Administrative Information

Scope and Content Note

Box and Folder List


32 boxes
32.12 linear feet
Processor: Mark Vassar
Date: February 2011

Acquisition: The images in the Cambridge Historical Society Image Collection were collected at various times and from various personages and institutions. Few formal records remain of their donation or accession. Notations on the backs of individual photos indicate that the photos include gifts of:

J. Henry Blake, 1906
Sarah H. Swan, 1906
Isabella Batchelder, 1909
Susanna Willard, 1909
Mary Saunders, 1911, 1918
Francis Hill Bigelow, 1913
Mrs. Frank H. Teele, 1913
Alice Merrill White, 1918
Archibald Howe, 1920
Alice Longfellow, 1920
Mrs. E.L. Holt, 1921
Lexington Historical Society, 1926
Eleanor Gray Tudor, 1926
Eliza P. Huntington, 1927
Mary Deane Dexter, 1932
Mrs. Moses Perkins White, 1933
E. L. Soolien, Harvard College Library, 1934
Maria Bowen, 1934
Margaret Norton, 1908, 1909, 1939
Leona W. Frothingham, ca.1940
Margaret E. Cogswell, 1942
Eleanor Clarke Bowser, 1946
Roger Gilman, 1950
Lois Lilley Howe, 1952
Florence Maynard, 1952
Helen Fuller Dudley, 1957
E. W. Huckel, 1957
Harvard University Archives, 1957
Penelope Noyes, 1960
Ann B. Grimes, 1961
Margaret Thayer Lancaster, 1967
Cora D. Morse, 1967
Irene Thompson, 1968
Walter Dodge, 1970
Arlington Historical Society, 1981
Dix Campbell, 1984
Cedar Street House (Fitchburg, MA), 1988
Nancy Wells, 1993
Whitney Historic Programs, 2001
Elizabeth Meredith, 2001
Muriel Rosso, 2002
Beth McCarthy, 2002
Esther Rivinus, 2003
Beverly Rutstein, 2004
Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society, 2004
Lewis Bushnell, 2005
Irene Dwyer, 2005
Andy Leighton, 2006
Grafton (NH) Historical Society, 2006
Conrad Wright, 2006
Betty Poltrack, 2007
Boothbay Region Historical Society, 2007
Andy Fenenbock, 2007
Susan Poverman, 2007
Marc Truant Associates, 2007
Bridget Walker, 2007
Helen Moulton, 2008
Larry Gobrecht, 2008
Cambridge Skating Club, 2009
Daniel Percoco, 2009
Suzanne Revaleone Greene, 2010
Richard Lingner, 2010
Shelley Cardiel, 2005-2010
Robert George Morrissey, 2010
Charles Sullivan, 2008-2010
Dorothy Blanchard, 2010
Caroline B. Shaw, Bursar of Radcliffe College, n.d.
Willard Phippins, n.d.
Cambridge Historical Commission, n.d. Beryl Beatley, n.d.
Graham Gund Associates, Inc., n.d.
Buffalo Historical Society, n.d.
Mrs. William F. Stearns, n.d.
Leo Pompiers, n.d.
Mary Isabella Gozzaldi, n.d.
Lucian Fuller, n.d.
Fran Snider, n.d.

Also includes a bequest of: Elizabeth Harris, n.d.

Access:
There are no restrictions on items in this collection.

Permission to Publish: Requests for permission to publish from the collection should be made to the Executive Director.

Copyright: Copyright in a large number of images in this collection has expired. Copyright in other images in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors’ heirs or assigns.

Note: Series I. Cambridge Neighborhoods and Series II. Cambridge Churches, were originally processed by Megan Friedel, February-April, 2002. Her original finding aid is located with the newly created finding aid in Box 1. A number of images that were originally housed in the collection were determined to properly belong in other collections and were removed. Most notable of these were images of Cambridge neighborhoods taken for the “Remove Overhead Wires” campaign of the Harvard Square Businessmen’s Association in 1922 that were returned to the George G. Wright Collection and images of Cambridge buildings that were returned to the Lois Lilley Howe Photographic Collection. Postcards were added to the Cambridge Historical Society Postcard Collection.
Arrangement

The collection is arranged in six series:

Series I, Cambridge Neighborhoods, 1866-1984
Subseries A. Old Cambridge, 1866-1940
Subseries B. Cambridgeport, 1866-1984, n.d.
Subseries C. East Cambridge, 1922-1970, n.d.
Subseries D. Mid-Cambridge, 1922, n.d.
Subseries E. North Cambridge, 1883-1922, n.d.

Series II, Cambridge Churches, 1831-1970
Subseries A. Old Cambridge, 1831-1970
Subseries B. Cambridgeport, (currently no images)
Subseries C. East Cambridge, (currently no images)
Subseries D. MidCambridge, 1880
Subseries E. North Cambridge, 1871-1904

Series III, Cambridge Buildings, 1848-1990
Subseries A. Old Cambridge, 1848-1990
Subseries B. Cambridgeport, ca.1880-1900
Subseries C. East Cambridge, 1851-1990
Subseries D. MidCambridge, ca.1850-1960
Subseries E. North Cambridge, ca.1875-1960

Series IV, Social Organizations, Events, Objects, etc., 1855-1997
Subseries A. Social Organizations, Groups, etc., 1855-1964
Subseries B. Objects, Advertisements, etc., ca.1866-1997
Subseries C. Transportation, ca.1860-1990
Subseries D. Events, 1868-1990

Series V, Harvard Buildings and related, ca.1850-1980

Series VI, People, 1759-1990


Scope and Content Note

This collection includes photographs, stereographs, etchings, prints, watercolors, glass plate negatives, etc., of Cambridge neighborhoods, buildings, churches, individuals, social organizations, objects, etc. The bulk of the photographs were taken between 1865 and 1922.

Series I, Cambridge Neighborhoods, ca.1830-1999, consists of photographs, prints, etchings, etc., of neighborhoods, squares, and landmarks throughout Cambridge during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Notable subjects are Harvard Square, Mount Auburn Cemetery, the Cambridge Arsenal, Fort Washington, and the Washington Elm. These images also include: stereographs taken for the 1875 Cambridge Centennial Celebration of Washington taking command of the American Army; photographs from Harvard Class Albums, 1863, 1866, and 1887; and reproductions of photographs from the Emily Broussard Collection at the Cambridge Historical Commission. There is considerable overlap between this series and Series III, Cambridge Buildings and researchers are recommended to refer to that series as well. This series is arranged in five subseries based on the geographic subdivisions of Cambridge, as outlined by the Cambridge Historical Commission’s Survey of Architectural History in Cambridge:

Subseries A. Old Cambridge, ca.1830-1990
Subseries B. Cambridgeport, ca.1860-1945, n.d.
Subseries C. East Cambridge, ca.1940-1990, n.d.
Subseries D. Mid-Cambridge, ca.1860-1947, n.d.
Subseries E. North Cambridge, ca.1870-1940, n.d.

Series II, Cambridge Churches, 1831-1970, consists of photographs and prints of Cambridge churches and divinity school buildings. These images also include: stereoviews taken for the 1875 Cambridge Centennial Celebration of Washington taking command of the American Army and photographs from Harvard Class Albums, 1863, 1866, and 1887. Several of the churches in this series are no longer standing, most having been replaced by later church buildings, or have since been demolished or moved. Although there are currently no images in Subseries B, Cambridgeport or Subseries C, East Cambridge, this series is arranged in five subseries in order to provide for further expansion. These subseries are based on the geographic subdivisions of Cambridge, as outlined by the Cambridge Historical Commission’s Survey of Architectural History in Cambridge:

Subseries A. Old Cambridge, 1831-1970
Subseries B. Cambridgeport, (currently no images)
Subseries C. East Cambridge, (currently no images)
Subseries D. MidCambridge, 1880
Subseries E. North Cambridge, 1871-1904

Series III, Cambridge Buildings, 1848-1990, consists of photographs, prints, paintings, etc., of Cambridge houses and various other buildings. These images also include: stereoviews taken for the 1875 Cambridge Centennial Celebration of Washington taking command of the American Army and photographs from Harvard Class Albums, 1863, 1866, 1887, and other unidentified years. Many of the buildings in this series are no longer standing and have been replaced by later houses or commercial buildings, or have since been demolished or moved. This series is arranged in five subseries in order to provide for further expansion. These subseries are based on the geographic subdivisions of Cambridge, as outlined by the Cambridge Historical Commission’s Survey of Architectural History in Cambridge:

Subseries A. Old Cambridge, 1848-1990
Subseries B. Cambridgeport, ca.1880-1900
Subseries C. East Cambridge, 1851-1990
Subseries D. MidCambridge, ca.1850-1960
Subseries E. North Cambridge, ca.1875-1960

Series IV, Social Organizations, Events, Objects, etc., 1855-1997, consists of photographs, prints, slides, etc., of groups, social organizations, modes of transportation, events, objects, etc. Several of the photographs of groups are from Harvard Class Albums of various dates and include students, clubs, and staff. Other groups include school groups, firemen, military groups, clubs, etc. Images of transportation include horse-drawn carriages and trolleys, motor vehicles, trains, etc. Images of objects, advertisements, etc., include items in the Cambridge Historical Society collection or that are in some way connected with Cambridge history. Also included in this subseries are images not associated with Cambridge, but are examples of professional Cambridge photographers’ works. This series is arranged in four subseries:

Subseries A. Social Organizations, Groups, etc., 1855-1964
Subseries B. Objects, Advertisements, etc., ca.1866-1997
Subseries C. Transportation, ca.1860-1990
Subseries D. Events, 1868-1990

Series V, Harvard Buildings and related, ca.1850-1980, consists of photographs and other images documenting the buildings, gates, grounds, etc., of Harvard University. These consist mainly of photographs from Harvard Class Albums of various dates. A number of these buildings are no longer standing or have been altered or replaced by more recent buildings.

Series VI, People, 1759-1990, consists of photographs, paintings, prints, glass-plate negatives, etc., of various individuals (and at times their families) most of whom were either residents of Cambridge or important to the history of Cambridge in some manner. A number of these consist of images of Harvard University professors, many of whom are unidentified, taken from Harvard Class Albums of various dates. Some of these are more famous such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Oliver Wendell Holmes, James Russell Lowell, George Washington, etc. The bulk of these images, however, consist of paintings, photographic portraits, and snapshots of ordinary Cambridge citizens.


