Hunting & Fishing

A Successful Hunt: 1887

A Successful Hunt: 1887

Hunters, including African Americans, in military uniforms at a camp on Oak Creek, Arizona with deer hanging from tree. Photo taken in 1887 by photographer Edgar Alexander Mearns. LOC original medium: photographic print on cabinet card.

Teddy Bags a Coyote: 1905

Teddy Bags a Coyote: 1905

Teddy Roosevelt hunting party camped on Deep Red Creek, with their horses and dogs around a dead coyote, 1905. Copyright by Alexander Lambert. LOC original medium: photographic print on stereograph card.

Nebraska Homesteader: 1904

Nebraska Homesteader: 1904

Daniel Freeman, the first homesteader who settled in Beatrice, Nebraska. Portrait with rifle, pistol, hatchet and knife, 1904. LOC original medium: photographic print.

Lake Ozark Post Office: 1936

Lake Ozark Post Office: 1936

Man with fish in front of post office, Lake Ozark, Missouri. Photo taken in 1936 by Resettlement Administration photographer Carl Mydans. FSA / OWI Photograph Collection. LOC original medium: 35 mm nitrate negative.

Venison on a Stick: 1903

Venison on a Stick: 1903

Old hunting photo showing hunters in the Adirondacks with rifle and dead deer, 1903. Detroit Publishing Company. LOC original medium: glass negative.

NYC Construction Pioneer: 1912

NYC Construction Pioneer: 1912

New York City construction entrepreneur John D. Crimmins holding fishing rod and reel with three saltwater fish hanging on railing. Photo taken in 1912. LOC original medium: photographic print.

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