1916. Photograph by Frank Hurley, distributed by Underwood & Underwood. “Shackleton’s expedition to the Antarctic Endurance squeezed between an ice jam.”
From the Library of Congress.
1896? Uknown photographer. “The Lizard. Great group shot of intending passengers and some crew aboard the Lizard, probably along the quays in Waterford.”
From the National Library of Ireland.
1919. Photograph by Dominion Photo Co. “Wallace Foundry on Granville Island with propeller and men.”
From the Vancouver Public Library.
Around July, 1932. Photograph by Aero Service Corporation. “Aerial view of the S.S. Manhattan on the Delaware River. The ship was built by the the New York Shipbuilding Corporation, which is visible along the Camden, New Jersey waterfront. In 1941, the Manhattan was requisitioned and leased by the US Navy, and was subsequently commissioned as the troopship USS Wakefield. Image probably taken July 1932.”
From the Library Company of Philadelphia.
1900. Unknown Photographer. “Grace G. and Grace Parker at Lake City, Sept. 1900.”
From the Camden Public Library.
1930-1935. Photographer unknown. “Del av en småbildemappe med tittel ‘Fangst’, inneholdene 10 ulike fotografier.” Translation: “Part of a småbildemappe entitled ‘Catch,’ containing 10 different photographs.”
From the National Library of Norway.
1946. Photograph by Toni Frissell. “Fashion model on edge of boat, man rowing, Montego Bay, Jamaica.”
1899. Photograph by Detroit Publishing Co. “Joseph Richard Busk’s iron sloop Mischief (Archibald Cary Smith design, 1879). She successfully defended the America’s Cup in 1881. She is pictured here in Morgan Cup on August 8th, 1891, which she won in her class.”