Other States Photograph Sources at The McCall Library

Crescent Bicycle Club

 

The McCall Library's photographic collections are listed alphabetically in this guide. The name of the collection may be that of a person, business, organization, institution, location, subject, or donor.

For more information about these collections please email us at mccalllib@southalabama.edu.


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COUNSELMAN, PHILLIP T. (09-03-501)
Contains approximately 1,700 negatives and transparencies of various sizes that show travels in the U.S. and Europe. The photographer is unknown but was likely Counselman. The images were made in the 1960s and are of the American West, England, France, Italy, and the Netherlands. No prints of the negatives have been made.

GULF COAST GLASS (85-01-89)
Consists of 40 glass plate negatives (4 x 5) believed to have been made around 1900 in the Pensacola, Florida, area. Although the people shown in the negatives remain unidentified, these negatives depict life along the Gulf Coast more than one hundred years ago. Subjects include beach and camping scenes, tennis, boys playing, and home interiors. A few prints are available.

WEAVER, BLANCHE D. AND HENRY L. HAGENBRING (07-12-485)
Consists of approximately 6,000 color (35mm) and 290 black and white glass lantern slides made by Henry L. Hagenbring between 1948 and 1965. After retiring as a haberdasher, Hagenbring made many trips all over the world, capturing the places, flora, and fauna he saw along the way. Included in the collection are images of Germany, Italy, Jerusalem, Morocco, Sweden, Australia, Japan, Norway, Brazil, Hong Kong, Peru, South America, and Austria, as well as other foreign places. Closer to home, the collection also contains a few slides of a train in Foley, some images from Magnolia Springs (mostly of a familial nature but a couple do show the river), and a few slides of Fort Morgan. None of the slides have been printed. If requested, they are only available digitally.