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Score: 100% Man Working On Equipment at New York Telephone Company, 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.54508.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 20, 1939. Image of man working on equipment at New York Telephone Company, 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Man Adjusting Equipment at New York Telephone Company, 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.54507.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 20, 1939. Image of man adjusting channel modems at New York Telephone Company, 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Equipment at New York Telephone Company, 32 6th Avenue, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.54506.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 20, 1939. Image of equipment at New York Telephone Company, 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: wall of equipment behind metal doors, a man stands on a ladder with a meter balanced on top of step as his associate takes notes standing at the base of the ladder.
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Score: 100% Group at Ottman & Company Meat Market, New York City, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.54437.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 12, 1939. Image of group at Ottman & Company Meat Market, New York City. Visible in image: large group of men and women seated inside meat locker with sawdust floor, with cuts of meat on butcher block, sides of meat hanging along walls, and boxes of meat in background, group of men stand around butcher's block.
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Score: 100% Grout Hole Drill Platform and Dust Collector, MHT #51, New York City, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.54402.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 12, 1939. Image of grout hole drill platform and dust collector, MHT #51 under New York City. Visible in image: tunnel with train tracks running along bottom, a platform is set up with a two men standing on it drilling holes into roof of tunnel.
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Score: 100% Paint Exhibit at Hotel New Yorker, New York City, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.54153.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 9, 1938. Image of paint exhibit at Hotel New Yorker, New York City. Visible in image: display for "KAURI / GOLDEN / JUBILEE" paint offering "TO KAURI CUSTOMERS / A "FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM" APRON / FREE", in addition to signage, the display includes cans of paint, paint swatches and aprons.
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Score: 100% Exhibit at Hotel New Yorker, New York City, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.54154.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 9, 1938. Image of exhibit at Hotel New Yorker, New York City. Visible in image: display of house window shutters "BEING PAINTED WITH / KAURI / STAINPROOF / HOUSE PAINT / JOHN DOE & CO. / 26 MAIN ST., RYE, N.Y. TEL. 6784" with other signs and cans of paint stacked up.
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Score: 100% Man Attaching Wires to Equipment at 30th Street Company, New York City, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.54119.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 1, 1938. Image of man attaching wires to equipment at 30th Street Company, New York City. Visible in image: man in wool pants, shirt and vest attaches wire to mainframe, spools of wire sit on cart beside him.
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Score: 100% Attaching Wires to Equipment at 30th Street Company, New York City, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.54117.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from cropped 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 1, 1938. Image of hands attaching wires to equipment at 30th Street Company, New York City. Visible in image: close up of two hands holding pliers: "BELL / SYSTEM", attaching wires to equipment.
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Score: 100% Group Portrait at American Telephone & Telegraph Company, New York City, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.54061.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 17, 1938. Image of group portrait at American Telephone & Telegraph Company, New York City. Visible in image: large group of men, a majority of whom are standing with six men sitting in high backed chairs talking on standing telephones in front row, velvet banners with "AMERICAN TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO.
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Score: 100% Woman Adjusting Gauge on Ortho-Technic Audiphone Making Equipment at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53813.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman from 1984.187.53812 adjusting knob on machine to raise disk to reveal rubber ring on platform.
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Score: 100% Woman Fitting Rings onto Ortho-Technic Audiphones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53812.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman in black dress with white pinstripes and lace collar working with machine with pressure gauge, involved with making or using rubber rings.
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Score: 100% Woman Fitting Ortho-Technic Audiphone Components Together at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53811.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman in dress with large rose print fitting covers over components of audiphones.
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Score: 100% Woman Soldering Ortho-Technic Audiphone Components at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53810.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman in dress with arrows and flowers, wearing glasses, soldering audiphone components while timing it with a stopwatch.
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Score: 100% Woman Assembling Ortho-Technic Audiphone Components at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53809.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman in dress with squiggly circles fits components of audiphone together at her desk.
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Score: 100% Woman Assembling Ortho-Technic Audiphones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53808.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Woman Looking Through Microscope to Assemble Ortho-Technic Audiphone at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53807.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman from 1984.187.53805 looking through a microscope at a component of an audiphone.
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Score: 100% Woman Assembling Parts of Ortho-Technic Audiphone at Western Electric Company, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53806.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman in floral dress with shirt collar and buttons from 1984.187.53804 is now putting a large metal ring onto audiphone component.
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Score: 100% Woman Building Ortho-Technic Audiphone at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53805.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman fitting metal rings onto audiphone components, she is wearing a scarf and broach over her dress.
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Score: 100% Woman Assembling Ortho-Technic Audiphone at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53804.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Ortho-Technic Audiphone Assembly at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53803.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 31, 1938. Image of woman assembling ortho-techic audiophones at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Plaque at Jacob Ruppert Brewery, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53742.1
Image of plaque at Jacob Ruppert Brewery, New York City. Visible in image: plaque with portrait of Jacob Ruppert, border of plaque: oak leaves and acorns, plaque reads: "BORN / MARCH 4, 1842 / DIED / MAY 29, 1915 / IN HONOR OF / JACOB RUPPERT / FOUNDER / HIS WISDOM AND INDUSTRY GUIDED THE / SUCCESSFUL PROGRESS OF / THE JACOB TUPPERT BREWERY / FOR MANY YEARS AFTER ITS FOUNDING IN 1867 / THIS TABLET PRESENTED BY THE EMPLOYEES OF THE BREWERY ON THE / SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY / TO COMMEMORATE THE ...
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Score: 100% Jacob Ruppert Brewery, adding grains, Sutton News, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53697.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1938. Image of loading grain at Jacob Ruppert Brewery, New York City. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Jacob Ruppert Brewery, bottling room, Sutton News, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53695.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1938. Image of bottling assembly line at Jacob Ruppert Brewery, New York City. Visible in image: man runs bottle assembly line with machinery working at various tasks.
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Score: 100% Jacob Ruppert Brewery, dumping hops?, Sutton News, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53693.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1938. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”. PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.53693.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 332408 m332408-t.jpg Jacob Ruppert Brewery, dumping hops?
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Score: 100% Large pumps, Sutton News, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53691.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1938. Visible in image: two ridged tubes with pipes flowing in and out and pressure gauges and filters on machinery, looks to be in a basement/cement room with brick walls. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Jacob Ruppert Brewery, keg room, NYC, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53689.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1938. Image of interior of storage room of kegs at Jacob Ruppert Brewery at 1639 3rd Avenue, New York. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Jacob Ruppert Brewery, bottling, NYC, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53688.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1938. Image of interior of boxing room at Jacob Ruppert Brewery at 1639 3rd Avenue, New York. Visible in image: three men stand facing the camera with boxes of “JACOB RUPPERT / NEW YORK, NY / BEER-ALE” stacked behind them and rolling belt with broken down boxes on floor.
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Score: 100% Jacob Ruppert Brewery, rolling kegs, NYC, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53687.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1938. Image of interior of dispensing room at Jacob Ruppert Brewery at 1639 3rd Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: kegs being filled by machine with ramps sloped downward, so kegs can roll, one keg already halfway down ramp, other kegs stacked on brick floor.
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Score: 100% Col. Jacob Ruppert, brewery owner, NYC, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53686.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1938. Image of Col. Jacob Ruppert. Visible in image: portrait of Col. Jacob Ruppert from waist up, wearing three piece suit and bowtie, holding his spectacles in his right hand, his left hand in his pocket, with neat white mustache and slicked back hair.
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Score: 100% Diesel Installation at Philip Dietz Ice Company Plant at 6120 71st Street, Ridgewood, Brooklyn, NY, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53645.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 7, 1938. Image of diesel installation at Philip Dietz Ice Company Plant at 6120 71st Street, Ridgewood, Brooklyn, NY. Visible in image: interior view of diesel engine room at plant with “CHICAGO PNEUMATIC” diesel engine.
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Score: 100% Philip Dietz Coal Co., NY, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53642.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 7, 1938. Image of exterior view of Philip Dietz Ice Company Plant at 6120 71st Street, Ridgewood, Brooklyn, NY. DIETZ COAL COMPANY” “ICE PLANT” brick building with “FUEL / COKE” silos in interior courtyard, automobiles parked on street out front.
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Score: 100% Record cutter at W.O.R., Bell Telephone Labs, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53641.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 7, 1938. Image of machine making records at WOR Laboratories, 711 5th Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: “Western Electric” machine making records inside a laboratory.
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Score: 100% Bell Lab, man jotting notes, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53616.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 27, 1938. Image of man at test board at American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 32 6th Avenue, New York City. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Students in classroom, recorded testing, Western Electric, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53600.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 16, 1938. Image of audiometer group test at Valhalla Public School, Valhalla, NY. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Students in classroom, recorded testing, Western Electric, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53598.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 16, 1938. Image of audiometer test at Valhalla Public School, Valhalla, NY. Stamped on back in rectangular box: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Students in classroom, recorded testing, Western Electric, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53597.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 16, 1938. Image of audiometer in Valhalla Public School in Valhalla, NY. Visible in image: elementary age children taking audiometer test wearing headphones, boys wear knickers and tee-shirts or button down shirts and ties, the girls wear dresses, a woman stands in the front of the room with the record player, hygiene posters, maps, and transportation posters hang on walls.
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Score: 100% Students in classroom, recorded testing, Western Electric, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53595.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 16, 1938. Image of audiometer in use in Valhalla Public School, Valhalla, NY. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Students in classroom, recorded testing, Western Electric, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53594.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 16, 1938. Visible in image: classroom of junior high boys and girls wearing headphones and marking answers on a test paper as their teacher looks on with her hand on the record player, many of the boys wearing dress shirts and ties with sweaters or suit jackets, four boys wearing tee shirts, all the girls wear dresses, desks have slots for ink bottles and gouges for pencils or pens to sit at top of...
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Score: 100% Coal furnace serviceman, customer service, Buchanan & Co., 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53437.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 11, 1938. Image of woman greeting coal delivery man on City Island, NY. Visible in image: woman standing in her doorway taking receipt from coal delivery man at her house: “89”, a shingled home with arched doorway and brick patio.
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Score: 100% Hercules coal furnace serviceman, Buchanan & Co., 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53432.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 11, 1938. Image of coal furnace on City Island, NY. Visible in image: man in denim pants, wool shirt, work boots and cap reading instructions on wall for “WONDER / FUEL” furnace, a coal-fired “HERCULES / AMERICAN HEATING CO. / CHICAGO” furnace with instructions on bottom door: “KEEP ASH PIT / AND / UPPER FLUES…”, shovel, hook, scraper and other tools hanging on wall.
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Score: 100% Women taking telephone orders, Bell Labs, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53420.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 8, 1938. Image of switchboard operators taking orders at Macy’s, in New York City. Visible in image: three women taking orders by telephone, wearing switchboard operator chest-mounted mouthpieces and headphones, chalkboards in background for orders, quote on desk features Doc, one of the Seven Dwarfs, saying: “Sure cure for errors / INSPECT YOUR / OWN WORK BEFORE / PASSING IT THROUGH”.
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Score: 100% Weighing coal truck, Weightograph scale, NY, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53415.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 5, 1938. Image of men weighing coal truck at yard in New York. Visible in image: two men inside field office weighing truck parked outside on scale using a “WEIGHTOGRAPH / [manufactured by] THE WEIGHTOGRAM COMPANY / SAINT LOUIS, U.S.A.”, and “HOWE” weightograph with weight readings on screen, “STATE OF NEW YORK” inspection certificates hanging on wall.
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Score: 100% Elm Coal Yard, filling Bronx truck, NY, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53413.1
Image of Elm Coal & Oil Corporation coal yard in New York. Visible in image: 9 silos grouped together with “ELM / ELM COAL & OIL CORP.” sign on roof with chutes for: “2 / NUT”, “6/ NUT”, and “1 / STOVE” coal, “ANGELO NINIVAGGI / 4798 WHITE PLAINS AV. / BRONX, N.Y. / TEL. FAIRBANKS 0972 / ICE / AND COAL SUPPLY” truck being loaded from stove coal chute as man packs a bag with coal.
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Score: 100% Coal yard, Henry B. Pruser, Inc. truck, NY, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53411.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 4, 1938. Visible in image: “HENRY B. PRUSER, INC. / ESTABLISHED 1886 COAL – FUEL OIL- COKE / OFFICE 7 FISKE PLACE / YARD FULTON & EDISON AVES / MT. VERNON, NY” truck being loaded with coal from conveyor belt as a man shovels it into place on truck bed, holding tanks in background.
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Score: 100% Manhattan General Hospital, entrance, Diesel Progress, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53397.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 29, 1938. Image of entrance to Manhattan General Hospital, at 307 2nd Avenue between 17th and 19th Streets, New York City. Visible in image: street level façade of “MANHATTAN GENERAL HOSPITAL” with carved friezes of children over archway carved with waves, round columns with leaves at top flank doorway, wrought-iron decorative gates on doorways on supporting semi-circle glass over doorway.
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Score: 100% City Service Transit Busses, original skyline, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53334.2
8x10 print made by Rosenfeld and Sons from the original negative before it was masked, photographed on March 6, 1938. Image of City Service Transit Busses and trucks lined up in Newark, New Jersey from left to right in descending order. Visible in image: a row of busses and trucks parked on brick paved parking lot so the front end of each vehicle shows and the information on each buss is visible, such as: “Charter Service / CITY SERVICE TRANSIT CO. / NEWARK / #45”, “RUTHERFORD STA.
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Score: 100% City Service Transit Busses, altered skyline, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53334.1
8x10 print made by Rosenfeld and Sons from a composite negative photographed on March 6, 1938. Image of City Service Transit Busses and trucks lined up in Newark, New Jersey from left to right in descending order. Visible in image: a row of busses and trucks parked on brick paved parking lot so the front end of each vehicle shows and the information on each buss is visible, such as: “Charter Service / CITY SERVICE TRANSIT CO. / NEWARK / #45”, “RUTHERFORD STA.
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Score: 100% City Service Transit Busses, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53333.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 6, 1938. Image of City Service Transit Company Busses, Newark, NJ. Visible in image: row of flat fronted busses parked outside: “NEWARK / 45”, “RUTHERFORD STA.
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Score: 100% Woman in fur coat, Lampson Fraser & Huth, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53247.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 29, 1938. Image of model with silver fox fur at S. Schiffman & Company, 40 West 56th Street, New York City. Visible in image: women with blonde hair in roll wearing thigh length fur coat over black dress, mirror behind her to show off back of coat and see room with ceiling lamps and couch.
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Score: 100% Bus terminal, NYC, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.53098.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 12, 1938. Image of Bronx Bus Terminal, Bronx, NY. 11”, “F’DHAM RD-UNIVERSITY AV 16” and “WHITE PLAINS RD. 15”, two drivers, one of whom holds a coin changer, stand outside the number 15 bus, a man gets onto the number 16 bus.
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Score: 100% New Jersey plant & Construction shaft, Mason & Hanger, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52973.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 15, 1937. Image of New Jersey Plant & construction shaft for M.H.T. 51 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Visible in image: construction site in foreground with open mine cars in yard, plant buildings, train tracks and barges along Hudson River bank, Hudson River shoreline of Manhattan visible in background with piers and western Manhattan skyline.
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Score: 100% Bathing suit model shoot, Hotel Lexington, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52942.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 10, 1937. Image of Bathing Beauty Contest at Hawaiian Room of Hotel Lexington, New York. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection , image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Steam turbine, S. Brooklyn, NY, Thomas & Betts, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52940.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 10, 1937. Visible in image: “ALLIS-CHALMERS / ALTERNATING CURRENT GENERATOR”, Terry Steam Turbine, Allis-Chalmers 1000 K.W. generator, and T & B Solderless Three Barrel 900,000 CM Terminals inside a factory. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Broadway Looking South from City Hall Park in Manhattan, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52323.1
F. BATTERHAM / 179” at 179 Broadway and the Italian Renaissance style Germania Building at 175 Broadway, on the corner of Cortlandt Street, the Historicist Skyscraper style City Investing Building at 165 Broadway flanking the north side of the Second-Empire Baroque style Singer Tower at 149 Broadway with domed roof and lantern off Liberty Street, the Neo-Gothic style U.S. Realty Building with crenellated fronton roof and the cupola-topped Trinity Building straddle Thames Street, with the ...
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Score: 100% Machine shop workers, Langein Brothers, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52445.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from cropped 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 1, 1937. Visible in image: men inside straight razor factory working on various stages of manufacture, including sharpening them on a whetstone, two piles of razors are on the floor. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Underground shaft, Mason & Hanger, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52413.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 10, 1937. Image of New York construction shaft, beginning of drift M.H.T. 51, New York City. Visible in image: view down shaft from street, wooden ladder along side, metal i-beams supporting sides, drilled bedrock and puddles of water at bottom of shaft, men in hard hats with construction tools at work.
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Score: 100% Bell Labs, repairing central unit, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52335.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 20, 1937. Image of machine switching apparatus at Troy Exchange, Brooklyn, NY. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Evening Journal Building at 210 South Street, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52850.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 3, 1937. Image of Evening Journal Building at 210 South Street, New York City. Visible in image: stone building with friezes of eagles and pyramids on facade and "MDCCCXCV / HEARST / PUBLICATIONS" written on facade and American flag flying from rooftop, cars parked on wet street.
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Score: 100% Bonwit-Teller Building, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52849.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 3, 1937. Image of Bonwit-Teller Building, 56th Street and 5th Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: Art Deco style "BONWIT / TELLER" building with friezes of a man and a woman, decorative window over entrance and open brickwork on either side of window, automobiles parked on street.
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Score: 100% International Magazine Building at 57th Street and 8th Avenue, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52846.1
Image of International Magazine Building at 57th Street and 8th Avenue in New York City. Visible in image: Art Deco style building with urn-topped columns frame the corners and entrance of building with allegorical statues representing Sport and Industry, Printing and the Sciences, and Comedy and Tragedy at the bottom of each column, bottom floor houses storefronts for: "Anselmo", "WESTERN UNION", "Louis Geller / HATS SHIRTS" and "CRAWFORD CLOTHES", "PARC VENDOME" building, "WEST SIDE / ...
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Score: 100% Mr. Rochester at Front Desk with Sign, Hotel Lexington, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52809.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 23, 1937. Image of Mr. Rochester at front desk with sign at Hotel Lexington, New York City. Visible in image: "INFORMATION / MAIL KEYS" desk in hotel lobby with man behind desk writing in book with Mr. Rochester looking on, sign on desk: "CONSULT / 1937 / OFFICIAL / HOTEL RED BOOK / AND DIRECTORY / LATEST EDITION / HERE".
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Score: 100% Teletype Machine Closeup, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52756.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 14, 1937. Visible in image: woman's two hands on teletype machine with switches for: "SEND / REC. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection , image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Group of Legionnaires at Hotel Lexington, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52676.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 21, 1937. Image of group of legionnaires at Hotel Lexington, New York City. Visible in image: group of American Legion soldiers in crusher hats and eagle hat emblems, dress coats, Jodhpur pants and riding boots with various medals and insignia on their jackets, men surrond man from 1984.187.52671 in oversea's cap: "27" and man in oversea's cap: "NEW YORK" and double-breasted suit and striped ...
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Score: 100% Massachusetts Legionnaires at Hotel Lexington, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52673.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 21, 1937. Image of Massachusetts legionnaires at Hotel Lexington, New York City. Visible in image: man in overseas cap from 1984.187.52671 facing man in white overseas cap: "MASSACHUSETTS", wearing military dress coat and tie with button on right lapel: ""DAN / DOHERTY" / FOR NAT'L / COMMANDER" and "AMERICAN LEGION" button on other lapel, medals on left breast pocket: "RAY MC EVOY" and "...
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Score: 100% Legionnaires at Hotel Lexington, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52671.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 21, 1937. Image of legionnaires at Hotel Lexington in New York City. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection , image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Men Looking at Ad for KANT-SLIP, Everfast Fabric Company, 57 Worth Street, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52659.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 14, 1937. Image of men looking at ad for KANT-SLIP, at the Everlast Fabric Company, 57 Worth Street, New York City. Visible in image: two men in three piece suits seated at desk looking at advertisement for "KANT-SLIP", one man holds a tube in his hands.
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Score: 100% Truck with Fire Extinguishers at Empire State Building, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52561.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 17, 1937. Image of truck with fire extinguishers at the Empire State Building in New York City. Visible in image: roll cart with fire extinguishers, hatchets, pikes, gas mask: "GAS MASK / SAFETY SERVICE / DAVIS EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT CO, INC. / NEW YORK", "FIRST AID" kit, lanterns: "REDBIRD", and gloves.
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Score: 100% Office Interior, AT & T Company, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52547.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 11, 1937. Image of office interior at AT&T Company, New York City. Visible in image: two rows of desks with those closest to the wall having chairs for customers set up, dial telephone on each desk, painting of telephone operator homes to telephone poles seen.
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Score: 100% Operators at Hazardous Chemicals Equipment at Western Electric Plant, Kearny, NJ, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52524.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 4, 1937. Image of operators at hazardous chemicals equipment at Western Electric plant, Kearny, NJ. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Dissection of Pay Telephone at 395 Hudson Street, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52508.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 19, 1937. Image of dissection of pay telephone at 395 Hudson Street, New York City. Visible in image: pay telephone shown in three parts: whole on left with slots for "25 / 10 / 5" coins, ear piece and mouth piece separate, mouth piece located under dial, to center is telephone without face, showing inner workings of telephone, and to right is back of telephone.
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Score: 100% Franklin Simons Fashion Display of Women's Fashions at the Park Lane, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52198.1
Image of Franklin Simon's Fashion Display of Women's Fashions at the Park Lane, New York City. Visible in image: same women from 1984.187.52195 wearing the same outfits, from left to right standing: woman in knee length dress with pleated insert in neckline, woman in short skirt with longer skirt attached , woman in sleeveless dress with flower wreath in hair, woman in long dress with jacket, and woman in Alpine dress with flower wreath in hair, seated in front is woman in floral dress with ...
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Score: 100% Franklin Simons Fashion Display at Park Lane, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52195.1
Visible in image: six women posed with a man in a tuxedo in the center, the girl on the far left wears a short skirt with a longer skirt open in front and a little jacket and espedrilles, to her right a woman wears a knee-length driess with cap sleeves and square neck with white pleated inlay and a straw hat with ribbon and white shoes, the woman to her right wears a floor-length dress with jacket that matches the fabric of the first woman's dress, a man in tuxedo is to her right, to his ...
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Score: 100% Woman Wearing Floral Dress and Fur Coat Posing for American National Fox & Fur Breeders Association, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52194.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from cropped 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1937. Image of woman wearing floral dress and fur coat posing for American National Fox & Fur Breeders Association in New York City. Visible in image: woman wearing a floral floor-length dress under a fur coat, with flowers in her hair, winter mural in background.
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Score: 100% Woman in Fur Coat Posing for American National Fox & Fur Breeders Association, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52191.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1937. Image of woman in fur coat posing for American National Fox & Fur Breeders Association in New York City. Visible in image: brunette woman in fur coat and matte black dress posing in front of winter mural and looking at camera.
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Score: 100% Woman with Cigarette Holder Posing for American National Fox & Fur Breeders Association, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52185.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from Cropped 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1937. Image of woman with cigarette holder posing for American National Fox & Fur Breeders Association in New York City. Visible in image: blond woman in blond fur coat and black matte dress posing in front of a winter mural holding a cigarette holder and cigarette in her hand.
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Score: 100% Two Models Posing in Fur Coats for American National Fox & Fur Breeders Association, New York City, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52183.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1937. Image of two models posing in fur coats for American National Fox & Fur Breeders Association in New York City. Visible in image: two women, one with flowers in her hair and a matte black dress on underneath her fur coat with ribbon around her neck and the other wearing a shiny black dress underneath her fur coat with ribbon ties, stand in front of a winter mural on a stage looking off to...
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Score: 100% Piel Brothers Malt Truck in Front of Piel Brothers Brewery, Brooklyn, NY, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52157.1
Image of Piel Brothers malt truck in front of Piel Brothers Brewery in Brooklyn, NY. Visible in image: truck: "Piel's / FINE BEER / MALT TRANSPORTATION / PIEL BROS. BROOKLYN, N.Y.", man standing with one leg up on running board of truck cab, truck parked outside brick building with arched windows and decorative facades under windows.
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Score: 100% Skyline View from Penthouse Apartment on East River, Manhattan, NY, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51744.1
Visible in image: view of Chrysler Building at 405 Lexington Avenue to far left and the Empire State Building, at 350 5th Avenue just behind it, the tower of the Johns-Manville Building at 275 Madison Avenue rising up to the right, with the spired roof of the Lefcourt Colonial Building at 295 Madison Avenue and the pyramid roof and arched Gothic windows of the Lincoln Building at 606 42nd Street to its right, to the right after crossing low lying buildings is the pilastered top on a pyramid ...
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Score: 100% View Looking Down River from Penthouse Apartment on East Riverfront, Manhattan, NY, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51743.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 22, 1936. Image of view looking down river from Penthouse Apartment on East Riverfront, Manhattan, NY. Visible in image: view from East River front apartment rooftop looking down East River towards Williamsburg Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and Brooklyn Bridge, waterfronts of Manhattan and Brooklyn visible: apartment buildings and factories.
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Score: 100% Nurse Interviewing Woman at 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51645.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 24, 1936. Image of nurse interviewing woman at 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: nurse in white dress and shoes with ruffled hat and black band writes notes as a woman in a black dress sits in chair beside desk in white walled room with black and white tiled floor.
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Score: 100% Dinner Group on 8th Floor Restaurant at 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51592.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 29, 1936. Image of dinner group on 8th floor restaurant at 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: two long tables of men and women, some of whom are wearing paper hats, some of whom are lined up along back and side walls, white tableclothes have strip of paper with black diamonds running down center of tables, floral bouquets in center of each table with pumpkins.
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Score: 100% Man with Auto at Tydol Station Fueling Car, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51281.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 22, 1936. Image of man fueling auto at Tydol Station. Visible in image: man in straw hat and three piece suit stands beside his convertible "P-30.8 71" license plate with "VEEDOL" logo on front of car as a gas station attendant fuels car under hood that opens sideways from "TYDOL" gas pump with ad: "Triple-action / TYDOL / DRIVES / OILS / CLEANS" and sign beside pump: "USED IN / HINDENBURG ....
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Score: 100% Midget Auto Racing Car #7 at Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City, NY, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51245.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 15, 1936. Image of midget auto racing car #7 at Madison Square Garden Bowl in Long Island City, NY. Visible in image: man in white shirt and goggles propped on helmut sitting in car "7" with man standing in background staring at camera, picture taken at dusk with stadium lights shining, stand: "Revue / FIRE / STATION".
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Score: 100% Midget Auto Racing Car #28 and Crew at Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City, NY, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51244.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 15, 1936. Image of Midget auto racing car #28 and crew at Madison Square Garden Bowl in Long Island City, NY. Visible in image: man with white shirt and helmet on, with goggles around his neck seated in car "28", men behind him stare at camera, stadium in background, stand reads: "Revue / FIRE / STATION".
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Score: 100% Midget Auto Racing Crew at Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City, NY, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51243.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 15, 1936. Image of Midget auto racing crew at Madison Square Garden Bowl in Long Island City, NY. Visible in image: man with helmet on seated in car "11" with engine hood opened from side, three boys lean against car, background is dark with lights shining, front of crowd visible.
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Score: 100% Midget Auto Racing Car #45 at Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City, NY, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51242.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 15, 1936. Image of midget auto racing car #45 at Madison Square Garden Bowl in Long Island City, NY. Visible in image: man in white pants and leather jacket kneeling by midget auto racer "45", with hood open to side to expose engine which he is fixing, stands of people in background.
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Score: 100% Municipal Swimming Pool at Astoria, Long Island, NY, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51240.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 15, 1936. Image of municipal swimming pool in Astoria, Long Island, New York. Visible in image: large swimming pool with three fountains in center, stadium seating around it, lamppoles around edge, East River just beyond a riverside walkway, Triboro Bridge and Manhattan in background.
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Score: 100% Municipal Swimming Pool at 111th St. & 1st Ave., New York City, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51235
8x10 gelatin silver print from missing 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 15, 1936. Image of Municipal Swimming Pool at 111th Street and 1st Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: two large swimming pools with children lined up around edge and swimming in pool, diving boards in foreground, two fountains in center of pool in background, open arched building on far side of pool, trees line outside of pool area, bridge and buildings in far background.
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Score: 100% Sheep at Medical Centre at 630 West 168th Street, New York City, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51007A.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 24, 1936. Image of sheep at Medical Centre at 630 West 168th Street, New York City. Visible in image: man in hip boots holds a wet, wooly sheep in an chain-link fence enclosure with tile floor, tables in background.
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Score: 100% Medical Centre at 630 West 168th Street, New York City, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51002.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 24, 1936. Image of Medical Centre at 630 West 168th Street, New York City. Visible in image: sheep is lying on wooden operating table that slopes inward, legs are wrapped in white tape and wires are connected to back legs, a man in a white lab coat stands by the sheep with a stop watch, a group of three other men sit and stand around another table with electrical tube, back wall is covered with ...
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Score: 100% Dirigible, Sutton News, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.50953.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 1, 1936. Image of dirigible, copy of photograph at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, in New York City. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% First Bus Operating on Lexington Avenue Passing Hotel Lexington, New York City, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.50948.1
Image of first bus operating on Lexington Avenue passing Hotel Lexington, New York City. Visible in image: corner of "E. 48 ST [and] LEXINGTON AVE." looking south towards E. 45th Street, "HOTEL LEXINGTON" building in foreground with Gothic facade of gargoyles, carved arches in relief with rosettes and pendant drops, street level storefronts of: "Lexington / Chemists / SILVER GRILL / DINE & DANCE / OZZIE NELSON / HARRIET HILLIARD / ROGER SMITH / WINTHROP / RESTAURANT / Liggett's / DRUGS", ...
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Score: 100% Woman in Native American Costume in Kitchen of Hotel Lexington, New York City, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.50894.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 5, 1936. Image of woman in Native American costume in kitchen of Hotel Lexington in New York City. Visible in image: woman with headress and feathers and two long braids, wearing fringed and beaded shirt and skirt with beaded belt and mocassins standing by a woman cook in white dress stirring a big pot of steaming food with a large whisk, other pots on stove and pans hanging from rack in ...
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Score: 100% Exhibit at Sportsman Show at Grand Central Palace, New York City, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.50885.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 3, 1936. Image of exhibit at sportsman show at Grand Central Palace, New York City. Visible in image: display of bikes with advertisements and tires on the walls for "Progressive Cycle and Auto Supply Co. / 85 Chambers St. N.Y. / B.S.A.", evergreen sprays are tied around pillars.
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Score: 100% Room Full of Toys for Christmas Gifts, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50624.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 19, 1935. Image of room full of toys for Christmas gifts, New York City. Visible in image: room with Christmas tree decorated with lights, tinsel and a star on top, two wreaths hang on the wall, the room has dolls, train sets, toy dishes, musical instruments, cars, sports equipment, books and blocks laid out on floor and on tables.
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Score: 100% Rummage Sale at AT&T, 195 Broadway, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50518.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 7, 1935. Image of rummage sale at AT&T at 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: three women set up rummage sale tables of shoes, ties, coats, hats, shirts and pants.
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Score: 100% Laird's Apple Jack Brandy Bottle at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50459.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 11, 1935. Image of Laird's Apple Jack Brandy bottle at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: "ONE QUART" bottle with screw cap that has tape over it of "LAIRD'S / Special / BAR APPLE / STRAIGHT APPLE JACK / BRANDY / America's Oldest Family of / Brandy Distillers / FOUNDED 1780 / POT STILLED- B'TL'D AT THE DIST'LERY / DISTILLED BY / LAIRD AND COMPANY / SCOBEYVILLE, ...
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Score: 100% Office Interior at Laird Plant, Scobeyville, NJ, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50455.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 10, 1935. Image of office interior at Laird Plant at Scobeyville, NJ. Visible in image: woman sits in leather office chair at large wooden desk in wood panelled office with wide wooden floor boards, woven plaid rug on floor, various sized bottles of "LAIRD / APPLE JACK / BRANDY" on mantle over fireplace.
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Score: 100% Brandy Still at Laird Plant, Scobeyville, NJ, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50453.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 10, 1935. Image of brandy still at Laird Plant at Scobeyville, NJ. Visible in image: man in workclothes and baseball cap writes on a small chalkboard hung on one of five wine stills, exposed pipes run throughout the room, metal stairs run from platform between two back stills.
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Score: 100% General Exterior View of Laird Plant, Scobeyville, NJ, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50448.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 10, 1935. Image of general exterior view of Laird Plant in Scobeyville, NJ. Visible in image: wood-sided factory with storage cylinders in back, houses behind factory, cars parked out front, river runs along foreground.
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Score: 100% Board in Operation at 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50079.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 6, 1935. Image of board in operation at 32 Sixth Avenue, New York City. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Northeast Corner of 58th Street and 1st Avenue Photographed from 400 E 58th Street, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44984.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 26, 1935. Image of northeast corner of 58th Street and 1st Avenue photographed from 400 East 58th Street, New York City. Visible in image: overhead view of street block, advertisement on side of building reads: "East 59th St. / GARAGE / 338 E. 59th ST. / bet. 1st & 2nd Aves.
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Score: 100% Mabel G. Bell's Stock Certificate, 1877
Accession Number: 1984.187.50235.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 8, 1935. Image of Mabel G. Bell's stock certificate from 1877, copy of document at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: "BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY" stock certificate made out to "Mabel G. Bell / of Boston, Mass / ...[for] Fourteen Hundred + ninety-seven Shares / August 1st, 1877 / Gardiner G. Hubbard Trustee", certificate has stylized lefthand border of flowers and curli-...
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Score: 100% Alexander G. Bell's Stock Certificate, 1877
Accession Number: 1984.187.50236.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 8, 1935. Image of Alexander Graham Bell's Stock Certificate, 1877, copy of document at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970 / 50236".
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Score: 100% "The Telephone" Document at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50234.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 8, 1935. Image of telephone document at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Stamped on back in rectangular box: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970 / 50234”.
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Score: 100% Steam Roller in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50207.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from missing 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 17, 1935. Image of steam roller in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York. Handwritten on back of print: "50207 / DIESEL PROGRESS 7/17/35". Typed information from original negative sleeve: “50207 / 7/17/35 / [Box] 2351-16 / Diesel Progress- 2 W 45th St, City-photo of steam roller in Flatbush / Mr. F M Prendergast“.
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Score: 100% O'Brien Dredge at Station 186 Looking Southeast at Low Tide, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.50148.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 1, 1935. Image of O'Brien dredge at Station 186 looking southeast at low tide in New York City. O'BRIEN", low tide shoreline, and two abandoned barges to the left.
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Score: 100% Window Display at Woolworth Store at 1020 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44948.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 5, 1935. Image of window display at Woolworth Store at 1020 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. Visible in image: window display at "F.W. WOOLWORTH CO." of canary supplies: "MAGIC / BIRD GRAVEL", "VIBRATING PERCH", "MAGIC / CANARY SEED", and signs: "Free / Advice On The Care / and Treatment / of Your / Canary / At Counter / No.
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Score: 100% View of New York Foundling Hospital from East, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44939.1
Image of view of New York Foundling Hospital from east, New York City. Visible in image: view of Victorian / Second Empire style brick building with mansard roof and wrought iron cresting along rooftop, U-shaped window crowns, double columns around doorway and pediments on dormer windows in roof, Gothic style building in background has battlements and parapets along rooftop, a large arched window reminiscent of stain-glass windows in churches, and arched windows on every floor, automobiles ...
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Score: 100% East 68th Street between 3rd and Lexington Avenues, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44938.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1935. Image of East 68th Street between 3rd and Lexington Avenues looking west, New York City. Visible in image: iron rail fence in front of the New York Foundling Hospital to the right, brick and stone buildings to the left, automobiles parked on street.
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Score: 100% Corner of 68th Street and 3rd Avenue, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44937.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1935. Image of corner of East 68th Street and 3rd Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: elevated roadway runs along 3rd Avenue with street car running underneath, "68th St. / Playhouse (?) / CHARLES DICKENS / GREAT EXPECTATIONS" and "Bartoli's / SHOES" on southwest corner of 3rd and 68th, "CASO SODA DRUGS LUNCHEONETTE" on southeast corner, cars parked on E. 68th Street.
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Score: 100% New York Foundling Hospital, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44936.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1935. Image of New York Foundling Hospital at 175 East 68th Street looking towards 3rd Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: large brick building with awning over sidewalk: "NEW YORK FOUNDLING HOSPITAL / 175", double staircase leads to main entrance with pediment over door with a statue of saint holding baby over front archway painted with scrolls and columns on either side of door.
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Score: 100% Looking Southeast along Park Avenue from 72nd Street, taking in 730 Park Avenue, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44905.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 8, 1935. Image of view looking southeast along Park Avenue from 72nd Street, including 730 Park Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: luxury apartment houses along Park Avenue, including the neo-Renaissance/neo-Jacobean style apartment building at 730 Park Avenue, signs for "N.Y. / 22 / N.Y. / 100" routes, cars on street, iron railings in front of buildings, skyscrapers of midtown Manhattan (...
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Score: 100% Women on Roller Skates at Western Union Office-Traffic Department, 60 Hudson Street, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44891.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from missing 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 23, 1935. Image of: women on roller skates at Western Union Office-Traffic Department, 60 Hudson Street, NYC. Visible in image:two women standing on rollerskates, a third woman on skates is sitting behind the sorting station, women are inside factory, desks with working men and women in background.
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Score: 100% Line Drawing of City Street with Telephone Poles at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44702.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 16, 1935. copy of line drawing of city street with telephone poles at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: photograph that has been touched up, view of city street with telephone poles and wires drawn in to create maze of wires, crowds throng the sidewalks, horse and wagons crowd street, tall buildings line the street.
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Score: 100% Operator at Teletype Machine in Room 435 at AT&T, 195 Broadway, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44654.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 12, 1934. Image of operator at teletype machine in Room 435 at AT&T, 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: man in suit typing at teletype machine, back to camera, machine is painted to resemble wood.
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Score: 100% Soda Fountain at Loesers, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44635.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 10, 1934. Image of soda fountain at Frederick Loeser & Company department store in New York City. Visible in image: display of "OLD / FAITHFUL / SUPER-CHARGERS" boxes and soda water bottles set up for samples, samples in glass stemmed cordial glasses, advertisement: "Make Your Own / SODA / for 7 1/2¢ / a Full Quart / OLD FAITHFUL SYPHON / Instantly Changes Plain Water / into Delicious ...
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Score: 100% Mirsky's Pharmacy-39-50 24th St., New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44631.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 7, 1934. Image of Mirsky's Pharmacy at 39-50 24th Street, New York City. Visible in image: storefront of pharmacy with signs for: "PRESCRIPTIONS / DRUGS / DRINK / Coca-Cola / GEM / MICROMATIC / BLADES / IMPROVED / ZYMOLE / TROKEYS / for Husky Throats / New 10¢ Size / HOT CHOCOLATE / NOTARY / PUBLIC / ACE COMBS / keep "regular" / with / EX-LAX" and various items on display in window.
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Score: 100% Electronic Window Display, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44596.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 26, 1934. Image of electronic window display in New York City. Visible in image: window display with, left to right: electric sandwich grill, "ROYAL" vacuum, iron, clocks, "ROYAL / Culinaire" hotpot, radio, toaster (?),
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Score: 100% Display at Robert Andresen, 336 Avenue B, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44579.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 16, 1934. Image of display at Robert Andresen, 336 Avenue B, New York City. Visible in image: display of rayon fabric: "A / Fabric of / CROWN RAYON / Crown / Tested / Quality / It's Tested / PROGRESS TOWARD PERFECTION / TRANSPORTATION YESTERDAY TRANSPORTATION TODAY / WOMENS STYLE YESTERDAY WOMENS STYLE TODAY / RAYON YESTERDAY RAYON TODAY" with corresponding pictures of trains and women's dress...
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Score: 100% Ping-Pong Tournament at AT&T, 195 Broadway, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44521.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 22, 1934. Image of ping-pong tournament at AT&T, 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: three ping-pong tables set up, men playing at all three, suspended lights from the ceiling, chairs set up along walls.
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Score: 100% Woman Posing with Indian Motorcycle, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44275.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 2, 1934. Image of woman posing with an Indian motorcycle. Visible in image: woman with goggles and aviator's cap stands beside an "Indian" motorcycle on dirt road, brick house with shrubbery outside in background.
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Score: 100% Sliding Calculator at Rosenfeld & Sons Studio, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44264.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 26, 1934. Image of sliding calculator at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. handwritten paper adhered to box lid of sliding rule calculator.
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Score: 100% Exterior of Feigenspan Brewery, Newark, NJ, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44214.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 20, 1934. Image of exterior of Feigenspan Brewery in Newark, NJ. Visible in image: red brick building with smaller building next door with clocktower on top, "FEIGENSPAN / P.O.N. / BREWERS SINCE 1875" truck parks in front.
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Score: 100% Beer Barrels, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44209.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 20, 1934. Visible in image: man in dungarees, jacket and cap leans on a beer barrels stacked in rows in pyramid shape. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y.C. / BEEKMAN 2850 / Negative No ___”.
