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Two men and some bulls on a street in Puerto Rico
Two men near some bulls in Puerto Rico during the Spanish-American War. The bulls appear to be standing on the side of a street in an unidentified village. From this photograph was made an enlarged copy. That copy has the shelf mark Connemara C16-18.
Man standing near a stream in Puerto Rico
Man standing near a stream in Puerto Rico. All around him is dense foliage. From this photograph was made an enlarged copy. That copy has the shelf mark Connemara C16-19.
Large group of people in Puerto Rico
Large group of people standing outside in Puerto Rico. From this photograph was made an enlarged copy. That copy has the shelf mark Connemara C16-20.
Carl Sandburg with George Stevens holding copy of "The Sandburg Range"
Carl Sandburg with George Stevens holding copy of "The Sandburg Range".
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.
View of a mountain road
View of a mountain road with bicycles. A man in the foreground is doing something to the rear wheel of a bicycle. A second copy of this photograph can be found at Asheville MA1-02.
Young Margaret Sandburg outdoors
Margaret Sandburg examining something in her hand, outside. Lighter and clearer copy of Marg-038. Box A-16. Negative available.[original size 13.8 x 8.1]
Baby Margaret Sandburg
Margaret Sandburg standing outside. Lighter copy of Marg-011. Box A-16. Negative available.[original size 13.8 x 8.1]
Girl on shoulders of man
Margaret on the shoulders of Carl Sandburg. Lighter copy of Marg-086. Box A17. Negative available.[original size 13.9 x 8.2]
Carl Sandburg and Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright and Carl Sandburg at Taliesin a few years before Wright's death. Women in photograph unidentified. Photograph possibly taken around 1957. Copy one of three copies.
Carl Sandburg signing books on his 75th birthday
Carl Sandburg sitting behind pile of "Always the Young Strangers" on his 75th birthday at Marshall Field's. He's signing a copy for a woman in line. Photograph taken 6 January 1953.
Carl Sandburg and Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin
Frank Lloyd Wright and Carl Sandburg at Taliesin a few years before Wright's death. Women in photograph are unidentified. Copy two of three copies.
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.
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)".
Cover of "The Plaint of a Rose"
Cover of "The Plaint of the Rose" by Carl Sandburg. This appears to be a photograph of the cover of a copy bound by string.
Carl Sandburg lecture article in Dartmouth newspaper
Copy of the front page of "The Dartmouth" with article about Carl Sandburg lecture at Dartmouth. The paper is dated 10 November 1936.
Carl Sandburg's hands writing a poem
Carl Sandburg's hands writing a copy of the poem which starts, "There is only one man in the world..." Photograph by Gene Lovitz and dated 4 May 1960.
American soldiers in a camp in Puerto Rico
Large group of American soldiers standing outside their camp in Puerto Rico during the Spanish-American War. An enlarged copy was made from this photograph, with shelf mark Connemara C16-21.
Helga Sandburg and Leif outdoors
Helga Sandburg and Leif outdoors under a tree. Helga is holding a copy of "The Wheel of Earth."
Carl Sandburg with George Stevens
Carl Sandburg and George Stevens standing in Carl's home at Connemara looking at a copy of "The Sandburg Range. "
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