Photographic album, ca. 1800?-1900?.


Photographic album, ca. 1800?-1900?.

Includes portraits of various adults and children done by various photographers such as: portraits of Nancy Deering (daughter of Col. Waite), Rene Noyes, Mrs. Sherwood, Helen Sherwood, George Sherwood, Mr. Harry Anderson and Mrs Alice Anderson (Preble), Andrew Scott and wife, Edward Ilsley and wife, Henry Scott, Miss Ilsley, Kate Libby, Augustus Libby, Ada Carter, Lizzie Shaw, Frank Barrett, Alice Anderson, George Barrett, Tyng Smith, Frank Sewall, Harriet Simonton, Mrs. Bartol, Mrs Motley, Mary Anderson, Barber, Edward Preble (son of Commodore Preble), Frank Noyes, Dr. Daveis and his father. Photographers include M.F. King, George M. Howe, B.F. Smith & Co., B.F. Smith & Son, T.R. Burnham, and Joseph H. Lamson, all of Portland, and Heinrich Bucker of Dresden, Me.

1 album ; 15 x 24 in.


SNAC Resource ID: 7094018

Related Entities

There are 31 Entities related to this resource.

Deering, Nancy Waite (person)

Smith, Tyng (person)

Ilsley, Edward (person)

Barrett, Frank, 1843-1933 (person)

Sewall, Frank, 1837-1915 (person)

It is believed that the artist was Frank Sewall (1837-1915), best known as a Swedenborgian clergyman. After graduating from Bowdoin College in 1858, he traveled in Italy and was recognized for his great appreciation of the arts. Sewall held a pastorate in Washington, DC from 1889-1915. The sketches date from this period, with several signed examples also thought to be by his daughters. From the description of Sketches, 1891-1892. (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation). WorldCat record id...

Shaw, Lizzie (person)

Sherwood, G. E. F. (George Eulas Foster), 1883- (person)

Noyes, Rene (person)

Carter, Adam, 1974- (person)

Barrett, George A. (person)

Scott, Henry Joseph, 1917- (person)

Scott, Andrew K. (person)

King, Marquis Fayette, 1835-1904 (person)

Businessman and mayor of Portland, Me.; genealogist and historian. From the description of Men of Bangor : prominent citizens who are shaping destiny of city, undated. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 310470658 Photographer, of Portland, Me. From the description of Marquis Fayette King photograph album of the King and Plaisted families, 1860s-1890s. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 71059678 ...

Anderson, Alice J. (person)

Alice Anderson was a 1913 Pomona College graduate who taught or was a librarian at Chico State College and completed a two-year missionary assignment teaching at Doshisha Women's College in Kyoto, Japan during 1952-1954. From the description of Letters from Doshisha Women's College, Kyoto, Japan, 1952-1955. (Claremont Colleges Library). WorldCat record id: 53844584 ...

Burnham, T. R. (person)

Libby, Augustus (person)

Smith, B. F. (Benjamin F.), 1830-1927 (person)

Preble, Edward, 1761-1807 (person)

American naval officer who served in the American Revolution and merchant marine. From the description of Diary, [1860]. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58774129 U.S. naval officer; served during the American Revolution. From the description of Edward Preble memorandum book and U.S. Navy regulations, 1800-1805. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 279266829 Edward Preble was a United States naval officer. ...

Anderson, Mary Siler (person)

B.F. Smith & Co. (Portland, Me.) (corporateBody)

Howe, G. Melvyn (George Melvyn) (person)

B.F. Smith & Son (Portland, Me.) (corporateBody)

Bucker, Heinrich (person)

Daveis, John Taylor Gilman, 1816-1873 (person)

Anderson, Harry (Bass player) (person)

Lamson, Joseph Harrison, 1840-1902 (person)

Resident of Lubec, Maine. Lamson arrived in San Francisco, 1852, and operated a grocery in Sacramento. From the description of Sketch of a hasty tour through a part of Maine, Lower Canada, Vermont, and New Hampshire in the months of July and August 1827, 1827 Nov. (Boston Athenaeum). WorldCat record id: 62255999 ...

Sherwood, Helen. (person)

Simonton, Harriet (person)

Sherwood, Mary Martha, 1775-1851 (person)

Noyes, Franklin (person)

Pike, Kate Libby (person)