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Score: 100% Broadway & Fulton Streets, New York City, 1866
Accession Number: 1984.187.44168.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 8, 1934. Image of Broadway and Fulton Streets, New York City in 1866. Visible in image: pedestrian bridge over street, park, and storefronts: "GOODYEAR / INDIA RUBBER GOODS / PAGE, THOMAS / & CO. / GRAVEL / ROOFS / TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY / GLOBE / MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. / AMERICAN FREE TRADE / LEAGUE", area is site of later AT&T Building at 195 Broadway.
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Score: 100% Movie Tone Equipment in Use, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44083.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 16, 1934. Image of movie tone equipment in use in New York City. Visible in image: woman in floral dress with ruffled collar and wide-brimmed hat with flower stands on the sidewalk behind a Turner U49 microphone on a tripod as a man films her with the Akeley Audio Camera from 1984.187.43850, the battery and a box of lenses are beside him, a third man sits on the sidewalk on a box with adjusting the...
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Score: 100% Kitchen Set Layout at W E Tranter Hardware Company, 390 Hudson Street, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44059.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 8, 1934. Image of kitchen set layout at WE Tranter Hardware Company, 390 Hudson St., NYC. Visible in image: kitchen set up from left to right with mixer on small counter with cabinet overhead, a "Graybar" washing machine with a "Good Housekeeping" seal of approval, sink with faux window overhead, electric countertop range on counter with cabinet of electric appliances overhead, closet with vacuum ...
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Score: 100% Building at 632 Madison Avenue, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44055.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 5, 1934. Image of building at 632 Madison Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: two story glass and metal building with "WILLOW CAFETERIA / Whelan Drug Co. / MANHATTAN / CAMP FIRE / GIRLS / TRANS-LUX / THE MODERN / THEATRE / EDWOODS" stores on the first floor, second floor is open: "STORES / OFFICES / FOR RENT / CROSS & BROWN", corner of E. 59th St. and Madison Avenue, tall apartment and office ...
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Score: 100% Change House and West End of Power House, M.H.T. #4, Manhattan, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44046.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 2, 1934. Image of change house and west end of power house, Manhattan, MHT #4. Visible in image: two brick buildings under construction, factories in background. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Group Listening to Radio at Hotel Lexington, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44017.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 24, 1934. Image of group listening to radio at Hotel Lexington on 48th and Lexington Ave., NYC. Visible in image: two women, one sitting in arm chair wearing fur-lined jacket over her dress and a hat tipped to the side and the other woman standing up wearing a knit cap and wool checked coat over her dress listen as a gentleman in a three piece suit and flower in his lapel and spats on his shoes ...
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Score: 100% Equipment Operator at 3104 Northern Boulevard, Astoria, Long Island, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44004.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 12, 1934. Image of equipment operator at 3104 Northern Boulevard in Astoria on Long Island. Visible in image: male radio operator watching machine print out paper with pictures of a bird, "THE BULL" and "THE DOVE", a strip of film with musical score is run over spools on machine.
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Score: 100% Equipment at 3104 Northern Boulevard, Astoria, Long Island, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44003.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 12, 1934. Image of equipment at 3104 Northern Boulevard at Astoria on Long Island. Visible in image: man standing by machine a couple inches taller than him adjusting knobs and reading gauges while the machine prints out pictures of a bird, "THE BULL" and "THE DOVE".
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Score: 100% Equipment at 3104 Northern Boulevard, Astoria, Queens, New York, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44001.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 12, 1934. Image of equipment at 3104 Northern Boulevard, Astoria, Queens, NY. Visible in image: man smoking a pipe turns the knob on a radio while a machine to his left prints out pictures of eagles and Abraham Lincoln, table and walls covered with white linen sheet.
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Score: 100% Shops for Rent, 14-22 Courtland St., New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.43984.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 6, 1934. Image of shops for rent at 14-22 Courtland Street, New York City. Visible in image: block of shops, many for rent: "100% / RETAIL STORES / FOR LEASE / AGENT ON PREMISES" as well as "EAST RIVER / SAVINGS BANK" and "CHAS.
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Score: 100% Women at Switchboard on 5th Floor of AT&T, 32 Sixth Ave., New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.43957.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 27, 1934. Image of women at switchboard on 5th Floor of AT&T at 32 6th Ave., NYC. Visible in image: three women in dresses and skirt and sweater sets seated with their backs to the camera wearing headsets and mouthpieces on their chests, seated at switchboards: "420" to "425". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Movie Equipment at Movie Tone News, Inc., 460 W. 54th Street, New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.43850.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 3, 1934. Image of movie equipment at Movie Tone News, Inc. at 460 W. 54th St., NYC. Visible in image: 35mm "AKELEY AUDIO CAMERA" on a tripod with long adjustable handle for pan or tilt operation, rubber-covered adjustable eyepiece, two magazines for film on top of camera, lens plate has dual slots for mounting lens, camera is connected to battery inside case with handle and amplifier with knobs...
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Score: 100% Broadcast Control Equipment at Long Distance Building, 32 Sixth Ave., New York City, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.43684.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 10, 1934. Image of broadcast control equipment at Long Distance Building, 32 6th Ave., New York City, copy of photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% General Control Office Broadcast Network Service Equipment at AT&T, 32 6th Avenue, New York City, 1933
Accession Number: 1984.187.43674.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 29, 1933. Image of general control office broadcast network service equipment at AT&T, 32 6th Ave., NYC. Visible in image: section of telephone company's General Control Office, equipment show in picture is used solely for broadcasting network service, men seated at machines and desks. Stamped on back in oval: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3...
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Score: 100% Selecting Liquors for Commodore Byrd's Antarctic Expedition, New York City, 1933
Accession Number: 1984.187.43453.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 16, 1933. Image of men selecting liquors for Commodore Byrd's Antarctic Expedition, in New York City. Visible in image: desk full of "GOLDEN WEDDING / WHISKEY / OLD BARBEE / RYE / JAMES E. PEPPER / GONZALEZ", two men sitting at desk trying liquors, map of world on wall.
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Score: 100% General View Looking Northwest along Riverside Drive from Window of 230 Riverside Drive, New York City, 1933
Accession Number: 1984.187.43374.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 5, 1933. Image of general view looking northwest along Riverside Drive from Window of 230 Riverside Drive, New York City. Visible in image: view of river, riverside park and railroad along river, Riverside Drive and apartment buildings along road, George Washington Bridge in background.
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Score: 100% Teletype Switchboard, New York City, 1933
Accession Number: 1984.187.43227.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 13, 1933. Image of teletype switchboard in New York City. Visible in image: women operators sit at switchboards: "7406" to "7416" with teletypewriters and switches and lights to their right, supervisor stands behind them.
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Score: 100% General Map of United States, 1933
Accession Number: 1984.187.43165.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 26, 1933. Image of General Map of United States, taken in New York City. Visible in image: map with legend: "General Map / OF THE / UNITED STATES / AND PORTIONS OF CANADA AND MEXICO / RAND MCNALLY & COMPANY / CHICAGO NEW YORK", map has pins in various towns and strings connecting towns, smaller map of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island is tacked on.
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Score: 100% Lieutenant Governor Lunn Receiving Message from Charlie Ludwig, Lexington Hotel, New York City, 1933
Accession Number: 1984.187.42986.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 2, 1933. Image of Lieutenant Governor Lunn receiving message from Charlie Ludwig at the Lexington Hotel, New York City. Visible in image: Charlie Ludwig, a little person dressed in livery suit of knee britches, metal buckle shoes, and coat with tails, square collar and brocaded pencil point sleeves, hands a letter on a silver tray to Lt. Gov. George R. Lunn, dressed in double-breasted suit and ...
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Score: 100% Mr. Doherty and Mr. Gibson on Terrace of 60 Wall Tower, New York City, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.42523.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 20, 1932. Image of Mr. Henry L. Doherty and Mr. Gibson on the terrace of 60 Wall Tower, New York City. Visible in image: image taken from the next story up, Henry Doherty is to the left wearing a light three piece suit and spectacles and Mr. Gibson is to the right wearing a dark three piece suit, in the background is the Southeastern Manhatten skyline looking north towards piers on west side ...
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Score: 100% Interior of Bowery Savings Bank, 42nd Street, New York City, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.42214.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 6, 1932. Image of interior of Bowery Savings Bank on 42nd St., New York City. Visible in image: interior of bank with large arched glass windowd, columned arches whose columns are difference colors of marble stone, large cage in center of hall with tellers and men and women at desks, outside the cage are "INVESTMENTS / NEW ACCOUNTS" customer service desks, aisles have decorative stone tiles.
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Score: 100% Telegraph Bureau at Police Headquarters, New York City, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.42124.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 13, 1932. Image of telegraph bureau at police headquarters in New York City. Visible in image: a police officer sits in the center of a u shaped table laid out with a map of "MANHATTAN / RICHMOND / BROOKLYN / BRONX / QUEENS", two other officers stand behind the officer on the telephone taking notes, a fourth officer sits in the background with the radio, a round light/skylight with spokes ...
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Score: 100% Wall Map at 15 Dey Street, New York City, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.41955.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 3, 1932. Image of wall map at 15 Dey St., NYC. Visible in image: three men drawing lines on large mural on wall of office filled with desks with standing telephones at each seat. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Woman at Teletype Machine at 60 John Street, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41627.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 16, 1931. Image of woman at teletype machine at 60 John Street, New York City. Visible in image: side view of woman in suit skirt and top sitting at teletype machine typing.
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Score: 100% Interior of Glass Factory at Chin & Lee , 113 Bank Street, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41503.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 20, 1931. Image of interior of glass factory at Chin & Lee, 113 Bank St., NYC. Visible in image: women and men work on various stages of filling glass jars inside a factory, machine at end of assembly line presses the lids tight. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Teletype Room at Guarantee Trust Company at 140 Broadway, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41469.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 13, 1931. Image of teletype room at Guarantee Trust Company at 140 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: women sitting at long table typing on teletype machines, a conveyor belt runs down the center of the table, a male supervisor helps a typist at the other end of the room.
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Score: 100% Women at Teletype Machines at Credit Clearing House, AT&T, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41339.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 21, 1931. Image of women at teletype machines at Credit Clearing House at AT&T Co, New York City. Visible in image: view of same women from 1984.187.41338, except from other side, woman on end has white pleated collar and cuffs on her black dress, the three women are typing wire reports on teletype machines, other women work at their desks in the background, oak leaf rosettes on window ...
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Score: 100% Teletype Machines at Credit Clearing House, AT&T, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41338.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 21, 1931. Image of teletype machines at Credit Clearing House at AT&T, New York City. Visible in image: three women in black dresses with white collars of different designs sitting at teletype machines typing wire reports, window in front of them has rosette grillwork, empty desks in background.
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Score: 100% From 4th Floor of 46 Jay Street, Looking North, Brooklyn, New York, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41297.1
Image of view from 4th floor of 46 Jay St., looking north, Brooklyn, NY. Visible in image: view of East River and Manhattan from factory window at corner of Jay and Plymouth Streets looking down Jay Street to John Street and riverfront, brick factory buildings are seen on either side of the street, a pier at the end of the street juts into the East River, the tracks of the Jay Street Connecting Railroad curve along Jay and Plymouth Streets and continue out to pier, where a barge is tied up ...
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Score: 100% Fulton Street Taken 20' East of Gold Street Looking East, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41002.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 1, 1931. Image of Fulton Street taken 20 feet east of Gold Street looking east in New York City. / EGGS / BUTTER / COLONIAL / DESKS" and on right side of street: "HAIRCUT & SHAVE / 40¢ / 64 EINHORN'S 64 / LOWEST CUT RATE DRUG STORE / LUNCHEON / TEA ROOM and FOUNTAIN SERVICE / FULTON / SHOE / SHOP", sign on distant building: "DRUMMOND / BUREAU OF / PHOTOGRAPHY / MOVED TO / 47 FULTON ST. / MAY ...
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Score: 100% Cunard Building, View Looking South Along Broadway, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40950.1
Image of Cunard Building, looking south along Broadway, New York City. or the next building north with stone carvings of flames and scrolled columns looking across the street at five story building with "SCHRAFFT'S / THE / EDWARD / TAILORING / CO. / POORS", beside which is a tall building, the next building down is the Renaissance Revival style Cunard Building with flags flying out front, and round archways on ground floor, the next building down is the Hellenic Renaissance style Bowling ...
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Score: 100% Women Operators Reading Script at 24 Walker Street Switchboard, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40938.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 21, 1931. Image of women operators reading script at 24 Walker Street Switchboard, New York City. Visible in image: women in dresses stand in semi-circle holding pieces of paper wearing mouthpieces hung on straps around their necks, switchboards: "8219" to "8212" are in the background.
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Score: 100% Carte Schematique des Cables Telephoniques Internationaux, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40934.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 19, 1931. Image of Carte Schematique des Cables Telephoniques Internationaux, photo of map at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: map of western Europe, legend: "CARTE SCHEMATIQUE / DES CABLES TELEPHONIQUES INTERNTIONAUX / dresee d'apres des documents officials, par le / BUREAU INTERNATIONAL DE L'UNION TELEGRAPHIQUE / (BERNE) / Edition de 1931", with different dotted and ...
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Score: 100% Emigrant Industrial Bank Building, Chambers Street, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40863.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 24, 1931. Image of Emigrant Industrial Bank Building at Chambers St., New York City. Visible in image: top portion of limestone-faced skyscraper in a mix of the Art Nouveau and Beaux-Arts styles, view of two wings of the H-shaped plan, at bottom are two Roman/Grecian statues sitting on either side of medallion seal, roof decorated with large eagles over triangular pediments over seals with three ...
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Score: 100% Broad Exchange Building, 25 Broad St., New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40821.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 12, 1931. Image of Broad Exchange Building at 25 Broad Street, New York City. Visible in image: view of building from several stories up in another building, large columns around front entry, swags and scrolled columns on third floor, medallions over windows on fourth floor, swags over windows of sixteenth floor, 18th and 19th floors decorated with columns, semi-circle and triagular lintels and ...
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Score: 100% 2-4-6 Wall Street, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40776.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 28, 1931. Image of 2-4-6 Wall Street, New York City. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Corner of Broadway and Canal Streets, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40658.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 28, 1931. Image of corner of Broadway and Canal Streets, New York City, copy of photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: city block housing "HANAN & SON" shoe store, "205 / GOODYEAR'S / Rubber Goods / WITH BYERS PATENT / EPAULETTED VENTILATION", "LITHOGRAPHIC COMPANY", and "AMERICAN MACHINIST", the "25 BROADWAY 25" street car shares the road with horse and wagons, ...
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Score: 100% Standing Telephone at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40657.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 28, 1931. Image of standing telephone at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: standing telephone with center dial: "JERome", apparatus is attached to transmitter to hold receiver at ear height creating a one handed telephone.
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Score: 100% National Broadcasting Corporation Group on Tower of Presbyterian Hospital, 168th St. and Broadway, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40636.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 23, 1931. Image of National Broadcasting Corporation group on tower of Presbyterian Hospital, 168th and Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: four men wearing headphones looking up into the sky, the man in a military uniform holding binoculars in one hand, is pointing up with his other hand, two other men are holding microphones, one of which says: "NBC".
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Score: 100% Premises at 228 to 236 W 142 St., New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40217.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 21, 1931. Image of premises at 228 to 236 West 142nd St., New York City. Visible in image: block of brick apartment buildings with semi-circle friezes over the 2nd floor windows, scrolled lintels over the third story, keystone scrolls over the fourth and fifth stories, and swags and square borders under cornices on rooftop, "CLEANERS" on right edge of photograph.
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Score: 100% Premises at 114 to 122 East 91st St., New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40216.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 21, 1931. Image of premises at 114 to 122 East 91st St., New York City. Visible in image: brick apartment block with garage or stable with large door in front on building farthest to right, friezes over every window in the first apartment building and cornices, scrolls, and semi-circle medallions over the windows of the next two buildings, cars are parked on the street in front of buildings.
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Score: 100% Man on Telephone Pole Fixing Wires, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40171.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 13, 1931. Image of man on telephone pole fixing wires, copy of photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: man with climbing belt and crampons on his shoe hanging off telephone pole fixing a telephone wire, farmhouse on ground in background.
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Score: 100% Telephone Booth at 195 Broadway, New York City, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.40104.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 28, 1931. Image of telephone booth at 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: wood panelled telephone booth with slanted shelf and light on outside, stool and separated receiver and transmitter telephone inside, with hinged door and plaque: "TELEPHONE" over door.
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Score: 100% Maid Plugging in Standing Telephone as Mistress Holds Flowers, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39750.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 29, 1930. Image of maid plugging in standing telephone as her mistress holds flowers, copy of photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, 1930. Visible in image: maid wearing apron over her dress plugs a standing telephone into the wall socket behind a cabinet with lamp on top, a woman in skirt and jacket top holds a vase of flowers, scene set in living room of house, corner of chair and fireplace ...
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Score: 100% Pile Drivers at Work at Pier 34 Canal, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39701.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from cropped 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 16, 1930. Image of pile drivers at work on Pier 34 Canal in New York City. Visible in image: pile driver on barge is driving posts into water, men on a ramp work on posts already driven into the canal, Pier 34 is seen to the left with a building on the end.
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Score: 100% Female Telephone Operator, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39586.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 25, 1930. Image of female telephone operator, copy of retouched photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: close-up head shot of woman wearing headphones and mouth piece mounted to her chest.
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Score: 100% Operators at Teletype Machines at Gibson Art Company, 200 5th Ave., New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39504.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 11, 1930. Image of operators at teletype machines at Gibson Art Company, 200 5th Avenue, New York City. Visible in image: a man and a woman sit at teletypewriters with backs to camera inside an office with shelves of Valentine's Day Cards on display, standing telephone in corner, floor lamp and painting of millpond on wall to woman's left.
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Score: 100% New York City Skyline, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39479.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in late 1930. Image of New York City skyline. Visible in image: skyline of Southeastern Manhattan-City Bank Farmer's Trust Building under construction in center of photograph, 40 Wall Tower to the right with its pyramid roof and needle, and 120 Wall Street to the far right obscured by a tree- from Brooklyn Heights park with decorative acorn lamps and iron fencing (see 1984.187.39228 for similar view).
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Score: 100% Woman at Desk at 395 Hudson St., New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39440.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 24, 1930. Image of woman at desk at 395 Hudson Street, New York City. Visible in image: woman in marblized knit sweater sitting at a open card file sorting cards, a sheaf of papers and cards are to her left, screened wall in background.
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Score: 100% Woman with Standing Telephone at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39237.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 1, 1930. Image of woman with standing telephone at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: woman model from 1984.187.39235 in same outfit talking on standing telephone with receiver up to her ear, seated at desk, drapes in background.
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Score: 100% Woman with Telephone at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39235.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 1, 1930. Image of woman on telephone at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: woman in ruffled collar short sleeve blouse and lace bows on sleeves, pearls and skirt talking on dial telephone while sitting in chair, drapes in background.
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Score: 100% Workmen with their Lunchpails, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39078.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 10, 1930. Image of workmen with their lunch pails, copy of photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: group of men in three rows, the first row sitting on ground, the next row standing and the third standing on risers, lunchpails arranged in front of them, treeline, bridge and telephone poles in background.
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Score: 100% Sign on Marquee at Columbus Theatre, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38958.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 19, 1930. Image of sign on marquee at Columbus Theatre, 247-49 East 151st Street, New York City. Visible in image: marquee: "Columbus / OPEN TILL 1 AM / BEN LYON IN ALL / LUMMOX TALK / Western Electric / SOUND SYSTEM / THE / VOICE / OF / ACTION", paper icicles: "COOL", city streetscape in background.
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Score: 100% Columbia Broadcasting System WCCO, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38904.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 11, 1930. Image of Columbia Broadcasting System WCCO broadcaster, copy of photograph at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1930. Visible in image: man sitting under beach umbrella with pen or pipe in his mouth and large microphone "WCCO" sitting in front of him, his sound engineer is under a tent with "COLUMBIA / GRAY LABEL" phonograph tubes on table, wooden shack in background has sign: ...
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Score: 100% KSTP National Battery Station, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38903.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 11, 1930. Image of KSTP National Battery Station, copy of photograph at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: three men seated under an tent with the side rolled up, with radio microphone and "KSTP / NATIONAL BATTERY STATION" suitcases, cables and headsets, golf tournament in background.
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Score: 100% Fix Antenna at Mendham, NJ, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38810.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 30, 1930. Image of fix antenna at Mendham, NJ. Visible in image: truck with antenna attached to roof and staked to the ground, with a secondary tower off to the left, house under construction, hills and treeline in background, truck parked in a flowering field.
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Score: 100% Bell Telephone Laboratory Field Test at Mendham, NJ, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38809.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 30, 1930. Image of Bell Telephone Laboratory field test at Mendham, NJ. Visible in image: man wearing headphones adjusts knobs on portable electronic device hooked up to battery on wheelbarrow, another man sits on the wheelbarrow handles with book and measuring device, the men are in a field with house and tree line and telephone poles in background.
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Score: 100% Original Telephone Exchange Switch Board, AT&T Historical Room, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38485.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 20, 1930. Image of original telephone exchange switchboard in AT&T's Historical Room in New York City. Visible in image: four men posed, two of whom sit and hold the "ORIGINAL TELEPHONE EXCHANGE SWITCH BOARD / PROPERTY OF E.T. HOLMES / DESIGNED AND USED BY HIM IN THE / FIRST TELEPHONE EXCHANGE / BOSTON, MAY, 1877.",
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Score: 100% Radio Tower at Whippany, NJ, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38417.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 17, 1930. Image of radio tower at Whippany, NJ. Visible in image: radio tower in middle of flowering field with tree line in background, wire suspended between visible tower and one out of image, a string of wires is suspended from house in center of picture and horizontal wire overhead, seven circles, one of which is a wheel and the others are grids with x in center are suspended and connected ...
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Score: 100% Photo at Academy of Music, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38355.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 12, 1930. Image of Academy of Music audience. Visible in image: side view of back two rows of theater seats on a tier system, mixed audience of men and women wearing headphones with handheld volume controls.
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Score: 100% Audience at Academy of Music, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38353.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 12, 1930. Image of audience at Academy of Music. Visible in image: couples sit in upholstered theater seats wearing headphones, tapestry painting hung on marblized walls, curtain in background.
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Score: 100% Interior of First National Old Colony Corporation at 10 Broadway, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38295.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 4, 1930. Image of interior of First National Old Colony Corporation at 10 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: long table in foreground with male operators with headphones and mouthpieces taking down information, small box sized switchboards with dials sit in front of them, behind them is a counter of desks with signs on front: "PHILA / BALTO / WASHINGTON / BOSTON / CORP / HARTFORD / ...
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Score: 100% Office Interior, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38176.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 23, 1930. Image of office interior in New York City. Visible in image: group of women standing and sitting around two large tables on sawhorses filing certificates, a guard stands watch behind them, men and women sit at individual desks in background.
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Score: 100% Executives Indexed Map of United States at 250 W 57th St., New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38169.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 23, 1930. Image of Executives Indexed Map of the United States at 250 W 57th Street, New York City. Visible in image: "EXECUTIVES INDEXED MAP / OF THE / UNITED STATES / SOUTHERN CANADA /AND NORTHERN MEXICO"divided into regions and further divided into areas with pins and string.
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Score: 100% Advertisement for Long Distance Telephone Booth, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38030.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 8, 1930. Image of advertisement for long distance telephone booth, copy of drawing at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: drawing of long distance telephone booth with wood paneling, large glass windows with curtains, a round stool and desk with telephone, ad reads: "AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. / 18 CORTLANDT STREET / NEW YORK / NO.
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Score: 100% Moe Levy & Son Building at 173 Broadway, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37981.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 30, 1930. Image of Moe Levy & Son Building at 173 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: building on street corners, on first two floors is: "Moe Levy & Son / Everbody / knows / Moe Levy / & / Son" sign with light bulbs, on ground floor is: "Liggetts Drug Store", on third and fourth floor is: "BARTON MFG.
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Score: 100% Equipment at Kearny, NJ, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37918.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 17, 1930. Image of equipment at Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: man wearing headphones holding diagram on his lap while he touches a pen sensor to a circuit on a larger circuit holder inside a factory.
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Score: 100% Woman at Switchboard at 24 Walker St., New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37878.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 11, 1930. Image of woman at switchboard at 24 Walker St., New York City. Visible in image: woman in dress with zig-zag edged collar at switchboard "1526" is making a connection and her neighbor is laughing.
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Score: 100% Elementary Classroom at Bronxville, NY 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37758.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 20, 1930. Image of elementary classroom at Bronxville, NY. Visible in image: elementary school aged children in a classroom, half the group are painting and the other half are working on electrical circuits, the boys are dressed in knickers, knee-high socks and sweaters and the girls are wearing dresses, children's paintings of horses and ships are hung on the wall.
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Score: 100% Classroom Group at Bronxville, NY, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37757.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 20, 1930. Visible in image: group of 20 preschoolers or kindergardeners divided into groups, boys wear shorts, knee-high socks, ties and button-up shirts, the girls wear dresses, some are wearing smocks, a third of the group is building with wood, a third is painting figurines, and a third is writing, the walls are covered with pictures with captions, the board reads: "Work Period / Sheets- Joan ...
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Score: 100% Telephone Equipment at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37713.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 14, 1930. Image of telephone equipment at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: black dial telephone with center dial: "JERome / 4567".
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Score: 100% Aerial View of Amusement Park at Point Breeze, MD, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37253.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 23, 1930. Image of amusement park at Point Breeze, MD, copy of photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: aerial view of amusement park with roller coasters, fair pavalions, dock, parking lot and orchestra shell, caption reads: "AERIAL VIEW OF ORIGINAL POINT BREEZE SITE".
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Score: 100% Aerial View of Cable Plant and Insulated Wire Building, Point Breeze, MD, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37245.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 23, 1920. Image of Cable Plant and Insulated Wire Building at Point Breeze, MD, copy of photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: caption reads: "AERIAL VIEW OF POINT BREEZE-SHOWING / CABLE PLANT AND INSULATED WIRE BUILDING / CURTISS-WRIGHT FLYING SERVICES-Photo Div.
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Score: 100% Telephone Equipment at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36848.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 11, 1929. Image of telephone equipment at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, in New York City. Visible in image: portable telephone-dial with wrist strap connected by wire to clips and to mouthpiece and headphones.
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Score: 100% Interior of Plane at Hadley Field, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36832.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 9, 1929. Image of interior of plane at Hadley Field, in South Plainfield, NJ. Visible in image: view from aisle of first row of seats and cockpit of airplane, chairs have oval backs, situated one on either side of aisle, men sit in both seats, cockpit is open with two cabinets behind pilot and co-pilot, one of whom is talking into radio, gear shift is between them.
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Score: 100% Lift Bridge over Raritan Canal in Trenton, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36799.1
Matted and cropped 8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 3, 1929. Image of lift bridge over Raritan Canal in Trenton, NJ. Visible in image: lift bridge that ascends as a whole up via a pulley system, sign on side reads: "22FICL", warehouse on one side of bridge: "STORAGE WAREHOUSE", train runs under other side on shoreline, river iced over, snow on banks, cityscape of Trenton in background.
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Score: 100% Party on 6th Floor at 40 Worth St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36768.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 27, 1929. Image of party on 6th Floor at 40 Worth St., New York City. Visible in image: packed room with six tables of men and women wearing paper cone hats with ribbons around brim, dressed up in three piece suits and dresses with jewelry, candies, cookies and nuts set out on table, many have already finished their sandwiches wrapped in plastic.
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Score: 100% Thanksgiving Party at 24 Walker St., 10th Floor, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36751.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 27, 1929. Image of Thanksgiving party at 24 Walker St., 10th Floor, New York. Visible in image: group of women at Thanksgiving party, half are seated in wicker and wooden furniture, the other half are standing around table set with turkey tableclothes, baskets of food, and floral/greenery arrangements, branches decorate prints on wall, lamps and fan decorated with Halloween black crepe paper ...
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Score: 100% Advertisement for Machine Posting of Stock Records, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36708.1
Image of advertisement for machine posting of stock records, copy of photograph taken at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: collage of woman entering data by hand, a longhand form, a woman entering data on typewriter and a typewritten form, caption reads: "MACHINE POSTING OF STOCK RECORDS / VS / LONGHAND POSTING / OLD METHOD / (LONGHAND POSTING) / THE OLD RECORDS / NEW METHOD / (MACHINE POSTING) / THE NEW RECORDS / ANNUAL SAVINGS $57,000 / BASED ON: / GREATER SPEED /...
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Score: 100% Artist at 250 Hudson St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36705.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 25, 1929. Image of artist at 250 Hudson St., New York City. Visible in image: man sitting at artist's table with pneumonic powered device in his hand connected by tubing to machinery, watercolors and inks to his right, cityscape out the large window to his left.
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Score: 100% Flat Files at 250 Hudson St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36704.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 25, 1929. Image of flat files at 250 Hudson St., New York City. Visible in image: five women searching for files in basement storage room of flat file shelves and rolled paper slots, stools set up for them to stand on to reach top shelves, table in center set up with rolls of paper and drawer underneath.
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Score: 100% Man Talking on Telephone aboard S/S LEVIATHAN, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36655.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 20, 1929. Image of man talking on standing telephone aboard 950' Blohm & Voss ocean liner LEVIATHAN (built 1914 in Hamburg, Germany). Visible in image: man sitting in his cabin talking on standing telephone, print of "S S LEVIATHAN / The World's Greatest Ship" on the wall, ashtray stand and small shelf with lamp to man's right, patterned carpet on floor.
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Score: 100% Demonstration at Engineering Society, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36522.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 8, 1929. Image of demonstration at Engineering Society, New York City. Visible in image: three men in three piece suits doing a demonstration, one man holds a wire and pick in one hand and points at the middle man's ear with his other hand, the third man adjusts the dial on the electronic box behind him, which has gauges, dials, sockets and light bulbs, cabinet on end has a crank, a standing ...
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Score: 100% Man by Speaker at Engineering Society, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36521.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 8, 1929. Image of man by speaker at Engineering Society in New York City. Visible in image: man in three piece suit holding earpiece to his ear, standing in front of large speaker about 4 feet tall on table, plant and stage in background.
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Score: 100% Shower Group at 55 Franklin St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36425.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 24, 1929. Image of shower group at 55 Franklin St., New York City. Visible in image: three rows of women, seated in the front row, standing in second and on risers in back row, many of the women are holding shower gifts, good example of women's fashion of late 1920s.
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Score: 100% Radio Towers, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36285.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 9, 1929. Image of radio towers, copy of photograph taken at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: aerial view of two rows of radio tower perpedicular to each other, building in corner, pasture with tree lines and groves of trees, caption: "FAIRCHILE AERIAL SURVEYS INC. N.Y.C.".. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Customer Service, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36205.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 2, 1929. Image of customer service desks, touched-up copy of photograph taken at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: set of 7 wood-panelled desks with "MR. O'HEA / MR. WOLFF / MR. HULSE / MR. REEL / MR. VAN HORNE" name placards, four men sitting at desks, three of whom are helping female and male customers, office located in marblized tile and painted walled room with ...
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Score: 100% Chaloner Theatre Ticket Marquee, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36160.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 24, 1929. Image of Chaloner Theatre Ticket Marquee, New York City. poster: "Chaloner / Theatre / Admission / 10¢ / Smoking / Permitted / In Balcony", movie posters for "Sunday & Monday / Marguerite / CHURCHILL / PLEASURE CRAZED" and " Saturday "THE FALL OF EVE / Patsey Ruth MILLER".
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Score: 100% Chaloner Theatre, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36159.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 24, 1929. Image of Chaloner Theatre in New York City. Visible in image: lobby of movie theater with posters for "Marguerite CHURCHILL / "PLEASURE CRAZED" / 100% TALKIE / Sunday / Monday / Sept 99'30", "Patsy Ruth / MILLER / THE FALL OF / EVE / ALL / TALKIE", and "ALIBI" Western Electric Sound System display booth with two men talking.
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Score: 100% Telephone Poles Along Country Road, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36127.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 18, 1929. Image of telephone poles along a country road, copy of photograph taken at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: country road with telephone poles running beside it, snow dusting on side of road, pasture with row of trees to left behind fence, three houses to the right of the road, fence in foreground.
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Score: 100% Man on Platform Fixing Telephone Wires, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36056.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 5, 1929. Image of man on platform fixing telephone wires, copy of photograph taken at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: man in overalls and striped shirt on wooden platform looped around telephone cables, his tools are in a bag attached to the wire, the piece of cable he is working on is frayed, tree and house in background.
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Score: 100% Man Fixing Telephone Pole, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36055.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 5, 1929. Image of man fixing telephone pole, copy of photograph taken at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: man with climbing strap hanging off telephone pole fixing telephone wire while smoking his pipe, other telephone poles in distance along dirt road through hilly pastureland with trees and fences between properties.
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Score: 100% Shower Group at 24 Walker St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35904.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 8, 1929. Image of shower group at 24 Walker St., New York City. Visible in image: group of 10 women, half sitting on floor, the other half on a couch, wedding shower/ household gifts on display, room has bookshelves and paintings on walls.
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Score: 100% Copy of Drawing of Switchboard, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35876.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 7, 1929. Image of drawing of switchboard at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: line drawing of female switchboard operators with male supervisor on telephone, caption reads: "This free hand lead pencil sketch was drawn in the / year of 1882 by Julius A. Rida, showing a Southern / New England Telephone Company switch board then / in operation.
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Score: 100% Storage Compartments at 395 Hudson St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35855.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 2, 1929. Image of storage compartments at 395 Hudson St., New York City. Visible in image: large corregated metal storage sheds inside a basement, electrical wires run along ceiling, each compartment labeled: "20 TRIPLE BRIDLE / 22 TRIPLE O.G. / 22 O.G. PAIR / 465 BARE COPPER", man loading pallet with large bags of material, pallet on a wheeled dolly, casks in corner.
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Score: 100% Cafeteria Worker at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35805.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 25, 1929. Image of cafeteria worker at Western Electric plant, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman in handkerchief and uniform handing tray of sandwich fixings, melon and glass bottle of milk to a customer, shelves of cake, fruit, biscuits, and milk to her left.
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Score: 100% Men Working on Circuit Boards, Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35767.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 24, 1929. Image of men working on circuit boards at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: two boys assembling circuit boards inside large factory room.
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Score: 100% Tall Building, 1020
Accession Number: 1984.187.35587.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 10, 1929. Visible in image: six tiered building with Gothic keyhole windows and spires at the top of each tier, the building has two parallel abutments on the back with three tiers and a side abutment with three tiers not level with the back tiers. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Tall Office Building, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35586.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 10, 1929. Image of tall office building. Visible in image: 19 story brick building with three tiers that taper in, street facade has art deco carvings around entrance and pillars with carved statues of men and women at top, building has ridges between windows with carved medallions at top of each ridge on roof, statue of horse and dismounted man across the street.
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Score: 100% Office Interior, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35546.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 3, 1929. Image of office interior in New York City. Visible in image: large office space iwth desks of men and women typing, filling out forms, and sorting, a row of file cabinets to right, standing telephones scattered throughout office.
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Score: 100% Telephone Advertisement Page from Book at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35523.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 2, 1929. Image of telephone advertisement page from book at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: advertisement with line drawing of wall telephone with "MAIN LINE / GROUND WIRE / BATTERY BOX" with following caption: "STANDARD MAGNETO BELL (Closed).
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Score: 100% Interior of Dining Car on Train, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35489.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 25, 1929. Image of interior of dining car on train. Visible in image: men and women sitting at tables with white tablecloths, leather seated chairs, full service of silverware, cream and sugar silver and decanters, served by Blacks in white livery three piece suits, car set up with hat racks, mahogany panelling and dome lights.
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Score: 100% Girls at Engine of Train, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35486.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 25, 1929. Visible in image: three women standing on top of cowcatcher on front of train: "THE BLUE COMET / 833", while four other women and a conducter look on, train is inside station, women are dressed in mink stoles, 1920s era dresses and cloche hats. Handwritten on verso: "35486 / BOX 1944 / WEST ELEC 6/25/29". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Woman on Telephone in Observation Car, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35482.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 25, 1929. Image of woman on telephone in observation car. Visible in image: woman in 1920s fashion-skirt and sleeveless top with cloche hat on telephone inside observation car, in background outside on observation deck is the conductor and group of ladies, "New / Jersey / Central" is set in tiles, taken inside station.
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Score: 100% Girls in Observation Train, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35481.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 25, 1929. Image of girls on observation train. Visible in image: group of women dressed in mink stoles, dresses and hats on observation desk on back of "NEW JERSEY CENTRAL / BLUE COMET" train inside the station eating chocolates out of a box.
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Score: 100% Line Drawing of Automatic Regulator, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35476.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 24, 1929. Image of line drawing of automatic regulator. Visible in image: line drawing of doctor taking a patient's temperature over which is a telephone line with a thermometer smiling as the "AUTOMATIC REGULATOR" stick figure holding a suit case: "L.D. / CIRCUIT / ESQ."
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Score: 100% Office Interior at Western Electric Plant, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35354.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 12, 1929. Image of office interior at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: large room with male and female office workers typing, filling out forms, and reading manuals, front table has "Ediphone" tubes lined up.
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Score: 100% Office interior at First National Company of Boston, Massachusetts, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35351.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 12, 1929. Image of office interior at First National Company of Boston, Massachusetts. Visible in image: row of desks: "PHILA /BALTO / CLEVE/PITTS / BOSTON/BANK / CHICAGO/ST. LOUIS" with men sitting at each desk typing on typewriters, two men sit at desks behind front row.
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Score: 100% Cable Presses at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35350.1
Cables are dried in / vacuum ovens and held in storage ovens / for sheathing. Vacuum / ovens 40 ft. long, 7 1/2 ft. diameter. / Vacuum Oven conditions- 270° F 1"-2" / abs. 10% Relative Humidity for Loop / Cable", other insert of "SECTION OF DIE BLOCK" showing how cable is covered, picture of men feeding cable from vacuum ovens onto cable reels.
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Score: 100% Electrical Units at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35272.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 31, 1929. Image of electrical units at Western Electric in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: men working on large units of wires and circuits, they are either standing or sitting on wooden blocks to access the portions on which they are working.
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Score: 100% Switchboard Operators at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35271.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 31, 1929. Image of switchboard operators at Western Electric in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: row of female telephone operators sitting on high stools at switchboards "1" to "11" with backs to camera, two supervisors look over their shoulders.
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Score: 100% Dancing Girls at Western Electric, 12 Van Dam Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35227.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 27, 1929. Image of dancing girls at Western Electric, 12 Van Dam St., New York City. Visible in image: three girls in Hawaiian hula skirts, leis, tank tops with floral straps and anklets, two are playing ukuleles, the third is dancing, the girls are in a room with wicker furniture, a lamp and print hanging on wall.
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Score: 100% Men Talking on Standing Telephones Plugged into Sockets on Street Lamp, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35204.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 27, 1929. Image of men talking on standing telephones plugged into sockets on street lamp. Visible in image:three men stand on street talking on standing telephones that appear to be connected to a control box on a street lamp, which has a ladder propped against it, other men look on, cars are parked on the street and crowds are on the opposite side of the street walking past houses in the ...
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Score: 100% Mother's Day in Rest Room at 24 Walker Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35124.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 16, 1929. Image of Mother's Day party in Rest Room at 24 Walker St., New York City. Visible in image: women seated in wicker or upholstered chairs, except for those serving tea or without a seat and children seated in a row on the carpet in large room with paintings on the wall.
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Score: 100% Mother's Day in Rest Room at 24 Walker St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35121.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 15, 1929. Image of Mother's Day party in Rest Room at 24 Walker St., New York City. Visible in image: room full of mothers seated in wooden and upholstered chairs or standing to serve others, row of children seated on floor, room is large with paintings on the wall, large draped windows and floral carpet.
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Score: 100% Interior of X-Ray Chair Room at American Telephone & Telegraph, 195 Broadway, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35086.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 14, 1929. Image of interior of x-ray chair room at American Telephone & Telegraph Company at 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: x-ray cabinet with x-ray tube on adjustable arm behind a chair with headrest, room has hexagon floor tiles and white walls, x-ray technician's booth in corner of room.
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Score: 100% Interior of X-Ray Room at American Telephone & Telegraph, 195 Broadway, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35084.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 14, 1929. Image of interior of x-ray room at American Telephone & Telegraph Company at 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: examination table with pillow and lead crucibles by head, the x-ray mount runs vertically on a post which runs horizontally on rails on the side of the exam table and pulleys on the ceiling, glass tubes on a wall rack, "WAPPLER" metal screen in middle of floor.
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Score: 100% Interior of Lab at American Telephone & Telegraph, 195 Broadway, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35082.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 14, 1929. Image of interior of lab at American Telephone & Telegraph Company, 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: laboratory room with hexagon tiles and white walls, two desks in center of room, cabinets and counters with stools along wall with windows, shelves of chemicals, glassware and books along other wall.
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Score: 100% Red Cross Nurses at 24 Walker Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35042.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 9, 1929. Image of Red Cross nurses at 24 Walker St., New York City. Visible in image: four rows of nurses wearing white head scarves with red crosses and street clothes sitting in chairs, two men sit at the front of the room by the piano, meeting in large room with wood panelled floors and decorative columns and lighting.
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Score: 100% Group of Women at 55 Franklin St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35009.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 7, 1929. Image of group of women at 55 Franklin St., New York City. Visible in image: group of women arranged in three rows: sitting on floor, sitting on chairs, standing, holding household gifts in a ballroom.
