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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Briquet, Granat, and Waite Album of Commercial Photographs of Mexico City and Its Environs

Identifier: 2020-005
Overview One photographic album containing fifty-eight black-and-white photographs of turn of the century Mexico taken by three photographers: Abel Briquet, Jacob Granat, and Charles Betts Waite.
Dates: circa 1890s-1905

Hiking near Mexico City in 1922-1924 Photographic Album

 Collection — 2022-023: [1005680713]
Identifier: 2022-023
Scope and Contents One photographic collection of 39 stereoviews of hikers, hiking trails, and outdoor activity areas near Mexico City and Toluca, Mexico, between 1922 and 1924. Some of the locations captured are rivers, hills, and Nevado de Toluca. Most of the photographs are captioned in Spanish and some include location and date information.
Dates: 1922 - 1924

Wade Hall Photographs, Small Collection

 Collection — Box 2009001.033: [1006241530]
Identifier: 2009-153
Overview This collection consists of twenty-three photographs depicting people engaged in outdoors activities in Canada, Washington state, and Oregon.
Dates: 1920 - 1929

Walker-Traweek Photographs

Identifier: 2012-030
Abstract Thirty-eight photographs of CFS Curtis Wayne Walker and Asst. Operations Sgt. Melvin W. Traweek taken during the Korean War in 1952. Photographs are of various sizes. Images include: Korean natives, “Hill 1062” with background taken from Kumwha Valley, mountains, bridges, tank with mine explosive device, Chinese POW camp on Koje Island, Gen. James A. Van Fleet, villages, burned buildings, rivers, Korean huts, scenes from Seoul, church and supply bunker.
Dates: 1952-07