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Hallock Raup papers


Repository: Kent State University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives.
Title: Hallock Raup papers
Inclusive Date(s): 1910-1986
Author: Finding aid prepared by Edith Serkownek
Creation: Finding aid encoded by Edith Serkownek using the OhioLINK EAD Application in 2011
Origination: Raup, Hallock F. (Hallock Floyd), 1901-
Extent: 3.75 cubic feet (9 boxes = 1 record storage box, 5 half size record storage boxes and 3 small DVD boxes)
Physical Location: 11th floor
Finding Aid Identifier: OhKeUSC0126
Abstract: These papers, dating from 1917 to 1986, document the personal and professional life of Kent State University Geography professor Hallock Raup, and include personal correspondence, professional research and writing, subject files and a small collection of early 20th century glass lantern slides.
Language(s): The records are in English

Biography of Hallock Raup

Born in Pennsylvania in 1901, Hallock Raup moved to California as a young man and earned his B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. He taught at several colleges and universities including the University of California at Los Angeles and at Eastern Washington University at Cheney. From 1943 to 1945 Raup served on the Board of Geographic Names in Washington, D.C. Raup came to Kent State University in 1945 to head the Geography department. He served as department chair until 1963. Raup retired from teaching in 1971, but continued to be active in a number of area service agencies including the Kent Hunger Task Force and Kent Social Services. During the last decade of his life he maintained an epistolary friendship with John B. Nicholson, former director of the Kent State University Libraries. Raup was married with two children. He died in 1985.

Scope and Content

The Hallock Raup papers cover the period 1917 to 1986 and include personal correspondence, professional research and writing, subject files and a small collection of early 20th century glass lantern slides. The personal correspondence includes letters from Raup to his parents (1917-1950) and a large collection of letters from his friend John B. Nicholson, former director of the Kent State University Libraries, to Raup (1975-1985). The papers also include a number of published geography articles, monographs and books chapters by Raup along with some of the corresponding research and manuscripts. Notably, Raup worked on the text of an unpublished book on local photographer, Arthur Trory. The glass lantern slides date from the early 1900s to the early 1950s and were likely used in teaching. Some were professionally produced for sale and some would have been made by Raup himself to accompany presentations.

Statement of Arrangement

The Hallock Raup papers are divided into series as follows:
Series 1: Biographical information
Series 2: Correspondence
Subseries 2A: Family correspondence
Subseries 2B: Professional correspondence
Subseries 2C: John Nicholson correspondence
Series 3: Professional writings
Subseries 3A: Articles, monographs, book chapters and manuscripts
Subseries 3B: Arthur Trory project
Series 4: Subject files
Series 5: Glass lantern slides


Separated Material

Please note that books from the personal library of Hallock Raup have been cataloged in KentLINK.

Related Material

Additional material on the tenure of John B. Nicholson at Kent State University, may be found in the collection, Libraries and Media Services, Records. Directors'/Deans' Files, 1935-2003. Additional material on area photographer Arthur Trory (1879-1967) can be found in the Arthur J. Trory, Photograph collection.

Technical Requirements

Glass lantern slides may be viewed with a lightbox.

Preferred Citation

Hallock Raup papers. Kent State University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives.

Acquisition Information

The Hallock Raup papers were given to Kent State University Special Collections and Archives in 1988 by Raup's wife, Lillian Raup. Additions were made to the collection in 1995, 2005 and 2011 by Raup's son, Henry.

Subject Headings
The following subjects are found in this collection:

Subjects:
Raup, Hallock F. (Hallock Floyd), 1901- --Archives
Geography--Study and teaching
Trory, Arthur James, 1879-1967
Persons:
Nicholson, John B.
Organizations/Corporations:
Kent State University. Dept. of Geography
Functions:
Geography--Study and teaching
Occupations:
College teachers
Geographers
Material Types:
Correspondence
Manuscripts for publication
Publications
Personal papers
Lantern slides



Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Biographical Information, 1950s-1985
Box 1 / Folder 1
Biographical information: Newspaper clippings, 1982-1985
Box 1 / Folder 2
Biographical information: Photographs, 1950s-1960s