Cambridge Historical SocietyImage Collection, 1759-1997

Box Folder
Series I. Cambridge Neighborhoods, ca.1830-1990
Subseries A. Old Cambridge, ca.1830-1990, n.d.
1 1 Cambridge, views of, 1866-1885 (2 photographs)
1A.0001 CHS – view from Somerville [Warren], ca.1866
1A.0002 CHS – view from Memorial Hall Tower, ca.1885
1 2 Cambridge Arsenal (junction of Garden and Concord), 1863-1866 (7 photographs)
1A.0003 CHS – Cambridge Arsenal, ca.1866
1A.0004 CHS – Cannons and flagpole, ca.1866
1A.0005 CHS – Cannons and flagpole, ca.1866
1A.0006 CHS – Arsenal building, ca.1866
1A.0007 CHS – Arsenal building, ca.1866
1A.0008 CHS – Arsenal building, ca.1866
1A.0009 CHS – 1st Arsenal building [Pach], ca.1863
1 3 Cambridge Common, Revolutionary War Cannons, 1923-1930 (7 photographs)
1A.0010 CHS – Cannon, 1930
1A.0011 CHS – Cannon with houses, 1923
1A.0012 CHS – Cannon with houses, 1923
1A.0013 CHS – Cannon with Harvard buildings, 1923
1A.0014 CHS – Cannon with Harvard buildings, 1923
1A.0015 CHS – Cannon with Austin Hall, 1923
1A.0016 CHS – Cannon with Austin Hall, 1923
1 4 Cambridge Common, Monuments, ca.1871-1930 (3 photographs)
1A.0017 CHS – Revolutionary War Monument, ca.1871
1A.0018 CHS – Washington Arch, ca.1930
1A.0019 CHS – “Common where troops formed under Col. Prescott, June 16, 1775…” [T. Lewis], 1875*
1 5 Cambridge Common, Views of, ca.1860-1890 (3 photographs)
1A.0020 CHS – Cambridge Common with Memorial Hall [Balch], ca.1890
1A.0021 CHS – Cambridge Common with Memorial Hall [Balch], ca.1890
1A.0022 CHS – Cambridge Common from Harvard Law School, ca.1860
1 6 Views of Harvard from the Common, ca.1830-1870 (5 photographs)
1A.0023 CHS – Harvard from Common [Warren], 1866
1A.0024 CHS – Cambridge Common from the seat of Caleb Gannett, Esq. Comprehending a view of Harvard University (print of original watercolor, ca.1830)
1A.0025 CHS – Harvard from Common, ca.1870
1A.0026 CHS – Harvard from Common [Warren], 1866
1A.0027 CHS – Harvard from Common [Warren], 1866 (reproduction)
On display Views of Harvard from the Common, ca.1830 (1 photograph)
1A.0174 CHS – Cambridge Common from the seat of Caleb Gannett, Esq. Comprehending a view of Harvard University (print of original watercolor, ca.1830)
1 7 Views of Charles River, ca.1870-1897 (8 photographs)
1A.0028 CHS – Cambridge & Charles River from chimney of power house, corner of Boylston (now JFK) and Memorial looking southeast [E.R. Cogswell, Jr.], 1897
1A.0029 CHS – Cambridge & Charles River from chimney of power house, corner of Boylston (now JFK) and Memorial looking east [E.R. Cogswell, Jr.], 1897
1A.0030 CHS – Cambridge & Charles River from chimney of power house, corner of Boylston (now JFK) and Memorial looking south [E.R. Cogswell, Jr.], 1897
1A.0030a CHS – Charles River marshes from Casino boat house, 1884
1A.0031 CHS – Charles River showing bridge and J.A. Heaton Coal, n.d.
1A.0032 CHS – University Boat House, Charles River, ca.1870
1A.0033 CHS – Charles River Boat Houses, ca.1870
1A.0034 CHS – Charles River Boat Houses, ca.1870
1 8 The Delta (current site of Memorial Hall), 1866-1870 (8 photographs)
1A.0035 CHS – The Delta [Warren], 1866
1A.0036 CHS – The Delta, ca.1870
1A.0037 CHS – The Delta [Warren], 1866
1A.0038 CHS – The Delta [Warren], 1866
1A.0039 CHS – The Delta, ca.1870
1A.0040 CHS – The Delta, ca.1870
1A.0041 CHS – The Delta, ca.1870
1A.0042 CHS – The Delta [Warren], 1866
On display 1A.0178 CHS – The Delta [Warren], 1866
1 9 Harvard Square, College House, 1866-1885 (7 photographs)
1A.0043 CHS – College House showing Union Railway trolleys, ca.1885
1A.0044 CHS – College House, ca.1870
1A.0045 CHS – College House, ca.1870
1A.0046 CHS – College House [Warren], 1866
1A.0047 CHS – College House [Warren], 1866
1A.0048 CHS – College House, ca.1880
1A.0049 CHS – College House, ca.1880
1 10 Harvard Square, Harvard Block, 1866, n.d. (4 photographs)
1A.0050 CHS – Harvard Block showing trolleys, n.d.
1A.0051 CHS – Harvard Block, [Warren], 1866
1A.0052 CHS – Harvard Block, [Warren], 1866
1A.0053 CHS – Harvard Block, [Warren], 1866
1 11 Harvard Square, Hilton Block (corner of Mass and Plympton), ca.1890 (2 photographs)
1A.0054 CHS – Hilton Block, ca.1890
1A.0055 CHS – Hilton Block, ca.1890
1 12 Harvard Square, Little’s Block & Lyceum Hall, ca.1870-1890 (3 photographs)
1A.0056 CHS – Little’s Block, ca.1890
1A.0057 CHS – Little’s Block, ca.1890
1A.0058 CHS – Lyceum Hall, ca.1870
1 13 Harvard Square, Mansion of Zachariah Boardman, 1875 (2 photographs)
1A.0059 CHS – “Mansion of Zachariah Bordman” [T. Lewis], 1875*
1A.0060 CHS – “Mansion of Zachariah Bordman” [T. Lewis], 1875* (copy photograph)
1 14 Harvard Square, views of, ca.1860-1890 (7 photographs)
1A.0061 CHS – Massachusetts Ave [Baltzly], 1883
1A.0062 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking east [Warren], ca.1866
1A.0063 CHS – “Old Milestone – Harvard Square” [T. Lewis], 1875*
1A.0064 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking east, ca.1890 (copy photograph from a stereoview)
1A.0065 CHS – Harvard Square, n.d.
1A.0066 CHS – Harvard Square [Bicknell Picture Co.], ca.1860
1A.0067 CHS – Harvard Square looking west from Dunster Street., ca.1890
1 15 Harvard Square, views of, 1887-1940 (5 photographs)
1A.0068 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking west, Harvard Class Day, 1905 (CHC copy photograph from original by Detroit Publishing)
1A.0069 CHS – Subway Digging, 1912
1A.0070 CHS – Massachusetts Ave, College House, 1887
1A.0071 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking north [Philip Nutting], 1922
1A.0170 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking north, ca.1940
1 16 Harvard Square, views of, 1831-1890 (12 photographs)
1A.0072 CHS – Brattle Street, David Brewer’s Provision Store, n.d. (damaged photo with 3 reprints)
1A.0073 CHS – JFK Street, University Books (formerly Boylston Street) [Warren], 1866
1A.0074 CHS – corner of Mt. Auburn Street & Dunster Street, William Wright Bakery, ca.1870
1A.0075 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking west, ca.1870
1A.0076 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking west, ca.1890
1A.0077 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking west from Holyoke Street, ca.1860
1A.0078 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking south, ca.1860
1A.0079 CHS – Massachusetts Ave from Harvard Yard [Balch], ca.1870
1A.0080 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking south, ca.1880
1A.0081 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking south, ca.1860
1A.0082 CHS – “View in Cambridge, 1831” (lithograph) [Bradford & Tappan]
1A.0083 CHS – “View in Cambridge, 1831” (lithograph) [Bradford & Tappan]
2 1 Harvard Square, views of, ca.1862-1990 (6 photographs)
1A.0084 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking south, ca.1880 (reproduction)
1A.0085 CHS – Harvard Square looking south, ca.1880 (reproduction)
1A.0086 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking west, ca.1862 (newspaper reproduction)
1A.0087 CHS – Harvard Square looking west down Massachusetts Ave, 1903 (reproduction from original in Harvard University Archives)
1A.0088 CHS – Cambridge Discovery information kiosk [Cheryl Miller], 1990 (reproduction of original from Dole Publishing)
1A.0089 CHS – Harvard Square looking south from MBTA station [Joan Albert], ca.1990
1ss Harvard Square, views of, 1907-1921 (2 photographs)
1A.0171 CHS – “View of Harvard Square” (photogravure), 1907 [Richard Rummell]
1A.0172 CHS – Harvard Square (panoramic), 1921
2 2 Mount Auburn Cemetery, 1866-1920, n.d. (9 photographs)
1A.0090 CHS – View of Mt Auburn, Bigelow Chapel [Warren], 1866
1A.0091 CHS – Bigelow Chapel, ca.1870
1A.0092 CHS – Fountain House [Warren], 1866
1A.0093 CHS – View of Tower [Warren], 1866
1A.0094 CHS – View of Mt Auburn from Tower [Warren], 1866
1A.0095 CHS – View of Tower [Warren], 1866
1A.0096 CHS – View of memorial, n.d. (photographic duplicate of a drawing)
1A.0176 CHS – “Auburn Lake, B” (stereoview), ca.1870
1A.0177 CHS – Wright Family plot, ca.1920
2 3 Washington Elm, ca.1860-1875 (5 photographs)
1A.0097 CHS – “Washington Elm and Arch” [T. Lewis], 1875*
1A.0098 CHS – “Washington Elm and Arch” [T. Lewis], 1875*
1A.0099 CHS – “Old Washington Elm” [Black], 1875
1A.0100 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1860
1A.0173 CHS – Washington Elm (stereoview), ca.1870
On display Washington Elm, 1839 (1 photograph)
1A.0175 CHS – “Washington Elm” (print from John Warner Barber’s Historical Collections), 1839
29os 1 Washington Elm, ca.1860-1912 (4 photographs)
1A.0101 CHS – Washington Elm (print), 1912 [Butterfield]
1A.0167 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1860
1A.0168 CHS – Washington Elm, Whitfield Elm, 1860
1A.0169 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1860
2 4 Washington Elm, ca.1860-1915 (16 photographs)
1A.0102 CHS – Washington Elm, 1903
1A.0103 CHS – Washington Elm with people, ca.1900
1A.0104 CHS – Washington Elm ca.1900
1A.0105 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1860 [McAllister & Brother]
1A.0106 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1860
1A.0107 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1910
1A.0108 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1915
1A.0109 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1915
1A.0110 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1910
1A.0111 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1915
1A.0112 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1900
1A.0113 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1900
1A.0114 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1905
1A.0115 CHS – Washington Elm [Halliday Historic Photograph], ca.1905
1A.0116 CHS – Washington Elm, ca.1880
1A.0117 CHS – Washington Elm, 1889 [Burton]
2 5 Winthrop Street, Sparks Street, ca.1920, n.d. (3 photographs)
1A.0118 CHS – Winthrop St showing old canal wall, ca.1920
1A.0119 CHS – Sparks Street in winter, n.d.
1A.0120 CHS – Sparks Street in winter, n.d.
2 6 Shady Hill, ca.1870-1901 (6 photographs)
1A.0121 CHS – Road to Norton House in winter, ca.1870
1A.0122 CHS – Shady Hill in winter with children [Charles Cogswell], 1883
1A.0123 CHS – Shady Hill winter scene, ca.1890
1A.0124 CHS – Shady Hill winter scene, ca.1890
1A.0125 CHS – Road to Norton house in winter, 1894
1A.0126 CHS – Shady Hill, Norton house in background, 1901
2 7 Harvard Square, views of, ca.1922, n.d. (2 photographs)
1A.0127 CHS – aerial view of Quincy Street, n.d.
1A.0128 CHS – Harvard Square from above, ca.1922
2 8 Brattle Street and surroundings, ca.1870-1880 (8 photographs)
1A.0129 CHS – “Washtub Square” intersection of Brattle, Sparks, and Craigie Street with horse-drawn trolley, ca.1880 [William Walter Dodge]
1A.0130 CHS – Brattle Street with Sleigh, ca.1880
1A.0131 CHS – 147 Brattle Street with horse-drawn trolley, ca.1880
1A.0132 CHS – Brattle Street looking east toward “Washtub Square,” ca.1880
1A.0133 CHS – Brattle Street looking east toward “Washtub Square,” ca.1880
1A.0134 CHS – “Washtub Square” intersection of Brattle, Sparks, and Craigie Street with children running, ca.1880
1A.0135 CHS – Brattle Street looking east toward “Washtub Square,” ca.1880 (reproduction)
1A.0136 CHS – Brattle Street looking down Craigie [Rand & Taylor], ca.1870
2 9 Linnean Street, Buckingham Street, Quincy Street, ca.1860-1990 (5 photographs)
1A.0137 CHS – Linnean Street looking east, ca.1860
1A.0138 CHS – Buckingham Street toward Craigie Street, ca. 1990
1A.0139 CHS – Buckingham Lower School, ca.1990
1A.0140 CHS – Quincy Street from Broadway, ca.1860
1A.0141 CHS – Quincy Street from Massachusetts Ave [Rick Stafford], 1985
2 10 Divinity Avenue, ca.1860 (3 photographs)
1A.0142 CHS – Divinity Ave looking north [Tappan], ca.1860
1A.0143 CHS – Divinity Ave looking south, ca.1860
1A.0144 CHS – Divinity Ave looking north [Tappan], ca.1860
2 11 Massachusetts Avenue, 1912 (1 photograph)
1A.0145 CHS – Massachusetts Ave between Langdon 7 & Shepard Street, 1912
29os 1 1A.0166 CHS – Harvard Square, Mass Ave looking west, ca.1880
2 12 Longfellow Park, Mount Auburn Street, etc., ca.1870-1930 (9 photographs)
1A.0146 CHS – Gate, Longfellow Park, ca.1930
1A.0147 CHS – Lowell Park Gateway, ca.1870
1A.0148 CHS – View of Mt. Auburn Street from Memorial Drive, ca.1870
1A.0149 CHS – Willows on Mt. Auburn near Longfellow Park, ca.1870
1A.0150 CHS – View of Mt. Auburn Street. toward Longfellow Park, ca.1870
1A.0151 CHS – Lowell’s Willows, Mt. Auburn Street from Hawthorne Street looking northwest, ca 1870
1A.0152 CHS – “Lowell Willows. Section G. Charles River Road,” 1901 (heliotype)
1A.0153 CHS – Massachusetts Ave looking west from foot of Quincy Street., ca.1870
1A.0154 CHS – Sparks Street? winter scene, ca.1880
2 13 C.H.C. Wright Photograph Album, 1896-1898 (11 photographs)
1A.0155 CHS – Mt. Auburn Street looking West, 1896
1A.0156 CHS – Casino, Charles River near Mt. Auburn Street, 1896
1A.0157 CHS – Casino, Charles River near Mt. Auburn Street, 1896
1A.0158 CHS – Casino, Charles River near Mt. Auburn Street, 1896
1A.0159 CHS – Washington Elm from Mason Street, 1896
1A.0160 CHS – Washington Elm from Mason Street, 1896
1A.0161 CHS – Elmwood grounds, 1898
1A.0162 CHS – Elmwood Street, 1898
1A.0163 CHS – Elmwood Street?, 1898
1A.0164 CHS – Charles River from Sir Richard’s Walk, 1898
1A.0165 CHS – Reservoir, corner of Fayerwether & Reservoir Streets, 1898
Subseries B, Cambridgeport, ca.1860-1945
3 1 Fort Washington, 1945 (7 photographs)
1B.0001 CHS – Embankment with Cannons, 1945
1B.0002 CHS – Entrance Gate, 1945
1B.0003 CHS – Embankment with Cain’s Mayonnaise sign, 1945
1B.0004 CHS – Rear Gate, 1945
1B.0005 CHS – Cannon on Embankment, 1945
1B.0006 CHS – View from Beyond Gate, 1945
1B.0007 CHS – Fort Washington, Entrance Gate, 1945
3 2 Prospect Street, Views of Boston, ca.1860-1866 (2 photographs)
1B.0008 CHS – Prospect Street opposite house at number 125, ca.1860
1B.0009 CHS – View of Boston from Cambridgeport [Warren], 1866
Subseries C, East Cambridge, ca.1940-1990
3 3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ca.1940-1990 (3 photographs)
1C.0001 CHS – Green Building with Big Sail by Alexander Calder, ca.1990
1C.0002 CHS – Main Building, ca.1940
1C.0003 CHS – Kendall Square from Charles River, 1989 (Dole Publishing)
3 4 Bulfinch Square, ca.1970 (2 photographs)
1C.0004 CHS – Bulfinch Courthouse [Graham Gund], ca.1970
1C.0005 CHS – Bulfinch Courthouse ceiling detail [Graham Gund], ca.1970
29os 1 Longfellow Bridge, n.d. (1 photograph)
1C.0006 CHS – Longfellow Bridge (painting), n.d. [Kingman]
Subseries D, Mid-Cambridge, ca.1860-1947
3 5 Massachusetts Avenue, ca.1870-1935 (4 photographs)
1D.0001 CHS – Cambridge City Hall, ca.1930
1D.0002 CHS – Cambridge City Hall, ca.1910
1D.0003 CHS – U.S. Post Office, 1935
29os 1 1D.0007 CHS – 571-577 Massachusetts Ave, ca.1870
3 6 Broadway Street, ca.1930-1935 (3 photographs)
1D.0004 CHS – Rindge Technical School, ca.1935
1D.0005 CHS – Rindge Technical School, ca.1935
1D.0006 CHS – Cambridge Public Library, ca.1930
26 Cambridge Street, ca.1947 (1 photograph)
1D.0009 CHS – From the window of Felton Hall, corner of Cambridge and Trowbridge Streets, ca.1947 [Woodbridge Marshall]
26 Cogswell Place, ca.1947 (1 photograph)
1D.0010 CHS – Cogswell Place (?) “proposed tot-lot in North Central Cambridge,” ca.1947 [Woodbridge Marshall]
26 Harvard Street, ca.1947 (1 photograph)
1D.0008 CHS – “From the Planning Dept. Office window on 3rd floor of City Hall Annex, Harvard and Inman Streets, looking east,” ca.1947 [Woodbridge Marshall]
Subseries E, North Cambridge
3 7 Porter Square, ca.1889-1900 (5 photographs)
1E.0001 CHS – Rand Estate, 1899 Massachusetts Ave, ca.1900
1E.0002 CHS – Rand Estate showing gardens, ca.1889
1E.0003 CHS – Rand Estate showing Dr. Stevens house, ca.1889
1E.0004 CHS – Rand Estate toward Mass Ave, ca.1889
1E.0005 CHS – 1899 Mass Ave from Davenport Street, ca.1889
27 1E.0021 CHS – View across Elm Street, Porter Square, ca.1903 (glass plate positive)
3 8 Fresh Pond, ca.1870-1890 (8 photographs)
1E.0006 CHS – Fresh Pond showing Wyeth Hotel, ca.1870
1E.0007 CHS – Glacialis, Fresh Pond, ca.1890
1E.0008 CHS – Glacialis, Fresh Pond, ca.1890
1E.0009 CHS – Glacialis, Fresh Pond, ca.1890
1E.0010 CHS – Glacialis, Fresh Pond, ca.1890
1E.0011 CHS – Glacialis, Fresh Pond, ca.1890
1E.0012 CHS – Glacialis showing reeds, ca.1890
1E.0013 CHS – Fresh Pond Marshes, ca.1870
3 9 “Little France,” ca.1900 (2 photographs)
1E.0014 CHS – Notre Dame de Pitie, ca.1900 (reproduction from Emily Broussard Collection, CHC)
1E.0015 CHS – House in “Little France,” ca.1900 (reproduction from Emily Broussard Collection, CHC)
3 10 Raymond Street, New England Brick Company Yards, etc., ca.1860-1940 (5 photographs)
1E.0016 CHS – Raymond Street in winter, ca.1870 (stereoview)
1E.0017 CHS – Railroad tracks near brickyards, ca.1890
1E.0018 CHS – Brickyards, ca.1890
1E.0019 CHS – Brick drying sheds near railroad tracks, ca.1890
1E.0020 CHS – Gerry’s Pit, New England Brick Company, ca.1940 (duplicate of original in CHC Collection)
Series II. Cambridge Churches, 1831-1970
Subseries A, Old Cambridge, 1831-1970
4 1 Christ Church (Garden Street), 1866-1880 (6 photographs)
2A.0001 CHS – Christ Church (reproduction from a print), n.d.
2A.0002 CHS – Christ Church, view from Old Burying Ground (cyanotype), ca.1880
