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Carpenter, Frank G.
Carpenter, Frank George
Bonfils, Félix (1831-1885)
Kume, Gen'ichi (1902-1979)
Ray, George N. (1887-1959)
Ray, George Nicholas (1887-1959)
Sébah, J. Pascal
Waggaman, Clarke (1877-1919)
久米, 元一 (1902-1979)
Around the world with the children; an introduction to geography
Australia, New Zealand and some islands of the South seas Australia, New Zealand, Thursday island, the Samoas, New Guinea, the Fijis, and the Tongas
Carpenter's new geographical reader Europe
clothes we wear, The
Holy land and Syria
How the world is fed
Java and the East Indies Java, Sumatra, Celebes, the Moluccas, New Guinea, Borneo, and the Malay peninsula
Lands of the Andes and the desert
[Men carrying coal in small boat, Malta] [Men carrying coal in small boat, Malta]
Nihon to chōsen
old palace of Athens, now the headquarters of the Near East Relief Commission which here cares for [space] thousand orphans, The
orthodox church in Bucharest, An
Palace of Justice in Rome Palace of Justice on the banks of the Tiber and Romans in bathing, The ; Venice. The Grande Canal Venice. Motor boats are appearing to annoy the gondoliers and lessen the romance of this unique city of islands.
Palaces in Bucharest are elaborate. This is the old home of the beloved Carmen Sylva or first Queen of Roumania A Roumanian peasant.
park and Casino in Sinaia with the Carpathians in the background The University of Bucharest showing the Byzantine architecture., The
Parthenon showing the scaffolding for the present day rebuilding Mr. Carpenter talks with the Prime Minister Col. Ganatas [i.e., Gonatas], The
Parthenon with scaffolding] [Greek refugee children lined up next to building, Greece], [The ; [Frank Carpenter with arms around a column, Greece]
[Photographer with camera and pigeons in front of St. Mark's Basilica, Venice] [Legs and feet of photographer with camera and pigeons in front of St. Mark's Basilica, Venice]
Pireaus is the busy harbor for Athens Where passengers are brought ashore in small rowboats from the big liners in the harbour of Pireaus.
[Porters carrying trunks on their back on a street in La Paz, Bolivia]
Retouching the Parthenon (The American School etc. Prof. Hill) Italy, no legend.
[Rice terraces carved out of the hillsides hundreds of years ago by Ifuago farmers, Philippine Islands]
Road scene, Ceylon
Robert College and American School for boys crowns high hills above the Bosphorus Old forts built centuries ago to hold back the Turkish invasion.
rock on which the oracle priestess stood at Delphi to proclaim her utterances. Here came men rich and poor, Kings and generals for advice before embarking on new schemes and fields The lion of Chaeronea. A huge marble statue dug up in the fields of Chaeronea., The
Roumanian embroidered dresses, N.G. A Roumanian school on an excursion to Sinaia.
royal barge or caique of the Sultan Unveiled Turkish women row about under the stern of the Sultan's yacht. Shades of Allah what must Mohammet think of this modern flapper idea., The
Ruins of temple, Baalbek, Lebanon
ruins of the world's ancient civilization, the Forum in Rome The columns of the huge church of St. Peter's in Rome, the largest edifice in the world, The ; If you stand with the police you can do anything. So Mr. Carpenter believes as he chats with the guards at St. Peter's ; The entrance to the Palace of Justice in Rome. Our guide said "It has much beauty but little justice."
Russia, ca. 1880-1924
Russia - types
S.S. Princess May wrecked on August 5, 1910
Sailing from Genoa. Hundreds of Italians are waving bon voyage to relatives off to the Land of Opportunity, the U.S.A. The port of Genoa with the city climbing the hillsides to low forts built by Napoleon ; On the S.S. Conte Verde a new luxurious Italian express steamer of the Lloyd Sabaudo Co. two extra propeller blades are carried. This is one.
Sailing over the blue waters of the Bosphorus one sees great white palaces on the shores where Sultans lived in the heyday of harems and slaves Among other ships riding quietly at anchor in the Bosphorus was a Russian "red" or Bolshevick steamer. However it was black in color.
Scene in a small Greek town Children of Greece.
Selections of photographs from the Carpenter collection, ca. 1880-1925
Sinaia hotel and fountain The casino at Sinaia where one may dance, gamble or see old American movies.