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Score: 100% Mr. Abbott at Park Central Hotel, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35008.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 8, 1929. Image of Mr. Abbott at Park Central Hotel in New York City. Visible in image: man in suit and bow tie sitting with legs up on striped couch on a patio on the roof of a building, a woman stands behind the couch by patio wall, city skyline in background, two plants sit on patio wall.
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Score: 100% Printers at American Telephone & Telegraph, 195 Broadway, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35003.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 7, 1929. Image of printers at American Telephone & Telegraph Company, 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: six platen printing presses set up in room with men feeding paper into presses, a long table in center of room has reems of paper, which men are sorting or editing.
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Score: 100% Central Office at 24 Walker Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34968.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 1, 1929. Image of central office at 24 Walker Street, New York City. Visible in image: row of switchboards with female operators seated at them, teletype machine on end, female supervisors stand behind operators, fans hang from ceiling.
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Score: 100% Butcher at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34962.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 1, 1929. Image of butcher at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: image all black except for spotlight on butcher cutting a piece of meat off the bone on a butcher's block, another leg of meat is to his side.
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Score: 100% Exterior of Foxhall, Woodmere, Long Island, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34952.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 30, 1929. Image of exterior of Foxhall, on Woodmere, Long Island. Visible in image: exterior of two story house with three dormer windows, door and downstairs windows have fanlights over them, front garden has circular path around a marble wishing well/fountain with cherubs carved into base, four statues of cherubs sit on either side of the cross path, irises and shrubbery complete the garden ...
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Score: 100% Girl at Machine, Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34934.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 26, 1929. Image of girl at machine at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: women in lab coat soldering a battery with soldering iron, other tools arranged beside her, other people in background.
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Score: 100% Battery Manufacturing, Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34931.1
Cropped 8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 26, 1929. Image of battery manufacturing at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: rows of tables of men and women working on batteries inside a factory, large windows in background, upper parts open.
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Score: 100% Teletype Machine at American Telephone & Telegraph, 15 Dey St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34888.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 23, 1929. Image of teletype machine at American Telephone & Telegraph Company, 15 Dey St., New York City. Visible in image: two men speaking, one man (the same one in 1984.187.34887) sits with teletype in his hands while the other stands with his hand on the teletype.
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Score: 100% Teletypists at American Telephone & Telegraph, 15 Dey St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34887.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 23, 1929. Image of teletypists at American Telephone & Telegraph Co., 15 Dey Street, New York City. Visible in image: supervisor checking teletype while young man sets the teletype on sheets of paper as it is spit out of teletype machine, print of "WEAVERS OF SPEECH" showing switchboard operator holding telephone wires between telephone poles and buildings on wall.
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Score: 100% Telephone Booth, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34813.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 17, 1929. Visible in image: wood-paneled telephone booth with door closed, similar to one in 1984.187.34800, slanted shelf attached to outside with lamp fixture above. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Telephone Booth at Turner Armour Corporation, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34800.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 13, 1929. Image of telephone booth at Turner Armour Corporation. Visible in image: wood paneled telephone booth with seat and light in ceiling, wooden shelf attached to side at a slant, inside has keystone design on metal and marblized floor.
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Score: 100% Interior of National Laundry Company at 5th Ave. & 141st St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34786.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 12, 1929. Image of interior of National Laundry Company at 5th Ave. & 141st St., New York CIty. Visible in image: women working at the National Laundry Co. in the factory pressing clothes.
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Score: 100% Exterior of National Laundry Company at 5th Ave. & 141 St., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34785.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 12, 1929. Image of exterior of National Laundry Company at 5th Ave. & 141st St., New York City. Visible in image: rainy day picture of "NATIONAL LAUNDRY / NATIONAL FAMILY LAVNDRY SERVICE CORP" building, two stories, white painted, large windows with exposed brick underneath, diamonds patterns set into exposed bricks.
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Score: 100% Switchboard at 395 Hudson Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34768.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 9, 1929. Image of switchboard at 395 Hudson Street, New York City. Visible in image: switchboard in a box: standing telephone, volt meter gauge, switches, knobs for transmitting, sockets for "MILLIAMETER / REC.CK. STD" in box: "3230-1" whose lid hinges back to expose switchboard.
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Score: 100% Girls at Soldering Machines at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34763.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 8, 1929. Image of girls at soldering machines at Western Electric plant, Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: women working at a Western Electric factory soldering cables at large soldering machines, interior view of a large factory room with many machines and women.
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Score: 100% Model with Telegraph Printer at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34740.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 5, 1929. Image of model with telegraph printer at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: close-up shot of two hands, one presses down with a metal half disc on end of telegraph paper as the other holds a pencil and reel that the telegraph paper slides through, the telegraph paper is being laid down on a telegram sheet, the telegram reads: "CHA1 31 CHICAGO ILLS 21 / R H BROWN=...
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Score: 100% Girl at Switchboard, Bell Telephone Laboratories, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34730.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 4, 1929. Image of girl at switchboard, Bell Telephone Laboratories, New York City. Visible in image: woman in polkadot and striped pleated skirt and top wearing operator's headset with speaking horn seated at desk with box switchboard and standing telephone, teletype machine to her left.
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Score: 100% Mechanic under Western Electric Truck, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34714.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from cropped 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 4, 1929. Image of mechanic underneath a Western Electric truck at Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: grinning man with wrench in hand lying on his back underneath a "Western Electric / Company / KEARNY, N.J. / 15" truck, cropped view of cab.
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Score: 100% Western Electric Blue Print Department, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34713.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1929. Image of Western Electric Blue Print Department in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman in floral jacket writes on blue print on large table as a male supervisor walks away.
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Score: 100% Western Electric Printers, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34712.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1929. Image of Western Electric printers at Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: man rolling paper out on crank roller, tubes of paper are under his table, and sheafs of paper are folded in piles on top of the table beside him, behind him another man is working at a bank of machines, light shines through the large windows beside them.
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Score: 100% Western Electric Printing Shop Interior, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34711.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 2005. Image of Western Electric Printing Shop interior at Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: row of women sitting at raised counter shuffling paper work, printing presses in front of them, men at workin corner with long sheets of paper.
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Score: 100% Telephone Apparatus at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34650.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on . Visible in image: hanging wall telephone painted metallic, center of dial: "TO CALL / TOLL OPERATOR / DIAL 211 / LIBerty /0025 / See Telephone Directory for / other information". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Train cars with Lyon Runabout engines, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34628.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 26, 1929. Visible in image: "NEW YORK / CENTRAL / LINES" railroad cars on tracks with overhead electrical wires, signs on cars read: "Carload. 200 H.P. Sterlong Petrel Engines for Howard W. Lyon, Inc. to be used in Sea-Lyon, Model 45 Runabouts".
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Score: 100% Refrigerator Car at Linde Storage Company, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34245.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 21, 1929. Image of refrigerator car at Linde Storage Company in New York City. Visible in image: large brick building taking up a whole street block: "LINDES 5 STORE", railcar parked on street, horse and wagons in front of building, men working on corner, other buildings in background, decorative street lamps on opposite street corners.
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Score: 100% Center Unit Frame at New Telephone Building, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34244.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 21, 1929. Image of center unit frame at new telephone building in New York City. Visible in image: man in three piece suit standing in front of row of electrical/mechanical equipment, whose doors are open.
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Score: 100% Woman Talking on Telephone While Looking Up Telephone Numbers, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34243.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 20, 1929. Image of woman talking on telephone while looking up telephone numbers. Visible in image: woman from previous negative wearing pleated dress and floral scarf seated at side table talking on telephone while she points to a number in the phone book, print hanging on wall, fireplace in background with candlesticks atop the mantle.
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Score: 100% Woman Looking Up Telephone Numbers, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34242.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 20, 1929. Image of woman looking up telephone numbers. Visible in image: woman in pleated dress and floral scarf sitting at desk in her living room pointing to a business in the yellow pages with one hand and holding a pencil in the other, standing telephone, bell, letter opener and stamp on desk, prints hanging on wall.
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Score: 100% Man Sitting in Den Holding Telephone, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34173.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 13, 1929. Image of man sitting in den holding telephone. Visible in image: man wearing a smoking jacket over his suit pants and vest sitting in a wingback chair holding a pipe in one hand and resting the other on the receiver of the telephone while a newspaper is spread across his lap, phonebook, telephone, Rockingham ceramic tobacco jar and dog figurine on side table with turned legs and drawer,...
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Score: 100% Trucks Lined Up for Mass Shipment at Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34167.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 12, 1929. Image of trucks lined up for mass shipment at Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: three trucks lined up outside building by train tracks being loaded with Western Electric boxes, middle truck reads: "NEW JERSEY / ...
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Score: 100% Telephone Apparatus, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34133.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 6, 1929. Visible in image: exposed telephone apparatus: wooden ends with felted v platform, dial: "BARclay / 1234" in center built into cross bar, bell behind crossbar, receiver laying off to side. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Woman Kneeling to Plug Telephone into Wall, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34115.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 4, 1929. Image of woman kneeling to plug telephone into wall. Visible in image: women wearing silky long-sleeve black dress with matte sleeves and collar, wearing brooch and floral beaded necklace, kneeling on floor holding a standing telephone in one hand and plugging it in with the other, side table with doily and flower arrangement to the left of the image, same woman as in previous 5 ...
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Score: 100% Maid Plugging Standing Telephone into Wall, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34113.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 4, 1929. Image of maid plugging a standing telephone into the wall. Visible in image: woman in French maid's outfit: black dress with white apron and headband plugging a standing telephone she has in her hand into a wall socket, side table with doily and flower arrangement to the left of the image.
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Score: 100% Maid Standing to Plug Telephone into Wall, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34111.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 4, 1929. Image of maid standing to plug telephone into wall. Visible in image: woman in French maid's uniform: black dress with white apron and headband holding a telephone in one hand and plugging it in with the other, side table with doily and flowers to the left of the image.
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Score: 100% Maid Kneeling to Plug Telephone into Wall, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34110.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 4, 1929. Image of maid kneeling to plug telephone into the wall. Visible in image: woman in French maid's outfit: black dress with white apron and hat- kneeling on floor looking at camera as she plugs the phone into the wall, side table with turned legs and flower arrangement and doily on top.
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Score: 100% Teletype Machine at S W Strauss & Company, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34087.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 27, 1929. Image of teletype machine at S W Strauss & Company in New York City. Visible in image: woman in sweater and skirt sitting with back to camera typing on teletype machine at desk in marble-walled office.
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Score: 100% Laboratory Classroom at 40 Worth Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34072.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 25, 1929. Image of laboratory classroom at 40 Worth Street, New York City. Visible in image: group of six men in three piece suits huddled around a laboratory table looking at and assembling various pieces of electrical equipment, half are perched on stools, the others are standing.
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Score: 100% Classroom Group at 40 Worth Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34071.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 25, 1929. Image of classroom group at 40 Worth Street, New York City. Visible in image: four rows of men in three piece suits seated five across in chairs with desk arms taking notes as the instructor at the front of the room points to a diagram on the blackboard.
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Score: 100% Classroom at 40 Worth Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34070.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 25, 1929. Image of classroom at 40 Worth Street, New York City. Visible in image: five rows of tables seating four men with individual telegraph receivers in triangular boxes on stand and transmitter buttons, teacher stands in back of room.
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Score: 100% Empty Office Interior of First National Company of Boston, Mass., 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34044.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 19, 1929. Image of empty office interior of First National Company of Boston, Massachusetts. Visible in image: empty office full of desks with typewriters, swivel chairs, and standing telephones.
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Score: 100% Office Interior Desks at First National Company of Boston, MA, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34043.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 19, 1929. Image of office interior desks at First National Company of Boston, Massachusetts. Visible in image: row of desks to left, tables to right, column in center of room, men seated at various desks at work.
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Score: 100% Office Interior Work Desks at First National Company of Boston, MA, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34042.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 19, 1929. Image of office interior work desks at First National Company of Boston, Massachusetts. Visible in image: row of desks from previous photograph in background, large work desks in foreground, seats for 5 per table, men and women at work on typewriters, filling out forms with pens, and delivering messages.
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Score: 100% Office Interior at First National Company of Boston, MA, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34041.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 19, 1929. Image of office interior at First National Company of Boston, Massachusetts. Visible in image: row of desks: "WESTERN / UNION/ PHILA /BALTO / CLEVE/PITTS / BOSTON/BANK / CHICAGO/ST. LOUIS" with men sitting at each desk typing on typewriters, two men sit at desks behind front row.
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Score: 100% Alexander Graham Bell Inaugurating Service Between New York and Chicago as Group Watches, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34040.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety copy negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 19, 1929. Image of Alexander Graham Bell inaugurating service between New York and Chicago as group watches. Visible in image: Alexander Graham Bell sits in chair at desk with standing telephone speaking into the mouthpiece, John J. Carty's head appears between AT& T president John E. Hudson and vice president Edward J. Hall standing directly behind Bell, dried flowers tied around pillar,...
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Score: 100% Railroad Derrick Lifting Cable Reel at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34031.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 18, 1929. Image of railroad derrick lifting cable reel at Western Electric in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: derrick; "INDUSTRIAL BROWNHOIST" on railroad platform car lifting "Western Electric" cable reel from field of cable reels as a man standing atop another reel guides it, factory in distance, superstructure of building under construction in background.
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Score: 100% Telephone Instrument and Pad at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34023.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 18, 1929. Image of telephone instrument and pad at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio in New York City. Visible in image: standing telephone "323 / WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY" with attached pad of paper: "M. BRACHFELD / PHONES PARK / 741-788 / HARRISON GROCERY / MEATS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES / HARRISON, N.Y.". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Office Interior of Kupfer Bros. Co., New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34005.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 14, 1929. Image of office interior of Kupfer Brothers Company of New York City. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "34005 BOX 1897 / OFFICE INTERIOR / AT+T / 2/14/29". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.34005.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 332040 m332040-t.jpg Office Interior of Kupfer Bros.
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Score: 100% Phonograph, Millburn, NJ 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33984.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 11, 1929. Image of phonograph at Millburn, NJ. Visible in image: phonograph on side table with two drawers, phonograph plugged into wall, steam pipes painted silver.
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Score: 100% Classroom, Millburn, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33982.2
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 11, 1929. Interior view of an elementary level classroom in Millburn, New Jersey. Student desks possibly turned for photograph, bulletin boards in back appear to have geographical maps made by students, one board reads "GIRLS BULLETIN BOARD".
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Score: 100% Classroom, Millburn, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33981.2
View of a classroom full of young students in Millburn, New Jersey. The students appear to be learning to read, as the window is labeled "WINDOW" and pictures on near the chalkboard are also word labeled. Handwritten on back: "33981 Box 1896 / Classroom-Millburn, NJ / West Elec 2/11/29". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Fire Department, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33937.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 6, 1929. Visible in image: two rows of men, one sitting, one standing, wearing double-breasted knee-length coats with badges on their lapels, holding their fire helmets on their laps if they are sitting and on arm if they are standing, helmuts read: "CAMBRIDGE / 1" and the men's initials, they are outside a brick building with double doors. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Radio Station at Netcong, NJ 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33903.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 1, 1929. Image of radio station at Netcong, NJ. Visible in image: line of telephone poles and towers connected back to a house on the edge of a hilly pasture with woods in background, snow is on the ground.
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Score: 100% Office Interior at Amalgamated Silk Company, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33880.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 29, 1929. Image of office interior of Amalgamated Silk Company in New York City. Visible in image: view of woman in sweater and skirt set and beaded necklace with back to camera typing on teletype machine, with her notes on attached clipboard, floral prints hanging on wall, another teletype machine and standing telephone to the woman's left.
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Score: 100% Office Interior at The Babcock & Wilcox Company, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33879.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 29, 1929. Image of office interior of the Babcock & Wilcox Company in New York City. Visible in image: side view of woman wearing black dress and pearls typing on teletype machine, another typewriter is to her left, print of woman wearing widebrim hat with ringlets and flowers hanging on wall, paper stacked in trays.
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Score: 100% Office Interior at Cannon Mills, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33878.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 29, 1929. Image of office interior at Cannon Mills, New York City. Visible in image: woman wearing a black dress and necklace with back to camera typing on teletype machine in office with two teletype machines, towels with geometric designers, doves, flamingoes, whales, and monkeys in fruit trees hang over windows, advertisements for "CANNON TOWELS" hang on wall.
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Score: 100% Office Interior at Cone Export & Commission Company, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33874.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 29, 1929. Image of office interior at Cone Export & Commission Company in New York City. Visible in image: woman wearing a polka dot dress sits with back to camera typing on teletype machine with her notes on an attached clipboard, a standing telephone sits on a middle desk, with another atop the clock and tiny switchboard.
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Score: 100% Man Driving Western Electric Truck, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33861.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 28, 1929. Image of man driving Western Electric Truck at Kearny, NJ plant. Visible in image: man in suit jacket and tie and hat sitting in driver's seat of truck inside a plant near wall of windows, sign on window of truck reads: "NO RIDERS" and license plate reads: "NJ-1923 / D1870-8". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Woman at Cable Machine, Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33856.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 28, 1929. Image of woman at cable machine at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: woman wearing floral lab coat over her silk blouse and skirt, and necklace holding a fistfull of wires, working at machine that stretches out wires on ends of cloth-tubed wires.
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Score: 100% Woman at Winding Machine, Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33855.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 28, 1929. Image of woman at winding machine at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.”. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Dinner Group at Walker Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33705.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 21, 1929. Image of dinner group at the AT&T Building at 24 Walker Street, New York City. Visible in image: group of women in various late 1920s fashion attire of skirts, dresses, blazers with two men in three piece suits, seated around a long dinner table, with chairs pulled out, set with fruit salad cups on bread plates and coffee cups on saucers on paper napkins spread out as placemats, ...
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Score: 100% Classroom Group at 680 Fairview Avenue, Ridgewood, Brooklyn, NY, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33527.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 16, 1929. Image of classroom group at 680 Fairview Avenue, Ridgewood, Brooklyn, NY. Visible in image: classroom of men in suits and ties sitting at slanted desks in slatback chairs with large sheets of paper in front of them as instructor stands in front of room with board with diagrams and sheets of paper.
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Score: 100% Weighing Two Tons of Lead, Kearny, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33497.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 14, 1929. Image of man weighing two tonds of lead. Visible in image: man in coveralls and newsboy cap facing a "TOLEDO / NO SPRINGS" scale as power lift holds lead bricks inside a factory.
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Score: 100% Copy of Painting of Snow Scene-"Spirit of Service", 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33484.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 6.25x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 11, 1929. Image of copy of painting of snow scene-"Spirit of Service". Visible in image: painting of man on snowshoes wearing safety harness saluting as snowstorm blows, telephone poles and wire, trees and a train can be seen through the snow.
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Score: 100% Men in Classroom, Western Electric Co, E. 28th Street, New York City, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33473.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 9, 1929. Image of men in classroom at Western Elecric Company on East 28th Street, New York City. Visible in image: group of men sitting in chairs in suits and ties as instructor stands in front of room in three piece suit using a pointer to highlight points on a wiring diagram, blueprints of more diagrams lay on a table, as well as pieces of apparatus, poster on wall reads: "REASON IS THE ...
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Score: 100% Machine Switching Apparatus at Algonquin Central Office, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33456.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 7, 1929. Image of machine switching apparatus at Algonquin Central Office at 13th Street and 2nd Avenue in New York City. Visible in image: man standing in vest, tie, and flashlight attached to his belt looking at row of machines with buttons, coils, wiring and switches for: "SUB.SDR./ & INC. / TST". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Woman Sorting Cables at Western Electric Co., 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33207.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 30, 1928. Image of woman sorting cables at Western Electric Company plant in Kearny, NJ. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "33207 BOX 1864 / WEST ELEC / 11/30/28". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Voice Frequency Carrier Telegraph Equipment, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33335.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 20, 1928. Image of Voice Frequency Carrier Telegraph Equipment. Visible in image: "VOICE FREQUENCY CARRIER TELEGRAPH EQUIPMENT FOR USE WITH 4-WIRE CABLE CIRCUITS / 2 REPEATER BAYS CONTAINING TOTAL OF 4 TERMINAL REPEATERS", machine with knobs and gauges.
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Score: 100% Woman at Home Desk Talking on Telephone, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33309.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 17, 1928. Image of woman at home desk talking on telephone. Visible in image: woman earing a black dress with embroidered collar, sitting at desk that folds up into a cabinet with glass lamp and transfer print bowl on top, Japanese print on wall, side table with dial telephone and phonebooks, and Windsor chair beside window.
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Score: 100% Elderly woman at home, talking on telephone, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33281.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 13, 1928. Image of elderly woman at home talking on telephone. Visible in image: woman from 1984.187.33276 talking on a standing telephone with a magazine in her lap.
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Score: 100% Woman Reading on Chaise Lounge, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33278.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 13, 1928. Image of woman reading on chaise lounge in her bedroom. Visible in image: woman lying on chaise lounge under floor lamp in her bedroom, to her left is a bedside table with a lamp on top and a standing telephone located inside a compartment with door, and a bed.
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Score: 100% Elderly Woman at Home Sewing, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33276.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 13, 1928. Image of elderly woman at home sewing. Visible in image: elderly woman siting in floral wingback armchair sewing in a bedroom with side table holding a standing telephone, basket, and books, a desk, a footstool and bed, curtained window, and pictures on the wall of women reading in forest, two women sitting in woods, and a man on his knees praying.
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Score: 100% Home for Incurables, Exterior View, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.33193.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 27, 1928. Image of exterior view of the Home for Incurables at 3rd Avenue between 181st and 183rd Street in the Bronx. Visible in image: exterior view of red brick building with arched windows on first floor and rectangular windows on other four floors, archway over doorway, large lawn with trees scattered about..
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Score: 100% Personal Service Exchange at Wanamakers Dry Cleaners, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32908.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 23, 1928. Image of personal service exchange at Wanamakers Dry Cleaners in New York City. Visible in image: two rows of switchboards with women sitting at desks with headsets and mouth horns, male supervisor standing at end of row, calenders and "RUG STORAGE CHARGES" boards hanging from partitioned walls.
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Score: 100% Western Electric Cable Reel Head, Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32896.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 22, 1928. Image of Western Electric cable reel head at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. / AND ASSOCIATED COMPANIES / BELL SYSTEM" cable reel head with instructions: "ROLL-THIS-WAY / POST NO BILLS" inside plant building.
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Score: 100% Group in Historical Room, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32860.1
8x10 gelatin silver prints from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 15, 1928. Visible in image: group of three men and a woman sitting around a table, except one who stands, looking at Bell Telephone poster, surrounded by photographs of: "Telephone Pioneers", "Nat. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Hotel Barclay, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32715.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 22, 1928. Image of Hotel Barclay at 518-536 Lexington, Ave., New York City. Visible in image: city street corner with row of three identical buildings: stone bottom three floors with 10 brick floors and a stone roof with lintels and carved rosets, balconies scattered throughout facade.
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Score: 100% Butler Taking a Telephone Call, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32648.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 14, 1928. Image of butler taking a telephone call. Visible in image: butler in tuxedo tails (see 1984.187.32605) in kitchen talking on dial telephone.
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Score: 100% Woman Talking on Telephone at her Dressing Table, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32646.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 14, 1928. Image of woman talking on telephone at her dressing table. Visible in image: woman in her nightgown sitting at a dressing table with Staffordshire figurine, dial telephone, brush and mirror, perfume bottle, vase with flowers, and box on top, mirror in front of woman, Staffordshire pattern wallpaper.
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Score: 100% Woman Talking on Home Telephone in Middle of Night, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32644.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 14, 1928. Image of woman talking on home telephone in middle of night. Visible in image: woman standing in doorway outside bedroom in her nightgown and robe with standing telephone in hand, stand also holds a telephone book, hallway lamp on overhead.
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Score: 100% Woman in Bed Talking on Telephone, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32643.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 14, 1928. Image of woman in bed talking in telephone. Visible in image: women in nightgown lying in bed under candlewick bedspread smiling as she talks on dial telephone located on bedside table with candle, in background is Staffordshire designed wallpaper and floral curtains.
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Score: 100% Woman Showing Off Her New Telephone in Bedroom, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32613.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Visible in image: woman from 1984.187.32612 gestures towards her maid plugging in dial telephone into outlet on baseboard as her friend in cloche hat with flower pin, pearls, and dress with floral collar and draped top, pleated belt with rhinestone loops and sash tying loops together, bedroom has a woman's fur lined collar and cuffs coat and suitcase, bed with rounded edges, bedside ...
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Score: 100% Woman Talking on Kitchen Telephone as Maid Watches, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32612.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of woman talking on kitchen telephone as maid watches. Visible in image: woman in light colored pleated skirt and pleated top with tie at bottom holding standing telephone connected to a nook in the wall with telephone books and clock overhead, a maid wearing a French maid's dress- black dress with full lace white apron and headband- puts food away in icebox while watching ...
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Score: 100% Gentleman Talking on Telephone at Home, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32611.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of gentleman talking on home telephone. Visible in image: older gentleman wearing two piece suit, vest and bowtie and glasses, sitting on floral wingback armchair, talking on dial telephone, behind him is an Indian mahogany-colored wood screen with lettering and inlaid shell and a shelf with vase, dish, and statue of cloaked man on top, a shelf of pottery, and lower shelves of...
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Score: 100% Architect Discussing Plans with Couple, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32607.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of architect discussing plans with a couple. Visible in image: almost exact same image as 1984.187.32610, see description, noting these changes: man has one hand on standing telephone and with the other points to architectural plans, both the man and woman look at him, the carved cabinet has a decorated vase and book.
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Score: 100% Architect Discussing Plans with Young Couple, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32610.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of architect discussing plans with young couple. Visible in image: three people sit in leather arm chairs around a desk: a man in three piece suit and tie with hand on dial telephone receiver and with other hand pointing with pen at architectural plans as woman in cloche hat with embroidered ribbon around the brim and dress with cinched collar with strings tied in bow looks ...
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Score: 100% Butler Answering Telephone, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32605.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of butler answering telephone. Visible in image: older gentleman in tails holding standing telephone in kitchen with glass-front cabinets backed with Grecian designed fabric of cherubs, ladies, ruins and gardens, dial floor, door open to next room.
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Score: 100% Maid Ordering over Telephone, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32609.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of maid ordering over the telephone. Visible in image: maid in French maid's outfit: black dress with white apron and headband sitting in kitchen at prep table holding list and talking into standing telephone, icebox behind her, clock on wall, tiled walls and floors, limes and syrup on prep table.
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Score: 100% Card Party with Telephone in Use, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32600.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of card party with telephone in use. Visible in image: two couples sitting around table playing cards, man on end reaching for standing telephone sitting on side table with dish of chocolates, birdcage in background, double glass doors in background, one woman wearing diamond pattern dress and pearls, the other woman wearing ribbed dress with lace cuffs and pearls, men wearing...
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Score: 100% Couple Talking on Telephone, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32601.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of couple talking on telephone. Visible in image: same couple as in 1984.187.32597, except man looks upset and the woman is talking on dial telephone with receiver and transmitter in one piece.
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Score: 100% Woman on Home Telephone, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32599.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of woman on home telephone. Visible in image: woman sitting in floral wing-back arm chair, wearing a dress with large floral brooch and pearls, telephone stored inside desk with closing doors, floral urn on top with painting of home in woods, floral curtains.
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Score: 100% United States Bond and Mortgage Corporation, 8 East 41st Street, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32951.1
Image of United States Bond and Mortgage Corporation Building at 8 East 41st Street, New York City. Visible in image: block of street with multi-level buildings: "[RE]AL ESTATE BOARD / BUILDING / 12"with stone carved columns, shields and swags, glass fronted radiator store, "MORTGAGE & TITLE / GUARANTY COMPANY OF AMERICA / UNITED STATES / BOND & MORTGAGE / CORPORATION" with stone carved Gothic arches, and an unidentified building all decorated with decoratorative architectural elements: ...
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Score: 100% Man on Home Telephone, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32598.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of man on home telephone. Visible in image: man in three piece suit and polka dot tie sitting on edge of floral couch talking on dial telephone, stored inside cabinet table with figurine, book, ashtray and table lamp, maritime print over mantle with clock and electric lamps, oriental rug on floor.
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Score: 100% Woman Talking on Telephone as Man Looks On, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32597.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of woman talking on phone as man looks on. Visible in image: woman talking on standing telephone in 1920s era dress and high heels while a man dressed in knee-high golf socks, plaid knickers, coat and bow tie and saddle shoes looks on, posed in house with plant in window and curtains, phone book in newspaper rack.
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Score: 100% Woman on Home Telephone, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32596.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 12, 1928. Image of woman on home telephone. Visible in image: woman sitting at desk talking on standing telephone with phonebook on her lap, home decorated with floral curtains, vase of flowers and clock, picture on wall and wastebasket by desk.
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Score: 100% Dial Standing and Dial Wall-Mounted Telephones, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32561.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 7, 1928. Image of dial standing and dial wall-mounted telephones. Visible in image: two telephones- one standing telephone with dial, center paper disk on dial reads: "ACademy / 3072" and a wall-mounted telephone with dial, center paper disk on dial reads: "PENnsylvania / 4570", copy of original which was touched-up.
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Score: 100% Dial pay telephone, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32560.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 7, 1928. Visible in image: pay telephone with receiver separate from transmitter, which is on pay telephone itself, paper disk in middle of dial reads: "TO CALL / LONG DISTANCE / DIAL 211 / For other information / see Telephone Directory / JAckson / 5207", there are coin slots for "25 / 10/ 5" cent pieces, telephone owned by: "The Gray Telephone Pay Station Company / and Western Electric ...
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Score: 100% Statue in Lobby of 195 Broadway, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32526.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 29, 1928. Image of statue in lobby of 195 Broadway in New York City. Visible in image: man standing in front of marble/granite statue with iron/black marble Classical man standing between two light colored pillars carved with "SERVICE / TO THE / NATION" and "IN / PEACE / AND / WAR", overhead are two classical figures: woman holding sheaf of wheat and olive branch and a man with a sword with a ...
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Score: 100% Dial telephone, LIBerty 0113, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32516.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 27, 1928. Visible in image: dial telephone with center disk that reads: "TO CALL / TOLL OPERATOR / DIAL 211 / LIBerty / 0113 / See Telephone Directory for / other Information". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Man Working at Teletype Machine, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32370.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 7, 1928. Image of man working at teletype machine. Visible in image: man sitting at teletype desk typing up message while machines send it out.
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Score: 100% Teletype Machine in Operation, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32367.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 7, 1928. Image of teletype machine in operation. Visible in image: "Western Electric / Made in USA" typewriter connected to "CURB TICKER CO., INC." spool for teletape, which is punched by another Western Electric machine which is gathered by a man on edge of image, another spool of teletype is fed into a "BELL SYSTEM SERVICE" machine.
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Score: 100% AT&T Female Office Workers, 104 Broad St., New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32314.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 27, 1928. Image of women office workers at AT&T's 104 Broad Street office in New York City. Visible in image: women seated at tables with correspondence in rubber banded groups, women standing at file cabinets and five women seated at desks.
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Score: 100% Staff outside the Horace Mann School, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32302.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 26, 1928. Image of teachers and staff outside the Horace Mann School in New York City. Visible in image: mixed crowd of men and women seated and standing on stairs and sidewalk and curb outside the "Horace Mann School", a brown stone with archway and columned entrance and carvings on pedastals on stairs.
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Score: 100% AT&T Lobby at 195 Broad Street, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32309.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 27, 1928. Image of AT&T Lobby at 195 Broad Street in New York City. Visible in image: large service desk in middle of columned lobby of building, crowd of people lined up around desks for "AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY / WARRANT / TRANSFERS" and "STOCKS / SUBSCRIPTIONS".
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Score: 100% Crowd Looking at New York Telephone Company Window Display, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32297A.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 27, 1928. Image of crowd looking at New York Telephone Company window display on 15 Dey Street, New York City. Visible in image: crowd gathered outside window of "NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY / BUSINESS OFFICE" to look at display in window on telephone charges to various cities from New York, next door is a "RETAIL / EXPORT" store "Chas..."
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Score: 100% Copy of Photograph of School Classroom, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32300.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 26, 1928. Visible in image: group of children seated in semi-circle in Windsor bowback chairs with teacher watching boy complete sentence chart on blackboard, small blackboard in back of group lists questions, main blackboard has letter groups, desks in background, plants in window, calendar and floral picture hanging on wall, toy cows on shelf. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Radio Station Interior at Netcong, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32158.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 6, 1928. Image of radio station interior in Netcong, NJ. Visible in image: man wearing a headset and horn sitting at switchboard in far corner and man wearing headset standing at another bank of equipment with knobs and gauges.
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Score: 100% Radio station at Netcong, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32155.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 6, 1928. Image of radio station at Netcong, NJ. Visible in image: two houses in field with wooded edge, house to left is a Georgian/Colonial white house with extended entryway and two additions on sides and the house on the right is a farmhouse with porch on front and addition off the back.
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Score: 100% Mrs. Al E. Smith, standing by a fireplace at Biltmore, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32053.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 23, 1928. Image of Mrs. Al E. Smith standing by fireplace at Biltmore Hotel in New York City. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "32053 BOX 1816 / MRS AL E SMITH".
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Score: 100% Mrs. Al E. Smith seated at the Biltmore, New York, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32052.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 23, 1928. Image of Mrs. Al E. Smith seated at the Biltmore Hotel in New York City. Visible in image: woman in 1920s fashion seated in chair by writing desk with framed photographic portrait of man, pier table to here left has framed portrait of woman, side table with floral lamp to her right.
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Score: 100% Mrs. Al E. Smith at the Biltmore Hotel, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32051.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 23, 1928. Image of Mrs. Al E. Smith at the Biltmore Hotel in New York City. Visible in image: woman in 1920s outfit: silk turban, silk/satin and non-shiny material dress, nylons with designs standing with left side towards camera, with picture of man on desk, a table with lamp, and a pier table and mirror.
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Score: 100% Ground breaking ceremony at Western Electric Co, Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.32006.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 15, 1928. Image of groundbreaking ceremony at Western Electric Company in Kearny, NJ. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "32006 BOX 1814 / GROUP AT KEARNEY, NJ/WEST ELEC".
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Score: 100% Two Men in Business Transaction at AT&T Commercial Office, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31787.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 31, 1928. Image of two men in business transaction at AT&T commercial office. Visible in image: man at desk fills out paperwork as client sits beside his desk, with his hat resting on desk, a client in the background shields his face from the camera with his hat.
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Score: 100% AT&T Dial Telephone Management Desk, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31785.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 31, 1928. Image of AT&T dial telephone management desk. Visible in image: long wood panelled, carved help desk with seats for three, tile floor, marble base to help desk, ceiling with dentiled design on cornice, large columns, drop overhead lights, signs on desk read: "See How We Handle / Your Calls?",
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Score: 100% Man at Wire Spooling Machine, Western Electric Co., Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31770.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 26, 1928. Image of man at wire spooling machine at Western Electric Co.'s Kearny, NJ plant. Visible in image: man standing in front of machine spooling wire, spools of wire stacked up around him.
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Score: 100% Launching of JULIE M II, Express Day Cruiser at Morris Heights, NY, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31756.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 25, 1928. Image of guests and sponsors at the launching of 64' Consolidated Ship Building Corporation Express Day Cruiser JULIE M II (built 1928 in Morris Heights, NY) [negative sleeve lists name as JULIE II, but no such vessel found in Lloyds or Consolidated records]. Visible in image: view of inside of boat shop with half circle of four women in 1920s fashions with flowers and line of four men ...
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Score: 100% Bell Lab Radio Technician Inspecting Wires, Asbury Park, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31744.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 24, 1928. Image of Bell Telephone Laboratories radio technician inspecting wire in Asbury Park, NJ. Visible in image: man stands in field with raised wires looking through a pair of binoculars, a small building/house sits atop a knoll beside a power station, row of white crossbars in field.
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Score: 100% Man Transmitting from Bell Telephone Labs' Asbury Park, NJ Radio Station, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31738.1
8x10 gelatin silver copy print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 24, 1928. Image of man transmitting from Bell Telephone Laboratory's Asbury Park, NJ radio station. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "31738 BOX 1802 RADIO STATION ASBURY PARK (BELL TEL.
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Score: 100% Aerial View of Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31709.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 21, 1928. Image of aerial view of Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: view of plant: "WESTERN ELECTRIC" complex abutting river, more oil tanks and factories on opposite shore, railroad two spurs run along two sides of plnat with cars on tracks, caption reads: "Airmap Corporation of America, N.Y.". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Women workers in Western Electric Co. plant, Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31654.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 16, 1928. Image of women workers at Western Electric Company plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: row of women sitting and standing at machines that manufacture cables, coils of cable hang on poles at end of row.
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Score: 100% AT&T Transatlantic Telephone Rate Display, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31625.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 10, 1928. Image of AT&T Transatlantic Telephone Rate Display in New York. Visible in image: map of New England with focal point of Boston, towns are plotted out with "These Rates / are for / Three Minute Talks / When You Call by Number / FROM BOSTON", left fold of display shows: "LOWER RATES / for Transatlantic / TELEPHONE / SERVICE...."
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Score: 100% Driving piles at WECo building 71, Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31490.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 26, 1928. Image of machines driving pile foundations for Building 71-71A at Western Electric Company plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: two steam-powered mechanized pile drivers, a steam backhoe, and a dump truckat work while men look on, other Western Electric buildings are in background.
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Score: 100% Office Dealing in Commodities, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31571.1
8x10 gelatin silver copy print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 7, 1928. Image of office dealing in commodities in New York City. embossed: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Lab interior at Western Electric, Kearny, NJ 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31561.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 5, 1928. Image of lab interior at Western Electric's Kearny, NJ plant. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "31561 BOX 1795 KEARNY, N.J.
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Score: 100% Bowne and Company building, waterfront, NYC, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31431A.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 16, 1928. Image of Bowne and Company Building on the New York City waterfront at 151 Maiden Lane. Visible in image: corner of "OMPANY / CE TO / SOUTH AMERICA"building, the "UNITED FRUIT COMPANY / STEAMER SERVICE TO / CUBA, JAMAICA, PANAMA ......"
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Score: 100% Miss Kelly at desk, switchboard room, 24 Walker St, NY, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31343.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 4, 1928. Image of Miss Kelly at her desk in the AT&T switchboard room at 24 Walker Street, New York City. Visible in image: woman sitting at desk with papers, desk calender and standing phone, women sitting at switchboard in background, easel with poster out of focus in background.
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Score: 100% AT&T, copy of letter from Lieutenant Colonel du Genie Ferrie, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31342.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 4, 1928. Image of letter from Lieutenant Colonel du Genie Ferrie. Visible in image: letter written in French on telegraph paper, which begins: "PROCES-VERBAL sommaire des experiences de telephonie....."
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Score: 100% AT&T chart -- Four simultaneous conversations, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31336.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 3, 1928. Visible in image: line drawing of "FOUR CONVERSATIONS / TRANSMITTED SIMULTAN-/ EOUSLY OVER ONE PAIR / OF WIRES BY CARRIER / METHOD" and "Two Important Parts of the / Apparatus at the Terminals. / VACUUM TUBE / ELECTRICAL FILTER" showing "1" a man in one office talking to a man in another, "2" a man in a hotel room talking to his wife at home, "3" a man at the oil fields talking to the ...
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Score: 100% Driving Piles for Foundation of Bldgs. 71 and 71A, Western Electric Kearny, NJ plant, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31305.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 29, 1928. Image of machines driving piles for foundation of Western Electric Kearny, NJ plant buildings 71 and 71A. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "31305 BOX 1784 DRIVING PILES FOR FOUNDATION OF BUILDINGS 71-71A, KEARNY, N.J. WECo 3/29/28". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.31305.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331938 m331938-t.jpg Driving Piles for ...
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Score: 100% Concrete Pouring Building 85, Western Electric Kearny, NJ plant, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31304.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 29, 1928. Image of Concrete Pouring Building 85 at Western Electric's Kearny, NJ plant. Visible in image: waterfront building under construction with railroad car stopped in front, in background is a completed building, a floating dock with house/office: GAMECOCK OF NEW YORK and dighny on roof and a sailing barge.
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Score: 100% Direct communications to France, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31260.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 28, 1928. Image of group of men having a direct communication via telephone with France. Visible in image: group of men sitting around a table wearing headsets, while the man in the center talks on the standing telephone, a map on the wall shows the transmission stations and cables linking New York and Paris and other European cities, an American and French flag hang on either side of the map.
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Score: 100% Western Electric Co. workers, Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31248.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 22, 1928. Image of Western Electric Company lab workers at Kearny, NJ plant. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% AT&T men in office with early telephone, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31231A.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 22, 1928. Image of AT&T Company employees in historical room with early telephone and telegraph in New York City. Visible in image: gropu of men standing in circle with man in center holding early telephone and telegraph, on walls are portraits and awards, table in center holds storage box and telephone parts.
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Score: 100% Retouched switchboard operator with book, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31230.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 22, 1928. Image of retouched switchboard operator with book. Visible in image: original negative has been retouched to give a painted look to image, profile view of operators at swithboard, woman on end turns toward camera as she connects to switchboard, "ENGLANDER BEDS/ MANHATTEN and THE BRONX / NEW YORK CITY / TELEPHONE DIRECTORY / WINTER 1927-28" sits beside her on desk.
