Administrative Information

Historical Sketch

Related Collections

Sources

Scope and Content Note

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Series Description and Folder Listing


Extent: 3 file boxes, 2.25 linear ft.
Processor: Daniel Becker
Date: April 2014

Acquisition: The collection was donated to the Cambridge Historical Society in 2006-2008 by Isabel S. Freeman (née Jackson) of Belmont, Massachusetts, the daughter of Eleanor Stearns Whittemore, among whose papers the items in this collection were found.
Access: Due to fragility of the material, # 2.1v, 2.2v, and OS1 are closed.
Permission to Publish: Requests for permission to publish from the collection should be made to the Executive Director.
Copyright: Copyright is retained by the family.


Historical Sketch
The Whittemore family of Cambridge traces its origins back to Thomas Whittemore (1593–1660/61), who came to North America from England in the seventeenth century. In fact, according to family tradition, all Whittemores in North America trace their ancestry back to Thomas Whittemore, who was allegedly the only Whittemore ever to migrate from England to the New World. The Whittemores of Cambridge also trace their ancestry to Samuel Whittemore (1694–1793), the oldest known combatant in the American Revolutionary War, who is commemorated with a monument in Arlington, Massachusetts.

Closer to the present, William Stewart Whittemore was born in Boston on August 13, 1882, the son of William Richardson Whittemore (September 7, 1855 – August 1, 1935), a bank employee, and Isabella Stewart Whittemore. Inspired by his uncle, Frederick, he became a physician, studying medicine at Harvard University from 1904 to 1908. Upon graduating, he first practiced at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston before settling in Cambridge in 1910, with a private practice in Brattle Square and an affiliation with Mount Auburn Hospital.

That same year, he married Alice Stearns Babson (born March 28, 1884), the sister of businessman and philanthropist Roger Babson (who would go on to found Babson College in Massachusetts and Webber College [now Webber International University] in Florida, the latter being the school which his niece, Alice and William Stewart Whittemore’s daughter Eleanor, would eventually attend). They had three children, Frederick Webster Whittemore (born October 23, 1912), Richard Howland Whittemore (born September 23, 1916), and Eleanor Stearns Whittemore (born May 20, 1920).

(William Stewart and Alice Babson Whittemore were both members of the Cambridge Historical Society since 1932, but resigned their membership 1950.)
William Stewart Whittemore died on April 24, 1962; his wife Alice on May 14, 1967.

Eleanor Stearns Whittemore grew up in her parents’ house on Meadow Way in Cambridge. She attended the Buckingham School, graduating in 1937, and then attended Bradford Junior College in Haverhill, Massachusetts, from 1937 to 1939. She went on to study for a bookkeeping certificate at Webber College in Babson Park, Florida (the business school for women created by her uncle, Roger Babson), in 1939–1940. She married Frederick Herbert Jackson, who had studied at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1942 and had two children by him: David and Isabel. For a while (certainly in 1977), they resided in Wilmette, Illinois. Eleanor Stearns Whittemore Jackson worked as a church and school secretary in Cambridge. She died on October 9, 2005.


Sources:
Eldon, R. James. “Report of the Secretary and Council for the Year 1932.” Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society 22 (1932): 116-119. Accessed April 18, 2014.

“Genealogy Report (Register) to HTML File.” Babson Historical Association. Accessed April 18, 2014. http://www.babsonhistorical.org/GENCUST/THOS0010.HTM.

Harvard College Class of 1904. Secretary’s Second Report. Cambridge, Mass.: Crimson Printing Co., 1910. Accessed April 18, 2014. https://archive.org/details/n02reportclass1904harvuoft.

Pottinger, David D. “Report of the Council and the Secretary for the Year 1950.” Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society 34 (1951-1952): 127-129. Accessed April 18, 2014.

Whittemore, Frederick W. “Whittemore Family History.” Typescript, January 1980.


Scope and Content Note
The Whittemore Family Papers consist of a collection of letters sent by William Stewart Whittemore (1882–1962) to his parents during a trip to Europe in 1903, as well as scrap books, photo albums, diaries, and letters by Eleanor Stearns Whittemore (1920–2005), mostly dating to the second half of the 1930s and early 1940s. Of particular note are a travel diary, a photo album, and letters from a cruise Eleanor Whittemore took (accompanied by her aunt Hannah) aboard the S.S. Laconia in 1937, which took her to Iceland, Scandinavia, and the Soviet Union. In addition, several digital copies of photographs of family members, including William Stewart Whittemore’s parents, William Richardson Whittemore (1855–1935) and Isabella Stewart Whittemore, are included.