2A.0003 CHS – Christ Church, view from Old Burying Ground (color), ca.1905 [Detroit Publishing]
2A.0004 CHS – Christ Church, view from Old Burying Ground, 1866 [Warren]
2A.0005 CHS – Christ Church, view from Old Burying Ground, ca.1870
2A.0006 CHS – Christ Church, view from Old Burying Ground, 1866 [Warren]
4 2 Christ Church (Garden Street), 1875-1970 (10 photographs)
2A.0007 CHS – “Christ Church Interior” [T. Lewis], 1875*
2A.0008 CHS – “Christ Church” [T. Lewis], 1875*
2A.0009 CHS – Christ Church, view from common, ca.1880
2A.0010 CHS – Christ Church, east view [Baltzly], 1884
2A.0011 CHS – “Christ Church” [T. Lewis], 1875*
2A.0012 CHS – Christ Church, view from common, ca.1890
2A.0013 CHS – Christ Church, front view from common, ca.1900
2A.0014 CHS – Christ Church, view from Old Burying Ground, ca.1880
2A.0015 CHS – Christ Church, west view, ca.1960
2A.0016 CHS – Christ Church, close-up from east, ca.1970
4 3 Christ Church, Old Burying Ground, 1875-1960 (14 photographs)
2A.0017 CHS – Old Mile Marker, ca.1890
2A.0018 CHS – Old Burying Ground, view toward common, ca.1930
2A.0019 CHS – Sewall Tomb, ca.1930
2A.0020 CHS – Back walkway, ca.1930
2A.0021 CHS – View of fenced in tomb, ca.1930
2A.0022 CHS – View of outer wall, ca.1930
2A.0023 CHS – “Patriot’s Grave, Old Burying Ground,” 1875 [T. Lewis]*
2A.0024 CHS – View of Old Burying Ground with ladies on back wall, ca.1890
2A.0025 CHS – Grave marker of Ann Erinton with Christ Church in background, ca.1900
2A.0026 CHS – Grave marker of Sarah Winshipp, ca.1900
2A.0027 CHS – View of Old Burying Ground with Christ Church in background and girls at grave site, ca.1900
2A.0028 CHS – Grave marker of Ann Erinton, ca.1900
2A.0029 CHS – View of raised tomb toward common, ca.1900
2A.0030 CHS – View of Old Burying Ground from common, ca. 1960
4 4 Church of the New Jerusalem, 1904 (1 photograph)
2A.0031 CHS – view from Cambridge Street, 1904
4 5 Congregational Church, 1831 (2 photographs)
2A.0032 CHS – “View in Cambridge, 1831” (lithograph) [Tappan & Bradford]
2A.0033 CHS – “View in Cambridge, 1831” (lithograph, reproduction) [Tappan & Bradford]
4 6 Shepard’s Church (Garden & Mason Streets), ca.1890-1960 (3 photographs)
2A.0034 CHS – View from Common, 1930
2A.0035 CHS – View from Garden Street showing Hotel Commander, ca.1960
29os 2 2A.0065 CHS – View across Garden Street showing Washington Elm, ca.1890
4 7 First Church Unitarian (1 Church Street), ca.1860-1960 (7 photographs)
2A.0036 CHS – Front view from Common [Warren], 1866
2A.0037 CHS – Front view from Common [Warren], 1866
2A.0038 CHS – Front view from Common [attrib. Warren], ca.1870
2A.0039 CHS – Front view from Common [Warren], 1866
2A.0040 CHS – Side view from Mass Ave, ca.1860
2A.0041 CHS – Front view from Common [Warren], 1866
2A.0042 CHS – View from Common, ca.1960
4 8 First Church of Christ Scientist (Waterhouse Street), 1904-1960 (2 photographs)
2A.0043 CHS – View from Common, ca.1900
2A.0044 CHS – Side view from Mass Ave, ca.1960
4 9 Harvard-Epworth Methodist Church (Massachusetts Ave), 1904-1960 (2 photographs)
2A.0045 CHS – View from Common, 1904
2A.0046 CHS – View from Common, ca.1960
4 10 Orthodox Church/St. Paul’s Catholic Church (formerly corner of Mt. Auburn and Holyoke Street), 1866 (1 photograph)
2A.0047 CHS – View from Mt Auburn [Warren], 1866
4 11 Baptist Church (formerly Holmes Place, Massachusetts Ave,
moved to Massachusetts Ave near Porter
Exchange), ca.1860-1866 (6 photographs)
2A.0048 CHS – View from Mass Ave [Warren], 1866
2A.0049 CHS – View from Mass Ave showing flagpole, ca.1860
2A.0050 CHS – View from Mass Ave, ca.1860
2A.0051 CHS – View from Mass Ave, 1866 [Warren]
2A.0052 CHS – View from Mass Ave, 1870 [attrib. Warren]
2A.0053 CHS – View from Mass Ave, ca 1860
4 12 Baptist Church (Harvard Street), 1880-1904 (2 photographs)
2A.0054 CHS – View from Mass Ave, 1904
2A.0055 CHS – Side view, ca.1880 [Balch]
4 13 St. John’s Episcopal Theological Seminary Chapel (Brattle Street), ca.1880-1904 (4 photographs)
2A.0056 CHS – View across Brattle Street, 1904
2A.0057 CHS – View from Ash Street, 1904
2A.0058 CHS – View from Ash Street, 1904
2A.0059 CHS – View from Ash Street, ca.1880 [Balch]
2 13 St. John’s Episcopal Theological Seminary Chapel (Brattle
Street) – in C.H.C. Wright Album, ca.1898 (3 photographs)
2A.0060 CHS – Chapel, ca.1898
2A.0061 CHS – Chapel, ca.1898
2A.0062 CHS – Chapel, ca.1898
4 1 Miscellaneous Churches, 1908, n.d. (2 photographs)
2A.0063 CHS – Rear View of Andover Theological Seminary, 1908
2A.0064 CHS – St. John the Evangelist (contact sheet, originals in collection of the Cambridge Historical Commission), n.d.
Subseries D. Mid-Cambridge, ca.1880
4 2 Jackson Family Church, ca.1880 (1 photograph)
2D.0001 CHS – View of Church showing family members, ca.1880
Subseries E. North Cambridge, 1871-1904
4 3 St. James Episcopal Church (1991 Massachusetts Ave), 1871-1904 (3 photographs)
2E.0001 CHS – Side View of Original Church on Beech Street., 1871 [Edward A. Abbott]
2E.0002 CHS – View across Mass Ave, 1904
2E.0003 CHS – View across Mass Ave, ca.1900
4 4 St. Paul’s Catholic Church (2254 Massachusetts Ave), ca.1900 (1 photograph)
2E.0004 CHS – View across Mass Ave, ca.1900
Series III. Cambridge Buildings, 1848-1990
Subseries A. Old Cambridge, 1848-1990
5 1 Appleton Street, 1950-1955 (12 photographs)
3A.0001 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Front Parlor (panoramic), [attr. Eliot Hubbard], ca.1950
3A.0002 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Interior, 1955
3A.0003 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Fireplace Front Parlor [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0004 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Interior [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0005 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Interior [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0006 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Interior [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0007 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Interior [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0008 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Interior window [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0009 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Dining Room [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0010 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Fireplace Front Parlor [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0011 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Dining Room [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
3A.0012 CHS – 88 Appleton Street, Entry Hall [Professor Melville S. Munro], 1950
5 2 Appian Way, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3A.0013 CHS – Appian Way corner of Garden Street, ca.1960
26 7 Avon Hill Street, 1902-1911 (8 photographs)
3A.0305 CHS – “Steven’s house and barn from Parker’s back yard” (77 Avon Hill Street), 1911
3A.0306 CHS – “Steven’s house and barn from Parker’s back yard” (77 Avon Hill Street), 1911
3A.0307 CHS – “Parker’s House, 52 years” (77 Avon Hill Street), ca.1910
3A.0308 CHS – 77 Avon Hill Street with Emmeline and B. Parker, 1902
3A.0309 CHS – “Parker’s House, 77 Avon Hill Street,” ca.1905
3A.0310 CHS – “Parker’s Back Yard, 77 Avon Hill Street,”1902
3A.0311 CHS – 77 Avon Hill Street, ca.1910
3A.0312 CHS – “Parker’s Home, 1902-1953,” ca.1910
5 3 Bowdoin Street, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3A.0014 CHS – 35 Bowdoin Street, ca.1960
5 4 Bradbury Street, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3A.0015 CHS – 38 Bradbury Street (formerly 73 Brattle Street), ca.1960
5 5 42 Brattle Street, ca.1930-1960, n.d. (5 photographs)
3A.0016 CHS – Front of 42 Brattle Street, ca.1938 (reproduction from Library of Congress collection)
3A.0017 CHS – Front of building, ca.1930
3A.0018 CHS – Entrance hall stairway, n.d.
3A.0019 CHS – Entrance hall stairway, n.d.
3A.0020 CHS – 42 Brattle St, Cambridge Center for Adult Education, ca.1960
29os 3 52 Brattle Streetreet (no longer standing), ca.1880 (1 photograph)
3A.301 CHS – Withey house, ca.1880
5 6 55 Brattle Street (moved behind Gutman Library ca.1965-1969), ca.1900-1960 (4 photographs)
3A.0021 CHS – Exterior in summer, ca.1900
3A.0022 CHS – Exterior in summer, Driver residence, 1906
3A.0023 CHS – Reed House, 1906
3A.0024 CHS – Exterior in summer, ca.1960
5 7 56 Brattle Street, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
3A.0025 CHS – Home of Village Smithy, ca.1900
5 8 60 Brattle Street (no longer standing), 1945 (1 photograph)
3A.0026 CHS – House corner of Brattle and Hilliard Street, 1945 [Chronicle Sun]
5 9 83-85 Brattle Street, ca.1860-1890 (2 photograph)
3A.0027 CHS – View from 85 Brattle Street, ca.1960
3A.0313 CHS – 83 Brattle Street (moved to 8 Willard Street, 1909), ca.1890
5 10 90 Brattle Street, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3A.0028 CHS – View from corner of Brattle and Mason
Street, ca.1960
5 11 94 Brattle Street, 1881-1980 (9 photographs)
3A.0029 CHS – View from Mason Street, 1881 [Rand & Taylor]
3A.0030 CHS – Vassall House – Headquarters Medical Department, 1906
3A.0031 CHS – View of porch, ca.1900
3A.0032 CHS – View across Brattle Street looking southeast, ca.1960
3A.0033 CHS – East Entry – Remington-Belcher-Vassall House, Medical Headquarters, 1882
3A.0034 CHS – Pewter in Vassall House, ca.1980
3A.0035 CHS – Pewter in Vassall House, ca.1980
3A.0036 CHS – View from east, 1906
3A.0037 CHS – East View – Remington-Belcher-Vassall House, Medical Headquarters, 1882
5 12 101 Brattle Street, 1881-1970 (6 photographs)
3A.0038 CHS – Home of Ellen Sophia Hastings, 1881 [Rand & Taylor]
3A.0039 CHS – Oliver Hastings House (negative), ca.1970
3A.0040 CHS – View across Brattle Street, ca.1970
3A.0041 CHS – View across Brattle Street, ca.1970
3A.0042 CHS – View from southeast, ca.1950
3A.0043 CHS – View from southeast, ca.1950
2 13 101 Brattle Street, ca.1897 (1 photograph)
3A.0317 CHS – view across Brattle Street, ca.1897
5 13 112 Brattle Street, ca.1950 (1 photograph)
3A.0044 CHS – View from northeast, ca.1950
5 14 105 Brattle Street, ca.1860-1950 (17 photographs)
3A.0045 CHS – Side view of Longfellow house, ca.1950
3A.0046 CHS – Side view from west, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
3A.0047 CHS – View from Longfellow Park, ca.1870
3A.0048 CHS – Side view from west, 1866 [Warren]
3A.0049 CHS – Side view from southeast, ca.1900
3A.0050 CHS – View in winter from Longfellow Park, ca.1900
3A.0051 CHS – View in summer from Longfellow Park, ca.1900
3A.0052 CHS – Front view of John Vassall, Jr., 1907 (used in D.A.R. Guide)
3A.0053 CHS – Longfellow’s House, Head-qrs. of Washington, 1875 [T. Lewis]*
3A.0054 CHS – Front of Longfellow House from grounds, ca.1960
3A.0055 CHS – Longfellow House, ca.1860 [Warren]
3A.0056 CHS – Longfellow’s Parlor, ca.1870 [Balch]
3A.0057 CHS – Side view from west, 1866 [Warren]
3A.0058 CHS – “The Craigie House” (print from A Primer of American Literature, C. F. Richardson, 1896)
3A.0059 CHS – “Washington’s Headquarters – John Vassall-Craigie-Longfellow House,” ca.1906
3A.0060 CHS – View from Longfellow Park, ca.1870
3A.0299 CHS – Longfellow Gardens, 1916 (print from series Historic Gardens of New England)
29os 3 105 Brattle Street, 1978 (1 photograph)
3A.0301 CHS – Longfellow House (print), 1978 [Morgan]
5 15 145 Brattle Street, ca.1880 (2 photographs)
3A.0061 CHS – View from Brattle Street. with horse-drawn trolley, ca.1880
3A.0062 CHS – Southeast view from Brattle Street with man riding horse, ca.1880
5 16 147 Brattle Street, ca.1880 (1 photographs)
3A.0063 CHS – Southeast view from Brattle Street with man riding horse, ca.1880
5 17 149 Brattle Street, 1848-1960 (4 photographs)
3A.0064 CHS – “The Riedesel – house, Cambridge” (photographic reproduction of a sketch by H. W. Longfellow), 1848
3A.0065 CHS – “Tory Row – Lechmere-Sewall-Riedesel House,” ca.1906
3A.0066 CHS – “Window of Lechmere House, Cambridge,” 1945
3A.0067 CHS – Lechmere-Sewall-Riedesel House, ca.1960
6 1 153 Brattle Street, ca.1906-1960 (2 photographs)
3A.0068 CHS – “Thomas Lee House” (print), ca.1906
3A.0069 CHS – Thomas Lee House, ca.1960
6 2 159 Brattle Street, 1906-1960 (2 photographs)
3A.0070 CHS – “House of Judge Joseph Lee” (print), ca.1906
3A.0071 CHS – Hooper-Lee-Nichols House, ca.1960
On display 159 Brattle Street, ca.1990 (1 photograph)
3A.0304 CHS – Hooper-Lee-Nichols House (watercolor), ca.1990 [Margaret Fitzwilliam]
6 3 165 Brattle Street, ca.1880 (2 photographs)
3A.0072 CHS – Bartlett House Parlor, ca.1880 [Pach Bros.]
3A.0073 CHS – Bartlett House Parlor, ca.1880 [Pach Bros.]
6 4 175 Brattle Street, ca.1900-1970 (6 photographs)
3A.0074 CHS – Fayerweather House, ca.1900
3A.0075 CHS – Ruggles-Fayerweather House, ca.1960
3A.0076 CHS – Fayerweather House, ca.1970
3A.0077 CHS – Front gate and walk, ca.1970
3A.0078 CHS – “Fayerweather House” (print), ca.1906
3A.0079 CHS – “The Ruggles Mansion, Cambridge, Massachusetts” (print, with Ruggles and Vassall Coats of Arms), ca.1900
6 5 17 Brown Street, ca.1960 (1 photographs)
3A.0080 CHS – Aaron Hill House (formerly corner of Brattle and Mason Streets), ca.1960
6 6 86 Buckingham Street, 1899 (1 photographs)
3A.0081 CHS – “Henry Parker’s House,” [Henry Parker], 1899
6 7 27 Concord Street, ca.1960 (1 photographs)
3A.0082 CHS – 27 Concord Street, ca.1960
6 8 Coolidge Hill Road, ca.1960 (2 photographs)
3A.0083 CHS – John & Sarah Orne House (10 Coolidge Hill Rd), ca.1960
3A.0084 CHS – 144 Coolidge Hill Rd (moved from Appian Way), ca.1960
6 9 Craigie Street, ca.1880-1998 (3 photographs)
3A.0085 CHS – Horsford House (corner of Craigie and Sparks Street), ca.1880
3A.0086 CHS – Horsford House (corner of Craigie and Sparks Streets) in winter with horse-drawn cart, ca.1880
3A.0087 CHS – 23 Craigie Street from corner of Buckingham, ca.1998
7 1 38 Elmwood Avenue, 1900-1980 (7 photographs)
3A.0088 CHS – Lowell House in summer, ca.1900
3A.0089 CHS – “Elmwood” (print), ca.1906
3A.0090 CHS – Elmwood, south view, ca.1980
3A.0091 CHS – Elmwood, ca.1980 [Harvard News Office]
3A.0092 CHS – James Russell Lowell House, ca.1950
3A.0093 CHS – “The Lowell House, Cambridge” (color), 1900 [Detroit Publishing]
3A.0094 CHS – “The Lowell House, Cambridge” (color), 1900 [Detroit Publishing]
7 2 38 Elmwood Avenue, ca.1860-1970 (5 photographs)
3A.0095 CHS – “Lowell’s Home at Elmwood, Cambridge (print from A Primer of American Literature by C.F. Richardson), 1896
3A.0096 CHS – Elmwood before music room was added, ca.1860 [Warren]
3A.0097 CHS – Elmwood (color), ca.1970
3A.0098 CHS – Elmwood (prior of development of neighborhood), ca, 1860
3A.0099 CHS – Elmwood, ca.1960
7 3 46 Fayerweather Avenue, 1954 (1 photograph)
3A.0100 CHS – 46 Fayerweather Ave (corner of Reservoir Street) following hurricane, 1954 (taken down 1968)
7 4 55 Fayerweather Avenue, ca.1916 (8 photographs)
3A.0101 CHS – Study (with negative), ca.1916
3A.0102 CHS – Entrance hall and staircase (with negative), ca.1916
3A.0103 CHS – Exterior, view from southeast (with negative), ca.1916
3A.0104 CHS – Exterior, view from northeast (with negative), ca.1916
3A.0105 CHS – Exterior, entrance close-up (with negative), ca.1916
3A.0106 CHS – Exterior, entrance close-up (with negative), ca.1916
3A.0107 CHS – Dining room (with negative), ca.1916
3A.0108 CHS – Dining room (with negative), ca.1916
7 5 Follen Street, ca.1880-1900 (6 photographs)
3A.0109 CHS – Bowen House, ca.1880 [Rand & Taylor]
3A.0110 CHS – Ropes House, 12 Follen Street, ca.1900
3A.0111 CHS – Ropes House, 12 Follen Street, ca.1900
3A.0112 CHS – Richards House, 15 Follen Street, ca.1900
3A.0314 CHS – Tower House, 36 Follen Street, ca.1900
3A.0315 CHS – Whittemore-Hall-Page-Holcombe-Black House, 21 Follen Street, ca.1900
7 6 Foster Street, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3A.0113 CHS – 114 Foster Street, ca.1960
7 7 Fresh Pond Parkway, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
3A.0114 CHS – 17 Fresh Pond Pkwy (Wyeth-Eliot-More-McFarlane House), ca.1900
7 8 Garden and Mason Streets, 1866-1906 (5 photographs)
3A.0115 CHS – Moore-Jennison House (now at 17 Brown Street?) with Washington Elm [Warren], 1866
3A.0116 CHS – Moore-Jennison House (now at 17 Brown Street?) with Washington Elm [Warren], 1866
3A.0117 CHS – Moore-Jennison House (now at 17 Brown Street?) with Washington Elm [Warren], 1866
3A.0118 CHS – Moore-Jennison House (now at 17 Brown Street?) with Washington Elm [attr. Warren], 1870
3A.0119 CHS – “Washington Elm and House of Deacon Josiah Moore” (print), ca 1906
29os 3 Garden and Mason Streets, ca.1870 (1 photograph)
3A.0184 CHS – Moore-Jennison House with children on fence, ca.1870
7 9 Garden Street, 1880-1960 (5 photographs)
3A.0120 CHS – House of W.N. Flowers, Superintendent of State Arsenal (corner of Garden and Chauncy Streets), 1880
3A.0121 CHS – Parker House, corner of Garden and Concord Street (print), ca.1890
3A.0122 CHS – Parker House boarding house, corner of Garden and Concord Street., (demolished ca.1920) ca.1880
3A.0123 CHS – Parker House parlor, ca.1880
3A.0124 CHS – 1 Garden Street, William Saunders House, ca.1960
7 10 Garden Street, 1888-1907 (6 photographs)
3A.0125 CHS – 54 Garden Street, Theophilus Parsons House, side view, 1907
3A.0126 CHS – 54 Garden Street, Theophilus Parsons House, front view, 1907