Series 2: Correspondence, 1917-1986

Subseries 2A: Family correspondence, 1917-1951
Scope and Content
Much of the family correspondence consists of letters written from Raup and his children to his father, Henry F. Raup and his stepmother, Lula Griggs Raup.
Arrangement
Correspondence organized chronologically.
Box 1 / Folder 3
Family correspondence: An explanatory letter by Raup regarding the correspondence, along with notes on prices of items mentioned in letters and identification of persons/events mentioned in the letters by year, 1981
Box 1 / Folder 4
Family correspondence, 1917-1919
Box 1 / Folder 5
Family correspondence, 1920
Box 1 / Folder 6
Family correspondence, 1922
Box 1 / Folder 7
Family correspondence, 1923
Box 1 / Folder 8
Family correspondence, 1924
Box 1 / Folder 9
Family correspondence, 1925
Box 1 / Folder 10
Family correspondence, 1926
Box 1 / Folder 11
Family correspondence, 1927
Box 1 / Folder 12
Family correspondence, 1928
Box 1 / Folder 13
Family correspondence, 1929
Box 1 / Folder 14
Family correspondence, 1930
Box 1 / Folder 15
Family correspondence, 1932
Box 1 / Folder 16
Family correspondence, 1935
Box 1 / Folder 17
Family correspondence, 1936
Box 1 / Folder 18
Family correspondence, 1937
Box 1 / Folder 19
Family correspondence, 1938
Box 1 / Folder 20
Family correspondence, 1939
Box 1 / Folder 21
Family correspondence, 1940
Box 1 / Folder 22
Family correspondence, 1941
Box 1 / Folder 23
Family correspondence, 1942
Box 1 / Folder 24
Family correspondence, 1943
Box 1 / Folder 25
Family correspondence, 1944
Box 1 / Folder 26
Family correspondence, 1945
Box 1 / Folder 27
Family correspondence, 1946
Box 1 / Folder 28
Family correspondence, 1947
Box 1 / Folder 29
Family correspondence, 1948
Box 1 / Folder 30
Family correspondence, 1949
Box 1 / Folder 31
Family correspondence, 1950
Box 1 / Folder 32
Family correspondence, 1951

Subseries 2B: Professional correspondence, 1950-1967
Box 1 / Folder 33
Professional correspondence, Miscellaneous dates 1950-1967

Subseries 2C: John Nicholson correspondence, 1975-1986
Scope and Content
Raup maintained an epistolary friendship with John B. Nicholson, former director of the Kent State University Libraries. The correspondence in this series is from Nicholson to Raup and Raup's wife Lillian.
Arrangement
Correspondence organized chronologically.
Box 2 / Folder 1
Correspondence: Explanatory letter from Lillian Raup regarding Nicholson / Raup correspondence, 1988
Box 2 / Folder 2
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, 1975
Box 2 / Folder 3
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, 1976
Box 2 / Folder 4
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, January-March 1977
Box 2 / Folder 5
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, April-June 1977
Box 2 / Folder 6
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, July-September 1977
Box 2 / Folder 7
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, October-December 1977
Box 2 / Folder 8
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, January-March 1978
Box 2 / Folder 9
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, April-June 1978
Box 2 / Folder 10
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, July-September 1978
Box 2 / Folder 11
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, October-December 1978
Box 2 / Folder 12
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, January-March 1979
Box 2 / Folder 13
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, April-June 1979
Box 2 / Folder 14
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, July-September 1979
Box 2 / Folder 15
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, October-December 1979
Box 2 / Folder 16
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, January-March 1980
Box 2 / Folder 17
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, April-June 1980
Box 2 / Folder 18
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, July-September 1980
Box 2 / Folder 19
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, October-December 1980
Box 2 / Folder 20
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, January-March 1981
Box 2 / Folder 21
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, April-June 1981
Box 2 / Folder 22
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, July-September 1981
Box 2 / Folder 23
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, October-December 1981
Box 2 / Folder 24
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, January-March 1982
Box 2 / Folder 25
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, April-June 1982
Box 2 / Folder 26
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, July-September 1982
Box 2 / Folder 27
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, October-December 1982
Box 2 / Folder 28
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, January-March 1983
Box 2 / Folder 29
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, April-June 1983
Box 2 / Folder 30
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock Raup, July-September 1983
Box 2 / Folder 31
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, October-December 1983
Box 2 / Folder 32
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, January-March 1984
Box 2 / Folder 33
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, April-June 1984
Box 2 / Folder 34
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, July-September 1984
Box 2 / Folder 35
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, October-December 1984
Box 2 / Folder 36
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, January-March 1985
Box 2 / Folder 37
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, April-June 1985
Box 2 / Folder 38
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, July-September 1985
Box 2 / Folder 39
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Hallock and Lillian Raup, October-December 1985
Box 2 / Folder 40
Correspondence: John Nicholson to Lillian Raup, 1986

