RT Generic DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 701795289 LA English T1 Peter Palmquist cased photographs collection. A1 Palmquist, Peter E.,, Allen, Charles V.,, Atkinson, S. J., Beals, Albert J., Beardsley, B. C., Broadbent, S., Cary, Charles H., Clayton, James Atkins,, Cook, William H., Coombs, Frederick C.,, Daniels, Austin F., Fardon, G. R., Fetter, Harvey G., Fitzgibbon, John H.,, Ford, James May,, Gutekunst, Frederick,, Hale, L.H.,, Hamilton, Charles F.,, Hamilton, George D., Harris, Theodore., Hathaway, William., Hawes, Charles E., Hickling, J., Higgins, Thomas J., Johnson, George Howard., Lenox, Isaac Shaw., Long, Enoch., Maxham, Benjamin D., McIntyre, Sterling C., Merrill, James O., Norcross, Oliver H. P.,, Outley, John J., Phillips, J. A., Pine, George W., Plumbe, John,, Rehn, Isaac., Ruth, J., Selleck, Silas Wright,, Shaw, Seth Louis., Shew, Jacob,, Shew, Myron,, Shew, William J.,, Silver, O. B., Spooner, John Pitcher,, Vance, Robert H.,, Whitehurst, Jesse Harrison,, Culver & Fellows (Newport, New Hampshire), Pine & Bells (Troy, New York), Shaw & Johnson (San Francisco, California), Spooner Brothers (Springfield, Massachusetts), YR 1845 AB This collection consists of daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, and collodion processes primarily mounted in contemporary decorative cases, collected by Peter Palmquist to document photographers, photographic processes and presentation techniques in the United States, especially in California, and in Great Britain, ca. 1844-1899. A group portrait of seven men identified as prominent San Francisco businessmen by Robert H. Vance may include the following individuals: Cornelius Cole, Charles Bull Crocker, John D. Fry, Cornelius Kingsland Garrison, Henry Huntley Haight, Ogden Hoffman, Ben Holladay, Edward J. C. Kewen, Darius Ogden Mills, William C. Ralston, Sam Ralston, Thomas H. Selby, William Sharon, William Tecumseh Sherman, William Walker, and Joseph W. Winans. Associated printed items consist of trade cards for photographers; advertising materials; newspaper advertisements, including issues of The Boston Daily Bee; and engravings based on daguerreotypes. Examples of components used in the construction of cased photographs consist primarily of cases and mats. Identified individuals portrayed in the collection include members of the Alviso, Perlata, and Vallejo families of Oakland, California; George Amy; C. A. Anderson; C. D. Brown; Eugene Cammerer; Edward Carl; Etta Corning; Jane Drummond; F. M. Failing; Albert Hartwell; Orin F. Jackson; Cordelia W. Lewis; A. S. Lid; Elizabeth Margaret Livingston; Moses Lyman; Jennie Merriam; Jack Miller; Fred Nancki; Carrie Campbell Crittenden Pratt; Joseph Ramsdell; C. S. Shields; Ben Smith; Francis Uslar; Francis Otto Wagener; William K. Ware; Joseph Wise; May Wise; and Gertrude Wightman. A postmortem portrait of a boy is identified as James Cullen, Jr. Identified photographers from other states include Badgley of Centre, Alabama; Harvey G. Fetter of Peru, Iowa; Swan of Birmingham, Iowa; Theodore Harris of Louisville, Kentucky; Culver & Fellows of Newport, New Hampshire; and James O. Merrill of Brandon, Vermont. Identified photographers from unidentified locations include S. J. Atkinson, B. C. Beardsley, Hamilton, John Plumbe, Jr., and Jesse Harrison Whitehurst. Notable individuals portrayed in the collection include merchant captain William Goodwin Dana; actress Matilda A. Heron; theologian and diplomat Selah Merrill; California legislator and secessionist Daniel Showalter; and Oregon legislator William Waldo. Other states for which there are significant numbers of images include Massachusetts, Missouri, New York, and Pennsylvania. Photographers from Great Britain include English photographers J. Hickling of either Ramsgate or Margate, and Isaac Shaw Lenox of Bristol, in addition to Scottish photographer Ritchie of Edinburgh. Photographers from Massachusetts include Boston photographers Charles V. Allen, Luther Holman Hale, George D. Hamilton, and William Shew; Worcester photographers Austin F. Daniels and Benjamin D. Maxham; New Bedford photographers William Hathaway and Charles E. Hawes; and the Spooner Brothers of Springfield. Photographers from St. Louis, Missouri, include John H. Fitzgibbon, Enoch Long, and John J. Outley. Photographers from New York include Albert J. Beals, Charles H. Cary, and Sterling C. McIntyre from New York City, J. A. Phillips of Fredonia, and Pine & Bells (George W. Pine) of Troy. Photographers from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, include Samuel Broadbent, Frederick Gutekunst, Isaac Rehn, and Myron Shew. Represented California photographers include many individuals from San Francisco: Frederick C. Coombs, George Robinson Fardon, James May Ford, Charles F. Hamilton, Silas Wright Selleck, Shaw & Johnson (Seth Louis Shaw and George Howard Johnson), William Shew, and Robert H. Vance. Photographers representing other localities in California include James Atkins Clayton of San Jose; William H. Cook of Marysville; Thomas J. Higgins of Sacramento; George Howard Johnson of Sacramento; Oliver H. P. Norcross of Weaverville; J. Ruth of Marysville; Jacob Shew of Sacramento; O. B. Silver of Dutch Flat; and John Pitcher Spooner of Stockton. The majority of photographs depict unidentified children, women, and men.