- Photographs taken by the Ensminger Brothers in Florida while soldiers trained there before sailing to Cuba to fight in the Spanish-American War. The photographs in this collection were later purchased by Sarah Criggal and her sister, who were visiting Florida from Britain. (Summary)
- Publication Date
- picture (marcgt)
- Resource Identifier
- 029946966 (ALEPH)
- 57465224 (OCLC)
- ENSMINGER (USFLDC AGGCODE)
- Ensminger Brothers
- University of South Florida -- Libraries
- Photographs have been digitized and are also available online. (Additional Physical Form)
- Physical Description
- 37 photographs : b&w ;
- Ensminger Brothers
- Place of Publication
- [Sanford, Fla
- Subjects / Keywords
- Spanish-American War, 1898 -- Photographs (lcsh)
- Soldiers -- Photographs -- Florida (lcsh)
- Photographs -- Florida (lcsh)
- Ensminger Brothers Spanish-American War photographs
Rights and Access
Ensminger Brothers Spanish-American War Photographs
This is a collection of Spanish-American War era photographs taken by the Ensminger Brothers who were commercial photographers in the late 1800s. The photographs were later purchased by Sarah Criggal and her sister, who were visiting Florida from the Isle of White, England, and eventually donated to Special Collections at the USF Libraries.
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