (#23). (PC 444) 9 107 Electric Power Room (#24). (PC 445) 9 108 Heating Plant Blast Fans (#25). (PC 446) 9 109 Boiler Room (#26). (PC 447) 9 110 Wood Working Machine Department (#27). (PC 448) 9 111 Wood Bending Department (#28). (PC 449) 9 112 Flute and Piccolo Makers and Clarinet Assembling Department (#31). (PC 450) 9 113 Clarinet Makers Department (#32). (PC 451) 9 114 Cornet and Trumpet Testing Dept (#36). Herbert L. Clarke is shown in this view. Negative #87-14072. (PC 452) 9 115 Packing and Receiving Department (#37). (PC 453) 9 116 Accounting Department (#38). (PC 454) 9 117 Stenographic Department (#39). (PC 455) 9 118 Dictation Room No. 2 (#43). (PC 456) 9 119 Scene in Rogers Band Park, Goshen, Ind. (PC 700) 9 120 Band Concert on Main Street, Kncx, Ind. (PC 347) 9 121 "The Band Stand, Washington Park By Night, Michigan City, Indiana."' Postmarked 1912. Night scene with illuminated bandstand. (PC 18) 9 122 Honeccaning parade with band, Rensselaer. Photographic postcard. (PC 563) 9 123 Ackley (Iowa) Band. Postmarked 1921. Photographic postcard. (PC 532) 9 124 Sauerkraut Band, Ackley, 1907. Photographic postcard. Bandsmen are dressed in costumes. (PC 92) 9 125 "Warnock's Military Band, Battle Creek, Iowa." Postmarked 1915. (PC 94) 9 126 Battle Creek Military Band. Postmarked 1908. (PC 835) 9 127 Blue Grass Imperial Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 313) 9 128 Mooseheart Boy's Band, Boone, Iowa. Inscription is dated 1914. (PC 287) 9 129 "Rest Pavilion, Washington Square, Cedar Rapids, IA." 1907. (PC 699) 9 130 "Band Stand, and Cannon, Bever Park, Cedar Rapids, Iowa." Postmarked 1908. (PC 15) 9 131 "City Park, Clear lake, Iowa." Depicts band 309J? concert in progress. (PC 16) 9 132 "Fairmount Park, Band Stand, Council Bluffs, la." Postmarked 1909. (PC 661) 9 133 Creston (Iowa) Concert Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 163) 9 134 "Schuetzen Park Pavilion, Davenport, la." (PC 662) 9 135 "Band Stand, Union Park, Des Moines, Iowa." Postmarked 1912. (PC 706) 9 136 "Ingersoll Park, Des Moines, Iowa." Band concert in progress. (PC 663) 9 137 "A View at Ft. Des Moines, Iowa." Photographic postcard. Bandstand in view. (PC 282) 9 138 "Central Park, Fairfield, Iowa." View of bandstand. (PC 697) 9 139 Fenton (Iowa) Cornet Band. Photographic postcard, cut down. (PC 305) 9 140 Grimes Band, Grimes, Iowa. Postmarked 1908. (PC 858) 9 141 State University of Iowa Military Band, Iowa City. Postmarked 1907. (PC 289) 9 142 lamoni (Iowa) Concert Band. Photograph. (PC 795) 9 143 "Grays Band, Lone Tree, Iowa." Postmarked 1909. Photograph. Negative #87-14222. (PC 577) 9 144 "Mason City Band, Mason City, Iowa." Postmarked 1909. Band rides in motorized bandwagon. (PC 849) 9 145

"Mason City Band, Mason City, Iowa." Postmarked 1909. Band rides in motorized bandwagon. (PC 849)

Mason City Band, Mason City, Iowa: [color photomechanical picture postcard]

Circa 1909 English . 9 145

Hazen Collection of Band Photographs and Ephemera

Reproduction of photograph of band riding in motorized bandwagon with instruments. Vehicle has "The Overland" name on front. Postmarked 1909, with message, addressed to Arthur Rice, Forest City, Iowa.

Musicians -- 1900-1950 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910. Brass bands -- Photographs Musical instruments -- Photographs Automobiles -- 1900-1910 Bandwagons Mason City (Iowa). Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 Photomechanical prints Photographs -- 1900-1950 Postcards New London Concert Band. Postmarked 1909. Photographic postcard. (PC 93) 9 146 "Park, New Sharon, Iowa." Postmarked 1913. Bandstand is highlight of image. (PC 782) 9 147 "Statue 'Mahaska,' Oskaloosa, la." Bandstand in background. (PC 664) 9 148 "City Park, Oskaloosa, Iowa." Postmarked 1906. Raised bandstand in view. (PC 17) 9 149 City Park with Bandstand, Ottumwa. Postmarked 1911. (PC 665) 9 150 "Band Stand, City Park, Ottumwa, Iowa." (PC 687) 9 151 "Central Park, Ottumwa, Iowa." Depicts same bandstand as in number 151. (PC 737) 9 152 Paullina (Iowa) Concert Band. Postmarked 1911. Photographic postcard. (PC 95) 9 153 "Band Stand, Riverside Park, Sioux City, Iowa." Postmarked 1911. Concert in progress. (PC 786) 9 154 Sioux Rapids (Iowa) Band. Postmarked 1909. Photographic postcard. Band poses with decorated wagon. (PC 865) 9 155 Parade scene with band, Story City, Iowa. Postmarked 1912. (PC 270) 9 156 "In the Park, Traer, Iowa." Postmarked 1908. Bandstand in center. 9 157 "Original Dodge City Cow Boy Band (Chalk Beason, leader), 1884 to 1888." (PC 245) 9 158 "Band Stand, Ft. Leavenworth, Kans." Correspondence dated 2/17/11. (PC 21) 9 159 "Scene in City Park, Frankfort, Kansas." Postmarked 1937. (PC 283) 9 160 McCray's Concert Band, Independence, Kansas. (PC 479) 9 161 The Band Stand, Carnival Park, Kansas City, Kas. 9 162 Liberal (Kans.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 97) 9 163 Roxbury (Kans.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 500) 9 164 "City Park, Sterling, Kansas." View of bandstand. (PC 739) 9 165 "City Park, Topeka, Kansas." Correspondence dated 4 July 1911. (PC 727) 9 166 White City (Kans.) Ladies Band. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14223. (PC 799) 9 167 Benham (Ky.) Bandstand. Postmarked 1913. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14224. (PC 666) verso neg. # 91-2452. 9 168

Benham (Ky.) Bandstand. Postmarked 1913. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14224. (PC 666) verso neg. # 91-2452.

[YMCA Benham, Ky. with Bandstand : photographic postcard with message on verso,]

Sis Mollie (postcard author)

Silver gelatin on paper, unmounted.

[YMCA Benham, Ky. with Bandstand : photographic postcard with message on verso,]

Postcard bears image of bandstand, Benham, Ky. Postmarked 1913. Message on verso from "Sis Mollie" to Clara B. Hoey, Louisa, Ky.

OPPS Neg. 91-2452, message side OPPS Neg. 87-14224, image side. Copyright expired public domain, but the Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Permission to reproduce available through Archives Center and S.I. Office of Printing and Photographic Services.

Bandstands -- 1900-1910. Benham Ky. -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Photographs -- 1900-1950 Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Black-and-white photoprints Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 Maysville (Ky.) Boys' Band. Advertising card for band. (PC 96) 9 169 Maysville (Ky.) Boys' Band. Same as number 169. (PC 853) 9 170 Band concert in New Orleans. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 667) 9 171 Street scene with band in a Maine town. Photographic postcard. (PC 397) 9 172 Band marching in Bowdoin Centre, Maine. Photographic postcard. (PC 811) 9 173 Memorial Park with bandstand, Calais, Maine. Photographic postcard. (PC 20) 9 174 Camden (Maine) Band. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 102) 9 175 "Fanfare St. Dominique, Lewiston, Maine." (PC 304) 9 176 "Fanfare St. Dominique, Lewiston, Maine." Same as number 176. (PC 100) 9 177 "Fanfare St. Dominique, Lewiston, Maine." Same as number 176. (PC 877) 9 178 "St. Cecilia Band, Lewiston, Me." Children's band. (PC 870) 9 179 "St. Cecilia Band, Lewiston, Me." (PC 869) 9 180 Limerick Academy and Bandstand, Limerick, Maine. Postmarked 1917. Photographic postcard. (PC 792) 9 181 "Newport Band, R. H. Dyer, Leader, Newport, Me." Postmarked 1909. (PC 376) 9 182 Bandstand, Norridgewock, Maine. Messsage dated 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 19) 9 183 Old Home Week Parade, 13 Aug. 1908, Rockland, Maine. Photographic postcard. (PC 501) 9 184 Band on Main Street, Vinalhaven, Maine (PC 812) (Color photomechanical repro.) B/w neg. no. 91-9103. Text side, Maine—Military Neg. no. 91-9102. 9 185 "Portland, Me., Fort Alien Park Slowing Harbor." Features bandstand. (PC 738) 9 186 "Togus, Me., National Soldiers' Home. Band Concert, South Stand." (PC 728) 9 187 "The Famous Bands of St. Mary's Industrial School, Baltimore, Md." Postmarked 1919. Shows both boys' and girls' bands. (PC 99) 9 188 St. Mary's Industrial School Bands, Baltimore. Same 3o 3 c view as in number 188. (PC 524) 9 189 Maryland Agricultural College Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 544) 9 190 "The Common, Attleboro, Mass." Postmarked 1907. Bandstand in view. (PC 729) 9 191

"The Common, Attleboro, Mass." Postmarked 1907. Bandstand in view. (PC 729)

Bandstand in The Common, Attleboro, Mass. [postcard] The Rotograph Co.

Ink on paper, color photomechanical.

Circa 1907 English . 9 191

Bandstand in The Common, Attleboro, Mass. [postcard],

Exact publisher's imprint: "The Rotograph Co., N.Y., City [sic], (Germany.)"

Colored reproduction of photograph of bandstand in common (publisher's number G 21786), with message from "Olga" (?) written in ink below image. Addressed to Miss E. Jessie Dawley, Prov., R.I., postmarked 1907, with one-cent stamp.

Bandstands -- 1900-1910. Attleboro (Mass.) -- 1900-1910 Photographs -- 1900-1950 Photomechanical prints -- Color -- 1900-1910. Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 "Baptist Church and Band Stand, Baldwinville, Mass." (PC 693) 9 192 Farm and Trades School Band, Boston. Artist's conception. (PC 872) Color photomechanical. Transparency Definitely not a postcard. No. 91-9101. 9 193 Boston Letter Carriers Band. Negative #89-12125. (PC 388) 9 194 Boston Candy K. T. Band on parade in San Francisco. Postmarked 1904. Photographic postcard. (PC 82) 9 195 "Parade, Governor's Day, Brockton Fair, Brockton, Mass." (PC 827) 9 196 "Harvard Class Day Exercises, Alumni Entering Stadium, Cambridge, Mass." Band plays for ceremony. (PC 817) 9 197 Florence Rangers Broadcasting Band of Gardner, Mass. Postmarked 1939. Band is shown performing in the Walter M. Smith Memorial Shell, Quincy, Mass. Card carries endorsement for Carl Fischer instruments. (PC 246) 9 198 Greenfield (Mass.) Band on parade. Photographic postcard. (PC 107) 9 199 "Lunenburg Square, Lunenburg, Mass." Bandstand in view. (PC 743) 9 200 "The Common and Band Stand, Lynn, Mass." (PC 23) 202 Marlboro (Mass.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 105) 9 201 Marlboro (Mass.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 105) 9 202 "Band Stand and Eel Square, Melrose, Mass." Postmarked 1909. (PC 731) 9 203 "Bass Point House & Band Stand, Nahant, Mass." (PC 22) 9 204 Drury High School Band, North Adams, Mass. "Largest school band in America." Card contains performance schedule. (PC 850) 9 205 "Norwood Band, Norwood, Mass." Postmarked 1908. Negative #89-12127. (PC 371) 9 206 "Arrival of the band, Cottage City, now Oak Bluffs." Postmarked 1910. (PC 383) 9 207 "Ocean Park, Cottage City, Mass., Now Oak Bluffs." Bandstand with band in view in the distance. (PC 668) 9 208 "Shelburne Falls Military Band, Shelburne Falls, Mass." Postmarked 1907. (PC 104) 9 209 "Shelburne Falls Military Band, Shelburne Falls, Mass." Same view as number 209. (PC 834) 9 210 South Framingham (Mass.) Band on parade. Postmarked 1908. (PC 550) 9 211 Springfield (Mass.) Odd Fellows Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 377) 9 212 "Ihe Pagoda and Lake Quannapowitt, Wakefield, Mass." Postmarked 1907. Negative #87-14033. (PC 280) 9 213 "Wakefield Common Overlooking lake Quannapowitt, Wakefield, Mass." Bandstand in view. (PC 768) 9 214 "Wakefield Common Overlooking Lake Quannapowitt, Wakefield, Mass." Same view as number 213. (PC 733) 9 215 Regal Shoe Band, Whitman Mass. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. Negative #89-12128. (PC 268) 9 216 Worcester (Mass.) Brass Band. (PC 103) 9 217 Worcester (Mass.) Brass Band. Message dated 1916. Same view as number 217. (PC 303) 9 218 Worcester Brass Band on parade at a fair. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 183) 9 219 "Military Drill, MAC, Amherst, Mass." (PC 266) 9 220 "Battery 'B' Band at Cottage City, Mass." Ca. 1895-1907. (PC 272) 9 221 Fitchburg (Mass.) 6th Regt. Band. Shown during parade on Governor's Day at Oak Bluffs. Ca. 1910. Negative #89-12126. (PC 302) 9 222 "Cadet" band. Postmarked 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 413) 9 223 Drill at the Adrian Industrial Home for Girls. Postmarked 1910. Girls' band leads parade. (PC 796) 9 224 Israelite Band, House of David, Benton Harbor, Michigan. (PC 487) 9 225 Miniature train with band at House of David, Benton Harbor, Michigan. (PC 360) 9 226 Women's band, House of David, Benton Harbor, Michigan. Postmarked 1911. (PC 365) 9 227 "Girls band, Eden Springs," House of David, Benton Harbor, Michigan. (PC 111) 9 228 Dobbins Rural Guards Band, Chambers Island, Michigan. Postmarked 1908. Band shown at the Menominee County Fair. (PC 366) 9 229 Burroughs Concert Band, Detroit, Michigan. Photographic postcard. (PC 109) 9 230 Parade scene with band, Detroit. Photographic postcard. (PC 408) 9 231 "Band Concert, Belle Isle, Detroit, Mich." Postmarked 1909. (PC 25) 9 232 "Band Concert, Belle Isle, Detroit, Mich." Postmarked 1921. (PC 24) 9 233 "Band Stand Over Lagoon, Belle Isle, Detroit, Mich." Postmarked 1915. 9 234 "Band Stand at Night, Belle Isle, Detroit, Mich." (PC 734) 9 235 "Band Stand at Night, Belle Isle, Detroit, Mich." Same view as number 235. (PC 793) 9 236 Floral flag and gazebo, Belle Isle, Detroit. (PC 735) 9 237 "Band Stand, Michigan Central Park, Dowagiac, Mich." Postmarked 1909. (PC 669)239 "Band Shell, Michigan State College, East Lansing, Michigan." Postmarked 1946. (PC 730) 9 238 Kalkaska (Mich.) Ladies Concert Band. (PC 112) 9 240 Kalkaska (Mich.) Ladies Concert Band. Shows faces of bandswomen only. (PC 113) 9 241 "Band Stand Crowd, Manistique, Mich." Postmarked 1914. Photographic postcard. (PC 108) 9 242 "U. S. Indian School Band, Mt. Pleasant, Mich." Postmarked 1911. (PC 840) 9 243 North lake (Mich.) Band. Postmarked 1909. Photographic 1 postcard. (PC 306) 9 244 Ovid (Mich.) Junior Band. (PC 355) 9 245 Imperial Girls Band, Reading, Michigan. 1911. Photographic postcard. (PC 800) 9 246 Imperial Girls Band, Reading, Michigan. 1913. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14225. (PC 801) 9 247 Stanton Marine Band, Stanton, Michigan. (PC 851) 9 248 Stanton Marine Band, Stanton, Michigan. Postmarked 1910. Same view as number 248 but in color. (PC 110) 9 249 Thompsonville Park with bandstand, Thompsonville, Michigan. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 279) 9 250 Unidentified Michigan band. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. (PC 406) 9 251 E.M.C. Brass Band. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 311) 9 252 Beaver Creek (Minn.) Band. Postmarked 1911. Photographic postcard containing several scenes of the town arranged around the band. Negative #87-14008. (PC 263) 9 253 Bandstand, Lake Benton, Minn. 1908. Tc. 37ff. 9 254 Lanesboro (Minn.) Band on parade. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. (PC 367) 9 255 Bandstands, Lanesboro, Minn. Postmarked 1909. (PC 671) 257 Cadet Band, LeRoy, Minn. Postmarked 1907. (PC 116) 9 256 Band Shell, Milaca, Minn. Photographic postcard. (PC 777) 9 258 Bandstand and statue of Ole Bull in Loring Park, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (PC 635) 9 259 Boy Scout Band, Montevideo, Minn., 13 June 1913. Photographic postcard, cut down. (PC 114) 9 260 St. Olaf College Band, Northfield, Minn. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 115) 9 261 Red lake Falls (Minn.) Concert Band. Postmarked 1908. (PC 868) 9 262 "Band Stand, Public Park, Rochester, Minn." Postmarked 1918. (PC 670) 9 263 Stewart (Minn.) Band. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. (PC 535) 9 264 Swanville (Minn.) Cornet Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 876) 9 265 Watertown (Minn.) ladies Band. Negative #87-14226. (PC 794) 9 266 Band Shell with band, St. Paul, Minn. Postmarked 1938. Photographic postcard. (PC 791) 9 267 Cuba (Mo.) Band. Postmarked 1909. Photographic postcard. (PC 373) 9 268 "Famous Iron Springs, Eldorado Springs, Mo." Postmarked 1907. Bandstand in view. (PC 632) 9 269 "Main Spring, El Dorado Springs, Mo." Postmarked 1908. Bandstand is in view. (PC 629) 9 270 Band Stand, Spring Park, Eldorado Springs, Mo. Postmarked 1957. (PC 26) 9 271 "Regent Spring, Excelsior Springs, Mo." postmarked 1917. Bandstand in view. (PC 778) 9 272 Jackson (Mo.) Band. Photographic postcard, cut down. Negative #87-14227. (PC 553) 9 273 Band Stand, Kahoka, Mo. Postmarked 1910. (PC 631) 9 274 M.W.A. Band, Rockport, Mo. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14228. (PC 489) 9 275 Band Stand, Carondelet Park, St. Louis, Mo. Postmarked 1913. (PC 634) 9 276 Music Stand at Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, Mo. Postmarked 1911. (PC 466) 9 277 "Music Stand at Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, Mo." Postmarked 1909. Same view as number 277. 9 278 "Band Pavilion, Forest Park Highlands, St. Louis, Mo." (PC 28) 9 279 "Band Pavilion, Forest Park, St. Louis." 9 280 "Band Stand, Forest Park, St. Louis, Mo." (PC 27) Color photo-mechanical. Neg. no. 91-9106. 9 281 Trenton (Mo.) Band. Postmarked 1914. Photographic postcard. (PC 369) 9 282 Unidentified Missouri band. Postmarked 1909. ^ Photographic postcard. (PC 421) 9 283 "The Famous Boston and Montana Band, Butte, Montana." Postmarked 1906. (PC 505) 9 284 Band in front of Eastern Gateway to Glacier National Park and Glacier Park Hotel. (PC 495) 9 285 Band Stand, Aurora, Neb. (PC 29) 9 286 County Building and Bandstand, North Platte, Nebraska. (PC 30) 9 287 Fort Robinson (Neb.) Band. Postmarked 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 861) 9 288 Salvation Army Band, Reno, Nevada. Re-issue of historic postcard. (PC 117) New Hampshire 9 289 Pine Grove Springs Hotel with Bandstand, Spofford Lake, Chesterfield, N.H. (PC 31) 9 290 Bandstand at Contoocook River Park, Concord, N.H. (PC 625) 9 291 "New Pavilion and Band Stand, Beaver Lake, Derry, N.H. " (PC 624) 9 292 Central Park with Bandstand, Dover, N.H." Postmarked 1912. (PC 626) 9 293 Common and Bandstand, Dunbarton, N.H. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 628) 9 294 Water street with the Bandstand, Exeter, N.H. Negative #87-14091. (PC 696) 9 295 Bandstand, Hampton Beach, N.H. (PC 711) 9 296 Bandstand, Hampton Beach, N.H. Postmarked 1911. Different view. (PC 469) 9 297 Bandstand, Hampton Beach, N.H. Postmarked 1912. Different view. Negative #87-14229. (PC 702) ' 9 298 "Listening to Music, Hampton Beach, N.H." Modern bandstand. (PC 32) 9 299 Higgins Concert Band at Hampton Beach, N.H. Photographic postcard. (PC 118) 9 300 Colburn Park with Bandstand, Lebanon, N.H. (PC 627) 9 301 Band Stand and Casino, Central Park, Somersworth, N.H. (PC 630) 9 302 Bandstand, West Wilton, N.H. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14032. (PC 709) 9 303 King Square with decorated Bandstand, Whitefield, N.H. 9 304 Listening to the Bard, Asbury Park, N.J. Postmarked 1910. Negative #87-14083. (PC 736) 9 305 View Showing Bandstand, Hamilton Park, Jersey City, N.J. (PC 726) 9 307 Bandstand in Lafayette Park, Jersey City, N.J." Postmarked 1906 9 306 New Brunswick (N.J.) Hook and ladder Co. and Band on parade. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 422) 9 308 Advertising postcard for Friedman's Music Shop, Newark, N.J. (PC 441) 9 309 "The Band Stand, West Side Park, Paterson, N.J." Postmarked 1909. Negative #87-14230. (PC 281) 9 310 Bandstand on the Delaware River, Riverside, N.J.