Series 3: Professional writings, 1930-1985

Subseries 3A: Articles, monographs, book chapters and manuscripts, 1930-1981
Arrangement
Material organized alphabetically by title.
Box 3 / Folder 1
"Anaheim: A German Community of Frontier California," The American-German Review, December 1945
Box 3 / Folder 2
"Center vs. Centre," Names, volume 1, number 4: Reprint, December 1953
Box 3 / Folder 3
"Continental Glaciation Hypotheses Before Louis Agassiz," The Scientific Monthly, volume LV: Reprint, July 1942
Box 3 / Folder 4
"Continental Glaciation Hypotheses Before Louis Agassiz": Research, 1930-1942
Box 3 / Folder 5
"The Daunted Bookman," Undaunted Bookman: Library of the University of Baltimore, series II, volume 1, number 2, Winter 1979
Box 3 / Folder 6
"The Delayed Discovery of San Francisco Bay," California Historical Society Quarterly, volume XXVII, number 4: Reprint, Undated
Box 3 / Folder 7
Essentials of Geography: Material relating to the textbook by O. W. Freeman and Raup, 1948 and 1959 (2nd edition) including correspondence, promotion and study guide materials, 1949-1968
Box 3 / Folder 8
Essentials of Geography: Royalty statements for the textbook by O. W. Freeman and Raup, 1948 and 1959 (2nd edition), 1949-1973
Box 3 / Folder 9
"The Fence in the Cultural Landscape," Western Folklore, volume VI, number 1: Reprint, January 1947
Box 3 / Folder 10
"Fundamentals of Global Geography" and "Military Aspects of Global Geography": Material relating to texts created by Raup for the U.S. Air Force including correspondence, contracts and outlines, 1953-1962
Box 3 / Folder 11
"Galapagos Islands," The American Peoples Encyclopedia: Manuscript and correspondence, 1966
Box 3 / Folder 12
"Geopolitics," Education: Reprint, January 1943
Box 3 / Folder 13
"The German Colonization of Anaheim, California": Material relating to the monograph from University of California Publications in Geography, number 6: 1932, including photographs and map illustrations, Circa 1932
Box 3 / Folder 14
"The Grabhorn Press": Material related to the article in SERIF, volume 1, July 1964, including correspondence, research and negatives, 1964-1971
Box 3 / Folder 15
"Industrial Trends in the Pacific Northwest," The Journal of Geography, volume XLIII, number 5: Reprint, May 1944
Box 3 / Folder 16
The Italian-Swiss in California," California Historical Society Quarterly, volume XXX, number 4: Reprint, [1951]
Box 3 / Folder 17
The Italian-Swiss in California": Correspondence, 1951-1952
Box 3 / Folder 18
Journal of Griffith Evans, 1784-1785," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography: Reprint, April 1941
Box 3 / Folder 19
"Land Use and Water Supply Problems of the Perris Valley, California": Material related to the article in Geographic Review, volume 22, April 1932 including rough draft maps, well data and field notes, 1930-1941
Box 3 / Folder 20
Letters from a Pennsylvania Chaplain at the Siege of Petersburg, 1865: The Eden Press, London, 1961
Box 3 / Folder 21
"The Mining Economy of Ohio and Pennsylvania" / "Der Bergbau in Ohio und Pennsylvanien": Material related to the article published in Geographische Rundschau, 1966 (German) including correspondence, drafts, galleys and notes, 1965-1967
Box 3 / Folder 22
"Modern California Cartography: Aids for the Map Compiler," The Pacific Historical Review, volume XV, number 1: Reprint, March 1946
Box 3 / Folder 23
"The Names of Ohio's Streams," Names, volume V, number 3: Reprint, September 1957
Box 3 / Folder 24
"Northernmost Spanish Frontier in California as Shown by the Distribution of Geographic Names," The California Historical Society Quarterly, Volume XXXII, number 1: Reprint, March 1953
Box 4 / Folder 1
"Pacific Northwest Minerals in Wartime," The Journal of Geography, volume XLII, number 4, April 1943
Box 4 / Folder 2
"Piedmont Plain Agriculture in Southern California," Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers, volume 6: Reprint, 1940