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Score: 100% Aerial view of Western Electric Co., Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31202.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 19, 1928. Image of aerial view of Western Electric Company at Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: aerial view of plant with railway passing near it, plant close to water, caption reads: "FAIRCHILD AERIAL SURVEYS INC. N.Y.C.". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Teletype at police headquarters, NYC, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31137.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 8, 1928. Image of teletype at police headquarters in New York City. Visible in image: two rows of teletypes, one for "TRANSMITTERS" and the other for "RECEIVERS", two men sit at teletypes (one at a transmitter, the other at a receiver).
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Score: 100% Custom House, New York City, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31121.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 6, 1928. Image of exterior of Custom House in New York City. Visible in image: facade of U.S. Custom House with elaborate stone carved columns, lintels, archways, areas around windows, statues on pedestals by gated stairs.
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Score: 100% Cable winder, Western Electric, Kearny, NJ, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31082.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 28, 1928. Image of cable winder at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: cable winder machines feed cable to large spool in foreground that is mechanized.
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Score: 100% Direct telephone communication with Sweden, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.31042.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 28, 1928. Image of direct telephone communication with Sweden from New York City. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "31042 BOX 1773 DIRECT TEL.
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Score: 100% Portrait of C. E. Wilson, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.30582.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 17, 1928. Image of C.E. Wilson. Visible in image: portrait of man with pince-nez, vest, coat, necktie, and button-down shirt, edges fade to soft focus. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% CHElsea 1285 telephone, AT&T, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.30554.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 14, 1928. Image of CHElsea 1285 telephone photographed in New York City studio for AT&T Co. Visible in image: standing telephone with paper adhered: "CHElsea / 1285" and tag:"PROPERTY OF / AMERICAN TEL & TEL CO / 223 / PAT. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Classroom audio testing, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.30354A.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in December 1927. Image of classroom audio testing. Visible in image: middle-school aged children sitting at individual desks wearing headphones taking test as teacher turns crank on phonograph record player.
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Score: 100% Map of Bell System broadcasting circuts, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.30432.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 27, 1928. Image of map of Bell System broadcasting curcuits. Visible in image: map of United States reads: "CHAIN BROADCASTING CURCUITS / FURNISHED BY THE BELL SYSTEM / AT THE END OF 1927 / ------ RED AND BLUE NETWORKS OF / THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING CO., INC. / ______ PURPLE NETWORK OF THE UNITED / INDEPENDENT BROADCASTERS, INC. / ............ PACIFIC COAST NETWORK OF / THE NATIONAL ...
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Score: 100% Telephone poles in snow, retouched, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.30221.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 25, 1927. Image of telephone poles in the snow, retouched to emphasize snow. Visible in image: row of telephone poles follow rutted tracks in the snow, trees fenced in, photograph has been majorly retouched to create a painting, this is a copy of the original.
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Score: 100% Cable making machines, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.30211.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 25, 1927. Image of cable winders at Western Electric plant in Kearny, NJ. Visible in image: rows of machinery winding cable and wheeling it onto spools.
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Score: 100% Hearing tests in classroom at Hudson St., NYC, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28747.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 31, 1927. Image of hearing tests at a Hudson Street classroom in New York City. Visible in image: group of children sitting at their tables arranged in square while man with hearing tester sits in small chair while little girl sits in center of square with headset on, village of miniature houses sits on table in back, pictures of George Washington, and children hang from walls.
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Score: 100% Sesqui Centennial award to AT&T, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.28877.1
Image of Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition award to AT&T. Visible in image: award reads: "THE SESQUI-CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION / PHILADELPHIA-PENNSYLVANIA / JUNE 1ST-DECEMBER 1ST 1926 / CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE/ THE JURY OF AWARDS HAS CONFERRED A / GRAND PRIZE / UPON / AMERICAN TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY AND ASSOCIATED COMPANIES / FOR / The epoch-making Development and the continual / Improvement of a Nation-Wide Means of Direct / ...
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Score: 100% Retouched photo of switchboard operators, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28886.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 10, 1927. Image of retouched photograph of switchboard operators. Visible in image: two operators sit at switchboard while supervisor looks on, the original photographed has been retouched to create a painted look to image, teletype machine is in corner, a sign overhead reads: "AMERICAN SERVICE / PLEASE DO NOT INTERRUPT / THE TELEPHONISTS WHILE / CONNECTIONS ARE IN PROGRESS".
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Score: 100% Telephone instrument, AT&T, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29653.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 7, 1927. Visible in image: standing telephone with gauge attached to back of phone, phone engraved: "PROPERTY OF / AMERICAN TEL & TEL CO / 337 / PAT USA 114 15 23 15 / WESTERN ELECTRIC / MADE IN USA". Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "29653 BOX 1716 TEL.
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Score: 100% Subscribers' telephone set, 195 Broadway, NYC, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29607.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 1, 1927. Image of subscriber's telephone set at 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: standing telephone attached to box inset in wall, the grate usually covering box has been detached and is sitting on floor, dimensions written on wall: "10" / 10" / 4" DEEP".
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Score: 100% Teletype machine tape detail, AT&T, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29603.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 1, 1927. Image of man holding teletype machine tape detail at AT&T at 55 Franklin St., New York City. Visible in image: headless man holds teletype machine tape between his two hands.
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Score: 100% Radio man with power amplifier tube at Whippany, NJ, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29229.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 14, 1927. Image of man holding power amplifier tube at Whippany, NJ Radio Station. Visible in image: man standing by wall of radio equipment holding tube.
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Score: 100% Radio Station Equipment and Operators, Whippany, N.J. 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29228.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 14, 1927. Image of radio station equipment and operators at Whippany, NJ. Visible in image: large room with bank of radio equipment along wall, man stands by section with tubes, another man sits at table in middle of room holding one of the tubes, metal rafters cover expanse of ceiling.
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Score: 100% Office Desk Switchboard, Western Electric Co., 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29086.1
Image of office desk switchboard at Western Electric Company plant in Kearny, N.J. Visible in image: two standing phones with levers on console and a box of paper between them on table, other desks with similar set-up out of focus in background, one phone reads: "Mitchell / 7700 / Ext.". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "29086 Box 1692 OFFICE DESK SWITCHBOARD W.E. CO. PLANT KEARNY, N.J. 6/2/27". ...
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Score: 100% Measuring the Welcome to Lindbergh, 195 Broadway, New York City, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28922.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 13, 1927. Image of men measuring the welcome to Lindbergh. Embossed in lower right corner: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.” and handwritten: "28922 BOX 1685 MEASURING THE WELCOME TO LINDBERG, 195 BROADWAY NYC (BELL TEL.
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Score: 100% Telephone poles in flood, AT&T, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29990.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 24, 1927. Image of telephone poles flooded. Visible in image: flood zone with water up to the crosstrees of the telephone poles and upper branches of trees, top of fence showing.
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Score: 100% Cable Reel in Mid-air at Western Electric Company Plant, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29765.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 17, 1927. Image of big cable reel in mid-air at Western Electric Plant at Kearny, New Jersey. Visible in image: steam engine crane on railroad tracks with operator standing outside it while a "WESTERN ELECTRIC CO" cable reels hangs in mid-air amid rows of other cable reels, plant in background.
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Score: 100% Girl at Switchboard, AT&T Co., 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29764.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 17, 1927. Image of woman sitting as switchboard with face turned towards camera, her back to the camera, she is writing and wearing a headset, she is wearing a solid colored dress, with a ring on her finger and a line up the back of her stockings. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Woman at switchboard, AT&T, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.29763.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 17, 1927. Image of woman sitting at switchboard writing down information, her head is turned towards the camera, she is wearing a dress with diamonds in scattered patterns. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Women Operators at Switchboard, 24 Walker Street, New York City, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28755.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 1, 1927. Image of women operators at switchboard at 24 Walker Street, New York City. Visible in image: profile view of women at switchboard wearing headsets, supervisors stand behind the operators, switchboards "103" to "107" visible, good example of 1920s fashion.
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Score: 100% Girls at Switchboard, New York City, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28549.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 10, 1927. Image of Girls at Switchboard at 24 Walker Street, New York City. Visible in image: row of women sitting at switchboard with backs to camera, supervisors stand behind them, switchboards "8111" to "8122", below numbers are placards that read: "POUGH".
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Score: 100% Repairs to cables, New York Telephone Co., 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28377.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 21, 1927. Image of repairs to cables at 8th Avenue and West 36th Street, New York City. Visible in image: tangle of cables underground?
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Score: 100% Teletype printer, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28357.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 20, 1927. Image of teletype printer at 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: "BELL SYSTEM SERVICE / EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED BY / MORKRUM-KLEINSCHMIDT CORP. / PATENTS APPLIED FOR" teletype printer with window to see gears inside.
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Score: 100% Women Operators at AT&T Co., 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28336.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 19, 1927. Image of women operators at AT&T Co. Visible in image: row of women sitting with backs to camera at switchboards 1 to 11, two supervisors stand behind them, women wear headsets and are plugged into switchboard, good display of 1920s women's fashions. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Barclay-Vesey Building, New York Telephone Company, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.28392.1
Image of Barclay-Vesey Building in Manhatten, N.Y. Visible in image: Barclay-Vessey Building dominates landscape, with other buildings around it: "J. COOPERSMITH & CO. / COMMISSION MERCHANT / FRUIT & PRODUCE", "A. E. EDWARDS & CO. / FRUIT & PRODUCE / COMMISSION MERCHANTS", "G.H. KILLOUGH & CO. / FRUIT & PRODUCE / COMMISSION MERCHANTS", "LOOMIS COLD STORAGE CO.", "LEHIGH / VALLEY / TRAINS/ TO / NIAGARA FALLS / BUFFALO, TORONTO / CHICAGO WEST / LEAVE FROM / PENNSYLVANIA / STATION / ---/ ...
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Score: 100% Group of Men at Meeting, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27497.1
8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 7, 1927. Image of the opening of the Transatlantic Telephone at AT&T. Visible in image: group of men sitting around a table in a boardroom with headsets on, while the man in center has a standing telephone, boardroom decorated with woodwork columns and dentil molding. P. Banning, Room 2609 / Photo of transatlantic telephone opening", included in negative sleeve was a slip of paper with all the men's names, now removed to ...
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Score: 100% Transatlantic Telephone Opening, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27495.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 7, 1927. Image of transatlantic telephone opening at American Telephone and Telegraph Company in New York City. Stamped on back in rectangular box: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970” and "27495".
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Score: 100% Group of men at AT&T, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27471.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 5, 1927. Visible in image: group of men sitting and standing in semi-circle around a man at a table talking on standing telephone, room has patterned rug, suspended lights, painting on wall, and glass paned doors. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Battery operated telephone, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27407.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 29, 1926. Image of telephone apparatus at 16th floor of 140 Nassau Street, New York City. Visible in image: telephone head sets connected to curcuit board and cylinder's connected to four Eveready batteries and wooden box with batteries or electronic device atop a wooden table.
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Score: 100% Battery powered board, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27406.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 29, 1926. Image of J.V.L. Hogan apparatus at 140 Nassau St., New York City. Visible in image: "South Proctor" desk, Eveready batteries, headsets, knobs numbered to 100, equipment, wires.
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Score: 100% Railroad trolly on horizon, Telephone Co., 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27372.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 23, 1926. Image of AT&T railcars. Visible in image: platform railcars with men sitting on them, telephone pole, fenced in scrub brush prairie.
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Score: 100% Telephone lines crossing river, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.27199.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Son on December 7, 1926. Image of wire over water. Visible in image: telephone poles and wires crossing a river, river bank, trees.
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Score: 100% Western Electric Co. tractor, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27196.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 7, 1926. Image of AT&T transporting cable. Visible in image: train engine, tractor, trailer for "Western Electric Co." cable reel, men, high brush, men posing on equipment, cleared pasture.
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Score: 100% Telephone pole in wooded area, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27197.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 7, 1926. Visible in image: logs criss-crossing in line, telephone pole, riverbank, trees, clearing. PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.27197.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331891 m331891-t.jpg Telephone pole in wooded area, 1927 USA, NY, New York 1926
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Score: 100% Bell telephone pole laying tractor
Accession Number: 1984.187.27198.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 7, 1926. Image of AT&T tractor. Visible in image: Bell Telephone tractor, three men, primitive road, telephone poles, tall brush in pasture.
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Score: 100% Rural telephone lines, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27161.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 3, 1926. Visible in image: overpass dated 1923, telephone lines and poles, horse and wagon, haystacks, rural pasture. PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.27161.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331889 m331889-t.jpg Rural telephone lines, 1927 USA, NY, New York 1926
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Score: 100% Western Electric Co. linemen in snow, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27160.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 3, 1926. Image of AT&T workers stringing wire. Visible in image: man standing near spool of wire from "Western Electric Co." on a trailer, ladder, telephone lines, snow.
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Score: 100% Telephone linemen, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27159.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 3, 1926. Image of AT&T workers stringing wire. Visible in image: men on telephone poles, man on truck, fenced pastures, barn.
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Score: 100% Telephone line repair, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27158.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 3, 1926. Image of AT&T workers stringing wire. Visible in image: telephone pole, men on hanging platform stringing wire, ladder, car, fenced pasture, house.
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Score: 100% Framing a foundation, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.27080.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Son on November 22, 1926. Image of McKiernan-Terry pile drivers in New York City. Visible in image: drill, foundation frames, tree lined street, houses, man holding wires.
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Score: 100% Teletype machine with stand, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.25590.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 nitrate taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 9, 1926. Visible in image: typewriter on stand with off and on switch and and "TEST/ OFF/ LINE / BREAK" and a patent and manufacturer's tag: "BELL SYSTEM SERVICE / EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED BY / MORKRUM-KLEINSCHMIDT CORP.", sheaf of paper. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.25590.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331884 m331884-t.jpg Teletype machine with stand, ...
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Score: 100% Teletype machine, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.25589.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 nitrate taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 9, 1926. Visible in image: typewriter with on and off switch, and "TEST/ OFF/ LINE / BREAK" and a patent and manufacturer's tag: "BELL SYSTEM SERVICE / EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED BY / MORKRUM-KLEINSCHMIDT CORP.", sheaf of paper. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.25589.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331883 m331883-t.jpg Teletype machine, 1926 USA, NY, New York ...
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Score: 100% Portrait of C. F. Sise, AT&T, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24813.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 19, 1926. Image of C.F. Sise of AT&T in New York City. Visible in image: portrait of man.
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Score: 100% Portrait of L. B. McFarlane, AT&T, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24812.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 19, 1926. Image of L.B. McFarlane of AT&T in New York City. Visible in image: portrait of man.
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Score: 100% Portrait of Andrew Robertson, AT&T, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24811.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 19, 1926. Image of Andrew Robertson of AT&T in New York City. Visible in image: portrait of man.
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Score: 100% Portrait of Glyn Orber, AT&T, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24803.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 19, 1926. Image of Glyn Orber at AT&T in New York City. Visible in image: portrait of man.
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Score: 100% Portrait of Alexander Cochrane, AT&T, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24793.1
8x10 gelatin silver print of 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 19, 1926. Image of Alexander Cochrane in New York City. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Transatlantic Radio Telephone Measurement chart, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.24641.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 4, 1926. Image of AT&T Transatlantic Radio Telephone Measurements Chart. Visible in image: "Transatlantic Radio Telephone Measurements / Diurnal Variation of Percentage of Disconnected Words Understood / Typical Winter Day -1923 / Typical Summer Day~1923", chart with x representing Greenwich Mean Time and Eastern Standard Time and y representing % Disconnected Words Understood.
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Score: 100% Group portrait of male employees on telephone
Accession Number: 1984.187.24576.1
8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 27, 1926. Image of AT&T group at 195 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: large group of men standing while one man talks on the telephone, floral arrangements, chairs and table, 1920s clothing.
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Score: 100% Group company photograph, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24575.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 24, 1926. Image of New York Telephone Award Committee at 15 Dey St., New York City. Visible in image: men and women in 1920s clothing, light fixture, interior architecture, doorway.
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Score: 100% Switchboard room, Birmingham Alabama, circa 1899
Accession Number: 1984.187.24136.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 20, 1926. Image of Switchboard at Birmingham, Ala. Central Office. Visible in image: "Birmingham, Ala. Law Central Office / Operating Room & Switchboard / About 1899.",
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Score: 100% Drawing of a city street with telephone wires
Accession Number: 1984.187.9483.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 nitrate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1919. Image of overhead wires on John Street in New York City. Visible in image: telephone poles and wires, men in 1890s fashions, horse drawn trolley, soda shop, and Chatham National Bank.
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Score: 100% Telephone wires atop the Walker Building
Accession Number: 1984.187.9484.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1919. Image of telephone wires atop the Walker Building in New York City. Visible in image: Walker Building, telephone wires and poles, Shardlow Building.
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Score: 100% Bell staff atop despatch building
Accession Number: 1984.187.9471.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1918. Image of Holmes Telephone Building in Boston. Visible in image: men on phone poles on top of building, and inside offices of building with signs: "Electric/ Call/ Bells" and "Telephone Despatch Co./ Holmes & Co. Hotel/ A---lators".
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Score: 100% Switchboard operators in heavy overcoats, 1919
Accession Number: 1984.187.7967.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 13, 1918. Image of War Telephone Scene at AT&T. Visible in image: women operators at switchboard, men in uniform, desk furniture, clock, stove, oil lamps/lighting devices, clock, books- Ecole Pigier and Benediction, and curtains. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.7967.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331869 m331869-t.jpg Switchboard operators in...
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Score: 100% Bell telephone, diagram of interior, 1919
Accession Number: 1984.187.6992.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 23, 1918. 143-A Switch Hook / Per D-6156 / Includes contact Springs / and hook for receiver. / Western Electric Improved Blue Bell Battery / in Weatherproof Battery Carton.",
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Score: 100% Wall mount telephone, 1919
Accession Number: 1984.187.7054.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 7, 1918. Image of Telephone and Box. Visible in image: wall mounted phone, "250", "Western Electric/ Incorporated".
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Score: 100% Wall mount telephone, 1919
Accession Number: 1984.187.7049.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 8, 1918. Image of Telephone and Box. Visible in image: wall mounted phone, "*250*", earpiece and crank.
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Score: 100% New York City, 1918
Accession Number: 1984.187.6859.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 7, 1917. Image of New York Skyline. Visible in image: Silversmiths Building, Cockcroft, Morton Building, Armeny and Marion Fine Gold Pens, Temple Court, Corday 16, and numerous other roofs of buildings.
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Score: 100% Madison Square operator, 1918
Accession Number: 1984.187.6912.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 plate glass negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1915. Image of New York Telephone Company's PBX board. Visible in image: woman telephone operator at lone switchboard, sitting in chair in empty room.
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Score: 100% Women switchboard operators, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.5619.1
Gelatin silver print; taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 29, 1916. Visible in image: women telephone operators at switchboard # 83 to 91, chairs and desks, lighting devices and fans. Stamped "Morris Rosenfeld/ Photographic Illustrator / 116 Nassau St., N.Y. / TEL BEEKMAN 2850 / No Canteen Slide."
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Score: 100% Women switchboard operators, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.5769.1
8x10 silver gelatin print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 30, 1916. WEF #5/ AT&T. Visible in image: switchboard, women operators, furniture, radiator, fire escape, windows, doors. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.5769.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331862 m331862-t.jpg Women switchboard operators, 1917 USA, NY, New York Telephone operators,Telephone switchboards 1916,1917
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Score: 100% Women switchboard operators, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.5772.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 30, 1916. Visible in image: women at switchboard, fans, lighting devices, furniture, and clothing. Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Women dining, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.5778.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 4, 1917. Visible in image: women eating, dining room furniture, light fixtures, tile flooring, servers, and window furnishings. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Kitchen workers, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.5779.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Morris Rosenfeld on April 14, 1917. Image of kitchen workers at Prospect Street Kitchens. Visible in image: four women in kitchen cutting bread and meat on slicers, cooking at stove and boiling water in a teapot, clock on wall, central rack for hanging pots, pans and collanders, with containers of salt and cooking supplies underneath.
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Score: 100% New York City, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6099.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from an 8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons Sept. 9, 1917. Visible in image: streetcars, Merchantile Lunch Co., C. Galford & Co., Gunst Cigars shop, Waterman building, US Postal Service mailbox, The Chatham National Bank for rent (relocated to Singer Building), intersection with Dey St. visible, and automobiles. Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Women on Howard Lyon boat, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33777.1
View of three women models posed in the cockpit of a Howard W. Lyon motor boat. Women identified left to right: "Peggy O'Berg, Dotty Koster, Helen Kostes, and Sandy Burke "Ned Wayburns (gambols) Knickerbocker Thea". Women seen in dresses with short hair in fitted hats, each seen looking directly at camera, women at wheel seen holding left arm up.
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Score: 100% Women on SEA GULL, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33774.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1929. View of four female models posed on the deck of the motor boat SEA GULL, at the Motor Boat Show, NYC. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD/ N.Y.". Names of girls (left to right): Sandy Burke, Helen Koster, Peggy O'Berg, and Dotty Koster.
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Score: 100% Womens outboard skiing race to Atlantic City, 1955
Accession Number: 1984.187.146883F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from a 4 x 5 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 24, 1955. View of twelve women water ski racers, seen posed on a dock at the Atlantic City Outboard Skiing race. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Womens outboard skiing race to Atlantic City, 1955
Accession Number: 1984.187.146883F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 24, 1955. View of twelve women water ski racers, seen posed on a dock at the Atlantic City Outboard Skiing race. Typed on original negative sleeve: "146883F 6/24/55 / Oristano Assoc. / Outboard Skiing race to Atlantic City / 5441".
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Score: 100% Classroom, Millburn, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33982.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 11, 1929. Interior view of an elementary level classroom in Millburn, New Jersey. Student desks possibly turned for photograph, bulletin boards in back appear to have geographical maps made by students, one board reads "GIRLS BULLETIN BOARD".
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Score: 100% Classroom, Millburn, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33982
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 11, 1929. Student desks possibly turned for photograph, bulletin boards in back appear to have geographical maps made by students, one board reads "GIRLS BULLETIN BOARD". Typed on original negative sleeve: "33982 / 2/11/29 / WECo-110 Central Ave-Kearny, NJ / Mr. Ware, Room 1981 Millburn, NJ story".
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Score: 100% St. George Harbor, Bermuda, 1946
Accession Number: 1984.187.113969F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from a 4 x 5 safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1946. View of St. George Harbor, Bermuda. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% St. George Harbor, Bermuda, 1946
Accession Number: 1984.187.113969F
4 x 5 nitrate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1946. View of St. George Harbor, Bermuda. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "St. George Harbor, Bermuda".
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Score: 100% Waves, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.45034
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1935 or 1936. View of waves crashing together from a wake, clouds above. Stamped on back in blue: "PHOTO BY / STANLEY ROSENFELD / MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23RD ST., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: 989-2404".
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Score: 100% WARWICK, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.12795F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from a 5 x 7 glass plate negative. Taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 24, 1924, New York Harbor. Port beam view of the sidewheel steamer WARWICK (ex DAY STAR).
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Score: 100% WARWICK, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.12795F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 24, 1924, New York Harbor. Port beam view of the sidewheel steamer WARWICK (ex DAY STAR). WARWICK was used as an excursion steamer in New York harbor after being rebuilt in 1923.
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Score: 100% MYLES STANDISH on the Hudson, 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.14993F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from a 5 x 7 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 4, 1925. Vessel seen underway, probably seen in New York Harbor or the Hudson River, where she was stationed as an excursion steamer in 1925. . Also stamped: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y.C. / BEEKMAN 2850 / Negative No ___".
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Score: 100% MYLES STANDISH on the Hudson, 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.14993F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 4, 1925. Vessel seen underway, probably seen in New York Harbor or the Hudson River, where she was stationed as an excursion steamer in 1925. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "14993F 6/4/25 / Excursion Boat 'Miles Standish' / 1255".
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Score: 100% ENTERPRISE, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39338F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from a 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative adhered to linen paper backing, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 18, 1930. ENTERPRISE was made by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, and launched in 1930 as an America's Cup defender. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". Handwritten in pencil upper left edge, "Enterprise" and lower right corner, "39338F".
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Score: 100% ENTERPRISE, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39338F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 18, 1930. Port beam view of the J Class sloop ENTERPRISE (J/4) under sail. ENTERPRISE was made by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, and launched in 1930 as an America's Cup defender.
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Score: 100% Schooner CAROL, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39575F.1
8 x 10 warm toned gelatin silver print, made from a 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 5, 1930. Port bow view of the schooner CAROL (Ex: IRIS, VAGABOND II, ELFAY, JULIA, and OONAS). Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y.C. / BEEKMAN 2850 / Negative No ___".
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Score: 100% Schooner CAROL, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39575F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 5, 1930. Port bow view of the schooner CAROL (Ex: IRIS, VAGABOND II, ELFAY, JULIA, and OONAS). Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "39575F / 5/30/30 / Carol / Box 2813".
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Score: 100% Classroom, Millburn, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33981.1
View of a classroom full of young students in Millburn, New Jersey. Classroom has one Black female child, and has both male and female students. The students appear to be learning to read, as the window is labeled "WINDOW" and pictures on near the chalkboard are also word labeled.
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Score: 100% Classroom, Millburn, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33981
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on February 11, 1929. View of a classroom full of young students in Millburn, New Jersey. Classroom has one Black female child, and has both male and female students.
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Score: 100% Launching of STEVANA, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37993.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 1, 1930. View of an unidentified women, sponsoring the launch of the 135 foot motor yacht, STEVANA. STEVANA was built at Consolidated Shipbuilding Company, Morris Heights, New York.
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Score: 100% Art classroom, Bronxville, NY, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37756.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 20, 1930. View of children in art class, Bronxville, NY. Girl paints at easel in background, girls paint clay, boys seen working to built wooden forms, children in background sketch into books.
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Score: 100% Art classroom, Bronxville, NY, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37756
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 20, 1930. Girl paints at easel in background, one girl paints clay, boys seen working to build wooden structures, children in background sketch into books. Typed on original negative sleeve: "37756 / 3/20/30 / 2038--20 / WECo-50 Church St, City / Mr. Edw Pratt Room 1981 Photo of classroom at Bronxville".
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Score: 100% Classroom, Bronxville, NY, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37759.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 20, 1930. Interior view of a Bronxville, NY classroom. Elementary level students seen seated in oak chairs in a general classroom setting.
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Score: 100% Classroom, Bronxville, NY, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37759
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 20, 1930. Interior view of a Bronxville, NY classroom. Elementary level students seen seated in oak chairs in a general classroom setting.
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Score: 100% ENTERPRISE sail in Ratsy and Lapthorn loft, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.37718.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 13, 1930. View of the sail of the J Class sloop ENTERPRISE, seen laid out in the Ratsey and Lapthorn sail loft, City Island, NY. Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% RELIANCE, cutter 1903
Accession Number: B.1984.187.953.3
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 glass plate negative photographed by James Burton in 1903. Image of 143' Herreshoff cutter RELIANCE (built 1903 in Bristol, R.I.) underway. Visible in image: starboard quarter view of RELIANCE (G / 16) on port close reach under gaff-rigged mainsail and topsail, staysail, jib and flying jib, heeled over rail down, land in background. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, James Burton photographer.
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Score: 100% DEFENDER, 1895
Accession Number: Y.1984.187.422.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Charles Edwin Bolles in 1895. Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd ST., N.Y. 10011 / Phone: 989-2404". Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". Printed on warm toned paper.
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Score: 100% ISTALENA, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34163F.1
10x8 gelatin silver print made from a 7x5 nitrate negative originally photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1929. Port beam view of the 87' M Class sloop, ISTALENA, sail #M10 (DS: Herreshoff: BU: Herreshoff, 1929), under sail. Stamped on verso in rectangular box lower right corner in blue ink: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970" and also "34163F".
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Score: 100% DEFIANCE, off Greenwich, CT, 1914
Accession Number: 1984.187.698S.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from a 6 x 8 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons off Greenwich, CT, 1914. Port beam view of the sloop DEFIANCE (H1) under sail. Tug billows smoke from her stack to the far left (cropped from prints but smoke visible just above horizon).
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Score: 100% ATLANTIC, New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.23F
5 x 7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Son in August, 1916 during the New York Yacht Club Cruise which began off Glen Cove, New York. ATLANTIC was built in 1903 by Townsend & Downey, Shooters Island, New York from designs by Gardner and Cox, and measured 185 feet overall. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "23 / Aug 1916 / ATLANTIC / N.Y.Y.C. / Box 2". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% C. Oliver Iselin, RELIANCE, 1903
Accession Number: B.1984.187.448.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by James Burton in 1903. View of C. Oliver Iselin on the deck of RELIANCE. C. Oliver Iselin was the manager for RELIANCE, he is seen here standing to the left.
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Score: 100% Cornelius Vanderbilt III, ca. 1903
Accession Number: B.1984.187.457.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by James Burton, circa 1903. View of Cornelius Vanderbilt III, standing posed on the deck of his yacht (probably his new yacht NORTH STAR, which was bought in 1903). PHOTOGRAPHS B.1984.187.457.3 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331691 m331691-t.jpg Cornelius Vanderbilt III, ca.
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Score: 100% COLUMBIA and SHAMROCK II, finish third race, 1901
Accession Number: B.1984.187.918.4
8 x 10 cropped gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by James Burton on October 4, 1901. Printed by Rosenfeld and Sons with a matte finish, date unknown. Port beam view of the sloops COLUMBIA (G/14) and SHAMROCK II at the finish of the final race of the 190 America's Cup.
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Score: 100% RELIANCE, 1903
Accession Number: B.1984.187.989.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by James Burton in 1903. Printed by Rosenfeld and Sons, date unknown. Distant bow view of the J Class sloop RELIANCE under sail.
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Score: 100% RELIANCE, 1903
Accession Number: B.1984.187.975.4
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by James Burton in 1903. Printed by Rosenfeld and Sons, date unknown. Port beam view of the J Class sloop RELIANCE under sail.
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Score: 100% RELIANCE, deck scene, 1903
Accession Number: B.1984.187.977.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by James Burton in 1903. Print was made by Rosenfeld and Sons, date unknown. Deck scene looking forward, on the J Class sloop RELIANCE.
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Score: 100% FLYING CLIPPER, First mate and officer using sextants, 1948
Accession Number: 1984.187.121885F
With his left hand, each moves an index arm that is pivoted on top of the index arm, and as they adjust the angle of the arm they direct the reflection of the sun (or moon, or star) in that mirror down to the half-mirrored glass on the sextant frame. Using the fine adjustment screw on the index arm they align the base of the sun's reflections with the horizon line visible through the clear half of the glass to get an exact measure of the altitude of the sun (or moon, or star) above the ...
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Score: 100% QUEEN MAB, 1914
Accession Number: 1984.187.917S.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from a 6 x 8 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 4, 1914. Starboard beam view of the Herreshoff schooner, QUEEN MAB (F/20), seen off Larchmont. QUEEN MAB is the ex: VAGRANT, and is seen here with her old rig -- she was later re-rigged (E 9). VAGRANT was built and designed by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, and launched in 1910.
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Score: 100% QUEEN MAB, 1914
Accession Number: 1984.187.917S
6 x 8 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 4, 1914. Starboard beam view of the Herreshoff schooner, QUEEN MAB (F/20), seen off Larchmont. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "917S - 7/4/14 / Larchmont / F20 Queen Mab / Requested by Robbies[??]
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Score: 100% FLYING CLIPPER, engineer adjusting valves on engines, 1948
Accession Number: 1984.187.121889F
Like the other C2 cargo ships built by the North Carolina Shipbuilding Company, the FLYING CLIPPER was powered by steam turbines generating 6,600 shaft horsepower to drive the single screw and produce speeds up to 18.5 knots, with a cruising radius of 16,200 miles. Since the introduction of oil-fired boilers around 1910, the use of coal at sea had been almost entirely superseded by fuel oil for firing steam engines. The FLYING CLIPPER has two boilers, each with several burners like these to...
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Score: 100% FLYING CLIPPER, loading cargo, 1948
Accession Number: 1984.187.121916F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1948. Consigned from India to Philadelphia, bales of what appears to be cotton are hoisted out of the number four hold on the Isbrandtsen Steamship Company vessel, FLYING CLIPPER. Some old C2 cargo ships would be converted to carry containers, but by the end of the 1960s these break-bulk freighters-and the longshoremen who handled their cargoes--were obsolete.
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Score: 100% Aboard AFRICAN ENDEAVOR, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.124797F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 23, 1949. Deck view of the crew unloading cargo from the hold aboard the Farrell Line ship, AFRICAN ENDEAVOR. Typed on original negative sleeve: "124797F / 8/23/49 / Farrell S/S Lines / aboard AFRICAN ENDEAVOUR [sic] / 5078".
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Score: 100% Men assembling an engine, circa 1918
Accession Number: 1984.187.3441F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons, circa 1918. View of five men putting together an engine aboard an unidentified, small, narrow boat, fitted with oarlocks. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3441 / S / Box 491".
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Score: 100% PARRAKEET, deck view, owner and family, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.5370
8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 1, 1916. View of the owner, Cippriano Andrade, Jr., and his family on the afterdeck of the newly launched screw steam yacht, PARRAKEET. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "5370 / 7/1/1916 / 428--5 / Parrakeet / Box 153 [crossed out] / Box 428 / deck view".
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Score: 100% QUEEN ELIZABETH, leaving a New York Harbor pier, 1948
Accession Number: 1984.187.119501F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons March 13, 1948 of the steam ship QUEEN ELIZABETH in New York Harbor being assisted with leaving the pier by the tugboat, E.F. MORAN, JR. of the Moran Towing Company, at the bow. QUEEN ELIZABETH was a 1031' passenger liner launched September 27, 1938 by the builder John Brown & Company of Clydebank, Glasgow, Scotland. Typed: "3/13/48 / Moran Towing Co / S/S Queen Elizabeth leaving".
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Score: 100% Mr. Hodges on telephone, Beekman exchange, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6190
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of man identified as Mr. Hodges, speaking on the telephone in the break room at the Beekman telephone exchange, New York City, October 9, 1917. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "6190 / 10/9/17 / 500--9 / P / Man (Mr. Hodges) using telephone at / Beekman Rest Room / Tel.
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Score: 100% Telephone operator, Rhinelander exchange, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6193.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. This image was taken at the telephone exchange on Rhinelander Street, Bronx, NY (Rhinelander telephone exchange).
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Score: 100% Kitchen at telephone company, 15 Dey Street, NYC, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6254.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. Interior view of the 15 Dey Street, NY, telephone company office kitchen.
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Score: 100% Kitchen at telephone company, 15 Dey Street, NYC, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6254
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. Interior view of the 15 Dey Street, NY, telephone company office kitchen.
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Score: 100% Man posed on telephone, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.6283.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of a male model posed using a telephone, to advertise: "Answer Your Telephone Promptly". Copy negative from which this print was made, is masked with black paper and red opaque had been applied to emulsion side, creating an oval print.
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Score: 100% Man posed on telephone, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.6283
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of a male model posed using a telephone, to advertise: "Answer Your Telephone Promptly". Co. / Box 506 / Copy of man telephoning (model used) / on March 1/16 / Inserts - Answer Your Telephone Promptly.
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Score: 100% Murray Hill telephone office, exterior, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6283A
View of the facade of the Murray Hill commercial telephone office, New York City, October 31, 1917. Office windows are pasted with war loan posters reading: "Lend Your Money to Your Government / BUY A UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BOND / SECOND LIBERTY LOAN OF 1917 / U.S. Treasury will pay you interest every six-months", and ""WOMEN! Window flanked by signs reading: "AMERCAN TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO AND ASSOCIATED COMPANIES / LOCAL / LONG / DISTANCE / TELEPHONE / BELL SYSTEM / BOOTHS / AND / ...
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Score: 100% Long distance switchboard, Walker Street, NYC, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6514.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of women switchboard operators at the long distance switchboard, Walker Street, New York City, on September 27, 1917. Styles vary from women with long dark skirts and light colored blouses, to dark dresses with light collars, a striped skirt, and one woman is wearing a dark blouse with shear sleeves.
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Score: 100% Long distance switchboard, Walker Street, NYC, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6514
View of women switchboard operators at the long distance switchboard, Walker Street, New York City, on September 27, 1917. Styles vary from women with long dark skirts and light colored blouses, to dark dresses with light collars, a striped skirt, and one woman is wearing a dark blouse with shear sleeves. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "6514 / 9/27/17 / 524--6 / Tel Co / Box 524 / Long Distance Switchboard / Walker St. (for lecture)".
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Score: 100% Student switchboard operator, Beekman Exchange, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6530.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken, by Rosenfeld and Sons. Supervisor wears typical white blouse with black skirt, while student operators have a variety of dress -- woman in foreground has white shoes. Beekman was a local exchange for the Rosenfeld and Sons studio at this time.
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Score: 100% Student switchboard operator, Beekman Exchange, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6530
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of student telephone operators with a supervisor (all women). Co. / Copy of 'Student operator at Regular Switchboard' at Beekman Ex.
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Score: 100% Telephone employees sorting tickets, Walker Street, NYC, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6520.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of women Telephone Company employees, sorting local and toll tickets in the Walker Street office, September 27, 1917. Over sixty women seen seated in a large room at individual desks, sorting tickets.
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Score: 100% Telephone employees sorting tickets, Walker Street, NYC, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6520
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of women Telephone Company employees, sorting local and toll tickets in the Walker Street office, September 27, 1917. Over sixty women seen seated in a large room at individual desks, sorting tickets.
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Score: 100% Telephone employees resting, Dey Street, NYC, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6633.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of three women Telephone Company employees in the rest area in the 15 Dey Street building, New York City, October 23, 1917. Woman reading has a black band around her right wrist, and wears a long black skirt and white blouse common to the switchboard operators.
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Score: 100% Telephone employees resting, Dey Street, NYC, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6633
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of three women Telephone Company employees in the rest area in the 15 Dey Street building, New York City, October 23, 1917. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "6633 / 10/23/17 / 534--4 / Rector / NY Tel Co. / M. Johnson / Rest period at 15 Dey St / Rest Room / Box 534".
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Score: 100% Linemen, White Planes, NY, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3768.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. View of telephone linemen running lines through cross arms, in White Plains, NY, on November 29, 1915.
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Score: 100% Linemen, White Planes, NY, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3768
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of telephone linemen running lines through cross arms, in White Plains, NY, on November 29, 1915. / Mr. Kent / White Plains Linemen / Box 300".
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Score: 100% Linemen in White Plains, NY, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3769.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of linemen running lines through cross arms in White Plains, NY, on November 29, 1915. Several spools of cable seen in foreground, lines run across a river valley that can be partially seen, along with foot bridges and a larger bridge structure.
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Score: 100% Linemen in White Plains, NY, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3769
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of linemen running lines through cross arms in White Plains, NY, on November 29, 1915. Two workers seen up in cross arms, while three men seen on the ground below managing the lines.
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Score: 100% Underwater telephone cables, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4194.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of crew aboard the cable laying vessel ROBERT C. CLOWRY working to untangle cables for the telephone company, probably in 1916. Evidence of snow and ice on vessel hull, two men visible over the water untangling cables, while three men visible on the deck of the vessel work to feed line through a block.
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Score: 100% ROBERT C. CLOWRY laying underwater telephone cables, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4194
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of crew aboard the cable laying vessel ROBERT C. CLOWRY, working to untangle cables for the telephone company. Evidence of snow and ice on vessel hull, two men visible over the water untangling cables, while three men visible on the deck of the vessel work to feed line through a block.
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Score: 100% US Navy Department, telephone conference, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4377.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the United States Navy Department taking a conference call on May 25, 1916. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% US Navy Department, telephone conference, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4377
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the United States Navy Department taking a conference call on May 25, 1916. PHOTOGRAPHS - GLASS NEGATIVES 1984.187.4377 glass negative; copy negative Rosenfeld and Sons 331584 m331585-t.jpg US Navy Department, telephone conference, 1916 Telephone,United States.
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Score: 100% Telephone Company, Market school, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4833.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. Probably the Telephone Company operator training school.
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Score: 100% Telephone Company, Market school, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4833
Identified as "Market School" on original negative sleeve. Probably the Telephone Company operator training school. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "4833 10/19/16 / 385--5 / Market School / Telephone Co. / Box 385".
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Score: 100% arly telephone replica, transmitted audible speech, 1876
Accession Number: 1984.187.5308.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate nitrate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of a reproduction telephone transmitter powered by a single-pole magnet attached to a membrane, used at the Centennial Exhibition by Alexander Graham Bell, for a crowd demonstration. Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y.C. / BEEKMAN 2850 / Negative No ___".
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Score: 100% Murray Hill telephone exchange, lunch room, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.5410.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the lunch room at the Murray Hill telephone exchange branch, seen on January 30, 1917. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". Note: Line crossing image is from broken glass plate.
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Score: 100% Murray Hill telephone exchange, lunch room, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.5410
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the lunch room at the Murray Hill telephone exchange branch, seen on January 30, 1917. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "5410 / 1/30/17 / Murray Hill Lunch Room / Tel Co / Box 430 / Plate Broken".
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Score: 100% AT & T, 195 Broadway, NY, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.5569.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company main headquarters building on 195 Broadway, New York City, on November 8, 1916. St. Paul's Chapel clearly visible in this view, along with a building in-between the two housing tailor shops, and a building advertising: "THE EVENING MAIL / The Home of Paper of New York / One Cent Buys the Best".
