Album and negatives depict a couple's travels circa 1900, including visits to the Exposition Universelle in Paris, the London
Zoo, Venice, and Egypt, as well as family snapshots believed to be made in Long Island, New York.
The photographs in this album are believed to have been made by Louis Albert Sayre Bodine, based on annotations written on
the negatives' original box. Louis Bodine (1874-1936) was born in New York, and resided for a time in East Hampton, Long
Island. Circa 1899, he married Winifred Harrison (1877-1960), apparently known affectionately as "Harry." The couple had
two children, John (1902-1970) and Natalie (1904-1995). At least one of these children is depicted in some family photographs,
but only identified as "baby."
approximately 245 negatives and 50 photographic prints (1 box; 1 album)
Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder (if applicable).
The collection is open for research use. Because of the fragility of some negatives, researchers may not be permitted to
handle the negatives themselves.