Hutzler Photograph Collection - PP5, Boxes 6-10

Hutzler Photograph Collection - PP5
Maryland Historical Society
Photograph Collection Inventory List
Special Collections Department
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Box

Folder

Description

Size

Notes

6

1

Seals of six states, including Maryland, possibly laid out for a display.

14” x 11” matted print

 

6

1

1. Lehr (placing unfired ware on Lehr). Glassware coming out of a machine.

14” x 11” matted print

 

6

1

2. End of Lehr (after ware has been fired).

14” x 11” matted print

 

6

1

Drawing of plate design.

10 7/8" x 11 1/8" print

 

6

2

Hutzler Brothers Company of Eastpoint.

19.5” x 12.5” foam board mounted print

 

6

2

Hutzler Brothers Company of Eastpoint.

19” x 14.5” foam board mounted print

 

6

2

Hutzler Brothers Company of Towson.

19” x 14.5” foam board mounted print

 

6

3

Hutzler Brothers Company downtown storefronts.

12” x 20.5” drawing

 

6

3

Hutzler Brothers Company, downtown storefronts.

22” x 16.25” print

 

6

3

Hutzler Brothers Company, downtown storefronts.

22” x 16.25” print

 

6

3

Hutzler Brothers Company downtown storefronts.

20” x 10.75” print

 

6

3

Hutzler’s Building 1938. Holiday greetings, promoting war bonds.

12” x 20.5” original drawing

Originally stored rolled. Flattened now.

6

3

Hutzler’s Building, 1938. Holiday greetings, promoting war bonds.

12” x 20.5” copy of drawing

Originally stored rolled. Flattened now.

6

3

Hutzler Brothers Company downtown storefronts.

15.5” x 17.5” foam mounted print

 

6

4

Charles Evans Hughes, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of the United States. Painted in 1912.

10.5” x 13” matted painting

 

6

4

Hutzler Brothers Company storefront, possibly Howard Street, 1916.

11.5” x 13.75” matted print

Labeled as 11318 x 13314.

6

4

Mr. John F. Wilhelm.

11” x 13.75” matted photo

Labeled as #12.

6

4

Hutzler Brothers Interior, Saengerfest, June 1903.

11.5” x 13.75” matted print

Labeled as #21 marked on glass.

6

4

Mr. Michael P. Shiel.

11” x 13.75” matted photo

Labeled as #14, 4B 21796.

6

4

Mr. Frederic P. Bonan (on glass).

11” x 13.75” matted photo

Labeled as #15

6

4

Mr. J. Frank Haynie (written on back of frame) Hutzler’s I.

10.75” x 14” matted photo

 

6

5

AMC banquet at the Mansion House, guest of the Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress.

11.25” x 14” photo

Comes with card that says “With the compliments of Harrods Ltd.” Print from Miles & Kaye Ltd. 100 Southampton Row, High Holborn, London, W. O. 1. Rolled.

7

 

Cabinet cards and cartes de visites of Hutzler’s, Gutmans, and unidentified others.

9” x 11” photo album

48 pages
No spine
Very worn, leather ripped in many places
Wood casing of cover exposed
Very Fragile

7

 

“Souvenir J.G. to B.G., Baltimore, May 11th, 1864.”
Inside title page: Mr. Gutman, Miller and Burlock. Philadelphia.
Cabinet cards and cartes de visites.

9.25” x 10.25” photo album

40 pages
Spine unattached
Title page also unattached
Edges frayed/worn out
Very Fragile

8

1

Window 26, ladies gowns.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Window 1. 16th week. Bendix Company. April 19, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Window 30 The Tea Room. Menu and give away pictures (show old Baltimore). January 5, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Window 29. The Tea Room. Menu and pictures. January 5, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Window 28 The Tea Room. Menu and give away pictures (show old Baltimore). January 5, 1948.

9 7/8” x 8 1/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Window 22 Petticoats. January 5, 1948.