PC 9 311 Patterson's Band, Stratford, N.J. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14231. (PC 273) 9 312 "Bandstand, Cadwalader Park, Trenton, N.J." Postmarked 1908. (PC 686) 9 313 Marching Around the Flagpole at Zarephath Academy, Zarephath, N.J. Shows children's band. (PC 325) 9 314 115th Infantry Band, New Jersey National Guard, Newark, N.J. Photographic postcard. (PC 238) Neg. No. 91-9105 9 315 Bandstand in Robinson Park, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Postmarked 1915. (PC 33) 9 316 Military Parade, Deming, N.M. (PC 528) 9 317 F. W. Forness Jr. Band, Allegany, N.Y. Souvenir postcard, 1907. (PC 120) 9 318 Richardson's Cornet Band, Alligerville, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 119) 9 319 Ashland (N.Y.) Cornet Band. Card carries endorsement of C. G. Conn instruments. (PC 208) 9 320 Ashland (N.Y.) Cornet Band. Same as number 320. (PC 547) 9 321 Bath (N.Y.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 121) 9 322 Citizens' Band, Berlin, N.Y. Photographic postcard. Photograph taken at Sunday School picnic. (PC 264) 9 323 Black River (N.Y.) Cornet Band. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 562) 9 324 Bandstand, Boonville, N.Y. Postmarked 1915. (PC 620) 9 325 "Band Stand, Delaware Park, Buffalo, N.Y." (PC 613) 9 326 "Band Stand, Delaware Park, Buffalo, N.Y." Same view as number 326. (PC 694) 9 327 Park and bandstand at Camden, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 604) 9 328 Canajoharie (N.Y.) Citizens' Band. Postmarked 1926. (PC 534) 9 329 Public Square and Bandstand, Central Square, N.Y. (PC 35) 9 330 Public Square and Bandstand, Central Square, N.Y. Black and white version of number 330. (PC 692) 9 331 Chase Mills (N.Y.) Band. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14232. (PC 122) 9 332 Chester Military Band. Probably Chester, N.Y. Postmarked 1905. Photographic postcard. (PC 309) 9 333 Opera House and bandstand, Claremont, N.Y. Postmarked 1906. (PC 617) 9 334 Band on parade, Cohassett, N.Y. Photographic postcard. "Welcome F. L. T." on banner. (PC 821) 9 335 Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) Band. Postmarked 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 123) 9 336 "The Square and Band Stand, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y." Postmarked 1908. Negative #87-14090. (PC 36) 9 337 Parade scene, Dansville, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 810) 9 338 Bandstand, High Falls Park, Dolgeville, N.Y. (PC 37) 9 339 Downsville (N.Y.) Concert Band. Postmarked 1911. (PC 318) 9 340 Wisner Park and bandstand, FJmira, N.Y. Postmarked 1908. (PC 275) 9 341 Wisner Park and bandstand, Elmira, N.Y. (PC 621) 9 342 Fort Plain (N.Y.) Band. Postmarked 1910. (PC 509) 9 343 Fort Plain (N.Y.) Band. Same view as number 343. (PC 510) 9 344 Gloversville (N.Y.) Band on parade. Postmarked 1914. Photographic postcard. (PC 414) 9 345 "Melchoir Memorial Park and Band Stand, Gloversville, N.Y." Postmarked 1915. (PC 38) 9 346 Greene (N.Y.) Cornet Band. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 124) 9 347 Park and bandstand, Greenport, N.Y. (PC 623) 9 348 Guthrie Centre (N.Y.) Military Band. Postmarked 1911. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14233. (PC 125) 9 349 Park and Bandstand, Hamburg, N.Y. Postmarked 1916. (PC 39) 9 350 Hammondsport (N.Y.) Band. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14234. (PC 126) 9 351 Fort Dayton Band, Herkimer, N.Y. Postmarked 1909. (PC 498) 9 352 Bandstand, Herkimer, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 610) 9 353 "Band Stand, Hillburn, N.Y." (PC 40) 9 354 Ilion (N.Y.) Military Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 265) 9 355 Washington Park with bandstand, Ithaca, N.Y. Postmarked 1914. (PC 41) 9 356 Courthouse and bandstand, Johnstown, N.Y. Postmarked 1909. (PC 42) 9 357 Courthouse and bandstand, Johnstown, N.Y. Same view as number 357. (PC 53) 9 358 Bandstand, Kingston, N.Y. Postmarked 1906. (PC 44) 9 359 Bandstand at Kingston Point, Kingston, N.Y. Postmarked 1906. 9 360 Bandstand at Kingston Point Park, N.Y. Postmarked 1907. Printed in black-and-white. (PC 42) 9 361 Bandstand at Kingston Point Park, Kingston, N.Y. Postmarked 1911. Sane view as number 361 but in color. Negative #87-14235. (PC 43) 9 362 "The Band Stand, Lily Dale, N.Y." Postmarked 1907. (PC 787) 9 363 "Ihe Band Stand, Lily Dale, N.Y." Same view as number 363. (PC 606) 9 364 Park with Bandstand, Little Falls, N.Y. Postmarked 1906. (PC 614) 9 365 Lowville (N.Y.) Band on parade on State St. Photographic postcard. (PC 375) 9 366 Lowville (N.Y.) Band on parade. Photographic postcard. (PC 128) 9 367 Lowville (N.Y.) Band on parade. Photographic postcard. (PC 127) 9 368 "Park and Band Stand, Lyons, N.Y." (PC 615) 9 369 Machias (N.Y.) Citizens Band, August 12, 1914. Photographic postcard. (PC 314) 9 370 Machias (N.Y.) Citizens Band with child mascot. Photographic postcard. (PC 859) 9 371 Public Square with Bandstand, Madrid, N.Y. Postmarked 1909. Photographic postcard. (PC 714) 9 372 Public Square with Bandstand, Madrid, N.Y. Postmarked 1913. Photographic postcard. Same view as number 372. (PC 765) 9 373 Maine Street with Bandstand, Maine, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 611) 9 374 Bandstand, Mexico, N.Y. Unusual bandstand fashioned out of a barn. (PC 691) Neg. # 91-2450. 9 375

Bandstand, Mexico, N.Y. Unusual bandstand fashioned out of a barn. (PC 691) Neg. # 91-2450.

The Bandstand, Mexico, N.Y. [picture postcard] Jubb (Wm.) Co., Inc. (Syracuse (N.Y.))

Circa 1900 English . 9 375

The Bandstand, Mexico, N.Y. [picture postcard].

AC0253-0000012.tif (AC scan no.)

Photomechanical reproduction of a photograph on picture postcard.

OPPS Neg. 91.2450. Copyright apparently expired, image in public domain, but the Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Permission to reproduce available through Archives Center.

