Walpi Polychrome pottery bowl, unsigned, Hopi clay, slip, natural paints ca. 1920, North America Rich in iron, Hopi clay pottery can fire from cream to light red in color. Early nineteenth century pottery used a white slip casting underneath the painted decoration, which is… Continue Reading “Artifact of the Week”
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.
We found some interesting glass negatives in one of the boxes, and converted them for you to see. The box is labeled for Snohomish County, 1894-1908. So we don’t knew exactly when these were taken, but it’s probably near the turn of the 20th… Continue Reading “Glass negatives 1”
Through the Lens: The Story of Everett’s First Fifty Years in Photographs Everett Museum of History in partnership with the Schack Art Center June 11th – September 1st, 2015 Grand Opening June 18th, 2015, 5:00-8:00 pm Schack Art Center, 2921 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, Washington… Continue Reading “June 11th – September 1st: Through the Lens: The Story of Everett’s First Fifty Years in Photographs Exhibition”