Box 4 / Folder 3
"Photography for the Geography Teacher": Correspondence related to the article in Journal of Geography, volume 55, May 1956 co-written with Alan Thomas, 1956
Box 4 / Folder 4
The Professional Geographer: Forum and Journal of The Association of American Geographers, Raup editor: Volume XV, number 2, March 1963
Box 4 / Folder 5
The Professional Geographer: Forum and Journal of The Association of American Geographers, Raup editor: Volume XVI, number 4, July 1964
Box 4 / Folder 6
"Rancho Los Palos Verdes," Historical Society of Southern California: Reprint, 1937
Box 4 / Folder 7
"San Bernardino, California Settlement and Growth of a Pass-Site City," University of California Publications in Geography, volume 8, number 1, 1940
Box 4 / Folder 8
"The Standardization of Spelling in Ohio Settlement and Stream Names of Indian Origin," Names, volume 15, number 1: Reprint, March 1967
Box 4 / Folder 9
"The Susquehanna Corridor: A Neglected Trans-Appalachian Route," The Geographical Review, volume XXX, number 3, July 1940
Box 4 / Folder 10
"The Susquehanna Corridor: A Neglected Trans-Appalachian Route": Correspondence, 1939-1940
Box 4 / Folder 11
"Tivoli: A Place-Name of Special Connotation," Names, volume 22: Reprint, March 1974
Box 4 / Folder 12
"Tivoli: A Place-Name of Special Connotation": Correspondence, rough draft, notes, 1973-1974
Box 4 / Folder 13
"Towns and Cities of the Northwest," Chapter 26 from The Pacific Northwest: a Regional, Human, and Economic Survey of Resources and Development: Chapter pages removed from book: Excerpt from the book, 1942
Box 4 / Folder 14
"Township Centers of the Western Reserve": Manuscript, Undated
Box 4 / Folder 15
"Transformation of Southern California to a Cultivated Land," Annals of the Association of American Geographers Supplement, volume 49, number 3, part 2: Supplement and reprints, September 1959
Box 4 / Folder 16
"Transformation of Southern California to a Cultivated Land": Correspondence, 1957-1959
Box 4 / Folder 17
The Travels of the Naturalist Charles A. Lesueur in North America, 1815-1837: Material related to the book edited by Raup, published by Kent State University Press, 1968 including correspondence and research notes, 1951-1975
Box 4 / Folder 18
The Travels of the Naturalist Charles A. Lesueur in North America, 1815-1837: Typed manuscript of the book edited by Raup, published by Kent State University Press, 1968 (1 of 2), 1966
Box 4 / Folder 19
The Travels of the Naturalist Charles A. Lesueur in North America, 1815-1837: Typed manuscript of the book edited by Raup, published by Kent State University Press, 1968 (2 of 2), 1966
Box 4 / Folder 20
"The United States Board of Geographical Names," Education: Reprint, January 1945
Box 4 / Folder 21
"The United States in Professional Geographic Literature," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, volume XLVI, number 1, March 1956
Box 4 / Folder 22
"United States: The West" Material relating to a chapter in World Geography edited by O. W. Freeman, 1958, including correspondence, galleys and drafts, 1952-1975
Box 4 / Folder 23
"United States: The West" Royalty statements for a chapter in World Geography edited by O. W. Freeman, 1958, 1959-1976
Box 4 / Folder 24
"The Upper Ohio Valley": Correspondence related to a chapter in The North American Midwest, John Henry Garland editor, 1955, 1948-1956
Box 4 / Folder 25
"Victorian Bisque": Research notes related to the article in Antiques Journal, volume 19, March 1964, Circa 1964
Box 4 / Folder 26
"Western Reserve Landscapes": Correspondence with The Western Reserve Magazine and manuscript, 1981
Box 4 / Folder 27
"Where Shall I Go for the Ph.D?," The Professional Geographer, volume XIII, number 3: Reprint, May 1961
Box 4 / Folder 28
"Where Shall I Go for the Ph.D?": Correspondence, 1961
Box 4 / Folder 29
Manuscripts, miscellaneous, 1946-1982 and undated