Bandstands -- 1890-1910 -- Photographs Mexico N.Y. -- 1890-1910 -- Photographs Photographs -- 1890-1910 -- Black-and-white photoprints Postcards -- 1890-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 Wasel's Public School Band, probably New York City. Postmarked 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 843) 9 376 "The Band Stand, Central Park, New York City." (PC 690) 9 377 "Band Stand, Central Park, New York." (PC 723) 9 378 "Sunday Crowd Gathered at Music Stand, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y." (PC 619) 9 379 "Band Stand, St. Mary's Park, Bronx, New York." Postmarked 1917. (PC 34) 9 380 "Watching the shows at Midland Beach, S. I." Crowd scene at bandstand on Staten Island. Negative #87-14236. (PC 764) 9 381 Bandstand, Newark, N.Y. Postmarked 1908. 9 382 Bandstand, Newark, N.Y. Postmarked 1910. Same view as number 382. (PC 476) 9 383 Bandstand, Newark, N.Y. Same view as number 382. (PC 457) 9 384 Newark Valley (N.Y.) Cornet Band, Memorial Day, 1907. (PC 324) 9 385 Newark Valley (N.Y.) Cornet Band, Memorial Day, 1907. Same view as number 385. (PC 559) 9 386 Newark Valley cornet Band. Postmarked 1906. (PC 290) 9 387 "Band Stand, Orange Lake Park, by Moonlight, Newburgh, N.Y. Postmarked 1909. (PC 788) 9 388 East Side Park with Bandstand, Norwich, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 719) 9 389 Keating's Band in front of Elks Club, Clean, N.Y. Postmarked 1910. (PC 130) 9 390 The Park with Bandstand, Oneida, N.Y. Postmarked 1909. (PC 618) 9 391 Ihe Park with Bandstand, Oneida, N.Y. Postmarked 1910. (PC 46) 9 392 New York band, probably from Qneida. Postmarked 1912. Photographic postcard. (PC 398) 9 393 "Pavilion at Cottage Hotel, Ontario Beach, N.Y." (PC 725) 9 394 Pine Valley (N.Y.) Band. (PC 129) 9 395 Orange Square with Bandstand, Port Jervis, N.Y. (PC 724) 9 396 Band in Front of City Hall, Portville, N.Y. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. Band is welcoming returning veterans. (PC 387) 9 397 Prattsville (N.Y.) Cornet Band. Postmarked 1908. (PC 297) 9 398 Prattsville (N.Y.) Cornet Band. Same view as number 398. (PC 478) 9 399 South Park with Bandstand, Pulaski, N.Y. Postmarked 1908. 9 400 Band on parade in Redwood, N.Y., July 4, 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 548) 10 401 "Band Concert, Genesee Valley Park, Rochester, N.Y." Postmarked 1908. (PC 133) 10 402 "Band Stand on Trout Lake, Seneca Park, Rochester, N.Y." Postmarked 1911. (PC 715) 10 403 "Seneca Park, Boat landing and Bandstand, Rochester, N.Y." (PC 609) 10 404 "Band Stand, South Park, Rochester, N.Y." Postmarked 1912. 10 405 "Band Stand, Exposition Park, Rochester, N.Y." Postmarked 1914. (PC 47) 10 406 "Concert at Sacandaga Park, N.Y." Postmarked 1905. (PC 51) 10 407 "Band Stand, Foot of Main Street, Sag Harbor, L. I." (PC 721) 10 408 W. G. Hoag's Indian Band, Salamanca, N.Y. Postmarked 1911. Negative #87-14014. (PC 131) 10 409 Bandstand in Congress Spring Bark, Saratoga, N.Y. Postmarked 1905. (PC 608) 10 410 Bandstand in Congress Spring Park, Saratoga, N.Y. (PC 722) 10 411 Bandstand in Congress Spring Park, Saratoga, N.Y. (PC 462) 10 412 Bandstand in Congress Spring Park, Saratoga, N.Y. 10 413 Band Concert in City Park, Saratoga, N.Y. (PC 463) 10 414 "Band Stand, Crescent Park, Schenectady, N.Y." Postmarked 1922 but image is earlier. (PC 713) 10 415 Bandstand, Sodus, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 50) 10 416 Sodus (N.Y.) bandstand in the snow, January 21, 1907. Negative #87-14237. (PC 612) 10 417 Band concert, Sonyea, N.Y. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 767) 10 418 Citizens Band, South New Berlin, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 329) 10 419 Bandstand, South Otselic, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 48) 10 420 Stephens Mills (N.Y.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 132) 10 421 "Band Stand on Island, Qnondaga Park, Syracuse, N.Y." Negative #87-14035. (PC 276) 10 422 "Qnondaga Park, The Island and Band Stand, Syracuse, N.Y." (PC 732) 10 423 "Qnondaga Park, The Island and Band Stand, Syracuse, N.Y." Negative #87-14238. Same view as number 423. (PC 49) 10 424 Taberg (N.Y.) Band, 1911. Photographic postcard. (PC 856) 10 425 Turin (N.Y.) Military Band. (PC 134) 10 426 Walden (N.Y.) Band. (PC 136) 10 427 Randies' Ladies' Band, Walden, N.Y. Negative #87-14239. (PC 135) 10 428 Randies' Ladies' Band, Walden, N.Y. Same view as number 428. (PC 797) 10 429 Bandstand, Walden, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 616) 10 430 "The New Band Stand & Rest Room, Warrensburgh, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 720) 10 431 "Memorial Bandstand, Warrensburg, N.Y." Postmarked 1938. (PC 688) 10 432 Park and Bandstand, Watkins, N.Y. (PC 605) 10 433 West Mbnroe (N.Y.) Military Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 852) 10 434 Parade on Fireman's Day, Williamson, N.Y. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14240. (PC 137) 10 435 Park and Bandstand, Windsor, N.Y. Message dated 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 52) 10 436 Conkling Unconditionals with Band. "Hon. James S. Sherman's Escort." Postmarked 1909. (PC 566) 10 437 Band, 1st Regiment, New York National Guard, Binghamton, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 240) 10 438 Band, 1st Regiment, New York National Guard. Photographic postcard. (PC 142) 10 439 First Regiment Band at Camp Hughes. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. (PC 527) 10 440 Band, Fort Slocum, N.Y. Photographic postcard. (PC 139) 10 441 Band, Fort Slocum, N.Y. Different view. Photographic postcard. (PC 138) 10 442 "Fort Slocum, N.Y. Band." (PC 140) 10 443 "Dress Parade Review, Ithaca, N.Y." Postmarked 1906. (PC 808) 10 444 "Twenty-First Regiment Band, Poughkeepsie, N.Y." Postmarked 1909. (PC 143) 10 445 Scofield's Twenty-first Regiment Band, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Postmarked 1912. Card is advertisement for band. Same image of band as number 445. (PC 537) 10 446 "Scofield's Twenty-First Regiment Band, Poughkeepsie, N.Y." Postmarked 1912. Same view as number 445. (PC 374) 10 447 New York military unit with civilian band. Probably National Guard. Message dated 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 502) 10 448 New York Old Guard, on parade at "Centennial of the Oranges, New Jersey." Postmarked 1907. (PC 141) 10 449 "S.N.I.S., Ellendale, North Dakota." Postmarked 1908. (PC 144) 10 450 Band in front of Waldorf Hotel, Fargo, North Dakota, Postmarked 1907. (PC 145) 10 451 The Diamond Band, Akron, Ohio. Message is dated 1912. (PC 539) 10 452 Ladies Band, probably from Akron, Ohio. Postmarked 1916. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14241. (PC 798) 10 453 Mount Union College Band, Alliance, Ohio. Photographic postcard. (PC 356) 10 454 Basil (Ohio) Cornet Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 545) 10 455 K.O.T.M. Band, Benton Ridge, Ohio. Postmarked 1912. Photographic postcard. Band is shown marching in McComb, Ohio, on Decoration Day, 1912. (PC 358) 10 456 "The Bowling Green Band on North Main Street, Bowling Green, Ohio." (PC 354) 10 457 Knights of Pythias Band, Caldwell, Ohio. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. (PC 336) 10 458 Caldwell (Ohio) Kid Band. (PC 575) 10 459 Carrollton (Ohio) Band. (PC 149) 10 460 "Old Celina Band at Chautauqua Grounds now Mercelina Park, Celina, Ohio." (PC 332) 10 461 "Eagle Band Stand, Chillicothe, O." Postmarked 1908. Negative #87-14242. (PC 680) 10 462 "Eagle Band Stand, Yoctangee Park, Chillicothe, Ohio." Postmarked 1911. (PC 467) 10 463 Bandstand, Burnet Woods Park, Cincinnati. Postmarked 1908. (PC 643) 10 464 "Band Stand, Eden Park, Cincinnati, 0." (PC 603) 10 465 "Music Stand and Tower, Eden Park, Cincinnati, O." Postmarked 1910. (PC 468) 10 466 "Band Stand, Washington Park, Cincinnati, Ohio." (PC 679) 10 467 Advertising card for the H. N. White Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 1909. Card shows woman endorsing the "King" cornet. (PC 437) 10 468 The Columbus Dispatch Newsboys' Military Band. Advertising card for "The Columbus Dispatch." (PC 353) 10 469 Cortland (Ohio) Military Band, Aug. 7, 1912. Photographic postcard. (PC 573) 10 470 "Creston Band Stand, Creston, Ohio." (PC 647) 10 471 "The Jolly Boys' Band, Crystal Springs, Ohio." (PC 345) 10 472 East liberty (Ohio) Band. (PC 321) 10 473 Parade with band, Eden, Ohio. Postmarked 1912. Photographic postcard. (PC 339) 10 474 Elmore (Ohio) Juvenile Band, 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 322) 10 475 "Fremont Light Guard Band, Fremont, O." (PC 334) 10 476 Geneva (Ohio) Citizens Band. Postmarked 1911. (PC 352) 10 477 Hart's Boys Band, Hicksville, Ohio. Postmarked 1908. Young girl is shown holding clarinet. (PC 845) 10 478 "Hart's Band, Hicksville, Ohio." Postmarked 1910. (PC 567) 10 479 Iberia (OH) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 378) 10 480 "Post's Band, Kent, Ohio. G. Frank Elgin, Director." Postmarked 1932. (PC 328) 10 481 "Band Stand, Central Park, Lakeside, Ohio." (PC 646) 10 482 Boys' Industrial School Band, Lancaster, Ohio. Photographic postcard. (PC 150) 10 483 Mansfield (Ohio) Band. Postmarked 1915. Photographic postcard. (PC 338) 10 484 Maynard (Ohio) Band. Message dated 1910. Card carries endorsement of Conn instruments. (PC 433) 10 485 "The Massillon Band, Massillon, Ohio." Postmarked 1915. (PC 343) 10 486 "Hyperion Band, New Comerstown, Ohio." Postmarked 1910. (PC 348) 10 487 "Boy Scout Band, Newconerstown, Ohio." (PC 574) 10 488 Citizens Band, New London, Ohio. (PC 576) 10 489 Great Eastern Band, New Philadelphia, Ohio. Photographic postcard. (PC 549) 10 490 Buckeye Band, New Plymouth, Ohio. Photographic postcard. (PC 335) 10 491 North Industry (Ohio) Band. (PC 344) 10 492 Citizen's Band, Painesville, Ohio, 1910. (PC 151) 10 493 Citizen's Band, Painesville, Ohio. Postmarked 1911. Same view as number 493. (PC 571) 10 494 Citizen's Band, Painesville, Ohio, 1912. One woman trombone player appears with the bandsmen of the group. (PC 349) 10 495 Buckeye Band, Parkman, Ohio, 1911. Photographic postcard. Bandsmen are gathered for their 25th anniversary celebration. (PC 319) 10 496 Pioneer (Ohio) Band on parade. (PC 370) 10 497 Bandstand in Perry Park, Put-in-Bay, Ohio. (PC 644) 10 498 Ravenna (Ohio) City Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 357) 10 499 Richville (Ohio) Band at school reunion, 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 425) 10 500 Shawnee (Ohio) Band on parade, July 4, 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 394) 10 501 Shelby (Ohio) Band. Postmarked 1908. (PC 350) 10 502 City Band, Sherwood, Ohio. Photographic postcard. (PC 395) 10 503 Ohio Pythian Hone Boys Band, Springfield, Ohio. (PC 351) 10 504 "New Band Stand, Snyder Park, Springfield, Ohio." (PC 682) 10 505 "New Band Stand, Snyder Park, Springfield, Ohio." Same view as number 505. (PC 54) 10 506 Stockport (Ohio) Band. Postmarked 1909. Photographic postcard. Two young female cornetists appear with the seven men who make up the band. (PC 359) 10 507 Sycamore (Ohio) Ladies Concert Band. Postmarked 1913. (PC 323) 10 508 Mr. Foley's Volunteer Band, Tarkio, Ohio. Photographic postcard. (PC 152) 10 509 Van Doren's Band, Toledo, 1907. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 320) 10 510 Newsboys Band, Toledo. Postmarked 1909. (PC 153) 10 511 Newsboys Band, Toledo. Postmarked 1911. Same view as number 511. (PC 341) 10 512 M. W. of A. Bugle Corps, Toledo. 1911. Photographic postcard. (PC 582) 10 513 Park and Bandstand, Wadsworth, Ohio. (PC 645) 10 514 Warren Military Band School, Warren, Ohio. Card serves as advertisement for the school. Ca. 1910. (PC 518) 10 515 Westerville Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 572) 10 516 Wilksville (Ohio) Cornet Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 569) 10 517 Youngstown (Ohio) Band in bandstand. Postmarked 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 642) 10 518 1st Regiment Band, Canton, Ohio. Photographic postcard. Band is shown on parade in Tacoma, Ohio. Pre-1902. Uniforms are of especial interest. (PC 382) 10 519 8th Regiment Band & Companies B. & F., O.N.G. at Union Depot on their way to encampment at Port Clinton, Ohio. Postmarked 1909. (PC 342) 10 520 Consolidated llth Regiment and Junior Bands, May 30, 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 340) 10 521 Band on parade in Guymon, Oklahoma on Pioneer Day, 1937. Photographic postcard. (PC 508) 10 522 Lament (Okla.) Concert Band. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. (PC 310) 10 523 "Band Stand, Belle Isle Park, Oklahoma City, Okla." Postmarked 1910. (PC 55) 10 524 "Frederick, Okla., Band Boys, July 1-3-09." (PC 826) 10 525 Bandstand and Soda Spring in Lithia Park, Ashland, Oregon. Photographic postcard. (PC 56) 10 526 U.S. Indian School Band, Chemawa, Oregon. Photographic postcard. (PC 499) 10 527 O.A.C. Cadet Band, Oorvallis, Oregon. Photographic postcard. (PC 384) 10 528 "O.A.C. Class, Band Stand and Flagpole, Corvallis, Oregon." (PC 648) 10 529 Grand March Round-Up, Pendleton, Oregon. Postmarked 1920. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14243. (PC 146) 10 530 Elks Parade with Band, Portland, Oregon, 1912. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14031. (PC 147) 10 531 Band on parade during Rose Festival, Portland, Oregon. Photographic postcard. (PC 385) 10 532 Band in blackface, probably Seaside, Oregon. Photographic postcard. (PC 483) 10 533 Girls' High School Band, Seaside, Oregon. Photographic postcard. (PC 802) 10 534 Bandstand and Electric Fountain, Salem, Oregon. (PC 774) 10 535 Unidentified band at dedication ceremonies for "Vista House" on the Columbia River Highway, Oregon. May 5, 1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 419) 10 536 Multnoraah Guard Band, Portland, Oregon. "Official American Red Cross Canteen Band." Postmarked 1919. (PC 148) 10 537 Good Shepherd Hone Band, Allentown. Photographic postcard. Boys' band. (PC 159) 10 538 West Park with Bandstand, Allentown. Postmarked 1912. (PC 57) 10 539 Eagles on Parade, Allentown. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. (PC 813) 10 540 Public Square and Bandstand, Bradford, Perm. Postmarked 1911. (PC 657) 10 541 Park and Bandstand, Bryn Mawr, Penn. Postmarked 1912. (PC 58) 10 542 U. S. Indian School Band, Carlisle, Penn. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. Photograph taken during trip to Long Branch, N. J. (PC 860) 10 543

U. S. Indian School Band, Carlisle, Penn. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. Photograph taken during trip to Long Branch, N. J. (PC 860)

U.S. Indian School Band, Carlisle, Pa. ["real photo" postcard]

Circa 1906 English . 10 543

U.S. Indian School Band, Carlisle, Pa. ["real photo" postcard].

Photograph taken during trip to Long Branch, N.J. ("Casino / Ocean Park, / Long Branch / Cottrell, Photo" in negative, upper left. Signed "Lillian", lower right, verso addressed to Mrs. J. Thompson, Fair Haven, N.J., postmarked 1906.

Musicians -- 1900-1950 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910. Brass bands -- Photographs Musical instruments -- Photographs Indians -- Music -- Photographs Pennsylvania -- 1900-1910 Long Branch -- New Jersey Carlisle (Pa.) New Jersey Photographic postcards Photographs -- 1900-1950 Postcards Indians of North America "Indian School Band and Girls Quarters, Carlisle, Pa." Postmarked 1912. Negative #87-14244. (PC 160) 10 544 "Indian School Band and Girls Quarters, Carlisle, Pa." Same view as number 544. (PC 390) 10 545 Oonneaut and Westinghouse Air Brake Band, Conneaut lake Park, Pa. (PC 162) 10 546 Bandstand, East Smithfield, Penn. (PC 653) 10 547 "Court House and Band Stand, Franklin, Pa." Postmarked 1928. (PC 656) 10 548 "Boys Military Band, Galeton, Pa." Photographic postcard. (PC 164) 10 549 "Band Pagoda and Susquehanna River Bridge, Hallstead, Pa." (PC 654) 10 550 "Second Regiment Band, U.R.K of P., Hanover, Pa." Postmarked 1907. (PC 864a) 10 551 "Hanover Co., No. 8, U.R.K. of P., Hanover, Pa." Postmarked 1907. (PC 863) 10 552 "Hanover Co., No. 8, U.R.K. of P., Hanover, Pa." Postmarked 1907. Different view. (PC 864b) 10 553 Firemen's Parade, Jersey Shore, Penn. Aug. 1909. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14026. (PC 165) 10 554 Old Home Parade, Jersey Shore, Penn. Aug. 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 166) 10 555 Boys' Band, Kis-Lyn, Penn. Photographic postcard. (PC 167) 10 556 lawrenceville (Penn.) Cornet Band. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14245. (PC 168) 10 557 Leacock (Penn.) Citizens Band. Postmarked 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 530) 10 558 "Band & Reviewing Stand, Lehighton, Pa." Postmarked 1907. (PC 689) 10 559 "Band & Reviewing Stand, Lehighton, Pa." Sane view as number 559. (PC 477) 10 560 "Band & Reviewing Stand, Lehighton, Pa." Same view as number 559. (PC 458) 10 561 Orphans Home Band, Loysville, Perm. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14246. (PC 154) 10 562 "Tressler Orphans' Hone Band, Loysville, Pa." (PC 156) 10 563 loysville (Perm.) Orphans Hone Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 155) 10 564 "Tressler Orphans' Home Band, Marion C. Walter, Director." (PC 157) 10 565 "Tressler Orphans' Home Band, 1922." (PC 316) 10 566 Saxophone Section of the Tressler Orphans' Home Band. (PC 158) 10 567 Bandstand, Meadville, Penn. (PC 770) 10 568 Bandstand and Fountain, Millersburg, Penn. (PC 718) 10 569 Municipal Band, Mount Pleasant, Penn. Postmarked 1911. Photographic postcard. (PC 169) 10 570 Bandstand, Newcastle, Penn. Decorated card. (PC 650) 10 571 North Wales (Perm.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 170) 10 572 Orwigsburg (Penn.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 172) 10 573 Oswayo (Penn.) Band. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14077. (PC 171) 10 574 F. Hartman's Band, Philadelphia. (PC 372) 10 575 F. Hartman's Band, Philadelphia. Same view as number 575. (PC 173) 10 576 J. W. Pepper & Son Instrument Company, Philadelphia. (PC 439) 10 577 "lakeside Pavilion, Willow Grove Park, Philadelphia." Postmarked 1907. (PC 772) 10 578 "Fountain House and Casino Hill, Willow Grove Park." Postmarked 1913. (PC 59) # 9/- 10 579 "The Band Stand, Willow Grove Park, Philadelphia." (PC 61) 10 580 "Afternoon Concert Audience, Willow Grove Park." (PC 60) 10 581 "Music Shell, Willow Grove Park." (PC 775) 10 582 F. Hartman's Boys Band, Pottstown, Perm. Advertising card. (PC 174) 10 583 Bandstand, Reading, Perm. Postmarked 1907. (PC 681) 10 584 The Reliance Band, Saxton, Perm. Postmarked 1907. (PC 176) 10 585 Park and Bandstand, Sayre, Perm. Postmarked 1912. (PC 649) 10 586 "Music Pavilion at Nay Aug Park, Scranton, Pa." Postmarked 1911. (PC 655) 10 587 Ulster (Perm.) Military Band. Postmarked 1913. (PC 177) 10 588 "Fountain and Bandstand, Perm Cannon, York, Pa." (PC 651) 10 589 "Lily Pond and Band Stand, Farquhar Park, York, Pa." (PC 464) 10 590 "Farquhar Park, York, Pa." Postmarked 1908. Bandstand in view. (PC 685) 10 591 "Band Stand, Farquhar Park, York, Pa." Postmarked 1912. Negative #87-14247. (PC 652) 10 592 Third Brigade Band, Pottsville, Perm. (PC 175) 10 593 Trate's Third Regiment Band, Watsontown, Perm. Photographic postcard. (PC 178) 10 594 "Dress Parade of Lanciers at Lake ladore, near Carbondale, Pa." (PC 234) 10 595 "Casino Terrace and Band Stand, Narragansett Pier, R.I." Postmarked 1909. (PC 465) 10 596 "Bandstand, New Casino Grounds. Showing Part of Old Casino. Narragansett Pier, R.I." Variant of number 596. (PC 741) 10 597 Hedly-Livsey Band, Providence, R.I. Postmarked 1905. Advertisement for band. (PC 182) 10 598 "Band stand & Casino, Roger Williams Park, Providence, R.I." (PC 678) 10 599 "Band Stand, Wilcox Park, Westerly, R.I." Message reads 1911. (PC 658) 10 600 "Fountain and Band Stand, The Battery, Charleston, S.C." (PC 659) 10 601 "Charleston, S.C., Band Stand, Hampton Park." (PC 771) 10 602 Bandstand, Aberdeen, S.D. (PC 64) 10 603 Arlington Industine Parade, Arlington, S.D. Postmarked 1908. (PC 180) 10 604 Stock Meet Parade, Belle Fourche, S.D. 1906. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14025. (PC 267) 10 605 Parade, Dell Rapids, S.D. (PC 803) 10 606 "I.O.O.F. Parade, Yankton, s.D. in 1875." (PC 181) 10 607 Military Parade, El Paso, Texas. Photographic postcard. (PC 823) 10 608 Bandstand at Highland Park, Houston, Texas. Postmarked 1908. (PC 65) 10 609 "Municipal Band Concert, City Bark, Houston, Tex." 10 610 Bandstand, New Braunfels, Texas. (PC 717) 10 611 Park Scene with Bandstand, Pharr, Texas. Photographic postcard. (PC 588) 10 612 Alamo Plaza and Bandstand, San Antonio, Texas. (PC 67) 10 613 Alamo Plaza and Bandstand, San Antonio, Texas. Different view. (PC 66) 10 614 "Band stand, Depot Park, Lindenville, Vt." Postmarked 1908. Band is posed on bandstand. Negative #87-14248. (PC 277) /f/5d ?/ 10 615