3A.0127 CHS – 54 Garden Street, Theophilus Parsons House, side view, 1907
3A.0128 CHS – 54 Garden Street, Theophilus Parsons House, view of yard, 1907
3A.0129 CHS – 54 Garden Street, Theophilus Parsons House, side view, 1907
3A.0210 CHS – Parlor of Asa Grey House, 1888
7 11 Hawthorn Street, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3A.0130 CHS – 11 Hawthorn Street, ca.1960
7 12 Highland Street, 1900 (2 photographs)
3A.0131 CHS – 1 Highland Street, parlor at Christmas, 1900 [Edward J. Barker]
3A.0132 CHS – 1 Highland Street, dining room, 1900 [Edward J. Barker]
7 13 136 Irving Street / Shady Hill, 1857-1901 (17 photographs)
3A.0133 CHS – Study of Charles Eliot Norton, 1884[Rupert Norton]
3A.0134 CHS – Study of Charles Eliot Norton, ca.1884
3A.0135 CHS – Shady Hill with house and Charles Eliot Norton on grounds, ca.1880
3A.0136 CHS – Shady Hill in winter, ca.1880
3A.0137 CHS – Study of Charles Eliot Norton, 1884 [Rupert Norton]
3A.0138 CHS – “Shady Hill, Christmas 1901” (print, winter scene)
3A.0139 CHS – “Shady Hill, Christmas 1899” (print, summer scene)
3A.0140 CHS – “Shady Hill, Christmas 1900” (print, summer scene)
3A.0141 CHS – “Shady Hill, Christmas 1999 [sic]” (print, summer scene)
3A.0142 CHS – “Shady Hill, Christmas 1900” (print, summer scene with dog)
3A.0143 CHS – “Shady Hill, Christmas 1900” (summer scene)
3A.0144 CHS – Shady Hill, field on left hand of house looking down toward Avenue, 1857 [Sara Norton]
3A.0145 CHS – Norton’s Woods, 1895
3A.0146 CHS – Shady Hill after the storm, 1898 [Thorpe]
3A.0147 CHS – Shady Hill, home of Charles Eliot Norton, 1901 [Monroe Buckley]
3A.0148 CHS – Shady Hill after the storm, 1898 [Thorpe]
3A.0149 CHS – Professor Norton’s house in Cambridge, ca.1898
3A.0150 CHS – Professor Norton’s house in Cambridge, ca.1898
3A.0151 CHS – Professor Norton’s house in Cambridge, ca.1898
3A.0152 CHS – Shady Hill from the old Avenue, ca.1898
3A.0153 CHS – Shady Hill, 1863 [Warren]
3A.0154 CHS – Shady Hill, 1863 [Warren]
3A.0155 CHS – Shady Hill, 1863 [Warren]
3A.0156 CHS – Shady Hill, 1863 [Warren]
3A.0157 CHS – Shady Hill, big willow in field on right hand side of house looking down the Avenue, 1857
7 14 John Fitzgerald Kennedy Street, ca.1890-1930 (25 photographs)
3A.0158 CHS – John Hicks house (on Winthrop Street?), ca.1890
3A.0159 CHS – John Hicks house (on Winthrop Street?), ca.1890
3A.0160 CHS – John Hicks house (on Winthrop Street?), ca.1890 [Halliday Historic Photograph]
3A.0161 CHS – Hicks house, south bedroom, southwest corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0162 CHS – Hicks house, south parlor, 1st floor, southwest corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0163 CHS – Hicks house, south parlor, 1st floor, north wall, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0164 CHS – Hicks house, kitchen, 1st floor, ell, northeast corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0165 CHS – Hicks house, north bedroom, 2nd floor, northeast corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0166 CHS – Hicks house, kitchen chamber, southeast corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0167 CHS – Hicks house, south bedroom, 2nd floor, northeast corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0168 CHS – Hicks house, north bedroom, 2nd floor, south wall, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0169 CHS – Hicks house, north bedroom, 2nd floor, northeast corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0170 CHS – Hicks house, south parlor, 1st floor, southeast corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0171 CHS – Hicks house, south parlor, 1st floor, east wall, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0172 CHS – Hicks house, staircase, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0173 CHS – Hicks house, dining room, 1st floor, southwest corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0174 CHS – Hicks house, south bedroom, 2nd floor, southeast corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0175 CHS – Hicks house, dining room, 1st floor, southeast corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0176 CHS – Hicks house, dining room, 1st floor, northwest corner, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0177 CHS – Hicks house, south bedroom, 2nd floor, north wall, 1931 [SPNEA]
3A.0178 CHS – Hicks house, ca.1980
3A.0179 CHS – Hicks house, ca.1980
3A.0180 CHS – Hicks house (at 67 Dunster Street, Longfellow Centennial Poster on reverse), 1907
3A.0181 CHS – Hicks house (64 JFK Ave), ca.1960
3A.0182 CHS – “House of the Minute Man, John Hicks,” (print), 1906
7 15 Kirkland Street, ca.1880 (1 photograph)
3A.0183 CHS – 67 Kirkland Street, Study of Francis James Child, ca.1880
8 1 Larch Street / Fresh Pond Lane, ca.1880-1960 (24 photographs)
3A.0185 CHS – 22 Larch Street, 1920 [Thomas Ellison]
3A.0186 CHS – Fresh Pond Lane, ca.1903
3A.0187 CHS – Fresh Pond Lane, ca.1903 (reproduction with negative)
3A.0188 CHS – Gray-Tudor House facing Brattle Street, (with John Chapman Gray and Eleanor Gray), 1904
3A.0189 CHS – Gray-Tudor House facing Brattle Street, (with John Chapman Gray and Eleanor Gray), 1904
3A.0190 CHS – Rose arbor at the Larches, 1920 [Thomas Ellison]
3A.0191 CHS – Larches facing Brattle Street, ca.1913
3A.0192 CHS – The Larches, ca.1913
3A.0193 CHS – Gardens of the Larches, ca.1920
3A.0194 CHS – Fresh Pond Lane (with Eleanor GrayTudor, with negative) looking toward Brattle Street, ca.1903
3A.0195 CHS – Benefit for Women’s Municipal League at the Larches, ca.1910
3A.0196 CHS – Entry hall, 22 Larch Street, ca.1920 [Thomas Ellison]
3A.0197 CHS – Interior of front door, 22 Larch Street, ca.1920 [Thomas Ellison]
3A.0198 CHS – Parlor, 22 Larch Street, ca.1920 [Thomas Ellison]
3A.0199 CHS – Library, 22 Larch Street, ca.1920 [Thomas Ellison]
3A.0200 CHS – Window of 22 Larch Street, ca.1900
3A.0201 CHS – Window of 22 Larch Street, ca.1900
3A.0202 CHS – Grounds of the Larches, ca.1890
3A.0203 CHS – Grounds of the Larches, ca.1890
3A.0204 CHS – Grounds of the Larches, ca.1890
3A.0205 CHS – Grounds of the Larches, ca.1890
3A.0206 CHS – Grounds of the Larches, ca.1890
3A.0207 CHS – 22 Larch Street, ca.1960
3A.0208 CHS – Grounds of the Larches (Chestnut trees), 1896
29os 3 Larch Street / Fresh Pond Lane, ca.1890 (1 photograph)
3A.0209 CHS – 22 Larch Street, ca.1890
1ss Larch Street / Fresh Pond Lane, 1920 (1 photograph)
3A.0302 CHS – The Larches (grounds arranged for a luncheon), 1920 [S. Arakeylan]
8 2 Linnaean Street, ca.1880-1960
3A.0211 CHS – Cooper-Frost-Austin house, 1880 [J.W. Black]
3A.0212 CHS – Cooper-Frost-Austin house, ca.1900
3A.0213 CHS – Cooper-Frost-Austin house, ca.1900
3A.0214 CHS – “Cooper-Hill-Austin House,” (print), 1906
3A.0215 CHS – Cooper-Frost-Austin house, ca.1960
3A.0216 CHS – Cooper-Frost-Austin house, ca.1880
29os 3 Linnaean Street, ca.1860 (1 photograph)
3A.0217 CHS – Cooper-Frost-Austin house, ca.1860
2 13 Lowell Street, ca.1897 (1 photograph)
3A.0316 CHS – 16 Lowell Street, “Farley House,” ca.1897
8 3 Massachusetts Avenue (Harvard Law School Grounds), ca.1862-1905 (2 photographs)
3A.0218 CHS – “The Old Royal Morse House,” (print), 1906
3A.0218 CHS – Moses Richardson House, ca.1862
8 4 Massachusetts Avenue (Holmes Place), ca.1862-1883 (18 photographs)
3A.0219 CHS –
3A.0220 CHS – “Head-quarters of General Ward, birth-place of Oliver Wendell Holmes,” 1875 [T. Lewis]*
3A.0221 CHS – “Birthplace of O.W. Holmes,” 1875 [G.J. Raymond] #
3A.0222 CHS – Holmes house (engraving), n.d.
3A.0223 CHS – O.W. Holmes house with Austin Hall on north side, ca.1880
3A.0224 CHS – Holmes house with John Holmes, ca.1862
3A.0225 CHS – Holmes shed with John Holmes, ca.1862
3A.0226 CHS – Holmes house with Mary Tolman (servant), ca.1862
3A.0227 CHS – Holmes orchard, ca.1862
3A.0228 CHS – Holmes yard and corner of shed, ca.1862
3A.0229 CHS – Holmes yard with Stoughton Hall, Holworthy Hall, and Appleton Chapel in background, ca.1862
3A.0230 CHS – “Birthplace of Oliver Wendell Holmes,” ca.1880 [Halliday Historic Photograph]
3A.0231 CHS – O.W. Holmes house, ca.1880
3A.0232 CHS – “Old Holmes House,” 1883 [Caroline Parsons]
3A.0233 CHS – O. W. Holmes house, ca.1860
3A.0234 CHS – “Old Holmes House,” 1883 [Caroline Parsons]
3A.0235 CHS – O.W. Holmes house, ca.1870
3A.0236 CHS – “Old Holmes House,” 1883 [Caroline Parsons]
29os 3 Massachusetts Avenue (Holmes Place), ca.1866-1883 (5 photographs)
3A.0237 CHS – O.W. Holmes house, ca.1866
3A.0238 CHS – “Old Holmes House,” 1883 [Caroline Parsons]
3A.0239 CHS – “Old Holmes House,” 1883 [Caroline Parsons]
3A.0240 CHS – O.W. Holmes house doorway, ca.1883
3A.0241 CHS – “Old Holmes House,” 1883 [Caroline Parsons]
3A.0303 CHS – “The Holmes House” (watercolor), n.d. [Lizzie M. Fairchild]
8 5 Massachusetts Ave, Wadsworth House, ca.1866-1960 (14 photographs)
3A.0242 CHS – Wadsworth House, 1875 [G.J. Raymond & Co.]#
3A.0243 CHS – Wadsworth House, First Head-qrs. Of Washington, 1875 [T. Lewis] *
3A.0244 CHS – “Wadsworth House Built in 1726” (print), 1906
3A.0245 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1866
3A.0246 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1870
3A.0247 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1877
3A.0248 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1860 [Warren]
3A.0249 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1877
3A.0250 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1877
3A.0251 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1870
3A.0252 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1860
3A.0253 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1880
3A.0254 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1880
3A.0255 CHS – Wadsworth House, ca.1960
9 1 Massachusetts Ave and Church Street, ca.1870 (1 photograph)
3A.0256 CHS – 1 Church Street, ca.1870 [Balch]
9 2 Massachusetts Ave, Harvard Yard, ca.1900-1906 (4 photographs)
3A.0257 CHS – Wigglesworth House, (photographic reproduction of print), ca.1900
3A.0258 CHS – Wigglesworth House, (print), 1906
3A.0259 CHS – Old Parsonage, (photographic reproduction of print), ca.1900
3A.0260 CHS – “Old Parsonage, 1670-1843” (print), 1906
9 3 Mount Auburn Hospital, ca.1880-1910 (4 photographs)
3A.0261 CHS – “Cambridge Hospital,” ca.1880
3A.0262 CHS – “Old Nurses Building, Cambridge Hospital,” ca.1880
3A.0263 CHS – “The Cambridge Hospital in 1906” (print)
3A.0300 CHS – “Old People’s Home,” ca.1910
9 4 Mount Auburn Street, ca.1875-1950 (5 photographs)
3A.0264 CHS – Cambridge City Building, Harvard Square, ca.1875
3A.0265 CHS – 129? Mt Auburn Street, ca.1930
3A.0266 CHS – 695 Mt. Auburn Street, Big Bear Supermarket, ca.1950 [Signal Photo]
3A.0267 CHS – 695 Mt. Auburn Street, Big Bear Supermarket, ca.1950 [Signal Photo]
2 13 Mount Auburn Street, ca.1897 (1 photograph)
3A.0318 CHS – Union Monumental Works (John McNamee), corner of Lowell Street, ca.1897
9 5 Nutting Street, ca.1960 (1 photographs)
3A.0268 CHS – 10 Nutting Street, ca.1960
9 6 Plympton Street, 1860-1990 (9 photographs)
3A.0269 CHS – 15 Plympton Street, Apthorp House, 1934
3A.0270 CHS – “Bishop’s Palace,” 1875 [G.J. Raymond] *
3A.0271 CHS – “Apthorp House,” (print), 1906
3A.0272 CHS – 15 Plympton Street, interior stairs, ca.1990
3A.0273 CHS – “Bishop’s Palace,” 15 Plympton Street, ca.1860
3A.0274 CHS – 15 Plympton Street, ca.1990
3A.0275 CHS – 15 Plympton Street, interior, ca.1990
3A.0276 CHS – “Bishop’s Palace,” 15 Plympton Street, ca.1870
3A.0277 CHS – 15 Plympton Street, ca.1960
9 7 Quincy Street, ca.1866-1930 (3 photographs)
3A.0278 CHS – Dana-Palmer-Peabody House, ca.1930
3A.0279 CHS – “Dana-Peabody House,” ca.1880
3A.0280 CHS – “Dana-Palmer-Peabody House,” ca.1866 [Warren]
9 8 Quincy and Broadway Streets, ca.1880 (2 photographs)
3A.0281 CHS – Agassiz House, ca.1880
3A.0282 CHS – Agassiz House, ca.1880
9 9 Riedesel Avenue, ca.1900 (2 photographs)
3A.0283 CHS – Riedesel Ave looking toward Brewster Street, ca.1900
3A.0284 CHS – 5 Riedesel Ave, ca.1900
9 10 Sparks Street, ca.1890 (1 photograph)
3A.0285 CHS – 80 Sparks Street, ca.1890
9 11 St. John’s Road, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3A.0286 CHS – 13 St. John’s Road (formerly 14 Appian Way), ca.1960
9 12 Willard Street, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3A.0287 CHS – 8 Willard Street, ca.1960
9 13 Winthrop Street, ca.1930-1960 (2 photographs)
3A.0288 CHS – 98 Winthrop Street, ca.1930
3A.0289 CHS – 98 Winthrop Street, ca.1960
9 14 7 Waterhouse Street, ca.1900-1960 (5 photographs)
3A.0290 CHS – 7 Waterhouse Street, 1906
3A.0291 CHS – 7 Waterhouse Street, ca.1900
3A.0292 CHS – “House of Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse,” (print), 1906
3A.0293 CHS – 7 Waterhouse Street, ca.1900
3A.0294 CHS – 7 Waterhouse Street, ca.1960
9 15 Waterhouse Street, ca.1960 (3 photographs)
3A.0295 CHS – View from Cambridge Common toward Waterhouse Street, ca.1960
3A.0296 CHS – View from Cambridge Common toward 1 Waterhouse Street, ca.1960
3A.0297 CHS – View from Cambridge Common of 5? Waterhouse Street, ca.1960
29os 3 Massachusetts Ave and Shepard Street, ca.1869 (1 photograph)
3A.0298 CHS – 1640 Mass Ave and 3-11 Shepard Street, ca.1869
Subseries B: Cambridgeport, ca.1880-1900
10 1 Cherry Street, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
3B.0001 CHS – Margaret Fuller house (print), ca.1900
10 2 Cottage Street, ca.1880 (1 photograph)
3B.0002 CHS – 45 Cottage Street, ca.1880 [Whitney & Son]
29os 3 Massachusetts Avenue, n.d. (1 photograph)
3B.0003 CHS – “Hovey Tavern” (lithograph), n.d. [J. H. Bufford]
On display Massachusetts Avenue, n.d. (1 photograph)
3B.0004 CHS – “Hovey Tavern” (lithograph), n.d. [J. H. Bufford]
Subseries C. East Cambridge, 1851-1990
10 3 Cambridgeside Place, 1851-1990 (2 image)
3C.0001 CHS – Cambridgeside Galleria, ca.1990
29os 3 North Point, 1851 (1 image)
3C.0002 CHS – New England Glass Works (print), 1851
Subseries D. Mid-Cambridge, ca.1850-1960
26 6 Broadway and Fayette Streets, ca.1864 (1 photograph)
3D.0032 CHS – Cambridge High School, ca.1864 (print)
10 4 Massachusetts Avenue, ca.1850-1890 (2 photograph)
3D.0001 CHS – Marshall Gould house, ca.1890 [Rand & Taylor]
3D.0028 CHS – “New Athenaem, situated at the corner of Main and Pleasant Streets, Cambridge, Mass,” ca.1850
10 5 Dana Street, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3D.0002 CHS – 7 Dana Street, ca.1960
10 6 125 Prospect Street (Robert O. Fuller House, demolished), ca.1860-1880 (5 photographs)
3D.0003 CHS – 125 Prospect Street, ca.1860 [Warren]
3D.0004 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (near Harvard Street), ca. 1880
3D.0005 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (side view), ca.1880
3D.0006 CHS – 125 Prospect Street, ca.1880
3D.0007 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (from Harvard Street), ca.1880
29os 3 125 Prospect Street (Robert O. Fuller House, demolished), ca.1900 (8 photograph)
3D.0008 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (house and grounds), ca.1900
3D.0009 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (front gate), ca.1900
3D.0010 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (bedroom), ca.1900
3D.0011 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (dining room), ca.1900
3D.0012 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (parlor), ca.1900
3D.0013 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (parlor, alternate view), ca.1900
3D.0014 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (entry hall and stairs), ca.1900
3D.0015 CHS – 125 Prospect Street (office), ca.1900
10 7 Prospect Street, ca.1880 (1 photograph)
3D.0016 CHS – Radcliffe Tilton house, ca.1880
3D.0024 CHS – Moses Grant Woodward house (“formerly Magazine Street”), ca.1880
3D.0025 CHS – Moses Grant Woodward house (color), “approximately 140 Prospect Street,” 1972
10 8 Frost Street, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
3D.0017 CHS – 10 Frost Street, ca.1960
10 9 Massachusetts Avenue, Inman House, ca.1860-1906 (5 photographs)
3D.0018 CHS – “Residence of Ralph Inman” (print), ca.1900
3D.0019 CHS – “The Inman House” (print), 1906
3D.0020 CHS – Inman house, ca.1880
3D.0021 CHS – Inman house, ca.1860
3D.0022 CHS – “The Inman House” (print), 1906
10 10 Dana Hill, n.d. (1 photograph)
3D.0023 CHS – Dana-Palmer-Peabody House (destroyed by fire 1839) (print), n.d.
26 Magazine Street, 1865 (2 photographs)
3D.0026 CHS – First Baptist Church, “5 Magazine Street., Washington Allston’s studio at left,” 1865 (copy photograph of original in collection of Cambridgeport Savings Bank)
3D.0027 CHS – “Washington Allston’s studio, corner of Auburn and Magazine Street,” 1865 (detail of 3D.0026 CHS)
Howe box 4 Broadway Street, ca.1900 (2 photographs)
3D.0030 CHS – Broadway looking west at Columbia Street, 272 Broadway (turreted building), ca.1910
3D.0031 CHS – Broadway looking east at Columbia, 227 Broadway in right foreground, 267 Broadway (still standing) in middle distance, ca.1900
Howe box 4 Windsor Street, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
3D.0029 CHS – 252-254 Windsor Street (residence of James Jackson), ca.1900
Subseries E. North Cambridge, ca.1875-1960
10 11 1899 Massachusetts Avenue, ca.1889-1900 (8 photographs)
3E.0001 CHS – Henry Clay Rand house, 1889
3E.0002 CHS – Henry Clay Rand house (cyanotype), 1900
3E.0003 CHS – “158 North Avenue” (interior with Rebecca Caldwell and Jean Tewksbury Rand), 1892
