Roy Schultz Collection of Underwood and Underwood Photographs, 1902-1918
Clark, Robert E
Underwood & Underwood
0.50 cu. ft. : 3 boxes
New York (N.Y.)
Panama Canal (Panama)
Schultz was an employee of the Underwood & Underwood firm. Underwood & Underwood supplied the images to the press for use in newspapers.
522 black-and-white silver gelatin photographic prints, and four glass lantern slides, taken for the Underwood & Underwood photography studios. The prints cover subjects in the news during 1902-1918, with particular emphasis on World War I. The World War I images depict numerous aspects of the war, including ordnance, encampments, ships, and the aftermath of battles. The construction of the Panama Canal is also covered in a number of photographs. Other subjects are agriculture, disasters, and general travel scenes, including numerous images of New York City.
Roy Schultz Collection of Underwood and Underwood Photographs, 1902-1918, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
World War, 1914-1918
2015.3040 (NMAH Acc.)
Unrestricted research access on site by appointment. Unprotected photographs must be handled with gloves