Archives Catalog

Joseph Krementz photograph collection Edit

Summary

Identifier
1978_005 PA
Content Description
219 negatives, lantern slides, and positive transparencies of various sizes from the collection of Joseph Krementz from New Albany, Indiana, circa 1870s to 1920s. Joseph Krementz was an artist and photographer who lived in New Albany, Indiana, and operated studios both there and in Louisville. His original negatives depict scenes in both cities. Most significant in this collection are the earliest known photographs of the Louisville Water Company and the Louisville wharf.
Access Restrictions?
No
Use Restrictions?
No

Dates

  • ca 1870s - 1920s (Creation)

Extents

  • 219 photographs (Whole)
    6 boxes

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