9 7/8” x 8 1/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Poster board about Baltimore and Ohio Railroad displayed on first floor, north side windows. January 5, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Poster about Goucher College displayed on first floor north side windows. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Poster about Johns Hopkins Hospital displayed on first floor interior window.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Fourth floor display, lounge new platform. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Center Platform, second floor. Women’s dresses. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Window 24, tea time.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Window 32, original Hutzler store. January 5, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

First floor niche, Baltimore in 1858. Doll against historic Baltimore backdrop. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

First floor niche, Baltimore in 1858. Doll against historic Baltimore backdrop. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

First floor niche, Baltimore in 1858. Doll against historic Baltimore backdrop. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

First floor niche, Baltimore in 1858. Doll against historic Baltimore backdrop. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

First floor niche, Baltimore in 1858. Doll against historic Baltimore backdrop. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

First floor niche, Baltimore in 1858. Doll against historic Baltimore backdrop. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

First floor niche, Baltimore in 1858. Doll against historic Baltimore backdrop. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

First floor niche, Baltimore in 1858. Doll against historic Baltimore backdrop. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

Center Platform, second floor. Women’s dresses. January 5th 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

1

9th week. Window 1, Maryland Historical Society. February 27, 1948.

10" x 8 1/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

43rd week. Window 1, Locke Inc. October 29, 1948.

9 7/8” x 7 7/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 44. Window 1, Surety and Casualty Companies. November 5, 1948.

10” x 8.25” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 1. Window 1, Goucher College. January 5, 1948

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 20. Window 1, Port of Baltimore. May 14, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 18. Window 1, Black and Decker. March 19, 1948.

10” x 8.25” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 13. Window 1, Gas and Electric Company. March 26, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 24. Window 1, Bethlehem Steel Company. June 11, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 29. Window 1, Crown Cork and Seal Company. July 23, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 10. Window 1, Crosse and Blackwell Company. March 14, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 6. Window 32, Enoch Pratt Free Library. February 6, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 40. Window 1, Banking in Maryland. October 8, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 39. Window 1, Community Chest of Baltimore. October 1, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Poster Board of Goucher College. Located at first floor North. January 5, 1948.

10 1/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Poster Board, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Located at first floor North. January 5, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 5. Glenn L. Martin Company. January 30, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 2. Window 1, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. January 9, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 4. Window 1, Peabody Conservatory of Music and Peabody Institute. January 23, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 3. Window 1, Johns Hopkins Hospital. January 16, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 7. Window 1, Johns Hopkins University. February 13, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 14. Window 1, Loyola College. April 2, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 8. Window 1, McCormick Company.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 17. Window 1, Walters Art Gallery. April 23, 1948.

10” x 7.75” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 42. Window 1, University of Maryland. October 22, 1948.

9.75” x 7.75” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Aaron Sopher’s sketches in Enoch Pratt Library Window.

9.75” x 7 7/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 30. Window 1, Western Maryland Railroad Company. July 30, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 31. Window 1, Davison Chemical Corporation. August 6, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 11. Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company. August 22, 1948.

9 5/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 15. Window 1, Western Electric Company. April 9, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 26. Window 1, Maryland Drydock Company. June 21, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 32. Window 1, The Associated Jewish Charities of Baltimore. August 13, 1948.

9 7/8” x 7 5/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 25. Window 1, The Baltimore Museum of Art. June 18, 1948.

9 7/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

2

Week 21. Window 1, The American Sugar Refining Company. May 17, 1948.

9 7/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Poster board of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Located at first floor North. January 5, 1948.

8” x 10.25” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 22. Window 1, June Week, United States Naval Academy. May 28, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 45. Window 1, Armco Steel Corporation-Rustless Division. November 12, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 35. Window 1, Maryland Academy of Sciences. September 3, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 36. Window 1, Koppers Company. September 10, 1948.

9 7/8” x 7 7/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 18. Window 1, The Maryland Institute. April 27, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 37. Window 1, The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. September 17, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 23. Window 1, Fairchild Aviation. May 31, 1948.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 28. Window 1, Westinghouse Electronics Company. July 12, 1948.

9 7/8” x 7 7/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 27. Window 1, Peale Museum. July 9, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 33. Window 1, Esso Standard Oil Company. August 20, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 34. Window 1, Celanese Corporation of America. August 23, 1948.

10” x 8.25” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 19. Window 1, The Associated Catholic Charities, Incorporated. May 3, 1948.

9 5/8” x 8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 38. Window 1, The Pennsylvania Railroad. September 27, 1948.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Week 41. “Esskay” Meats, The William Schlunderberg, T.J. Kurdle Company. October 15, 1948.

