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Kilburn Brothers

Overview
Works: 233 works in 234 publications in 1 language and 232 library holdings
Genres: Photographs  Pictorial works 
Roles: Photographer
Classifications: QB581,
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Most widely held works about Kilburn Brothers
 
Most widely held works by Kilburn Brothers
Stereoscopic views of Burlington, Vermont( Visual )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Views of Burlington, Vermont: general views, including Burlington from the breakwater and views with la; covered bridge in rocky gorge; the Alburgh Springs house and view from it; cadets in front of stone building; the Episcopal Institute; church altar decorated for Easter; evening clouds above a church; the Ethan Allen Monument; large group on porch of home on the occasion of Bishop Hopkins golden wedding anniversary; portrait of women and children on step of home, ivy along eaves; winter view in woods; "Rock Dunder," man with small horse, "Little Phil" written on verso
Full moon( Visual )

1 edition published in 1885 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Subject: Telescopic view of full moon
Stereoscopic views of Middlesex County, Massachusetts( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A home in or near Malden Centre, portrait of an unidentified woman, 1871, portrait of a man, possibly Rev. [J.] Barton Smith, M.E.C.; Marlborough: general view showing commercial street, churches, views of homes; home built, 1634, in Medford for Matthew Cradock, first governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony; homes and the Masonic building, Melrose; Natick: Clark's block, Morse Institute, Congregational Church, a funiture store, Union block; Main street, West Central St., Parson Lothrop house showing one of the Friendship trees planted by the Indians, view from the house of Pegan Hill, interior view showing "sounding board used by Apostle [John] Eliot" and wedding dress and slippers of Mrs. Lothrop, Badger Dam and Mill, Eliot Church, the Old Tavern; the Eliot Oak; an ivy covered building, possibly in Newton; a house in North Reading; the decorated altar, Nov. 14, 1875, and the organ at the Unitarian Church, Shirley Center; silo-shaped, stone "Old Powder Mill," and a home on Thurston St., Somerville; the South Framingham Hotel and the Nobscot block in South Framingham; residences of Edwin Whitney and J.F. Whitney, Stow; Sudbury: Main St., a cemetery, the town hall showing people gathered for Temperance convention, Longfellow's "Wayside Inn"; Walden Pond and Grove: group playing croquet, group around picnic table in the shade
Stereoscopic views of Ft. Marion (Castillo de San Marcos), St. Augustine, Florida( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Ft. Marion (Castillo de San Marcos) at St. Augustine, Florida: view of St. Augustine from the fort; views of the coquina walls, towers battlements, and the moat, the drawbridge, the doorway from the drawbridge with the Spanish coat of arms above it, and details of the coat of arms; views of stairways, the courtyard, some views showing cannons and cannonballs; views of the dungeon from which Osceola escaped during the Second Seminole war; views of sightseers near the walls, on the battlements, on the sea wall in front of the fort, on the stairs in the courtyard; view of Indian prisoners, including Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, Caddoc (Caddoan?) and Comanche Indians, Indian guards, some views where the individuals are named, including Black Horse, his wife and daughter, perched on old cannons at the fort, Medicine Water, his wife Mochi and Romeo, the Cheyenne interpreter, and Menimac with Black Horse, Medicine Water and their wives. Some views show Indians dressed in native costume, other views show them in Army issue clothing. (Indians were imprisoned at the fort, 1875-1878). Some views duplicated
Good morning said he; pray how do you do by Kilburn Brothers( Visual )

1 edition published in 1887 and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Pig looking out window of sty at woman with bouquet
Stereoscopic views of Brooklyn, New York( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views in Brooklyn: Fulton street; a view of elevated railroads; churches: Congregational (Dr. Cuyler's), St. Ann's, Plymouth (Henry Ward Beecher's), one view showing the organ, Talmages Brooklyn Tabernacle, First Unitarian, Christ Church, Methodist Episcopal, including interior view, Clinton St. Congregational, St. Peter's, Grace Church, South Congregational, Christ Church in Red Hook; Beecher's school; Packer Institute; Academy of Music; Old Ladies Home; George Woodward's Home; interiors at H.W. Beecher's home; Brooklyn theatre, Park Theatre; Brooklyn Library; the Post Office; Kings County Courthouse; City Hall; penitentiary, "Flatbush, L.I;" interior views of sugar refinery, and interior views of a Brooklyn home
Stereoscopic views of Orange and Windsor Counties, Vermont( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Orange and Windsor Counties: Walter Newell Residence at Ascutneyville, showing home, barn, pond, field, people; substantial home in Bethel, cabin on hillside above; interior of Congregational Church in Chelsea, decorated for Easter, 1879; woman in doorway of Tenney Tapton home in Corinth, flower garden in foreground; farms and the White River at Hartford; Lebanon: farm and the river in the foreground, Ascutney Mountain in the distance; Ludlow: general view, Pleasant street, and homes opposite the Academy; Newbury: valley of the Connecticut River showing farms and hills beyond, church and homes and farms in Newbury; Randolph: group in front of State Normal School, Samuel Howard's home; figures on the bank of the White River, below Sharon, general view of Sharon; a home in Springfield; a home in Strafford; Geo. B. Sherman house at Weathersfield; West Randolph: Main Street, A.W. Tewksbury & Sons store and the Tewksbury home, view of men standing among foundations of buildings (destroyed by fire?); White River Junction: Junction house with train tracks in foreground; road through woods at Williamstown; Windsor: general view with Ascutney Mountain in the distance, Main Street, Windsor House, prisoners marching to dinner at the Vermont State Prison; Quechee Gulf Bridge on the Woodstock Railroad; Elm Street and the park in Woodstock, bridge and Mt. Tom, group portrait including band
Zelda Mackay collection of stereographic views by Zelda Mackay( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of the North American west from Alaska to Mexico (excluding Canada), and Colorado to California. California images include San Francisco, Yosemite Valley (including views from Muybridge's 1867 trip), Los Angeles & vicinity, scenes along the route of the Central Pacific Railroad, and views in counties throughout the state. A number of views taken after the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 are present. Other locations include Oregon, Utah, and Yellowstone National Park
Stereoscopic general views of Washington, D.C( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