3E.0004 CHS – Henry Clay Rand house from Elm Street, Somerville, ca.1889 [Rand & Taylor]
3E.0005 CHS – Grounds of Rand house looking toward Elm Street, Somerville, ca.1889
3E.0006 CHS – Garden of Rand house looking east from Mass Ave, ca.1889
3E.0007 CHS – Barn of Rand house, ca.1889
3E.0008 CHS – Barn, house, and grounds of Rand house looking east, ca.1889 [Rand & Taylor]
10 12 Massachusetts Avenue, Beech Street and Wendell Street), ca.1875-1900 (6 photographs)
3E.0009 CHS – Davenport Tavern and St. James Church, ca.1875 [George Henry]
3E.0010 CHS – Davenport Tavern (print), ca.1900
3E.0011 CHS – Davenport Tavern and St. James Church, ca.1880
3E.0012 CHS – Davenport Tavern and St. James Church, ca.1889
3E.0013 CHS – Davenport Tavern (print), ca.1900
3E.0016 CHS – 1663 Massachusetts Avenue near Wendell Street (home of A. Edwin Hildreth, built 1864, demolished 1969), 1877
10 13 Rindge Avenue, ca.1924-1960 (2 photographs)
3E.0014 CHS – 148 Rindge Ave, ca.1960
3E.0015 CH – 324 Rindge Avenue, Office building of New England Brick Company (copy of architectural drawing), 1924 [Fletcher]
Series IV. Groups, Social Organizations, Objects, Transportation, Events, etc., 1855-1997
Subseries A. Social Organizations, Groups, etc., 1855-1964
11 1 Harvard Groups, 1866-1882 (12 photographs)
4A.0001 CHS – The Goodies, 1866 [attrib. Warren]
4A.0002 CHS – The Goodies, 1871 [attrib. Warren]
4A.0003 CHS – The Goodies, 1862 [attrib. Warren]
4A.0004 CHS – The Harvard Nine (baseball team), 1866 [attrib. Warren]
4A.0005 CHS – The Harvard Nine (baseball team), 1866 [attrib. Warren]
4A.0006 CHS – Class of 1866, 1866 [Warren]
4A.0007 CHS – Class of 1882, 1882 [A.W. Elson]
4A.0008 CHS – Harvard Library Staff, ca.1880 [Pach Bros]
4A.0009 CHS – Pi Eta, 1869 [attrib. Warren]
4A.0010 CHS – Pi Eta, ca.1880 [Balch]
4A.0011 CHS – Institute of 1770, 1866 [Warren]
4A.0012 CHS – Institute of 1770, ca.1870
1ss Harvard Groups, 1918-1955, n.d. (3 photographs)
4A.0037 CHS – Harvard Class of 1899 Reunion, n.d. [Notman]
4A.0047 CHS – Harvard S.A.T. Band, 1918
4A.0049 CHS – Harvard Class of 1930 Reunion, 1955
11 2 School Groups, ca.1870-1926 (6 photographs)
4A.0013 CHS – Elementary school class, corner of Pearl and Green Streets (stereoview), ca.1870 [Alden]
4A.0014 CHS – Berkeley Street School, students and teachers, 1904
4A.0015 CHS – Berkeley Street School, students and teachers, 1904
4A.0016 CHS – Browne and Nichols School, graduating class, 1891
4A.0017 CHS – Cambridge Manual Training School (Rindge), firefighting class, ca.1890 [N.L. Stebbins]
4A.0045 CHS – Fletcher School, Class of 1926 [Creeman]
4A.0050 CHS – Peabody Grammar School (students identified on reverse), 1914 [Willson Magazine Co.]
29os 4 School Groups, ca.1890 (1 photograph)
4A.0036 CHS – Cambridge Manual Training School (Rindge), firefighting class [N.L. Stebbins?], ca.1890
11 3 Firemen, Military, etc., 1896-1940 (4 photographs)
4A.0018 CHS – Cambridge Fire Department, Engine # 6 (unit in front of truck and station, River Street near Howard), 1921 [David T. Dickinson, Jr.]
4A.0019 CHS – Unidentified firemen, ca.1940
4A.0020 CHS – Company C, 8th Mass Infantry leaving Cambridge Armory (Mass Ave), 1904
4A.0021 CHS – U.S. Lancers in Cambridge, 1896
11 4 Cambridge Social Dramatic Club, ca.1900 (4 photographs)
4A.0022 CHS – Cast of “Pomandes Walk, ca.1900 [Curtis & Meeker]
4A.0023 CHS – Cast of unknown production, ca.1900 [William Webster]
4A.0024 CHS – Cast of unknown production, ca.1900 [William Webster]
4A.0025 CHS – Cast of unknown production, ca.1900 [William Webster]
29os 4 Cambridge Social Dramatic Club, 1905 (1 photograph)
4A.0026 CHS – Cast of unknown production, 1905
11 5 Miscellaneous Groups, 1855-1964 (11 photographs)
4A.0027 CHS – Members of Massachusetts Historical Society, 1855
4A.0028 CHS – Members of the [McClellan] Club (women’s sewing circle), ca.1861
4A.0029 CHS – Members of the [McClellan] Club (women’s sewing circle), ca.1861
4A.0038 CHS – The McClellan Club,1863 [Warren]
4A.0039 CHS – The McClellan Club,1863 [Warren]
4A.0030 CHS – Non-Partisan Municipal Party of Cambridge (annual dinner, New American House), 1907
4A.0040 CHS – Amicable Lodge (Freemasons) members at the installation of Dr. Eugene Wyman, 1929
4A.0041 CHS – Cambridge Skating Club members (Martha Addison, Helen Addison, B. Gring), ca.1929 (copy of original in the collection of Cambridge Skating Club)
4A.0042 CHS – Members of Cambridge Skating Club with Governor Endicott (Chubb) Peabody, 1964 (copy of original in the possession of Jay Wylie)
4A.0043 CHS – Unidentified group of women, ca.1880
4A.0044 CHS – Unidentified group of men and women playing cards, ca.1880
4A.0046 CHS – Chinese Delegation, 1868
29os 4 Miscellaneous Groups, ca.1867-1918 (5 photographs)
4A.0031 CHS – Blue Cross Parade (animal charity), 1918 [Boston Transcript]
4A.0032 CHS – “The Whist Club” (John Holmes, Estes Howe, Robert Carter, J.R. Lowell), ca.1900
4A.0033 CHS – “No Name Sewing Club,” ca.1867
4A.0034 CHS – “No Name Sewing Club,” ca.1867
4A.0035 CHS – Members of the Massachusetts Historical Society (portrait of unknown woman on reverse), ca.1880
1ss Miscellaneous Groups, 1915 (1 photograph)
4A.0048 CHS – Cambridge Board of Trade, 1915 [H. J. Darley]
Subseries B. Objects, Advertisements, etc., ca.1866-1997
11 6 Objects, etc., ca.1866-1997 (20 photographs)
4B.0001 CHS – Ladies’ Temperance Association sign, n.d.
4B.0002 CHS – Elias Howe account (photo reproduction), 1870
4B.0003 CHS – Stephen Daye printing press, ca.1880
4B.0004 CHS – Delft tiles of Vassal House (Polaroid), ca.1990
4B.0005 CHS – Delft tiles of Vassal House (Polaroid), ca.1990
4B.0006 CHS – Bronze of Charles Elliot Norton (by Ackers), ca.1866
4B.0007 CHS – Marble bust of Charles Elliot Norton, ca.1930 [Baldwin Coolidge]
4B.0008 CHS – Marble bust of Charles Elliot Norton (side view), ca.1930 [Baldwin Coolidge]
4B.0009 CHS – The Great Salt, ca.1910 [C. Nordstrom]
4B.0010 CHS – Kimball & Davenport Advertisement, ca.1900 (see 4B.0011 CHS)
4B.0014sl CHS – Presentation poster “Presented by the Ladies Temperance Association of Cambridge to the Hydrant Engine Co. No. 4, April 25, 1845”(1997 color slide of original object in CHSMemorabilia Collection)
4B.0015 CHS – Davenport Advertisement, ca.1910 (see 4B.0012 CHS)
4B.0016 CHS – Wreck of the Somerset, Provincetown, Mass, ca.1890
4B.0017 CHS – Statue of John Harvard, ca.1900
4B.0018 CHS – Worthington Family Adams Chair, n.d.
4B.0019 CHS – Unidentified house with people, ca.1880 [F.J. Taylor]
4B.0020 CHS – Rowe’s Hotel, Burlington, Vermont, ca.1880 [F.J. Taylor]
4B.0021 CHS – Rowe’s Hotel, Burlington, Vermont, ca.1880 [F.J. Taylor]
4 (Howe Collection) Objects, etc., ca.1910 (2 photographs)
4B.0011 CHS – Kimball & Davenport Advertisement, ca.1910 (glass plate negative, see print 4B.0010 CHS)
4B.0012 CHS – Davenport Advertisement, ca.1910 (glass plate negative, see print 4B.0015 CHS)
29os 4 Objects, etc., ca.1867 (1 photograph)
4B.0013 CHS – Bust of Elias Howe [sculptor, Charles Caverley], ca.1867
Subseries C. Transportation, ca.1860-1990
11 7 Carriages, Trolleys, and Trains, ca.1860-1990 (12 photographs)
4C.0001 CHS – Ivers Buggy ($165 model), ca.1860
4C.0002 CHS – Ivers Buggy ($175 model), ca.1860
4C.0003 CHS – Horse-drawn Trolley, Broadway (driven by Joseph Thompson) , ca.1870 [University]
4C.0004 CHS – 733 Trolley (Harvard Sq), ca.1940
4C.0005 CHS – Meigs Elevated Railway, East Cambridge (with Philadelphia City Council), 1887
4C.0006 CHS – Meigs Elevated Railway, East Cambridge, ca.1887
4C.0007 CHS – Cambridge – Boston Horse-drawn Omnibus (print), ca.1870
4C.0008 CHS – Old Town Trolley, 1990 [Cheryl Miller]
4C.0009 CHS – “Neddle Toodles Litchfield” (pony and cart), ca.1880
4C.0010 CHS – Horse-drawn carriage, ca.1890
4C.0011 CHS – Unidentified truck, ca.1910
4C.0012 CHS – Horse-drawn Trolley, Brattle Street, ca.1890
Subseries D. Events, 1868-1990
11 8 Events, 1868-1990 (4 photographs)
4D.0001 CHS – Harvard Band in Parade (print), 1961
4D.0002 CHS – Head of the Charles Regatta, 1990 [Cheryl A. Miller]
4D.0003 CHS – Dedication of the Scion of the Washington Elm, 1946
4D.0004 CHS – Reception of the Chinese Embassy (photographic reproduction of painting), 1868
Series V. Harvard Buildings and related, ca.1850-1980
12 1 Agassiz Museum (Museum of Comparative Zoology), 1860-1864 (11 photographs)
5.001 CHS – Agassiz Museum, Oxford Street, ca.1900
5.002 CHS – Agassiz Museum, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.003 CHS – Agassiz Museum, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.004 CHS – Agassiz Museum, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.005 CHS – Agassiz Museum (residential buildings in background), ca.1860 [Warren]
5.006 CHS – Agassiz Museum, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.007 CHS – Agassiz Museum, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.008 CHS – Agassiz Museum, 1864 [Warren]
5.009 CHS – Agassiz Museum, 1864 [Warren]
5.010 CHS – Agassiz Museum, 1864 [Warren]
5.011 CHS – Agassiz Museum, 1864 [Warren]
12 2 Appleton Chapel, ca.1860-1880 (17 photographs)
5.012 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1900
5.013 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860
5.014 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860
5.015 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860
5.016 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860
5.017 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860
5.018 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860
5.019 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.019a CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.020 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.021 CHS – Appleton Chapel (interior), ca.1860
5.022 CHS – Appleton Chapel (interior), 1871
5.023 CHS – Appleton Chapel (interior), 1871
5.024 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1870
5.025 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1870
5.026 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1870
5.027 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1880
5.028 CHS – Appleton Chapel, ca.1880
12 3 Beck Hall, ca.1880-1900 (3 photographs)
5.029 CHS – Beck Hall (carriages in foreground), ca.1900
5.030 CHS – Beck Hall, ca.1880
5.031 CHS – Beck Hall, ca.1880
12 4 Botanic Gardens, 1862-ca.1870, n.d. (8 photographs)
5.032 CHS – Magnolia tree, n.d.
5.033 CHS – Greenhouse, 1862 [Warren]
5.034 CHS – Greenhouse, 1862 [Warren]
5.035 CHS – Greenhouse, 1862 [Warren]
5.036 CHS – Greenhouse, 1862 [Warren]
5.037 CHS – Greenhouse, 1862 [Warren]
5.038 CHS – Botanic Gardens, ca.1870 [Balch]
5.039 CHS – Botanic Gardens, ca.1870 [Balch]
12 5 Boylston Hall, ca,1860-1901 (16 photographs)
5.040 CHS – Boylston Hall, ca.1860
5.041 CHS – Boylston Hall, ca.1860
5.042 CHS – Boylston Hall (students on steps), ca.1870
5.043 CHS – Boylston Hall, ca.1860
5.044 CHS – Boylston Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.045 CHS – Boylston Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.046 CHS – Boylston Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.047 CHS – Boylston Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.048 CHS – Boylston Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.049 CHS – Boylston Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.050 CHS – Boylston Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.051 CHS – Boylston Hall “Chemical laboratory, Museum of Anatomy,” 1866 [Warren]
5.052 CHS – Boylston Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.053 CHS – Boylston Hall, ca.1870
5.054 CHS – Boylston Hall, ca.1880
5.055 CHS – Boylston Hall, ca.1880
5.056 CHS – Boylston Hall from Massachusetts Avenue, 1901 (print from original in Harvard University Archives)
13 1 Brattle House (University Press, ca.1860-1870 (9 photographs)
5.057 CHS – University Press (stereoview), ca.1860 [Lewis]
5.058 CHS – University Press (stereoview), ca.1860 [Lewis]
5.059 CHS – University Press (stereoview), ca.1860 [Lewis]
5.060 CHS – University Press (stereoview), ca.1860 [Lewis]
5.061 CHS – Brattle House, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.062 CHS – Brattle House, ca.1870
5.063 CHS – Brattle House, ca.1870
5.064 CHS – Brattle House, ca.1870
5.065 CHS – Brattle House, “Occupied for dormitories by students for several years prior to 1865, about which time it was occupied by the University Press,” ca.1870
13 2 Class Day Tree, ca.1860-1900 (9 photographs)
5.066 CHS – Class Day Tree, ca.1860
5.067 CHS – Class Day Tree, ca.1860
5.068 CHS – Class Day Tree, ca.1860
5.069 CHS – Class Day Tree, ca.1864
5.070 CHS – Class Day Tree, ca.1870
5.071 CHS – Class Day Tree, ca.1870 [Balch]
5.072 CHS – Class Day Tree, ca.1870 [Balch]
5.073 CHS – Class Day Tree, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.074 CHS – Class Day Tree, (print) ca.1900
13 3 College House, ca.1865 (1 photograph)
5.075 CHS – College House showing Charles River Trust Co. and horse-drawn wagons, ca.1865
13 4 Dane Hall (Law School), ca.1860-1871 (15 photographs)
5.076 CHS – Dane Hall showing Fairbanks Standard City Scales, ca.1871
5.077 CHS – Dane Hall showing Fairbanks Standard City Scales, ca.1871
5.078 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1860
5.079 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1860
5.080 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.081 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.082 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.083 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.084 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.085 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.086 CHS – Not used
5.087 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.088 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.089 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.090 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.091 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
13 5 Dane Hall (Law School), ca.1866-1880 (10 photographs)
5.092 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1866
5.093 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1866
5.094 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1866
5.095 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1866
5.096 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1860
5.097 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1869
5.098 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1869
5.099 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1870 [Balch]
5.100 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1880
5.101 CHS – Dane Hall, ca.1880
13 6 Divinity Hall and Divinity Library, ca.1860-1900 (9 photographs)
5.102 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1900
5.103 CHS – Divinity Library, ca.1900
5.104 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1864
5.105 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1864
5.106 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.107 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.108 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.109 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1860
5.110 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1860
13 7 Divinity Hall, ca.1870-1880 (9 photographs)
5.111 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1870
5.112 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1870
5.113 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1870
5.114 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1870
5.115 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1870
5.116 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1870
5.117 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.118 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1880
5.119 CHS – Divinity Hall, ca.1870
14 1 Felton Hall, ca.1880 (2 photographs)
5.120 CHS – Felton Hall, ca.1880
5.121 CHS – Felton Hall, ca.1880
14 2 Fogg Museum, ca.1900 (2 photographs)
5.122 CHS – Fogg Museum entrance, ca.1900
5.123 CHS – Fogg Museum, ca.1900
14 3 Freshman Dormitories, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
5.124 CHS – Freshman dormitories, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
14 4 Gannett House, ca.1950-1960 (2 photographs)
5.125 CHS – Gannett House, ca.1950
5.126 CHS – Gannett House, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
14 5 Gates, 1875-1930, n.d. (14 photographs)
5.127 CHS – Meyer Gate, ca.1900
5.128 CHS – Bench at Dudley Gate, 1930
5.129 CHS – Massachusetts Avenue entrance, ca.1900
5.130 CHS – Bench at Dudley Gate, 1930
5.131 CHS – Unidentified gate, ca.1930
5.132 CHS – Harvard College Arch, 1875 [T. Lewis]*
5.133 CHS – Meyer Gate, 1887 [Harvard University Press]
5.134 CHS – Massachusetts Avenue entrance, ca.1900
5.135 CHS – Johnson Gate, “Gate to College Yard,” n.d. [signed print by Louis A. Holman]
5.136 CHS – Johnson Gate, ca.1880
5.137 CHS – Meyer Gate, ca.1880
5.138 CHS – Class of 1875 Gate, ca.1880
5.139 CHS – Johnson Gate, Massachusetts Hall, Holden Chapel during the blizzard,1898 [L.B. Strout]
5.475 CHS – Massachusetts Avenue entrance (engraving), n.d. [W. Harry Smith]
14 6 Gore Hall, ca.1850-1880 (12 photographs)
5.140 CHS – Gore Hall, ca.1850 (engraving) [G.G. Smith]
5.141 CHS – Gore Hall, ca.1860