10” x 8.25” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Aaron Sopher Drawings for the Baltimore Museum of Art. January 23, 1949.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Aaron Sopher Drawings for the Baltimore Museum of Art. January 23, 1949.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Aaron Sopher Drawings for the Baltimore Museum of Art. January 23, 1949.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Aaron Sopher Drawings for the Baltimore Museum of Art. January 23, 1949.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Aaron Sopher Drawings for the Baltimore Museum of Art. January 23, 1949.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Aaron Sopher Drawings for the Baltimore Museum of Art. January 23, 1949.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

3

Aaron Sopher Drawings for the Baltimore Museum of Art. January 23, 1949.

8” x 10” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

4

Display about escalators in Hutzler Department Stores.

9.75” x 7 7/8” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about the first linotype in Baltimore.

7 5/8” x 9.5” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about storewide air conditioning.

9.75” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about “Tom Thumb and a horse,” horse power versus possible steam power on the railroad.

9.75” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about the first gas light company in America.

9.75” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about the Washington Monument on Mount Vernon Place.

9.75” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about escalators in Hutzler Department Stores.

8 1/8” x 10” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about the Maryland Gazette.

9 5/8” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about “Tom Thumb and a horse,” horse power versus possible steam power on the railroad.

9.75” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about “Tom Thumb and a horse,” horse power versus possible steam power on the railroad.

9.75” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary. Quantity:2.

8

4

Display about the Baltimore Clipper.

9.75” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

4

Display about the Baltimore electric street car.

9 5/8” x 7.75” print

1938 Display Windows. Hutzler Brothers Company 80th Anniversary.

8

5

Poster board display, interior.

8” x 10 1/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

5

Poster board, first floor interior. Drawing by Miss Sopher.

8” x 10 1/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

5

Display sign between doors to outside. January 5, 1948.

8” x 10 1/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

5

Display sign between doors to outside. January 5, 1948.

8” x 10 1/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

5

Display sign between doors to outside. January 5, 1948.

8” x 10 1/8” print

1948. Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary photographs.

8

6

George Washington Exhibit 1932 at the Hutzler Brothers Store. Window display.

9.5” x 7 3/8” print

 

8

6

George Washington Exhibit 1932 at the Hutzler Brothers Store. Window display.

9.5” x 7 3/8” print

 

8

6

George Washington Exhibit 1932 at the Hutzler Brothers Store. Window display.

9.5” x 7 3/8” print

 

8

7

Window number one, portraits of Franklin D. Roosevelt and John N. Garner. 1937.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

7

Window display of bright new colors for the upcoming fashion season. Description on back of print. 1937.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty two. Display about beach fashion. 1937.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

7

Window number nine. Display about upswept coiffures. 1938.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

7

Window number three. Travel wear and luggage for the New York World’s Fair. 1939.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

7

Window number nine of Hutzler Brothers Company. Mannequin display, description on back. 1939.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

7

Window number forty of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about 1839-1939 Baseball Centennial. 1939.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty two of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about Britain delivery of goods. 1940.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty four of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about overseas mail for World War Two. 1942.

8” x 10 1/8” print

 

8

7

Window number eleven of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about Sheaffer’s Voyager “V-Mail Writing Kit.” World War Two. 1943.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty four of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. 1943.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty six of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about V-Mail stationary and speed. World War Two. 1943.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty two of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about canning preservatives. August 2, 1943.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty four of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about conserving fuel and keeping warm. World War Two. August 30, 1943.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty six of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about Maryland Historical Society. January 31, 1944.

8” x 10.25” print

 

8

7

Window number twenty two of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about victory gardens. March 6, 1944.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

7

Window display number twenty two of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about air mail. 1944.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window number twenty four of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of The World Famous Mannequins, possibly from Paris. 1937.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

8

Window number twenty four of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of The World Famous Mannequins, possibly from Paris. 1937.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

8

Window number twenty four of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of The World Famous Mannequins, possibly from Paris. 1937.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company with one American flag and one unidentified flag.

9.5” x 7 5/8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Displays “Baltimore, A World Wide Port.” 1930.

7 5/8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Display window of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s dresses for playing bridge. 1932.

7.75” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s silk dresses. 1932.

7 7/8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Displays of women’s evening wear. 1932.

9 7/8” x 8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s silk dresses. 1932.

