Skip to main content


Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Foster, Mary E., and Elsie R. Foster, Postcard Album, 1906-1907

 Item — Box B-001456: [Barcode: 32101103190854]
Scope and Contents

Consists of an album of travel postcards received primarily by Mary E. Foster and Elsie R. Foster from Ernest Moore Foster and others. Postcards are largely sent from various locations in the American West to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Dates: 1906-1907

Peel, C. V. A., "An Expedition to the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming U.S.A. in Search of Big Game" Manuscript, 1903

 Item — Box P-000149: [Barcode: 32101103190961]
Scope and Contents Consists of a bound album containing an unpublished manuscript and photographs by hunter and author Charles Victor Alexander Peel, in which he documents a 1903 big game hunting trip to Wyoming's Gros Ventre Wilderness and other regions. The manuscript includes sixty-six original bromide photographs, almost all annotated, illustrating Peel's travels through the Rocky Mountain West. The account is occasionally divided into short chapters with headings such as "Hunting the wapiti," "Hunting...
Dates: 1903

Philip Ashton Rollins Collection

Identifier: WC001

Consists of personal papers and material related to the American West collected by Philip Ashton Rollins (1869-1950).

Dates: 1887-1950; Majority of material found within 1900-1930
Found in: TAC_Metadata

Unidentified Photographer, Photographs of a Tourist Trip from New Orleans, Louisiana, to Monterrey, Mexico, 1898 February-March

 File — Box 55: [Barcode: 32101070780547]
Scope and Contents Consists of a group of fourteen mounted photographs documenting a tourist trip from New Orleans, Louisiana, through Texas, to Monterrey, Mexico. There are photographs of people and places in Monterrey, Mexico (Banco Nacional de México, a prison, a market, in a park "on the way to the bull fight"); a village seen from the National Railroad of Mexico (Ferrocarril Nacional de México); a wharf in New Orleans, Louisiana; San Pedro Springs and a swinging bridge in San Antonio, Texas; and the Rio...
Dates: 1898 February-March