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LL/14949
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Lincoln chair 
n.d. 
Carte de visite 
Private collection of Stuart Schneider 

  
LL/24936
ThumbnailE. Pourchet (France) 
Untitled, Study of a mechanized chair 
1890 (ca) 
Albumen print 
8 1/2 x 6 5/8 in (12.5 x 17 cm) 
KaufmaNelson Vintage Photographs 

  
LL/39439
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Automatic pilot, beneath the metal chair of the pilot [Luchtvaart. De automatische piloot is aangebracht onder de zitplaats van de piloot.] 
1930 
Gelatin silver print 
National Archive of the Netherlands / Nationaal Archief 
Spaarnestad Photo, SFA022811662 
  

  
LL/6250
ThumbnailLloyd, Troy, NY 
Chair [Possibly a sample] 
n.d. 
Cabinet card 
Jeffrey Kraus Antique Photographics 
Courtesy of Jeffrey Kraus 
  

  
LL/48904
ThumbnailMathew B. Brady 
Elk-Horn Chair, Presented to President Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1864, by Seth Kinman, the California Hunter and Trapper 
1864 
Carte de visite 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia 
Original uploader was Smallbones at en.wikipedia 
  

  
LL/30557
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
[One-legged man leaning on chair] 
1905-1915 (ca) 
Real photo postcard 
Private collection of Brian Smolens 

  
LL/399
ThumbnailEdward Weston 
Garden Chair, Autumn 
1941 
Gelatin silver print 
7 x 9 1.2 on 9 x 11 board 
Silverstein Photography 

  
LL/2315
ThumbnailLena Liv 
Room with a Window 
1999-2004 
Mixed media: Emulsion on glass, light, wood 
h: 16 x w: 20 x d: 7 in 
Andrea Meislin Gallery 

  
LL/2207
ThumbnailElizabeth Siegfried 
#17 
[A Sense of Place] 
n.d. 
Gelatin silver print 
Stephen Bulger Gallery 
10 
  
LL/47180
ThumbnailStanley Wolfson (New York World-Telegram & Sun staff photographer) 
Bullet holes in back of stage where Malcolm X was shot 
1965, February 
Photographic print 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-136553 (b&w film copy neg.) 
  
11 
  
LL/3004
ThumbnailRalph Steiner 
American Rural Baroque 
1929 
 
Barry Singer Gallery 
12 
  
LL/36201
ThumbnailAdolph B. Rice Studio (Richmond, Virginia) 
G.E. Supply, dinette set 
1954, 4 May 
Negative, safety film 
4 x 5 in (negative) 
Library of Virginia - State Library and Archive 
Rice Collection 338A 
  
13 
  
LL/37096
ThumbnailFrancis Benjamin Johnston 
Johnston's Mill House, Albemarle County, Virginia 
1933 
Negative, safety film 
8 x 10 ins 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-csas-04204 (digital file from interpositive) 
  
14 
  
LL/28120
ThumbnailJoelle Jensen 
Highschool portrait 
n.d. 
 
Wall Space Gallery 
15 
  
LL/23024
ThumbnailLynne Cohen 
Untitled (Concave walls) 
[Camouflage] 
1970
Gelatin silver print 
Hasted Hunt 
16 
  
LL/33437
ThumbnailErwin Blumenfeld 
Nude on Coca Cola Chair 
1944 (taken) 1947 (print) 
Gelatin silver print 
13 1/2 x 10 3/4 in (34.3 x 27.3 cm) 
Swann Galleries - New York 
Courtesy of Swann Galleries (Auction, Oct 22, 2009, Photographs & Photographic Literature, Sale 2191 Lot 153) 
  
17 
  
LL/6866
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Stackback chairs 
1955 
Photograph 
165 x 219 
Location and source information requested 
Managed by Ministry of Education (UK) - Design History Research Centre Archives, University of Brighton 
  
18 
  
LL/45029
ThumbnailE.O. Hoppé 
Still life, Chairs in Kensington Gardens, London 
1928 
Gelatin silver print 
E.O. Hoppé Estate 
19 
  
LL/2092
ThumbnailDick Arentz 
Vancouver, BC 
n.d. 
Platinum / Palladium print 
5 x 7 
Stephen Bulger Gallery 
20 
  
LL/253
ThumbnailIlse Bing 
Chair, Champs Elysees, 1931 
1931 
Gelatin silver print 
11 x 8 3/4 
Silverstein Photography 

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