Subseries 3B: Arthur Trory project, 1980-1985
Scope and Content
Material in this box relates to an unpublished book project on area photographer, Arthur Trory (1879-1967). Raup contributed research and text to the proposed book.
Arrangement
Material organized alphabetically by subject.
Box 5 / Folder 1
Arthur Trory book: Book proposal and work outlines, 1980-1985
Box 5 / Folder 2
Arthur Trory book: Chapter 1 drafts, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 3
Arthur Trory book: Chapter 2 drafts, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 4
Arthur Trory book: Chapter 3 drafts, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 5
Arthur Trory book: Chapter 4 drafts, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 6
Arthur Trory book: Chapter 5 drafts, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 7
Arthur Trory book: Manuscript by Hallock Raup with photocopied illustrations, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 8
Arthur Trory book: Newspaper clippings, 1984 and undated
Box 5 / Folder 9
Arthur Trory book: Photographs and photocopies of photographs, Arthur Trory and other historic regional images, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 10
Arthur Trory book: Preliminary assessment of Trory photographs and related finding aids, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 11
Arthur Trory book: Research on Kent, Portage County and canals, Undated
Box 5 / Folder 12
Arthur Trory book: Research: Notecards, Undated

Series 4: Subject files, 1940-1979
Scope and Content
Subject files including conferences, committees and organizations, projects and research notes.
Arrangement
Material organized alphabetically by subject.
Box 6 / Folder 1
American Studies Association: Regional Conference, Kent, Ohio: Conference information, October 10-11, 1975
Box 6 / Folder 2
Bailey Films, Inc.: Correspondence regarding a geographical films which were never produced and sequence script, 1958
Box 6 / Folder 3
California: Miscellaneous California-related material including a paper on the Geography of Burbank California by David Thompson, lecture notes used in 1940 on the geography of California and a list of California mountain passes, 1940 and undated
Box 6 / Folder 4
California directories: Research and correspondence regarding early California directories, 1974 and miscellaneous dates
Box 6 / Folder 5
City of Kent map: Printed Kent State University map/placemat showing "Kent Ohio about 1910" printed with initials "H.F.R." (item probably created for KSU's sesquicentennial), 1960
Box 6 / Folder 6
Faculty Men / Men of the Faculty of KSU: Program and script for humorous plays "Centrifugal Farce" and "Teachers are Funny" presented to the Women Faculty of KSU, 1946 and 1948
Box 6 / Folder 7
Geography Department Graduates: List of KSU Geography graduates and current positions from the Directory of the Association of American Geographers, 1978
Box 6 / Folder 8
"Gold Rush Towns": Research by Andrew Clark of the University of Wisconsin submitted to Raup for review and assistance: Correspondence, research notes and partial manuscript, 1979
Box 6 / Folder 9
Kent Social Service, Inc.: Minutes and director's reports, 1975-1978
Box 6 / Folder 10
Kent Social Service, Inc.: Financial reports, 1975-1977
Box 6 / Folder 11
Kent Social Service, Inc.: Financial reports, 1978-1979
Box 6 / Folder 12
Kent Research Group: Constitution, membership lists and minutes, Miscellaneous dates 1964-1980
Box 6 / Folder 13
Ohio Academy of Science: Correspondence, conference information, abstracts and newspaper clippings, 1951-Circa 1970
Box 6 / Folder 14
Rand McNalley & Company: Correspondence regarding booklets on U.S. place names, 1964 and 1968
Box 6 / Folder 15
Research notes, miscellaneous, Undated
Box 6 / Folder 16
Research Publications Committee, Kent State University: Correspondence ending the committee and "Selected Scholarly, Technical and Professional Publications of the Staff" and supplements covering the period January 1945 to January 1963, 1967-1968

