Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains 60 postcards from Canada, England, the United States, and 32 stereocards primarily of biblical scenes. Twenty postcards are scenes from communities in Massachusetts. Also included in the collection is a photograph of Calvin Coolidge taken by Allison B. Spence of Northampton, Massachusetts, and a tin type photograph of Martha Wonsey, Delos Wonsey and Seraph Wonsey Page (Paige).
This collection contains twelve stereocards depicting scenes of Michigan's Upper Peninsula (specifically Houghton). The pictures range from natural scenes to buildings and bridges. There are a few from Niagara Falls (Prospect Point and the Great Ice Bridge) and one from Mackinac Island.
The Robert Rorich collection primarily consists of photographs from Fiji, Hawaii, New Zealand, Tahiti, and Calumet, Michigan. The two stereocards in the collection are scenes from Colorado and New Mexico.
The Stereo Card collection is an artificial collection comprised of stereograph cards from various record groups or accessions. Part of the collection is arranged alphabetically by subject, and the other half is organized according to the name of the parent record group, such as the McKibbin Family Collection.
This collection consists of one letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Charles Warren of Three Oaks, Michigan dated January 7, 1913, in which the defeated candidate expresses his unwillingness to attempt to advise either President Taft, or the newly-elected Wilson.