Related Collections
Historic American Buildings Survey: George Washington Whittemore House, 329 Harvard Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. http://loc.gov/pictures/item/ma0264.


Library of Congress Subject Headings

  • American diaries
  • Bradford Junior College
  • Cambridge (Mass.)–History–20th century
  • Europe, Western–Description and travel
  • Jackson, Eleanor Stearns Whittemore, 1920-2005
  • Scandinavia–Description and travel
  • Scrapbooks–United States–History–20th century
  • Soviet Union–Description and travel
  • Travelers’ writings, American
  • Whittemore family
  • Whittemore, William Stewart, 1882-1962
  • Youth–United States–Conduct of life
  • Youth–United States–History–20th century
  • Youth–United States–Social life and customs–20th century


Whittemore Family Papers 1903-1941 (inclusive), 1974-1976 (bulk)

Container List

Folder Title
1.1 Photographs, 1937, n.d.
WFP – 1.1 – 1 “W. Stewart Whittemore – JPL’s friend”
WFP – 1.1 – 2 “Buckingham graduation class of 1937? Eleanor S. Whittemore is absent due to illness.”
1.2 Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Diary, 1929, 1934
1.3 Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Diary, 1936
1.4 Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Scandinavia/Russia Cruise: Letters, June 6–August 2, 1937; includes note by Isabel Freeman explaining their historical context
1.5 Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Scandinavia/Russia Cruise: Photo album, “Photographs of My Trip Abroad,” 1937
WFP – 1.5 – 01 “Betty Searl & I playing shuffleboard.”
WFP – 1.5 – 02 “Reykjavik Harbor”
WFP – 1.5 – 03 “A lake in Reykjavik”
WFP – 1.5 – 04 “Two Icelandic boys”
WFP – 1.5 – 05 “An Icelandic girl on a pony with the Lutheran Chuch behind
WFP – 1.5 – 06 “A milk wagon in Hammerfest”
WFP – 1.5 – 07 “Two milk maids in Hammerfest”
WFP – 1.5 – 08 “Fish drying in Hammerfest”
WFP – 1.5 – 09 “A sod roof cabin in Hammerfest”
WFP – 1.5 – 10 “A wagon in Aandalsnaes”
WFP – 1.5 – 11 “A Mountain view en route to Bjorli”
WFP – 1.5 – 12 “A Norwegian girl in her native costume”
WFP – 1.5 – 13 “En route to Bjorli”
WFP – 1.5 – 14 “En route to Bjorli Monge Waterfall”
WFP – 1.5 – 15 “Bob & Kenney with some native boys at Bjorli”
WFP – 1.5 – 16 “Bob, Kenny & I with some Norwegian boys at Bjorli”
WFP – 1.5 – 17 “Bob, Kenny & I in front of the Bjorli Station Restaurant”
WFP – 1.5 – 18 “The Seven Sisters Waterfall Geiranger Fjord”
WFP – 1.5 – 19 “The Bridal Veil, Geiranger Fjord”
WFP – 1.5 – 20 “View from Merok”
WFP – 1.5 – 21 “A waterfall at Merok”
WFP – 1.5 – 22 “A waterfall at Merok”
WFP – 1.5 – 23 “Sod roof houses in Merok”
WFP – 1.5 – 24 “Lake Djupvand (Deep Lake) [Djupvatnet]”
WFP – 1.5 – 25 “Djupvand”
WFP – 1.5 – 26 “Voringfoss Waterfall at Fossli”
WFP – 1.5 – 27 “View from Fossli”
WFP – 1.5 – 28 “Voringfoss Waterfall”
WFP – 1.5 – 29 “A group of us at Drottningholm, The Royal Summer Palace”
WFP – 1.5 – 30 “The Franconia and Stockholm Harbor by night”
WFP – 1.5 – 31 “A view outside of Stockholm Harbor”
WFP – 1.5 – 32 “The ruin of St. Catherine Visby”
WFP – 1.5 – 33 “The ruin of St. Catherine, Visby”
WFP – 1.5 – 34 “A fountain in the Botanical Garden Copenhagen”
WFP – 1.5 – 35 “Another view of the Botanical Gardens”
WFP – 1.5 – 36 “A Laplander & baby”
WFP – 1.5 – 37 “The Lapland Country”
WFP – 1.5 – 38 “A view of Lyngen Harbor”
4.1v Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Scandinavia/Russia Cruise: Photo album, 1937
WFP – 4.1v – 001 [Passengers aboard the S.S. Franconia]
WFP – 4.1v – 002 [Street scene, likely in Iceland]
WFP – 4.1v – 003 [Rural scene, likely in Iceland]
WFP – 4.1v – 004 [Street scene, likely in Iceland]
WFP – 4.1v – 005 [Nature scene with rocks, likely in Iceland]
WFP – 4.1v – 006 [People by the Ingólfur Arnarson monument, Reykjavik, Iceland]
WFP – 4.1v – 007 [Boats in Reykjavik harbor]
WFP – 4.1v – 008 [Boats in Reykjavik harbor]
WFP – 4.1v – 009 [Town scene, likely Reykjavik]
WFP – 4.1v – 010 [View of town from the water, likely Reykjavik]
WFP – 4.1v – 011 [Passengers aboard the S.S. Franconia]
WFP – 4.1v – 012 [Sunset or sunrise at sea]
WFP – 4.1v – 013 [Sunset or sunrise at sea]
WFP – 4.1v – 014 [(Likely) View of North Cape, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 015 [Church interior, likely in Hammerfest, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 016 [Several Sami in front of their tent]
