Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Content Description Photograph album with 24 photographs depicting Wilson Aero Corp.'s motion picture work. Photographs include on the set images of Dawn Patrol (1930), the comedy short Plane Crazy (1930), and Paul Sloane's War Correspondent (1932) starring Jack Holt. The album documents much of the activity of the Wilson Aero Corp. and may have functioned as a sales tool--glamourous images of film shoots, various planes, and photographs of the turret camera mount that allowed for 360 degree in-air tracking...
Dates: circa 1932
Collection — Box 1
Overview This small collection consists of a photograph album that documents Carl B. Wirsching's life at USC, with a focus on athletics; Wirsching's two diplomas; a Skull and Dagger plaque; an honorary society key fob; a tag identifying him as a "Three Year Varsity Man"; a pole vault pin, and his Alumni Association president's ring. Wirsching graduated from USC in 1909, and earned his graduate degree in civil engineering from USC in 1919.
Collection — Box 1-5
Abstract 5 photograph albums containing over 500 photographs and related ephemeral items. The first three albums were created by photojournalist Robert Sennecke and are propagandistic in nature, with images from the front showing officers, war heroes, weaponry, politicians, and soldiers; all images are accompanied by typewritten captions. Sennecke's albums contain a mounted identification slip from Sennecke's studio. The fourth album, created by a German grenadier, contains 210 photographs, many...
Dates: circa 1915-1918
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract 13 photograph albums and one report containing over 1700 individual photographs. Ten are personal albums of Nazi serviceman; one is the personal album of an American serviceman depicting American allied forces. Two albums are of official Nazi party or press photography. Also includes one bound intelligence report for a reconnaissance unit in the Balkans.
Dates: circa 1932-1944