"Band stand, Depot Park, Lindenville, Vt." Postmarked 1908. Band is posed on bandstand. Negative #87-14248. (PC 277) /f/5d ?/

Band Stand, Depot Park, Lindenville, Vt. [picture postcard]

Lithoprint photomechanical reproduction on paper.

Circa 1900 English . 10 615

Band Stand, Depot Park, Lindenville, Vt. [picture postcard]

Image of a band posed on and around the band stand.

Bandstands -- 1900-1920 -- Vermont -- Photographs Music -- 1900-1910 -- Photographs Lindenville (Vt.) Vermont -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 Photographs -- 1900-1950 Lithoprints Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 Postcards Montpelier (Vt.) Military Band. 10 616 Montpelier Military Band. Photographic postcard. Postmarked 1910. (PC 188) 10 617 Rutland (Vt.) Band. Photographic postcard. Band is playing in circular formation. (PC 493) 10 618 Wardsboro (Vt.) Cornet Band, Oct. 2, 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 187) 10 619 Bandstand, Woodbury, Vt. Photographic postcard. (PC 636) 10 620 "Inspection and Review, National Soldiers' Home, Va." (PC 805) 10 621 Graduation parade with band, Hampton Institute, Va. Photographic postcard. Black band. Negative #87-14028. (PC 186) 10 622 Herndon (VA) Band. Postmarked 1912. (PC 317) 10 623 Soda Spring and Gazebo, Hot Springs, Va. (PC 638) 10 624 "Band Stand, Lafayette Park, Norfolk, Va." Postmarked 1929. (PC 684) 10 625 "Band Concert, Ocean View Park, Norfolk, Va." Postmarked 1932. (PC 683) 10 626 "Ocean View Hotel, Ocean View Summer Resort, near Norfolk, Va." Postmarked 1911. Bandstand in view. (PC 637) 10 627 "Rustic Bridge in Elizabeth Park, Bellingham, Wash." Bandstand in view. (PC 640) 10 628 "Elizabeth Park, Bellingham, Wash." Bandstand in view. (PC 63) 10 629 Children's Industrial Home Band, Des Moines, Wash., May 14, 1910. Taken at Soldiers' Home, Orting, Wash. (PC 846) 10 630 Children's Industrial Home Band, Des Moines, Wash., May 14, 1910. Same view as number 630. (PC 193) 10 631 Children's Home Band, Des Moines, Wash. (PC 195) 10 632 Children's Home Band on excursion to Seminole Indian Village, near Miami, Florida. Back of card shows "Baby Edna" with her cornet. (PC 194) 10 633 State Capitol Park and Bandstand, Olympia, Wash. Message dated 1910. (PC 62) 10 634 Orphan's Industrial Home Band, Seattle, Wash. Postmarked 1906. (PC 847) 10 635

Orphan's Industrial Home Band, Seattle, Wash. Postmarked 1906. (PC 847)

Orphan's [sic] Industrial Home Band [picture postcard.]

Ink on paper, photomechanical print.

Circa 1906 English . 10 635

Orphan's [sic] Industrial Home Band [picture postcard.]

Postcard with reproduction of group photograph of children in Orphan's Home, Seattle, Wash., with instruments. Caption includes children's names and nationalities. Postmarked 1906, with message on verso addressed to Clara Eckert, Peshtigo, Wis. Nationalities are: French, Norwegian, Finnish, Irish, Italian, Canadian, and U.S.

Brass bands -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musicians -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Orphans Orphanages -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Pluralism Seattle (Wash.) -- 1900-1910 Photomechanical prints Photographs -- 1900-1950 Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 French Americans Finnish Americans Irish Americans Norwegian Americans Italian Americans "Natatcrium Park, Spokane, Wash." Postmarked 1909. Scene depicts band concert in progress. Negative #87-14081. (PC 639) 10 636 "Band Stand, Wright Park, Tacoma, Washington." Postmarked 1922. Negative #87-14249. (PC 756) 10 637 Johnson's Band, Tacoma, Wash. Shown on shipboard. Real photograph. (PC 299) 10 638 Park and Bandstand, Walla Walla, Wash. Postmarked 1917. (PC 779) 10 639 Elkins Coal & Coke Company Band, Bretz, W. Va. Postcard carries endorsement for Conn instruments. Women musicians appear with men in this view. (PC 210) 10 640 Hambleton (W. Va.) Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 190) 10 641 Freeport Brass Band, Reedsville, W. Va. Photographic postcard. (PC 191) 10 642 Citizens Concert Band, Sistersville, W. Va. Photographic postcard. AFM local number appears on bass drum. (PC 554) 10 643 Citizens Concert Band, Sistersville, W. Va. Different pose from that in 643. (PC 565) 10 644 Tanner (W.Va.) Cornet Band. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. Band rides in bandwagon. Negative #87-14250. (PC 839) 10 645 Omen's First Regiment Band, Fainoont, W. Va. Postmarked 1911. Advertisement for band concert. (PC 192) 10 646 Gibson's Harp Orchestra, Appleton, wis. (PC 434) 10 647 Memorial Day Parade, Argyle, Wis. 1906. Modern reproduction of an earlier card. Negative #87-14251. (PC 196) 10 648 Utopian ladies Band, Belleville, Wis. July 4, 1907. Negative #87-14017. (PC 197) 10 649 Brantwood (Wis.) Concert Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 486) 10 650 "Frank Holton & Co., Band Instruments, Elkhorn, Wis." Postmarked 1928. Negative #87-14252. (PC 557) 10 651 Arion Band, Kiel, Wis. Postmarked 1910. (PC 855) 10 652 ludington (Wis.) Guard Band. Postmarked 1923. Photographic postcard. (PC 298) 10 653 Parade, Milton, Wis. July 4, 1914. Photographic postcard. (PC 492) 10 654 Milwaukee Sentinel Newsboys Band. Postmarked 1909. Negative #87-14020. (PC 198) 10 655 "New Band Stand, Mitchell park, Milwaukee." Negative #87-14037. (PC 68) 10 656 Refectory and Bandstand, lake Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Postmarked 1907. (PC 677) 10 657 "Music Temple, Washington Park, Milwaukee, Wis." Postmarked 1945. (PC 675) 10 658 "Erail Blatz Temple of Music, Washington Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin." (PC 676) 10 659 New London (Wis.) Band. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14253. (PC 837) 10 660 Bandstand, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. 10 661 "lather Valley Band, Orfordville, Wis." Negative #87-14254. (PC 199) 10 662 "Luther Valley Band, Orfordville, Wis." Same view as number 662. (PC 540) 10 663 Platteville (Wis.) Normal School Band. Negative #87-14088. (PC 200) 10 664 City Park and Bandstand, Reedsburg, Wisconsin. (PC 69) 10 665 "Comfort Pavilion, City Park, Sheboygan, Wis." Postmarked 1947. (PC 712) 10 666 Two Rivers (Wis.) Military Band. Postmarked 1913. Photographic postcard. (PC 426) 10 667 Riverview Park and Bandstand, Watertown, Wis. (PC 740) 10 668 "Band Pavilion, Riverview Park, Watertown, Wis." Negative #87-14255. (PC 763) 10 669 Courthouse Square with Bandstand, Waupaca, Wis. Postmarked 1909. (PC 70) 10 670 Wisconsin State Prison Band, Waupun, Wis. Negative #87-14013. (PC 202) 10 671 Winneconne (Wis.) Band. Postmarked 1912. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14256. (PC 201) 10 672 Unidentified Wisconsin band. Photographic postcard. (PC 561) 10 673 Second Regiment Band, Marshfield, Wisconsin. Photographic postcard. (PC 346) 10 674 "Ihird Regiment Band, W.N.6., Viroqua, Wis., Camp Douglas, 1910." (PC 392) 10 675 "Ihird Regiment Band of Wisconsin, Viroqua, Wis." (PC 391) 10 676 Centennial Band Concert and Ceremony, Astoria. Photographic postcard. (PC 781) 10 677 Bristol Military Band. (PC 380) 10 678 Burton Cornet Band. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14257. (PC 841) 10 679 Canton Band, ca. 1909. Photographic postcard. (PC 857) 10 680 Band Concert and Audience, Como Park. (PC 71) 10 681 Charlotteville Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 185) 10 682 Creston Firemen Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 295) 10 683 Estevan Band at Pierced Rock. Photographic postcard. (PC 364) 10 684 Flemming's Famous Kid Concert Band. Photographic postcard. Boys' band. Avery (photog.). (PC 529) 10 685 Frank Grim and His Chateau Country Club Orchestra. Photographic postcard. (PC 581) 10 686 Franklin Brass Band. Photographic postcard. Band on parade. (PC 399) 10 687 Fremont Girls Band, 1921. Photographic postcard. (PC 379) 10 688 Glenwood Hall Band. Reproduction of early twentieth-century postcard. (PC 206) 10 689 Grandview Band. (PC 291) 10 690 Grange Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 204) 10 691 Greenwich Cornet Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 330) 10 692 Guthrie '89-ers. Photographic postcard. (PC 205) 10 693 Heflin Band, July 4, 1901. Photographic postcard. (PC 224) 10 694 Henniker Cadet Band on parade. Photographic postcard. (PC 307) 10 695 J. H. Raymond's Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 536) 10 696 J. H. Raymond's brass band ["real photo" photographic postcard]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

In box 10, series 1, sub-series 7.

Unrestricted research use on site. Unprotected photographs must be handled with white cotton gloves provided by Archives Center staff.

Photograph shows bandsmen posed casually in outdoor setting. On Postcard paper, addressed to Mrs. C. D. Prue, Copenhagen, N.Y., with no message.

Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910. Brass bands -- Photographs Musicians -- 1900-1950 Musical instruments -- Photographs Photographs -- 1900-1950 Postcards

loyal Legion of Loggers & Lumbermen Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 494) 10 697 Max Schmidt's Band—White and Gold. (PC 568) 10 698 Max Schmidt's Band—White and Gold. Same view as number 698. (PC 541) 10 699 Morrisville Citizens Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 389) 10 700 National Association of Civil War Musicians with Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 418) 10 701 Oxone Springs Bandstand. (PC 790) 10 702 Oshawa Band. Salvationist group. Photograph. (PC 475) 10 703 Oshawa Band. Salvationist group. Photograph. (PC 474) 10 704 People's Palace Band. Salvation Army band. (PC 106) 10 705 Pulaski Citizens Band on parade. Photographic postcard. (PC 546) 10 706 Rainbow Family Orchestra of Riga. (PC 247) 10 707 Seward College Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 261) 10 708 Seward College Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 262) 10 709 Smithfield Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 207) 10 710 Smith's Superba Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 832) 10 711 U. S. Jazz Band. Photographic postcard. Endorsement for Conn instruments appears on the group's drumhead which reads, "Al Moore uses Conns exclusively." Photograph was produced in Indiana. (PC 526) 10 712 U. S. Jazz Band. Photographic postcard. Same group as number 712, but different pose. (PC 873) 10 713 Weston City Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 552) 10 714 Five members of a band, July 4, 1913. Photographic postcard. Low brass section. (PC 225) 10 715 Town band, 13 players.Photographic postcard. Bandsmen wearing white suits and straw hats stand in front of flag. (PC 221) 10 716 Town band,14 players.Photographic postcard. (PC 415) 10 717 Town band,14 players.Photographic postcard. (PC 222) 10 718 Town band,18 players.Photographic postcard. (PC 854) 10 719 Town band, 20 players plus leader. Photographic postcard. (PC 831) 10 720 Town band. Photographic postcard. (PC 867) 10 721 Town band with flag. Photographic postcard. (PC 223) 10 722 Town band with flag. Photographic postcard. (PC 484) 10 723 Band in costume. Photographic postcard. (PC 409) 10 724 Band and friends in front of barn. Photographic postcard. (PC 525) 10 725 Band seated on bank steps with citizens looking on. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14258. (PC 220) 10 726 Salvation Army band. Photographic postcard. Female musicians appear with males. (PC 412) 10 727 Small orchestra. Photographic postcard. (PC 430) 10 728 Marching band in Four Oounties Firemen's Convention Parade, 1914. Photographic postcard. (PC 814) 10 729 Marching band in Six County Firemen Convention Parade. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14075. (PC 219) 10 730

Marching band in Six County Firemen Convention Parade. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14075. (PC 219)

Six Counties Firemen's Convention ["real photo" picture postcard]

Circa 1910 English . 10 1.7.730

Six Counties Firemen's Convention ["real photo" picture postcard].

Unrestricted research use by appointment. Photographs must be handled with cotton gloves unless protected by sleeves.

Image 3" x 4-5/8". Photographic postcard showing a brass band in formation (marching?), playing at the Six Counties Firemen Convention, in an unidentified American city. No message or maker identification on verso.

Some silvering lower right corner lost (does not affect image area) surface soiled and abraded.

Illustrated in Margaret Hindle Hazen and Robert Hazen, "The Music Men: An Illustrated History of Brass Bands in America, 1800-1920," Washington: D.C.: Smithsonian Instution Press, 1987, p. 152.

