Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Photographs in which the tones or colors are reversed from their appearance in nature, usually on a transparent support of celluloid, acetate, or on paper, intended for the purpose of producing positive prints. For finished prints in which tones or colors are reversed, see "negative prints." When a glass plate is painted or drawn on and a photographic print made from it, use "clichés-verre."
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Collection — Box 1: Series MSP 110, Series 2; Series MSP 110, Series 1
Identifier: MSP 110
Scope and Contents The Robert Wray glass negatives documents life during the World War I era. The glass negatives feature Purdue University and time spent in France during World War I. It also features a mansion, lake-house, and images of family life. Due to lack of documentation, no individuals or buildings are currently identified in the negatives. The collection includes 63 glass negatives and four original packages designed for glass negatives.
Dates: circa 1890s - 1920s