5.142 CHS – Gore Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.143 CHS – Gore Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.144 CHS – Gore Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.145 CHS – Gore Hall, ca.1860
5.146 CHS – Gore Hall, ca.1870
5.147 CHS – Gore Hall, ca.1870
5.148 CHS – Gore Hall, ca.1864
5.149 CHS – Gore Hall interior, ca.1866 [Pach Bros]
5.150 CHS – Gore Hall interior, ca.1873 [Balch?]
5.151 CHS – Gore Hall interior, ca.1880 [Balch?]
14 7 Gray’s Hall, ca.1860-1887 (16 photographs)
5.152 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1860
5.153 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.154 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.155 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.156 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.157 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.158 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.159 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.160 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1871
5.161 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1871
5.162 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1871
5.163 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1871
5.164 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1880 [Balch]
5.165 CHS – Gray’s Hall, 1887
5.166 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1880
5.167 CHS – Gray’s Hall, ca.1880
14 8 Old Gymnasium, 1866-1878 (13 photographs)
5.168 CHS – Gymnasium, 1866 [Warren]
5.169 CHS – Gymnasium, 1866 [Warren]
5.170 CHS – Gymnasium, 1866 [Warren]
5.171 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1869 [Warren]
5.172 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1869 [Warren]
5.173 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1869 [Warren]
5.174 CHS – Gymnasium, 1871 [Warren]
5.175 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1875
5.176 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1875
5.177 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1875
5.178 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1878
5.179 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1878
5.180 CHS – Gymnasium, ca.1870
15 1 Harvard Boat House, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
5.181 CHS – Boat House in winter, ca.1900
15 2 Harvard Graduate Center, ca.1960-1980 (4 photographs)
5.182 CHS – Harvard Graduate Center, ca.1980 [Robert Damora]
5.183 CHS – Harvard Graduate Center, ca.1980 [Robert Damora]
5.184 CHS – Harvard Graduate Center, ca.1980 [Robert Damora]
5.474 CHS – Harvard Graduate Center, ca.1960
15 3 Harvard Hall, ca.1860-1870 (16 photographs)
5.185 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860
5.186 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860
5.187 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1864
5.188 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1864
5.189 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1870
5.190 CHS – Harvard Hall with students, ca.1870
5.191 CHS – Harvard Hall with students, ca.1870
5.192 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.193 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.194 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.195 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.196 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.197 CHS – Harvard and Holden Hall, ca.1869
5.198 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1866
5.199 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.200 CHS – Harvard and Holden Hall, ca.1870
15 4 Harvard Hall, ca.1860-1960 (11 photographs)
5.201 CHS – Harvard Hall, 1865
5.202 CHS – Harvard Hall, 1865
5.203 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1860
5.204 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1870
5.205 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1870
5.206 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1870
5.207 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1871 [Balch]
5.208 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1880
5.209 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1880
5.210 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1900
5.211 CHS – Harvard Hall, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
15 5 Hastings Hall, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
5.212 CHS – Hastings Hall, ca.1960
15 6 Hemenway Gymnasium, ca.1880-1960 (4 photographs)
5.213 CHS – Hemenway Gymnasium, ca.1900
5.214 CHS – Hemenway Gymnasium, ca.1880
5.215 CHS – Hemenway Gymnasium, ca.1880
5.216 CHS – Hemenway Gymnasium, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
15 7 Holden Chapel, ca.1860-1960 (18 photographs)
5.217 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1900
5.218 CHS – Holden Chapel, 1875 [T. Lewis]*
5.219 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1920
5.220 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.221 CHS – Not used
5.222 CHS – Not used
5.223 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1860
5.224 CHS – Holden Chapel with students, ca.1866
5.225 CHS – Holden Chapel with students, ca.1866
5.226 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1864
5.227 CHS – Holden Chapel and Harvard Hall with students, ca.1870
5.228 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1880
5.229 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1880
5.230 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1870
5.231 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1870
5.232 CHS – Holden Chapel and Class Day Tree, ca.1870
5.233 CHS – Holden Chapel and Class Day Tree, ca.1870
5.234 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1875
5.235 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1875
5.236 CHS – Holden Chapel, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
16 1 Hollis Hall, ca.1860-1869 (12 photographs)
5.237 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1869 (reproduction)
5.238 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1860
5.239 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1860
5.240 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1860
5.241 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1860
5.242 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.243 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.244 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.245 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.246 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.247 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1864 [Warren]
5.248 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1864 [Warren]
16 2 Hollis Hall, ca.1864-1960 (16 photographs)
5.249 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1870
5.250 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1870
5.251 CHS – Hollis Hall from Massachusetts Avenue, ca.1870
5.252 CHS – Hollis Hall, 1866 [Warren]
5.253 CHS – Hollis Hall and Harvard Hall, ca.1864
5.254 CHS – Holden Chapel, Hollis Hall, and Harvard Hall, 1865
5.255 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.256 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.257 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1870 [Balch]
5.258 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.259 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1869 [Warren?]
5.260 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1869 [Warren?]
5.261 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1869
5.262 CHS – Hollis Hall with students, ca.1865 [Warren?]
5.263 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1880
5.264 CHS – Hollis Hall, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
16 3 Holworthy Hall, ca.1860-1866 (10 photographs)
5.265 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, ca.1860
5.266 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, ca.1860
5.267 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, ca.1860
5.268 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, ca.1860
5.269 CHS – Holworthy Hall and Harvard Yard, ca.1865
5.270 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, ca.1862
5.271 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, 1866 [Warren]
5.272 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, 1866 [Warren]
5.273 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, 1866 [Warren]
5.274 CHS – Holworthy Hall with students, 1866 [Warren]
16 4 Holworthy Hall, ca.1860-1870 (10 photographs)
5.275 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.276 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1860
5.277 CHS – Hollis, Stoughton, and Holworthy Hall with students, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.278 CHS – Hollis, Stoughton, and Holworthy Hall with students, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.279 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1860
5.280 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870
5.281 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870
5.282 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870
5.283 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870
5.284 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870
16 5 Holworthy Hall, ca.1869-1930 (8 photographs)
5.285 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870
5.286 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870
5.287 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1869
5.288 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1870 [Balch]
5.289 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1880
5.290 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1880
5.291 CHS – Holworthy Hall, ca.1930
17 1 Jarvis Field, 1862 (2 photographs)
5.292 CHS – Jarvis Field with students, 1862
5.293 CHS – Jarvis Field with students, 1862
17 2 Lawrence Scientific School (Cambridge Street), ca.1860-1885 (12 photographs)
5.294 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, 1866 [Warren]
5.295 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, 1866 [Warren]
5.296 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, 1866 [Warren]
5.297 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, 1866 [Warren]
5.298 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, 1866 [Warren]
5.299 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, 1866 [Warren]
5.300 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, “Sheffield Scientific School, later School of Education,” ca.1860
5.301 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, ca.1860
5.302 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, ca.1860
5.303 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School, ca.1860
5.304 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School with Ellerton L. Dorr, Jr., Walter Atherton, Benjamin B. Thayer, and Sidney J. Jennings, 1885
5.305 CHS – Lawrence Scientific School with Ellerton L. Dorr, Jr., Walter Atherton, Benjamin B. Thayer, and Sidney J. Jennings, 1885
17 3 Austin Hall, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
5.306 CHS – Austin Hall in winter, ca.1900
17 4 Littauer Center, ca.1960 (1 photograph)
5.307 CHS – Littauer Center, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
17 5 Lowell Lecture Hall, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
5.308 CHS – Lowell Lecture Hall in winter, ca.1900
17 6 Massachusetts Hall, ca.1860-1930 (16 photographs)
5.309 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1900
5.310 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1930
5.311 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with students, ca.1860
5.312 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with students, 1869 [Warren]
5.313 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with students, 1869 [Warren]
5.314 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with students, 1869 [Warren]
5.315 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with students, 1869 [Warren]
5.316 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with students, 1869 [Warren]
5.317 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with students, 1869 [Warren]
5.318 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with students, 1869 [Warren]
5.319 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.320 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1870
5.321 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1864
5.322 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1871
5.323 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1870
5.324 CHS – Massachusetts Hall with First Parish Church, ca.1862
5.325 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1872 [Balch?]
17 7 Massachusetts Hall, ca.1870-1960 (9 photographs)
5.326 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1870
5.327 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1870
5.328 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1870
5.329 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1870
5.330 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.331 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.332 CHS – Massachusetts Hall interior, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.333 CHS – Massachusetts Hall and First Parish Church with students, ca.1880
5.334 CHS – Massachusetts Hall, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
17 8 Matthews Hall, ca.1870-1880 (4 photographs)
5.335 CHS – Matthews Hall, ca.1870
5.336 CHS – Matthews Hall, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.337 CHS – Matthews Hall, ca.1880
5.338 CHS – Matthews Hall, ca.1880
18 1 Memorial Hall, ca.1876-1930 (9 photographs)
5.339 CHS – Memorial Hall, ca.1876 [Balch?]
5.340 CHS – Memorial Hall, ca.1877 [Balch]
5.341 CHS – Memorial Hall, ca.1880
5.342 CHS – Memorial Hall, ca.1880
5.343 CHS – Memorial Hall (engraving), 1880
5.344 CHS – Memorial Hall dining room, ca.1880
5.345 CHS – Memorial Hall dining room, ca.1880
5.346 CHS – Memorial Hall, ca.1900
5.347 CHS – Memorial Hall in winter, ca.1930
18 2 Harvard Observatory, ca.1860-1869 (8 photographs)
5.348 CHS – Old Observatory (Palmer House), ca.1860
5.349 CHS – Observatory, 1866 [Warren]
5.350 CHS – Observatory, 1866 [Warren]
5.351 CHS – Observatory, 1866 [Warren]
5.352 CHS – Observatory, 1866 [Warren]
5.353 CHS – Observatory, 1866 [Warren]
5.354 CHS – Observatory, 1866 [Warren]
5.355 CHS – Observatory, ca.1869
18 3 Phillips Brooks House, ca.1900-1960 (3 photographs)
5.356 CHS – Phillips Brooks House, ca.1900
5.357 CHS – Phillips Brooks House, 1901
5.358 CHS – Phillips Brooks House, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
18 4 President’s House, ca.1860-1872 (9 photographs)
5.359 CHS – President’s House, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.360 CHS – President’s House, ca.1860
5.361 CHS – President’s House, ca.1871 [Balch]
5.362 CHS – President’s House, 1866 [Warren]
5.363 CHS – President’s House, 1866 [Warren]
5.364 CHS – President’s House, 1866 [Warren]
5.365 CHS – President’s House, 1866 [Warren]
5.366 CHS – President’s House, 1869
5.367 CHS – President’s House, 1869
18 5 Radcliffe College, ca.1900-1960 (6 photographs)
5.368 CHS – Agassiz House, ca.1900
5.369 CHS – Radcliffe Gymnasium, ca.1900
5.370 CHS – Schlesinger Library, ca.1900
5.371 CHS – Buckingham House (77 Brattle Street), ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
5.372 CHS – Bylerly Hall from Cambridge Common, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
5.373 CHS – Fay House, Radcliffe Gymnasium, Agassiz House from Cambridge Common, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
2 13 Radcliffe College, 1896-1897 (2 photographs)
5.477 CHS – Fay House, 1896
5.478 CHS – Fay House with woman, 1897
18 6 Randall Dining Hall, ca.1900-1901 (2 photographs)
5.374 CHS – Randall Dining Hall
5.375 CHS – Randall Dining Hall (print), 1901
18 7 Robinson Hall, ca.1910-1930 (2 photographs)
5.376 CHS – Robinson Hall, ca.1900
5.377 CHS – Robinson Hall, ca.1930
18 8 Semitic Museum, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
5.378 CHS – Semitic Museum, ca.1900
18 9 Sever Hall, ca.1880 (2 photographs)
5.379 CHS – Sever Hall, ca.1880
5.380 CHS – Sever Hall, ca.1880
19 1 Stoughton Hall, ca.1860-1872 (15 photographs)
5.381 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.382 CHS – Stoughton Hall with students, ca.1860
5.383 CHS – Stoughton Hall with students, ca.1860
5.384 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.385 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.386 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.387 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.388 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.389 CHS – Stoughton Hall in winter, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.390 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.391 CHS – Stoughton Hall with students, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.392 CHS – Stoughton Hall with students, ca.1866
5.393 CHS – Stoughton Hall with students, ca.1866
5.394 CHS – Hollis, Stoughton, and Holworthy Halls across yard, ca.1871
5.395 CHS – Stoughton, Hollis, and Holworthy Halls from common, ca.1871
19 2 Stoughton Hall, ca.1865-1960 (16 photographs)
5.396 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.397 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.398 CHS – Stoughton Hall with students, ca.1869
5.399 CHS – Stoughton Hall with students, ca.1869