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Score: 100% AT & T, 195 Broadway, NY, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.5569
View of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company main headquarters building on 195 Broadway, New York City, on November 8, 1916. St. Paul's Chapel clearly visible in this view, along with a building in-between the two housing tailor shops, and a building advertising: "THE EVENING MAIL / The Home of Paper of New York / One Cent Buys the Best". Horse-drawn carriages and motor vehicles seen in front of St. Paul's Chapel, graveyard visible in church yard.
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Score: 100% Young man using pay telephone, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4859.1
Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. View of a man posed in a telephone booth, speaking into a pay telephone. The telephone is mounted to the wall and the board above it appears white, due to red opaque painted directly on to original negative.
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Score: 100% Young man using pay telephone, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4859
View of a man posed in a telephone booth, speaking into a pay telephone, in 1916. The telephone is mounted to the wall and the board above it has been covered over with red opaque directly applied to the glass plate negative. One image of a series taken by Morris Rosenfeld to advertise the use of the telephone, and to convey the many uses for a private telephone.
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Score: 100% Original telephone (replica), 1875
Accession Number: 1984.187.5883.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Users spoke into a hole in the bottom of the telephone, sound struck a diaphragm attached to one end of a steel reed positioned over the pole of an electromagnet. Plate on replica shown hear reads: "THIS TELEPHONE IS A DUPLICATE OF THE FIRST INSTRUMENT THROUGH WHICH SPEECH SOUNDS WERE TRANS-MITTED ELECTRONICALLY, 1875".
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Score: 100% Original telephone (replica), 1875
Accession Number: 1984.187.5883
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Users spoke into a hole in the bottom of the telephone, sound struck a diaphragm attached to one end of a steel reed positioned over the pole of an electromagnet. Plate on replica shown hear reads: "THIS TELEPHONE IS A DUPLICATE OF THE FIRST INSTRUMENT THROUGH WHICH SPEECH SOUNDS WERE TRANS-MITTED ELECTRONICALLY, 1875".
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Score: 100% Pay telephone, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4830.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. WHERE RATE IS 5c, THE COIN DEPOSITED WILL BE RETURNED WHEN OPERATOR ASKS FOR CORRECT AMOUNT, DEPOSIT ONE COIN AT A TIME. Plate affixed to telephone reads: "The Gray Telephone Pay Station Company and The Western Electric Company Makers".
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Score: 100% Pay telephone, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.4830
WHERE RATE IS 5c, THE COIN DEPOSITED WILL BE RETURNED WHEN OPERATOR ASKS FOR CORRECT AMOUNT, DEPOSIT ONE COIN AT A TIME. Plate affixed to telephone reads: "The Gray Telephone Pay Station Company and The Western Electric Company Makers". Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "4830 / 11/3/16 / 385--2 / Coin Box telephone / Box 385".
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Score: 100% First transcontinental call, Bell posed in group, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3027.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of Alexander Graham Bell seated and posed at a table after the first transcontinental telephone call. Copy negative from which this print was made, was taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915 or 1916.
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Score: 100% First transcontinental call, Bell posed in group, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3027
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Original negative taken by Underhill, NY, original negative number not deciferable on this copy negative. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3027 / 235--7 / Telephone Co / Copy of group at the Opening of the Transcontinental Line at N.Y. / Box 235".
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Score: 100% Switchboards, Asbury Park, NJ, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3296.1
Interior view of the Asbury Park, NJ, central telephone office. View of mainly women telephone operators (two men visible), seen both at main switchboards and with telephone directories. Directory assistance women in the foreground look through telephone directories, seen wearing headsets plugged into smaller boards.
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Score: 100% Switchboards, Asbury Park, NJ, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3296
Interior view of the Asbury Park, NJ, central telephone office. View of mainly women telephone operators (two men visible), seen both at main switchboards and with telephone directories. Directory assistance women in the foreground look through telephone directories, seen wearing headsets plugged into smaller boards.
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Score: 100% Switchboards, central office, North Bergen, NJ, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2751.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. Interior view of the North Bergen, NJ, central telephone office.
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Score: 100% Western landscape, telephone lines, circa 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2790B.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Original photographer unknown, original (non Rosenfeld) negative number 1833. Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Western landscape, telephone lines, circa 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2790B
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Original photographer unknown, original negative number 1833. This copy negative was made by Rosenfeld in 1915 or 1916.
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Score: 100% Telephone Company surveyor, Nevada, circa 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2784.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of a telephone company land surveyor, probably seen in Nevada, circa 1915. Original photographer unknown, copy negative was made by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915 or 1916, date of print unknown.
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Score: 100% Telephone Company surveyor, Nevada, circa 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2784
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of a telephone company land surveyor, probably seen in Nevada, circa 1915. Original photographer unknown, copy negative was made by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915 or 1916.
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Score: 100% Wagon delivering telephone cross arms in desert, 1915-1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.2767.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of a horse-drawn wagon pulling telephone cross arms through the Nevada desert. Rosenfeld negative number 2767 is for the copy negative, made in 1915 or 1916, date of print unknown.
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Score: 100% Wagon delivering telephone cross arms in desert, 1915-1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.2767
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. View of a horse-drawn wagon pulling telephone cross arms through the Nevada desert.
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Score: 100% Palace Theatre, Boston, MA
Accession Number: 1984.187.2794.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the New Palace Theatre in Boston, Mass. Building facade seen with billboards advertising: "GREAT PICTURE SPECIAL / THE DEAD MANS CHILD / DETECTIVE STORY..." This print is from a copy negative of a photograph, date of original photograph unknown.
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Score: 100% Palace Theatre, Boston, MA
Accession Number: 1984.187.2794
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the New Palace Theatre in Boston, Mass. Building facade seen with billboards advertising: "GREAT PICTURE SPECIAL / THE DEAD MANS CHILD / DETECTIVE STORY..." This negative is a copy of a photograph, original date of photograph unknown, date of this copy negative is 1915 or 1916.
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Score: 100% Wood-cut of Bell lecture at Salem, MA, 1877
Accession Number: 1984.187.2795.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. This negative was taken of a woodcut depicting Alexander Graham Bell lecturing at Salem, Mass., on March 31, 1877. Caption under image reads: "This Wood-cut, Reproduced from the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN of March 31st, 1877, Shows Prof. Graham Bell Lecturing to an Audience at Salem, Mass.
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Score: 100% Wood-cut of Bell lecture at Salem, MA, 1877
Accession Number: 1984.187.2795
This negative was taken of a woodcut depicting Alexander Graham Bell lecturing at Salem, Mass., on March 31, 1877. Caption under image reads: "This Wood-cut, Reproduced from the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN of March 31st, 1877, Shows Prof. Graham Bell Lecturing to an Audience at Salem, Mass. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "2795 / 224--5 / Prof. Bell demonstrating and lecturing to an audience on his original telephone / Box 224".
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Score: 100% Telephone company, Commercial Building, New York, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2938.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the main Telephone Company building (Commercial Department), seen in Brooklyn, New York, February 5, 1915. Building seen from corner of intersection, displaying corner panel which reads: "COMMERCIAL BUILDING / NEW YORK / TELEPHONE / COMPANY / CONTRACTS.
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Score: 100% Telephone company, Commercial Building, New York, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2938
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of the main Telephone Company building (Commercial Department), seen in Brooklyn, New York, February 5, 1915. Building seen from corner of intersection, displaying corner panel which reads: "COMMERCIAL BUILDING / NEW YORK / TELEPHONE / COMPANY / CONTRACTS.
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Score: 100% Telephone company wagon near Wells, Nevada, circa 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2790A.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of a Bell Telephone wagon crossing the desert in Wells, Nevada. Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Telephone company wagon near Wells, Nevada, circa 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2790A
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative made by Rosenfeld and Sons. A transcontinental telephone line seen in the foreground as the horse drawn wagon passes. Original photographer unknown, this copy negative was made by Rosenfeld in 1915 or 1916.
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Score: 100% Boys at switchboard, copy of lithograph
Accession Number: 1984.187.2803.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate nitrate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Rosenfeld negative number obscures artist signature SC[...?], Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Alexander Graham Bell, circa 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.3021.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Portrait of Alexander Graham Bell, circa 1916. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Alexander Graham Bell, circa 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.3021
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Negative made from an image marked with a copyright "HARRIS & EWING, WASHINGTON, DC". Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3021 / Telephone Co / Copy of Alex.
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Score: 100% Alexander Graham Bell
Accession Number: 1984.187.2802.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Bust view of Alexander Graham Bell, negative made from a clipping or newspaper print, date of image unknown. Copy negative probably made in 1915 or 1916, printing date unknown.
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Score: 100% Portrait of Alexander Graham Bell
Accession Number: 1984.187.2802
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative made by Rosenfeld and Sons. Bust view of Alexander Graham Bell, negative made from a clipping or newspaper print, date of image unknown. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "2802 / 224--12 / Alexander Graham Bell / Box 224".
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Score: 100% Wagon train, telephone company
Accession Number: 1984.187.2778A.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate copy negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. Date of the copy negative is 1915 or 1916, original date of photograph unknown.
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Score: 100% Wagon train, telephone company
Accession Number: 1984.187.2778A
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative made by Rosenfeld and Sons. Original image photographed by an unidentified photographer from the western part of the United States. Date of this copy negative is 1915 or 1916, original date of photograph unknown.
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Score: 100% Telephone cables, opened out, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2688.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. View of four telephone cables, seen opened out, 1915 or 1916.
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Score: 100% Fire drill at Tremont switchboard, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.1635.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, from an 8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons (1984.187.1635). View of women switchboard operators lined up in a stairwell at the Tremont office, Bronx, NY. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Fire drill at Tremont switchboard, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.1635
8 x 10 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1912 or 1913. View of women switchboard operators lined up in a stairwell at the Tremont office, Bronx, NY. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "1635 / Telephone Co. / Box 131-12 / Tremont Office / Fire Drill / Box 131".
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Score: 100% Telephone company, trench diggers, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.5624
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. Image shows a group of trench diggers working in a muddy field.
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Score: 100% Telephone linemen, White Plains, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3762
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of telephone linemen wiring poles in White Plains, New York, November 29, 1915. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3762 / 300--3 / 11/29/15 / Mr. Hunt A.T.T. / White Plains.
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Score: 100% Portrait of John J. Carty
Accession Number: 1984.187.2775
8 x 10 glass plate copy negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "2775 / Copy of J. J. Carty / 222--8 / Box 222".
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Score: 100% Main telephone exchange, switchboards, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2937
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Interior view of the Main telephone exchange, February 5, 1915. View of women switchboard operators seen seated at boards in a large open room.
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Score: 100% Murray Hill telephone exchange, switchboards, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.5620
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Interior view of the Murray Hill telephone exchange in New York City, taken November 29, 1916. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "5620 / 11/29/16 / 455--4 / Murray Hill Exchange / Tel Co / Box 455".
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Score: 100% Telephone lineman, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3116
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. View of a telephone lineman repairing lines atop a pole. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3116 / Telephone Co / Plant Dept / Mr. Lynch Lecture / Box 244".
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Score: 100% Sausage shop, New York City, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.1051
View of the window display at C. Wintermeyer sausage shop, New York City, seen in 1912 or 1913. Display features garnished pig heads, hand held telephones, sausage links, and lard containers. A large hand drawn sign in window reads: "FROM PIG (to) PORK TO SAUSAGE".
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Score: 100% Hackensack switchboard, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.897
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Interior view of the Hackensack telephone exchange, 1912 or 1913. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "897 / Box 75--2 / Tel Co / Hackensack board".
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Score: 100% Butler's pantry, Hotel McAlpin, circa 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.745
View of the butlers preparing to deliver a meal ordered via telephone based room service. A butler in the foreground takes the telephone order from a wall phone, while two butlers in the background prepare a small table. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "745 Box 61-7". One image of a series taken by Morris Rosenfeld to advertise the use of the telephone, and to convey the many uses for a private telephone.
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Score: 100% Ballermann's Grocery Department, New York City, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.601
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Interior view of the Ballermann's Grocery Department, probably taken in New York City between 1912 and 1913. View of a woman clerk seen recording a telephone order while another woman shops in the background.
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Score: 100% Telephone cable puller, NYC, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3780
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915. View of a telephone cable puller, seen inside a building at 61 Broadway, New York City, 1915. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3780 / Telephone Review / Cable Puller 61 Bway / Box 301".
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Score: 100% REPUBLIC - Kitchen, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.19527.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 nitrate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 23, 1924. View of the kitchen aboard the United States Lines' passenger ship REPUBLIC, launched as SERVIAN in 1903. "With its electric ranges and cooks in their white jackets and toques, the Republic¿s galley might be mistaken for a large urban restaurant kitchen.
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Score: 100% REPUBLIC - Dining Room, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.19507.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 nitrate negative. View of the dining room aboard the United States Lines' passenger ship REPUBLIC, launched as SERVIAN in 1903. "Travelers in first-class might feel they were at home when they entered the Republic¿s dining room.
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Score: 100% SS REPUBLIC, stateroom, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.19473.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from an 8 x 10 nitrate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 23, 1924. View of a small stateroom aboard the United States Lines' passenger ship REPUBLIC, launched as SERVIAN in 1903. Curtains offer privacy for the wooden berths, which are covered with handsome spreads with the U.S. Shipping Board logo.
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Score: 100% Telephone Company, Plant Department, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.3129
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915. Western Electric Company box seen on desk, while the AT&T lineman is seen kneeling to adjust the junction box mounted on the wall below a desk. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3129 / Telephone Co / Plant Dept / Mr. Lynch Lecture / Box 245".
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Score: 100% William Picard Stephens, 1945
Accession Number: 1984.187.112898F.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from a 4 x 5 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 22, 1945. View of the yacht historian William P. Stephens, seen standing in a yacht yard. Stamped on back in blue: "PHOTO BY / STANLEY ROSENFELD / MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23RD ST., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: 989-2404".
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Score: 100% SS UNITED STATES, New York, 1953
Accession Number: 1984.187.135357F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from a 4 x 5 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 21, 1953. View of the SS UNITED STATES, seen underway, passing across the New York City skyline. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Commercial fishing on Long Island Sound, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.123999F.1
View of Black seine net fishermen on Long Island Sound. Men seen actively purse seine fishing, most likely Menhaden, from seine boats and striker boat. Crew were commonly hired from Virginia and Maryland areas to come fish the long Menhaden season, spanning the spring, summer, and fall seasons on Long Island Sound.
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Score: 100% Commercial fishing on Long Island Sound, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.123999F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons during Larchmont Race Week, 1949. Men seen actively purse seine fishing, most likely Menhaden, from seine boats and striker boat. Crew were commonly hired from Virginia and Maryland areas to come fish the long Menhaden season, spanning the spring, summer, and fall seasons on Long Island Sound.
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Score: 100% Splicing rope, aboard SS FLYING CLIPPER, 1948
Accession Number: 1984.187.121881F.1
8 x 10 cropped gelatin silver print, made from a 4 x 5 Kodak safety negative. View of an able-bodied seamen aboard the Isbrandtsen Steamship Line C2 freighter, FLYING CLIPPER. They were used aboard cargo ships for their trained skills, including handing a lifeboat, box the compass and handle the helm, recognize lights and signals, understand nautical terminology, and perform basic ropework and all deck duties.
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Score: 100% FLYING CLIPPER, crewman splicing rope, 1948
Accession Number: 1984.187.121881F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1948. View of an able-bodied seamen aboard the Isbrandtsen Steamship Line C2 freighter, FLYING CLIPPER. 2]. Typed on original negative sleeve: "121881F / 10/3-4/48 / Isbrandtsen S/S Co / S/S Flying Clipper story / 5029".
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Score: 100% Isbrandtsen SS Co., aboard SS FLYING CLIPPER, 1948
Accession Number: 1984.187.121877F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from a 4 x 5 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1948. View of the capain's quarters aboard the FLYING CLIPPER. The FLYING CLIPPER was a C2 freighter, one of the standardized cargo-ship designs sponsored by the U.S. Maritime Commission.
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Score: 100% FLYING CLIPPER, interior view of captain's family's quarters, 1948
Accession Number: 1984.187.121877F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1948. The FLYING CLIPPER was a C2 freighter, one of the standardized cargo-ship designs sponsored by the U.S. Maritime Commission. [Log of Mystic Seaport, Autumn 1998, Volume 50, No.2.] Typed on original negative sleeve: "121877F / 10/3-4/48 / Isbrandtsen S/S Co / S/S Flying Clipper story / 5029".
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Score: 100% RAINBOW, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.67781F.23
8x10 gelatin silver prints from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1934. Image of 127.5' W. Starling Burgess designed, Herreshoff built J class sloop RAINBOW (built 1934 in Bristol, R.I.) undersail. Visible in image: port beam view of the J class cutter RAINBOW (J/5) on starboard close reach under marconi rigged mainsail, staysail and jib, vessel heeling slightly to show the deck and crew are visible, shoreline and vessel in background. 81. Stamped on back in ...
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Score: 100% YANKEE, sloop underway 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.40863F.3
11x14 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 9, 1930. Image of 126' George Lawley & Son Corp. J Class sloop YANKEE (built 1930 in Neponset, Mass.) underway. Visible in image: port bow view of the J Class sloop YANKEE running free before the wind under marconi rigged mainsail, genoa and spinnaker. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 63. Stamped on back: "PHOTO / STANLEY ROSENFELD".
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Score: 100% RAINBOW Launching, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.67321F.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 14, 1934. View of the 127.5' W. Starling Burgess designed, Herreshoff built J class sloop RAINBOW (built 1934 in Bristol, R.I.) being launched at the Herreshoff Yard, Bristol, RI. Visible in image: starboard quarter view of hull of RAINBOW (not yet rigged), seen partially afloat dressed with flags, with nine men on her deck dressed in raincoats and Souwester rain hats, several spectators ...
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Score: 100% Black Dawn, Sunrise at City Island, NY, ca. 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.62486F.7
11 x 14 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 nitrate negative photographed by Morris Rosenfeld circa 1932. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 74. Stamped on back in blue: "PHOTO BY / STANLEY ROSENFELD / MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23RD ST., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: 989-2404" and "62486" and embossed in lower left corner: "M. ROSENFELD / N.Y.". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.62486F.7 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 331143 ...
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Score: 100% VANITIE, cutter at 1914 America's Cup
Accession Number: 1984.187.1357S.17
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 6 x 8 glass plate negative photographed by Morris Rosenfeld in 1914. Image of 118' Burgess & Morgan designed and George Lawley & Son Corp. built cutter VANITIE (built 1914 in South Boston, Mass.) at 1914 America's Cup. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 37. Stamped on back in purple: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd St., N.Y., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: (212) 989-2404".
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Score: 100% FOTO III, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.61598F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 20, 1932. Image of 33' Kanno Boat Works built, Frederick Lord designed chase boat FOTO III (built 1929 at City Island, NY). Visible in image: port beam view of the motorboat FOTO (III) underway with Stanley Rosenfeld at the helm, bow number "2156", flying "R.C.2" flag at bow and American Yacht Ensign at stern, land in background.
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Score: 100% CHINOOK, NYYC 40 class boat undersail, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.48603F.2
11 x 14 gelatin silver print printed in January of 1955 from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons September 5, 1931. Image of 59' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Herreshoff built New York 40 class boat CHINOOK (built 1916 in Bristol, R.I.) under sail. Visible in image: cropped port quarter view of CHINOOK on starboard close reach under mainsail and clubfooted staysail heeled over, rails awash, stern reads: "CHINOOK, N.Y.", crewmember waves to camera.
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Score: 100% Working Schooners off City Island, circa 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.43414F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1930. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 49. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970", "COPYRIGHT / MORRIS ROSENFELD, N.Y." and "43414F".
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Score: 100% SHAMROCK V, 1930, print
Accession Number: 1984.187.42596F.5
10x8 gelatin silver printers print made by Rosenfeld and Sons. Image of Sir Thomas Lipton's 121' Charles W. Nicholson designed, Camper & Nicholson built J class sloop SHAMROCK V (built 1929 in Gosport, England) at 1930 America's Cup. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 70. Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD AND SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd ST., N.Y. 10011 / Phone: 989-2404".
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Score: 100% Riding a Swell, NADJI off Newport, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.41641F.14
11 x 14 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative, possibly a copy negative, photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1930. Image of 58.5' Cox & Stevens designed, Bath Iron Works built Seawanhaka Corinthian auxiliary schooner NADJI (built 1925 in Bath, Me.) on New York Yacht Club Cruise off Newport, R.I. Visible in image: starboard beam view of NADJI (SC12) running before the wind with the marconi-rigged mainsail, main staysail and fisherman's staysail, club-footed staysail and jib ...
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Score: 100% Riding a Swell, NADJI off Newport, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.41641F.4
8 x 10 gelatin silver print 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative, possibly a copy negative, photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1930. Image of 58.5' Cox & Stevens designed, Bath Iron Works built Seawanhaka Corinthian auxiliary schooner NADJI (built 1925 in Bath, Me.) on New York Yacht Club Cruise off Newport, R.I. Visible in image: starboard beam view of NADJI (SC12) running before the wind with the marconi-rigged mainsail, main staysail and fisherman's staysail, club-footed staysail and jib out to...
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Score: 100% ENTERPRISE Below Decks, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.42530F.5
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 13, 1930. Image of 121' Burgess & Morgan, Inc. designed, Herreshoff built J class sloop ENTERPRISE (built 1930 in Bristol, R.I.) interior. Visible in image: Interior view of the J-Class sloop ENTERPRISE. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 69. Handwritten on back: "ENTERPRISE - INTERIOR - 1930".
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Score: 100% ASTRILD, sail logo B H #8, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.47850F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1931. Image of 48' Herreshoff cutter ASTRILD (built 1903 in Bristol, RI) at Marblehead Race Week, Marblehead, MA. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "BH8 Astrild / Marblehead Race Week".
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Score: 100% Lightning Class Start at Larchmont Race Week, 1954
Accession Number: 1984.187.142247F
4x5 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in July of 1954. Image of Lightning class start at Larchmont Race Week off Larchmont, NY. Handwritten on negative sleeve: “July 1954 / LIGHTNING CLASS / START / neg loaned to David / 12/10” and stamped: "142247F / RACE WEEK 1954 / 5370".
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Score: 100% CLEOPATRA'S BARGE II, undersail, New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.93809F
Image of 109' Herreshoff auxiliary schooner yacht CLEOPATRA'S BARGE II (built 1916 in Bristol, RI) on NYYC Cruise. Visible in image: starboard beam view of CLEOPATRA'S BARGE II on starboard close reach under gaff-rigged main and foresails, topsails, fisherman's staysail, forestaysail, jib and flying jib with Francis B. Crowninshield's private signal- white square with golden crown in a black shield- flying from mainmast, New York Yacht Club burgee- blue triangle with red cross with white ...
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Score: 100% CIRRUS, ISC #28 and SHORTY III, ISC #5, Sound Interclubs racing, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.77304F
Image of 29' Charles D. Mower designed, Henry B. Nevins built Sound Interclub class boats JESTER, ALBERTA, BEE, CIRRUS and SHORTY III (built 1926 in City Island, NY) racing. Visible in image: starboard bow view of CIRRUS (ISC / 28) and SHORTY III (ISC / 5) on port close reaches heeled over, rail down under marconi-rigged mainsails and spinnakers, in background JESTER (ISC / 14)?, BEE (ISC / 21) to rear of boats in foreground and ALBERTA (ISC / 27) between CIRRUS and SHORTY III, land in far ...
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Score: 100% Wee Scot's and other classes at start, Larchmont Race Week, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.34675F
Image of nine 15' Thomas R. Scott designed, Milton Boat Yards built Wee Scots (built in Rye, NY after 1922), 16' Pirate class sloops ALERT, GALVEZ and one unidentified and 16' Herreshoff Bulls Eye class sloop BULL FINCH (built in Bristol, RI after 1914) rounding the mark at Larchmont Race Week off Larchmont, NY. Visible in image: cluster of boats; port beam views of Wee Scot (WS / 24), Wee Scot (WS), Wee Scot (WS / 90), Pirate class (skull & crossbones / 8), Wee Scot (WS / 57), BULL FINCH (1...
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Score: 100% Switchboards, central office, North Bergen, NJ, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.2751
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons. Interior view of the North Bergen, NJ, central telephone office. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "2751 / 220--11 / Bergen Central Office / Box 220".
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Score: 100% Governor Baldwin of Connecticut, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.54784F
View of Governor Baldwin of Connecticut (left), seen posed an unidentified Governor (center), and an unidentified man. Governor Baldwin is seen holding a box of cigars from the Hotel Lexington, while posed in front of a Connecticut photographic mural, depicting scenes of tobacco fields, the Harvard Yale boat Races, and an oval overlay of the state Capital building. This photograph is part of a series of images taken for hire by the Lexington Hotel, currently the Radisson Lexington Hotel in ...
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Score: 100% Governor Baldwin of Connecticut, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.54783F
View of Governor Baldwin of Connecticut, seen posed with serving knife, placing slice of ham onto a plate held by man, dressed like the hotel chef. Image taken in the Hotel Lexington, New York City, June 21, 1939. This photograph is part of a series of images taken for hire by the Lexington Hotel, currently the Radisson Lexington Hotel in the corner of 48th Street and Lexington Ave.
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Score: 100% Governor Baldwin of Connecticut, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.54782F
4 x 5 black-and-white negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 21, 1939. View of Governor Baldwin of Connecticut, seen standing with an unidentified man, in the Hotel Lexington, New York City, June 21, 1939. This photograph is part of a series of images taken for hire by the Lexington Hotel, currently the Radisson Lexington Hotel in the corner of 48th Street and Lexington Ave.
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Score: 100% Sea Sled Corporation, interior, West Mystic, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.26692
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 5, 1926. Interior view of the Hickman Sea Sled shop, West Mystic, CT. View of four completed sea sleds lined up in the shop, an unidentified worker is seen posed beside one of the vessels.
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Score: 100% Sea Sled Company, shop interior, West Mystic, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.26690
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 5, 1926. Interior view of the Hickman Sea Sled Company shop, located in West Mystic, CT. Overview of woodworking area where planks are seen being plained in a large plain-saw with a complex pulley system.
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Score: 100% Sea Sled Company, interior, West Mystic, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.26688
8 x 10 black-and-white negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 5, 1926. Interior view of the Hickman Sea Sled Company shop, West Mystic, CT. View of the construction process for the inverted V bottom of a sea sled.
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Score: 100% Sea Sled Company, interior, West Mystic, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.26687
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 5, 1926. Interior view of the Sea Sled Company Corporation shop, West Mystic, CT. Large sign hanging from wooden beams in shop reads: "POSITIVELY NO SMOKING IN THIS SHOP".
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Score: 100% Sea Sled Company, interior, West Mystic, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.26683
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 5, 1926. Interior view of the Sea Sled Corporation plant at West Mystic, CT. View of workers preparing to install the hard top on an incomplete hull, and two other workers fitting a piece to the front end of the hull.
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Score: 100% Sea sled lowered from shop at West Mystic, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.26680
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 5, 1926. View of sea sled (hull number 1187-J) being moved by crane from the interior of the Sea Sled Corporation plant, West Mystic, CT. Shop doors are open, giving a partial interior view.
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Score: 100% Sea Sled Company, interior, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24687
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 10, 1926. Interior view of the Hickman Sea Sled Company, West Mystic plant. View of workers and vessel hulls in various stages of construction.
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Score: 100% Sea Sled Corporation, interior, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24676
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 10, 1926. Interior view taken from the center of the Hickman Sea Sled Company shop, West Mystic, CT. Workers are pictured in action, seen in heavy work clothes, caps, and boots.
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Score: 100% Sea Sled Corporation, interior, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.24673
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 10, 1926. Interior view of the Hickman Sea Sled Company, plant at West Mystic, CT. Close up view of the construction process, recent worker appears to have been hammering wooden plugs into holes left by fastenings.
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Score: 100% ALICIA, #SS8, ALGOL, #SS2, and HALCYON, #SS5, Sound Schooners underway, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.12123F
Image of 41' Rice Brothers Sound schooners ALICIA (built 1912), ALGOL (built 1912) and HALCYON (built 1912) underway. Visible in image: starboard bow views of three schooners on close reach port tack from right to left: ALGOL (SS/2), HALCYON (SS/5) and ALICIA (SS/8), with gaff-rigged main and foresails and jibs raised, other sails and land in background. Typed on original negative sleeve: "12123-F" and handwritten: "SS 5 & SS2 / Halcyon Algol / Box 1067".
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Score: 100% LENA, NY30, #5, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.11314F
5x7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 1, 1923. Image of two New York 30' Herreshoff sloops undersail, starboard bow view on a close reach port tack, both have gaff-rigged main sails and jibs raised, burgees flying from mainmasts. Later names were: GOSSIP, YOLANDA, LENA, COCKATOO II, LENA again and COCKATOO II again.
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Score: 100% Commercial fishing on Long Island Sound, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.124003F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons during Larchmont Race Week, 1949. Men seen actively purse seine fishing, most likely Menhaden, from seine boats and striker boat. Crew were commonly hired from Virginia and Maryland areas to come fish the long Menhaden season, spanning the spring, summer, and fall seasons on Long Island Sound.
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Score: 100% Commercial fishing on Long Island Sound, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.124000F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons during Larchmont Race Week, 1949. Men seen actively purse seine fishing, most likely Menhaden, from seine boats and striker boat. Crew were commonly hired from Virginia and Maryland areas to come fish the long Menhaden season, spanning the spring, summer, and fall seasons on Long Island Sound.
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Score: 100% PHANTOM II, Yale-Harvard Race, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.123592F
4 x 5 Ansco Superpan Press nitrate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Harvard-Yale Boat Race, 1949. Port beam view of the motor yacht PHANTOM II (ex: SEASCAPE), heading up the Thames River, New London. PHANTOM II was owned by Frederick T. Bedford in 1949, and is seen here probably as a spectator for the boat races.
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Score: 100% SEA PUSS, New London, CT, 1947
Accession Number: 1984.187.117014F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in New London, CT, 1947. Starboard beam view of the motor yacht SEA PUSS, owned by John T. Pratt, Jr. in 1947. Handwritten on negative sleeve: "Sea Puss".
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Score: 100% SEA PUSS, New London, CT, 1947
Accession Number: 1984.187.117013F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in New London, CT, 1947. Starboard beam view of the motor yacht SEA PUSS, owned by John T. Pratt, Jr. in 1947. Handwritten on negative sleeve: "Sea Puss".
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Score: 100% SEA PUSS, New London, CT, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.75384F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in New London, CT, 1936. Port beam view of the motor yacht SEA PUSS, owned by John T. Pratt, Jr. in 1936. Handwritten on negative sleeve: "Sea Puss".
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Score: 100% SEA PUSS, New London, CT, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.75256F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in New London, CT, 1936. Starboard beam view of the motor yacht SEA PUSS, owned by John T. Pratt, Jr. in 1936. Printed on original negative sleeve: "75256F / Sea Puss / NEW LONDON / 1936 / 4256 / John T. Pratt, Jr.". Groton or New London shoreline in background.
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Score: 100% TARA, New London, CT, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.46175F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons off of New London, Connecticut at the time of the New London Race June 18, 1931. Port quarter view of the Herreshoff designed and built commuter yacht, TARA (ex: WASTEENA and VASANTA). TARA was a well-known Herreshoff commuter, built in 1920 for the yachtsman Henry L. Maxwell, of New York.
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Score: 100% NOURMAHAL, New London, CT, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.46121F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on the Thames River, New London, CT, 1931. Vessel probably seen entering harbor as a spectator for the Harvard-Yale Boat Race. Stamped on original negative sleeve: "46121F / NEW LONDON - 1931".
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Score: 100% BAMBALINA III, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.42605F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in September, 1930. Port beam view of the motor yacht, BAMBALINA III, seen underway. Vessel was designed by Alfred E. Luders, and built at Luders Marine Construction Company, Stamford, CT, 1929.
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Score: 100% BAMBALINA III, underway, starboard bow view, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.42604F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in September, 1930. Starboard beam view of the motor yacht, BAMBALINA III, seen underway. Vessel was designed by Alfred E. Luders, and built at Luders Marine Construction Company, Stamford, Connecticut in 1929.
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Score: 100% STROLLER, New London, CT, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.40178FA
5 x 7 Kodak safety copy negative made by Rosenfeld and Sons, of a print signed by Morris Rosenfeld. Starboard beam view of the motor yacht SROLLER, seen cruising down the Thames River, in New London, CT. Stamped on original negative sleeve: "40178FA / NEW LONDON RACES 1930".
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Score: 100% SCARAMOUCHE, overview, Yale-Harvard Race, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.12362F
5 x 7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Harvard-Yale Boat Races, June 20, 1924. SCARAMOUCHE was a 62' express cruiser built and designed by Consolidated Ship Building Corporation of Morris Heights, New York in 1923. Her owner in 1924 was H.N. Slater. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "12362F / Yale-Harvard Race 1924 / Scaramouche / Box 1086".
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Score: 100% ORLO III at Detroit Races, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.7098F
Port beam view of the Mystic, CT, built sea sled ORLO III, underway at high speed. ORLO III was designed by Albert Hickman, and built at the Hickman Sea Sled Co., in West Mystic, CT, 1921. PHOTOGRAPHS - GLASS NEGATIVES 1984.187.7098F glass negative Rosenfeld and Sons 330827 m330827-t.jpg ORLO III at Detroit Races, 1921 USA, MI, Detroit Detroit (Mich.),
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Score: 100% Cresting Sea, schooner FLYING FISH, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.41642F.10
11 x 14 composite gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1930. Image of 58.5' Cox & Stevens designed, Bath Iron Works built Seawanhaka Corinthian One design schooner FLYING FISH (built 1925 in Bath, Me.) Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970", "COPYRIGHT / MORRIS ROSENFELD, N.Y." and "41642F".
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Score: 100% WEETAMOE, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.41640F.9
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1930. Image of 126' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Herreshoff built J class sloop WEETAMOE (built 1930 in Bristol, R.I.) at the New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1930 on Block Island Sound. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 65. Stamped on back in purple: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd St., N.Y., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE:...
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Score: 100% WHIRLWIND, J class sloop undersail, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39951F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons, on June 16, 1930. Image of 130' Herreshoff designed, George Lawley & Son, Corp. built J class sloop WHIRLWIND (built 1930 in S. Boston, Mass.) undersail. Visible in image: zoomed in starboard beam view of the J Class sloop WHIRLWIND on a port close-hauled tack under mainsail and genoa, "WHIRLWIND / NEW YORK" painted on side, crew lying down on deck at stern. For more information see: A CENTURY ...
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Score: 100% WHIRLWIND, WEETAMOE, and ENTERPRISE, J boats underway, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39945F.1
Image of 130' Herreshoff designed, George Lawley & Son, Corp. built J class sloop WHIRLWIND (built 1930 in S. Boston, Mass.), 126' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Herreshoff built J class sloop WEETAMOE (built 1930 in Bristol, R.I.) and 121' Burgess & Morgan, Inc. designed, Herreshoff built J class sloop ENTERPRISE (built 1930 in Bristol, R.I.) underway. Visible in image: port beam views of J Boats (left to right), WHIRLWIND, WEETAMOE, and ENTERPRISE on starboard close reach under marconi ...
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Score: 100% Dawn Under Mackerel Sky, circa 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39421F.3
Image of boats including: 33' Frederick K. Lord designed, Kanno Boat Works built motor launch FOTO III (built 1929 in City Island, NY) and 32' Red Bank Yacht Works dory FOTO (built 1920 in Red Bank, N.J.) moored in City Island, NY under a foggy dawn sky. Scenic view of boats moored at dawn under a Mackerel sky (a sky filled with rows of cirrocumulus or small altocumulus clouds), the two power boats seen moored on the right are the Rosenfeld boats, the one more to the left is FOTO (I) with ...
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Score: 100% TUSITALA Under Tow, 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.16964FCN
Original print was from a 5 x 7 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1925. View of the three masted ship TUSITALA, seen under tow by FEDERAL NO. Thick black smoke is seen billowing out of the tugboats smoke stack across the upper portion of this image.
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Score: 100% TUSITALA Under Tow, 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.16964F.1
View of the three masted ship TUSITALA, seen under tow by FEDERAL NO. Thick black smoke is seen billowing out of the tugboats smoke stack across the upper portion of this image. She sailed by the Farrell Lines, and underwent several name changes before TUSITALA in 1925, a Samoan word meaning "teller of tales".
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Score: 100% TUSITALA, ship under tow returning to port of New York, 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.16962F.6
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from 5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1925. View of the three masted ship TUSITALA under tow, while sails remain full in a light wind. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 50. Written on back: "Tusitala / 16962F".
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Score: 100% TUSITALA, ship under tow returning to port of New York, 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.16962F.5
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, cropped vertically, with added clouds from 5 x 7 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1925. Image of 260.4' Robert Steele & Co. three-masted ship TUSITALA (built 1883 in Greenock, Scotland) under tow returning to port of New York. Visible in image: port bow view of ship TUSITALA under tow, while the fore, main and mizzen courses, upper and lower topsails, topgallants and royals, and staysail, inner, outer and flying jibs remain ...
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Score: 100% TUSITALA, ship underway 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.16961F.11
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1925. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 51. NOTE: Clouds were added to this image in the printing process, original glass negative has no clouds, 4 x 5 copy negative of this image on file, with clouds. Stamped: "COPYRIGHTED, / MORRIS ROSENFELD, N.Y." and in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y.C. / ...
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Score: 100% TUSITALA, ship underway 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.16961F.10
8 x 10 gelatin silver print (with matte finish and warm tones), printed from a 5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 3, 1925. View of the fully rigged ship, TUSITALA, seen just as she dips behind a swell, which rises higher than her decks. She sailed by the Farrell Lines, and underwent several name changes before TUSITALA in 1925, a Samoan word meaning "teller of tales".
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Score: 100% MICCO, ketch at Newport -Bermuda Race 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.12290F.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 14, 1924. Image of 51' Ralph M. Monroe designed, A.C. Brown built auxiliary ketch MICCO (built 1891 in Staten Island, N.Y.) at Newport-Bermuda Race [a four to six day excursion]. Handwritten on back: "Micco Bermuda Race 6/21/24", stamped in purple: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd St., N.Y., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: (212) 989-2404".
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Score: 100% ELIZABETH ANN HOWARD from deck of HENRY FORD, Gloucester fishing schooners at 1922 Fisherman's Race
Accession Number: 1984.187.9209F.3
Image of 148.66' Thomas F. McManus designed, Frank C. Adams built fishing schooner ELIZABETH ANN HOWARD (built 1916 in E. Boothbay, Me.) from the deck of the 139' Thomas F. McManus designed, James Yard built Gloucester fishing schooner HENRY FORD (built in 1922 in Essex, Mass.) at the 1922 Fishermen's Race off Gloucester, Mass. Visible in image: starboard beam view of ELIZABETH ANN HOWARD on starboard close-hauled tack with gaff-rigged mainsail, foresail, staysail and jib raised, deck view of...
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Score: 100% HENRY FORD, fishing schooner deck view at 1923 International Fishermen's Race
Accession Number: 1984.187.9191F.15
View of the deck of the fishing schooner HENRY FORD racing at the International Fishermen's Race. HENRY FORD was designed by Tom McManus, and built by Marion J. Cooney in Essex, MA 1922. She was designed to challenge BLUENOSE for the Dennis Cup (International Fishermen Race).
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Score: 100% HENRY FORD, fishing schooner deck view at 1923 International Fishermen's Race
Accession Number: 1984.187.9191F.5
Image of 139' Thomas F. McManus designed, James Yard built Gloucester fishing schooner HENRY FORD (built in 1922 in Essex, Mass.) deck view at 1923 International Fishermen's Race. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 47. Pencil note on back: "1923[sic] Deck of Henry Ford" and stamped on back in blue: "COPYRIGHT / MORRIS ROSENFELD, N.Y.", in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone ...
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Score: 100% The Highball Express, 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.4263FA.1
5 x 7 gelatin silver print made from a 5 x 7 glass plate negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 29, 1920. Yachting party observing the International Cup Races of 1920 in an Aeromarine, or converted Curtiss 5FL. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 43. Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% OHONKARA, SONNICA and DERVISH, NYYC Start Schooners, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.4221S.5
View of 100' Herreshoff schooner OHONKARA (built 1920 in Bristol, RI), 114' Lawley & Son built, Arthur Binney design schooner SONNICA (built 1906 in S. Boston, Mass.), and 85' Lawley & Son built, Tams, Lemoine & Crane design schooner DERVISH (built 1906 in S. Boston, Mass.) seen at the start of the New York Yacht Club cruise. Visible in image: port beam views of three schooners running free before the wind under gaff-rigged main and foresails, topsails, main staysails, and genoa jibs, ...
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Score: 100% SHAMROCK IV, cutter deck view, off Sandy Hook 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.4138F.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from a 5 x 7 soft negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 24, 1920. Port sided deck view of the cutter SHAMROCK IV. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 41. Stamped on back in purple: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd St., N.Y., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: (212) 989-2404".
