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Alice Isabel Hazeltine papers, 1890-1935

Series II. Photographs, 1890-1930

This series contains photographs, organized by subject, which were found in the home of Alice I. Hazeltine and transferred to the Columbiana Collection in 1959. The photographs feature bridges, roads, buildings and private homes. There is an extensive collection of mostly unidentified portraits from the 1890s to the 1910s, featuring groups of students from when Hazeltine was a student at Syracuse as well as presumably family and friends. There are also some personal portraits.

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Box 2 Folder 1 Photographs – Bridges and roads, circa 1890-1900

(Scenes from the country; horse-drawn carriages; views of pedestrian bridge and recently installed utility poles.)


Box 2 Folder 2 Photographs – Buildings, circa 1890-1900

(Includes Crouse College and the Hall of Languages in Syracuse, New York and other unidentifed buildings.)


Box 2 Folder 3 Photographs – Dwellings, circa 1890-1900

("Alpha Phi," Hazeltine's bedroom at the Alpha Phi house (?), and other residences.)


Box 2 Folder 4 Photographs – Portraits, circa 1890-1910

(Alpha of Alpha Phi Class of 1898; Province of Ober-Hesse, Germany, August 1909, M. B. Gilson and two peasants; Eva Jane Smith (Oberlin, 1898); Janet N. Harris (Syracuse, 1901); A. I. Hazeltine (undated); Norman W. McIntosh.)


Box 2 Folder 5 Photographs – Portraits, circa 1890-1930

(Includes Mrs. M. D. Hinckley (1899) and two multi-generation family portraits.)


Box 2 Folder 6 Printed material and artwork, 1897-1908

(Includes a menu for the Witches' Supper, WCTU Parlors, Sugar Grove, February 9, 1897; one post card mailed to Alice in Pittsburgh (1908); and one embroidered illustration from Alice (undated).)