WFP – 4.1v – 017 [Street scene with church in Trondheim, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 018 [Svartisen glacier, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 019 [Svartisen glacier, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 020 [Svartisen glacier, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 021 [Svartisen glacier, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 022 [Bridal Veil Waterfall, Geiranger Fjord, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 023 [Waterfall, Geiranger Fjord, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 024 [Geiranger Fjord, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 025 [Geiranger Fjord, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 026 [Seven Sisters Waterfall, Geiranger Fjord, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 027 [Seven Sisters Waterfall, Geiranger Fjord, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 028 [Geiranger Fjord, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 029 [View of a mountainside, likely in Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 030 [Rural scene, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 031 [Rural scene, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 032 [Rural scene, Norway, with cruise passengers ready to board tour carriages]
WFP – 4.1v – 033 [Man and woman riding in horse-drawn carriage]
WFP – 4.1v – 034 [Rural scene, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 035 [Mountainous landscape, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 036 [Fantoft Stave Church, near Bergen, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 037 [Street scene, likely in Bergen, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 038 [Lakeside scene, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 039 [Rural scene, Norway]
WFP – 4.1v – 040 [Ruins, Visby, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 041 [Ruins, Visby, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 042 [Ruins, Visby, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 043 [Ruins, Visby, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 044 [Street scene, Visby, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 045 [Street scene, Visby, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 046 [Street scene, Visby, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 047 [Street scene, Visby, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 048 [View of Stockholm, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 049 [Royal Palace, Stockholm, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 050 [Hotel (?), Stockholm, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 051 [Park scene, Stockholm, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 052 [Park scene, Stockholm, Sweden]
WFP – 4.1v – 053 [Street scene, showing a pharmacy, possibly in Germany]
WFP – 4.1v – 054 [Street scene, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 055 [Street scene, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 056 [Street scene, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 057 [Street scene, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 058 [Modern architecture, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 059 [Modern architecture, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 060 [Palace, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 061 [Palace, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 062 [Palace, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 063 [Palace, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 064 [Palace, ?, interior]
WFP – 4.1v – 065 [Palace, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 066 [Palace, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 067 [Palace, ?]
WFP – 4.1v – 068 [Church, interior]
WFP – 4.1v – 069 [Church altar]
WFP – 4.1v – 070 [Palace, ?, interior]
WFP – 4.1v – 071 [Palace, ?, interior]
WFP – 4.1v – 072 [View from the S.S. Franconia, at sea]
WFP – 4.1v – 073 [Freighter, at sea]
WFP – 4.1v – 074 [Boat, moored]
WFP – 4.1v – 075 [View of an islet]
WFP – 4.1v – 076 [S.S. Franconia entering a port, another passenger ship already docking in the distance]
WFP – 4.1v – 077 [View of a port]
WFP – 4.1v – 078 [S.S. Franconia being pulled into port]
WFP – 4.1v – 079 [View of a port, with Moore & McCormack ship]
WFP – 4.1v – 080 [View of docks]
