Armstrong, Gladys 1979-425-03-p10-p5

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Gladys Armstrong, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G. Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Gladys Armstrong

Description: Cabinet card of a girl's bust in an oval frame.  \Her hair is long and down, secured with a bow, and she is wearing a white dress.

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Family Affiliation:

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-03-p10-p5

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Byce Family 1994-60-03

E.R. Healy’s Portrait Photograph of Byce Family, c. 1896-1900

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  E.R. Healy, Ground Floor Gallery, Petaluma, California

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Mrs. Lyman Byce and sons Malcolm and Elwood

Description: Full plate photograph of Mrs. Lyman Byce with sons Malcolm and Wilber (Elwood). The reddish brown denotes the photo was processed with gelatin or collodion. The infant is wearing a white gown and sitting on a blanket covered studio prop. The older son is standing, wearing a "Lord Fauntleroy" outfit. Mrs. Byce is standing behind the boys, wearing her hair in a bun, and a ruffled, Victorian-era dress with large sleeves.

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Family Affiliation:

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, approximately 20.5 x 27 cm

Medium: Gelatin or collodion on paper

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s);

identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added

color…)

Description, Reverse:Mrs. Lyman Byce and sons Malcolm and Elwood”

Date: c. 1896-1900

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1994-60-03

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Church, Flora 1979-415-03-p17-p10

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Flora Church, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Flora Church

Description: Cabinet card of a young girl sitting in a wooden chair.  She has on Victorian-era clothing.

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Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-p17-p10

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use.

Church, Flora 1979-425-02-p16-p9

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Flora Church, 1898

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G. Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Flora Church

Description: Cabinet card of a young girl sitting in a wooden chair.  She has on Victorian-era clothing.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: “Flora Church 1898”

Date: 1898

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-02-p16-p9

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Church, Ollie (also see Rae) 1979-425-02-p3-p2

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of John & Ollie Rae, Date N/A

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma. They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company. Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California. They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): John Rae and Ollie Church Rae

Description: Cabinet card of a couple standing next to studio prop furniture. The man is wearing a suit with a chain hanging from the vest. The woman is wearing a Victorian-era dress with large lacy sleeves.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: N/A

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-02-p3-p2

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Doss, Iva 1994-106-03

E. R. & Addie Healy’s Portrait Photograph of Iva Doss,  c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  E. R. & Addie Healy, Ground Floor Gallery, Petaluma, California

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Iva Doss

Description: Unique format photo of Iva Doss. Doss has short curly bangs, while the rest of her hair is parted in the middle and pulled back into a bun. The photogrpaher's duration in Petaluma dates this photo between 1896-1905.

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Family Affiliation:

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, approximately 8.5 x 13 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: “Iva Doss”

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1994-106-03

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Haskins, Edmond Sterling 1986-IDI-04

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Edmond Haskins & Unidentified Man, c. 1986-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg.109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Edmond Haskins & Unidentified Man

Description: Cabinet card of Edmond Haskins and unidentified man. The men are sitting, one in a wicker chair, and Edmond in a diagonal chair. Both men are wearing three-piece suits with chains and ties, and hats. A studio backdrop hangs behind them. The photographer's duration in Petaluma dates this photo between 1896-1905.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, approximately 11.5 x 17 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s);

identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added

color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1986-IDI-04

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced. These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use.

 

Houx, Jocephine 1984-289-01

E. R. & Addie Healy, Portrait Photograph of Jocephine Houx, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  E. R. & Addie Healy, Petaluma, California

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Jocephine Houx

Description: Carré of Jocephine Houx, a unique format of cabinet card diagonally placed in a square frame. The sepia tone denotes albumen processing on paper. Her hair is tied back with a bow and she is wearing a ruffled blouse with a white rectangle collar. The card's format, and Healy's duration in Petaluma date this photo between 1896-1905. Jocephine is the mother of John Olmsted.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: Carrè, approximately 9.5 x 9.5 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: (describe imprint, type text of any

handwritten script)

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1984-289-01

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use.

 

Malone, Pete 1978-666-09

E. R. & Addie Healy, Portrait Photograph of Pete Malone, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  E.R. & Addie Healy, Ground Floor Studio, Petaluma, California

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Pete Malone

Description: Panel photograph of Pete Malone's bust. Malone is wearing a white shirt under a black vest, and a black hat. The photo appears to be taken outside. The unique format and the photographers duration in Petaluma date this photo between 1896-1905.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: Unique format, approximately 9nx 13.5 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: “Pete Malone”

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-666-09

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use. 

McCleave, Unidentified (Man) 2004-315-1-p43-p57

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Unidentified McCleave Man, Date N/A

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G. Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Unidentified McCleave Man

Description: Cabinet card of a man with a large mustache wearing a suit with a chin hanging from his vest.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

 THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: N/A

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 2004-315-1-p43-p57

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use. 