Since the Turkish success in Asia Minor the red flag of Turkey with its white crescent flies daily from the houses or mosques of Mohammedan worship
singing gay Napolitans use the donkey for their travels into the country The donkey is also used for trucking in the streets of Naples, The ; Mr. Carpenter visits Pompeii in a sedan chair carried by two carefree natives of Naples.
South America, social, industrial, and political a twenty-five-thousand-mile journey in search of information
Spain, ca. 1920
Spinning thread on bare knee, old witch doctor, Skenna River Indians
Standard Oil tanks in Roumania Roumania has a fleet of Black Sea boats operating from Constanza to Constantinople. This is the Emperor Trajan medallion on the bow of the bot [i.e., boat] which carried me to the Orient.
Sultan goes to prayer. Crowds and flags for his reception The harbour of Malta bristles with guns and English forts and everywhere the Union Jack flies in the breeze., The
Sultan in his yacht flying the flag Mohammet on his way up the Bosphorus to his weekly prayer. Mr. Carpenter on shore is racing him in an automobile The entrance to the American embassy in Constantinople. Blue jackets control the traffic on the day of the memorial service to President Harding., The
Sultan's guard in scarlet uniforms and white chinchilla hats The Sultan's private horse waiting at the church. It is never known whether his majesty will choose water or land for the return from prayer and all are provided for except air., The
Sweden, Finland, and Lapland, ca. 1898-1923
Switzerland, ca. 1880-1920
T.V.R.R. No. 5 bridge, head of Fox Gulch
Telephones are numerous and good service is rendered The caliph comes from prayer. The Selamlik is one of the interesting ceremonies of the city. Each Friday the caliph goes to prayer in a different mosque, the name of which is announced the day before.
Tennis becomes popular in Roumania. The introduction of American sports in Europe is a healthy sign. Perhaps the prime ministers and rulers of small belligerent countries can meet on the golf course for a settlement of differences instead of the overworked battlefields [Building on the street, Romania]
This is destroyer 221 of the American fleet in Constantinople. These speedy boats are always ready for emergencies and in many cases have carried thousands of refugees from war stricken areas Mr. Carpenter enters the American Consulate in Constantinople.
This Turkish woman in the bazaar keeps up with the modern styles in her black and white color scheme of costume Along the docks, hamals or porters are numerous carrying their burdens from the incoming ships.
Thousands gather for the Selamlik coming by boat and foot and the foreigners in automobiles Officers of the guard.
Through the Philippines and Hawaii
Towns line the European side of the Bosphorus The story is that on this hill Joshua sat and laved [i.e. layed] his feet in the waters of the Bosphorus. A huge tomb is still to be found in which is supposed to be buried the big toe of this giant. The tomb is [text missing] feet long.
Transylvania a rich province formerly belonging to Hungary is now under Roumanian rule. This is a church tower showing the old German influence in architecture. It is in Brassav Someone told a joke to these belles of Roumania at a wayside station.
Travels through Asia with the children
Tug-of-war, Fourth of July
Turkey, ca. 1870-1923
Turkish women walk unveiled on country roads Turkish school picture.
U.S. Legation at Peking
watch tower from the Galata Bridge in Constantinople. Men are constantly on watch in this tower and when smoke is seen work is gotten by runners to the fire department which eventually reaches the scene of the conflagration Only late at night does the traffic cease on this world famous Galata Bridge., The
White marble palaces along the Bosphorus. See 1343.
Why call a taxi when you can be wheeled around in royal state in this victoria with the velvet robed driver for twenty cents an hour. Every one can be a prince or princess for an hour Type of Roumanian peasant girl. Upon her wedding day an olive twig must be held over her head by one of the men attendants and if once it is dropped, even during the dancing and feasting, bad luck will be her lot and the gaiety will be dispelled in a jiffy.
women of Malta wear this peculiar head covering to protect them from the hot rays of the Mediterannean [i.e., Mediterranean] sun The French boat "Lamartine" which carried us from Pireaus to Malta and Naples., The
Work goes on the retouching of the world's most classic structure, the Parthenon Mrs. C.D. Morris and Mrs. Carpenter measuring fallen columns.
Yes we have flowers for sale. Dusky gypsy girls make it easier to buy in Buckarest [i.e., Bucharest] Brother and sisters work side by side in Roumania. The gypsies are good masons and builders, the men as well as the women.