Paul S. Reinsch Papers, 1835-1924, 1963

Container Title
Visual materials
PH 1946
High school and University of Wisconsin ephemera
Scope and Content Note: Ephemera relating to Alfred T. Flint’s student life at Madison (Wisconsin) High School and the University of Wisconsin, and his sister Rebecca P. Flint. A small portion also relates to his student life at Harvard University. Materials include commencement and debating society programs; concert and theater programs; dance cards, dinner menus, tickets, track meet ephemera, receipts, and club materials.
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Banquets and dinner dances
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Dance cards
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Debate programs
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Harvard University commencement, 1916
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Madison High School
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Memorial dedications and professional organizations meetings
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Plays, concerts, circuses and recitals
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Track meet programs and realia
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University of Wisconsin commencement and related
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University of Wisconsin realia, 1911
PH 1950
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Flint family, Salem, Massachusetts
Quantity: 40 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Album of carte-de-visite photographic portraits of the Simeon Flint family of Salem, Massachusetts and members of the Salem High School class of 1871. Also included is a photograph of Salem High School and portraits of Daniel Webster and the African-American messenger at the U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C.
PH 1964
Flint and Thomas family
Quantity: 39 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Album of carte-de-visite and cabinet photographic portraits of members of the Flint and Thomas families, circa 1870-1895.
PH 1966
Tintype portraits
Quantity: 50 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Small tintype studio portraiture of individuals collected in small album.
PH 1952
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Reserve Officers Training Corps camp activities, Plattsburg, New York, 1917
Quantity: 56 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Images include views of the grounds, barracks, training marches, bayonet drills, and rifle practice, with annotations by Flint who was in training there at the time.
PH 1965
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Views of Madison, Wisconsin
Quantity: 25 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: A booklet entitled "University of Wisconsin Jubilee," produced in 1904, containing mounted collotype reproductions of panoramic views of Madison, Wisconsin: lake and shore views, Sherman Ave. drive, university buildings, the State Historical Society, and the Wisconsin State Capitol.
PH 1969
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Flint residence, Madison, Wisconsin
Quantity: 5 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Photographs of the residence of Professor Albert S. Flint at 122 Bascom Place, Madison, Wisconsin, from excavation, through construction, to finished exteriors and interiors, 1922-1923. See also the corresponding negatives in WHi(F6) 25-39.
PH 1970
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Canoe trips
Quantity: 48 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Photographs made by Flint of activities while on canoe trips to the Canadian wilderness, circa 1924-1937. Included are images of canoes, the portage of goods overland, camp scenes, and Native American guides and families. See also negatives for these images in WHi(F6).
PH 2021
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Native American effigy mounds
Quantity: 8 photographs 
Scope and Content Note: Photographs made by George R. Fox, director of the Chamberlain Memorial Museum of Local Pioneer History, Three Oaks, Michigan, of Native American effigy mounds in Wisconsin, 1919. Included are images of mounds in Madison, Merrill Springs, Baraboo, and Fort Atkinson.
Quantity: 75 glass plate and nitrate negatives 
Scope and Content Note: Negatives, made primarily by Anna Monds Thomas, of the boyhood home of Flint and of Madison, Wisconsin, and vicinity, circa 1900 to 1910. Also included are negatives of activities on canoe trips to the Canadian wilderness, circa 1924 to 1937.
EA 005
Quantity: 8 mm 
Scope and Content Note: Film related to activities on canoe trips to the Canadian wilderness, circa 1924-1937.
PH 1961
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Children's book
Scope and Content Note: Child's book written in longhand text, with pasted animal pictures excerpted from cards, magazines, and other sources, and a crayon background, entitled "Chickie Little" and made by Alfred Thomas of Washington, D.C., for his grandchildren: Helen, Alfred Thomas, and Rebecca P. Flint of Madison, Wisconsin, in 1896. The story is that of Henny Penny and the falling sky.