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This collection includes 35 glass negatives photographed by Reginald Sellman dating from 1913 to 1919. Places illustrated in the negatives include an unidentified Maryland sanitarium, Gwynns Falls, and Elk River. The outdoor images were taken on a camping excursion. There are also eight glass negatives of Bruce Darden Sellman at ten-weeks and sixteen-weeks old. Other identified individuals in the negatives include a Miss Tucker, Miss Darden, Minnie Lesher, and Frank Hundley.
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Photocopies or digital surrogates may be provided in accordance with Special Collections and University Archives duplication policy.
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1.5 Linear Feet (2 Negative (Photo) Boxes)
This collection was purchased by the University of Maryland Libraries from Palinurus Antiquarian Books on March 26, 2018.
Upon arrival, the materials were re-housed into an archival quality box and placed in acid-free protective sleeves. Glass plate negatives were re-ordered into numerical order, which is also chronological. The original envelopes have been saved and can be found in the box with the slides. The original plate number was transferred to the new envelope. All other information can be found on the original envelope itself.
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