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Fred Harvey Company Association files, ca. 1890-ca. 1950.

Author: Fred HarveyCarl MoonEdward S KempW Henry BrownOdd S HalsethAll authors
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : Graphic : Picture   Visual material : English
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An artificial subject file documenting the Fred Harvey Company assembled by the Heard Museum from a variety of repositories and other sources. Includes vintage and modern copy photographs. The materials relate to three broad topics, the Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection, primarily documenting objects in the collection; the Fred Harvey Company's establishments and services and its association with the Santa Fe  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Exhibitions
Photographs Exhibitions
Named Person: Fred Harvey; Fred Harvey
Material Type: Graphic, Picture, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Harvey; Carl Moon; Edward S Kemp; W Henry Brown; Odd S Halseth; Fred Harvey (Firm); Heard Museum.
OCLC Number: 56724944
Notes: Arrangement: imposed order.
Related materials: Fred Harvey Company collection (RC 1). Fred Harvey Company records (RC 39).
Description: ca. 775 photographic prints, most gelatin silver ; most 8 x 10 in. or smaller.

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An artificial subject file documenting the Fred Harvey Company assembled by the Heard Museum from a variety of repositories and other sources. Includes vintage and modern copy photographs. The materials relate to three broad topics, the Fred Harvey Fine Arts Collection, primarily documenting objects in the collection; the Fred Harvey Company's establishments and services and its association with the Santa Fe Railway; and Native Americans, primarily tribes of the Southwest. Vintage photographs were likely used by the Harvey Company in publicity efforts to promote tourism in the Southwest. These images typically show a romantic view of Native Americans. Copy photographs were likely acquired by the Heard Museum for use in publications and exhibitions relying on the Harvey collection. Many photographs by Karl Moon, who operated a photographic studio at El Tovar until the mid 1910s. Other notable photographers include Edward S. Kemp and W. Henry Brown. A few photographs were made by Odd S. Halseth, and others show coarse mounts characteristic of his style.

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