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Score: 100% CUMBERLAND QUEEN, four-masted schooner at 1921 Knickerbocker Yacht Club Regatta
Accession Number: 1984.187.4101S.1
Image of 179' C. Robinson and J.N. Pugsley built four masted schooner CUMBERLAND QUEEN (built 1919 in Diligent River, Nova Scotia) under sail off Block Island at the 1921 Knickerbocker Yacht Club Regatta. Visible in image: starboard bow view of the 4 masted schooner CUMBERLAND QUEEN on starboard beam reach tack with her gaff-rigged fore, main, mizzen and spanker sails and topsails, club-footed staysail, inner, outer and flying jibs raised, her name is painted on bow. Stamped on back in blue...
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Score: 100% REOLUTE at America's Cup trial races, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.1221S.11
11x14 gelatin silver print from 6 x 8 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915 off Larchmont Yacht Club. Image of 106.25' Herreshoff cutter RESOLUTE (built 1914 in Bristol, R.I.) at the America's Cup trial races. This image was taken at the America's Cup Trial races, the actual Cup race was postponed due to World War I, and resumed in 1920, which was the last race with the more traditional gaff rigs and large topsails seen here.
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Score: 100% DEFENDER in Dry Dock, 1895
Accession Number: Y.1984.187.1109.19
11 x 14 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by Charles Edwin Bolles in the Erie Basin, Brooklyn, NY, 1895. Visible in image: starboard quarter view of cutter in dry dock, men on deck, on stairs down to bottom of dry dock, and in punts, the water is almost all drained. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 23. Stamped on back in blue: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. ...
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Score: 100% CONSTITUTION and COLUMBIA, cutters at America's Cup trial, 1901
Accession Number: Y.1984.187.671.8
11 x 14 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by Charles Edwin Bolles, in an early Cup trial, 1901. View of 132' Herreshoff cutter CONSTITUTION (built 1901 in Bristol, R.I.) and 132' Herreshoff cutter COLUMBIA (built 1899 in Bristol, R.I.). Visible in image: port beam view of COLUMBIA (foreground) and CONSTITUTION on down wind tacks under sail with mainsail, topsails, jibs and spinnakers set, land and spectator boats in background. For more information see: A ...
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Score: 100% ATHLON, sloop underway 1884
Accession Number: Y.1984.187.373.2
Image of 64.5833' J.F. Mumms compromise sloop ATHLON (built 1884 in South Brooklyn, NY). Visible in image: port beam view of the compromise sloop ATHLON on starboard broad reach under full sail: gaff-rigged mainsail, main topsail, staysail and jib, flying Edwin B. Havens' private signal: blue swallow tail with white triangle and calligraphy H- on mainmast and American Yacht Ensign from mainsail, land in background. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld...
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Score: 100% SHAMROCK II and COLUMBIA, cutters at America's Cup races, 1901
Accession Number: B.1984.187.913.2
built, George L. Watson designed cutter SHAMROCK II (built 1901 in Dumbarton on Leven, Scotland) and 132' Herreshoff cutter COLUMBIA (built 1899 in Bristol, R.I.) at America's Cup races. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 31. Handwritten on back: "BEFORE START - FINAL RACE - Shamrock II and Columbia 1901". Stamped twice on back in blue: "PHOTO BY / STANLEY ROSENFELD / MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23RD ST., N.Y...
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Score: 100% COLUMBIA and SHAMROCK, 1899, print
Accession Number: B.1984.187.896.3
. Also stamped: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST.N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970". For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 26. Note: This print is in the format of the original negative. Image is printed in A CENTURY UNDER SAIL horizontally, and cropped across the upper sails.
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Score: 100% AMERICA, schooner circa 1893
Accession Number: B.1984.187.651.3
11 x 14 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by James Burton circa 1893. Visible in image: starboard quarter view of the schooner, AMERICA (B/23) on port close reach under gaff-rigged mainsail, foresail, main topsail, fisherman's staysail, fore topsail, fore staysail, jib and flying jib, eagle on stern, sloop to port (27), another schooner off bow. Stamped on back in blue: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. 10038 / ...
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Score: 100% DEFENDER Under Spinnaker, 1895
Accession Number: B.1984.187.642.10
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by James Burton in 1895. Image of 123' Herreshoff cutter DEFENDER (built 1895 in Bristol, RI) at America's Cup of New York/ New Jersey coast. Visible in image: starboard beam view of the America's Cup defender, DEFENDER on port broad reach under 13,500 square feet of sail: spinnaker, balloon jib, jib, gaff-rigged mainsail, and club topsail, spectator fleet in background: photographers boat seen in area under her ...
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Score: 100% RELIANCE, cutter at 1903 America's Cup race
Accession Number: B.1984.187.597.2
Image of 143' Herreshoff cutter RELIANCE (built 1903 in Bristol, R.I.) and 287' Scott SB&Engine, Ltd. steam yacht ERIN (built 1896) during the America's Cup races. Visible in image: bow view of RELIANCE seen wing and wing, displaying her 16,160 square feet of sail- gaff-rigged mainsail, topsail, staysail, jib and spinnaker- steam yacht ERIN seen in background. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 32. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld ...
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Score: 100% SHAMROCK and ERIN, circa 1899
Accession Number: B.1984.187.566.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by James Burton in 1899. Image of 128' William Fife, Jr. designed, Thornycroft built cutter SHAMROCK (built 1899 in Millwall on Thames, England) and 287' Scott S.B. & Eng. steam yacht ERIN (built 1896) underway at the 1899 America's Cup challenge. Visible in image: port bow view of the cutter SHAMROCK on port broad reach under mainsail, staysail, jib and flying jib, the crew is on bowsprit, up mast and on deck ...
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Score: 100% Nathanael Greene Herreshoff, 1894
Accession Number: B.1984.187.443.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by James Burton in 1894. View of Nathanael Herreshoff and two unidentified men standing on the deck of an unidentified vessel (appears to be a working schooner). CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, James Burton photographer.
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Score: 100% IROQUOIS, circa 1886
Accession Number: B.1984.187.131.1
Image of 96.25' Harlan and Hollingsworth Corp. built, A. Cary Smith designed schooner IROQUOIS (built 1886 in Wilmington, Del.) underway. Visible in image: port beam view of the steel hulled schooner IROQUOIS on starboard close reach with gaff-rigged mainsail and foresail, main and foretopsails, staysail, jib and flying jib raised, carved bow decorations. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 19. Stamped on back in blue: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS /...
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Score: 100% EMERALD, schooner under sail 1893
Accession Number: B.1984.187.56.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by James Burton in 1893. Image of 112 ft. Samuel L. Moore & Co. built, Henry Wintringham designed schooner EMERALD (built 1893) under sail. Visible in image: starboard beam view of the schooner EMERALD (B7) on port close reach tack with gaff-rigged mainsail, foresail, topsails, staysail, jib and flying jib raised.
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Score: 100% Cup Yachts Hauled Out in Erie Basin, 1893
Accession Number: A.1984.187.69.1
11 x 14 inch gelatin silver print from 4 x 5 glass plate negative photographed by Arthur F. Aldridge in Erie Basin, Brooklyn, NY, 1893. On left is the 105' John B. Paine designed, Lawley built sloop yacht JUBILEE (built 1893 in S. Boston, Mass.) and the 126' Herreshoff cutter COLONIA (built 1893 in Bristol, RI) is on the right. Handwritten on back of photograph: "Colonia + Jubilee[crossed out] / Jubilee + Colonia / 1893 / Colonia Herreshoff design - syndicate - Rogers - J. Puesib Nirgab - ...
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Score: 100% COLUMBIA, 1958
Accession Number: 1984.187.161415F.29.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from a 35mm negative, taken by Rosenfeld and Sons during the 1958 America's Cup Races. View of Rod Stephens Jr. on the spinnaker pole of COLUMBIA. Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Rod Stephens standing on COLUMBIA's spinnaker pole, America's Cup, 1958
Accession Number: 1984.187.161415F.29
35mm black and white negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the 1958 America's Cup Races from September 20th to the 26th off Newport, Rhode Island. View of Rod Stephens Jr., COLUMBIA's sail expert, standing on the spinnaker pole of COLUMBIA. COLUMBIA was a 69' 12 meter sloop, sail #US16, designed by Olin Stephens and built by Henry Nevins of City Island in 1958 and was chosen was chosen as the America's Cup defender that year.
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Score: 100% Tydol-Veedol truck, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44964.1
Image of Tydol-Veedol truck, copy of photograph at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: side view of a Tydol-Veedol truck, owned by the Tide Water Oil Company of New York. Truck door reads: "TIDE WATER / OIL COMPANY / NEW YORK".
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Score: 100% Tydol-Veedol truck, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.44964
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 19, 1935. Image of Tydol-Veedol truck, copy of photograph at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: side view of a Tydol-Veedol truck, owned by the Tide Water Oil Company of New York.
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Score: 100% J. G. Bennett Steam Yacht Cup
Accession Number: B.1984.187.395.1
Posed view of the J. G. Bennett Steam Yacht Cup. Silver cup with relief image of steam yachts crossing open waters, flanked by mermaid figures. Stamped on back in purple: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd St., N.Y., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: (212) 989-2404".
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Score: 100% Eleanor Tennant and Marion Zinderstern, Tennis Champions at Sea Bright, New Jersey, 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.4392F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in Sea Bright, NJ, 1920. View of competitive tennis players, Eleanor Tennant, and Marion Zinderstein. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "43927F / Tennis at Sea Bright, N.J. / Miss Eleanor Tennant + / Miss Marion Zinderstein / Box 558".
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Score: 100% Captain Ben Pine on GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.43344F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons, off Gloucester, MA, in October 1930. Posed view of Captain Benjamin Pine at the wheel of the fishing schooner GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD. Typed on original negative sleeve: "43344F / Fishermans Race Gloucester 1930 / Capt Ben Pine at the Wheel of his boat / the Gertrude L. Thiebout [sic]".
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Score: 100% Fitting out -- splicing rope, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.87028F
4 x 5 Agfa safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1938. View of a sailor's hands, seen splicing rope. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Fitting Out / Splicing Rope".
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Score: 100% BARUNA, starboard beam view undersail on Long Island Sound, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.87220F
7x5 Agfa safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons May 21, 1938 on Long Island Sound. BARUNA was a 72' yawl built in 1938 by the Quincy Adams Yacht Yard of Quincy, Massachusetts from designs by Sparkman & Stephens. Notation of prints possibly sent by Rosenfeld and Sons to the following: "R" (RUDDER magazine) and "Y"(YACHTING magazine).
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Score: 100% GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD, Gloucester, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.90381F
5 x 7 Agfa safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons, off Gloucester, 1938. Starboard quarter view of the fishing schooner GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD under sail. This was the last official race held, and GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD sailed against BLUENOSE in the best of 5 races.
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Score: 100% TAZHA, YT-147, U.S. Navy Yard Tug, underway, New York, 1941
Accession Number: 1984.187.101232F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 13, 1941. Port beam view of the U.S. Navy tugboat TAZHIA (YT 147). She was built by Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation, Bronx, NY and commissioned by the U.S. Navy.
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Score: 100% TAZHA, YT-147, U.S. Navy Yard Tug, underway, New York, 1941
Accession Number: 1984.187.101232F
Port beam view of the U.S. Navy tugboat TAZHIA (YT 147). Typed on original negative sleeve: "6/13/41 / Consldated [sic] Shipbuilding Corp / U S Navy Tug YT-147". PHOTOGRAPHS - SOFT NEGATIVES 1984.187.101232F black-and -white negative Rosenfeld and Sons 329876 m329877-t.jpg TAZHA, YT-147, U.S. Navy Yard Tug, underway, New York, 1941 USA, NY, New York, Bronx Tugboats,United States.
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Score: 100% PC 563 underway, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.104250F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 11, 1942. Starboard beam view of the PC-461 Class Submarine Chaser, PC 563. Stamped on back in blue oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST.N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Nathanael G. Herreshoff Trophy, 1963
Accession Number: 1984.187.175909FA
5 x 7 Kodak safety copy negative, retouched from original negative 1984.187.175909F. Bowl reads: "'The Nathanael G. Herreshoff Trophy' / FOR / OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION / TO / NORTH AMERICAN SAILING / AWARDED BY / NORTH AMERICAN YACHT RACING UNION". Typed on original negative sleeve: "10/18/63 / National Assoc. of Engine & Boat Mfgrs / Joe Choate / Retouched copy negative of / The Nathaniel [sic] G. Herreshoff Trophy".
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Score: 100% Western Electric Company delivery truck, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35897.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 8, 1929. Side view of a delivery truck with a writing on side reading: "Western Electric Company / KEARNY, N.J.". Truck number on door "4", and Goodyear tires visible. Typed on original negative sleeve: "36897 / 8/8/29 / WECo-110 Central Ave - Kearny, NJ / Mr. GMBonnell / Truck at Kearny, NJ".
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Score: 100% Western Electric Company delivery truck, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36763.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 29, 1929. Side view of a delivery truck with a writing on side reading: "Western Electric Company / KEARNY, N.J.". Truck number on door "7", and Goodyear tires visible. Typed on original negative sleeve: "36763 / 11/29/29 / WECo-110 Central Ave - Kearny, NJ / Mr. GMBonnell / Photo at Kearny, NJ".
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Score: 100% BARUNA, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.89126F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1938. [Note: sail number seen here is 73, BARUNA typically sailed as number 98]. BARUNA was designed by Sparkman and Stephens (design #222). Stamped on back in blue: "PHOTO BY / STANLEY ROSENFELD / MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23RD ST., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: 989-2404".
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Score: 100% Test firing a torpedo, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.103415F.1
5x7 gelatin silver print from 4 x 5 Kodak safety copy negative photographed from a positive movie film by Rosenfeld and Sons, taken for the Elco Naval Division, in Bayonne, New Jersey, February 26, 1942. Image is grainy, as negative was copied from a Rosenfeld movie film, (now housed in Mystic Seaport's Film and Video department). Handwritten on back: "2-16". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Test firing a torpedo, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.103415F
Image is grainy, as negative was copied from a Rosenfeld movie film, (now housed in Mystic Seaport's Film and Video department). Stamped on original negative sleeve: "103415F / ELECTRIC BOAT COMPANY / ELCO NAVAL DIVISION / BAYONNE, N.J.". NOTE: Original movie film is housed at Mystic Seaport in the Film and Video Department. PHOTOGRAPHS - SOFT NEGATIVES 1984.187.103415F copy negative; safety negative Rosenfeld and Sons 329861 m329862-t.jpg Test firing a torpedo, 1942 USA, NJ, Bayonne ...
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Score: 100% LCT 406 (Landing Class Tank) with crew, 1944
Accession Number: 1984.187.107513F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 10, 1944. View of the Landing Class Tank boat 406 (LCT 406). Typed on original negative sleeve: "1/10/44 / Copy of photo of LCI [crossed out] LCT boat".
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Score: 100% LCT 406 (Landing Class Tank) with crew, 1944
Accession Number: 1984.187.107513F
5 x 7 Defender copy safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 10, 1944. Typed on original negative sleeve: "1/10/44 / Copy of photo of LCI [crossed out] LCT boat". PHOTOGRAPHS - SOFT NEGATIVES 1984.187.107513F copy negative Rosenfeld and Sons 329859 m329860-t.jpg LCT 406 (Landing Class Tank) with crew, 1944 United States.
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Score: 100% CHANTEYMAN, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.124480F.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons during the New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1949. CHANTEYMAN was built by Mill River Boat Works in 1935, and designed by Elwood Sprague. Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% DAME PATTIE, 1967
Accession Number: 1984.187.183619F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons off Newport, RI, 1967. Port quarter view of the 12 meter sloop DAME PATTIE (KA 2), seen under sail at the America's Cup Trial races. DAME PATTIE was an Australian, 1967 America's Cup challenger against INTREPID.
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Score: 100% McCullough & Olin Stephens with tow tank model of VALIANT, 1969
Accession Number: 1984.187.187634.8.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print, made from a 35 mm Kodak Tri X Pan black and white negative. View of Robert McCullough and Olin Stephens, seen overseeing the tow tank model demonstration of the 12 meter sloop VALIANT. Olin Stephens is the yacht designer, Robert McCullough was the syndicate head of VALIANT in its America's Cup trial race in 1970.
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Score: 100% 12 Meter, VALIANT, 1970
Accession Number: 1984.187.188138F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in 1970. Sail numbers read "US 24". Seen here at the America's Cup trial races. Stamped on back in blue: "PHOTO BY / STANLEY ROSENFELD / MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23RD ST., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: 989-2404".
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Score: 100% 12 Meter, VALIANT, 1970
Accession Number: 1984.187.188138F
3 3/4 x 2 1/2 inch black and white negative, taken by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld at the America's Cup trial races in 1970. Port beam view of the 12 meter sloop VALIANT under sail. Sail numbers read "US 24". VALIANT was a US America's Cup 1970 potential defender.
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Score: 100% International Trophy, World's Motor Boat Championship, 1967
Accession Number: 1984.187.183331F
Trophy reads: "INTERNATIONAL / TROPHY / WORLD'S / MOTOR BOAT / CHAMPIONSHIP". The plaque in mounted to the base of the trophy reads: "INTERNATIONAL TEAM PRIZE / PREDICTED LOG CONTEST / AMERICAN POWER BOAT ASSOCIATION". Typed on original negative sleeve: "HA Bruno & Assoc. Bill Love / International Team Prize / Predicted Log Contest".
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Score: 100% Commodore's Cup, photographed at the New York Yacht Club, 1966
Accession Number: 1984.187.183031F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1966. View of the New York Yacht Club Commodore's Cup trophy. The two silver plates most visible read: "WON BY / KARINA / ROBERT E. TODD / AUGUST 13, 1911"; and "WON BY / SCHOONER / KATOURA / ROBERT E. TODD / SEPTEMBER 13, 1915".
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Score: 100% PLEIONE, 1954
Accession Number: 1984.187.142509F.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1954. Starboard beam view of the schooner PLEIONE (F 1) under sail. PLEIONE was Herreshoff built and designed.
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Score: 100% Beach scene, Long Branch, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35841.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 31, 1929. Beach scene at Long Branch, NJ. Five women seen posed under two large beach umbrellas with large spectator crowd surrounding.
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Score: 100% Beach scene, Long Branch, NJ, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35841
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 31, 1929. Beach scene at Long Branch, NJ. Typed on original negative: "35841 / 7/31/29 / WECo - 110 Central Ave-Kearn, NJ / Mr. CMBonnell / Long Branch, NJ".
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Score: 100% HOPE, 1896
Accession Number: Y.1984.187.470.1
8 x 10 contact print from a negative taken by Charles Edwin Bolles in 1896. Handwritten on back: "Arthur Iselin Hugenot / Hope Y470". [This identification is not on original negative, but would indicate this is Arthur Iselin sailing at the Hugenot Yacht Club, New Rochelle, NY -- if this information was correctly identified here by the Rosenfeld's].
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Score: 100% Auto racer at the Garden Bowl, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51246.1
Posed view of a midget racing car and driver (#5). Seen in a paved stadium in New Jersey, possibly the Long Branch Speedway or the Olympic Park Stadium in Newark. According to Fred Hahn's web research at newjerseydirtracing.com, Long Branch Speedway had a 1/5 mile paved oval that was formerly a dog track, but the corresponding race date is 6/25/37. Mr. Hahn also states Olympic Park Stadium, in Newark, NJ, raced the first east coast midget race in 6/10/34 on a paved track, but does not list ...
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Score: 100% Midget auto racer at the Garden Bowl, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.51246
Posed view of a midget racing car and driver (#5). Seen in a paved stadium in New Jersey, possibly the Long Branch Speedway or the Olympic Park Stadium in Newark. According to Fred Hahn's web research at newjerseydirtracing.com, Long Branch Speedway had a 1/5 mile paved oval that was formerly a dog track, but the corresponding race date is 6/25/37. Mr. Hahn also states Olympic Park Stadium, in Newark, NJ, raced the first east coast midget race in 6/10/34 on a paved track, but does not list ...
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Score: 100% DELPHINE IV, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.68957F.2
5x8 gelatin silver print from 5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 4, 1934. Port beam view of the 25' Dodge Boat Works runabout DELPHINE IV (built 1925) under way. Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y.C. / BEEKMAN 2850 / Negative No ___" and handwritten: "68957F".
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Score: 100% RE-PETER, Comet Class, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.124132F.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Larchmont Races, June 23, 1949. Starboard beam view of the comet class sloop RE-PETER (#1425). Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% INTREPID, 1967
Accession Number: 1984.187.183427F.4
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1967. Stamped on back in blue: "PHOTO BY / STANLEY ROSENFELD / MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23RD ST., N.Y. 10011 / PHONE: 989-2404". She was designed by Olin Stephens, plus had a new design added by Dick Carter of Boston who added a flap on the trailing edge of a shortened keel for stability.
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Score: 100% ARABELLA, ketch at sea, 1954
Accession Number: 1984.187.142568F.2
5 x 7 gelatin silver print Season's Greetings card from 4 x 5 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at the New York Yacht Club Cruise in 1954. Port beam quarter view of the 46' Sparkman & Stephens ketch ARABELLA (#270) (built 1937) under full sail with spinnaker set. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Central Palace Theater Boat Show, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33802.1
Port bow view of a 38' Chris Craft seen cradled at a motor boat show in the Grand Central Palace Theater, NY. The Grand Central Palace Theater was located at 7th Ave. and 47th St. NY. In 1950's it showed live theater, but by 1960-1965 was a movie theater again.
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Score: 100% Motion picture camera in use on automobile, NY, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44081.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 16, 1934. These cameras quickly replaced the Vitaphone process, as they recorded sound at the same time as the image recording, adding practicality for outdoor filming and opened doors for news agencies to do on site coverage. This camera produced a print with picture and sound combined on one piece of film.
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Score: 100% Indian Motorcycle, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44505.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in their New York City studio, October 8, 1934. Studio portrait of an Indian Motorcycle, side view. Handwritten on back: "SUTTON NEWS SERVICE 10/8/34". Original negative 1984.187.44505.
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Score: 100% GROOTE BEER, Dutch Barge, 1953
Accession Number: 1984.187.137428F.2
Starboard beam view of the Dutch barge GROOTE BEER at sail. GROOTE BEER was built in Huizen, Netherlands, by H.W. DeVoogt & Zoon, 1941. Caption taped to back, typed on paper: "RUNNING BEFORE THE WIND - Lee board down, white water at her foot, the 'Groote Beer' shows her speed under sail.
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Score: 100% New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1946
Accession Number: 1984.187.114519F.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1947. Stern view of the vessels COURANTE (sloop), DJINN (cutter), and GYPSY (sloop), reaching with spinnakers set. DJINN was originally named ACTAEA, and is a 61' cutter, designed by Sparkman & Stephens, and built by Nevins Yard in 1938.
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Score: 100% Bear Mountain Race trophies, Colonial YC, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28300.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 14, 1927. View of four trophies for the Heilner Cup, or Bear Mountain Race, sponsored by the Corinthian Yacht Club. Trophies read (as standing left to right): "COLONIAL YACHT CLUB / BEAR MOUNTAIN RACE / 1927 / FIRST PRIZE / WON BY"; (next trophy, larger) "HEILNER TROPHY / BEAR MOUNTAIN RACE / COLONIAL YACHT / CLUB"; "COLONIAL YACHT CLUB / BEAR MOUNTAIN RACE / 1927 / SECOND PRIZE / WON BY"; (and last trophy to far right) ...
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Score: 100% Bear Mountain Race trophies, Colonial YC, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.28300
8 x 10 soft negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 14, 1927. View of four trophies for the Heilner Cup, or Bear Mountain Race, sponsored by the Corinthian Yacht Club. Trophies read (as standing left to right): "COLONIAL YACHT CLUB / BEAR MOUNTAIN RACE / 1927 / FIRST PRIZE / WON BY"; (next trophy, larger) "HEILNER TROPHY / BEAR MOUNTAIN RACE / COLONIAL YACHT / CLUB"; "COLONIAL YACHT CLUB / BEAR MOUNTAIN RACE / 1927 / SECOND PRIZE / WON BY"; (and last trophy to far right) "COLONIAL ...
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Score: 100% Western Electric Company delivery truck, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35897
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 8, 1929. Side view of aSide view of a delivery truck with a writing on side reading: "Western Electric Company / KEARNY, N.J.". Truck number on door "4", and Goodyear tires visible. Typed on original negative sleeve: "36897 / 8/8/29 / WECo-110 Central Ave - Kearny, NJ / Mr. GMBonnell / Truck at Kearny, NJ".
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Score: 100% Western Electric Company delivery truck, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.36763
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 29, 1929. Side view of a delivery truck with a writing on side reading: "Western Electric Company / KEARNY, N.J.". Truck number on door "7", and Goodyear tires visible. Typed on original negative sleeve: "36763 / 11/29/29 / WECo-110 Central Ave - Kearny, NJ / Mr. GMBonnell / Photo at Kearny, NJ".
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Score: 100% Motion picture camera in use on automobile, NY, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44081
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 16, 1934. These cameras quickly replaced the Vitaphone process, as they recorded sound at the same time as the image recording, adding practicality for outdoor filming and opened doors for news agencies to do on site coverage. This camera produced a print with picture and sound combined on one piece of film.
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Score: 100% Indian Motorcycle, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44505
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in their New York City studio, October 8, 1934. Studio portrait of an Indian Motorcycle, side view. Typed on original negative sleeve: "44505 / 10/8/34 / Sutton News Service 424 Mad Ave, City / Copy of photo of motorcycle at studio".
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Score: 100% Indian motorcycle being towed by automobile, NYC, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44258
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 25, 1934. View of an unidentified automobile type, registration number 7c985, Pennsylvania markers; seen towing an Indian Motorcycle (Motoplane model). Typed on original negative sleeve: "44258 / 6/25/34 / Sutton News Service / 424 Mad Ave, City / Mr Hamilton / Motorcycle attachment to auto at / Carey Garage - 340 E 48th St, City".
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Score: 100% Neptune Trophy, at the New York Yacht Club, 1966
Accession Number: 1984.187.182125F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 18, 1966 at the New York Yacht Club. View of a trophy depicting the god Neptune displayed on a table with a backdrop. Typed on original negative sleeve: "7/18/66 / Mrs. McClinton / Photo of Trophy at NYYC".
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Score: 100% Sea Fox Trophy, photographed at the New York Yacht Club, 1966
Accession Number: 1984.187.182122F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 18, 1966 on the premises of the New York Yacht Club. Engraved on trophy: "Won by / SEA FOX / from / Grayling / Constellation / Mert / Mayflower / Oenone / [?] Handwritten on negative sleeve: "SEA FOX TROPHY - NYYC".
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Score: 100% Cape May Challenge Cup, photographed at the New York Yacht Club, 1966
Accession Number: 1984.187.182124F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 8, 1966. View of the Cape May Challenge Cup, centered, with backdrop. The Cape May Challenge Cup was given by James Gordon Bennett in 1872.
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Score: 100% Family fishing in a Priwing pram, 1956
Accession Number: 1984.187.152006F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1956, possibly for hire by Evinrude Motor Co., for use as advertisement. View of an adult man steering an Evinrude motor mounted to a Priwing pram. Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Family fishing in a Priwing pram, 1956
Accession Number: 1984.187.152006F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1956, possibly for hire by Evinrude Motor Co., for use as advertisement. View of an adult man steering an Evinrude motor mounted to a Priwing pram. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Pram".
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Score: 100% COLUMBIA, 1958
Accession Number: 1984.187.161400F.1
10x8 gelatin silver print made by Rosenfeld and Sons from an original negative during the America's Cup Races off Newport, Rhode Island, September 24, 1958. Starboard quarter view of the 12 meter sloop COLUMBIA, #US16, under sail with her spinnaker set. Stamped on verso with blue ink in the center and the lower left corner: "COPYRIGHT / MORRIS ROSENFELD, N.Y." and in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970 / SEP 24 ...
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Score: 100% COLUMBIA, #US16, 3rd race of the America's Cup, 1958
Accession Number: 1984.187.161400F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the the third race of the America's Cup Races off Newport, Rhode Island on September 24, 1958. Stern view of the 12 meter sloop COLUMBIA, #US 16, undersail with her spinnaker set, mainsail and jib reaching on a mild port tack. COLUMBIA, was a 69'7" 12 Meter sloop, built in 1958 by Henry B. Nevins, Inc. of City Island, NY from designs by Olin Stephens of Sparkman and Stevens and rigged by Rod Stevens.
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Score: 100% BULL FROG, Bull's Eye Class sloop (#2), 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.19544F.1
Port beam view of the Bull's Eye Class sloop, BULL FROG (#2) under sail. Handwritten on back: "Bulls Eye Class #2". Embossed: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". Bullseye Class sloops were a One-Design Class, originally designed by Nathanael Herreshoff in 1914. This class had several name evolutions including: Herreshoff 12 1/2, Bull's Eye, Buzzards Bay Boy's Boat, Buzzard's Bay 12 1/2, Doughdishes, and Bristol Class.
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Score: 100% Ranger crew, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.81798F.3
Seen from Left to right: Rod Stephens, Olin Stephens, Professor Zenas Bliss, Mrs. Vanderbilt, Mr. Harold Vanderbilt, and Arthur Knapp. Rod and Olin Stephens were the founding partners of Sparkman and Stephens, and renown yacht designers. Zenas Bliss was a professor at Brown University, he was the navigator for Ranger in the 1937 America's Cup, and Arthur Knapp, Jr. was the sail trimmer.
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Score: 100% Ranger afterguard, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.81798F
5 x 7 Defender safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 8, 1937. Seen from Left to right: Rod Stephens, Olin Stephens, Professor Zenas Bliss, Mrs. Vanderbilt, Mr. Harold Vanderbilt, and Arthur Knapp. This crew raced on the U.S. defender, RANGER, in the 1937 America's Cup race.
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Score: 100% King Edward VII Cup, Perpetual Challenge Cup, photographed at the Seawhanake Corinthian Yacht Club, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52668
View of the King Edward VII Cup posed with backdrop at the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club. Engraved on trophy: "PRESENTED BY / HIS MAJESTY KING EDWARD VII / TO THE / JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION REGATTA, HAMPTON ROADS, VIRGINIA, U.S.A. / 1907. Engraved on plaque affixed to base: "PRESENTED TO / THE ROYAL BERMUDA YACHT CLUB / BY / C. SHERMAN HOYT / 1937 / A PERPETUAL CHALLENGE CUP / FOR / INTERNATIONAL SMALL YACHT RACING".
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Score: 100% GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD racing at Gloucester, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.43340F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at a Gloucester Fishermen's Race in October of 1930. Deck view of the fishing schooner GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD racing. Possibly seen at the Lipton Trophy Race which was an Unofficial International Fishermen's Race, raced for fun.
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Score: 100% ISTALENA, M Class, #10, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.40974F
5x7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in July of 1930. Port quarter view of the M Class cutter ISTALENA undersail, heeled over on a starboard tack showing a full view of the deck and crew on a windy day. ISTALENA was an 87' racing sloop owned by George M. Pynchon until 1933.
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Score: 100% Cornell Crew, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.40456F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1930. Image of Cornell crew boat racing on Hudson River off Poughkeepsie, NY. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.Stamped on back in black oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST.N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% ENTERPRISE under sail, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38870F.6
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1930. Starboard beam view of the J Class cutter ENTERPRISE under sail. Stamped on back in blue: "COPYRIGHT / MORRIS ROSENFELD, N.Y.", also stamped on back in blue: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. 10038 / Phone 233-4970" (note, address is crossed off in pencil and photograph has been restamped the following): "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / 175 RIVERSIDE DRIVE / NEW YORK, NY 10024 / PHONE (212...
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Score: 100% Chesapeake sailing canoe, Miles River, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.35679F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 16, 1929. Port beam view of the Chesapeake sailing canoe ISLAND BLOSSOM under sail on the Miles River, Maryland. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.35679F.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 328571 m328571-t.jpg Chesapeake sailing canoe, Miles River, 1929 USA, MD
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Score: 100% MALABAR IX, schooner at Bermuda Race 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.28700F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Bermuda Races in 1928. Image of 58' Hodgdon Brothers schooner MALABAR IX (built 1928 in East Boothbay, ME). Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Malabar 9 / Bermuda Race 1928 / 3rd Class A / Box 2098".
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Score: 100% Johnson Outboard Advertisement, shoreline recreation, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.12226F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 11, 1924. Two other fully clothed women seen seated on the rocks behind her, a man in a bathing suit is seen below in a small boat with an outboard engine, alongside another similar boat with an outboard engine. : "12226-F". Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "6/11/24 / Johnson Motor Co. / Box 1076".
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Score: 100% SEA HORSE, starboard bow view underway, Buffalo Motor Boat Races, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.6706F
5 x 7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Buffalo Races on August 13, 1921. Starboard beam view of the motor yacht SEA HORSE underway. Typed on original negative sleeve: "6706-F". Handwritten: "Aug 13/21 / Sea Horse / Buffalo Races 1921 / Box 701".
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Score: 100% COLUMBIA, 1899
Accession Number: B.1984.187.944.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by James Burton on Long Island Sound, 1899. Printed by Rosenfeld and Sons, date unknown. / Photo MORRIS ROSENFELD, N.Y.". Handwritten on back: "Columbia 1899".
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Score: 100%
Accession Number: B.1984.187.308.3
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by James Burton on August 7 of an unidentified year previous to 1909. Image printed by Rosenfeld and Sons, date unknown. Stamped in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD AND SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd ST., N.Y. 10011 / Phone: 989-2404".
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Score: 100% PT 20 off New London, 1941
Accession Number: 1984.187.100421F.4
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons off New London, CT on April 3, 1941. Port beam view of the motor torpedo boat PT 20 underway. Stamped on back in black rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% S/S GEORGE WASHINGTON, steamship, bon voyage photograph, circa 1915
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.6466
5 x 7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1915. Closeup view of the port side of the passenger steamship S/S GEORGE WASHINGTON leaving port from New York City bound for Bremerhaven, Germany. S/S GEORGE WASHINGTON, later named CATLIN, was a 723 foot passenger liner built by Vulkan in 1909 for the North German Lloyds Line.
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Score: 100% YMS-52 minesweeper, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.104916F.1
Port beam view of the auxiliary motor minesweeper YMS-52 underway off Whitestone, NY. This vessel was a YMS-1 Class Auxiliary Motor Mine Sweeper: Laid down, 1941 by the Wheeler Shipbuilding Corp., Whitestone, Long Island, NY; Launched, 14 July 1942; Commissioned USS YMS-52, (date unknown); Fate unknown. PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.104916F.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 327804 m271081-t.jpg YMS-52 minesweeper, 1942 USA, NY United States.
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Score: 100% Mr. Sopwith at wheel of ENDEAVOUR II, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.80910F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons off Newport, RI on June 20, 1937. Posed view of Mr. Sopwith at the wheel of ENDEAVOUR II. Thomas Octave Murdock Sopwith was owner and skipper of the America's Cup challengers ENDEAVOUR (1934) and ENDEAVOUR II (1937).
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Score: 100% VIM, #US15, starboard beam view undersail, 1940
Accession Number: 1984.187.98469F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 2, 1940. Starboard beam view of the 12 meter sloop, VIM (US 15). Medium, centered view of vessel under sail. VIM was built in City Island, NY in 1939.
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Score: 100% SHAMROCK V off Newport, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.42519F.2
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 13, 1930. Port beam view of the J Class cutter SHAMROCK V under sail off Newport, RI. Stamped on back in blue rectangle: "MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 163 WEST 23rd.
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Score: 100% SHAMROCK V off Newport, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.42519F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 13, 1930. Port beam view of the J Class cutter SHAMROCK V under sail off Newport, RI. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "9-13-30 / Shamrock V / R". NOTE: During the 1930 America's Cup (15th), the great boats of the J-Class series debut with masts as tall as 165 ft. and over 80 ft. in length.
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Score: 100% Torpedo boat PT 160, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.105506F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print made by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 26, 1942. Stamped on back in blue ink: "ELECTRIC BOAT COMPANY / ELCO NAVAL DIVISION / BAYONNE, N.J. / CONFIDENTIAL", and stamped in blue ink in rectangular box lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970 / 105506F". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.105506F.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 327737 m327737-t.jpg Torpedo boat PT 160, 1942 USA, NJ, Bayonne United ...
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Score: 100% NYALA, 12 meter, #US12, 1940
Accession Number: 1984.187.97282F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 29, 1940 possibly on Long Island Sound. Starboard bow view of the 70' Nevins, #US12, 12 meter sloop NYALA under sail, starboard beam view on a port tack. NYALA was a Sparkman and Stephens design and was owned by F.T. Bedford, of New York City in 1940.
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Score: 100% Jerry Travers, Garden City, 1917
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.5717
5 x 7 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at Garden City, NY on February 28, 1917. View of Jerry Travers putting out of a sand trap on the 12th hole. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "7/28/17 / Jerry Travers / 12th hole - / Garden City / Golf / Box 311".
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Score: 100% Dodge Plant at Wilmington, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39383F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Dodge Boat Works factory, Wilmington, DE. Bank of engines seen boxed in center of image, factory workers seen in action, but several are looking up toward the camera. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "5/21/1930 / Dodge Plant at Wilmington / Box 2806".
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Score: 100% James B. Hammond, undated photo
Accession Number: 1984.187.4335S
8x6 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in an undated photo. View of James B. Hammond leaning on a wrought iron fence overlooking a harbor area with an American bulldog standing by his feet. James B. Hammond is known to also have designed and owned the 46'10" yawl, LOUNGER, built in 1892 until his death in 1913 as well as LOUNGER (later known as LOUNGER II), a 95' screw schooner steam yacht built in 1911 from designs by James B. Hammond and built by the New York Yacht, Launch ...
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Score: 100% AQUILO, Indian Harbor, #2, 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.15794F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 21, 1925. View of four women sailing aboard an Indian Harbor one design sloop, AQUILO (#2). Women seen in light colored dresses; one seen at the tiller, another strumming on a small banjo, one minding the main sail, and the other is sitting on the boom and sail close to the mast. Typed on original negative: 15794F 7/21/25 / AQUILO I.H.#2". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% NORMANDIE, 1935
Accession Number: 1984.187.71234F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1935. View of the ocean liner NORMANDIE seen being escorted by several tugboats into New York harbor. Identified tugs include the RICHARD J. BARRETT, the GRACE A. BARRETT, and the E. F. MORAN JR.
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Score: 100% Dog with trophies, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.21413F
5 x 7 soft negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 20, 1926. One trophy stands on the table in front of him, and two others on the floor below. Typed on original negative sleeve: "21413F 11/20/26 / Howard Lyon / Photo of dog with trophies".
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Score: 100% INTREPID, 1967
Accession Number: 1984.187.183427F
5x4 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1967. Port beam view of the 12 meter sloop INTREPID, sail #US 22, undersail with her spinnaker set. She was designed by Olin Stephens and had a new design added by Dick Carter of Boston who added a flap on the trailing edge of a shortened keel for stability.
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Score: 100% Patrol Craft 1191 on Sea Trials, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.105347F.18
8x10 gelatin silver print from 4x5 Kodak safety negative (#18) taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 24, 1942. Port bow view of the Consolidated Shipbuilding Corp. submarine chaser PC1191 (built 1942) underway. Stamped on back: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970" / "105347F".
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Score: 100% SAZARAC, commuter cruiser, 1925
Accession Number: 1984.187.12156F
5x7 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 4, 1925. This vessel was the first George Townsend SAZARAC, built in 1923 by Great Lakes Boat Building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Stamped on original negative sleeve: "12156-F". Handwritten: "June 4, 1925 / Sazarac / Motor Boating / Commuters Story / Box 1070".
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Score: 100% Turning a NYYC 32' at Nevins Boat Yard, 1936/
Accession Number: 1984.187.74523F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 22, 1936. View of New York 32 footers under construction at Nevins Boat Yard, City Island, NY. According to "RUDDER", March and May 1936, Vol.52/5: Nevins Yard built a fleet of 20 NYYC 32 footers in 1936.
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Score: 100% Viking trophy
Accession Number: 1984.187.962
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Morris Rosenfeld on November 18, 1931. View of a silver trophy in the shape of a Viking boat with several silver medallions affixed to the body of the hull. Medallions read as follows: 'BLOCK / ISLAND', ' JUNE / 21', 'N.Y. / ATHLETIC / CLUB', ALBANY / AND / RETURN', JUNE / 28', 'N.Y. / MOTORBOAT / CLUB', CORNFIELD / LIGHT SHIP/ AND / RETURN', 'JULY / 12', AND 'COLONIAL / YACHT / CLUB'.
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Score: 100% Marguerite Cup, trophy, at the New York Yacht Club, 1957
Accession Number: 1984.187.157901FA
5 x 7 Defender safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 6, 1957. View of the Marguerite Cup at the New York Yacht Club. Typed on original negative sleeve: "157901F 12/6/57 / NYYacht Club-37 W 44th St, NYC / Miss Robbins / Photo of Cup at Club".
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Score: 100% America's Cup trophy, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38902.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 9, 1930. Studio portrait of the America's Cup Trophy posed against a black background. Stamped on back: "PHOTO BY / STANLEY ROSENFELD / MORRIS ROSENFELD & SONS / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATORS / 153 WEST 23rd ST., N.Y. 10011 / Phone: 939-2424".
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Score: 100% America's Cup trophy, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.38902
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 9, 1930. Studio portrait of the America's Cup Trophy posed against a black background. Typed on original negative sleeve: "38902 8/9/30 / America's Cup".
