Tintypes for Coloring (Not Socially Distancing)


Unidentified Photographer, [Four Unidentified Men in Frames], ca. 1875 (2008.81.8)

A PDF of the [Four Unidentified Men in Frames] is here.



Unidentified Photographer, [Two Unidentified Women and Two Men with Tennis Rackets], 1880 (2008.81.4)

A PDF of the [Two Unidentified Women and Two Men with Tennis Rackets] is here.



Unidentified Photographer, [Seven Unidentified Firemen], ca. 1870 (2008.81.69)

A PDF of [Seven Unidentified Firemen] is here.



Unidentified Photographer, [Bell Ringers, possibly Peake Family], ca. 1865 (2009.15.16)

A PDF of the [Bell Ringers] is here


Unidentified Photographer, Ida Cushman as “The Giggler”, Alice Cushman as Queen Elizabeth, Julie Hood as “The Dancing Girl”, Helen Gardner as Cleopatra, Una Longfellow as Maud Miller, Rye Beach, 1874 (2008.81.73)

A PDF of the Giggler and her friends is here.


Unidentified Photographer, [Two Clowns], ca. 1870 (2007.54.30)

A PDF of these [Two Clowns] is here.



Unidentified Photographer, [Backs of Eight Unidentified Women with Long Hair], ca. 1880 (2413.2005)

A PDF of the [Backs of Eight Unidentified Women with Long Hair] is here.

Please download, print, color, share, etc. etc… these tintypes of people who are not successfully practicing social distancing.

(Clicking on the image will open a printable JPEG, clicking on the word “here” will open a presentable PDF, clicking on the accession number will open the on-line catalog record for the object with a correct likeness of the original object.)

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