WFP – 4.1v – 081 [Horse-drawn carriage]
WFP – 4.1v – 082 [Three women and one man on logs]
WFP – 4.1v – 083 [Horse-drawn carriage]
WFP – 4.1v – 084 [City scene, somewhere in Russia]
WFP – 4.1v – 085 [City scene, somewhere in Russia]
WFP – 4.1v – 086 [City scene, somewhere in Russia]
WFP – 4.1v – 087 [City scene, somewhere in Russia]
WFP – 4.1v – 088 [Two young boys, somewhere in Russia]
WFP – 4.1v – 089 [Police man posing in street, car behind]
WFP – 4.1v – 090 [Street scene, somewhere in Russia]
WFP – 4.1v – 091 [View of a palace by a river, Russia(?)]
WFP – 4.1v – 092 [View of the Kremlin, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 093 [View of the Kremlin, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 094 [View of the Kremlin, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 095 [View of the Kremlin, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 096 [Necropolis and bleachers along Red Square, Kremlin, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 097 [View of Red Square, Moscow, Russia]
WFP – 4.1v – 098 [Savior’s Tower (foreground) and Nicholas Tower (background) of the Kremlin wall, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 099 [GUM department store, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 100 [Church, possibly Kazan Cathedral, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 101 [St. Basil’s Cathedral (side view), Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 102 [Boy in front of St. Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 103 [Street scene in Moscow, near the Kremlin gate]
WFP – 4.1v – 104 [Cathedral of Christ the Savior (Khram Khrista Spasitelya), Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 105 [Ostankino, Moscow]
WFP – 4.1v – 106 [Scene at a beach]
WFP – 4.1v – 107 [Bearded Russian peasant in a trolley]
WFP – 4.1v – 108 [Unknown nineteenth-century building]
WFP – 4.1v – 109 [Street scene with horse-drawn carriage]
WFP – 4.1v – 110 [Street scene]
WFP – 4.1v – 111 [St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Leningrad]
WFP – 4.1v – 112 [Peter and Paul Cathedral, Leningrad]
WFP – 4.1v – 113 [Bronze Horseman (Peter the Great) statue, Senate Square, Leningrad; St. Isaac’s Cathedral in the background]
WFP – 4.1v – 114 [Kazan Cathedral, Leningrad]
WFP – 4.1v – 115 [Alexander Column and Winter Palace/Hermitage as seen through the General Staff Building Arch, Leningrad]
WFP – 4.1v – 116 [Church of the Savior on the Blood, Leningrad]
WFP – 4.1v – 117 [Winter Palace/Hermitage, Leningrad]
WFP – 4.1v – 118 [Caryatid Porch, Winter Palace/Hermitage, Leningrad]
WFP – 4.1v – 119 [Gate]
WFP – 4.1v – 120 [Baroque palace or church]
WFP – 4.1v – 121 [Church]
WFP – 4.1v – 122 [Scene with trees and water]
WFP – 4.1v – 132 [Passengers leaving ship]
1.6 Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Scandinavia/Russia Cruise: Travel diary, 1937
1.7 Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Scrap book, “Sewing Book of Models Made by Eleanor Stearns Whittemore, Cambridge, Mass., 13 yrs. Old,” 1933-1940
WFP – 1.7 – 01 [Two women in tree]
WFP – 1.7 – 02 [Gate of “Florida Orange Festival”]
WFP – 1.7 – 03 [Spectators (at some kind of parade)]
WFP – 1.7 – 04 [Parade scene (spectators obscuring view)]
WFP – 1.7 – 05 [Parade scene (spectators obscuring view)]
WFP – 1.7 – 06 [Parade scene (spectators obscuring view)]
WFP – 1.7 – 07 [Parade scene (spectators obscuring view)]
WFP – 1.7 – 08 [Parade scene (spectators obscuring view)]
WFP – 1.7 – 09 [Bungalow]
WFP – 1.7 – 10 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 11 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 12 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 13 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 14 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 15 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 16 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 17 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 18 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 19 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 20 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?) – food line]
WFP – 1.7 – 21 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?) – group picture]
WFP – 1.7 – 22 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?) – group picture]
WFP – 1.7 – 23 [Outdoor scene from a girls’/young women’s camp (?) – group picture along the water]
