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1Title:  Shaker Photographs     
 Creator:  Shaker Communities 
 Dates:  1860-1920 
 Abstract:  The Shakers were a religious communal society founded and originally led by Mother Ann Lee, who came to America from England in 1774. By 1826 communities were established throughout New England and the Midwest, as well as in Georgia and Florida. In 1911 Wallace H. Cathcart, Director of the Western Reserve Historical Society, began collecting Shaker memorabilia. |b See finding aid for complete history of the Shakers. The collection consists of ambrotypes; tintypes; photographs, including stereographs, carte de visites, and cabinet cards; postcards (black and white and color), negatives, and prints. Images include individual and group portraits of members of various Shaker communities and views of buildings, farms, work scenes, interiors, and general scenes depicting life at Shaker communities in the United States. Communities depicted include Alfred, Maine; Canterbury, New Hampshire; Enfield, Connecticut; Enfield, New Hampshire; Hancock, Massachusetts; Harvard, Massachusetts; Mt. Lebanon, New York; Sabbathday Lake, Maine, South Union, Kentucky; Union Village, Ohio; Watervliet, New York; Whitewater, Ohio; Groveland, New York; North Union, Ohio; Pleasant Hill, Kentucky; Shirley, Massachusetts; Tyringham, Massachusetts; Union Village, Ohio; White Oak, Georgia; and various mixed and unidentified communities. Most photographs are identified. 
 Call #:  PG 077 
 Extent:  4.70 linear feet (12 containers and 1 oversize folder) 
 Subjects:  Cabinet photographs. | Carte de visite photographs. | Collective settlements -- United States -- Photographs. | Shaker architecture -- United States -- Photographs. | Shaker women -- United States -- Photographs. | Shakers -- United States -- Photograph collections. | Stereoscopic views.
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2Title:  Allen Horton Stewart Photograph Album     
 Creator:  Stewart, Allen Horton 
 Dates:  1909-1915 
 Abstract:  Allen Horton Stewart was employed as a civil engineer by the Wheeling & West Virginia and the Newburgh & South Shore railroads. Horton later moved to Brecksville, Ohio, where he served as both village engineer and president of the school board. He was also active in the Kirtland Geology Club. The collection consists of a photograph album containing portraits of Allen Horton Stewart, his wife Rhoda F. Stewart, their family and friends, and views of their activities and Cleveland residence. Also included are views of the Ohio Canal and locks; the North Union Shaker ruins and Shaker Lakes; various views of Cleveland, Detroit, Michigan, Chicago, Illinois, and Wheeling, West Virginia; the Perry centennial of 1913; railroad construction activities; farming activities; and geological sites. 
 Call #:  PG 282 
 Extent:  0.10 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  Stewart, Allen Horton -- Photograph collections. | Stewart family -- Photograph collections. | Shakers -- United States -- Photograph collections. | Railroads -- Design and construction -- Photographs. | Ohio and Erie Canal (Ohio) -- Photographs. | Cleveland (Ohio) -- Photographs. | Detroit (Mich.) -- Photographs. | Chicago (Ill.) -- Photographs. | Wheeling (W.Va.) -- Photographs.
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