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Collection — Box: 001
Identifier: MSS 16727
This collection contains two hard-shell portfolios containing sets of 32 before and after photographs of the impacts of the bombing raids on Stuttgart, Germany during the Second World War. The portfolios are embossed with a seal of the City of Stuttgart; the photographer and the creator of the portfolios are unidentified. The photographs taken prior to the bombing raids are undated but were likely captured prior to 1940. The comparison photographs, depicting the damage to the infrastructure and...
c.1939-2004; Majority of material found within c.1939-1946
Item — Ledger: 1
Identifier: MSS 16136
Scope and Contents Note
The von Lang-Puchhof album (1891-1911; 0.25 cubic feet) consists of 165 racehorse photographs from a golden age of European racing before breeding was disrupted by the Great War. Most of the photographs are of mares, often with foals, in each case fully named with the identity of the sire provided. Two additional photographs are mounted on boards and laid in. The album was apparently compiled by or for owner and breeder, Carl von Lang-Puchhof.