Marching bands Congresses and conventions Fire fighters Brass bands -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musicians -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Black-and-white photoprints -- Silver gelatin -- Postcards Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 Marching band. Photographic postcard. Boy on bicycle in front of view. (PC 564) 10 731 Marching band.Photographic postcard. (PC 815) 10 732 Marching band.Photographic postcard. (PC 214) 10 733 Marching band.Photographic postcard. (PC 216) 10 734 Marching band.Photographic postcard. (PC 218) 10 735 Marching band.Photographic postcard. (PC 404) 10 736 Small marching band on dirt road. Photographic postcard. (PC 217) 10 737 Large inarching band with drum major. Photographic postcard. (PC 215) 10 738 Citizens Band. Photographic postcard. Female musician appears with male group. (PC 848) 10 739 MWA Band. Photographic postcard. Ladies band. Negative #87-14041. (PC 400) 10 740 Band going on excursion. Photographic postcard. (PC 820) 10 741 Band in bleachers. Photographic postcard. (PC 396) 10 742 Campaign band for a local election. Photograph. (PC 472) 10 743 Campaign band for a local election. Photograph. Same group as number 743 but different pose. (PC 473) 10 744 Band in band shell. Photographic postcard. (PC 576) 10 745 Bandstand with bandsmen inside. Photographic postcard. (PC 766) 10 746 Town orchestra. Photographic postcard. Both male and female musicians appear in this view. (PC 584) 10 747 Boys' orchestra with female leader. Postmarked 1909. (PC 583) 10 748 Children's orchestra. Photographic postcard. Children pose on a huge, violin-shaped platform. (PC 579) 10 749 "Navy Yard Bridge, Kittery, Maine." Band leads parade. (PC 515) 10 750 "Morning Drill on Grounds of War College, U. S. Training Station, Newport, R.I." Postmarked 1908. (PC 809) 10 751 "Physical Drill, U. S. Naval Training Station, Newport, R.I." Band in foreground. Negative #87-14259. (PC 231) 10 752 "Sailor band" from the U. S. Naval Training Station, Newport, Rhode Island. Possibly a Marine unit. Postmarked 1909. Photographic postcard. (PC 181) 10 753 "Full Battalion in Front of Barracks, Yerba Buena Island, San Francisco Bay." Postmarked 1909. Band in foreground. (PC 229) 10 754 "Naval Training Station, Yerba Buena Island, San Francisco Bay." Band in foreground. (PC 230) 10 755 Band from USS Texas in Trinidad, April, 1925. Photographic postcard. (PC 818) 10 756 Band from USS Texas in Trinidad, April, 1925. Photographic postcard. Different view from number 756. (PC 819) 10 757 Consolidated Pacific Fleet Bands at Football Game. Photographic postcard by H. W. Long. (PC 381) 10 758 Unidentified U. S. Navy band on shipboard. Photographic postcard. (PC 405) 10 759 Navy band in King Parade, Honolulu. Photographic postcard. (PC 403) 10 760 Navy band on parade in Harvard Square. World War I period. Photographic postcard. (PC 402) 10 761 "Marine Band, Washington, D.C." Published by Harris-Ewing. (PC 244) 10 762 Marine Band, Washington, D.C. [postcard] Harris & Ewing

[ca. 1910] English . Local Numbers

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Item No. 762, Series 1, Subseries 7, box 10.

OPPS Neg. No. 99-248. Copyright possibly in effect. The Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Reproduction permission available through Archives Center.

Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910. Marines U.S. -- Photographs Musicians -- 1900-1950 Washington D.C. -- 1910-1940 -- Photographs Photographs -- 1900-1950 Picture postcards Postcards "Marine Band, Washington, D.C." Published by Harris-Ewing. Sane view as number 762. (PC 337) 10 763 Marine band on USS Montana. Postmarked 1910. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-13997. 10 764 Shipboard band, probably Marine, on USS Delaware. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14049. (PC 226) 10 765 "Drum and Bugle Corps." U. S. Amy band, ca. 1900-1910. (PC 506) 10 766 "The Band." U. S. Amy band, ca. 1910. (PC 519) 10 767 "Christmas Greetings." Unidentified Amy band, post 1911. (PC 507) 10 768 "Christmas Greetings." Unidentified Amy band, post 1911. Same view as number 768. (PC 520) 10 769 "Life in the U. S. Army Cantonment: U. S. Army Infantry Band." No. 61 in a series of army views. (PC 232) 10 770 "Life in the U. S. Army Cantonment: U. S. Army Infantry Band." No. 61 in a series of army views. Same view as number 770. (PC 497) 10 771 "Life in Our Amy. Regimental Band." Postmarked 1912. (PC 533) 10 772 "Inaugural parade, looking up 15th Street, Washington, D.C." Shows U. S. army band, ca. 1890-99. (PC 522) 10 773 "West Point Military Band, West Point, N.Y." (PC 804) 10 774 U. S. Military Academy Band, marching in parade in Washington, D.C. Photographic postcard. (PC 822) 10 775 149th Co., Coast Artillery Corps, Port Casey, Wyoming. Ca. 1902-1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 189) 10 776 Band on parade, Washington, D.C. Probably U. S. Army, 1902-1915. Mounted American Indians precede army unit in this view. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14260. (PC 85) 10 777 U. S. Army band marching in inaugural parade in Washington, D.C., 1909. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-13996. (PC 86) 10 778 [U.S. Army band marching in Taft inaugural parade, Washington, D.C. : photographic postcard,]

1909 English . Local Numbers

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Silver gelatin on on paper.

Item No. 778, Series 1, Subseries 7, box 10.

"No--21" in white at bottom (marked on negative), indicating the photographer may have been a professional.

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"Real" photo postcard with handwritten text on verso, to "Florence / from / Raymond" . Unmailed, no stamp. Note: "Notice how the streets were cleared for the soldiers to walk. Flags and decorations were all torn to pieces on account of the high wind [.] / Raymond". Image shows Pennsylvania Avenue looking toward Capitol, Old Post Office building in background.

OPPS. Neg. No., 87-14260. Presumably public domain, copyright expired.

Presidents -- United States -- Inauguration Presidents -- United States -- 1900-1910. Cavalry Washington (D.C.) -- 1900-1910

Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930

United States. Army "8th Regiment Band, Carlisle, Pa." Ca. 1904-1910. (PC 161) 10 779 "Guard Mount: Greetings From Camp." Published by P. J. Plant, Washington, D.C., 1907. Band is in view. (PC 235) 10 780 U. S. Army band at Ft. Riley, Kansas. Postmarked 1908. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14261. (PC 227) 10 781 "Fort Williams, Me.—Band Headquarters." Postmarked 1909. Bandsmen appear in front of building. (PC 101) 10 782 "1st Infantry Band, Niantic, Ct., July 18, 1910." Photographic postcard. (PC 331) 10 783 New York military camp. Postmarked 1910. Photographic postcard. Band appears on field with troops. (PC 542) 10 784 4th Cavalry Band at Mid-Pacific Carnival, Honolulu. Ca. 1910-1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 513) 10 785

4th Cavalry Band at Mid-Pacific Carnival, Honolulu. Ca. 1910-1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 513)

4th Cavalry Band at Mid-Pacific Carnival, Honolulu [photographic postcard.]

Circa 1912-1918 English . 10 785

4th Cavalry Band at Mid-Pacific Carnival, Honolulu [photographic postcard.]

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Cavalry mounted on horseback with musical instruments.

Postcard printed on Azo paper. No message, no stamp. Inscription in negative, showing white at bottom of card: "72 / Mid-Pacific Carnival - Honolulu - Military Parade - 4th Cavalry Band."

OPPS. Neg. No., from 99-382 to 99-385 [needs to be checked]. Public domain however, the Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Reproduction permission available through Archives Center.

Strong image, card in good condition.

Cavalry horses Horsemen and horsewomen Bands (Music) -- 1910-1920. United States. Army -- 1910-1920. Musicians -- 1900-1950 Cavalry -- 1910-1920 Hawaii Honolulu (Hawaii) -- 1910-1920 Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Black-and-white photopirnts -- Silver gelatin -- Postcards Photographs -- 1900-1950 Photographic postcards Postcards -- 1910-1920 Picture postcards -- 1910-1920 4th Cavalry, K Troop, Honolulu. Ca. 1912-1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 491) 10 786 4th Cavalry, K Troop, Honolulu [photographic postcard]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Item No. 786, Series 1, Subseries 7, box 10 (1.7.786). "163" imprinted in negative, lower left.

Cavalry mounted on horseback with musical instruments.

Postcard printed on Azo paper. With message, apparently from a K Troop band member ("this is a Photo of the Band. ") and is addressed, but not stamped. Message identifies the unit. Photographer unidentified.

OPPS. Neg. No., from 99-382 to 99-385 [needs to be checked]. Copyright probably expired and image is in public domain however, the Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Reproduction permission available through Archives Center.

Cavalry horses Horsemen and horsewomen Bands (Music) -- 1910-1920. United States. Army -- 1910-1920. Musicians -- 1900-1950 Cavalry -- 1910-1920 Hawaii -- 1890-1920 Honolulu (Hawaii) -- 1910-1920 Photographs -- 1910-1920 -- Black-and-white photoprints -- Silver gelatin Photographic postcards Postcards -- 1910-1920 Picture postcards -- 1910-1920 "U. S. Cavalry Band on the March at Ft. Ethan Alien, Vt." Dates from before 1911. (PC 816) 10 787

"U. S. Cavalry Band on the March at Ft. Ethan Alien, Vt." Dates from before 1911. (PC 816)

U.S. Cavalry Band on the March at Ft. Ethan Allen, Vt. [photomechanical picture postcard,]

Circa 1900-1910 English . 10 787

U.S. Cavalry Band on the March at Ft. Ethan Allen, Vt. [photomechanical picture postcard,]

Cavalry mounted on horseback with musical instruments.

Somewhat coarsely printed photomechanical postcard. No message, no stamp. Caption at bottom of card includes "Photo by E. Bachmann" credit.

OPPS. Neg. No., from 99-382 to 99-385 [needs to be checked]. Copyright probably expired and image is in public domain however, the Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Reproduction permission available through Archives Center.

Cavalry horses Horsemen and horsewomen Bands (Music) -- 1910-1920. United States. Army -- 1910-1920. Musicians -- 1900-1950 Cavalry -- 1910-1920 Vermont -- 1900-1910 Photographs -- 1900-1950 Postcards -- 1910-1920 Picture postcards -- 1910-1920 "Inspecting the Guard Mount, Fort Banks, Winthrop, Mass." Postmarked 1911. Bandsmen appear with unit. (PC 228) 10 788 "Guard Mount, Fort Banks, Winthrop, Mass." Bandsmen take part in the exercises. (PC 806) 10 789 70th Infantry Jazz Band, 10th Division, Camp Funston, Kansas. Ca. 1911-1917. Photograph. Negative #87-14095. (PC 315) 10 790 Guard Mount, ca. 1912 - 1917. Photographic postcard. (PC 239) 10 791 "Greetings from Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio." Ca. 1912-1916. (PC 521) 10 792 Guard Mount and band at Presidio of San Francisco. (PC 496) 10 793 Guard Mount and band at Presidio of San Francisco. (PC 233) 10 794 U. S. Army band on parade in Manila, February 2, 1915. Photographic postcard. (PC 420) 10 795 "U. S. Soldiers' Homeday, Camp Good Will, July 15, '16." Photographic postcard. (PC 560) 10 796 Coast artillery at Guard Mount, Presidio, San Francisco. Postmarked 1917. Band appears with unit. (PC 807) 10 797 "160th Reg. Band, Review Nov. 9, Camp Custer [Michigan]." Postmarked 1917. Photographic postcard. (PC 301) 10 798 7th Co. Coast Artillery Corps Band on parade in Newport, Rhode Island. Postmarked 1917. Photographic postcard. (PC 410) 10 799 Band and troops on parade, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Dated 1917. Photographic postcard. (PC 98) 10 800 U. S. Army band in France. Postmarked 1917. Photographic postcard. Negative #87-14094. (PC 237) 10 801 U. S. Annoy band in France, ca. 1917. Photographic postcard. (PC 401) 10 802 Pioneer Infantry Band on shipboard. Ca. 1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 236) 10 803 17th Engineers band, probably on shipboard. Ca. 1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 417) 10 804 U. S. Array band in Brest, France. Dated October, 1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 424) 10 805 U. S. National Army Band, 329th Infantry, in France. Dated 1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 300) 10 806 Six bandsmen from the U. S. National Army Band, 329th Infantry, in France. Dated October 27, 1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 585) 10 807 PDTC Cadets, Camp Benson. Ca. 1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 866) 10 808 334th Infantry Regiment Band, Camp Grant, 111. Postmarked 1918. Photographic postcard. (PC 90) 10 809 5th U. S. Infantry Band. Ca. 1920s. Photographic postcard. (PC 296) 10 810 184th Field Artillery Band, Camp MoCoy, Wisconsin. Postmarked 1942. Photographic postcard. Black band. (PC 829) 10 811 "All W.A.A.C. Military Band, Third W.A.A.C. Training Center, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga." Postmarked 1944. Photographic postcard. Women's band. (PC 828) 10 812 Ellis Brooks Band, 1916. Photographic postcard. (PC 88) 10 813 Helen May Butler and Her ladies Brass Band, ca. 1911. W. R. Forkner (Anderson, Ind.), pnotog. (PC 480) 10 814 Patrick Oonway and the Ithaca Band at Willow Grove Bark, Pa. W. N. Jennings, photog. (PC 538) 10 815 Advertising postcard for Clarence Cook and his band. Contains portrait of Cook with information about the band. (PC 213) 10 816 DeRue Bros. Minstrels and Concert Band. (PC 248) 10 817 DeRue Bros. Minstrels and Concert Band. (PC 523) 10 818 DeRue Bros. Minstrels in a performance on Upper Main Street, Hurleyville, N.Y. Postmarked 1912. 10 819 Bob Hermines' Midgets Band—IIIIhe World's Greatest Little People." Advertisement from 1939 New York World's Fair. Negative #87-14262. (PC 393) 10 820 "Innes and His Orchestral Band, Wonderland Park, May 1906." Band poses in front of bandstand in Wonderland Park, Wichita, Kansas. (PC 293) 10 821 Portrait of "World Famous Cornetist and Band Director." Advertisement for Redpath Chautauqua. Postmarked 1914. 10 822 Arthur Pryor and his Famous Band, N.Y. State Fair. Postmarked 1910. (PC 326) 10 823 Portrait of Sousa. Photographic postcard. (PC 243) 10 824

Portrait of Sousa. Photographic postcard. (PC 243)

John Philip Sousa [picture postcard.]

Circa 1900 English . 10 824

John Philip Sousa [picture postcard.]

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"Rotary Photo E.C." at bottom. Sousa wears uniform with three medals.

Brass bands -- Photographs Musicians -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Black-and-white photoprints -- Reproductions Photomechanical prints Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932

"Sousa and His Band in Europe, 1900." (PC 241) 10 825

"Sousa and His Band in Europe, 1900." (PC 241)

1900. John Philip SOUSA [sic] and His Band in Europe. 1900. [picture postcard.]

1900. John Philip SOUSA [sic] and His Band in Europe. 1900. [picture postcard.]

Two images on one card. Ink message at bottom: "Frankfurt. Aug. 10th / 90 [?] / My Dear Wife / I shall send you some money. " Publisher's note on side: Zimmermann & Co., Berlin S.W., Besselstr. 5.

Brass bands -- Photographs Musicians -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Germany -- 1900-1910 Frankfurt (Germany) Photographs -- 1890-1900 -- Reproductions Photomechanical prints Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932

"Sousa's Band and His Audience." Willow Grove Park. Postmarked 1908. (PC 242) 10 826

"Sousa's Band and His Audience." Willow Grove Park. Postmarked 1908. (PC 242)

John Philip Sousa's band and his audience [picture postcard.]

Circa 1908 English . 10 826

John Philip Sousa's band and his audience [picture postcard.]

Brass bands -- Photographs Musicians -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Photomechanical prints Photographs -- 1900-1950 Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932

Gilmore's band [picture stereograph postcard.]

Circa 1885 English . 10 826

Gilmore's band [picture stereograph postcard.]

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Five children holding a variety of instruments and pretending to be a band.

Brass bands -- Photographs Musicians -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Children Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Photomechanical prints Photographs -- 1900-1950 Stereographs Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910

Gilmore, P. S. (Patrick Sarsfield), 1829-1892

"Al Sweet's Concert Band — Ringling Bros.' Shows — Season 1909." Card carries endorsement for Conn instruments. (PC 504) 10 827 "Weil's Band at St. Louis World's Fair, May 15 to Dec. 15, 1904." Card carries endorsement for Besson instruments. (PC 836) 10 828 Aida Brass Quartette. Photographic postcard produced in Brooklyn, N.Y. Female group with two trumpets, horn, and baritone. (PC 431) 10 829 Aida Brass Quartette. Advertising postcard for the group. Different view from number 829. (PC 432) 10 830 Prof. Carroll and son, both of Savage, Maryland. Shown with cornets. Card carries endorsement of Conn instruments. Negative #87-14263. (PC 586) 10 831 Willard Hart of Altoona, Pennsylvania, with his cornet. Card carries endorsement for Conn's Perfected Wonder Cornet. (PC 436) 10 832 Henry W. Kath of Manitowoc, Wisconsin with his cornet. Card carries endorsement for Conn instruments. (PC 435) 10 833 George Leach and three colleagues. Photographic postcard. Group consists of two cornets, slide trombone, and tuba. (PC 429) 10 834 Mary McClanahan with Phil Spitalny's All-Girl Orchestra — "The Hour of Charm." Shown with her Gretsch-Gladstone Drums. Card is printed advertisement for the Gretsch Manufacturing Company. (PC 580) 10 835 M. Nelson and friends. Photographic postcard. Shows two oornetists standing with two ladies in white dresses. (PC 875) 10 836 "0. A. Robertson, Band Master and Soloist." Postmarked 1909. Portrait shows Pobertson with trumpet. Card carries endorsement for "King" instruments made by H. N. White Co. (PC 252) 10 837 Wolfer, George J. shown with his ophicleide. Photographic postcard, 1917. Wolfer was a member of the Aurora Colony, Aurora, Oregon. (PC 558) 10 838 Willis (Jeb) Serry with his tuba. Real photograph taken aboard the USS Kansas, ca. 1907. (PC 251) 10 839 Four unidentified military bandsmen jamming. Photographic postcard. Instrumentation includes clarinet, cornet, trombone, and drum. (PC 485) 10 840 Young nan with piston valve cornet. Postmarked 1907. Photographic postcard. (PC 253) 10 841 Young man with double bell euphonium. Photograph. (PC 471) 10 842 Boy with French horn. Photographic postcard. (PC 249) 10 843 Van with a violin. Photographic postcard cut down to wallet size. (PC 250) 10 844 "View at Victoria Park, Bermuda." Bandstand in view. (PC 73) 10 845 Eskimo Band of Hebron, Labrador. Photographic postcard. Band is based at Moravian Mission. Negative #87-14015. (PC 203) 10 846 Dean Bank Salvation Army Band. Probably based in Perth, New Brunswick. (PC 255) 10 847 Band on parade for All Souls Day, Bear River, Nova Scotia. Photographic postcard. (PC 308) 10 848 "Band Stand, Public Gardens, Halifax, N.S." (PC 641) 10 849 Bandstand, Erie Beach, Ontario. Postmarked 1926, but view is earlier. (PC 587) 10 850 Parade, Owen Sound, Ontario. Postmarked 1909. (PC 516) 10 851 "British Band Playing at Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto, Ont." Postmarked 1906. (PC 589) 10 852 Parade. Photographic postcard. (PC 416) 10 853 Ladies' Orchestra. Photographic postcard. (PC 578) 10 854 110th Cavalry Band, Mounted National Guard. Advertises concert tours for 1936-38. Card carries endorsement for Buescher instruments manufactured by Carl Fischer. (PC 862) 10 855 110th Cavalry Band, Mounted National Guard (Chester E. Whiting, conductor) : [photomechanical picture postcard]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Item No. 855, Series 1, Subseries 7, box 10 (1.7.855).

