Hej, Swedish National Heritage Board!
The sets here, taken over a period stretching from the later part of the nineteenth century, are from the collections of Carl Curman (1833–1913), a Swedish physician and scientist, who photographed Swedish towns, such as Stockholm and Lysekil, sailboats and the fisherman population, as well as his own family. He also photographed Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands, during his visits to other parts of Europe.
Keep an eye out for more photographs from the Swedish National Heritage Board in the coming weeks. In the meantime, your comments, notes and tags are much appreciated!