Cyanotypes (photographic prints)
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
[Pocket Kodak] and small cyanotypes of the Bowles brothers and their mother at the beach (Manomet, etc.). Includes cyanotypes of Mary S. King (Polly) and other cousins. See mounted set of photographs from this era and brown softcover album, both in section 2.
Letters to brother Sherman from camp. February 1902 letter contains a cyanotype of people at Asquam Farm in Holderness, New Hampshire. Sam has identified all the subjects.
Series 1: Personal Scrapbooks - consists of scrapbooks created by individual Amherst College students and alumni. The majority of the scrapbooks in this series were created during the compiler's time as a student at Amherst. A small number of scrapbooks in this series have an Amherst student or alumnus as their subject and were created by an unknown compiler. Scrapbooks are arranged chronologically by class year.
Series 3: Seelye Family Photographs, circa 1870-1960 - includes photographs of the young family of William and Alice Seelye, the parents of Laurens, Elizabeth, and Julius. It also documents Alice’s Clarke and Brown family lines, as well as some of the Bixler cousins of the Seelye family.
Small box of mounted "Pocket Kodak" and cyanotypes showing Samuel V, Sherman, and Elizabeth Hoar Bowles on vacation at the beach in Massachusetts (Manoment, Hyannis Port, etc.). Includes images of other family members -- Baldwin, King, and Munroe children et al. See also the brown soft cover album (Album 5) for photos from this group and era.
Cyanotype of parents Alice and William, and their two young children, Laurens and Katharine.
Hitchcock addressing crowd from train car steps, when students escorted him to train for trip to Mediterranean.