Cavalry mounted on horseback with musical instruments, shown in line from front, with another mounted figure, probably the conductor, in the foreground. Extensive text on card.

Somewhat coarsely printed photomechanical postcard. No message, no stamp. Card includes note about "Annual Canadian Concert Tours 1936 -- 1937 -- 1938" and endorsement for Buescher Band Instruments manufactured by Carl Fischer, Boston.

OPPS. Neg. No., from 99-382 to 99-385 [needs to be checked]. Probably copyrighted.

Cavalry horses Horsemen and horsewomen Cavalry Musicians -- 1930-1940 Bands (Music) -- 1930-1940 Picture postcards -- 1930-1940 Postcards -- 1930-1940 Picture postcards -- 1910-1920

Whiting, Chester E. (band conductor)

Buescher Band Instruments Co. United States. Army Unidentified military band. Photographic postcard. (PC 490) 10 856 Bandstand in town square, 1909. (PC 590) 10 857 Clayton Silver Prize Band, 1911. Photographic postcard. (PC 517) 10 858 Band at the Church Sunday School Festival, at Earl Shilton, September 8, 1906. Photographic postcard. (PC 259) 10 859 Plymouth Hoe Bandstand. (PC 674) 10 860 The Bandstand, Southend on Sea. (PC 591) 10 861 Bandstand, Lord Street, Southport. (PC 72) 10 862 "Besses o' th' Barn Band, White City, Sept. 9-22, 1906, Chicago, Illinois, USA" (PC 258) 10 863 "Sand Hill Road, Arrival of Troops to be inspected by H. M. King George V." Band leads parade. (PC 257) 10 864 "Cantonment Series, O.M. Band and Cantons Binghamton, Cortland and Norwich." (PC 555) 10 865 British Salvationist Band. Photographic postcard. (PC 556) 10 866 French band playing en the American docks. Photographic postcard. (PC 407) 10 867 Bandstand and concert at Nancy. (PC 673) 10 868 Kronprinzessin Cecilie Band, Bremen. (PC 427) 10 869 Band on Parade, apparently in a German city. Photographic postcard. (PC 825) 10 870 Unidentified German band. Photographic postcard. (PC 260)872 Bandstand at Mazatlan. Photographic postcard. (PC 592) 10 871 Grand Military Parade, Feb. 5, 1910. Photographic postcard. (PC 543) 10 873 "Inspection of Prisoners, Bilibid Prison, Manila, Philippines." Shows prisoners' band in striped uniforms. Negative #87-14264. (PC 254) 10 874 [Band with clown faces posed in front of Welcome Home sign : picture postcard.]

[Band with clown faces posed in front of Welcome Home sign : picture postcard.]

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

In series 1, subseries 7, box 10, item ?.

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Brass bands -- Photographs Musicians -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 Clowns Bands (Music) -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Musical instruments -- Photographs -- 1900-1910 -- Washington Photomechanical prints Photographs -- 1900-1950 Postcards -- 1900-1910 Picture postcards -- 1890-1910 Ephemera Series 2 Band Company Ephemera American Rawhide Manufacturing Co. (Chicago) . Atnrawco Drum and Banio Heads. Advertising brochure, (CE 49) undated 11 1 Bates, C. H. W. and Go. 32d Annual Catalog. 60 p. (CE 44) 11 2 Boston Musical Instrument Company (Boston) . 29th Announcement. 1914. 32 p. plus wraps. (CE 32) 11 3 Boston Musical Instrument Company. Typed letter, 13 May 1915. (CE 10) 11 3 Buescher Band Instrument Co. Typed letter, 23 Dec. 1911. (CE 5) 11 4 Buescher Band Instrument Co. The Saxophone — Its History and Use. 1921. 48 p. plus wraps and insert. (CE 46) 11 4 Conn, C. G. Co. (Elkhart, Ind.). Business card for E. 0. Butler. With illustration of factory. (CE 54) Neg. # 90-8370. 11 5 Conn, C. G. Co. "How Wind Musical Instruments Have Been Improved." Pamphlet, 12 p. (CE 20) 11 5 Conn, C. G. Co. "Youth Weaves Its Dreams to Music of the Band." Mounted magazine advertisement, 1926. (CE 31) 11 5 Conn, C. G. Co. Band and Orchestra instruments. 1930. 96 p. plus wraps. General Catalog H." (CE 45) 11 6 ["Artist-Ballroom Trombones" advertisement with illustration of trombone : trade catalog, page 29] C.G. Conn, Ltd.

[1930.] English . 11 6 29 Local Numbers

Page 29 from Conn catalog

Copy prints available. Probably copyrighted. Order from neg. no. 90-16438. Fees for commercial use.

Band and Orchestra Instruments. General Catalog H. Musical instruments -- 1930-1940 Trombone -- 1930-1940 Musical instruments industry -- 1930-1940 Advertisements -- 1930-1940 Trade catalogs -- 1930-1940 Conn, C. G. Co. Illustrated Price List. 1970. Color brochure. (CE 62) 11 6 Conn, C. G. Co. Musical Truth. Periodical. Collection has: v. IV, no. 8 (April, 1900) v. V, no. 8 (Feb. 1904) DC, no. 19 (April, 1916). (CE 21, 57 MIS 50) 11 7

Conn, C. G. Co. Musical Truth. Periodical. Collection has: v. IV, no. 8 (April, 1900) v. V, no. 8 (Feb. 1904) DC, no. 19 (April, 1916). (CE 21, 57 MIS 50)

Conn, C. G. Bugles [advertisement] C.G. Conn, Ltd. (Elkhart, Ind.)

Ink on paper, on back page of newspaper.

Advertising illustrations and copy from back page of April 1900 issue of C. G. Conn's "Truth," a commercial periodical or catalog which apparently imitated the title of the local daily newspaper, "The Elkhart Truth."

OPPS Neg. 90-16435. Copyright expired, in public domain, but user should check trademark restrictions. The Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Permission to reproduce available through Archives Center.

Bugles -- Drawings -- 1900-1910. Musical instrments -- Drawings -- 1900-1910. Elkhart (Ind.) -- Industry -- 1900-1910 Advertisements -- 1900-1910 Drawings -- 1900-1910 Truth (periodical). Conn, C. G., The American Model Monster BBb Bass [horn : advertisement] C.G. Conn, Ltd. (Elkhart, Ind.)

Ink on paper, on page bound in newspaper.

The American Model Monster BBb Bass [horn : advertisement],

Advertising illustration from C. G. Conn's "Truth," April 1900, p. 28. This periodical title probably parodies "The Elkhart Truth," the community's daily newspaper.

OPPS Neg. 90-16434. Copyright expired public domain, but user should check trademark restrictions. The Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Permission to reproduce available through Archives Center.

Horns -- 1900 -- Drawings -- 1900-1910 Musical instruments -- Drawings -- 1900-1910. Elkhart (Ind.) -- Industry -- 1900-1910 Advertisements -- 1900-1910 Drawings -- 1900-1910 C. G. Conn's Wonder Improved System Saxophones [advertisement] C.G. Conn, Ltd. (Elkhart, Ind.)

Ink on paper, bound in newspaper.

C. G. Conn's Wonder Improved System Saxophones [advertisement],

Advertisement on page 8 in the Feb. 1904 issue of the "C. G. Conn Truth." The publication title is probably in imitation of "The Elkhart Truth," the hometown daily newspaper where the Conn firm was located.

OPPS Neg. 90-16436. Copyright expired in public domain. However, the user should check trademark restrictions. Permission to reproduce available through Archives Center.

Saxophones -- Drawings -- 1900-1910 Musical instruments -- Drawings -- 1900-1910. Elkhart (Ind.) -- Industry -- 1900-1910 Advertisements -- 1900-1910 Conn, C. G. Co. Typed letter, 9 Sept. 1903. Signed by Conn. Accompanied by advertising letter, 1 p. (CE 66) 11 8 Conn, C. G. Typed letter, 12 March 1912. 2 pp. plus envelope. Written by H. Benne Henton as an endorsement for Conn instruments. (MIS 72) 11 8 Conn, C. G. Co. Typed letter, 26 Nov. 1913. 2 pp. plus discount slip. Signed by Conn. (CE 17) 11 8 Conn, C. G. Co. Typed letter, 10 Jan. 1914. 2 pp. Signed by Conn. (CE 18) 11 8 Conn, C. G. Co. Typed letter, 5 March 1914. 1 p. Signed by Herbert L. Clarke. (CE 19) 11 8 Cundy-Bettoney Co. (Boston). The Music Era. Periodical. Collection has v. 3, no. 4 (July, 1912) v. 3, no. 6 (Nov., 1912) v. 4, no. 1 (Jan., 1913) v. 4, no. 3 (May, 1913). (CE 28) 11 9 Dale, Benjamin B. Co. (New York). "Special Circular of Dale's Cornets," ca. 1900. (CE 38) 11 10 Detroit Music Co. (Detroit). Trade Card, Depicts horn-playing bull. 11 10 Ditson, Charles H. & Co. Typed letter, 2 Oct. 1908. 1 p. Signed by C. Ditson. (CE 16) 11 11 Ditson, Oliver Co. (Boston). Publications For Military Band and Orchestra, ca. 1900. 24 p. (CE 34) 11 11 Ditson & Company, Over 2, 200 Music Books. N. Y. and Philadelphia. Catalog # 3. 300 p. 11 12 Edison Phonograph Company. Advertising card for the phonograph, ca. 1890. Negative #87-14265 (cover view in color) negative #87-14266 (inside message in color). (CE 67) 11 13 Firth, Pond & Co. (New York). Receipt, 4 Feb. 1853. Negative #87-14062. (CE 1) 11 14 Firth, Pond & Co. Receipt, 7 Jan. 1858. Negative #87-14267. (CE 2) 11 14 Fischer, Carl Co. Typed letter, 2 Oct. 1908. 1 p. (CE 24) 11 14 Fischer, Carl Go. The Band Dieter's Guide to a Collection of Solo Eb Cornet Parts. N.Y., 1902. 223 pp. 11 15 Fischer, Carl Co. Band Leaders Hand Book, ca. 1914. 32 pp. (CE 36) 11 16 Fischer, Carl Co. Orchestra & Military Band Catalogue. 1914-15. 24 pp. plus wraps. (CE 35) 11 16 Gordon, Hamilton S. Samples of Orchestra and Band Music. N.Y., ca. 1905. (CE 50) 11 17 Hall & MoCreary Co. An Illustrated Dictionary of Musical Instruments with A Glossar of Musical Terms. Chicago: Hall and MoCreary, 1928. 11 17 Henderson & Co. (Philadelphia) . Band Uniform Catalog. #120. 52, 4 pp. with colored lithographs. Negative # 87-14268. (CE 27) 11 8 Henderson-Ames Co. (Kalamazoo, Mich) . Military and Band Uniforms. Catalog #10. (CE 65) 11 19 Holton, Frank and Co. (Chicago office) . Typed letter, 8 June 1907. (CE 12) 11 20 Holton, Frank and Co. (Buffalo office) . Typed letter, 5 July 1913. (CE 11) 11 20 Howe's catalog of music. Incomplete. 11 21 Jacob's Band Monthly (Boston) . Advertising brochure. 6 pp. 11 21 Ludwig & Ludwig (Chicago) . Drum Catalog, 1935. 48 pp. with colored wraps. (CE 33) 11 22 Ludwig & Ludwig. Here They Come How You Can Organize a Drum Corps. 5th rev. ed. 48 pp. (BE 39) 11 23 Ludwig & Ludwig. The Ludwig Drum and Bugle Manual. 1930. 64 pp. (MIS 5) 11 23 Leland and Son (Worcester, Mass.). Catalog for Eclipse band instruments, ca. 1890. Illustrated. (CE 47) 11 24 Lyon & Healy (Chicago) . Typed letter, 23 Jan. 1915. (CE 13) 11 25 Martin Band Instrument Co. (Elkhart, Ind.). Six color advertising brochures, ca. 1920. 11 26 National Musical Association (Philadelphia). Catalog of the National Musical Association, ca. 1900. 4, 120, 2 pp. (CE 42) 11 27 Osgood, C. W. Co. (Elkhart, Ind.). Manuscript letter, 29 Mar. 1920. (CE 15) Pepper, J. W. (Philadelphia). Manuscript letter and invoice, 15 Oct. 1888. 1 p. plus envelope. Negatives: Letter: #87-14269 Receipt: #87-14063 Receipt in color: #87-14064. (CE 22) 12 29 Pepper, J. W. Manuscript letter, 5 Nov. 1888. 1 p. plus envelope. (CE 23) 12 29 Pepper, J. W. Instrument catalog. 40 pp. (CE 39) 12 30 "J.W.P. Premier" musical instruments advertisement with illustrations of cornet and trumpet plus text : trade catalog page

ca. 1900 English . 12 30 Local Numbers

Page 1 from undated Pepper catalog.

Copy prints available. Probably public domain due to expired copyright. Order from neg. no. 90-16437. Fees for commercial use.

