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Browsing items in: American Missionary Association Photographs, 1839-1954

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    • Indian babies

    • Indians of North America;Indian children;Infant carriers;Dogs;
    • Two young Native American girls pose with an infant and a black and white dog in Utah. Located in folder labeled: American Indians & Other; Vernal, Bountiful, Utah. Early 1900s.
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    • Elk tooth dance costume

    • Women;Clothing and dress;Portraits;Crow Indians;
    • Woman wearing Native American clothing decorated with elk teeth. Located in folder labeled: "American Indians - Crow Agency, Montana, ca. 1894-1900." Title written on recto margin.
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    • Women and children with a horse-drawn buggy

    • Women;Children;Horse-drawn vehicles;
    • Small children surround two women in a horse-drawn buggy.Located in folder labeled: Series A Subseries, TrinityOther Photographs: Students, Staff and Grounds.
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    • Bringing good tidings

    • Missionaries;Beebe, J.R.;Beebe, Mrs. J.R.;Automobiles;Clergy;
    • Poster soliciting funds to promote the missionary work of Reverend and Mrs. J. R. Beebe in Montana.
    • 1927
    • Building by boys

    • Young men;Building sites;
    • Young men pose on the scaffolding surrounding a buildingunder construction. Located in folder labeled: Series: ASubseries: Fessenden Photographs: Buildings underconstruction; 1912, 1920, 1922.
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    • Daily vacation bible studies

    • Children;Vacation schools, Christian;Church buildings;
    • Photograph of children gathered behind a church inNew Orleans, Louisiana. Located in folder labeled: Series ASubseries: Dillard Photographs: Straight UniversityFlint-Goodridge Hospital.
    • 1933-07
    • Sociology class

    • Classes (Groups of students);Classrooms;
    • Photograph of female students reading, filing, and typing.Located in folder labeled: Series: A Subseries:LeMoyne-Owen Photos of Campus and Students 1947-48; 1962
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    • Building with bell tower

    • Buildings;Bell towers;
    • A two-story building with a bell tower attached. Located in box labeled: Small Field Records: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California. Folder labeled: Series: A Subseries: Alabama Photographs.
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    • Our new Ford truck

    • Trucks;Students;Teachers;Rio Grande Institute;
    • Students sit in a truck and wagon, while the teachersstand in front at the Rio Grande Institute. Located in bolabeled: Small Field Records: Nebraska, New Jersey, NewHampshire, New Mexico. Folder labeled: Series: A SubseriesNew Mexico 1913-24.
    • Ca. 1920
    • American born citizens club

    • Japanese--United States;Clubs;
    • Japanese Americans gather for a club meeting. Located in folder labeled: Series: B Subseries: General SecretaryPhotographs: Ethnic Communities (Japanese) California.
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    • Group portrait in front of building

    • Portraits, Group;African Americans;Clothing and dress;Buildings;Automobiles;
    • African-American people in formal dress in front of a building. The image also includes a car. Located in folder labeled: Series: B Subseries: General Secretary Photographs: Hawaii, Early 1900s.
    • Ca. 1900
    • Negro Home.  Rural thrift in the Piedmont

    • Dwellings;Gardens;Rural conditions;
    • A small house in the country. Located in folder labeled: Series: B Subseries: General Secretary Photographs: Late 1800-Early 1900s.
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    • Gertrude and Lilybell

    • Portraits;African Americans;Clothing and dress;Girls;
    • Two girls pose smiling on a porch. Verso reads, "Moorhead, Miss. Gertude and Lilybell trying to break the camera." Located in folder labeled: Series: B Subseries: General Secretary Photographs: Moorehead, Mississippi.
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    • A Lincoln Family

    • Portraits, Group;Children;African Americans;Clothing and dress;Family;Photography of families;
    • Studio portrait of four children and two adults. Title written on verso. Located in folder labeled: Series B, Subseries: General Secretary Photographs: CA. 1910.
    • Ca. 1910
    • My neighbor Pete

    • Men;Log cabins;Frontier & pioneer life;Snowshoes and snowshoeing;Skis and skiing;Fuelwood cutting;
    • Two men stand before a log cabin. Written on verso: "My neighbor Pete, Minn."
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    • Mighty Montana's call

    • Posters;Tipis;Missionaries;Frontier & pioneer life;Horses;Clergy;Sipes, E.J.;Poetry;Snakes;
    • Poster features a photograph of Rev. Sipes amidst "frontier" poetry and photographs of frontier life. Poster has title and "The Law of Montana" printed around the photos.
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    • Going to Congregational Sunday School

    • Young women;Clothing and dress;Students;Children;Congregationalists;Sunday schools;
    • Young people mill around a yard. Written on verso: "Going to Congregational S. S., Providence Chapel, Spies, N.C."
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    • Rev. J. Brainerd Thrall presenting the original troop banner to the troop

    • Portraits, Group;Boys;Clothing and dress;Boy Scouts;Clergy;Thrall, J. Brainerd;Uniforms;Banners;Allen, A.W.;
    • Troops pose in formation. Written on verso: "Rev. J. Brainerd Thrall, organizer and Scoutmaster for 6 1/2 years of Troop One Asheville Boy Scouts presenting the original troop banner to the troop, Spring of 1920. Scout Executive A. W. Allen, Asst....
    • 1920

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