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Score: 100% MARCO POLO, underway in inland waterway, Florida, 1969
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.1.4
35 mm color slide photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in March, 1969, probably near Miami, Florida. Image of the mega cruiser, MARCO POLO, port bow underway. MARCO POLO was built circa 1961 by Clelands Shipbuilding Co., Ltd, in Wallsend, England.
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Score: 100% British Yard Minesweeper (B)YMS-8, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.57830.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 18, 1942. Port bow view of the British Yard minesweeper (B)YMS-8 at dock. PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.57830.1 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 327363 m327363-t.jpg British Yard Minesweeper (B)YMS-8, 1942 New York: Whitestone Great Britain.
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Score: 100% Manhasset Bay Challenge Cup, 1953
Accession Number: 1984.187.65835.1
8 x 10 matte finished gelatin silver print taken by Morris Rosenfeld on February 6, 1953. View of the Manhasset Bay Challenge Cup posed in a studio setting. Ornate sterling silver cup flanked by fish designs and crowned by two Native American faces, alternated with the Manhasset Bay Yacht Club burgee and seal.
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Score: 100% Manhasset Bay Challenge Cup, 1953
Accession Number: 1984.187.65835
View of the Manhasset Bay Challenge Cup posed in a studio setting. Engraved on trophy: "MANHASSET / BAY / CHALLENGE / FOR / THIRTY FOOT / SLOOPS". : "Richard F Becker / c/o Gibbs & Cox / 21 West St, City / Photo of Manhasset Bay Challenge / Cup for 30' Sloops".
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Score: 100% CAROLINE interior salon, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41261.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 12, 1931. Handwritten on back: "CAROLINE", and stamped in rectangular box: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone BEeekman 3-4970” / "41261". Condition: moon creases, creased corners, pitting.Stamped on back in rectangular box: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone Bee8x10 gelatin silver print from 8 x 10 Kodak ...
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Score: 100% CAROLINE interior salon, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.41261
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 12, 1931. View of the interior salon on the 279' Gielow designed power yacht CAROLINE (built 1931 at Bath Iron Works, Maine). Visible in image: upholstered chairs, side tables, library, fireplace, patterned carpet, light fixtures, wood panelling, windows.
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Score: 100% MISS DETROIT III and II and MISS MINNEAPOLIS, on dock, Gold Cup Race, 1918
Accession Number: 1984.187.3093FS
5 x 7 nitrate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Gold Cup Races, 1918. MISS DETROIT III seen in foreground, MISS DETROIT II and MISS MINNEAPOLIS also visible. Handwritten on negative sleeve: "3093S / Boats at Dock / Gold Cup Races 191 / Box 466".
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Score: 100% WHISPER, commuter cruiser, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.9963F
5 x 7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 21, 1923 on Long Island Sound. Vessel is flying a New York Yacht Club burgee and was owned by Edward S. Moore of New York City at the time of this photograph. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "9963-F" Handwritten: "6/21/1923 / Whisper (Shadow F) / Box 917."
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Score: 100% Portrait of Morris Rosenfeld on FOTO, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.89476FA
4 x 5 Agfa safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 19, 1938. View of the photographer, Morris Rosenfeld, kneeling with his camera in hand near the stern of his Red Bank dory FOTO. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, Charles Edwin Bolles photographer.
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Score: 100% The starting guns, 1922
Accession Number: 1984.187.8734F
5 x 7 gelatin silver print photographed by Morris Rosenfeld circa 1922. One man is seen standing and preparing to fire a single barrel shotgun, and the other is seen preparing to fire two small cannons. Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y."
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Score: 100% Kings Cup, New York Yacht Club, 1953
Accession Number: 1984.187.65832.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Morris Rosenfeld for Mr. Edward M. Ferris, on February 4, 1953. Posed portrait of the Kings Cup at New York Yacht Club. Silver cup with two handles, ornamental design, and the following inscription: "This Cup is presented to the / New York Yacht Club / by / His Majesty King Edward VII.
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Score: 100% Kings Cup, New York Yacht Club, 1953
Accession Number: 1984.187.65832
8 x 10 soft negative taken by Morris Rosenfeld for Mr. Edward M. Ferris, on February 4, 1953. Posed portrait of the Kings Cup at New York Yacht Club. Silver cup with two handles, ornamental design, and the following inscription: "This Cup is presented to the / New York Yacht Club / by / His Majesty King Edward VII.
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Score: 100% Seagram Perpetual Trophy, Cornfield Light Race, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44371.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print photographed by Morris Rosenfeld on August 15, 1934. View of the Seagram Perpetual Trophy, given at the Cornfield Light Race at City Island Yacht Club. Engraved on trophy: "Seagram / PERPETUAL TROPHY / FOR / CORNFIELD LIGHT RACE / OF / CITY ISLAND YACHT CLUB".
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Score: 100% Seagram Perpetual Trophy, Cornfield Light Race, 1934
Accession Number: 1984.187.44371
View of the Seagram Perpetual Trophy, given at the Cornfield Light Race at City Island Yacht Club. Engraved on trophy: "Seagram / PERPETUAL TROPHY / FOR / CORNFIELD LIGHT RACE / OF / CITY ISLAND YACHT CLUB". Typed on original negative sleeve: "44371 / 8/15/34 / The Blackman Co-Chanin Bldg, City / Mr. Graham Starr / Photo of Cornfield Light Trophy".
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Score: 100% Pacemaker FB Sportfisherman, 1964
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.161.10.15
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in August 1964. View of an unidentified Pacemaker FB sportfisherman power vessel. Factory printed on slide mount: "27 AUG 64N".
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Score: 100% Power yacht TIRELESS, 1964
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.3.9
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in February 1964. View of the power cruiser TIRELESS, owned in 1964 by Mr. & Mrs. Roger Firestone (Roger was the son of Harvey Firestone, and one of the heirs to the Firestone Tire fortune). Handwritten on slide mount: "TIRELESS, owner Firestone / power box 126-03-09 'TIRELESS'".
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Score: 100% CHICANERY, 210 Class sloop, 1961
Accession Number: 1984.187.120.22.28
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in September 1961. Starboard beam view of the 210 Class one design sloop, CHICANERY (#215). Handwritten on slide mount: "210 CHICANERY / Box 120-22-28" Factory printed on mount: "32 SEP 61N / MADE IN U.S.A.". Printed on reverse: "KODACHROME II / TRANSPARENCY / PROCESSED BY Kodak".
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Score: 100% Melges X Boats racing, 1973
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.5674
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in September 1973, probably on a lake in the midwest. View of several Melges X Boats racing near-shore on a choppy lake. 11 vessels in view, particularly sail numbers 131, 129, 111, 29, and 42. Handwritten on original slide mount: "X CLASS DINGHY[struck out] / MELGES BOAT WORKS / MIDWEST".
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Score: 100% Interclub Dinghy Class sloops racing, 1958
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.123.5.17
35 mm color slide taken Rosenfeld and Sons in February 1958. View of a fleet of Interclub Dinghy Class (IC Dinghy) sloops in a frostbiting race. 12 unidentified sloops visible including sail numbers 21, 31, 8, 4, 2, and 33. Leading the fleet is sloop # 8. Factory printed on slide mount: "X5023 / 2 / 7 / FEB 58 / MADE IN U.S.A.". Printed on reverse twice: "KODACHROME / TRANSPARENCY / PROCESSED BY KODAK".
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Score: 100% PRIDE OF BALTIMORE, 1977
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.6.5
Starboard beam view of the Baltimore Clipper replica PRIDE OF BALTIMORE, seen under sail (all 6 sails set). She was built for the Mayor and City of Baltimore to commemorate the 1812-era topsail schooners (Baltimore Clippers) that helped America win the war of 1812. Handwritten on slide mount: "Pride of Baltimore / Box 126-06-05". Factory printed on mount: "28 JUL77N12".
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Score: 100% SEA-GYM, Tempest Class sloop, undersail, 1975
Accession Number: 1984.187.120.20.1
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in October 1975. Stern view of the Tempest Class sloop SEA-GYM seen reaching under sail. They were marconi rigged, measured 22 feet in length, and grossed 977 lbs. Handwritten on slide mount: "HIKING OUT- SEA-GYM / BOX-020-20-01 / TEMPEST".
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Score: 100% Hiking out in a Sunfish, 1972
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.22.6
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in September 1972. Stern view of a Sunfish Class sloop on a broad reach. Sunfish Class sloops were first built in 1955 and were lateen rigged, measuring 13'10" in length and grossing 129 lbs. Handwritten on slide mount: "SUNFISH / Box 126-22-06". Stamped on mount: "[sic]PH BY STANLEY ROSENFELD".
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Score: 100% Etchells Class #50, 17, 31 and 9 1972
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.116.19.23
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in September 1972. Port view of a fleet of Etchells Class sloops racing upwind. Handwritten on slide mount: "ETCHELLS #50 / Box 116-19-23". Factory printed on mount: "15 SEP72N6".
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Score: 100% Shields Class sloops, 1968
Accession Number: 1984.187.119.19.25
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in September 1968. View of two Shields Class sloops (#137 and #84). Vessels seen on a broad reach, beam view of starboard side. Handwritten on slide mount: "Shields Class / Box-119-19-25". Factory printed on mount: "30 SEP 68N13".
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Score: 100% Fireball sloop US 828, 1966
Accession Number: 1984.187.116.21.22
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in March 1966. Starboard beam view of an unidentified fireball sloop (US 828) under sail. Handwritten on slide mount: "FIREBALL / Box 116-21-22". Factory printed on mount: "24 MAR 66N7".
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Score: 100% BLINKIN' BONNILIE, Highlander sloop, 1972
Accession Number: 1984.187.117.3.15
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in August, 1972. View of the Highlander Class sloop BLINKIN' BONNILIE on a close reach. Handwritten on slide mount: "Hylander / LB45291".
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Score: 100% Phantom Class sloop, 1981
Accession Number: 1984.187.118.30.5
35 mm color negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in March 1981. Starboard beam view of an unidentified Phantom Class sloop under sail. Handwritten on slide mount: "BOX- / PHANTOM / Box-112-30-05". Factory printed on mount: "20 MAR 81N6".
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Score: 100% Racing a Scow, 1966
Accession Number: 1984.187.119.6.3
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in March 1966. Fine starboard bow view of an unidentified scow seen racing at an unidentified location. Handwritten on slide mount: "RACING SCOW / BOX-110-06-03". Factory printed on mount: "25 MAR 6N7 / MADE IN U.S.A. U.S. PAT NO.
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Score: 100% Patrol Craft 1191 on Sea Trials, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.105347F.1
Gelatin silver print taken by Morris Rosenfeld on October 24, 1942. This World War II era PC was steel hulled, was twin diesel propelled and armed with a dual-purpose 3"/50 and 40mm gun. Stamped on back: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Martini Rossi Trophy, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52574.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Hotel Lex, NY, NY on August 19, 1937. Information from Sutton News glued to back of photograph states: "From: Sutton News Service, Inc., 424 Madison Avenue / ITALIAN TROPHY FOR AMERICAN RACE / The $5,000 Martini & Rossi Perpetual Trophy / presented to the American Power Boat Association by / Count Theo Rossi, Italy's leading motor boat sportsman / who arrived in New York August 19 on the Conte di Savoia ...
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Score: 100% Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club trophy, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52670.1
8 x 10 gelatin sliver print photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 16, 1937 per request by Briggs S. Cunningham. This Swedish trophy was located at the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, little else known. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club trophy, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.52670
8 x 10 black and white negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 16, 1937 per request by Briggs S. Cunningham. This Swedish trophy was located at the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club of Oyster Bay, New York and is still in use today. Typed on original negative sleeve: "[Box] 2454-6 / 52670 / 9/16/37 / Briggs S. Cunningham, / Greens Farms, Conn / Photo of Gold Cup at Seawhanaka[sic] / Corinthian Y C". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor ...
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Score: 100% TITANIA salon interior, 1980
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.2.18
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in January 1980. Handwritten on slide mount: "TITANIA - 88'". Stamped on mount: "27 / JAN 80N4 / PHOTO / STANLEY ROSENFELD". Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, Stanley Z. Rosenfeld photographer.
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Score: 100% TROUPER, starboard bow view underway, 1939
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.1.12
35 mm color slide photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1939. Starboard bow view of the motor yacht TROUPER underway. Embossed stamp: "8" and stamped: "MADE IN U.S.A." Printed on reverse: "KODACHROME / KODACHROME".
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Score: 100% 5.5 meter sloop #22, 1963
Accession Number: 1984.187.116.24.14
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in September 1963. Port forward quarter view of a 5.5 meter sloop (sail #22) under sail in heavy wind. Handwritten on slide mount: "5.5 meter / 9/63 / BOX 116-24-14 / M.ROSENFELD N.Y.". Printed on slide mount: "19 / SEP 63 / MADE IN USA".
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Score: 100% AMERICAN JANE, 17711 AND ROBIN TOO, 12701, racing, 1974
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.6.4
35 mm color slide photographed by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld March, 1974. Port bow view of the sloops AMERICAN JANE , #17711,(red/white sail) and ROBIN TOO, #12701, (white/blue sail) seen flying spinnakers and gollywobblers. Added handwritten information: "AMERICAN JANE/ ROBIN TOO / -11/ BOX 126-06-04". Stamped on slide mount: "PHOTO BY/ STANLEY ROSENFELD", and again, "[sic]RAPH BY STANLEY ROSENFELD".
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Score: 100% CONSTELLATION (US 20), 1964
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.4.7
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the 1964 America's Cup Races, Newport, RI. Port aft view of the 12 meter sloop CONSTELLATION (US 20) undersail. Handwritten on slide mount: "Constellation".
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Score: 100% AUSTRALIA, 1980
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.16.30.6
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1980. Starboard aft quarter view of the 12 meter sloop AUSTRALIA undersail. Handwritten on slide mount: "AUSTRALIA 1980/ BOX-016-30-06". Printed on mount: "23/ JUL 80N".
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Score: 100% AUSTRALIA, 1977
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.22.6
35 mm re-mounted color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in Newport, RI, 1977. Aerial view of the 12 meter sloop AUSTRALIA (KA 5) under sail downwind, flying her spinnaker. Modified by by Valentijn for the 1980 America's Cup challenge, then bought in September 1980 by Peter de Savary and raced in the America's Cup trials of 1983.
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Score: 100% COURAGEOUS (US 26), 1974
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.13.3
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld at the 1974 America's Cup Race in Newport, RI. Handwritten on slide mount: "COURAGEOUS/ US 26/ 3/ Box-016-13-03/ AUG, 1974/ 4B". Stamped on mount: "[sic]OGRAPH BY STANLEY ROSENFELD/ 32/ AUG 74N13".
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Score: 100% INTREPID, 1967
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.8.5
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld at the 1967 America's Cup Race, Newport, RI. Starboard quarter view of the 12 meter sloop INTREPID (US 22), seen undersail during the 4th race, last leg. Handwritten on slide mount: "INTREPID/ 4th RACE/ LAST leg/ 4 S. ROSENFELD/ R 12" and "1967-13/ DUPED/ BOX 016 08-05". Stamped on mount: "STANLEY ROSENFELD/ 29/ SEP 67N6".
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Score: 100% INTREPID crew, 1970
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.11.5
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld at the trial practice for the America's Cup, 1970. Handwritten on slide mount: "INTREPID/ 1970/ DUPED/ BOX 016-11-05/ r-25/ R". Printed on mount: "BY STANLEY ROSENFELD/ 3 JUL70N". Crew: Rod and Olin Stephens and others for a total of 16. Mosbacher and Romagna designed the ship layout so that the crew was evenly distributed overall and most of the winches were below deck.
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Score: 100% COURAGEOUS, 1977
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.18.16
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in Newport, RI, August 1977. Handwritten on the slide mount: "Courageous/ 77/ Box 016-18-16/ '77/ 9\27/ 5\15". Printed on mount: "PHOTO BY/ STANLEY ROSENFELD/ 5/ AUG 77N5". Printed on reverse: "Kodachrome/ SLIDE/ PROCESSED BY KODAK".
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Score: 100% Roche Harbor, Washington, 1975
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.32.7
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld off San Juan Island, WA, September 1975. Distant view of Roche Harbor at sunset. Handwritten on slide mount: "ROCHE HARBOR - WA/ Box 126-32-07". Printed on mount: "[sic]RAPH BY STANLEY ROSENFELD/ 33/ SEP 75N6".
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Score: 100% Nassau Market, 1977
Accession Number: 1984.187.126.14.6
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in February 1977. Probably taken at the Nassau Market in the Bahamas. Handwritten on slide mount: "NASSAU MARKET/ BOX 126-14-06" Printed on mount: "5/ FEB 77N7".
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Score: 100% SOUTHERN CROSS, 1974
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.16.9
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in Newport, RI, August 1974. Handwritten on front of slide mount: "Southern Cross 1974/ BOX-016-16-09 Duped/ 9\25/ 16\30/ FABUL/ F33". Printed on mount: "PHOTO/ STANLEY ROSENFELD/ [sic]PH BY STANLEY ROSENFELD/ AUG 74N16".
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Score: 100% GRETEL II, 1970
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.10.4
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld at Newport, RI, August 1970. Starboard beam view of the 12 meter sloop GRETEL II undersail. Handwritten on slide mount: "Gretel II/ 1970/ DUPED/ Box-016-10-04/ F-23". Stamped on same side of mount: "PHOTO/ STANLEY ROSENFELD [in purple ink]/ [sic]GRAPH BY STANLEY ROSENFELD [in blue]".
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Score: 100% FREEDOM, 1980
Accession Number: 1984.187.36.5.9
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in Newport, RI in August 1980. Handwritten on front of slide mount: "FREEDOM/ BOX-036-05-09". Printed on same side: "PHOTO BY/ STANLEY ROSENFELD/ 8/ AUG 08N[?]" Printed on reverse: "Kodachrome/ SLIDE/ PROCESSED BY KODAK".
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Score: 100% SOVEREIGN, 1964
Accession Number: 1984.187.16.6.11
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in September 1964. Starboard beam view of the 12 meter SOVEREIGN undersail. Handwritten on front of slide mount: "Sovereign/ Box 016-06-11/ SRosenfeld".
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Score: 100% BRIGADOON III, 1981
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.127.6.7
35 mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the SORC Race, March 1981. Aerial view of the sloop yacht BRIGADOON III undersail. Handwritten on front of acid mount: "BRIGADOON III/ Box 126-06-07". Printed on front: "12/ MAR 81N6".
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Score: 100% EVERGREEN, #KC 64000, undersail, 1978
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.6.6
35 mm color slide photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in February of 1978. Close, center view of the sloop EVERGREEN, sail #KC 64000, undersail. Printed on back of mount: "Kodachrome/ SLIDE/ PROCESSED BY KODAK".
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Score: 100% WINDROSE, #660, undersail, 1972
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.6.8
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in October 1972. Port windward, aft quarter view; bottom of vessel is visible, clouds in background, reefed main sail. Handwritten on front of acid mount: "WINDROSE/ Box 126-06-08". Printed on same side: "BY STANLEY ROSENFELD/ 30/ OCT 72N14".
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Score: 100% Schooner of Newport, RI, 1977
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.6.1
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld in September 1977 off Newport, RI. Handwritten on reverse of slide mount: "Kodachrome slide". Handwritten on front of slide mount: "Schooner off Newport,/ Box 126-06-01/ R.I./ 373/ Sept., 1977". Stamped on mount: "Stanley Rosenfeld".
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Score: 100% KIALOA, #7742, 1975
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.6.2
35 mm color slide taken by Stanley Rosenfeld. Starboard aft quarter view of the vessel sailing hard on the wind with a reefed main and mizzen, with the jib and staysail set. Visible on transom: end of the word KIALOA and Wilmington, Del. Handwritten on slide mount: "KIALOA 3/11 1777/ BOX 126-06-02 10/12". Printed on slide mount: "[sic]PH BY STANLEY ROSENFELD".
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Score: 100% Trimming the sail, 1969
Accession Number: BOX.1984.187.126.6.3
35mm color slide taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Block Island Race, July 1969. Close, center view of an unidentified sailing yacht seen at her leeward deck. Printed on slide mount (front): "Kodachrome/ TRANSPARENCY/ PROCESSED BY/ Kodak".
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Score: 100% ELIZABETH HOWARD, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.10771F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 27, 1923. Starboard fore quarter view of the schooner ELIZABETH HOWARD, seen under sail at the Gloucester Races. Handwritten on original negative sleeve "Elizabeth / Howard / Gloucester Race / Box 982".
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Score: 100% Possibly USS OHIO (BB 12) at recommissioning 1917
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.5590
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons probably in 1917. This ship is possibly the USS OHIO (BB 12) at its recommissioning 24 April 1917. PHOTOGRAPHS - GLASS NEGATIVES ANN.1984.187.5590 glass negative Rosenfeld and Sons 327089 m327089-t.jpg Possibly USS OHIO (BB 12) at recommissioning 1917 Battleships,United States.
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Score: 100% USS D1, D2, and D3 docked, 1917
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.5591
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 6, 1917. Full view of the Bainbridge Class submarines, USS D-1, D-2, and D-3, seen docked at an unknown location. PHOTOGRAPHS - GLASS NEGATIVES ANN.1984.187.5591 glass negative Rosenfeld and Sons 327088 m327088-t.jpg USS D1, D2, and D3 docked, 1917 Submarines (Ships),United States.
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Score: 100% Camping, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.9561F
4 x 5 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1923. Food items, lanterns, clothes hanging, folding chairs, flasks, and a cart are all visible in scene. Several people are seen doing daily activities, woman in foreground seen drinking from a tea cup.
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Score: 100% Tossing duck decoy, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.9562F
4 x 5 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1923. View of a duck hunter standing in his duck boat, throwing a duck decoy. The waterfowling boat is a closed hulled one person boat used specifically for this type of hunting.
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Score: 100% SP669, scout patrol boat on ways at City Island, New York, 1919
Accession Number: 1984.187.3359FS
View of the section patrol craft SP 669 on the ways at City Island, NY. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3359 S / 7/13/19 / Fitting out / at City Island / Box 484". PHOTOGRAPHS - GLASS NEGATIVES 1984.187.3359FS glass negative Rosenfeld and Sons 327047 m327047-t.jpg SP669, scout patrol boat on ways at City Island, New York, 1919 USA, NY, New York, Bronx, City Island City Island (New York, N.Y.),Prohibition,United States.
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Score: 100% Oswald Kirby golfing, circa 1917
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.6413
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 24th of an uncertain year (circa 1917). View of a man identified as Oswald Kirby, seen swinging a golf club. Close view of Kirby dressed for golf and holding a cigarette in his mouth.
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Score: 100% Tender leaving CORSAIR (III), New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.24579F
5 x 7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the New York Yacht Club Cruise from August 15th, 1927 to August 23rd, 1927 which started at Glen Cove and finished at Newport, Rhode Island. Image is believed to be at the start of the race at Glen Cove, Long Island, New York. Handwritten: "Tender leaving Corsair / Box 1886" and notation at bottom, "wants to know name of Chris Craft".
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Score: 100% NANDORCLIFF underway, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.9649F
7x5 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons of NANDORCLIFF (1st), a 34' cruiser, built by or before 1923 by the Elco Shipbuilding Company of Bayonne, New Jersey and owned in 1923 by Clifford S. Heinz of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Image of vessel underway, port bow view in calm seas, single stabilizing mast. Typed on original negative sleeve: "9649-F". Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "5/2/23 / Elco 34 footer underway/ Nandorcliff / Pittsburgh / Box 894".
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Score: 100% Margaret Gavin golfing at Englewood, New Jersey, circa 1916
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.5714
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 23rd, circa 1916, in Englewood, New Jersey at the Englewood Golf Club. View of a woman identified as Mrs. Margaret Gavin seen swinging a golf club. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "7/23 / Golf at Englewood / Mrs. Gavin / Box 305".
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Score: 100% Horse Show at Piping Rock, NY, 1917
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.5716
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Piping Rock Horse show, NY, circa 1917. Center view of a horse and jockey jumping a gate. Flags of many nations fly on individual poles in background.
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Score: 100% John L. Sullivan - The Boston Strong Boy
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.5715
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken from a earlier photograph (circa 1890). Original photographer was probably W. H. Cushing, and this copy negative was made by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1916. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "MR. CUSHING/ copy of John L. Sullivan".
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Score: 100% Launching of the dreadnaught ARIZONA
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.5713
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, NY on June 19, 1915. This launch was sponsored by Miss. Esther Ross, daughter of a prominent Arizona pioneer citizen, Mr. W.W. Ross of Prescott, Arizona. PHOTOGRAPHS - GLASS NEGATIVES ANN.1984.187.5713 glass negative Rosenfeld and Sons 327015 m327015-t.jpg Launching of the dreadnaught ARIZONA USA, NY, Brooklyn Battleships,Ships--Launching,United States.
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Score: 100% AMBROSE, lightship, on Long Island Sound, 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.233F
5x7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 23, 1916. Image is a starboard view of the lightship, AMBROSE, anchored at her station on Long Island Sound. The AMBROSE lightship, #LV 87, served at the Ambrose station from her commissioning in 1907 through 1932.
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Score: 100% Grumman Aircraft over New York City, 1946
Accession Number: 1984.187.115460F
5x7 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on December 30, 1946. View from a separate airplane of a Grumman seaplane flying over part of New York City and some of the harbor is seen below. Typed: "12/30/46 / Grumman Aircraft Corp.". Videodisc address of a print: 1-34434.
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Score: 100% Bathing girls on BABY GAR, JR., Miami, Florida, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.21988F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1927. View of girls in bathing suits having fun aboard BABY GAR, JR.. : "21988-F". Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Bathing girls on Baby Gar Jr. / Box 1704".
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Score: 100% BULL FROG, Bull's Eye Class sloop (#2), Junior Races, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.19544F
Port beam view of the Bull's Eye Class sloop, BULL FROG (#2) under sail. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "7/20/26 / Bulls Eye #2 / Bull Frog / Junior Races / Box 1555". This class had several name evolutions including: Herreshoff 12 1/2, Bull's Eye, Buzzards Bay Boy's Boat, Buzzard's Bay 12 1/2, Doughdishes, and Bristol Class.
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Score: 100% MALABAR XIII, Miami to Nassau Race, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.122257F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons during the Miami to Nassau Race, 1949. Port beam view of several sailing vessels racing off the coast of Florida in a strong wind. as the 53'4" ketch MALABAR XIII (DS: Alden; BU: Goudy, 1945), sail #113, the 55'9" sloop BLITZEN (DS: S&S; BU: Nevins, 1938), sail #77, the NY32' Class sloop AWAY (DS: S&S; BU: Nevins, 1936) sail #19. Other unidentified vessels are sail #40, sail #50, and a small schooner to the far right.
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Score: 100% LARRY, Hinckley One Design, Lipton Race, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.122248F
Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the Lipton Race, off Florida in 1949. Port beam view of the 35' sloop, the Hinckley One Design Souwester, LARRY (DS&BU: Hinckley), seen undersail in heavy seas. Stamped on original negative sleeve: "122248F / COPYRIGHT / MORRIS ROSENFELD N.Y. / FLORIDA / 1949 / [Box] 5036".
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Score: 100% ARABELLA, ketch, undersail, 1954
Accession Number: 1984.187.142568F
4 x 5 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at the New York Yacht Club Cruise in 1954. Port beam quarter view of the 46' Sparkman & Stephens ketch ARABELLA (#270) (built 1937) under full sail with spinnaker set. ARABELLA was built in 1937 by Robert Jacob of City Island, New York.
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Score: 100% ORITHIA, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.40382F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Newport Bermuda Race, 1930. Port beam view of the ketch ORITHIA under sail. ORITHIA was built in 1930 by M. M. Davis and Sons, on Solomon Island, MD.
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Score: 100% PLEIONE, #F1, NY50', New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1954
Accession Number: 1984.187.142509F
5x4 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the New York Yacht Club Cruise of 1954. Starboard beam view of the schooner PLEIONE, sail #F1, undersail on a port tack. PLEIONE was a 72 ft. early New York Yacht Club 50 sloop and was designed by Nathanael G. Herreshoff and built by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company of Bristol, Rhode Island in 1913.
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Score: 100% Landing Craft Infantry, LCI(L)-428, 1944
Accession Number: 1984.187.107514F
Close, centered view of a Landing Craft Infantry, LCI(L) - 428, off loading troops in a practice maneuver. Four troops seen running down ramp into shallow water, a dog is seen just about to enter the water with the leading troop member. PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.107514F gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 326670 m326670-t.jpg Landing Craft Infantry, LCI(L)-428, 1944 Animals at sea,Dogs,Landing craft,United States.
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Score: 100% Morris Rosenfeld kneeling on FOTO, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.89476FA.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 4 x 5 Agfa safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 19, 1938. View of the photographer, Morris Rosenfeld, kneeling with his camera in hand near the stern of his Red Bank dory FOTO. Stamped on reverse: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Three women at the 14th International Polo Match, Westbury, L.I., ca. 1916
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.12
9 x 6 1/2 silver gelatin print made by Rosenfeld and Sons, ca. 1916 taken at the 14th International Polo Match, Westbury, Long Island. Print stamped in ink on verso with photographers stamp.
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Score: 100% GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD, Gloucester, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.90381F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons, off Gloucester, 1938. This was the last official race held, and GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD sailed against BLUENOSE in the best of 5 races. Stamped on back in purple oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST.N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% NYALA, 12 Meter, #US12, 1940
Accession Number: 1984.187.97282F.1
10x8 gelatin silver print made from a 7 x 5 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 29, 1940. Starboard bow view of the 70' Nevins 12 meter sloop NYALA (built 1916) under sail. Handwritten on verso upper left edge: "Nyala" and stamped lower right corner: "97282F" and in rectangular box: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970". .
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Score: 100% HUSTLER, 1956
Accession Number: 1984.187.152857F.1
10x8 gelatin silver print made from a 3 3/4 x 2 1/2 safety negative originally photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1956. Image of 37' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Kretzer Boat Works built auxiliary sloop HUSTLER (built 1936 in City Island, NY) undersail. Visible in image: bow view of HUSTLER running before the wind under marconi-rigged mainsail and spinnaker, hull numbers very faint, crew adjust spinnaker pole on mainmast, lighthouse on rock island, sails dot shoreline in background.
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Score: 100% Alglas 33 Express Cruiser, sleeping berths forward, 1966
Accession Number: 1984.187.181268.2.1
Alglas 33 PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.181268.2.1 silver gelatin print Rosenfeld and Sons 319677 m319677-t.jpg Alglas 33 Express Cruiser, sleeping berths forward, 1966 emulsion on printing paper
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Score: 100% Captain Ben Pine on GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.43344F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons, off Gloucester, MA, in October 1930. Posed view of Captain Benjamin Pine at the wheel of the fishing schooner GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD. The GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD beat BLUENOSE on both October 9th and 10th during these races in 1930.
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Score: 100% JADED LADY, Chinese women sewing sails, 1957
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.14
8x10 silver gelatin print originally photographed by an unknown photographer at the time the Chinese junk, JADED LADY, was being constructed in 1957 in Hong Kong. View of three Asian women in straw hats, black working clothes and bare feet, seated, sewing a set of sails on the ground outdoors. Other prints in file are all about the junk, JADED LADY, and her construction and outfitting.
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Score: 100% JADED LADY, Chinese junk, women painting bow, ca. 1957
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.13
Closeup of the bow of the Chinese junk, JADED LADY. View of a young woman painting the bow area where a figurehead would be in older days but here is attached an intricate carving on a flat background of a Chinese dragon. PHOTOGRAPHS NN.1984.187.13 silver gelatin print Rosenfeld and Sons 317234 m317234-t.jpg JADED LADY, Chinese junk, women painting bow, ca.
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Score: 100% The Pram, 1956
Accession Number: 1984.187.152016F.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 2.5x3.5 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1956. Image of two little girls fishing from a pram for an advertising job for Evinrude Motor Co. Visible in image: port bow view of nutshell pram made of plywood tied up beside a vessel (NY 891) with two little girls wearing life vests sitting back to back fishing, one girl looks over her shoulder, pram has "Lightening" Evinrude outboard motor attached at the stern. Stamped on back in rectangular ...
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Score: 100% VIDOR Deck, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.27146.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on November 30, 1926. View of the afterdeck of the motor yacht VIDOR. She underwent several name changes and owners as follows: SIVAD 1926 (O.P. Davis) -- VIDOR 1926-1928 (Victor Emanuel then Carl Tucker) -- HI-ESMARO 1929-1929 (Charles A. Boldt) -- HILDA 1930-1934 (Caddo Co.) -- MOANA 1935-1937 (William B. Leeds) -- VELDA (Leslie L. Irvin) 1938-1949.
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Score: 100% GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD racing at Gloucester, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.43340F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at a Gloucester Fishermen's Race in October of 1930. Possibly seen at the Lipton Trophy Race which was an Unofficial International Fishermen's Race, raced for fun. / Photo MORRIS ROSENFELD, N.Y.". Embossed in lower right corner: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y.". Original negative 1984.187.43340F.
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Score: 100% Start Lightning Class sloop race, 1945
Accession Number: 1984.187.112728F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 7, 1945. View of three lightning class sloops racing. Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% COLUMBIA, 1958
Accession Number: 1984.187.161421F.31.1
7 x 11" gelatin silver print from a 35mm negative. Image taken by Rosenfeld and Sons at the America's Cup Races, 1958. Closeup view of the 12 meter sloop COLUMBIA under sail.
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Score: 100% Fitting out, Women sanding a board at the boat yard, 1964
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.9
1964 of 2 women sanding a board in a boatyard. The board is lying on a sawhorse and the women are wearing gloves to protect their hands and rubbing sandpaper over the surface of the board. In the far background are the sterns of several boats, one of which is the sailing vessel, BLUE RIDER and the other, a cruiser called SEA JAY, of N. Y. No original Rosenfeld negative number on verso.
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Score: 100% Advertising Job for the Water Skipper, ca. 1958
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.8
8x10 silver gelatin print made by Rosenfeld and Sons, ca. View of 2 women models each standing on a "Water Skipper" side-by-side, port bow view, underway on a river. PHOTOGRAPHS NN.1984.187.8 silver gelatin print Rosenfeld and Sons 309841 m309841-t.jpg Advertising Job for the Water Skipper, ca.
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Score: 100% Child in a Pram, 1957
Accession Number: 1984.187.156924F.2
Image of child in pram in harbor (probably Harwich Port, Mass.). Visible in image: cropped from original: young blond boy in life vest rowing a pram on a calm, sunny day in a harbor, gaff-rigged sloop"ROBWIND", cruiser "RACOMBO / SHYC / HARWICH PORT", and unidentified sloop in background. Stamped on back: "SUBURBIA TODAY / GUIDE [Boats] / ISSUE [May] / PAGE / ART CREDIT / MANAGING ED / ART DEPT. / PHOTO CREDIT", "SUBURBIA TODAY / 7821 30 APR 1 REC'D" and in rectangular box: “MORRIS ROSENFELD...
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Score: 100% Penn Yan Advertisement Job, female model, ca. 1960
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.1
5x8 silver gelatin contact print made by Rosenfeld and Sons, ca. 1958 most likely commissioned by Pen Yan boat company to promote by advertising their newest model for that year. PHOTOGRAPHS NN.1984.187.1 silver gelatin print Rosenfeld and Sons 306649 m306649-t.jpg Penn Yan Advertisement Job, female model, ca.
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Score: 100% Martin Advertisement Job, model in outboard, 1951
Accession Number: 1984.187.132439F
10x8 silver gelatin print made by Rosenfeld and Sons commissioned by the Martin Outboard Motor Company for the purpose of advertisement. View of a female model in a bathing suit in an open utility, underway, with a Martin outboard motor attached to the transom. stamped: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970" and "132439F".
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Score: 100% Advertisement job; two young girls in an outboard, ca. 1960
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.11
8x10 silver gelatin print made by Rosenfeld and Sons, ca. One girl is holding on to the handle of the Martin '20 small outboard motor. PHOTOGRAPHS NN.1984.187.11 silver gelatin print Rosenfeld and Sons 303689 m303689-t.jpg Advertisement job; two young girls in an outboard, ca.
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Score: 100% Johnson Motor job, female models in a Dunphy utility, ca. 1930's
Accession Number: RD.1984.187.27583
8x10 print made by Rosenfeld and Sons in the 1930's for an advertising job for the Johnson Motor Company. View of two young female models in dresses, in a Dunphy utility, underpower, port beam view with a Johnson "Sea Horse" outboard motor attached. PHOTOGRAPHS RD.1984.187.27583 silver gelatin print Rosenfeld and Sons 303527 m303527-t.jpg Johnson Motor job, female models in a Dunphy utility, ca.
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Score: 100% Telephone wires atop the Walker Building
Accession Number: 1984.187.9484
8x10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1919. Image of telephone wires atop the Walker Building in New York City. Visible in image: Walker Building, telephone wires and poles, Shardlow Building.
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Score: 100% Drawing of a city street with telephone wires
Accession Number: 1984.187.9483
Image of overhead wires on John Street in New York City. Visible in image: telephone poles and wires, men in 1890s fashions, horse drawn trolley, soda shop, and Chatham National Bank. Stamped on back in oval: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST. N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% Side View of Underbody of PC-1196 at Launching at Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation, Morris Heights, NY, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.57868
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 24, 1942. Image of side view of underbody of PC-1196 at the launching at Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation in Morris Heights, NY. Stamped on back in rectangular box: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Underbody of PC 1196, At Launching, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation, Morris Heights, NY, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.57867
8x10 gelatin silver print from 8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 24, 1942. Image of underbody of PC-1196 during launching at Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation in Morris Heights, NY. Stamped on back in rectangular box on back of photograph: “MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU ST., N.Y. / Phone Beekman 3-4970”.
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Score: 100% Ladies Day at Larchmont Yacht Club, Larchmont, New York, 1911
Accession Number: 1984.187.506S
6x8 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Son in 1911 at Ladies Day at the Larchmont Yacht Club, Larchmont, New York. One of the motor yachts is KESTRELL, Caldwell's 107' screw steamer, other types of vessels are screw launches, a Naphtha launch, rowboats, canoes, etc. :"L.Y.C. Ladies Day 1911 / View from Club House / 506 - Box 40". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Unidentified Naval Landing Craft prototype, 1956
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.516
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1956. Stamped on back in blue rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970". PHOTOGRAPHS NN.1984.187.516 gelatin silver print Rosenfeld and Sons 301523 m301523-t.jpg Unidentified Naval Landing Craft prototype, 1956 United States.
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Score: 100% British Yard Minesweeper (B)YMS-8, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.57830
8 x 10 Defender safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on October 18, 1942. Port bow view of the British Yard minesweeper (B)YMS-8 at dock. PHOTOGRAPHS - SOFT NEGATIVES 1984.187.57830 safety negative Rosenfeld and Sons 301484 m327363-t.jpg British Yard Minesweeper (B)YMS-8, 1942 New York: Whitestone Great Britain.
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Score: 100% Spectators reviewing scoreboard at Toronto Races, 1918
Accession Number: 1984.187.3173S
5x7 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at the time of the Toronto Speedboat Races in Toronto, Canada in 1918. Listed on the scoreboard are: WHIP-PO-WILL JR, MISS DETROIT III, MISS MINNEAPOLIS and a partial name, BABY [ ? / Toronto Races 1918 / Box 471 / Score Board / Toronto."
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Score: 100% ALERT, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.43070F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 27, 1930. Visible in image: port bow view of power cruiser with burgee with star at bow, flag with in four quarters with H in upper left quarter, American nautical ensign, two men and a women in stern, wooden boat. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "9/27/30 / Cruise (Rudder Story) / Alert - Hartford Conn., 36' / under way / Owner Dr. Arthur C. Huenblein / 179 Allen St. / Hartford, Conn. / Sterling / Box 3004 / Kunell...
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Score: 100% Eastburn Garage on South Side of 1780 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY, 1942
Accession Number: 1984.187.57228
Image of Eastburn Garage on south side of 1780 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY. Visible in image: large brick building with large windows and car ramps taking up a city block, signs on front read: "EASTBURN / GARAGE / SINCLAIR / H.C. / GASOLINE", "Complete LUBRICATION / FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS" and "EASTBURN / GARAGE / LOW / RATES", cars parked on street. Typed on original negative sleeve: “57228 3/10/42 / 2644-3 / Albert J. Schwarzler, / 2434 Grand Concourse, / Bronx, NY / Photo of Eastburn ...
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Score: 100% Telephone Advertising Series
Accession Number: 1984.187.416
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Visible in image: druggist taking an order by telephone at the drugstore, in background is wall of medicines in glass jars, scales and wrapping paper. This image may be part of the series of images about ordering by telephone items from the drugstore.
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Score: 100% Resident telephone and telegraph operator at Rothman's Pharmacy, circa 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.119
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Image of resident telephone and telegraph operator at Rothman's Pharmacy. Visible in image: female telephone and telegraph operator sitting behind counter, rows of medicines and supplies on walls, row of telephone booths "1" to "5" in store with Bell Telephone symbols on glass doors, over her desk is a bell: "LOCAL / AND / LONG / DISTANCE / TELEPHONE" and sign for: "WESTERN UNION / TELEGRAPH / AND / CABLE OFFICE", sign...