7 7/8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of Chinese influenced women’s hats. 1933.

7 7/8” x 9 7/8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s fashion. October 3, 1933.

8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s hosiery, Lastex brand. 1933.

7 7/8” x 9 7/8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display for women’s Easter fashion. 1934.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about Master Maker toy company. 1933.

7 7/8” x 9 7/8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about Formold Foundation, garments for women. 1934.

9 7/8” x 8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of book “The Government of a Great American City.”

8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of boyish inspired women’s outfits. Description on back. 1935.

8” x 10 1/8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s coats, possibly planetarium inspired. 1936.

8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of Van Raalts Stryps sleepwear. 1936.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of fashion colors inspired by Van Gough paintings. 1936.

9.75” x 7 7/8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display about spring tyrolean colors, description on back. 1936.

7 7/8” x 10 1/8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s fashion in The French Room. 1935.

10” x 7.75” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of spring colors, description on back. 1936.

8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s evening wears. 1936.

9 7/8” x 8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s furs, description on back. 1936.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s suits and coats. 1936.

8” x 10” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women’s spring fashion. 1936.

8” x 10 1/8” print

 

8

8

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of spring fashion colors inspired by artists Watteau And Fragonard. 1936.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Two dolls in parlor. Undated. Labeled as 6.333.

7 5/8” x 9.75” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of dolls and Fur Storage and Repair shop of Hutzler’s. Undated. Labeled as 6.333.

8” x 10” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of dolls set up outside of M. Hutzler & Company store. Undated. Labeled as 6.333.

8” x 10” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of dolls in fabric department of Hutzler Store. Undated. Labeled as 6.333.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of dial telephone. Undated.

9 7/8” x 8” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of Peter Cooper’s Tom Thumb. Undated.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of the departure of the Ark and the Dove in 1633. Undated. Labeled as 6.333.

8” x 10 1/8” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of Horse drawn Hutzler’s delivery car. Undated. Labeled as 6.333.

8” x 10” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of women waiting for valet. Undated. Labeled as 6.333.

7 7/8” x 9 7/8” print

 

8

9

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Display of two dolls in parlor. Undated. Labeled as 6.333.

8” x 10” print

 

8

10

Fragment of photo.

6” x 1.5” fragment of exterior photo.

 

8

11

Award presentation to Hutzler Brothers Company.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

11

Award presentation to Hutzler Brothers Company.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

11

Award presentation to Hutzler Brothers Company.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

11

Award presentation to Hutzler Brothers Company, with description on back.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

11

Albert D. Hutzler Jr. at National Retail Merchants Association.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

11

from The Gift and Art Buyer.

8.5” x 11” copies of award

 

8

11

from The Gift and Art Buyer.

8.5” x 11” copy of letter

 

 

11

from The Retail Research Institute and National Retail Merchants Association.

8.5” x 11” copy of award

 

8

12

Exterior of Hutzler Brothers downtown location.

8" x 10" print

 

8

13

Interior of Hutzler Brothers store. 1937. Labeled as 6.237.

7.75” x 10” print

 

8

13

Interior of Hutzler Brothers store. Dessert cart in a restaurant.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

13

Exterior of Hutzler Brothers Eastpoint store.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

13

Interior of Hutzler Brothers store. 1928. Labeled as 6.228.

7.75” x 9 7/8” print

 

8

13

Page from The Trade, Commerce, and Manufacture of Baltimore, 1885-86.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

13

Hutzler Brothers store in downtown Baltimore, possible development of late 1920s.

8” x 10” print

 

8

13

Interior of Hutzler Brothers store. Fashion floor decorated for a fashion revue. Labeled as 6.2.

7.5” x 9.5” print

 

8

13

Unidentified man, Bill Blass, and mannequin.

7 1/8” x 5” print

 

8

13

Window display for Hutzler Brothers Company. Women’s fashion. 1932.

8” x 9 7/8” print

 

8

13

Interior of Hutzler Brothers Company store. 1935. Labeled as 6.235.

7 7/8” x 9.75” print

 

8

13

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Spring colors in women’s fashion, description on back. 1936.

8” x 10” print

 

8

13

Window display of Hutzler Brothers Company. Christmas themed window. 1944.

8 1/8” x 10” print

 

8

14

Relating to Photostats. Two.

9.25” x 5” pamphlets

 

8

14

Breezewood.

