RM2A2X531–Photograph - Schumacher Mill Furnishing Works, Factory Interior, Port Melbourne, Victoria, circa 1940s, Black and white promotional image of a factory interior showing a conveyor. It is part of a collection of photographs and marked printer's copy used in the preparation of trade literature promoting products manufactured by the Schumacher Mill Furnishing Works Pty Ltd. The items were originally housed in a wooden filing drawer
RMRFH2G6–Black and white photograph, showing an interior shot of a military building, with a hole in its corrugated metal roof, photographed during the Vietnam War, 1968. ()
RM2A5E99F–Early 1900's photo of interior of Swan Lane Mill, cotton Mill, showing spinning mules, Bolton, Lancashire, U.K. circa 1910
RMPEDR0M–Black and white photograph showing an interior view, looking toward the south door and windows of the Memorial Transept at Memorial Hall, a late 19th-century Gothic revival building built to honor Harvard men who died in the Civil War, located north of Harvard Yard in Cambridge Massachusetts, 1875. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RF2BET1AW–Great Depression era photograph showing patrons at a bar in Louisiana.
RMP679AX–Black and white photograph, showing the cramped interior of a Mid-century caravan or trailer home, with a sofa, bookshelves, a vintage radio, and a door visible at right, likely photographed in Ohio in the decade following World War II, 1950. ()
RM2CFDR33–Interior of factory showing workers .
RMMAKNA8–Horizontal, black and white photograph showing an interior view of the court room at the Old Courthouse. A wooden rail curves around the room in the foreground, and the judge's bench can be seen in the background. Columns line the walls of the room, which also has a domed ceiling. Title: Interior view of the court room at the Old Courthouse. . between 1900 and 1920.
RM2BNPBEA–Interior showing wall and window, _
RMMAKN89–Horizontal, black and white photograph showing destruction in the Lafayette Park neighborhood after a tornado, probably the 1896 tornado. Photograph was probably taken at the corner of Park Avenue and Mississippi Avenue. Five houses have had parts of their roofs, walls, and windows destroyed. An interior staircase of one home can be seen. Piles of rubble and fallen trees can be seen throughout the photograph. Several men are standing amid rubble on the right. Title: Destruction in the Lafayette Park neighborhood after tornado, probably the 1896 tornado. . 1896.
RM2CN968C–Interior of warehouse showing workers at lunch _
RMMAKK33–Horizontal, black and white photograph showing an interior view of the Republican convention hall, known as the 'Wigwam'. Many rows of chairs are crowded onto the floor and several levels of balconies. A variety of banners and flags hang from the ceiling. A sign in the lower right corner identifies section 'F'. The Wigwam was located on the grounds of City Hall, at the corner of 12th Street and Clark Avenue. The Republican National Convention was held on June 16-18, 1896. During the convention, William McKinley was nominated for president, and Garret A. Hobart was nominated for vice-president.
RMPRPPYP–* Vintage Photograph Showing The Interior of a Menswear Shop. C.W.S.Hats on Display.