5.400 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.401 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.402 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.403 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.404 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.405 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.406 CHS – Not used
5.407 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1870
5.408 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1880
5.409 CHS – Stoughton Hall, ca.1880
5.410 CHS – Stoughton Hall with students, ca.1960 [Bertram Adams]
5.411 CHS – Stoughton and Holworthy Halls with students, ca.1865
5.412 CHS – Stoughton and Holworthy Halls with students, ca.1865
19 3 Thayer Commons (Railroad Station), ca.1860-1871 (8 photographs)
5.413 CHS – Thayer Commons and Moses Richardson house (print), n.d.
5.414 CHS – Thayer Commons and Moses Richardson house (reproduction), ca.1860
5.415 CHS – Thayer Commons and Holmes Place, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.416 CHS – Thayer Commons and Holmes Place, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.417 CHS – Thayer Commons and Holmes Place, ca.1860 [Warren]
5.418 CHS – Thayer Commons, ca.1870
5.419 CHS – Thayer Commons and Morse house, ca.1860
5.420 CHS – Unidentified group at Thayer Commons, 1871
19 4 Thayer Hall, ca.1860-1880 (6 photographs)
5.421 CHS – Thayer Hall, ca.1860 [Warren?]
5.422 CHS – Thayer Hall, ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.423 CHS – Thayer Hall, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.424 CHS – Thayer Hall, ca.1872 [Balch]
5.425 CHS – Thayer Hall, ca.1880
5.426 CHS – Thayer Hall, ca.1880
19 5 Union(?), ca.1900 (1 photograph)
5.427 CHS – Union, ca.1900
19 6 University Hall, ca.1860-1900 (21 photographs)
5.428 CHS – University Hall, ca.1900
5.429 CHS – University Hall, 1860
5.430 CHS – University Hall, ca.1860 [Warren?]
5.431 CHS – University Hall, ca.1860 [Warren?]
5.432 CHS – University Hall, 1860 [Warren?]
5.433 CHS – University Hall, ca.1866 [Warren?]
5.434 CHS – University Hall, 1860 [Warren]
5.435 CHS – University Hall, ca.1860
5.436 CHS – University Hall, ca.1860
5.437 CHS – University and Boylston Halls, ca.1860
5.438 CHS – University and Boylston Halls, ca.1860
5.439 CHS – University Hall, ca.1869
5.440 CHS – University Hall, ca.1871 [Balch]
5.441 CHS – University Hall, 1865
5.442 CHS – University Hall, ca.1870
5.443 CHS – University Hall, ca.1870
5.444 CHS – University Hall, ca.1870
5.445 CHS – University Hall, ca.1870
5.446 CHS – University Hall, ca.1870
5.447 CHS – University Hall, 1887
5.448 CHS – University Hall, ca.1869
20 1 University Museum, 1880 (2 photographs)
5.449 CHS – University Museum, ca.1880
5.450 CHS – University Museum, ca.1880
20 2 Wadsworth House, Weld Hall, 1865-1880 (4 photographs)
5.451 CHS – Wadsworth House, “Bursar’s Office,” 1865
5.452 CHS – Weld Hall, ca.1870 [Balch]
5.453 CHS – Weld Hall, ca.1880
5.454 CHS – Weld Hall, ca.1880
20 3 Harvard Yard, Views of Harvard, ca.1860-1904, n.d. (17 photographs)
5.455 CHS – Harvard Yard looking south, ca.1900
5.456 CHS – “A Prospect of the Colledges in Cambridge in New England, 1726” (print), n.d.
5.457 CHS – “A Westerly View of the Colledges in Cambridge New England,” (reprint), n.d. [Joseph Chadwick, Paul Revere]
5.458 CHS – “View of the Colleges at Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1795,” (print) n.d.
5.459 CHS – “Cambridge Common from the seat of Caleb Gannett, Esq, Comprehending a view of Harvard University, 1805” (print), 1904
5.460 CHS – “South View of the Several Halls of Harvard College, 1823” (print), 1902
5.461 CHS – “The Campus,” ca.1860
5.462 CHS – Harvard “Yard looking Northwest,” ca.1860
5.463 CHS – View of Harvard Hall and Holden Chapel from the Common in winter, 1871 [Balch?]
5.464 CHS – “The Yard from Boylston,” ca.1870 [Balch?]
5.465 CHS – Students in Harvard Yard, ca.1869
5.466 CHS – “The Yard from Boylston,” ca.1871 [Balch]
5.467 CHS – “College Grounds,” 1865
5.468 CHS – “View from College Yard, across Delta to Kirkland Street,” ca.1862
5.469 CHS – “The Yard looking North in winter,” ca.1880
5.470 CHS – “The Yard looking South,” ca.1880
5.471 CHS – “The Yard looking South,” ca.1880
29os 7 Harvard Yard, Views of Harvard, 1974 (1 photograph)
5.476 CHS – “A Westerly View of the Colledges in Cambridge New England” (reprint), 1974 [Joseph Chadwick, Paul Revere]
20 4 Miscellaneous, ca.1930-1979 (2 photographs)
5.472 CHS – Unidentified building, ca.1930 [Wolcott Gibbs]
5.473 CHS – Phoenix Club (print), 1979 [Morgan]
Series VI. People, 1759-1990
On display Abbot, ca.1870 (1 photograph)
6.365 CHS – Ezra Abbot (oil painting on canvas), c.1870 [Edwin T. Billings]
21 1 Agassiz – Ames, ca.1866-1870 (6 photographs)
6.001 CHS – Louis Agassiz, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.002 CHS – Louis Agassiz, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.003 CHS – J.A. Albro (from a painting), n.d.
6.004 CHS – Ames?, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.317 CHS – John A. Albro (pasted in memorial booklet), 1867
6.345 CHS – Louis Agassiz, ca.1870 [Balch]
On display Agassiz – Amers, ca.1850 (1 photograph)
6.366 CHS – Washington Allston (oil painting on canvas), ca.1850 [Chester Harding]
21 2 Andrews – Ashburner, n.d. (6 photographs)
6.005 CHS – Mrs. Andrews, n.d.
6.006 CHS – Andrews Children, n.d.
6.007 CHS – Sarah B. Hayward, Elizabeth H. Andrews, n.d.
6.008 CHS – Nathaniel Appleton (from a painting by Copley), n.d. [pub. Frank Cousins Art Co.]
6.009 CHS – Mrs. Nathaniel Appleton (from a painting by Copley), n.d. [pub. Frank Cousins Art Co.]
6.010 CHS – Anne Ashburner, Grace Ashburner Sedgwick, n.d.
21 3 Banter – Bigelow, ca.1866-1880, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.011 CHS – B. B. Banter, 1866 [Warren]
6.012 CHS – George Batchelder, 1866 [Warren]
6.013 CHS – Jenny Holland Bennett, n.d. [Clara E. Lippert?]
6.014 CHS – Dr. Jacob Bigelow (at O.W. Holmes house), n.d.
29os 5 Banter – Bigelow, 1901 (1 photograph)
6.296 CHS – George Alonzo Bartlett (print), 1901 [Notman]
21 4 Bocher – Brattle, ca.1866-1880 (5 photographs)
6.015 CHS – Professor Bocher, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.016 CHS – Elizabeth Swan Bolles, Alice C. Allyn, Elizabeth Harris (Bee members), 1880 [Frederik Klem]
6.017 CHS – Professor Bowen, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.018 CHS – Thomas Brattle (from a painting), n.d.
6.259 CHS – Anne Bradstreet, n.d. (print from a painting)
29os X Bocher – Brattle, 1901 (1 photograph)
6.298 CHS – Ferdinand Bocher (print), 1901 [Notman]
26 5 Brinkler Family, ca.1880-1960 (15 photographs)
6.348 CHS – Bartol Brinkler, ca.1930 [Orren Jack Turner]
6.349 CHS – Unidentified wedding group, ca.1950 [Worrall’s Photographic]
6.350 CHS – Unidentified woman and child (possibly Beatrice Bartol Brinkler), n.d.
6.351 CHS – Unidentified woman, ca.1870
6.352 CHS – Unidentified couple, ca.1960
6.353 CHS – John and Joan, and their children Dan, Victoria, and Niel, 1959 [Dubarry Studios]
6.354 CHS – Unidentified woman (possibly Beatrice Bartol Brinkler), ca.1940
6.355 CHS – Unidentified woman and children, 1911 [Field]
6.356 CHS – Unidentified girl, ca.1960 [Alan Armitage]
6.357 CHS – Unidentified woman (possibly Beatrice Bartol Brinkler), ca.1950
6.358 CHS – Unidentified woman, ca.1950
6.359 CHS – Robert Kilburn Root, ca.1950 [Underwood & Underwood]
6.360 CHS – Unidentified woman (possibly Beatrice Bartol Brinkler), ca.1880
6.361 CHS – Unidentified woman, ca.1900
6.362 CHS – Unidentified man (possibly Robert Kilburn Root), ca.1917 [White]
29os 6 Brinkler Family, ca.1900 (1 photograph)
6.363 CHS – Mr. Brinkler, ca.1900 [G. C. Brown & Son]
21 5 Brigham – Brown, ca.1866 (4 photographs)
6.019 CHS – Brigham, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.020 CHS – Henry Waller Brinckerhoff, 1866 [Warren]
6.021 CHS – Henry Waller Brinckerhoff, 1866 [Warren]
6.022 CHS – F.J. Brown, ca.1866 [Warren]
29os 5 Brigham – Brown, 1901 (1 photograph)
6.291 CHS – LeBaron Russell Briggs (print), 1901 [Notman]
21 6 Burnham – Chamberlain, ca.1866 (3 photographs)
6.023 CHS – Sarah M. Burnham [G.H. Loomis]
6.024 CHS – Chace, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.025 CHS – Chamberlain, ca.1866 [Warren]
21 7 Child, ca.1866, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.026 CHS – Francis James Child
6.027 CHS – Francis James Child [Sarony & Co]
6.029 CHS – Francis James Child, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.030 CHS – Francis James Child, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
21 8 Clark – Coburn, ca.1866-1907 (5 photographs)
6.031 CHS – J.M. Clark, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.032 CHS – James Freemam Clark, ca.1870 [Balch]
6.033 CHS – Dr. George Cogswell
6.034 CHS – Sarah (Hovey) Colburn, 1907 [Taylor]
6.035 CHS – Sarah (Hovey) Colburn, 1907 [Taylor]
21 9 Cook – Cummings, ca.1866-1898 (4 photographs)
6.036 CHS – Professor J. Cook, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.037 CHS – Prentiss Cummings, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.038 CHS – Prentiss Cummings, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.364 CHS – Archibald Cary Coolidge, 1898 [Pach Bros]
21 10 Cutler – Dexter, ca.1866-1870, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.039 CHS – Elbridge Gerry Cutler, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.040 CHS – Charles Deane, n.d.
6.041 CHS – Derby, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.263 CHS – Richard Henry Dana II, ca.1870 [Balch]
29os 5 Cutler – Dexter, n.d. (1 photograph)
6.311 CHS – George Dexter (photographic reproduction from a portrait by Otto Grundmann), n.d.
21 11 Dowse – Dunbar, ca.1866, n.d. (3 photographs)
6.042 CHS – Thomas Dowse [engraving by J. Andrews after a painting by M. Wight], n.d.
6.043 CHS – Sara Sedgwick Darwin, n.d.
6.044 CHS – Professor Dunbar, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
22 1 Eliot – Everett, ca.1866-1870, n.d. (5 photographs)
6.045 CHS – C.W. Eliot, ca.1870 [Balch]
6.046 CHS – Ralph Waldo Emerson, ca.1870 [Notman]
6.047 CHS – C.C. Everett, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.048 CHS – Mildred Everett, n.d. [J. Notman] “lived at Garden Street”
6.251 CHS – Jessie Fletcher Fife, Patricia Weymouth Emerson, Mary Elizabeth Emerson, 1912 “Terrace of Charles William Eliot House on Brattle Street, Cambridge.”
29os 5 Eliot – Everett, 1858-1901 (3 photographs)
6.282 CHS – Charles William Eliot (print), 1901 [Notman]
6 6.315 CHS – Ralph Waldo Emerson, n.d.
6 6.319 CHS – Edward Everett (engraving), 1858 [H. Wright Smith]
22 2 Farley – Field, 1846-1911 (4 photographs)
6.049 CHS – Annie B. (Chapman) Farley, 1911 [Tupper]
6.050 CHS – Dr. Farlow, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.051 CHS – Dr. Farlow, ca.1866 [Warren]
6.052 CHS – John Field, George W. Curtis, 1882 [W. Knowlton] “To dear Rupert & Dick from them aff. John W. Field, Ashfield Sept, 1882 Two friends of C.E. Norton”
6.248 CHS – Cornelius Conway Felton (photograph of crayon by Eastman Johnston), 1846
22 3 Flagg – Gilman, ca.1871-1900, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.053 CHS – Professor Flagg, ca.1871 [attr. Warren]
6.054 CHS – Eliza Lee Follen (engraving), n.d. [Kellogg & Wilcox]
6.055 CHS – Charles Follen (engraving), n.d. [H.W. Smith]
6.056 CHS – Arthur Gilman, ca.1900 [W.T. Ness]
29os 5 Flagg – Gilman, n.d. (1 photograph)
6.308 CHS – Dr. Charles Follen (photographic reproduction from a painting), n.d.
22 4 Gilman – Gray, ca.1870-1886 (5 photographs)
6.057 CHS – Grace Gilman, 1886 [Pach Bros.]
6.058 CHS – W.W. Goodwin, ca.1871 [attr. Warren]
6.059 CHS – Asa Gray, Sir Joseph Hooker, Lady Hooker, Mrs. Gray [and others unidentified]
6.060 CHS – Asa Gray, 1871 [attr. Warren]
6.245 CHS – Dean Gray, ca.1870 [Pach Bros]
29os 5 Gilman – Gray, ca.1900-1901 (3 photographs)
6.284 CHS – William Watson Goodwin (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.302 CHS – George Lincoln Goodale (print), 1901 [Notman]
29os 6 6.321 CHS – William Watson Goodwin, ca.1900
22 5 Gilman – Gray, n.d. (3 photographs)
6.061 CHS – Eleanor Gray “Larches,” n.d.
6.062 CHS – Eleanor Gray (copy of 6.063 CHS)
6.063 CHS – Eleanor Gray “Larches,” n.d.
6.235 CHS – Asa Gray, ca.1870 [H.G. Smith]
22 6 Greenough – Harris, ca.1870-1900 (6 photographs)
6.064 CHS – Professor Greenough, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.065 CHS – Edward Everett Hale, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.066 CHS – Edward Everett Hale, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.067 CHS – Mr. Harris, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.246 CHS – Richard Mott Gummere (copy photograph), n.d.
6.250 CHS – Rev. Mr. Hall, ca.1900 [A. Marshall]
6.272 CHS – Gurney, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
29os 5 Greenough – Harris, n.d. (2 photographs)
6.309 CHS – Mary Eliot Guild, “aunt of president Eliot and Professor Charles Norton Eliot” (photographic reproduction from a drawing), n.d. [Pendleton]
22 7 Hart – Hollis, ca.1870-1911 (4 photographs)
6.068 CHS – Albert Bushnell Hart, 1911 [Marceau] “To George Francis Arnold with the warm affection of Albert Bushnell Hart”
6.069 CHS – William Henry Paine Hatch [Pach Bros]
6.070 CHS – F.N. Hedge, 1871 [attr. Warren]
6.071 CHS – “Tony” Hill, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
29os 5 Hart – Hollis, 1901 (3 photographs)
6.287 CHS – Ira Nelson Hollis (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.289 CHS – Adam Sherman Hill (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.303 CHS – Albert Bushnell Hart (print), 1901 [Notman]
22 8 Holmes, ca.1860-1890 (8 photographs)
6.072 CHS – Mrs. Tracy, Mr. Holmes, 1890 “Auntie Tracy – old friend and helped in Rand family”
6.073 CHS – Oliver Wendell Holmes (bookplate), n.d.
6.074 CHS – Oliver Wendell Holmes (print), n.d.
6.075 CHS – Oliver Wendell Holmes, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.076 CHS – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Mrs. O.W. Holmes O.W. Holmes, Jr., John Holmes, ca.1860
6.077 CHS – John Holmes, Mrs. O.W. Holmes, ca.1860
6.261 CHS – Abiel Holmes (lithograph), n.d. [F. Wyeth]
6.262 CHS – Abiel Holmes (lithograph), n.d. [F. Wyeth]
28 Holmes, 1896 (1 photograph)
6.260 CHS – John Holmes (pastel on linen-backed paper), 1896 [E.M. Doran]
22 9 Howells – Jones, 1846-1954 (8 photographs)
6.078 CHS – William Dean Howells, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.079 CHS – Billy & Alice James, 1937 [John C. Phillips] “Taken near Charlestown in February 1937 by John C. Phillips with love to Mr. and Mrs. Brooks”
6.080 CHS – J. Jennison, 1872 [attr. Warren]
6.081 CHS – Claudius Marcellus Jones, ca.1866[attr. Warren]
6.244 CHS – Frederick Daniel Huntington, 1846 & 1887 – copy photographs
6.281 CHS – Ray Green Huling (Principal of English High School), 1907 [Purdy]
6.318 CHS – Eliot, Nathaniel, Jonathan, and Nicholas Hubbard, 1954
6.319 CHS – Mary Isabella James, 1884 [H. Le Lieure]
29os 5 Howells – Jones, 1901 (2 photographs)
6.297 CHS – Charles Loring Jackson (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.288 CHS – William James (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.367 CHS – “Right Hon ble John Hely Hutchinson (engraving), 1785 [James Watson]
22 10 Howells – Jones, ca.1870, n.d. (2 photographs)
6.082 CHS – James?, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.083 CHS – Martha Jones, n.d. [H.H. Hanson]
23 1 Lane – Littlefield, ca.1870-1907, n.d. (6 photographs)
6.084 CHS – Professor George Martin Lane, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.085 CHS – Robert E. Lee (photographic reproduction of portrait), n.d.
6.086 CHS – William H. Lewis (photographic reproduction from Cambridge Tribune 22 May 1907, CHC)
6.087 CHS – Abraham Lincoln (print)
6.332 CHS – Nina Littlefield, 1902 [Tupper]
6.333 CHS – Nina and Helen Littlefield, 1904 [Tupper]
23 2 Litchfield, n.d. (6 photographs)
6.088 CHS – Mildred Litchfield, n.d.
6.089 CHS – Mr. Litchfield, n.d.
6.090 CHS – Mildred Litchfield with father, mother, et. al., n.d.
6.091 CHS – Mr. & Mrs. Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros.]
6.092 CHS – Mr. & Mildred Litchfield (?), n.d.
6.093 CHS – Mildred & May Litchfield, n.d.
23 3 Litchfield, n.d. (5 photographs)
6.094 CHS – Mr. Litchfield, n.d.
6.095 CHS – Mr. Litchfield, n.d. [J.E. Purdy & Co.]
6.096 CHS – Mr. Litchfield, n.d. [J.E. Purdy & Co.]
6.097 CHS – Mr. Litchfield, n.d. [J.E. Purdy & Co.]
6.098 CHS – Mr. Litchfield, n.d. [J.E. Purdy & Co.]
23 4 Litchfield, n.d. (12 photographs)
6.099 CHS – May Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros.]
6.100 CHS – May Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros.]
6.101 CHS – May Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros.]
6.102 CHS – May Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros.]
6.103 CHS – May Litchfield, n.d.[Pach Bros.]
6.104 CHS – May Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros.]
6.105 CHS – May Litchfield, n.d. (“Nannie”)
6.106 CHS – May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Elmer Chickering]
6.107 CHS – May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Elmer Chickering]
6.108 CHS – May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Elmer Chickering]