10.25” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #4.

8

14

Cardinal.

8.75” x 7” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #4.

8

14

West Saint Mary’s Manor.

10.25” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #4.

8

14

Tuye Plantation.

10.25” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #4.

8

14

Mrs. Edward W. Burin. Photostat shows garden.

10.25” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #4.

8

14

View of hedges and pathway.

5” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of house through open gates.

5” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of large house on hill.

5” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of house from street.

5” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

Aerial view of house and grounds.

2 5/8” x 3.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of house behind large tree.

5” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of hedges.

5” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of open space surrounded by trees.

5” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

Small building at end of lawn.

5” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

Two women walking in garden. Description on bottom.

4 5/8” x 6 7/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of trees in garden. Description on bottom.

4 5/8” x 6 7/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens. View

8

14

View of house across lawn with bushes.

4 5/8” x 6 7/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

6 5/8” x 5 3/8” photostat

View of pond in open space in garden.

8

14

View of pond with statue in middle.

9 7/8” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of brick archway in garden.

9 7/8” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of garden pathways, house in background.

9 7/8” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

Saint Timothy’s Church and Hall. Many people are pictured.

4.75” x 3.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of Elliott’s Mills, Maryland.

4.25” x 2.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of buildings and people, carriages.

5.75” x 3.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

View of Ellicott Mills, Maryland. Images set around a large image as a border.

5” x 6.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. Maryland Gardens.

8

14

Eureka: The Residence of Dr. G.W. Lawrence, Catonsville.

3.25” x 3.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

The First Passenger Coach On The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

3 7/8” x 2.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Historical houses, farmland, in Baltimore County. Page of a newspaper or magazine.

2 7/8” x 3 7/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

The Residence of G.W. Larman and The Property of Messrs Manning and Company.

5.5” x 3” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

View of large house with trees.

3 5/8” x 3” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Saint Timothy’s Hall and Church.

6 3/8” x 3” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Farmhouse.

5.25” x 4 3/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

“Court House on ‘Mount Misery’ ” from the Ellicott City Times, 1941.

3.5” x 4.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Orianda at The Crimea Residence of Thomas Winan’s, Esquire.

2 7/8” x 2 3/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Ingleside Seminary, The Residence of J. Gibson, Esquire.

4” x 4 5/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

The Old Caton Residence.

4 3/8” x 4 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

The Thomas Viaduct. Small description on bottom.

6 3/8” x 3.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Mount de Sales Academy of the Visitation and Cloud Clap, Residence of Talbott Jones Taylor, Esquire.

5.25” x 3 5/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Possible clubhouse building in front of field.

3 7/8” x 3.25” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Catonsville fire engine.

5.25” x 3 5/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Paradise Hotel, The Residence of Frederick Roloson, Esquire.

2 7/8” x 2.75” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Stone house on side of road.

5.25” x 4 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Large manor.

3” x 3.5” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Possibly Uprandown Residence.

5.25” x 3 7/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Basement or possible garage.

5 1/8” x 4.25” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Large house overlooking grounds.

5 1/8” x 4.25” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Manor house with covered porch.

5.25” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Train in background, two buildings.

6 7/8” x 3” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Possible Frank Elktown Mill.

5.25” x 4” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Large manor house.

3 5/8” x 2 7/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Possibly Doyliorgan Manor.

10 1/8” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Possibly Doyliorgan Manor.

10 1/8” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Elluslie. Large manor.

10 1/8” x 8 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #1. “Mall level mirrors.”

8

14

Baltimore Oriole, painting by Arthur Singer.

8 5/8” x 11.25” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #2.

8

14

Baltimore Oriole.

9.25” x 7.25” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #2.

8

14

D. ---- Howard House.

8.25” x 10 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #3.

8

14

Mount Clare.

8.25” x 10 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #3.

8

14

Belmont.

8.25” x 10 1/8” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #3.

8

14

Study by A. Maillol.

13” x 10.25” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #3. Right side bent, one rip.

8

14

Grey Rock. Large house.

14 1/8” x 11” photostat

For 1958 exhibit. From garden #3. Right edge folded.

8

15

Relating to photostat murals, description: 18. Originals in MS.

8.5” x 11” photocopies

 

8

 

Related to photostats of garden scenes.

