5 UMMA Objects
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A winter city scene with figures walking on snow-covered streets and riding horse-drawn carriages. 
Alfred Stieglitz (American (North American))
The Street - Design for a Poster
1900 – 1903
Museum Purchase
A view of steerage passengers gathered on two decks of a steamship. 
Alfred Stieglitz (American (North American))
The Steerage
1907 – 1915
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
Photograph of the Singer Building in New York, located at Broadway and Liberty. Open to the public in 1908, it was the tallest building in America for one year. In 1968 it was the world's largest skyscaper to be demolished.
Alfred Stieglitz (American (North American))
The City of Ambition
1910 – 1911
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
This photograph depicts the torso and head of a nude woman. She holds her arm above her head and faces toward the left side of the frame.
Clarence H. White;Alfred Stieglitz (American (North American);American (North American))
1907 – 1909
This image is an unusually-formatted vertical and very narrow portrait of a young woman. The woman wears a long silk gown and holds a rose. 
Eva Watson Schütze;Alfred Stieglitz (American (North American);American (North American))
The Rose
1890 – 1905
Gift of The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation, in memory of Morris D. Baker, a graduate of The University of Michigan School of Architecture, 1952