Series 5: Glass lantern slides, Circa 1910- Circa 1954
Physical Description: Glass lantern slides, 3 1/4
Scope and Content
Some of the lantern slides were commercially made for educational use, while others, such as the slides from Charles Mayer Studios in Akron, were probably created specifically to accompany Raup's presentations.
Arrangement
Slides organized alphabetically by publisher/manufacturer's name, then numerically, if available, or alphabetically by caption.
Box 7 / Folder 1
Lantern slide: A. T. Thompson & Co.: N. Y. Coney Island, a heavy sea, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 2
Lantern slide: Charles Mayer Studios, Akron: Map of the United States titled, Articles on the United States published in the Annals: Association of American Geographers, 1920-1954, Circa 1954
Box 7 / Folder 3
Lantern slide: Charles Mayer Studios, Akron: Map of the United States titled, Articles on the United States published in Economic Geography, 1920-1954, Circa 1954
Box 7 / Folder 4
Lantern slide: Charles Mayer Studios, Akron: Map of the United States titled, Articles on the United States published in the Geographic Review, 1920-1954, Circa 1954
Box 7 / Folder 5
Lantern slide: Charles Mayer Studios, Akron: Map of the United States titled, Articles on the United States published in the Journal of Geography, 1920-1954, Circa 1954
Box 7 / Folder 6
Lantern slide: Charles Mayer Studios, Akron: Map of the United States titled, Doctoral dissertations on United States Geography, 1920-1954, Circa 1954
Box 7 / Folder 7
Lantern slide: Charles Mayer Studios, Akron: Map of United States titled, Geographic research and publications: The United States 1920-1954, Circa 1954
Box 7 / Folder 8
Lantern slide: Charles Mayer Studios, Akron: Map of United States titled, Publications on the United States by American Geographers, 1920-1954, Circa 1954
Box 7 / Folder 9
Lantern slide: Detroit Publishing Co.: 011045, Mt. Lowe fr. Monks Hill, Pasadena, S. California, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 10
Lantern slide: Keystone View Co: 540 (14753), Reeling silk from cocoons, Japan, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 11
Lantern slide: Keystone View Co: 541 (14757), Silk weaving, Japan, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 12
Lantern slide: Kleine Optical Co.: Unlabeled, Eastern European (?) women on horseback in battle, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 13
Lantern slide: Kleine Optical Co.: Unlabeled, Wealthy couple being escorted by men with paper lanterns, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 14
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: Marquesan natives preparing their famous dish, "poipoi", Undated
Box 7 / Folder 15
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: The newest sport: Aerial acrobatics (man wing walking), Undated
Box 7 / Folder 16
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: An old Maquesan bringing home a load of fresh breadfruit, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 17
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: A Russian peasant girl spinning: Ukraine, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 18
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: A Russian peasant girl spinning: Ukraine, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 19
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: A view of South Water Street in the early morning: Chicago, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 20
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: Unreadable label, except for "1910," showing herd of giraffes, 1910
Box 7 / Folder 21
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: Unreadable label, except for "1917," showing man with car and team of mules road-grading, 1917
Box 7 / Folder 22
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: Unlabeled, showing young boy with a fez studying, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 23
Lantern slide: National Geographic Society: Unlabeled, showing woman parachuting, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 24
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 650, In the great marketplace of busy Bergen, Norway, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 25
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 7504, Wives & bairns of the sturdy toilers of the sea, Wick, Scotland, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 26
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 13196, Operatives in "uppers" in stitching room of shoe factory, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 27
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 6-5288, Immigrants awaiting examination, Ellis Island, New York Harbor, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 28
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 7-12641, One immigrant carrying all her earthly possessions, Ellis Island, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 29
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 11-12195, Where the boneless fish are boxed & wrapped for market, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 30
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 12-12196, Boxing up flaked codfish in small cartons, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 31
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 21-11221, Foster winding machine, Assobat Woolen Mills, Mass, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 32
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 21-12678, Wrapping chocolate bars by machinery in a great factory, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 33
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 23-10797, Drawing in, preparatory to weaving, Assobat Woolen Mills, Mass., Undated
Box 7 / Folder 34
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 43-12396, Cutting jar rings, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 35
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 55-5391, Volley Fire Drill--Cadets, West Point Military Academy, N.Y., Undated
Box 7 / Folder 36
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 60-11228, Curtis, in his bi-plane, Long Island, New York, Undated
Box 7 / Folder 37
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 68-10785, Making up butter in pound packages, dairy, N.Y., Undated
Box 7 / Folder 38
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 86-11238, White-robed workmen milking in model stable, Fairfield Dairy, N.J., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 1
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 92-11436, Winding fine raw silk, Paterson, N.J., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 2
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 93-11437, Machines that double and spin silk threads for warp, Paterson, N.J., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 3
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 144-10577, The Wright aeroplane in flight, Fort Myer, Va., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 4
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 235-6244, Six-horse tally-ho leaving Gardiner for Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 5
