Consists of photographs of Frederick and Samuel Crafts.
Consists of photographs of Hannah Williams Crafts and George Slade as well as unidentified photographs.
Consists of "Aunt Ellen" and three unidentified (see individual items for descriptions of images).
Series 3: Miscellaneous, 1788 2 boxes
This series consists of a letter by Eliph Porter to Reverend Thomas Crafts of Princeton (1788), and a pony skin box with lock and key.
This series consists of 52 tintype photographs, including one each of Frederick Crafts, his wife Hannah William Crafts, and his great uncle Samuel Crafts. This series is first organized into sub-series by type (pinchbeck framed, card framed, and unframed), and then alphabetically by portrait subject, with unidentified portraits located at the end of each sub-series.
This series consists of six ambrotype portraits in both pinchbeck frames and union cases. All ambrotype photographs are in pinchbeck frames, unless otherwise noted.
Frederick Crafts Photographs Collection, 1788-1861
The Frederick Crafts Photographs Collection consists of ambrotype and tintype photographs, and a pony skin box of the American photographer Frederick Crafts (fl. 1850-1860s).