From a box of 4″x5″ glass negatives found in the museum collection, here’s some group photos from approximately 1894-1920 (probably towards the early part of that period, since glass negatives were rarely used that late). The first one is curious, because it had a… Continue Reading “Glass negatives 10 — more group photos”
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… Continue Reading “Glass negatives 8 — making a living”
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.
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… Continue Reading “Glass negatives 6 — Playing and riding”
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.
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.
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.