10” x 15” empty envelope

 

8

16

Hutzler Brothers building. Possible view from Howard Street.

4 1/8” x 6 1/8’” copy of a sketch

 

8

16

View of an unidentified harbor, cattle in forefront.

4 7/8” x 6 3/8” mounted print

 

8

16

View of Baltimore City and Washington Monument. Souvenir of Hutzler Brothers Company 90th Anniversary.

7.75” x 9” print

 

8

17

Hutzler Menu Items, 1980. Food, some repeats. 23 total.

5” x 3.5” photograph

 

8

17

Hutzler Menu Items, 1980. Food, some repeats. 2 total.

4” x 6” photograph

 

8

18

Introduction to TV. Interior. Women on stage being filmed. March 3, 1947.

8” x 10” print

 

8

18

Introduction to TV. Window display, window number nine, family gathered around TV. March 3, 1947.

8” x 10” print

 

8

18

Introduction to TV. Interior. Sign encouraging to “Step up and be televised.” February 24, 1947.

8” x 10” print

 

8

19

Toy Department of Hutzler Brothers Company, interior. 1937. Labeled as 6.237.

9.75” x 7.75” print

 

8

 

“Hutzler’s 90th Anniversary, 1938. For loaning out.” Short description on front.

14” x 10” empty envelope

 

9

1

Albert D. Hutzler, Jr. receiving tribute award.

10” x 8 1/8” print

Labeled as 1.39.

9

1

Two women presenting a cake in shape of first Hutzler store, Albert D. Hutzler, Jr. is present.

10” x 8 1/8” print

Labeled as 1.39.

9

1

Albert D. Hutzler, Jr.

7 1/8” x 10 1/8” mounted print folded cover

 

9

1

Albert D. Hutzler, Jr. with unidentified group.

9 7/8” x 8” print

Labeled as 1.39.

9

2

Portrait of Henry Oppenheimer.

5” x 7” photo

Labeled as 1.395.

9

2

Henry Oppenheimer receiving gift from C. Howard Miliken, April 1932.

9 1/8” x 7 3/8” print

Labeled as 1.395.

9

2

Portrait Henry Oppenheimer.

10” x 8” print

Labeled as 1.395.

9

2

Henry Oppenheimer receiving a gift from C. Howard Miliken, April 1932.

11 3/8” x 10 1/8” matted print

Labeled as 1.395.

9

3

Mr. Chamberlin and Mr. Levine with Vienna representatives of Hutzler Brothers Company. Description attached to photo.

5” x 9” photo

Labeled as 2.3.

9

3

Group photo at Albert Hutzler Sr.’s retirement. 1954.

8.25” x 10” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

3

Albert D. Hutzler Senior in a lei at his retirement party. 1954.

8.25” x 10” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

3

Albert D. Hutzler Senior and Junior, and possibly their wives at Albert Senior’s retirement party. 1954.

8.25” x 10” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

3

Albert D. Hutzler Senior and Albert D. Hutzler Junior at Albert Senior’s retirement party. 1954.

8.25” x 10” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

3

Game room at Hutzler Brothers Company. Reading and chess games take place.

9 7/8” x 7 1/8” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

3

Third floor Quiet Room with employees at Hutzler Brothers Company.

10” x 7.75” print

Labeled as 2.35.

9

3

Executive meeting group photo including Edwin Hutzler. 1906. Description on containing folder.

10 3/8” x 8.5” cardboard mounted photo

Labeled as 2.3.

9

3

Executive meeting group photo including Edwin Hutzler. 1906. Description on back of those present on accompanying folder.

8 5/8” x 10.5” cardboard mounted photo

Labeled as 2.35.

9

4

Hutzler Brothers Company Board of Directors Meeting, 1924 or 1925. Edwin Hutzler, Henry Oppenheimer, Albert D. Hutzler Senior, Edwin Hutzler, Joel Hutzler.

9 1/8” x 13 5/8” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

4

Hutzler Brothers Company Board of Directors Meeting, 1924 or 1925. Edwin Hutzler, Henry Oppenheimer, Albert D. Hutzler Senior, Edwin Hutzler, Joel Hutzler.

9 1/8” x 13 5/8” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

5

Sam Rosenstock’s retirement party with large group.

9 7/8” x 8 1/8” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

5

Sam Rosenstock’s farewell retirement party with large group.

