Six photographs with typed descriptions on the reverse. Photographed by Underwood and Underwood of New York and Washington, D.C. Appear to be part of press releases.
Includes "A tree-climbing fish" (Queer Fish 8x10), "Human Skulls 20,000 Years Old" (Skulls 8 x 10), "Famous Diamonds of History Reproduced" (Famous Diamonds 8x10), model of the first all steel lighthouse: "Lighthouse" (5x7), testing automobile headlights: "Testing Headlights" (5x7), supplies standards for lamp manufacturers and the public: "Measures candle Power of Lights" (5x7) and survey boat which carried Birdsye down the river: "Colonel Birdseye and Family" (5x7).
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Gift before 1950.
Processed by Anne Johnson.
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