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Hagley Museum and Library: Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department [Contact Us]
1964-1975
Creator:
Wooten, Orlando, Photographer
Extent: 28 images
Orlando Wootten (1909-1997) was the photographer for the Salisbury (Maryland) Daily Times and Wicomico Historical Society. Collection consists of documentary views of three flour and feeds mills from the Delmarva area (View full finding aid.)
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Delmarva area flour and feed mills photographs
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Wooten, Orlando, Photographer
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1989.269
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1964-1975
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Orlando Wootten (1909-1997) was the photographer for the Salisbury (Maryland) Daily Times and Wicomico Historical Society. Collection consists of documentary views of three flour and feeds mills from the Delmarva area
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Hagley Museum and Library: Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department [Contact Us]
1994
Creator:
Delaware. Department of Transportation.,
Extent: 32 images
These aerial photographs of the Tyler McConnell Bridge and ground views of the nearby area of Henry Clay Village, Delaware, including the Hagley Museum and Library's entrance, were commissioned by the State of Delaware Department of Transportation. The Tyler McConnell Bridge over the Brandywine River on Route 141 (Centre Road) opened in 1952. The area was documented when research began on building another bridge to replace the current two-lane bridge. There are also views of the Charles I. du Pont house. (View full finding aid.)
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Tyler McConnell Bridge and surrounding area aerial and ground photographs
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Delaware. Department of Transportation.,
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1994.259
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1994
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These aerial photographs of the Tyler McConnell Bridge and ground views of the nearby area of Henry Clay Village, Delaware, including the Hagley Museum and Library's entrance, were commissioned by the State of Delaware Department of Transportation. The Tyler McConnell Bridge over the Brandywine River on Route 141 (Centre Road) opened in 1952. The area was documented when research began on building another bridge to replace the current two-lane bridge. There are also views of the Charles I. du Pont house.
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Hagley Museum and Library: Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department [Contact Us]
1930-1950
Extent: 3 images
Wilmington is the largest city in Delaware located on the Christiana and Brandywine Rivers. This collection consists of three reproduction photographs of diverse subjects: an A5A steam locomotive #1167 of Reading Railroad crossing the road at Greenville, Delaware; a unoccupied trolley car in Wilmington, Delaware, originally built by the Peoples Railway Company in 1904; a postcard illustration of the Delaware Trust Building, Wilmington, Delaware. (View full finding aid.)
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Wilmington, Delaware area historic images
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1975.249
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1930-1950
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Wilmington is the largest city in Delaware located on the Christiana and Brandywine Rivers. This collection consists of three reproduction photographs of diverse subjects: an A5A steam locomotive #1167 of Reading Railroad crossing the road at Greenville, Delaware; a unoccupied trolley car in Wilmington, Delaware, originally built by the Peoples Railway Company in 1904; a postcard illustration of the Delaware Trust Building, Wilmington, Delaware.
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