12” x 10” mounted print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

6

Mrs. Sneeringer Retirement dinner. Seated at table with group around her. Description of guests on back.

13 3/8” x 10.75” mounted print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

6

Mrs. Sneeringer Retirement dinner. Seated at table with group around her.

13 3/8” x 10.75” mounted print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

6

Mrs. Sneeringer Retirement dinner. Seated at table with group around her.

13 3/8” x 10.75” mounted print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

6

Mrs. Sneeringer Retirement dinner. Seated at table with group around her.

13 3/8” x 10.75” mounted print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

7

Albert D. Hutzler outside camp headquarters. August 2, 1921.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Two girls and a boy sit outside tent selling ice cream.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Group sitting in chairs outside.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Girl standing on path, group of men sit in chairs behind her.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Trees and tents.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Unidentified group swimming in river.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Unidentified group sitting in chairs.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Tent of camp director J. M. Weir.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Tents of camp, one boy sits in a chair.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Unidentified group poses for the camera.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Unidentified group of kids swim in river.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Trees and tents of camp.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Camp headquarters of W. E. Brill.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Tent of camp director J. M. Weir.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Group relaxes at camp.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Tent.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Tents and group sitting in chair.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Unidentified group swims in river.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Unidentified group sits outside of tent.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Three men stand in front of car.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Unidentified group poses in river.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Three boys and one man sit outside tent of Camp headquarters.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

Unidentified group of kids sits on fence.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

7

View of tents, two kids present.

6” x 3 5/8” print

Camp Hutzler: 1604 possibly Hood Avenue, Colorado Springs. Need Sleeves.

9

8

Joel Gutman and Company building, used by Hutzler Brothers Company for several years as a warehouse. Description on back.

8” x 10” print

Labeled as 3.3.

9

9

Rodney.

8” x 4 7/8” cardboard mounted print

Labeled as 2.35.

9

9

Sachse. First engineer, old family of Lithography.

8.25” x 6 1/8” cardboard mounted print

Labeled as 2.35.

9

9

Possibly Hammer.

7” x 4.5” cardboard mounted print

Labeled as 2.35.

9

9

Possibly Hammer.

5.75” x 3.5” print

Labeled as 2.35.

9

9

Possibly Hammer.

7 1/8” x 5.75” cardboard mounted print

Labeled as 2.35.

9

9

Mr. Louis Hutzler with others. Description on back.

9.25” x 6.75” print

Labeled as 2.35.

9

9

25 Year Club.

10” x 8 1/8” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

9

25 Year Club. Description on back.

10” x 8 1/8” print

Labeled as 2.3.

9

10

Window display, departure of the Ark and the Dove. Hutzler Brothers Company, 1950.

10” x 8” print

 

9

11

Unidentified harbor scene with several people.

9.25” x 11.5” print

 

9

12

David Hutzler.

7” x 11” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

7” x 11” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

7” x 11” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

7” x 11” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

7” x 11” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

7” x 11” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

7” x 11” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

5 1/8” x 7.25” cardboard mounted photo

 

9

12

David Hutzler.

2.5” x 4” carte de visite

 

9

12

David Hutzler.

4” x 2 3/8” carte de visite

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler in car with unidentified man. 1906.

6.25” x 4 3/8” cardboard mounted photo

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

Three men on possible glacier. Back says: “For Pauline and Nill, from Louis Gutman.” Possibly July of 1885.

6 3/8” x 4.25” cardboard mounted photo

 

9

12

David Hutzler.

6 1/8” x 9.25” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

6 1/8” x 9.25” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

David Hutzler.

6 1/8” x 9.25” mounted print folded cover

Labeled as 1.33.

9

12

Portrait of David Hutzler.

5.5” x 8” print

Labeled as 1.33.

9

13

Edwin B. Hutzler.

3 7/8” x 2 7/8” print

Labeled as 1.34.

9

13

Edwin B. Hutzler.

7 5/8” x 3.5” cardboard mounted photo

Labeled as 1.34.

9

13

Edwin B. Hutzler seated at table with unidentified group around him.

9 5/8” x 7 5/8” photograph

Labeled as 1.34.

