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Nellie Jane Manning

Description: Full-length portrait of Nellie Jane Manning.

Felix's Bakery

Date: 09 26 1928
Description: Night view of pastries in the display window at Felix's Bakery, owned by Felix Odehnal, at 715 University Avenue.

Valentine Flower Window Display

Date: 02 12 1941
Description: Valentine floral display window at University Floral Company, 747 University Avenue. Owned by Dea McVicar and his son Angus McVicar.

Interior of University Floral Company

Date: 11 13 1926
Description: Interior view of University Floral Company, 747 University Avenue, displaying flowers, potted plants, baskets, and wreaths.

Orpheum Theatre Usher

Date: 1936
Description: Orpheum Theatre usher, Rolland W. Hamelin, who had recently received an appointment to West Point. 216 State Street.

Two Women Model Clothing

Date: 10 08 1963
Description: Two women model clothing. The woman on the left is wearing a wedding dress from 1946, and the other woman is wearing a Mount Mary gym suit.

Office Work

Date: 1950
Description: Women office workers file and take phone calls in a busy shared work space.

Air Race Winner's Trophy

Date: 1947
Description: The winner of the Goodyear Trophy, Steve Wittman of Oshkosh (on the right) with pilot William Brennand (holding the trophy). With them are Paul Litchfield ...

Hospital Patient Watching Television

Date: 01 17 1958
Description: The installation of televisions in hospital rooms is a welcome addition to this patient at Misericordia Hospital.

Manchester's, Inc., Window #7 Photo Studio Window

Date: 09 13 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #7, "Were you a September baby?" 14 photographic portraits on display for Photo Studio, Second Floor.

Manchester's, Inc., Window #6 Textron Fabrics

Date: 09 13 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #6 featuring "Tomorrow is here with Textron" fabric made into aprons, makeup cape, and blanket bag. The mannequin is wearing an ...

Manchester's, Inc., Window #5, Textron Fabrics

Date: 09 13 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #5 featuring: "Tomorrow is here with Textron" fabric made into draperies and bed spread.

Manchester's, Inc., Window #4, Textron Fabric Bathrobes

Date: 09 13 1945
Description: Manchester's, Inc., window #4 featuring: "Tomorrow is here with Textron" fabrics for lingerie and bathrobes. Mannequins are wearing bathrobes.

Department Store Display Window #2

Date: 09 22 1945
Description: Female mannequin with a display of socks in a display window at the Harry S. Manchester, Inc. department store, 2 East Mifflin Street.

Manchester's, Inc., Window #1, Hats

Date: 09 05 1945
Description: Window #1 at H.S. Manchester's, Inc., 2 East Mifflin Street, showing seven hats, accessories, a floral arrangement, and a portrait of a woman wearing a hat...

Rentschler Floral Co., "Navy Day" Window Display

Date: 10 27 1944
Description: Display window at Rentschler Floral Company store, 228 State Street, showing floral arrangements and poster advertising "Navy Day, October 27, 1944."

Manchester's, Inc., Scrap Paper Window Display

Date: 09 07 1944
Description: H.S. Manchester's, Inc., window display promoting saving paper. Shows fake bomb falling on various ammunition with slogans that read: "Get in the Scrap," "...

Manchester's, Inc., "Madmoiselle" Window Display

Date: 05 02 1943
Description: "Madmoiselle" hat window at Manchester's Department Store. A sign in the window reads: "Here They Are! Copies or adaptations of prize-winning hats, Mademoi...

Buffet Table at St. Mary's Hospital

Date: 1941
Description: Two nurses and four elderly people sitting behind buffet table at St. Mary's Hospital, 720 South Brooks Street.

Baron Brothers Store Window

Date: 11 06 1936
Description: Window display at Baron Brothers Store, 12-18 W. Mifflin Street. Features two women's dresses, on on a mannequin.

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