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Gelatin dry plate negatives
Gelatin silver negatives
Wet collodion negatives
|Named Person:||Mathew B Brady; Levin C Handy; J F Jarvis; Andrew J Russell|
|Material Type:||Graphic, Photograph, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mathew B Brady; Levin C Handy; J F Jarvis; Andrew J Russell; L. C. Handy Studio.; Underwood & Underwood.
|Notes:||Title devised by cataloger.|
|Description:||28.44 linear feet (76 boxes)|
Photographic prints and negatives from the studio of Levin C. Handy include studio portraits and interior and exterior views of structures, buildings, and artwork primarily located in Washington, D.C. Some materials document the sale of images created by the studio of Mathew B. Brady and marketed by the studio of Levin C. Handy.
Photographic prints from the studio of Mathew B. Brady include studio and exterior portraits of officers serving in the military during the American Civil War, as well as views of military units, battlefields, and structures that include forts, hospitals, and barracks.
Photographic prints that depict members of the extended Handy family include studio portraits as well as informal portraits of Handy family members, especially the children and grandchildren of Levin C. Handy. Papers include some financial records, property deeds, and correspondence.
Photographic prints, photographic negatives, papers, and artifacts, created and collected by the photography studios of Mathew B. Brady and Levin Corbin Handy, as well as materials related to their families, 1843-1957.
- Brady, Mathew B., -- 1823 (ca.)-1896.
- Handy, Levin C. -- (Levin Corbin), -- 1855-1932.
- Jarvis, J. F. -- (John Fillis), -- 1849-1931.
- Russell, Andrew J.
- L. C. Handy Studio.
- Underwood & Underwood.
- Photographers -- Washington (D.C.)
- Photographic industry.
- Portrait photographers -- Washington (D.C.)
- War photographers.
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Pictorial works.
- Washington (D.C.) -- Pictorial works.