9

14

Mrs. Roosevelt lights candles on the President’s cake.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

Crowd buys liquor after the repeal of prohibition.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

Signing of the Banking Bill by President Roosevelt.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

Civil Works Administration workers at work.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

Inauguration of Franklin Roosevelt, March 4, 1933.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

President Roosevelt visits Muscle Shoals.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

Citizens Conservation Corps and President Roosevelt eat lunch.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

Men examine a plane in snow conditions.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

The United States and Russia open up trade relations again, November 18, 1933.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

The National Recovery Act float in the New York City parade, September 13, 1933.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

Crowd gathers in a New York City bar after the repeal of prohibition, April 7, 1933.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

14

Presidential message to Congress, January 3, 1934.

10 1/8” x 8” print

Labeled as Photographs of President Franklin Roosevelt’s First Inauguration, possibly part of Hutzler made display. Description on back.

9

15

Hutzler Brothers Company menu items with photos attached.

8” x 5” recipe cards

32 total.

9

15

Hutzler Brothers Company menu items.

4” x 6” prints

2 total.

9

15

Hutzler Brothers Company menu items.

5” x 3.5” prints

15 total.

10

1

Baltimore, Art Exhibit 1968.

9 1/8” x 1.75” negative strip

 

10

1

Baltimore, Art Exhibit 1968.

7.5” x 1.75” negative strip

 

10

2

Unidentified portrait. Possibly Edwin B. Hutzler.

4”x 6” print

 

10

3

Moses Hutzler, Bachrach & Brother Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

Slight wear on edges.

10

4

Isador Hirschberg. Richard Walzl Photography,

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

5

Max Goldsmith. Richard Walzl Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

6

Pauline Gold. Monumental Art Studio, Lexington Street

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

7

Moses Hutzler, Charles Hutzler, 2 children. Bachrach & Brother Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

8

Mr. Joel Gutman. Bachrach & Brother Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

9

Mrs. Joel Gutman. Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

10

Mr. Samuel M. Neuberger. Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

11

Mrs. Carrie Gutman Moses. Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

12

Mr. George H. Hutzler. Rockwood Photographer, New York.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

13

Ella Hutzler (Mrs. David Hutzler). Bachrach & Brother Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

14

Mrs. David Hutzler (Ella Hutzler). Bachrach & Brother Photographers, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

15

David Hutzler. Bachrach & Brother Photographers, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

16

Mr. David Hutzler. Bachrach & Brother Photographers, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

17

Mrs. William L. Straus. Bachrach & Brother Photographers, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

18

Mr. William L. Straus. Bachrach & Brother Photographers, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

19

Mrs. Louis K. Gutman, daughters Elsie and Adele. Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

20

Mr. Louis K. Gutman. Bachrach & Brother Photographers, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

21

Mrs. Teelye Hutzler Strouse. Perkins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

22

Mr. Isaac Strouse, Jr. Perkins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

23

Mr. Elkan Bamberger. Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

24

Mrs. Theresa Hutzler Bamberger. Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

25

Mrs. Ella Gutman Strouse. Schaidner Photography, 124th Street 183 East.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

26

Mr. Emanuel Strouse. Schaidner Photography, 124th Street 183 East.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

27

Mrs. Birdie Kahn Fuld. Perkins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

28

Mr. Mannes Fuld. Perkins Photograpy, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

29

Mrs. Flora Weiler Cahn. Perkins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

30

Mr. Morris Cahn. Perkins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

31

Unidentified man, possibly Mr. Falle. 949 Broadway NY.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

32

Unidentified woman, possibly Mrs. Falle. 949 Broadway NY.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

33

Miss Lavinia Bamberger. Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

34

Helen Gutman Neuberger (Mrs. Samuel). Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

35

Cora Hutzler Oppenheimer (Mrs. Henry). Cummins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

36

Rose, Isadore, Minnie Hirshberg. Richard Walzl Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

37

Louis Hutzler. Bachrach & Brother Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

38

Theresa (Teelye) Hutzler. Bachrach & Brother Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

39

Mr. Jacob Cahn. Perkins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

40

Mrs. Jennie Coblenz Cahn. Perkins Photography, Baltimore.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

41

Mr. Jacob Loeb. Gilbert & Bacon, Philadelphia.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

42

Mrs. Carrie Neuberger Loeb, Gilbert & Bacon, Philadelphia.

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

10

43

Unidentified man. Sarony’s Imperial Portraits, 680 Broadway NY.

 

4.25” x 6.5” cabinet card

 

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