General views of Washington, D.C.: view across the Potomac from Arlington Heights, a decorative urn in foreground, the capitol and unfinished Washington Monument visible; views from the dome of the Capitol, including views of building and homes, Pennsylvania Avenue, looking north showing the Mall and the Washington Monument; views from the Washington Monument, looking east with National Museum, Capitol, Agriculture Dept. and Smithsonian visible, loking N.E. past General Post Office, looking N. with WhiteHouse and State Dept. (later Executive Office building); from rooftop with Capitol in view; from the lunatic asylum
Stereoscopic views of ferries, New York Harbor( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of ferries in New York harbor; views of piers and buildings for South Ferry, Hoboken Ferry (with carriages in front), Fulton ferry, Staten Island Ferry, Lackawanna Railroad ferry, omnibus at Jersey City Ferry, and views of Governors Island in the distance
Unter den Linden, the pride of Berlin by Kilburn Brothers( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Looking towards the rear view of an equestrian statue of King Frederick II of Prussia
Stereoscopic views of Montpelier, Vermont( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Montpelier: general and street views; views of the Vermont State House, including interior view of Executive Chamber and the state library, Representatives Hall, the Ethan Allen statue; American House; large boarding house on Seminary Hill; the Episcopal church, interior view of Bethany church; oldest house in Montpelier (ca. 1870s or 1880s); a cat wearing a mask, and sitting up at a table with a book on it; studio portrait of a boy, group of men on steps of a building
Monitors, Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Scene from the Navy Yard, Washington, D.C
Stereoscopic views of Saratoga Springs, New York( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Saratoga Springs including general views; hotels, including interiors; springs and spring houses, bottling plant; parks and gardens; groups at springs, on piazzas, in parks; "Gipsey camp"; "Indian grounds" [an amusement area]; an allegorial painting titled "United States of America"; a float and a goat cart decorated for floral parade
Stereoscopic views of Newport, Rhode Island( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Newport: general views, including a two view panorama from Ft. Denham; Ft. Adams, Ft. "Dumpter" or "Dumpling" (Ft. Brown), and the Torpedo station; the Old Stone Mill, Atlantic House, Perry House, Boat house, Jewish synagogue and cemetery, Trinity Church, interior view of unidentified church, the Casino, Redwood Library and fern-leafed beech in front, the parade, the State House, Thames St. and stores, Com. Matthew Perry statue, windmill, old mill at the Glen, the Glen; homes: Bull House, built 1639; the residence of Loring Andrews, "Cliff Villas," Nathan Matthew's home, J. Carter Brown's home; rock formations: Negro Head, Purgatory, Spouting Cave, Pirate's cave and ledges, shipwreck nearby, Hanging Rock and valley nearby, the 40 steps, shipwreck on shore "near Bateman's"; beaches: boats on a rocky beach, Bailey's beach, men having a clam bake; sailboats in the harbor; "Columbia" and "Shamrock" in the America's Cup, Oct. 1899
Stereoscopic views of the Brooklyn Bridge, New York, N.Y( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

View of the Brooklyn Bridge: construction views including view of the N.Y. Caisson "with iron lining and shafts in place," and other views of towers, cables, etc.; general views form the harbor and shores, views of promenade, including police patrolling, railroad lines and street cars, roadways; views of area around approaches, shipping, ferries
Blanford [sic] Church, built 1729, Petersburg, Va by Kilburn Brothers( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photograph shows a diagonal view of the front and side of the church, partially obscured by trees
Stereoscopic views of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of the Smithsonian Institution: includes the "castle" and the National Museum (Arts & Industries) building; early views of the "castle" show it surrounded with a picket fence, winter views with snow; many views showing lawns, trees, drives, some with men including one with a black man; some showing carriages in drive; view of men stanidng at the edge of flood waters, Feb. 12, 1881, on Smithsonian grounds; view of a sculpture of a woman and a (goat?); interior views include galleries and displays, including samurai armor, dinosaurs, a teepee, a diorama of Kiowa children at play, a gallery with cases; a view with a case of stuffed birds and animals; a view with African animals and a whale
Cabin home, Petersburg, Va by Kilburn Brothers( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photograph shows a log cabin with a brick chimney. Two African American men and a woman stand outside the cabin
Stereoscopic views of the White House( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of the White House including the south front: from the treasury, with gardens, lawns, fountains & fences, a detail view showing steps leading the portico, benches along a path, a canvas-covered bandstand-like structure, pond with water lilies, cast or carved lawn furniture made to look like it was build of sticks and branches; the west elevation from the executive office building, conservatory in the foreground, capitol, post office and treasury building visible beyond; the north front, including the carriage drive, gardens, fountains, sculpture, from Lafayette square with Jackson statue by Mills in foreground; east elevation with fountain, view of the same fountain from the west; interior views: the east room, including a view of the altar and floral arrangements for the Roosevelt-Longworth wedding, the Blue room, the Red room, the Green room, the cabinet room, the president's library, the State dining room, including views of tables laid for banquest in honor of Prince Henry, Feb. 24, 1902, the conservatory, the main corridor
 
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Alternative Names

controlled identityB.W. Kilburn Company

Kilburn, Benjamin West, and Edward

Kilburn Bros.

Languages
English (23)