Glass plate negatives, 1895, 1901 and undated
Scope and Contents
Though only some of the glass plates in this subseries state the photographer's name, likely most or all of them were taken by F. E. Baker of Greeley. While most are agricultural or outdoor scenes, there are some pictures of interiors and towns, including Greeley. Agriculture documented includes mainly potato and onion crops as well as sheep and cattle. The items are arranged by size (first box has 4x5 inch plates, second and third have 5x7 inch) and roughly grouped by theme therein. A few copy prints made from the negatives are housed separately but are referenced in the inventory.
- Creation: 1895, 1901 and undated
- From the Collection: Carpenter, Delph (Person)
Restrictions on Access
All "confidential" markings on correspondence or other materials have been determined to be for administrative purposes, not national security information; therefore, these materials are open for access.
From the Collection: 79.75 linear feet (108 document boxes, 35 flat boxes, 7 record cartons, 3 flat files, 9 tubes)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Part of the CSU Libraries Archives & Special Collections Repository
Fort Collins Colorado 80523-1019 USA