Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
This photograph collection primarily depicts the Carnegie estate buildings (, workers, gardens, statuary, and grounds on Cumberland Island. Photographs were taken in the early 1900s when Samuel Bealey was superintendent of Dungeness.
In addition are three contemporary photographs depicting other locations: Central Park in New York City, an unidentified location, and the 1912 11th District Masonic Convection (Mr. Bealey was a member of the Masons).
Collection of photographs, photo albums, scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, published books, telephone books, and loose documents. There are 4 albums of more recent photos labeled: Bulldogs Vol. I and II, and Oakwell and Bulldogs Vol I and II.))