WFP – 1.7 – 24 [Woman wading in water]
WFP – 1.7 – 25 [Boat scene]
WFP – 1.7 – 26 [Two young women, laughing, at a boat launch]
WFP – 1.7 – 27 [Two men tossing (playfully) a woman into the water while two other woman, one on land, the other in a boat, look on.]
WFP – 1.7 – 28 [Two men in a boat]
WFP – 1.7 – 29 [Two men and three women in a boat]
WFP – 1.7 – 30 [Man mooring a boat]
WFP – 1.7 – 31 [Two men, in bathrobes, on the beach]
WFP – 1.7 – 32 [One man, four women on the beach]
WFP – 1.7 – 33 [Two young men, one young woman, on two boats]
WFP – 1.7 – 34 [Man and woman in a speedboat]
WFP – 1.7 – 35 [Two men in a speedboat]
WFP – 1.7 – 36 [Woman swimming]
WFP – 1.7 – 37 [Two men making a fire (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 38 [Two men making a fire (?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 39 [Two women looking at the fire pit]
WFP – 1.7 – 40 [Two women at a beach house]
WFP – 1.7 – 41 [Woman on beach]
WFP – 1.7 – 42 [Woman on beach, tanning ]
WFP – 1.7 – 43 [Two women on the beach]
WFP – 1.7 – 44 [Building]
WFP – 1.7 – 45 [Two women in front of the ocean]
WFP – 1.7 – 46 [Group picture of women]
WFP – 1.7 – 47 [Older and younger woman inside a house (possibly during a gallery exhibit?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 48 [Group picture women and car]
WFP – 1.7 – 49 [Two women, reading a letter together]
WFP – 1.7 – 50 [Two men playing tennis, plus umpire]
WFP – 1.7 – 51 [Woman playing tennis]
WFP – 1.7 – 52 [Young woman]
WFP – 1.7 – 53 [Young woman]
WFP – 1.7 – 54 [Man under umbrella]
WFP – 1.7 – 55 [Two women serving punch(?)]
WFP – 1.7 – 56 [Middle-age man and woman]
WFP – 1.7 – 57 [Middle-age woman]
WFP – 1.7 – 58 [Young woman]
2.1v Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Scrap book, 1930-1939
Fragile: Closed.
WFP – 2.1v – 1 “Jacky, The Camp Dog” (Kahill 31M514)
WFP – 2.1v – 2 “Buffalo Bill’s day out west 1933”
WFP – 2.1v – 3 “The First 3 dimensional movies, 1936”
WFP – 2.1v – 4 “Boathouse at camp”
WFP – 2.1v – 5 “Muggy and I at 8 y8ears of age”
WFP – 2.1v – 6 “Boots – Joy Tamblyn’s dog 1932”
WFP – 2.1v – 7 [Group photographs of nurse (?) posing on a rocky beach] (Photo by Robert J. Keller, 46 Cornhill, Cap. 8067; 516-35)
2.2v Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Scrap book, 1937-1939
Fragile: Closed.
WFP – 2.2v – # “Bud ‘39”
3.1 Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Scrap book, 1940-1941
WFP – 3.1 – 01 “Eleanor Stearns Whittemore, ca. 1921”
WFP – 3.1 – 02 “Hamburger Roast at Bahm’s farm. Meg, Bahm, Frank and me. August, 1940” (1)
WFP – 3.1 – 03 “Hamburger Roast at Bahm’s farm. Meg, Bahm, Frank and me. August, 1940” (2)
WFP – 3.1 – 04 “Hamburger Roast at Bahm’s farm. Meg, Bahm, Frank and me. August, 1940” (3)
WFP – 3.1 – 05 “Hamburger Roast at Bahm’s farm. Meg, Bahm, Frank and me. August, 1940” (4)
WFP – 3.1 – 06 [Eleanor Stearns Whittemore, winter photograph]
WFP – 3.1 – 07 [Young woman in winter]
WFP – 3.1 – 08 [Three young women in winter]
WFP – 3.1 – 09 [Two young women in front of a house door, decorated with a wreath]
WFP – 3.1 – 10 [Young woman in winter]
WFP – 3.1 – 11 Jackson, N.H., May 30, 1941
WFP – 3.1 – 12 East Woodstock, Conn., June 7, 1941
WFP – 3.1 – 13 Jack Powell, June 7, 1941
WFP – 3.1 – 14 [Brown University commencement, 1941: Classmate of Frederick Jackson, with young woman by his side]
WFP – 3.1 – 15 [Brown University commencement, 1941: Frederick H. Jackson and Eleanor Stearns Whittemore]
WFP – 3.1 – 16 [Brown University commencement, 1941: Frederick H. Jackson with his parents (?)]
WFP – 3.1 – 17 [Brown University commencement, 1941: Frederick H. Jackson’s classmate with his parents (?)]
WFP – 3.1 – 18 Brown University commencement, 1941: Frederick H. Jackson, Eleanor Stearns Whittemore, young woman, Frederick Jackson’s classmate]
WFP – 3.1 – 19 Brown University commencement, 1941: Frederick H. Jackson and his classmate.
WFP – 3.1 – 20 [Two people in sailboat]
WFP – 3.1 – 21 [Two people in sailboat]
WFP – 3.1 – 22 [People surrounding a camp fire]
WFP – 3.1 – 23 [Three young people lazing away on a rocky hilltop]
WFP – 3.1 – 24 [People building a fire]
3.2 Eleanor Stearns Whittemore: Photo album, “Margaret Brown Volume 1” (photocopy), n.d.
3.3 William Stewart Whittemore: Letters, June–September, 1903; includes note by Isabel Freeman explaining their historical context
OS 1 Family Photo, n.d.
Fragile: Closed.