6.109 CHS – May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Marceau]
6.110 CHS – Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain Studio]
29os 6 Litchfield, n.d. (2 photographs)
6.307 CHS – May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d.
6.310 CHS – May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Marceau]
23 5 Litchfield, n.d. (10 photographs)
6.111 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros]
6.112 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros]
6.113 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros]
6.114 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros]
6.115 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros]
6.116 CHS – Mildred & May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Pach Bros]
6.117 CHS – Mildred & May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d.[Pach Bros]
6.118 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [McCabe]
6.119 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield (group photo, school play?), n.d.
6.120 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield (group photo, school play?), n.d.
29os 6 Litchfield, n.d. (1 photograph)
6.306 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield (pastel), n.d.
23 6 Litchfield, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.121 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.122 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.123 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.124 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
23 7 Litchfield, n.d. (14 photographs)
6.125 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.126 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.127 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.128 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.129 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.129 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield (Maid of Honor at Margaret Sparrow’s Wedding), n.d. [Champlain]
6.131 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.132 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.133 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.134 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.135 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.136 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.137 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
6.138 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Champlain]
23 8 Litchfield, n.d. (5 photographs)
6.139 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Haviland]
6.140 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Haviland]
6.141 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Haviland]
6.275 CHS – Mildred Bancroft Litchfield, n.d.[Champlain?]
6.276 CHS – May Bancroft Litchfield, n.d. [Marceau]
24 1 Longfellow, ca.1860-1907, n.d. (5 photographs)
6.142 CHS – Henry W. Longfellow, n.d.
6.143 CHS – Longfellow Daughters, n.d.
6.144 CHS – Henry W. Longfellow, ca.1860 [attr. Warren]
6.145 CHS – Henry W. Longfellow, ca.1870 [Balch]
6.146 CHS – Henry W. Longfellow (sculpture), 1907
25 8 Longfellow, ca.1850-1870 (6 photographs)
6.227 CHS – Charles Longfellow, ca.1865 – copy photograph from Longfellow National Historical Site
6.228 CHS – Tom Appleton, H. W. Longfellow & wife, Julia Howe, et. al., ca.1850 [reproduction by Notman]
6.229 CHS – Edith Longfellow Dana, Annie Allegra Longfellow Thorp, ca.1860 – copy photograph from Longfellow National Historical Site
6.230 CHS – Henry W, Longfellow, ca.1855 – copy photograph from Longfellow National Historical Site
6.231 CHS – Henry W, Longfellow, ca.1870 – copy photograph from Longfellow National Historical Site
6.232 CHS – H. W. Longfellow in Study, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
24 2 Lovering – Lowell, date (7 photographs)
6.147 CHS – Professor Lovering [attr. Warren]
6.148 CHS – John Lovett
6.149 CHS – James Russell Lowell [Frank M. Sutcliffe]
6.150 CHS – James Russell Lowell [attr. Warren]
6.151 CHS – James Russell Lowell [attr. Warren]
6.237 CHS – James Russell Lowell (print)
6.238 CHS – James Russell Lowell “The library, Elmwood. Given me by J.R.L. who wrote the title.”
24 3 McGrath – Merrill, date (4 photographs)
6.152 CHS – Bernard McGrath (Shady Hill)
6.153 CHS – Bernard McGrath (Shady Hill)
6.154 CHS – Bernard McGrath (Shady Hill)
6.155 CHS – Joseph Warren Merrill (engraving) [A.H. Ritchie]
24 4 Morse – Norton, 1865-1870, n.d. (6 photographs)
6.156 CHS – Royall Morse, 1865 “Stage Driver and near neighbor to O.W. Holmes”
6.157 CHS – W.W. Newell, ca.1870 [Warren Photo.]
6.158 CHS – Catherine Jane Norton (watercolor?), n.d.
6.239 CHS – Arthur, ca.1930 (Murphy family?)
6.240 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1930 (Murphy family?)
6.241 CHS – Grandma Murphy “Grandma Murphy at 9 Newton Street”, ca.1930
29os 5 Morse – Norton, 1901 (1 photograph)
6.294 CHS – Hugo Munsterberg (print), 1901 [Notman]
24 5 Norton, ca.1866-1898, n.d. (10 photographs)
6.159 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1898 [Pach Bros]
6.160 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, ca.1888 [Pach Bros]
6.161 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1888 [Rupert Norton]
6.162 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1887 [Rupert Norton]
6.163 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1888 [Rupert Norton]
6.164 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1888 [Rupert Norton]
6.165 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1898 [Notman]
6.166 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1866 [M.F. King] “from a medallion by Charles Akers”
6.167 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, n.d. [Notman]
6.168 CHS – Eliot Norton, n.d.
24 6 Norton, 1897-1905 (11 photographs)
6.169 CHS – Sara Norton, 1897 [D. Roscoe]
6.170 CHS – Elizabeth G. Norton, n.d. [Debenham & Smith]
6.171 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1904
6.172 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1904
6.173 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton and Elizabeth G. Norton, 1904
6.174 CHS – Catharine Eliot Norton, n.d. [A. Sonrel]
6.175 CHS – Richard Norton, n.d.
6.176 CHS – Rupert Norton, n.d. [Pach Bros.]
6.177 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton & Susan Norton, 1905 [Guild]
6.178 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, Eliot Norton, Charles Eliot Norton II, n.d. [Pach]
6.179 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, Charles Eliot Norton II, n.d. [Notman Studios]
25 9 Norton, ca.1870-1907 (4 photographs)
6.264 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1900 [Pach Bros]
6.265 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1881 print from Harper’s Magazine
6.266 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, 1907 “at University Illinois”
6.267 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
29os 6 Norton, ca.1900-1901 (4 photographs)
6.283 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton (print), 1901 [Norton]
6.312 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton (print), ca.1900 [G. Kruell]
6.313 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton (print), ca.1900 [G. Kruell]
6.314 CHS – Charles Eliot Norton (print), ca.1900 [G. Kruell]
24 7 Norton, 1915, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.180 CHS – Richard Norton, 1915 [J.E. Purdy & Co.]
6.181 CHS – Susan Ridley Sedgwick Norton, n.d. [Allen & Rowell]
6.182 CHS – Susan Ridley Sedgwick Norton, n.d. [Pach Bros]
6.183 CHS – Susan Ridley Sedgwick Norton (from a painting), n.d.
24 8 Palmer – Powers, ca.1860-1871, n.d. (8 photographs)
6.184 CHS – J.O. Parker, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.185 CHS – James Mills Peirce, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.186 CHS – B. Peirce, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.187 CHS – A.P. Peabody, ca.1871 [Balch Photo]
6.188 CHS – A.P. Peabody, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.233 CHS – Mary E. Powers, ca.1860 [L.W. Cook]
6.234 CHS – Unidentified (related to Mary Powers?), n.d.
6.257 CHS – Emily E. Parsons (engraving by John Sartain), n.d., copy of original from Mount Auburn Hospital, Community Relations Department
29os 5 Palmer – Powers, 1901 (2 photographs)
6.286 CHS – James Mills Pierce (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.304 CHS – George Herbert Palmer (print), 1901[Notman]
26 8 Parker, ca.1890-1915 (16 photographs)
6.374 CHS – Emmeline Parker, 1898
6.375 CHS – Emmeline and Edwin Gordon Parker, ca.1890
6.376 CHS – Edwin Gordon Parker, Jr., 1915
6.377 CHS – Edwin Gordon Parker, Jr., B. Parker, D. Parker, 1907
6.378 CHS – Gordon children playing in backyard of 77 Avon Hill Street, 1907
6.379 CHS – Edwin Gordon Parker, Jr. with friend, ca.1910
6.380 CHS – “September Morn,” B.S. Parker, Emmeline Parker, and unidentified child, 1919
6.381 CHS – Unidentified children in winter at 77 Avon Hill Street, ca.1910
6.382 CHS – Child identified as “B.H.H.” at 77 Avon Hill Street in winter, 1912
6.383 CHS – Child identified as “B.H.H.” at 77 Avon Hill Street in winter, 1913
6.384 CHS – Edwin Gordon Parker, Jr., “a la campagne,” 1914
6.385 CHS – Boy identified as “S.C.S.” 1912
6.386 CHS – Children identified as “B.H.H., E.W.S.” and D. Parker, and Edwin Gordon Parker, Jr., 1913
6.387 CHS – Edwin Gordon Parker, Jr., “E.S., E.W.S.,” Emmeline Parker, D. Parker, ca.1910
6.388 CHS – Unidentified children playing at 77 Avon Hill Street, 1909
6.389 CHS – Edwin Gordon Parker, Jr. at Avon Hill, 1914
24 9 Pratt – Putnam, ca.1870, n.d. (3 photographs)
6.189 CHS – Pratt, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.190 CHS – Nathaniel Prentiss (drawing), n.d.
6.191 CHS – William Lowell Putnam (engraving), n.d. [William E. Marshall]
On display Prentiss, 1839 (1 photograph)
6.371 CHS – Nathaniel Prentiss (oil on canvas), 1839 [Alvan Clark]
25 1 Rand, 1892-1900 (4 photographs)
6.192 CHS – Harry Seaton Rand & Rebecca Caldwell, 1892 “158 N[orth] A[venue] later 1899 Massachusetts Avenue”
6.193 CHS – Jean Tewksbury Rand & Rebecca Caldwell, 1892 “158 N[orth] A[venue] later 1899 Massachusetts Avenue”
6.194 CHS – Harry Seaton Rand, 1880 [Notman]
6.195 CHS – Harry Seaton Rand, 1900 [Morris Burke Parkinson]
25 2 Rantorel – Sibley, ca.1870, n.d. (9 photographs)
6.196 CHS – Robert Rantorel (engraving), n.d. [Sartain]
6.197 CHS – Paul Revere (print), n.d.
6.198 CHS – Martha L. Sargent, n.d. [A. Marshall]
6.199 CHS – Edwin P. Seaver, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.200 CHS – Shaler, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.201 CHS – John L. Sibley, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.202 CHS – John L. Sibley, ca.1870 [Warren]
6.247 CHS – Miss Josephine Mac G. Shaw, n.d. (from a painting)
6.249 CHS – Sylvia Scudder, n.d. [Van Patten] “now Mrs. Ingersol Bowditch”
6.324 CHS – John L, Sibley, ca.1870 [Balch]
29os 5 Rantorel – Sibley, 1901 (3 photographs)
6.300 CHS – Josiah Royce (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.301 CHS – Nathaniel Southgate Shaler (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.305 CHS – Edward Stevens Sheldon (print), 1901 [Notman]
25 3 Smith – Toy, ca.1870-1990, n.d. (14 photographs)
6.203 CHS – Emma Griscom Smith, n.d. [George H. Hastings]
6.204 CHS – Julie E. L. Eggleston Smith, 1886 [W. Shaw Warren]
6.205 CHS – Julie E. L. Eggleston Smith, 1886 [W. Shaw Warren]
6.206 CHS – Marjorie Eggleston Smith, 1911 [Marceau]
6.207 CHS – Sophocles, ca.1870 [Attr. Warren]
6.208 CHS – Sophocles, ca.1870 [Attr. Warren]
6.209 CHS – Ellen Cullinan Thompson, n.d. [University Studio]
6.210 CHS – Joseph Thompson, n.d. [Gendron]
6.236 CHS – Fran Snider (Polaroid print), ca.1960
6.254 CHS – Henry Thompson, ca.1910 [Crown Studio]
6.255 CHS – Henry Thompson, ca.1910 [Crown Studio]
6.256 CHS – Rebecca Wainwright Strong (watercolor), n.d.
6.258 CHS – Jimmy Tingle, ca.1990
6.327 CHS – Joseph Thompson(?), ca.1930
30 Smith – Toy, ca.1850 (2 photographs)
6.346 CHS – Mr. Strong (framed copy from a tintype), ca.1850
6.347 CHS – Mrs. Strong (framed copy from a tintype), ca.1850
29os 5 Smith – Toy, 1901 (3 photographs)
6.285 CHS – Clement Lawrence Smith (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.290 CHS – Frank William Taussig (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.299 CHS – Crawford Howell Toy (print), 1901 [Notman]
25 4 Torrey – Veasie, ca.1870, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.211 CHS – Professor Torrey, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.212 CHS – Tower, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.213 CHS – Tudor, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.214 CHS – Alfred & Sadie Veasie, n.d. [Whitney & Son]
29os 5 Torrey – Veasie, 1901, n.d. (2 photographs)
6.293 CHS – John Trowbridge (print), 1901 [Notman]
29os 6 6.317 CHS – Daniel Treadwell (photographic reproduction from a drawing), n.d.
On display Vassal, ca.1993 (2 photographs)
6.368 CHS – Henry Vassal (Polaroid reproduction of oil painting, ca.1765)
6.369 CHS – Penelope Vassal (Polaroid reproduction of oil painting, ca.1765)
25 5 Vinton – Walden, ca.1870, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.215 CHS – Vinton, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.216 CHS – Virgin, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.217 CHS – Benjamin Wadsworth (from a painting), n.d.
6.218 CHS – John R. Walden, n.d. [Bachrach]
25 6 Walsh – Wright, ca.1870-1910, n.d. (6 photographs)
6.219 CHS – Ward, ca.1870 [Warren Photo]
6.220 CHS – John Warland, n.d.
6.221 CHS – Emory Washburn (print), n.d. [Prentiss]
6.222 CHS – Emily Williston, ca.1910 [L.L. Howe]
6.252 CHS – Amos Whittemore, n.d. [Colby] from a painting
6.253 CHS – Helen Whittemore, n.d. [Colby] from a painting
26 1 Walsh – Wright, 1901, n.d. (4 photographs)
6.273 CHS – George Washington (heliotype), n.d.
6.274 CHS – Mrs. White, n.d.
6.279 CHS – Annie Walsh, 1901 [Cambridge Studio]
6.280 CHS – W. W. Wellington, MD (print), n.d.
On display Walsh – Wright, 1901, n.d. (1 photograph)
6.373 CHS – George Washington taking command of the army on the Cambridge Common (oil on board), n.d.
29os 5 Walsh – Wright, 1759-1901, n.d. (3 photographs)
6.292 CHS – Barrett Wendell (print), 1901 [Notman]
6.295 CHS – John Henry Wright (print), 1901 [Notman]
29os 6 6.318 CHS – Reverend Joseph Willard, n.d. (reproduction of a silhouette), n.d.
6.370 CHS – “Major General Wolfe” (engraving), 1759 [R. Purcel]
On display Ware, ca.1850 (1 photograph)
6.372 CHS – Eliza Hastings Ware (oil on canvas), ca.1850
25 7 Wyman, ca.1870-1898, n.d. (5 photographs)
6.223 CHS – Dr. Jeffries Wyman, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.224 CHS – Morrill Wyman, n.d. [Black & Case]
6.225 CHS – Morrill Wyman, ca.1898 “For Miss Mary Deane and George C. Deane from Morrill Wyman, Jr.”
6.226 CHS – Morrill Wyman, ca.1898 “For Dr. Henry P. Walcott from Morrill Wyman, Jr.”
6.242 CHS – Dr. Morrill Wyman [Black & Case] “He gave this to me when I was [fi]ve in 1874. ACW”
26 2 Unidentified, ca.1870-1930, n.d. (7 photographs)
6.243 CHS – Unidentified
6.268 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.269 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.270 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.271 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1870 [attr. Warren]
6.277 CHS – Unidentified, n.d. “J.E. Meenan”
6.278 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1930 [W.K. Bukowski]
26 3 Unidentified, ca.1860-1930 (10 photographs)
6.320 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1870 [Pach Bros]
6.321 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1870 [G. W. Pach]
6.322 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1870 [George H. Gardner]
6.322 CHS – Unidentified, ca.1870 [George H. Gardner]
6.325 CHS – Unidentified man and daughter, ca.1880 [W. H. Partridge]
6.326 CHS – Unidentified woman, ca.1870 [Notman]
6.328 CHS – Unidentified man, ca.1870
6.329 CHS – Unidentified group of women (tintype), ca.1870 [E. A. Holton]
6.330 CHS – Unidentified men, ca.1930
6.331 CHS – Unidentified man (engraving), ca.1860
26 4 Unidentified, ca.1860-1870 (12 photographs)
6.028 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor, ca.1866 [attr. Warren]
6.344 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor, ca.1870
6.334 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor, ca.1870
6.335 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor [Notman], ca.1860
6.336 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor [Notman], ca.1860
6.337 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor [Notman], ca.1860
6.338 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor [Notman], ca.1860
6.339 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor, ca.1860
6.340 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor [Balch], ca.1870
6.341 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor, ca.1870
6.342 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor [Balch], ca.1870
6.343 CHS – Unidentified Harvard professor, ca.1870
29os 6 Unidentified, n.d. (1 photograph)
6.316 CHS – Unidentified, n.d.

*part of 3rd of July Centennial Celebration, of Washington taking command of the American Army stereoview series.

#part of stereoview series.