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Score: 100% Workmen with their Lunchpails, 1930
Accession Number: 1984.187.39078
8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 10, 1930. Image of workmen with their lunch pails, copy of photo at Rosenfeld and Sons Studio, New York City. Visible in image: group of men in three rows, the first row sitting on ground, the next row standing and the third standing on risers, lunchpails arranged in front of them, treeline, bridge and telephone poles in background.
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Score: 100% NOKOMIS interior, 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.6501
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Morris Rosenfeld, May 1917. NOKOMIS was designed by Gielow & Orr and built by Pusey & Jones in Wilmington, DE 1917. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "6501 / 5/28/17 / 'Nokomis' / for Gielow + Orr / Box 523".
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Score: 100% NOKOMIS 1917
Accession Number: 1984.187.493F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Morris Rosenfeld on June 6, 1917. Port quarter view of the screw steamer NOKOMIS at anchor. NOKOMIS was designed by Gielow & Orr, and built by Pusey & Jones in Wilmington, DE 1917.
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Score: 100% Rothman's Pharmacy, New York City, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.121
The pharmacy is heavily advertising the American Telephone & Telegraph Co., especially the long distance telephone, booths and operator. A sign for an office above the pharmacy advertises for a midwife: "MRS. COGAN MIDWIFE". Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "121 Box 10--14 / Tel Co / Rothman's Pharmacy / Box".
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Score: 100% Switchboard operator trainees attending class, circa 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.1484
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Image of switchboard operator trainees attending class. Visible in image: group of about 50 women sitting in a classroom, teacher stands in front of class pointing to part of a mockup switchboard.
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Score: 100% Telephone Information Board in Newark circa 1912-1913
Accession Number: 1984.187.798
5x7 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912 to 1913. Image of Telephone Information Board in Newark, New Jersey. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "798 / Tel / Information board / Newark / Box 65". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% New York Telephone Company Safe, circa 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.136
8x10 glass plate copy negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Image of New York Telephone Company safe in New York. Visible in image: open "HERRING- HALL- MARVIN SAFE CO. / HAMILTON / OHIO / USA" safe containing bags of coins marked: "N.Y. TEL. CO. / 200.00 / 5 on top shelf, three doors in center and rows of 15 smaller card catalog drawers, two framed records for Public Telephones and Telegraphs on wall, .
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Score: 100% Telephone coin operated machine money collection, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.134
8x10 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on January 3, 1912, New York City, New York. Image of $745.80 in coin collected by Mr. Down's of the New York Telephone Company. Visible in image: man standing next to a table with a wall telephone, coin box and pile of coins on the table, above which is a sign that reads: "$745.80 collected / by Mr. Downs on / Jan. 3, 1912.
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Score: 100% Grocer story, circa 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.603
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Image of grocer story in New York City. Visible in image: interior of a grocery store with clerks working at a fruit display, signs for macaroni, fruit, biscuits, cocoa, eggs and tinned meats and fish.
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Score: 100% Mail Order Department at Gimbel's circa 1912-1913
Accession Number: 1984.187.126
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912-1913. Image of mail order department at Gimbel's in New York City. Visible in image: two women on the telephone receiving orders, man observing to their right, desk has "AVS" calender flipped to "January / 5/ FRIDAY", ink pens on rack, stamp, and inkpot, rolled up plans, wire basket for holding papers, and two standing phones and boxes.
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Score: 100% Two young ladies using a telephone, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.40
View of two young women in a bedroom, seen seated, while the woman on the left removes the ear piece from the telephone hook. Both women seen with long hair tied loosely back, with white blouses, long black skits, black stockings, and black shoes. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "2 young ladies in bedroom using phone / 40". One image of a series taken by Morris Rosenfeld to advertise the use of the telephone, and to convey the many uses for a private telephone.
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Score: 100% Rural family with telephone communications, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.813
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915. View of a family posed in a rural field, with a modified Italianate style house, a windmill, and telephone wires seen in the background. This image was used by the telephone company to illustrate the telephone was accessible even in the country.
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Score: 100% Young child sitting on chair reading phonebook, circa 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.1122
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Image of young child sitting on chair reading phonebook. Visible in image: young child sitting on chair in living room reading the phone book while the telephone is off the hook, good example of period furniture-arm chair, side table, and sofa, as well as curtains and wall hangings.
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Score: 100% Dinner party with guest using telephone, circa 1912-1913
Accession Number: 1984.187.223
Image of dinner party with guest using telephone. Visible in image: posed view of a group of eight fashionably dressed adults, seen seated in a dining room, one guest has excused himself to answer the telephone, while the remaining guests patiently sit and look toward the telephone. One image of a series taken by Morris Rosenfeld to advertise the use of the telephone, and to convey the many uses for a private telephone.
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Score: 100% Woman using standing phone, circa 1913
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.1956
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1913. Image of woman using standing telephone. Visible in image: older woman sitting at a table using a telephone, holding a "BALCH PRIC & Co. / BROOKLYN" catalogue in her lap, on the table are two, "Goodhousekeeping" books, "COLL...
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Score: 100% J.D. Rockerfeller's telephone, circa 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.145
Visibile in image: standing phone, "*229*", plugged into wall box with numerous intercom buttons: "CENTRAL / BACK/HALL / WEST/ROOM / SOUTH/WEST/ROOM / MAIDS/ROOM / SMALL/ROOM / NORTH/ROOM / MRS. R'S/ ROOM / EAST/SITTING/ROOM / BUTLER'S/PANTRY / HOUSE/KEEPERS /OFFICE / MENS/HALL / FURNACE/ROOM / TRANSFER / HALL / FRONT/HALL / NORTH/WEST/ROOM / SOUTH/EAST/ROOM / HOUSE/KEEPERS/ROOM / FRONT/HALL / SOUTH/ROOM / MR. R'S/ROOM / MR. R'S/SITTING/ROOM / OFFICE / ALCOVE / KITCHEN / SERVANTS/HALL / GOLF/...
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Score: 100% Man soldering on frame, circa 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.923
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Visible in image: repairman kneeling on floor soldering telephone wires on main frame of switchboard while a repairman behind him works on another portion of the mainframe. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "N.Y. Tel. Co / 11th Home / 4". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Telephone operator at switchboard, 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.931
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915. View of a woman switchboard operator seen at her station, and an unidentified exchange, circa 1912. The small sign above her switchboard reads: "FLAT CALLS / PLAZA -640 / POLICE CALLS / SPRING-3100 / TELEGRAM CALLS / WESTERN UNION RECT 5000 / POSTAL...."
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Score: 100% Switchboard with operator's arm, circa 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.1103
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Image of switchboard with operator's arm. Visible in image: switchboard numbered with metal tags "3" to "83" cables plugged into switchboard, the operator's arm pictured is making a phone connection.
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Score: 100% Operator at Switchboard, ca. 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.1144
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons, ca. 1912 of a female telephone operator seated to the right, in front of an switchboard, plugging into the board with cables and wiring frames in the background. PHOTOGRAPHS ANN.1984.187.1144 glass negative Rosenfeld and Sons 297952 m297952-t.jpg Operator at Switchboard, ca.
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Score: 100% Switchboard operator, circa 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.1392
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Visible in image: single female operator at a switchboard writing on a note pad. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% SEA GULL, Robinson cruiser with Models, 1929
Accession Number: 1984.187.33774
8 x 10 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1929. View of four female models posed on the deck of the motor boat SEA GULL, at the Motor Boat Show, NYC. Typed on negative sleeve: "33774 / [Box] 1887-20 / Models on Sea Gull".
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Score: 100% Wiring, circa 1913
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.1947
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1913. Image of telephone distribution board wiring. Visible in image: rows 201 10 , 201 90, 201 50, 217 20, 30, with bundles of wire running horizontally, individual strands of which plug into holes in main frame.
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Score: 100% Telephone operators checking directories, 1912
Accession Number: 1984.187.58
8 x 10 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1915. Image taken as part of long term commissioned work and documentation for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company, ranging from 1910 through the 1940s. View of female telephone operators, seen stationed at a switchboard with telephone books lined up in front of them, categorized by location.
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Score: 100% Telephone operators and supervisors at switchboards on both sides of room, circa 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.1145
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Image of telephone operators and supervisors at switchboards on both sides of room. Visible in image: large switchboard complex with about 60 operators and 10 supervisors, switchboard numbers 113 to 214, in center are small stands with switches, and a main desk, stairs lead up to office, hanging fans and lights.
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Score: 100% Man at desk using telephone, circa 1912
Accession Number: ANN.1984.187.908
8x10 glass plate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1912. Image of man at desk using telephone. Visible in image: man seated at office desk in an office using the telephone, wood panelled wall, Persian rugs on floor.
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Score: 100% DORADE, #16, with Olin & Rod Stephens aboard, starboard quarter view on a close reach, 1931
Accession Number: 1984.187.45872F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in June 1931. Image of 52' Sparkman & Stephens, Inc. designed, Minneford Yacht Yard built auxiliary yawl DORADE (built 1930 in City Island, NY) undersail. Visible in image: cropped starboard quarter view of DORADE on close reach under main and mizzen sails, staysail and jib heeled over, rail down, steering is Olin Stephens and behind him looking forward is his brother Rod, they are joined by three women and another man, all dressed up.
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Score: 100% ATLANTIC, 4-masted schooner, 1933
Accession Number: 1984.187.64178F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on June 18, 1933. Image of 185' Gardner & Cox designed, Townsend & Downey built three masted auxiliary schooner ATLANTIC (built 1903 in Shooters Island, N.Y.) underway. Visible in image: port beam view of the three masted schooner ATLANTIC on starboard close-hauled tack under gaff-rigged fore, main and mizzensails, topsails, staysail, inner, outer and flying jib, three unidentified burgees fly from masts, land in background. For...
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Score: 100%
Accession Number: 1984.187.191983.13A.3
Image of the 67' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Minneford Yacht Yard built 12 meter class sloop ENTERPRISE (built 1976 in City Island, NY) crossing 65'5" Olin Stephens designed, Minneford Yacht Yard built 12 meter class sloop COURAGEOUS (built 1974 in City Island, NY) at America's Cup Trials. Visible in image: cropped port quarter view of "COURAGEOUS / KINGS POINT NY" in foreground on port close reach being crossed by starboard side of ENTERPRISE (12 / 27) on port close reach under marconi-...
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Score: 100% SHAMROCK IV, 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.4259FA.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 24, 1920. SHAMROCK IV was a British contender, she was designed by Charles E. Nicholson and built by Camper C. Nicholson in Gosport, England 1914. Note: this view is horizontal, this negative also has an original print printed vertical (1984.187.4258FA.2).
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Score: 100% SHAMROCK IV, America's Cup, 5th Race, 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.4259FA
View of the cutter SHAMROCK IV at the 1920 America's Cup. SHAMROCK IV was a British contender designed by Charles E. Nicholson and built by Camper C. Nicholson in Gosport, England, 1914. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: 4259-F-A / International Yacht Races 5th Race / Shamrock / Box 547".
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Score: 100% RESOLUTE 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.4215F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1920. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "4215F / 2nd Race Resolute". Note: RESOLUTE lost this America's Cup race, as well as the first race.
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Score: 100% View of ruins at Purdy Boat Shop after fire, 1928
Accession Number: 1984.187.27566F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on April 1, 1928. Image of ruins at Purdy Boat Shop after the fire in Port Washington, NY. Visible in image: man standing among fire rubble of charred beams, gears, cement balls, pipes, et cetera.
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Score: 100% Etchells 22 Class boats racing, 1969
Accession Number: 1984.187.187462.19
film frame photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons, September, 1969 of Etchells 22 Class boats racing, port bow view on a slight starboard tack. View of Etchells 22 boats (l-r): #7, #33, #26, #21, #5, #61, #2, #20, #4, #24. Information from 35mm cover stamped: "187462". Handwritten: "Small boat Racing - Etchells & Solings / 9-1969."
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Score: 100% Bell staff atop despatch building
Accession Number: 1984.187.9471
Visible in image: men on phone poles on top of building, and inside offices of building with signs: "Electric/ Call/ Bells" and "Telephone Despatch Co./ Holmes & Co. Hotel/ A---lators", caption reads:"Office of E.T. Holmes/ 342 Washington St. Boston, "1877"/In this office the first telephone business was done, and the first/ connection of banks and business firms through a central office and/ switchboard was accomplished. Written on the original negative sleeve: "IV #1/ Holmes Telephone Bldg ...
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Score: 100% BUTTERFLY, 52' cutter, Larchmont Races, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.23553F
5x7 Kodak negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons, July 4, 1927 during the time of the Larchmont Yacht Club races. Image of the 52' cutter, BUTTERFLY, sail #P1(DS & BU: Herreshoff, 1903), undersail, port beam view. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% MUSTANG, Reefing Main, Newport to Bermuda Race, 1950
Accession Number: 1984.187.126985F
Image of 45' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Henry B. Nevins built New York 32 class auxiliary sloop MUSTANG (built 1936 in City Island, NY) during the Newport-Bermuda Race. Image of 127.5' W. Starling Burgess designed, Herreshoff built J class sloop RAINBOW (built 1934 in Bristol, R.I.), 130' Charles E. Nicholson designed, Camper & Nicholson Yard built J class cutter ENDEAVOUR (built 1934 in Gosport, England), 135' Olin Stephens designed, Bath Iron Works built J class sloop RANGER (built 1937...
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Score: 100% BUTTERFLY, #1, New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.10691F
7x5 glass negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons August 12, 1923. Image of BUTTERFLY, a 46'11" cutter designed by Nathanael G. Herreshoff and built by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company of Bristol, RI. BUTTERFLY, a P Class sloop, sailed in the Handicap Class as #1, undersail, port beam view, during the time of the New York Yacht Club Race.
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Score: 100% Purdy Boat Shop interior, May 19, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.25391
8x10 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 19, 1926. Image of Purdy Boat Shop interior in Port Washington, New York. Typed on original negative sleeve: "25391 / 5/19/26 / 1538-11 / Interior Purdy shop at Port Washington, LI".
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Score: 100% STORM, #330, Winner of Vineyard Race, 1961
Accession Number: 1984.187.170465F
Kodak negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the Vineyard Race in 1961. STORM, sail #330, was a 39' auxiliary sloop built and designed in 1955 by the Luders Marine Construction Company of Stamford, Conn. for Alfred E."Bill" Luders, Jr. Bill Luders won the Vineyard Race twice, in 1959 and 1961, using a temporary controversial ketch rig with a mainsail called a "bikini". Handwritten in pencil: "Vineyard Race / 330 STORM / winner / winner class D." CREDIT LINE: Mystic ...
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Score: 100% GOOD NEWS, #94, New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1951
Accession Number: 1984.187.130483F
5x4 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1951, off Newport, Rhode Island. yawl designed by Sparkman and Stephens and built by Henry B. Nevins, Inc. in 1939, undersail on a starboard tack with all sails set, including the spinnaker. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Dyer Dhow being swamped, Larchmont Race Week, 1960
Accession Number: 1984.187.166550.3
35mm frame photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during Larchmont Race Week, July, 1960. View of 2 teenage girls in a Dyer Dhow dinghy, port bow view, sail reaching, out on a windy day. : "Larchmont Race Week 1960 / 166550F / 7/1960".
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Score: 100% Girls bailing a dinghy, Larchmont Race Week, 1960
Accession Number: 1984.187.166550.2
35mm frame photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during Larchmont Race Week, July, 1960. View of 2 teenage girls in a Dyer Dhow dinghy, port bow view, sail reaching, out on a windy day. One girl is holds on to the tiller with the other girl is trying to bail the boat with a large scoop.
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Score: 100% Afterguard of SHAMROCK IV, cutter at Second Race of America's Cup, 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.4211F
5x7 glass plate negative photographed by Morris Rosenfeld on July 17, 1920. Image of 110.33' Charles E. Nicholson designed, Camper & Nicholson built cutter SHAMROCK IV (built 1914 in Gosport, England) at second race of America's Cup off New York. Visible in image: cropped aft deck port view of SHAMROCK IV with crew in whites sailor suits and white bucket hats, officers in straw hats, dark suit jackets and vests and white pants, a woman is seated in the cockpit, the main boom is visible ...
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Score: 100% Start Lightning Class sloop race, 1945
Accession Number: 1984.187.112728F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 7, 1945. View of three lightning class sloops racing. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "9/7 / Start Lightnings".
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Score: 100% DORADE, Bermuda Race, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.61142F.1
8x10 silver gelatin print from 5x7 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1932. Visible in image: DORADE with main and mizzen sails, staysail, jib, and jib topsail raised, burgees flying from main and mizzen masts, crew seated aft; other boats in background, one to starboard of DORADE set with gaff rigged main and fore sail, a topsail on the main and a fisherman's staysail, staysail and jib. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 ...
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Score: 100% DORADE, #16, start of Class B, Bermuda Race, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.61142F
5x7 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1932. Visible in image: DORADE with main and mizzen sails, staysail, jib, and jib topsail raised, burgees flying from main and mizzen masts, crew seated aft; other boats in background, one to starboard of DORADE set with gaff rigged main and fore sail, a topsail on the main and a fisherman's staysail, staysail and jib. Written on original negative sleeve: "Start Class B" and stamped: "BERMUDA 1932".
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Score: 100% Herreshoff 15 Buzzards Bay knockabouts racing, between 1901 and 1903
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.382
of the Buzzards Bay 15 Class were delivered to members of the Beverly Yacht Club in Marion, Massachusetts for the summer racing season of 1899 and the building of these vessels was commissioned by Robert W. Emmons II, a member of the Beverly Yacht Club. The Buzzards Bay 15 was the second of the Herreshoff One-designs. They were known as the E-Class at the Beverly Yacht Club..."
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Score: 100% Start of Class A, EDLU in the foreground, Bermuda Race, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.75513F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the Bermuda Race in 1936. Image of a Class A start with many sailing vessels racing, starboard bow and starboard beam views. Handwritten: "Start / Class A". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% Gold Cup Trophy
Accession Number: 1984.187.90F
5 x 7 glass plate negative by Morris Rosenfeld circa 1915. Metals mounted around base read: "WON BY / 'CHIP II' / REPRESENTING / CHIPPAWA YACHT CLUB / AUGUST 23RD / 1906"; "WON BY / 'CHIP II' / REPRESENTATIVE / CHIPPAWA YACHT CLUB / AUGUST 15 / 1907"; "WON BY / 'DIXIE II' / REPRESENTING THE / THOUSAND ISLANDS / YACHT CLUB / AUGUST 22ND / 1908"; "WON BY / 'DIXIE' / REPRESENTING THE / THOUSAND ISLANDS / YACHT CLUB / AUGUST 19-20 / 1909". Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "90F / Gold ...
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Score: 100% Mr. Robert Edgren with Mr. & Mrs. J. Stewart Blackton, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.103F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Morris Rosenfeld in August 1915 in Manhasset Bay, NY. Close, centered, posed view of Robert Edgren with Mr. & Mrs. J. Stuart Blackton, seen standing on the deck of an unidentified yacht at the 1915 Gold Cup Races. Robert Edgren was the driver of his hydroplane BABY SPEED DEMON II in the 1915 Gold Cup Race.
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Score: 100% Chriscraft runabout with Chris Smith, at races, Boston, Massassachusetts, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.22989F
Kodak negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in Boston, Massachusetts in 1927. View taken from a dock looking at a three cockpit Chris Craft runabout, 2 cockpits forward and one aft behind the engine hatches, alongside with three men and three women seated in it showing a 3/4 starboard bow view from the forward cockpit aft. There is a full view of one man in the aft seat that may be Christopher Columbus Smith with his ever present cigar but the man beside him to the right is hidden by ...
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Score: 100% TEMPO VI, #G-13, Detroit, 1946
Accession Number: 1984.187.114850F
4x5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons at the Detroit Races, 1946. Image shows the 1946 Gold Cup winner TEMPO VI, hull racing #G-13, underway, port quarter view, down by the Detroit Yacht Club docks, Detroit, Michigan. The driver is Guy Lombardo, owner of TEMPO VI, driving while there are 3 male photographers seated forward taking either snapshots or movie film of Mr. Lombardo who is seated aft.
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Score: 100% SS UNITED STATES, New York, 1953
Accession Number: 1984.187.135357F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on March 21, 1953. View of the SS UNITED STATES, seen underway, passing across the New York City skyline. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "3/21/53 / S/S UNITED STATES".
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Score: 100% BALLAHOO, 30' Hacker dual cockpit runabout under way, 1922
Accession Number: NN.1984.187.512
8x10 gelatin silver print by Rosenfeld and Sons. Embossed on the print at lower right: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / N.Y." Print is brittle. Speed close to 40 M.P.H." Written on the verso in pencil: "HACKER" / 524 / 5 / 8489F [note: print does not match negative with this number]".
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Score: 100% ESCAPADE, 1950
Accession Number: 1984.187.125757F.1
8x10 gelatin silver print from 5x7 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1950. Visible in image: portside view of yawl with main, mizzen, mizzen staysail, and spinnaker set, crew at work. Stamped on back in rectangular box: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970".
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Score: 100% ESCAPADE, Lipton Race, 1950
Accession Number: 1984.187.125757F
5x7 safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1950. Image of the 72'6" yawl, ESCAPADE (DS: Rhodes; BU: Luders, 1938), taken during the time of the Lipton Race off Florida. Written on original negative sleeve: "ESCAPADE #108" and stamped: "125757F / LIPTON RACE / FLORIDA / 1950 / [Box] 5094".
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Score: 100% CYANE, crew photo, Transatlantic Race, 1963
Accession Number: 1984.187.174793F
2 1/2 x 3 1/2 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons just before the start of the Transatlantic Race in 1963. Image is a group shot of the crew of the vessel, CYANE, seated and standing in the aft cockpit. CYANE was a 46'1" auxiliary aluminum sloop, built in 1959 by Jakobson Shipyard of Oyster Bay, New York and designed by Sparkman & Stephens, Inc. Stamped neg.
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Score: 100% KIRAWAN, Bermuda Race, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.75528F
7x5 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the Bermuda Race of 1936. Image of the 53 ft. auxiliary cutter, KIRAWAN, designed by Philip L. Rhodes of Cox & Stevens, Inc. and built by Jakobson & Peterson, Inc. in 1936, undersail, full vessel, starboard beam view. : "75528F / BERMUDA RACE 1936 / [Box] 4261".
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Score: 100% KIRAWAN, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.75526F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the Bermuda Race of 1936. Image of the 53 ft. auxiliary cutter, KIRAWAN, designed by Philip L. Rhodes of Cox & Stevens, Inc. and built by Jakobson & Peterson, Inc. in 1936, undersail, three quarter view, starboard quarter angle on a mild port tack, deck visible. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% GOOSE, Six Metre, #US81, International Six Metre Race, 1947
Accession Number: 1984.187.118536F
5x4 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the International Six Metre Races held in 1947. Image of the 36'7" Six Meter sloop, GOOSE, #US81 (DS:S&S: BU: Nevins, 1938), undersail, port bow view, mainsail running free and spinnaker set. six[sic] Metre Race 1947."
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Score: 100% Chemical Bank & Trust Company, 165 Broadway, New York City, 1940
Accession Number: 1984.187.55296
Image of Chemical Bank & Trust Company, 165 Broadway, New York City. Visible in image: street corner of Rockefeller Plaza and West 51st Street with "RESTAURANT FRANCAIS / 23 CAFE RAFFIER 25", "TRANSATLANTIC / TRAVEL SERVICE / BUREAU", Charles Calanese / SHIRT MAKER", "Masover / Laundry", "Eric RESTAURANT", "LOUIS", "LIVERIGHT BOOKSHOP", "HAMBURGER / MARY / REST-BAR", "CHATEAU RICHELIEU 13" and "GREEN / LINE/ SANDWICHES" on ground floor of row houses of different architectural styles, ...
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Score: 100% TICONDEROGA, bowsprit, Newport Bermuda Race, 1952
Accession Number: 1984.187.133055F
Kodak safety photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the Newport to Bermuda Race in 1952 off Newport, Rhode Island. Image of some of the crew of TICONDEROGA, a 72' ketch, sail #100 (DS: Herreshoff; BU: Quincy, 1936), at the bow of the vessel gathering the foresail on the bowsprit in windy weather. : "133055F / 1952 NEWPORT BERMUDA / [Box] 5216."
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Score: 100% PIMM, Star Class sloop #1420, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.84048F
5 x 7 soft negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in September of 1937. Port beam view of the sloop, PIMM, sail #1420, undersail, on starboard tack on Long Island Sound. PIMM was a 22'7" Star Class sloop designed by William Gardner and built in 1937.
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Score: 100% VATERLAND
Accession Number: 1984.187.213F
5 x 7 glass plate negative taken by Morris Rosenfeld in 1916. Port view of the steamship VATERLAND being escorted by three tugboats, including the Hamburg-American Line Tug #3. VATERLAND was built for the Hamburg - American Line by Blohm & Voss in Hamburg, Germany 1914. US troops re-named her LEVIATHAN.
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Score: 100% RUNNING TIDE, Lipton Cup, 1971
Accession Number: 1984.187.188727.8
35mm safety film strip frame #8 photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1971 during the time of the Lipton Cup Race off Florida. Image of the 60'6" sloop, RUNNING TIDE, sail #4444 (DS: S&S; BU: Huisman, 1969), undersail, full view, starboard quarter/beam view on a port tack with half of deck visible, bow spray, clouds in background. : "188727 / 1971 / FLORIDA - LIPTON CUP".
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Score: 100% Tending Lines Aboard RUNNING TIDE, Florida, 1971
Accession Number: 1984.187.188723.32
Image of 61' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Huisman Shipyard built sloop RUNNING TIDE (built 1969 in Vollenhove, The Netherlands), sail #4444, undersail, starboard beam view off Florida. Visible in image: cropped starboard beam view of RUNNING TIDE on port close reach under marconi-rigged mainsail and genoa, crew is tending lines. Typed on original negative sleeve: “/ /1971 / 188723 / FLORIDA / 4444-RUNNING TIDE / AMERICAN EAGLE / 4785-SORCERY / 6989-DORA / 11-13“. CREDIT LINE: Mystic ...
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Score: 100% RUNNING TIDE, sloop off Florida, 1971
Accession Number: 1984.187.188723.28
35mm safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1971. Image of 61' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Huisman Shipyard built sloop RUNNING TIDE (built 1969 in Vollenhove, The Netherlands) off Florida. Visible in image: starboard beam view of RUNNING TIDE (4444) on port close reach under marconi-rigged mainsail and genoa, crew seated aft.
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Score: 100% Count Casimir Mankowski, 1915
Accession Number: 1984.187.138F
5 x 7 glass plate negative photographed by Morris Rosenfeld in Manhasset Bay, NY, 1915. View of Count Casimir Mankowski sitting on the bow of his hydroplane ANKLE DEEP TOO. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Aug 1915 / Gold Cup Races / Box 16 / Count Mankowski".
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Score: 100% RUNNING TIDE, sloop off Florida, 1971
Accession Number: 1984.187.188725.18
35 mm safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons circa 1971. Image of 61' Sparkman & Stephens designed, Huisman Shipyard built sloop RUNNING TIDE (built 1969 in Vollenhove, The Netherlands) off Florida. Visible in image: port quarter view of RUNNING TIDE (4444) on port close reach under marconi-rigged mainsail and genoa, crew seated aft.
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Score: 100% MAYFLOWER, 1886, copy of
Accession Number: 1984.187.158848F
5x7 Defender safety copy negative made by Rosenfeld and Sons from a from a book. MAYFLOWER was a 100' sloop built in 1886 by George Lawley and Son of South Boston, Massachusetts from designs by Edward Burgess. The original image was copied by the Rosenfelds from a book published in 1887 by Edward Burgess titled, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH YACHTING, Plate III.
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Score: 100% MALABAR X, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.61168F.1
8 x 10 gelatin silver print taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1932. Port quarter view of MALABAR X under sail during the Newport to Bermuda Race. MALABAR X was built in 1930 as an auxiliary schooner.
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Score: 100% MALABAR X, Bermuda Race, 1932
Accession Number: 1984.187.61168F
5 x 7 Kodak safety negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1932. Port quarter view of MALABAR X under sail during the Newport to Bermuda Race. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Malabar X / Class A winner / Winner on corrected time / box 3570".
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Score: 100% Edward Burgess, naval architect, drawing of, ca. 1851
Accession Number: 1984.187.158849F
7x5 black and white copy negative made by Rosenfeld and Sons from an unidentified source for use in a book. The image copied by the Rosenfelds is a head view of the American naval architect Edward Burgess (1851-1891) of Boston, Massachusetts who designed, among many other craft, the America's Cup defenders PURITAN (1885), MAYFLOWER (1886), and VOLUNTEER (1887). PHOTOGRAPHS - SOFT NEGATIVES 1984.187.158849F black-and -white copy negative Rosenfeld and Sons 290989 m290989-t.jpg Edward Burgess...
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Score: 100% Henry S. Morgan and Charles F. Adams on the veranda of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.91441F
4x5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1939. View of a section of the porch of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club with 2 men relaxing on the porch. Handwritten info: "H.S. Morgan / Charles Francis Adams on veranda-Royal Bermuda Y.C. / 2-man on deck."
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Score: 100% BLUENOSE, #1, and GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD, #2, International Fishermen's Races, 1938
Accession Number: 1984.187.90413F
2 1/2 x 4" nitrate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in October 1938 at Gloucester, MA. Port beam view of the fishing schooners BLUENOSE and GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD. GERTRUDE L. THEBAUD was the last of the all-sail Gloucester fishing schooners launched.
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Score: 100% MY SWEETIE, undertow, Gold Cup Races, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.123749F
4 x 5 Kodak safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 2, 1949. View of the John Hacker designed, Lester Staudacher built speedboat MY SWEETIE (built in Kawkawlin, MI 1948), seen undertow along docks. She was also the winner of Silver Cup Regatta, the O.J. Mulford Silver Cup, September 1949, and won the President's Cup that same year.
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Score: 100% International One Design 2, 1949
Accession Number: 1984.187.125072F
4x5 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on September 9, 1949. Image of 33' Bjarne Aas International One Design sloop ARGYLEE (built 1937 in Fredrikstad, Norway). Visible in image: port quarter view of ARGYLEE (IC/2) "MBYC" on port broad reach heeled over rail down under marconi-rigged mainsail, crew member draped over port rail to stabilize boat, whitecaps on the water, another sloop and land in background.
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Score: 100% COTTON BLOSSOM III, 12 Meter, #1, heeled over, 1941
Accession Number: 1984.187.100877F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons May 24, 1941. Image of the 69'3" twelve meter, COTTON BLOSSOM III, sail #1, designed by Burgess, Rigg & Morgan, Ltd. and built by Abeking & Rasmussen in 1928, undersail, starboard quarter view, heeled over on a port tack in a brisk wind with deck and crew visible. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor of Hudson H. Bubar.
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Score: 100% ZIO and NIGHTWIND, 1939
Accession Number: 1984.187.93589F
Image of 12 meter cutter ZIO and sloop NIGHTWIND in New York Yacht Club Cruise. Visible in image: ZIO (12/3) and NIGHTWIND (12/1) with raised main and spinnaker, crew seen on Zio. Written on original negative sleeve: "Zio / 12/3 / & NightWind / 12/1 / NYYC Cruise 1939".
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Score: 100% NOTRE DAME, #G-5, dockside view at President's Cup, Washington, D.C., 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.84351F
4x5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the Washington Races, September of 1937. NOTRE DAME was the winner of both the President's Cup and the Gold Cup the year this photograph was taken. Stamped on negative sleeve: "84351F / Presidents Cup/ Washington/ 1937.
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Score: 100% Maude Rutherfurd, speedboat driver, President's Cup, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.84334F
5x4 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the Presidents Cup race in Washington, DC. Closeup of Mrs. Maude Rutherfurd seated in the cockpit of her speedboat racer showing only her left arm, shoulder and head turned toward the camera. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% RAINBOW, J Class, #J5, New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.77069F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the New York Yacht Club Cruise of August, 1936. Image of the 126'7" J class sloop RAINBOW, designed by Burgess & Donaldson, Inc. and built by Herreshoff Manufacturing Company of Bristol, Rhode Island in 1934. Visible in image: port bow view of sloop on a starboard tack with an officer sitting on the portside rail and crew lying on deck for more balance on the starboard side rail, deck visible.
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Score: 100% APACHE, New York 32 at NYYC Cruise, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.76897F
5x7 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1936. Image of 45' Sparkman & Stephens designed New York 32 APACHE (built 1936) at NYYC Cruise. Visible in image: starboard bow view of vessel (NY/2) heeled over with bottom paint showing on starboard close-hauled tack with main and jib raised, crew on windward rail, one crewmember at bow, marconi rigged schooner and a bow view of another vessel in background.
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Score: 100% ZEEAREND, Bermuda Race, 1936
Accession Number: 1984.187.75583F
7x5 safety negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1936. Image of 54' Stephens designed Dutch owned yawl ZEEAREND (built 1936) during the Bermuda Race. Visible in image: bow view of yawl on starboard close-hauled tack with flying jib, jib, and mainsail set, large bow spray, triangular white field with dark diamond burgee and windsock flying from main mast, shoreline in background.
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Score: 100% Edsel Bryant Ford's 999 burning, 150 Mile Sweepstakes, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.13462F
View of the runabout racer NINE NINETY NINE burning in the 150 Mile Sweepstakes Race at the Detroit Races. NINE NINETY NINE caught fire on her 18th lap, she burned and sank. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Aug 1924 / T 999 / burning T99 / Detroit Races / Box 1164".
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Score: 100% ALOHA, undersail, August 16, 1923
Accession Number: 1984.187.10633F
7x5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons of the steam bark ALOHA on August 16, 1923. ALOHA was designed by Tams, Lemoine & Crane and built by Fore River Shipbuilding of Quincy, Massachusetts in 1910. : "Aloha" CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
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Score: 100% VARUNA, GRAY DAWN and MIRAGE, Larchmont O boats at sea, 1926
Accession Number: 1984.187.19167F
5x7 glass plate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons on July 5, 1926. Image of Larchmont O class sloops VARUNA, GRAY DAWN, and MIRAGE on Long Island Sound. Visible in image: stern view from left to right of MIRAGE (LO/5), GRAY DAWN (LO/4) and VARUNA (LO/2) with mainsail and clubfooted staysails raised, crews hiking out to windward, shoreline and other boats in background.
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Score: 100% WHISKER II, #347, and DEPARTURE II, #55, New York Yacht Club Cruise, 1956
Accession Number: 1984.187.152140F
5x4 Kodak negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the New York Yacht Club Cruise of 1956. cutter, DEPARTURE II, sail #55 (DS & BU: Hinckley, 1955), in the foreground, both starboard quarter views on a port tack with spinnakers set. Handwritten: WHISKER II - DEPARTURE II / page 106."
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Score: 100% RANGER, J boat, America's Cup, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.82908F
4x5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 2, 1937. Image of 135' Olin Stephens designed, Bath Iron Works built J class sloop RANGER (built 1937 in Bath, Me.) Visible in image: starboard beam view of RANGER (J/5) on port beam reach under marconi-rigged mainsail and genoa with two sheets on flat clew creating a quadrilateral genoa, crew is lined up on leeward rail, spectator motor yachts off port side.
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Score: 100% APHRODITE (III), 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.80143F
5x7 Defender negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons May 21, 1937 of John Whitney's 74' express cruiser, APHRODITE (DS&BU: Purdy, 1937), underway, starboard bow view. Typed: "5/21/37 / Whitney Cruiser built by Purdy." CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, image acquired in honor of Franz Schneider.
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Score: 100% Mr. & Mrs. Sopwith in a Gar Wood runabout, 1937
Accession Number: 1984.187.80779F
4 x 5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons June, 1937. Starboard bow view of a 28' Gar Wood, Inc. designed runabout alongside the British J Class sloop, ENDEAVOUR II. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Gar Wood runabout / + Endeavour / Mr. + Mrs. Sopwith".
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Score: 100% HOOSIER VI, power cruiser off Havana, 1924
Accession Number: 1984.187.11794F
5x7 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons March 18, 1924 of the spectator cruiser HOOSIER VI (built 1921) in Havana harbor. Visible in image: starboard quarter view of HOOSIER VI underway with Cuban flag flying from bow, the American Yacht Ensign from stern, name board and life ring with vessel name and home port of Miami, Fla., family on board, Morro Castle and tug in background. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Havana 1924 / HOOSIER VI / Box 1044" and typed: "11794-...
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Score: 100% Mr. Smith at wheel of Chris Craft at Algonac, 1927
Accession Number: 1984.187.22400F
5 x 7 soft negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on May 17, 1927. View of Mr. Smith at the wheel of an unidentified Chris Craft in Algonac, Michigan. Typed on original negative sleeve: "Typed on original negative sleeve: "22400-F 5/17/27 / Mr. Smith at wheel of Chriscraft at Algonac" and handwritten: "Box 1738".
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Score: 100% GUNFIRE JR., Mr. & Mrs. Gerald White, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.7254F
5x7 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1921. Typed on original sleeve: "7254-F". Handwritten: "Mr. & Mrs. Gerald White in Gunfire Jr. / closeup view / Box 736". PHOTOGRAPHS - NITRATE NEGATIVES 1984.187.7254F nitrate negative Rosenfeld and Sons 287040 m287040-t.jpg GUNFIRE JR.
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Score: 100% Bathing Beauties on board ARBUTUS II, Detroit, MI, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.7133F
5x7 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1921 at the Detroit Yacht Club, Detroit, Michigan at one of the club events. View of 6 pretty girls dressed in bathing suits all posed on the deck of the cruiser, ARBUTUS II, standing in a row pretending to haul in on a line together. sleeve info: "Detroit Races 1921 / Bathing girls / Box 726".
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Score: 100% Bathing Girls at the Detroit Races, Michigan, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.7128F
7x5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons during the time of the Detroit Races, Detroit, Michigan in 1921. Girl is wearing a sleeveless bathing suit of the times, a bathing cap, shorts, socks and ballet-type slippers. sleeve info: "Detroit Races / Cover photos / Bathing girls / Box 726".
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Score: 100% Fire Drill at the Tremont Office, New York Telephone Company, ca. 1916
Accession Number: 1984.187.1634
1916 of women telephone operators at the Tremont Exchange office practicing a fire drill by lining up in an orderly fashion and leaving a room through a doorway to the left. : "1634 / Telephone Co. / Box 131-11 / Tremont Office / Fire Drill". PHOTOGRAPHS 1984.187.1634 safety negative Rosenfeld and Sons 287000 m287000-t.jpg Fire Drill at the Tremont Office, New York Telephone Company, ca.
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Score: 100% MISS AMERICA, overview of engines, Detriot Races, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.7017F
7x5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons on August 30, 1921 on the Detroit River next to the Detroit Yacht Club, Detroit, Michigan. Image is an overview of the hydroplane MISS AMERICA at rest in between heats of the Gold Cup Races during the Detroit Yacht Club Regatta. sleeve: 7017-F". Handwritten: "Detroit Races 1921 / MISS AMERICA I Aeroplane View / Box 721".
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Score: 100% The Baby Bath, Detroit Races, September 5, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.7056F
5x7 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons, September 5, 1921 during the time of the Detroit Races at the Detroit Yacht Club, Detroit, MI. View taken from the dock looking down into the cockpit of a small cruiser where a woman is sitting in a deck chair washing an infant in a canvas baby tub. : "7056-F". Handwritten info: "Detroit Races 1921 / Lady giving baby bath.
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Score: 100% Floating gasoline barge, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.5763F
5 x 7 glass plate nitrate negative taken by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1921. View of the floating gasoline barge, FRED KNIGHT. Signs on barge read: "FRED KNIGHT", "PEOPLES GASOLINE / FILL HERE DAY OR NIGHT", "MOTOR BOAT REPAIRING", and "GASOLINE".
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Score: 100% Custer Juvenile Car, group of women and child, 1921
Accession Number: 1984.187.5613F
5x7 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1921 in Miami, Florida. View of Mrs. Morton, seated in a juvenile automobile, called a Custer Car, right front view facing the camera. Standing beside her to her left is a little boy about 6 years old and behind him stand 2 women.
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Score: 100% Fitting out; girl caulking hull, 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.5340F
7x5 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons in 1920. Image probably taken on City Island at one of the yacht yards in the spring. View of young girl in a dress and high topped shoes helping out by caulking the seams of a vessel with a putty knife in one hand and in the other hand she holds a can that reads, "NEW JERSEY ROOF CEMENT".
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Score: 100% Fitting out, woman painting engine parts, 1920
Accession Number: 1984.187.5198F
5x7 nitrate negative photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons April 18, 1920 at an unidentified boatyard. View of a young woman sitting on the ground between the 2 rails of a marine railway, in a heavy sweater and sailor's cap with a pin of 2 crossed anchors on it on her head. In the background are the bottoms of boat hulls and several men sitting down watching the photographer taking the image.
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Score: 100% T. S. Babcock at a pole vault event, 1911
Accession Number: A.1984.187.61
4 x 5 glass plate negative photographed by Arthur F. Aldridge in 1911. T.S. Babcock's name appears in several articles in "New York Times" newspapers in 1909 and 1910 as a student at Columbia University, New York City, New York as a member of the pole vaulting team. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "61-Aldridge/ Pole Vault / T. S. Babcock".
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Score: 100% CONSTITUTION and COLUMBIA, racing, New York Yacht Club Defender Elimination Race, 1900
Accession Number: A.1984.187.39