Lantern slide collection, [188-?] - [19--?].


Lantern slide collection, [188-?] - [19--?].

This collection contains nearly 1000 lantern slides, measuring ca. 4 X 3. The bulk of the collection was produced for educational purposes and documents U.S. history, science, industry, and locations throughout the world. Almost 200 of the slides pertain directly to Alabama and include images of individuals and ADAH materials such as the McKinney and Hall prints and Audubon prints.

3.66 cubic ft. (2 records center cartons and 5 archives boxes).

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