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Huddled Masses, Some American Groups in Photographs, selected and curated by W.M. Hunt
Huddled Masses: Some American Groups in Photographs is an exhibition curated by and drawn from the collection of W.M. Hunt At a time when the Covid-19 Pandemic has made it impossible to meet in large groups, this exhibition is a timely reminder of the sociability of humans and their desire to come together rather than remain apart. Hunt is particularly interested in the idea of crowd control. He observes how by looking at the people captured in the photographs it is clear they know how to behave in a group photograph, packing themselves in shoulder to shoulder and looking bright-eyed at the photographer, “saying cheese” and smiling. People come together for many different reasons, to play sports, to enjoy family celebrations, to be part of a company photograph. In each case and in each of the corresponding images there can be seen a collective desire to be remembered as part of their group, proud to stand next to their companions.
A living flag covering seven acres composed of ten thousand Blue Jackets under Command of Captain W.A. Moffett, at the worlds greatest Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois, November 1917
30,000 Officers & Men, at Camp Custer, Battle Creek Mich, Brig. Gen Howard L. Laubauch, Commanding, 1918
27,000 Officers & Men, at Camp Dix, New Jersey, General Hugh L. Scott CMDR., 1918
18,000 Officers and Men, at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, IA., Col. Wm. Newman Commanding. Col. Rush S. Wells, Directing, 1918
Plymouth (Twelfth) Division, Major General HP McCain Commanding, Camp Devens, MA. December 3, 1918
Brig Gen. Don C. Fait administers Oath to WACS joining Army, Daytona Beach, FLA. Aug 3, 1945
July 22, 1925 - Walther League Party - Tour No. 1, En Route to San Francisco Convention, “Looking Pleasant” on Mountain Parks Drive.
American Expeditionary Forces, 1917 - 1918
Schofield Bks, 1935
Ernest Harmon Airforce Base, NFLD, 1952, Colonel C.E. Hughes "Comdg."
Oversea Florida East Coast R. R., Feb. 12,1912
Cleveland, Ohio, September 21, 1926
The Midland Grocery Co. of Ohio, to Washington D.C. & Atlantic City, N.J., June 26 - July 1, 1916
Nov. 7, 1913, Automobile Manufacturers in the World. Col. Ohio, Annual Capacity 40,000 cars.
Somewhere in America, Feb 18, 1942
June 13, 1951 (Firefighters in Rome)
Chicago, IL, Dec 12, 1950
Washington D.C., May 5, 1971
New York, NY, Nov 13, 1951
Santa Monica Pier, 1926
New York World’s Fair (Operators #1-19), 1939
Group of boys with ropes (#1 - 12), 1950s
Group of Women, numbered, lined up, in bathing suits and top hats with eye holes, 1936
New York City, 1930
Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH.,1936
Reading Pennsylvania, 1914
Company E, 28th Engineers, Campy Mills, NY, 1904
K.C. MO., 1923
MA. late 19th Century
Venango, PA, Decoration Day, May 1924
Group of Workers, Canneries Company, undated
Libby McNeill & Libby, California Fruits and Vegetables-Selma Plant, California, 1930
August 18, 1934
Indianapolis, IN, 1922
A Quiet Sunday Afternoon at Coney Island. Part of an Immense Crowd of Million on the Beach On A Day When the Thermometer in the City Registered above 90, Aug 6, 1933
August 20, 1886, By Invitation Of Mr. George W Childs.
Early 20th Century
Presented to Caleb Rand Lodge No. 197, I.O.D.E. by George T. Rand, P.G. Feb 1914, Degree Master 1892-1912, Taken May 22, 1901
No. 93, I.O.O.F., Ins t’d Dec.9, 1890
Photo by Century Flashlight Photographers, Inc. National Tribute to Evangeline Booth, General Elect of Salvation Army, Madison Square Garden, New York City, Nov.1, 1934