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Portrait of Carl Sandburg
Portrait of Carl Sandburg. Photograph taken by Edward Steichen and dated 1907. With this photograph was a note that was returned to the Sandburg archive. The note reads: "This print is a gift from Margaret Sandburg, 2/1987. She first sent it to U. of I. Press, to be used as a photograph in the "love letters" book, and the editor Susan Patterson then referred it to me. I picked it up from the art directory 2/19/87. (There was probably no reason for special trip, since it would not appear to be an original print, only a copy, of a Steichen photograph). Additional Note: This 1907 photograph, in 'Sandburg: photographers View Carl Sandburg', page 11, is also in the Museum of Modern Art, Steichen Archive #8 (Grace Meyer provided an 8 x 10 xerox, which is a grainier photograph; she also noted that it's a platinum print)".
Carl Sandburg speaking at Grant Park in Chicago
Carl Sandburg on stage at the dedication of a memorial in honor of Governor Horner in Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois. On stage with Carl are a number of people. In front of the stage are armed soldiers to keep the peace. photograph dated 1948. On the back of the photograph backing is a note that the photograph is from Julius Klein. The date stamp on the photograph itself says "Nov. 26 1948".
Carl Sandburg at the University of North Carolina
Caption pasted to the back of a photograph of Carl Sandburg accepting a photograph of him and President Johnson from University of North Carolina president William C. Friday on the occasion of Sandburg's 87th birthday. photograph dated 6 January .
Carl Sandburg and wife, Lilian Paula Sandburg
Typed caption for a photograph of Carl Sandburg and his wife Lilian Paula Sandburg. Carl has a guitar in his lap. The photograph was taken in Chicago on Carl's 75th birthday. Photograph dated 6 January 1952. [i.e. 1953]
Carl Sandburg receiving a photograph from UNC president
Carl Sandburg accepting an autographed photograph of himself and President Johnson from University of North Carolina President William C. Friday on occasion of Sandburg's 87th birthday. photograph taken 6 January 1966.
Street scene in Russia
photograph of a street scene in Russia. In the center of the photograph is an older man working with wood on a lathe. Photograph dated 1959.
Carl Sandburg in a group photograph
Carl Sandburg in a group photograph with a number of unidentified people. One man is holding a copy of the first edition of "Complete Poems." Possibly taken at a Poetry Magazine benefit. Photograph credited to the Public Information Service Press Bureau, Grayslake, Illinois.
Two young women
photograph taken at an angle of two unidentified young women. The photograph is meant to be displayed on point, like a diamond. The photograph is by G.C. Bauman.
Gregory D'Alessio and Carl Sandburg sitting side-by-side
Carl Sandburg and Gregory D'Alessio. D'Alessio is holding a guitar in his lap. Under the photograph is taped a note that the photograph was to be used in D'Alessio's book, "Old Troubadour". Photograph by Richter.
New Year's greeting from Rip, Jane, Ted, Ann, and Essy
New Year's greeting card photograph from Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Esselstyn, and their children, Rip, Jane, and Ted. The card is a photograph of the children lying on their stomachs on a davenport. photograph dated 3 January 1966.
Roger Foster III and a dog poking their heads out a window
Christmas photograph greeting card photograph from Roger and Joan Crile Foster. The photograph is of a young boy, Roger Foster III, and a large, black dog, possibly a Newfoundland, poking their heads out the rear window of a station wagon.
Group photograph of Kathlin, Janet, Kim, Paula, Ferol and Margaret Sandburg, June 1969
Group photograph of Kathlin, Janet, Kim, Lilian Paula, Ferol and Margaret Sandburg on the front porch of Connemara, June 1969. Photograph by William A. Smith, Pineville, PA
Associated Press photograph of Carl Sandburg and Congressman Fred Schwengel posing behind a copy of a painting by Ransom showing Lincoln at Gettysburg
Associated Press photograph taken at Gettysburg, PA on November 19, 1959, the 96th annniversary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Lincoln biographer Carl Sandburg and Congressman Fred Schwengel (R-Iowa) pose behind a copy of a painting by Ransom showing Lincoln at Gettysburg. This photograph was probably taken by AP staff photographer Paul Vathis.
Edward Steichen, Margaret Sandburg, and Oma Steichen
Edward Steichen in his Army uniform, Margaret Sandburg as a child standing on a swing, and Oma Steichen. Photograph taken in 1916-1917. Photograph can also be found as Marg-175.
Edward Steichen and Oma Steichen
Oma Steichen and Edward Steichen. Edward is wearing his Army uniform and has his arm around Oma's shoulders. photograph taken in 1916 or 1917. Photograph can also be found as Marg-181.
Edward Steichen and Margaret Sandburg
Margaret Sandburg and Edward Steichen. Margaret, as a child, is standing on a swing, and Edward is in his Army uniform facing away from the camera. Photograph taken in 1916 or 1917. Photograph can also be found as Marg-179.
Edward Steichen and Oma Steichen
Oma Steichen and Edward Steichen facing each other with their hands on the other's shoulders and smiling. Edward is wearing his Army uniform. Photograph taken in 1916 or 1917. Photograph can also be found as Marg-180.
Class photograph of children with an adult. Helga Sandburg is second from the left in the front row, and Janet Sandburg is the last girl in the back row.
Edward Steichen with Carl Sandburg's daughter and wife
Edward Steichen in his Army uniform, Margaret Sandburg, and Lilian Paula Sandburg. Margaret is standing on a swing between her mother and uncle. Photograph taken in 1916- 1917. Photograph can also be found as Marg-177.
Baseball game during World War II
Associated Press photograph of a baseball game during World War II. This photograph was taken during the 5th inning of the New York Giants vs Pittsburgh Pirates game at the Polo Grounds on August 19th, 1943. The typescript attached to the verso reads "Ott #4 scores from 3rd base on Mancuso's fly out to center... DiMaggio #9 to Lopez # 12 ... Umpire Ballanfant ... 5th inning."
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