Photo Inventory: A

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Inventory

Adult Hockey League Collection 1998-75
Inclusive Dates: 1997

Scope Notes

These 5 color photographs and photocopied newspaper article document the recreational Adult Hockey League which plays at the Quad City Sports Center in Davenport.  The photographs were donated by K. J. Rebarcak.

Subjects

Recreation--Misc.
Sports--Hockey

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Inventory

AIC Stenos Collection, I
Inclusive Dates: 1942-1951


Scope Notes

This small collection contains 6 images of the American Institute of Commerce “STENOS” woman’s basketball team. Team photos as well as tournament and travel photos are included.

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Inventory

Albany Mounds, XXXV
Inclusive Dates: 1906-1907


Scope Notes

This collection is housed in three boxes and is comprised of two albums containing 62 and 104 photographs respectively, 53 photos of sites and digs, 128 photos of specimens, and 81 negatives, for a total of 347 photographs. The Indian Mounds at Albany, Illinois, edited by Elaine Bluhm Herold, Davenport Museum Anthropological Papers No. 1, is included as part of the collection, and as an aid to the researcher.

Box 1

Inventory, negatives, two albums, The Indian Mounds…, indices from the albums

Box 2 

Archaeology – Sites & Digs – 53 photographs

Folder 1 – Mounds 7, 8, 9 – 2 photographs
Folder 2 – Mound 17 – 6 photographs
Folder 3 – Mound 22 – 2 photographs
Folder 4 – Mound 65 – 17 photographs
Folder 5 – Mound 66 – 1 photograph
Folder 6 – Mound 70 – 12 photographs
Folder 7 – Unidentified Mounds – 13 photographs

Box 3

Archaeology – Specimens – 128 photographs

Folder 1 – Arrowheads – 11 photographs
Folder 2 – Ground Stone Artifacts – 6 photographs
Folder 3 – Metal and Bone Artifacts – 34 photographs
Folder 4 – Potsherds & Pottery – 25 photographs
Folder 5 – Shells & Shell Fragments – 14 photographs
Folder 6 – Skeletal Remains – 19 photographs
Folder 7 – Stone Scrapers – 5 photographs
Folder 8 – Various & Miscellaneous – 14 photographs

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Inventory

Alice Dodge Schaeffer Collection 1976-40
Inclusive dates: ca. 1870-1945


Scope Notes

This collection consists of 28 photographs, primarily portraits, which depict the family and homes of this Davenport woman.

Portraits

Dodge, E.M.
Dodge, Helen
Dodge, Marshal Worth
Dodge, (Mrs. LeRoy)
Jones, Sally
Lowry, Virginia
Richardson, Perry
Rouget, Margarite
Schaeffer, Alice Dodge
Schaeffer, G.S.

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Inventory

Alice French Collection, II
Inclusive Dates: 1890-1966


Scope Notes

This is a small collection containing eight portraits of Miss French, who wrote under the pen name Octave Thanet. There are also two images of her home exterior, and one of her living room.

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Inventory

American Indian Portrait Collection, III 
Inclusive Dates: 1898-1900


58 photos

Folder 1 

F.A. Rinehart photographs

746     Kill Spotted Horse (Assiniboin)
762     Chief Goes To War (Sioux)
782     Spotted Jack Rabbit (Crow)
784     Three ringers (Cheyenne)
786     Touch The Cloud (Cheyenne)
793     Chief Mountain (Blackfeet)
798     Black Man (Arapahoe)
801     Louison (Flathead)
815     White Swan (Crow)
864     Afraid Of Eagle (Sioux)
867     Swift Dog (Sioux)
868     High Bear (Sioux)
881     Geronimo (Apache)
889     Chief Josh (Apache)
1000     John Hollow Horn Bear (Sioux)
1003     Chief American Horse (Sioux)
1041     Chief White Man (Kiowa)
1057     Chief Grant Richards (Tankawa)
1113     Freckled Face (Arapahoe)
1114     White Buffalo (Arapahoe)
1115     Little Bird (Arapahoe)
1117     Ahahe (and child) (Wichita)
1118     Nasuteas (Kichai Woman) (Wichita)

Folder 2

1120     Chief Wets It (Assiniboin)
1122     Juan Jose (Pueblo)
1123     Gov. Diego Narango (Pueblo)
1130     Chief Wolf Robe (Cheyenne)
1131     Mrs. Joseph Street (Winnebago)
1169     Chief Hollow Horn Bear (Sioux)
1273     Mosteose (Holy Rabbit) (Iowa)
1385     Thunder Cloud (Blackfeet)
1386     Bartelda (Apache)
1387     Gentle Bird (Flathead)
1397     "Two Little Braves" (Sac & Fox)
1400     Hattie Tom (Apache)
1429     Yellow Feather (Maricopa)
1430     Pancho (Maricopa)
1435     Songlike (Pueblo)
1439     Mrs. Juan Amigo (Pima)
1445     Chief Little Wound (Sioux)
1447     Last Horse (Sioux)
1448     Broken Arm (Sioux)
1500     Conquering Bear (Sioux)
1508     Black Bear (Sioux)
1518     Shot In The Eye (Sioux)
1571     “Two Young Warriors" (Assiniboin)
1579     Many Horses (Omaha)
1580     Leader (Ni-Ka-Gohe) (Omaha)
1583     Left Behind (Omaha)
1585     Look For (Omaha)

Folder 3

Hileman Photographs

1.    Chief Bird Rattler
2.    Chief Heavy Breast
3.    Chief Weasel Tail

Folder 4

Heyn Photographs

4.    Chief Bear Foot
5.    Chief Black Bird
6.    Tatanka Ptieela (Short Bull)
7.    Tatanka Tomaheca (Poor Bull)
8.    Two Elk

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Inventory

Andersen, Beranek & Strader Collection, 1991-152
Inclusive Dates: 1990


Scope Notes

This collection contains 11 images of the construction of the addition to United Township High School in East Moline and the signing of the IMPACT agreement between labor and management. Original photographs are in possession of donors. All photos by John Arvanis of Andersen, Beranek & Strader. Credit line for Andersen, Beranek & Strader must accompany any use of images.

Folder 1

Inventory, notes

Folder 2

Copy negatives (two 4x5” negs, nine 35mm negs)



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Inventory


Arzberger Collection 2002-27
Inclusive Dates: 1927, 1944
 
Scope Notes
 
Collection consists of two photographs which were in a single folder (also part of collection). Photos are of Hugo Arzberger and his sons Robert E. and William A. In the 1927 photo, the boys are dressed in sailor outfits. In the 1944 photo, the sons are in Navy uniforms.
  
Image Description
2002.27.3       Hugo Arzberger (center) with sons Robert Ernest (age 1 ½ to 2, on left) and William Albers (age 2 ½ to 3, on right), 1927
 
2002.27.4       Hugo Arzberger (center) with sons Robert Ernest (age 19, on left) and William Albers (age 21, on right), 1944
 
photograph folder also in file
 
Subject Cross Reference
Groups—Identified
Military & War—World War II—Groups, Identified
Portrait—Arzberger, Hugo
Portrait—Arzberger, Robert E.
Portrait—Arzberger, William A.
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