Mollern, Dick 1978-666-13

E. R. & Addie Healy’s Portrait Photograph of Dick “Richard” Mollern, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  E. R. & Addie Healy, Ground Floor Gallery, Petaluma, California

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Dick “Richard” Mollern

Description: Carré with even scalloped edges of Dick (Richard) Mollern. Mollern is wearing a three-piece suit with a dark tie and a white shirt. A chain hangs from his vest. His hair is parted in the middle and combed. The unique format of the card suggests it was taken in the 1890s.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: Carré, approximately 9.5 x 9.5 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: “Dick Mollern”

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-666-13

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use. 

Peters, Clifford Leslie 1991-IDI-05

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Clifford Leslie Peters, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G. Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg.109. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Clifford Leslie Peters

Description: Cabinet card of Clifford Leslie Peters, age one year old. Peters sits on a studio drape wearing a white gown. The embossed text at the bottom of the card, and photographer’s duration in Petaluma dates the photo between 1896-1905.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, approximately 10.75 x 16.5 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: Clifford Leslie Peters. Age One Year.

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1991-IDI-05

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced. These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use.

 

Rae, John 1979-425-02-p3-p2

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of John & Ollie Rae, Date N/A

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma. They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company. Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California. They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): John Rae and Ollie Church Rae

Description: Cabinet card of a couple standing next to studio prop furniture. The man is wearing a suit with a chain hanging from the vest. The woman is wearing a Victorian-era dress with large lacy sleeves.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: N/A

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-02-p3-p2

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use. 

Rae, Ollie Church (also see Church) 1979-425-02-p3-p2

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of John & Ollie Rae, Date N/A

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma. They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company. Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California. They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): John Rae and Ollie Church Rae

Description: Cabinet card of a couple standing next to studio prop furniture. The man is wearing a suit with a chain hanging from the vest. The woman is wearing a Victorian-era dress with large lacy sleeves.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: N/A

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-02-p3-p2

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use. 

Riley, Henry 1978-666-20

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Henry Riley, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Henry Riley

Description: Cabinet card of Henry Riley's bust. Riley's hair is parted and combed, and he has a thick handlebar moustache. He is wearing a three-piece suit with a chain hanging from the vest. For another photo of Riley, see 1978-666-19.

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, approximately 10.75 x 16.5 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1880-1889

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-666-19

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Unidentified Girl 2016-X-03-p5-p5

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Unidentified Girl, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Unknown

Description: Cabinet card of a young girl standing next to a wooden branch fence. She is wearing a "Lord Fauntleroy" outfit and is holding a hat.

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 2016-X-03-p5-p5

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use.

Unidentified Infant 1978-80-44-p18-p35

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Unidentified Infant, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G. Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg.109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Unknown

Description: Cabinet card of a infant sitting in a wooden chair with a blanket wearing a white gown

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-80-44-p18-p35

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use.

Unidentified Infant 1979-425-03-p11-p6

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Unidentified Infant, c. 1896-1905

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Unidentified

Description: Cabinet card of an infant sitting in a white gown

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-03-p11-p6

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use. 

Unidentified Man 1979-425-03-LP24

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Unidentified Man, c. 1896-190

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg. 109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Unidentified

Description: Cabinet card of a young man's bust.  He is wearing a suit with an upturned collar and bow tie.

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, size N/A

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-03-LP24

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced.  These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use.

Unidentified Man 1986-IDI-04

E. R. Healy Gallery’s Portrait Photograph of Edmond Haskins & Unidentified Man, c. 1986-1905 

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographers: Edwin Ruthven Healy (b. 1856-1923) & Addie G.

Healy (b. Petaluma, California July 1860-?)

Active in Petaluma: 1896-1905+

Biographical Note: By 1879 E. R. Healy was working as a painter in Petaluma. In 1880 he moved to Alameda, California but returned to Petaluma in 1881 to marry Ada “Addie” Gossage, a native of Petaluma.  They moved numerous times but returned to Petaluma by 1896 to open the Ground Floor Photography Studio at 816 ½ Main Street.  They ran the studio together until 1905 when Edwin decided to start a mining company.  Addie continued to run the studio until 1908 when they departed Petaluma for Berkeley, California.  They were both buried in Cypress Hill Memorial Park, Petaluma. 

Bibliography: Palmquist, Shadowcatchers, pgs. 111-112; Mautz, pg.109.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Edmond Haskins & Unidentified Man

Description: Cabinet card of Edmond Haskins and unidentified man. The men are sitting, one in a wicker chair, and Edmond in a diagonal chair. Both men are wearing three-piece suits with chains and ties, and hats. A studio backdrop hangs behind them. The photographer's duration in Petaluma dates this photo between 1896-1905.

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THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: cabinet card, approximately 11.5 x 17 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print mounted on cardstock

Description, Obverse: (identify group or individual, gender(s); identify pose, furniture & props; describe composition, background, added color…)

Description, Reverse: N/A

Date: c. 1896-1905

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1986-IDI-04

Reproduction rights: The Petaluma Museum Association makes no assertions as to ownership of any original copyrights to the digitized images here reproduced. These images are intended for personal or research use only. Any other kind of use, including, but not limited to commercial or scholarly publication in any medium or format, public exhibition, or use online or in a web site, may be subject to additional restrictions including but not limited to the copyrights held by parties other than the Association. USERS ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for determining the existence of such rights and for obtaining any permissions and/or paying associated fees necessary for the proposed use.