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 293-5976, Cavalry passing through the great tree--"California"--Cal., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 6
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 354-4557, Filipino school girls and their native teachers, Manila, P.I., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 7
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 454-1198, Magnificent municipal theatre, San Paulo, Brazil, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 8
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 516-196, After a hard run with the otter pack, Wiltshire, Eng., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 9
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 525-165, Living room in Shakespeare's house, Stratford-on-Avon, Eng., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 10
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 611-1079, Empresses of Russia and Germany, driving, Peterhof Park, Russia, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 11
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 660-1595, Gallery of Battles, Palace of Versailles, France, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 12
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 753-1886, Imperial Armory, Vienna, Austria, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 13
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 784-11476, Persian design artist restoring old faded Persian rug, Constantinople, Turkey, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 14
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 815-11073, Throne room of Sultan's palace, Zansibar, E. Africa, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 15
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 862-10921, Bedouin women churning milk, Palestine, Asia, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 16
Lantern slide: Underwood & Underwood: 901-3484, Great Dunbar Hall in palace of Maharajah of Gwalior, India, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 17
Lantern slide: Walter L. Isaacs: Good Night (young child in nightgown walking up stairs and looking over shoulder), Undated
Box 8 / Folder 18
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: 5th and Ludlow, 3ft., Pedestrian caught by rising water [Dayton], March 25, 1923
Box 8 / Folder 19
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Ariz., Giant c[actus], Cholla p, mesquite (open car with two men in the desert), Undated
Box 8 / Folder 20
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Bathers at York Beach, Maine, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 21
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Flood on alluvial fan near Azusa, Calif., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 22
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Girls ironing at Berea, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 23
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Lehigh Valley RR and Susquehanna R., Bradford Co., Pa., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 24
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Ludlow St., Dayton, flood half way, 5 ft deep (unreadable), 1923
Box 8 / Folder 25
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Rip-rap revetment on alluvial fan, Azusa, Calif., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 26
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Rip-rapped levee along San Gabriel River near Azusa, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 27
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Rock revetment on alluvial fan, La Canada, Calif., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 28
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: St. Bernard dogs rescuing traveler, Undated
Box 8 / Folder 29
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Susquehanna River at Athens, Pa., Bradford Co. [PA], Undated
Box 8 / Folder 30
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Tioga Point; confluence of Chemung (left) and Susquehanna rivers, Bradford Co. Pa., Undated
Box 8 / Folder 31
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Walnut grove near Anaheim, Calif., Undated
Box 9 / Folder 1
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Butte, Montana, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 2
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Colfax, Washington, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 3
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Cucamonga District, So. Calif., Undated
Box 9 / Folder 4
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Distribution of Population, Pacific Northwest, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 5
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Klamath Falls, Oregon, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 6
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Northern Part of the Susquehanna Corridor, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 7
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Pocatello, Idaho, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 8
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Portland, Oregon, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 9
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Seattle, Washington, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 10
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Spokane, Washington, Undated
Physical Description: Condition note: Glass broken
Box 9 / Folder 11
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Strategic Minerals of the Pacific Northwest, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 12
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Strategic Minerals of the Pacific Northwest, Undated
Physical Description: Condition note: Glass broken
Box 9 / Folder 13
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Tacoma, Washington, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 14
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Map of Vancouver, British Columbia, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 15
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Unlabeled, X-673, group of women in factory working on (sewing?) machines, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 16
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Unlabeled, 4, aerial view of city, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 17
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Unlabeled, 6, group of people in open-air tour bus(?) in European city, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 18
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Unlabeled, 7, landscape, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 19
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Unlabeled, 23, group of people outdoors, women sitting on wooden benches, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 20
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Unlabeled, 40, large group of men, women and children posed together in front of trees, Undated
Box 9 / Folder 21
Lantern slide: Unidentified manufacture: Unlabeled, town street in snow with billboard covered wall and Hotel Hoffman in background, Undated