Premier (brand name) Musical instruments -- 1890-1910 Trumpet -- 1890-1910 Cornet -- 1890-1910 Musical instruments industry -- 1890-1910 Advertisements -- 1890-1910 Trade catalogs -- 1890-1910 Pepper, J. W. Orchestra Leaders' Guide. 1914. 64 pp. plus wraps. (CE 41) 12 30 Pepper, J. W. Catalog of Music. No. 42. 80 pp. plus wraps. (CE 43) 12 31 Pepper, J. W. Specimen parts for cornet and violin. Philadelphia, ca. 1890. 3 items. 12 31 Quinby, Benjamin F. U.S. Patent Report, 9 April 1872. 2 pp. Describes musical instruments. (CE 25) 12 32 Rubank, Inc. (Chicago). Price lists with descriptive material. (CE 48) 12 32 Samuels, Edward A. The Town and Country Musician. v. VI, no. 11 (Nov. 1884). 12 33 Samuels, Edward A. The Musician, v. XI, no. 10 (Oct. 1889). (CE 40) 12 33 Squire, A. "Descriptive Catalogue of Music and Books for Bands and Orchestras." Cincinnati, 63 pp. undated 12 34 Starkie's City Dye House. Trade card, ca. 1885. Advertises band uniform cleaning. Negative #87-14069. (BE 12) 12 35 Thompson, C. W. Trade card, ca. 1880. Features a comic image of a cornet player. (CE 52) 12 35 Van Wie, Charles H. (Albany). Autograph letter signed, 12 Dec. 1890. 3 pp. (CE 3) 12 36 Vega Co. (Boston). Typed letter, 6 June 1907. 1 p. (CE 4) 12 36 White, H. N. Co. (Cleveland). Typed letter, 19 June 1907. Signed by H. N. White. (CE 9) 12 37 White, H. N. Co. Bill of sale for double-bell euphonium, 12 May 1917. (CE 8) 12 37 White, Jean. Monthly New Music Bulletin. Boston, August, 1889. 4 pp. 12 38 Witmark and Sons. Our Salesman. Advertising periodical. Collection has two issues: one undated one dated 1 Sept. 1912. The later issues of this publication were produced by the Carl Fischer Ccnpany which took over the Witmark interests. 12 39 Wurlitzer, Rudolph Co. (N. Tonawarria, N.Y. and DeKalb, 111.). Musical Instruments. Standard of the World. Catalog #133. 120 pp. (CE 64) 12 40 Wurlitzer, Rudolph Co. Wurlitzer Band and Orchestra Journal. 24 pp. (CE 37) 12 40 York Band Instrument Co. (Grand Rapids, Mien.) Typed letter, 27 May 1907. 1 p. (CE 6) 12 41 York Band Instrument Co. Typed letter, 24 Feb. 1915. Signed by J. W. York? (CE 14) 12 41 York Band Instrument Co. Typed letter, 11 Oct. 1915. 1 p. (CE 7) 12 41 York Band Instrument Co. "The Instruments of the Band," 1927. 13 pp. (CE 63) 12 41 Miscellaneous recent advertising brochures including publications by Tonette Co., The Fillmore Co., Evans Drums, and The Musicians' Shop. 5 items. (CE 50) 12 42 Band Ephemera 2.2 Roles For Band Practice. Broadside, ca. 1860. Negative #87-14022. (BE 4) 13 1 Chenango Forks (N.Y.) Cornet Band. Advertising card, 10 Aug. 1888. (BE 50) 13 2 Ookato (Minn.) Cornet Band. Concert program, 18 Mar. 1890. (HE 36) 13 2 Cornell Cadet Band, Ithaca, N.Y. Four publicity photographs in the form of cigar box labels. Negative #87-14270. (BE 6, MIS 68) 13 3 Daly's Fifth Avenue Theatre Orchestra. Program, 7 Nov. 1874. Orchestra under the direction of Harvey Dodworth. (BE 4) 13 4 Dance/Ball Ephemera, 1868-1913. Various tickets, invitations, and dance cards. 13 items. (BE 15-19) 13 5-7 Duss Band. Concert programs for band's appearances at Luna Park, Pittsburgh, 27 Aug. - 1 Sept. Two copies. (BE 42) 13 8 German Infantry Band. Concert program, 9 Sept. 1893. Shares billing with German Garde DuCorps Band. (BE 4) 13 8 Gilmore's BandCl (Patrick S. Gilmore, leader) . Concert Garden Program, 30 May 1877. Negative #87-14059. (BE 4) 13 9 Manhattan Beach concert program, 15 July 1892 (BE IK 33) 13 9 Gould's Military Band, Seneca, N.Y. letterhead with band photograph. (BE 8) 13 10 Haverhill (Mass.) Cornet Band. Band fair ticket, Feb. 1883. (2 copies) Negative #87-14039 color negative: #87-14040. (BE 5) 13 11 Haverhill Band fair programs, Feb. 1883. (2 copies) (BE 52, 53) 13 11 Hazzard (Maine) Band. Program for excursion party/ 15 Sept. 1915. Includes photograph of the band. 13 12 Helen May Butler and Her ladies Military Band. Concert program, St. louis World's Fair, 18 Aug. 1904. Also program notes and ticket. (BE 41) 13 13 Hillsborough Cornet Band. Identification cards for individual bandsmen. 7 items. (BE 48) 13 14 Hingham (Mass.) Brass Band. Concert program, 11 Apr. 1878. Negative #87-14271. (BE 4) 13 14 Hopkinton Cornet Band. Concert ticket, ca. 1860. (BE 49) 13 14 Ithaca (N.Y.) Band. Cigar box label, with photograph of the band. (BE 6) 13 15 Independent Silver Band, Mt. Vernon, 111. Reunion minutes, Sept., 1914. 8 typewritten pages. (BE 21) 13 16 Jacksonville (Fla.) Band. Images of bandstands and concert scenes in a publicity booklet for the town. 64 pp. (BE 40) 13 17 Jillson's Cornet Band, Hope Valley, Rhode Island. Manuscript record books, 1873-87. 2 vol. (BE 23) 13 18-19 Mahan's Music Festival. Program, 12 June 1885. Negative #87-14272. (BE 4) 13 20 Martin Mayer's Band. Trade card, ca. 1890. (BE 51) 20 Medway Cornet Band. Ticket, 19 Feb. 1884. (BE 22) 13 20 Millersville Cornet Band. Ticket for Grand Leap Year Pic-Nic, 17 July 1880. Negative #87-14078. (BE 13) 13 20 Myles Standish Band. Program for band's appearances at Hotel Nantasket, 2-7 Aug. 1897. Also a second program for 8-14 Aug. 1897. (BE 35, 36) 13 21 New York City's Military Bands. Invoices from the Department of Public Parks for concerts presented to the public, 1892-1898. Bands represented include the 7th Regt. Band, the 9th Regt. Band, the 12th Regt. Band, the 23d Regt. Band, the 47th Regt. Band, the Old Guard Band, and many others. 48 items. (BE 44) 13 21-25 Nooksack Cornet Band. Concert program, 12 Dec. 1903. (BE 4) 13 26 Noss Family Band, New Brighton, Fa. Trade card, ca. 1890. Negative #87-14001. (BE 9) 13 26 Oregon Agricultural College Cadet Band. Concert program, 23 Dec. 1913. (BE 46) 13 26 Pasadena (Cal.) Municipal Band. Concert program for appearance at the Rose Bowl. Concert sponsored by "The Colored Citizens of Pasadena." (BE 43) 14 27 Pepperell (Mass.) Fire Dept. Program for the 6th Annual Concert and Ball, 7 Jan. 1898. 8 pp. booklet. (BE 15) 14 27 Saunders' Band, Peabody, Mass. Trade card. Negative #87-13989. (BE 11) 14 27 San Antonio Band. Pictured in International Exposition. San Antonio, 1909. "Mexican Band" is also illustrated. (MIS 11) 14 28 The Sousa Band (John Philip Sousa, leader). Inaugural Ball program, 4 March 1881. Booklet, 12pp., in color. (BE 38) 14 29 Concert program for appearance at the Court Square Theater, Springfield, Mass., 16 Nov. 1894. (BE 34) 14 29 Concert program for appearance at the Opera House, Mauch Chunk, Pa., 16 Jan. 1906. (BE 4) 14 29 Concert program for appearance in Los Angeles, 25-30 Oct. 1909. (BE 2) 14 29 Concert program for appearance at Harmony Club, Fort Worth, Texas, 24 Dec. 1919. (BE 45) 14 29 Twenty-Third Regt. Band (Alfred D. Fans, leader). Program for band's appearances at Prospect Park, 1895. (BE 1) 14 30 University of Illinois Military Band. Concert program with photograph, 18 April 1914. (BE 3) 14 30 Vessella's Italian Band. Program for band's appearances at Steel Pier, Atlantic City, 7-13 April 1912. (BE 32) 14 30 Wallack's Theater Band. Program for appearance in a play entitled "Itosedale," 15 May 1877. (BE 4) 14 30 Weil's Band, St. Lcuis. Promenade concert program and dance card, ca. 1904. (BE 41) 14 31 White's Military Band. Advertising card for appearance at Worcester (Mass.) Skating Rink, 6 Feb. 1884. Negative #87-14038. (BE 10) 14 31 Wilson's Ka-Noo-No Karnival Kbncert Band. Letter, with band's photograph, 31 Dec. 1912. (BE 8) 14 31 Wolfboro Cornet Band. Photograph from published work entitled Historical New England. (BE 31) 14 31 World Peace Jubilee. Ticket, June, 1872. (BE 20) 14 32 Worcester (Mass.) Brass Band. Advertising card for appearances at the Worcester Skating Rink, 1884. Card also lists the Worcester Cadet Band. Negative #87-14273. (BE 10) 14 32 Busch, Frederick. Trade card with receipt on verso, 1888. (CE 55) 14 33 Engels, Harry. "Personal reminiscences of music, drama, and literature in Boston and New York, 1869-86." Manuscript notebook, 1 v. Gift of Mrs. Louise McCoy. 14 34 Holt, G. Dana. Envelope advertising services as cornet soloist and teacher. (MIS 71) 14 35 Literati, Alessandro. Souvenir card and program commemorating appearances at the 23d Triennial Conclave of the Knights Templar, 24 Jan. 1886. Negative #87-14000. (BE 14) 14 35 Pew, Walter and Darla. Musician's union card, 1923-24, and A.F.M. transfer receipt, 1922. (MIS 12) 14 35 Reinewald, K. L. Receipt for music lessons. (MIS 70) 14 35 Music 2.3 Manuscript part books, ca. 1850. 2 vols. Philadelphia theater music. Inscriptions read "clarinetto/John Winens" and "1st violin/Miss Daval." Marble boards, 1/4 leather spines. 15 1-2 Manuscript band books, ca. 1865. 4 vols. Small, soft-bound books typical of the Civil War period. 15 3 Ringgold Band, Beading, Pa. E-flat saxophone book, ca. 1895. Marching size. 15 4 George M. Noll's cornet part books, ca. 1895. Music used variously by the Center County (PA) Band and the Montrose (PA) Band. Manuscript and printed notations. Negative # 91-2451 (folder 7). 15 5-7

George M. Noll's cornet part books, ca. 1895. Music used variously by the Center County (PA) Band and the Montrose (PA) Band. Manuscript and printed notations. Negative # 91-2451 (folder 7).

Philadelphia Quickstep (No. 13) [musical composition]

Ink on paper, in printed part book.

Philadelphia Quickstep (No. 13) [musical composition, ca. 1895].

AC0253-0000013.tif (AC scan no.)

Composition by J. Guth? from George M. Noll's cornet part book.

OPPS Neg. 91-2451. Copyright expired public domain, but the Smithsonian Institution makes no warranty or representation regarding the fitness for publication of information derived from or copies from its collections. Permission to reproduce available through Archives Center and S.I. Office of Printing and Photographic Services.

Cornet -- 1890-1900 Elkhart (Ind.) -- Industry -- 1890-1900 Part books -- 1890-1900 Musical compositions -- 1890-1900 Music to Be Performed at the World's Peace Jubilee. Boston: C. G. Cook, 1872. 178 p. Part book. 16 8 Cornet Part Books, ca. 1895. Issued for the most part by the J. W. Pepper Company. Miscellaneous marching band books and part sets, 1900-1940. 19 items. 16 9-15 Band training method books. 5 items. 17 16 Sets of parts for concert band, 1900-1970. 10 sets. 17 17-21 Hall, R. B. , "Famous Marches," 1899. Photograph of R. B. Hall on cover. (MO 23) 18 22 Hero's Quick Step. Boston: Henry Prentiss, 1836. Lithograph of band on cover. (MCJ 24) 18 23 Holloway, John, "The Blues Quickstep." Boston: E. H. Wade, 1836. Also one damaged copy of same. (MIS 19) 18 24 Hooton, James, "Pulaski Quick Step." Boston: Parker and Ditson, 1836. (MJ 25) 18 25 Lyon, George W. the Saxonia Quickstep. Boston: Henry Tolman, 1849. (MIS 20) 18 26 Moss, Jos., "Mocking Bird Schottish." N.Y.: Firth, Pond, and Co., 1859. (MO 6) 18 27 Prentiss Collection of Marches, 1841. 18 28 Sousa, John Philip, "The Directorate March," (MO 4) 18 29 The Liberty Bell March. (MO 4, 28) 18 30 Manhattan Beach March," cover only. (MO 27) 18 31 The Stars and Stripes Forever March. (MO 4) 18 32 Sorrentino, Eugenic, "Willow Grove March." Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1899. (MO 5) 18 33 Periodicals 2.4 Musical Messenger, v. 3, nos. 1, 5, 10 18 1 The Musician, v. 17, no. 7 18 2 Rochester Music Times v. 1, no. 1, 16 pp. 18 3 Trifet/s Monthly Galaxy of Music. 18 3 The Tuneful Yankee, v. 1, no. 1, 48 pp. 18 3 The Vox Humana, v. 4, no. 8 , 16 pp. 18 4 United States Musical Review, v. 2, no. 2 18 4 Whitney's Musical Guest, v. 7, no. 7 18 4 The Dominant A Journal of Musical Progress. 19 5-7 Scope and Contents

Collection has the following 18 issues: 1893 (Mar.) 1895 (Jan.) 1897 (Feb., Mar., May, June, Aug., Sept., Nov.) 1898 (Jan., June, July, Aug., Oct., Nov., Dec.) 1899 (Jan., Feb.) 1905 (Jan.).

The Etude Music Magazine A Monthly Journal for the Musician. The Music Strident and All Music Lovyrs. v. 49, no. 9 (Sept, 1931). Contains an article by John Philip Sousa. 19 8 The Metronome: A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Interest of Music in General. 1897-1907 19 9-12 Scope and Contents

Collection has the following 16 issues: 1897 (June) 1898 (Nov.) 1899 (May, June, Aug.) 1900 (Jan., May) 1901 (Jan.) 1902 (Feb., Sept) 1903 (Jan., Sept.) 1904 (Feb., Sept.) 1905 (Feb.) 1907 (Aug.).

Oversized Paper Ephemera 2.5 The Cornet Band. Cleveland, Ohio. Collection has v. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1884). 20 1 Fillmore Advertiser. 1916-17. Collection has the following issues: v. 4, no. 2 (1916) v. 4, no. 3 (1916-17) v. 5, no. 1 (1917). (CE 29) 20 2 Frank Leslie's Illustrated. 10 Nov. 1860. Issue includes description of a ceremony in Baltimore with bands as well as an illustration of an outdoor stage resembling a bandstand. (MIS 67) 20 3 Gleason/s Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion. 11 Oct. 1851. Includes article on the railroad jubilee and material on bands. See pp. 369-384. (MIS 32) 20 4 Lyon & Healy Band Herald. Chicago. Collection has issue for April, 1893. (CE 60) 20 5 Mead, Leon, '"Hie Military Bands of the United States," 1889 Supplement to Leslie's Weekly. 4 pp. (MIS 66) 20 6 Pepper, J. W., Musical Times & Band Journal, v. 12, no. 142. (CE 59) 20 7 Wind instruments. Encyclopedia plate, 1818. Depicts a number of instruments including a serpent and natural trumpet. (MIS 56) 20 8 The Fusilier Guards, ca. 1850. British. Matted print. 20 9 "Funeral Train of General Grant Passing West Point," 1886. Hand-colored lithograph. Shows band on train platform. (MIS 22) 20 10 "Boston Brass Band." Woodcut from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion. 9 Aug. 1851. .2 copies. (MIS 24, 65) 20 11 Worcester City Guards. Gleason's. 4 Oct. 1851. (MIS 25) 20 11 "Dodworth's Cornet Band." From Gleason/s Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, 17 Jan 1852, p. 41. The article is accompanied by two woodcut illustrations. (MIS 31) 20 12 "Serenade" by Dodworth's Band. From Glftagon/s Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion. 31 March 1860, p. 283. (MIS 23) 20 12 Encampment of the Boston Cadets at Nahant. From Gleason/s Pictorial Drawing—roan Companion, ca. 1853. 20 13 Ohio and Mississippi Railroad celebration—with band. From Leslie's Weekly. 20 June 1857, pp. 35, 37. (MIS 33) 20 14 Japanese embassy reviewing the New York Volunteer troops. From Leslie's Weekly. 30 June 1860. (MIS 26) 20 15 Union volunteer refreshment saloon, with band. From Leslie's Weekly. 27 Sept. 1862, p. 5. (MIS 27) 20 15 Gilmore & Co. advertisement. From Harper's Weekly, 19 May 1866. (MIS 30) 20 16 Advertisement for "Celebrated Band Instruments" from Harper's Weekly Gilmore & Co.

19 May 1866 English . 20 16 Scope and Contents

With illustration of trumpet. "Gilmore & Co.'s / celebrated band instruments / extensively used in the Army and Navy."

