Month: June 2016

Glass negatives 8 — making a living

Another set of images from a box of glass negatives that the Monuments Men and Women uncovered, while cataloging the collection.  These include farming, logging, mining, a greenhouse, and the Cliff House in Monte Cristo where mining was the industry. The photos are approximately…

Glass negatives 7 — More home interiors

From a box of glass negatives recently digitized by your Everett Museum of History monuments men and women, here is a set of home interior photographs. Probably most are from 1894-1915.

Glass negatives 6 — Playing and riding

Here are some more glass negatives recently converted to digital by your museum monuments men and women. This set has lots of children, and a few people riding wheeled vehicles. The set is probably from 1894-1920. By the end of that timeframe, film had…

Seeing Ourselves @ The Schack

Please join us for our second annual exhibition hosted at the Schack Art Center. Opening today June 22nd – August 28th, this exhibition features many images from the Museum’s vast portrait archive. Remember Mondays are free! In conjunction with the Schack Art Center’s retrospective of internationally…

Glass negative 5 — Schools

The photographs is this set are from a box of glass negatives in the Everett Museum of History collection. We recently converted these to digital positives for you to enjoy.  

Glass negatives 4 — group photos

From the box of glass negatives dating from about 1894-1920, here is a batch of group photos. They were quite popular! The glass negatives are 4″x5″ and from Snohomish County.

Glass negatives 3 — homes and yards

The Everett Museum of History “monuments men and women” unveiled more images from a box of glass negatives we found in the museum collection. The collection is estimated to be 1894-1920. Please leave a comment below if you know anything about these photos.  

EMOH @ The Schack June 22-August 28