Musicians -- 1860-1870 Brass bands -- 1860-1870 Musical instruments industry -- 1860-1870 Bands (Music) -- 1860-1870 Advertising -- 1860-1870 Harper's Weekly

Gilmore, P. S. (Patrick Sarsfield), 1829-1892

"Saturday afternoon in the New York Central Park." From Harpers Weekly. 9 Oct. 1869, p. 649. Negative #87-14080. (MIS 35) 20 17 "The Mighty Drum Major." From Harper's Weekly 13 July 1872, p. 552. Negative #87-14029. (MIS 36) 20 18 "Ine Circus Coming into Town." From Harpers Weekly. 4 Oct. 1873, p. 865. Negative #87-13998. (MIS 37) 20 19 Unveiling the statue of the late Governor John A. Andrew, 1875. Descriptive text accompanies illustration of ceremonies. Band in view. 20 19 "Jim Brown, A Favorite Comic Song," 1836. (MIS 62) 20 20 "The Automation Band." From Gleason's Pictorial. 1851. (MIS 63) 20 20 Instruments exhibited at the Paris International Exhibition. 2 pp. (MIS 64) 20 20 The United States Marine Band. Folder of 4 lithographs. Reproductions. (MIS 57) 20 21 Druid Hill Bandstand, Baltimore. Reproduction of a nineteenth-century photograph. Shews bandsmen. 20 21 Columbus Music House. Scranton, Pa., ca. 1900. Advertising newspaper, issued irregularly. 21 22 The Leader. A Journal of Useful Information For Bands and Orchestras. Boston, 1882-1898. Collection has the following issues: v. 6, no. 8 (May 1881) v. 8, no. 3 (Dec. 1882) v. 8, no. 11 (Sept. 1883) v. 9, no. 9 (June, 1884) v. 10, no. 9 (June 1885) v. 10, no. 10 (Aug. 1885) v. 10, no. 12 (Oct. 1885) v. 13, no. 8 (May 1888) v. 14, no. 7 (Apr. 1889). 21 23 The Leader (continued): v. 16, no, 8 (May 1891) (Oct. 1898). 21 24 Military Bands and Orchestras. Camden, N. J., 1904. Collection has the following issues: v. 16, no. 4 (Jan. 1904) also issue for Oct. 1904. 21 25 "Leavitt's Swiss Bell Ringers." Advertising broadside. Also lists brass band. Measures 21" x 8". (BE 25) 21 26 "Third Annual Fair," Tilton, N.H. Advertising broadside. Lists bands. Measures 23" x 7". (BE 26) 21 26 "Fourth of July at Tupper Lake, N.Y." Advertising broadside. Measures 25" x 8". (BE 29) 21 26 "Louise Shaffer, Musical Artiste." Publicity lithograph. Measures 13" x 18". (MIS 1) 21 27 Fingering charts for flute and bassoon, ca. 1825. Pen on rag paper, text in German. Includes fine drawings of 8-key flute and 8-key bassoon as well as a page of early bassoon music. Measures 14" x 17". 21 28 Musical instruments, including pianos., pipe organs, reed organs, banjos and guitars, and music boxes. Large engraved plates from Butterfield. (MIS 2) 21 29 "Political demonstration of the present presidential campaign." From New-York Illustrated News. 13 Oct. 1860, pp. 360-61 with article on p. 363. Negative #87-14079. (MIS 39) 21 30 "Reception of the Japanese in New York View of the Procession." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. 23 June 1860. (MIS 34) 21 31 "U. S. Steamer Monticello Shelling the Rebel Troops at Chicamacomico." From Leslie/s Weekly. 2 Nov. 1862, pp. 376-377. Negative #87-13993. (MIS 40) 21 32 "Fair Time—Entrance to the Circus Tent." Harper/s Weekly. 12 June 1875), pp. 480-81. Negative #87-14274. (MIS 38) 21 33 Gilmore's Band at the Centennial Exhibition. From a woodcut in the Historical Register of the Centennial Exposition (Philadelphia, ca. 1877), 120-21. Negative #87-13990 (close-up) Negative #87-14275 (full view). (MIS 3) 21 34 "Philadelphia, Pa.—The Centennial Exposition— Procession." From Leslie's Weekly. 17 June 1876, pp. 240-41. (MIS 41) 21 35 "The music festival, Seventh Regiment Armory." From Harpers Weekly. 6 May 1882, pp. 280-81. (MIS 42) 21 36 Henderson-Ames Co. (Kalamazoo, Michigan). Advertising broadsides (2 in color) and related documents. 21 37 Barrows, Fred B. Scrapbook, ca. 1900. Contains numerous newspaper clippings, concert programs, and advertisements related to band performance around the turn of the century. Focus is on the area around Ayer, Massachusetts, where Barrows was an active bandsman. (BE 24) 21 38 Child's puzzle, ca. 1890. Lithograph, 7 1/2" x 7 1/4". Spells the word "march" and depicts a inarching band. (MIS 51) 21 39 Artifacts 2.6 Photographic band pillow, ca. 1910. 22 Picture frames, originally containing photographs of bands. 23 Picture frames, originally containing photographs of bands. 24 Folio—Size Broadsides 2.7 Grand Concert! Broadside, 1862. Advertises appearance of the Hopkinton (NH) Cornet Band. 24" x 36". Negative #87-14074. (MIS 21) Portrait of Patrick S. Gilmore endorsing Conn instruments, ca. 1890. Full color lithograph, 30" x 22". (MIS 43) Portrait of Jules Levy endorsing Distin instruments, ca. 1880. Black and white lithograph, 28" x 22". (MIS 44) Agricultural meeting, Hampton Beach, N. H. Broadside, 35" x 10". (BE 27) [Advertisement for Conn musical instruments with portrait of Patrick S. Gilmore : color lithographic poster] C.G. Conn, Ltd. Calvert Litho. Co., The (Detroit, Mich.)

[ca. 1890.] English . Local Numbers

In Series 2, Sub-Series 7, item 2.

Poster shows Gilmore in uniform, says he "indoreses" [sic] the "Wonder" Instruments made by C. G. Conn, Elkhart, Ind. & Worcester, Mass.

Probably public domain, copyrights expired. Fees for commercial use. Order from neg. no. 92-1458.


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Manville was born in Brighton, East Sussex, the daughter of Jean, a former ballet dancer, and Ron Manville, a taxi driver. [5] [6] She was brought up in nearby Hove, one of three daughters. [7] [8] Training as a soprano singer from age 8, she was twice under-18 champion of Sussex. [7] She began acting as a teenager, appearing in television series such as King Cinder. At age 15, she gained a place at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. [9]

After turning down teacher Arlene Phillips's invitation to join her new dance troupe Hot Gossip, she was taught improvisation by Italia Conti teacher Julia Carey. [7] [8] [9] She made her professional stage debut in the 1972 West End musical I and Albert directed by John Schlesinger and paid for her first flat by taking a part in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale Farm (1974–76), appearing in 80 episodes. [7]

Manville built a career as a distinctive theatre actress, appearing in new plays at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Warehouse and Royal Court Theatre from 1978. [10] She met Mike Leigh in 1979, when he was looking for RSC actors who could improvise. [8] In the 1980s, her work for the Royal Court included Andrea Dunbar's Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1981) and Caryl Churchill's Top Girls (1982) and Serious Money (1987). She also starred in the Top Girls Off-Broadway production in 1983. For the RSC, she starred in As You Like It (1985) and Les Liaisons Dangereuses (1985–86). She made her film debut in 1985s Dance with a Stranger directed by Mike Newell, and went on to appear in Sammy and Rosie Get Laid (1987) directed by Stephen Frears, and High Season (1987). Back on the stage, she starred in The Cherry Orchard at the Aldwych Theatre in 1989, directed by Sam Mendes, and in Three Sisters at the Royal Court in 1990.

In 1994, Manville starred in the first series of the BBC sitcom Ain't Misbehavin'. For her work in the 2000 miniseries Other People's Children, and the 2002 TV film Bodily Harm, she received nominations for Best Female Actor at the Royal Television Society Awards. [11] [12] Her extensive television credits include prominent roles in the dramas Holding On (1997), Real Women (1998–99), The Cazalets (2001), North & South (2004) and Cranford (2007). [13] She also starred in Cards on the Table, a 2006 feature-length episode of Agatha Christie's Poirot.

Since 2005, Manville has starred in several National Theatre productions, including His Dark Materials (2005), The Alchemist (2006) and Her Naked Skin (2008). She also starred in The Old Vic productions of All About My Mother (2007) and Six Degrees of Separation (2010). In 2009, she played Margaret Thatcher in the Channel 4 drama The Queen.

Manville has appeared in numerous Mike Leigh films throughout her career, including High Hopes (1988), Secrets & Lies (1996), Topsy-Turvy (1999), Vera Drake (2004) and Mr. Turner (2014). Her most notable Mike Leigh films are All or Nothing in 2002 and Another Year in 2010. For both, she won the London Film Critics Circle Award for British Actress of the Year. [14] For Another Year, she also won the National Board of Review Award for Best Actress, and was nominated for the British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actress and the European Film Award for Best Actress, as well as the Chicago Film Critics Award for Best Actress. [15] [16] She also won Best Supporting Actress from the San Diego Film Critics Society. [17] On 18 January 2011, she received a BAFTA nomination in the Best Supporting Actress category. [18] On 7 February 2011, former Charlie's Angels stars Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd presented the Best Actress Award to her at the "Movies for Grownups Awards". [19]

In 2011, Manville starred in Mike Leigh's play Grief at the National Theatre which earned her a Best Actress Olivier Award nomination. [20] For her role as Helene Alving in the 2013 revival of the Ibsen play Ghosts, she won the 2014 Olivier Award for Best Actress and the Critics' Circle Theatre Award for Best Actress. [21] [22] She also appeared in the films Romeo and Juliet (2013) and Maleficent (2014).

Manville was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2015 Birthday Honours. In the same year, she starred opposite Stellan Skarsgård in the BBC drama River, which earned her a nomination for the 2016 BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress. She then starred opposite Peter Mullan in the BBC sitcom Mum, for which she was nominated for the BAFTA TV Award for Best Female Comedy Performance in 2017 and 2019. [23]

In the 2017 period film Phantom Thread, Manville played Cyril Woodcock, the sister of the dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock, played by Daniel Day-Lewis. For her role, she was nominated for the Academy Award and BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress. [24]

Manville was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2021 New Year Honours for services to drama and charity. [25]

Manville's first boyfriend was actor Peter Duncan whom she met at stage school while attending Italia Conti. [26]

Her first husband was actor Gary Oldman. The pair split in 1989, three months after their son, Alfie (born 1988), was born, [8] [27] Her second marriage was to Joe Dixon. [8]

In 2007, Manville was living with her son in East Grinstead, West Sussex. [9]

In 2020, she delivered a monologue for the Equity Benevolent Fund to support fellow actors during the COVID-19 pandemic. [28]


Manville Roller Rink // Crystal Roller Palace // Rhythms // Hullabaloo

Manville Roller Rink • Click photo to enarge

So this is a great old Manville building that still exists at the outskirts of town. It’s now known as Rhythms of the Night and had previously had a stint as a dance club called The Yellow Rose. In the late 60’s it also spend some time as “The Hullabaloo” Here is a current era photo of Rhythms.

The Hullabaloo was also a dance club. Since we don’t have a photo of the place here is an incredible video of garage band “Witches Bru” playing there back in the day.

The truth is that I personally haven’t been inside this building since it was the local roller rink called the Crystal Roller Palace. In my era, The Crystal Roller Palace was a magical place straight out of an early 80’s cult teen coming of age action movie ala “Over the Edge”, where I was fortunate enough to be able cross the makeshift stone bridge across the local creek behind the place and rock the Joust arcade machine whilst listening to the latest Ozzy Osbourne track. Unfortunately I could not find a photo of the outside of the place, but there is a Facebook group dedicated to it. For illustrative purposes I stole this photo from it. I’m sure they won’t mind.

As this photo so perfectly illustrates, it was one of those great cultural watershed places in American small town living… and a great place to show off the latest long sleeve rock and roll T shirts. I suppose it had been for years prior. There was also of course, rollerskating, which somehow seemed to come second to the arcade for me… but I could do it. Well.

Before it was the Crystal Roller Palace, and before the Hullabualoo, it was still a roller skating rink, which I believe was just called “The Manville Roller Rink” and frankly I don’t know when it was constructed or when it opened. I do know from some old newspapers that it did exist at least as far back as 1941. Here is another really early photo of the place.

You can see it pretty much stayed the same except for an addition that was put on at some point. It’s a tragedy that those cool windows didn’t survive its metamorphosis over the years. Thanks to Carol Ascolese for these great old black and whites. These are definitely new to the site.

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The early 20th Century brought dramatic and far-reaching change. The Johns-Manville Products Corporation, the world&rsquos largest producer of asbestos, decided to locate its plant here due to the advantages of the confluences of the waterways, railroads and major highways in the area, which would, in 1929, become Manville.

With the locating of Johns-Manville, several million dollars of industrial development took place within the span of a few years. In conjunction with the location of the world&rsquos largest asbestos plant in the area, came rapid residential and commercial development in areas adjacent to the manufacturing facility. Consequently, in 1929, a referendum was held approving the creation of a separate municipality to be legally known as the Borough of Manville, named officially after the Johns-Manville Corporation.


Manville, Indiana

As an unincorporated area, Manville has no boundaries. It no longer has either a post office, or any established commerce. Its only institution is the Manville Christian Church, which was founded in 1830. That church grew out of a schism in the former Milton Baptist Church, which was located about two miles north on the East Prong.

The first attempt to establish a town was the platting of the town of Vienna in 1813 by Gershom Lee, just downstream from the meeting of the West Fork and East Prong. However, no lots were sold and Lee sold the tract intact in 1817. During this time there was reportedly a Shawnee camp in the area and two Shawnees were reported to stay at Lee's house. A Shawnee woman, Half Moon, married an early settler, John Miller. According to a descendant, George Miller, who wrote extensively in the Madison Courier during the late 1900s, Miller was buried in the wall of the Manville Cemetery. Because he had married a Native American, he reportedly was not buried in the cemetery itself.

The first known commercial reference was made in 1817 when Nicholas Manville petitioned to build a mill and a jury was named to view the impact of a mill dam. While Manville withdrew the request, Manville's mill was soon in operation. Manville either operated it in partnership with a son-in-law Isaac Howard or let Howard operate it.


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Early history Edit

Founded in 1858, the modern Johns-Manville entity was the result of the merger of two early construction products manufacturers. At the age of 21, Henry Ward Johns had already patented roofing and insulation products. He founded the H. W. Johns Manufacturing Company in New York City. [3] Likewise, in 1885, the Manville Covering Company was founded in Wisconsin by C. B. Manville. C. B. Manville's grandson was the much-married socialite Tommy Manville.

In 1901, H. W. Johns Manufacturing and Manville Covering Co. merged to form H. W. Johns-Manville Company. In 1926, the company was renamed Johns-Manville Corporation. In the 1930s, the industrialist Lewis H. Brown was president of the Johns-Manville Corporation. In 1949, the Canadian branch of the corporation was involved in the Asbestos Strike at its mines in Asbestos, Canada. In 1958, Johns Manville bought Glass Fibers, Inc. based in Toledo, OH from Randolph Barnard. This purchase propelled Manville's insulation division. At the time Dominick Labino was working for Glass Fibers, Barnard and Labino both joined Johns Manville. Glass Fibers had several plants in Waterville and Defiance, those are still in operation under Johns Manville,

Beginning just after World War II, sculptor Beverly Bender spent thirty-two years working in the art department of Johns Manville, creating animal sculpture in her free time. [4]

Asbestos litigation and Johns Manville Edit

Starting as early as 1929, Johns Manville employees began claiming disability from lung diseases. [5] The claims settled out of court with a secrecy order. [6] In 1943, Samac Laboratory in New York confirmed the link between asbestos and cancer. Johns Manville suppressed the report. [6] From approximately 1930-1950, attorney Vandiver Brown handled involvement in such lawsuits.

Files and testimony alleged that "[Johns-Manville] maintained a policy into the 1970s of not telling its employes that their physical examinations showed signs of asbestosis". [7]

In 1943 Johns Manville suppressed a report confirming the link between asbestos and cancer. During the 1960s, 70s and 80s, J-M faced thousands of individual and class action lawsuits based on asbestos-related injuries such as asbestosis, lung cancer and malignant mesothelioma. Many new settlements include offering $600 for asbestosis while the Fait Act calls for $12,000 for this condition level. [ citation needed ] As a result, Manville voluntarily filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 1982. At that time, it was the largest company in United States history to have done so. The filing shocked financial analysts but a few, such as Gary J. Aguirre, had predicted the filing and had forced Manville to post a bond to guarantee payment to their clients. [8] [9]

The bankruptcy was resolved by the formation of the Manville Trust to pay asbestos tort claimants in an orderly fashion by giving the trust the lion's share of the equity in the company. The bankruptcy took over 5 years to process and resulted in protracted litigation. The Manville Trust is still in operation today. [10] [11]

The company emerged from Chapter 11 in 1988 [12] as Manville Corporation. [ citation needed ]

Post-bankruptcy Edit

In 1997, the company changed its name back to Johns Manville without the hyphen, and this is the name under which it does business today.

In 2001, Johns Manville became a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A, NYSE: BRK.B).

In 2012, Johns Manville appointed a new CEO, Mary Rhinehart. [13] She was the former CFO for Johns Manville and has been with the company over 33 years.

In 2020, Bob Wamboldt became President and CEO. Mary Rhinehart remained at Chairman.

Manville Edit

The town of Manville, New Jersey is named for the company it had a large manufacturing plant in the borough.


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