Warders, Elizabeth 1979-425-01-p11-p7

Hoebel & Luther Photograph Gallery, Portrait Photograph of Elizabeth Warders, Date N/A

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: Hoebel & Luther Photograph Gallery

Studio Location: 444 ½ Third Street, San Francisco, CA 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Elizabeth Warders

Description: CDV of a woman sitting wearing a striped dress.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size:  carte de visite, 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: Hobel & Luther’s stamp

Date: N/A

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-01-p11-p7

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Warders, Joseph 1979-425-01-p1-p1

A.W. Barker, Portrait Photograph of Joseph Warders, c. 1816-1877

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: A.W. Barker

Studio Location: Canton, Illinois

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Joseph Warders

Description: CDV of a man with a beard standing next to a wooden chair. He is wearing a suit, with a bow tie, with a chain hanging from a patterned vest.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size:  carte de visite, 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: “Joseph Warders”; A.W. Barker’s stamp

Date: c. 1816-1877

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1979-425-01-p1-p1

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Warders, Joseph 1979-425-01-p10-p6

Unidentified Photographer, Portrait Photograph of Joseph Warders, N/A

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  unidentified

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Joseph Warders

Description: Tintype of a man's bust. He has a large beard and is wearing a suit without a tie.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: tintype, size N/A

Medium: N/A

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, 1979-425-01-p10-p6

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Warders, Minnie 1979-425-01-p19-p13

Unidentified Photographer, Portrait Photograph of Minnie Warders, Date N/A

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  unidentified

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Minnie Warders

Description: Tintype of a young girl sitting in an oval frame with cartouche detailing. Her arm is resting on a fringe studio chair and she is wearing a patterned dress

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: tintype, size N/A

Medium: N/A

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, 1979-425-01-p19-p13

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Warders, Minnie 1979-425-01-p21-p14

Unidentified Photographer, Portrait Photograph of Minnie Warders, Date N/A

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  unidentified

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Minnie Warders

Description: Tintype of a girl sitting in an semi-oval frame.  Her arm is resting on a fringe studio chair and she is wearing a patterned dress

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: tintype, size N/A

Medium: N/A

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, 1979-425-01-p21-p14

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Waugh, Elizabeth 1978-80-08

Unidentified Photographer, Portrait Photograph of Elizabeth Waugh, c. 1884-1890 

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  unidentified

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Elizabeth Waugh

Description: Cabinet card of Elizabeth Waugh's bust. The photo reads, "Elizabeth Waugh. Born Nov. 20, 1852-Sanona." Waugh has short curly bangs, and the rest of her hair is pulled back. She has on a black lace shawl with a white flower pinned to it.

Waugh's fashions date this photo to the late 1880's.

Biographical Note: Elizabeth Waugh, born 1852 in Sonoma, is the daughter of Lorenzo and Clarissa Waugh. She married George Allen, a riverboat captain. They had three children: Walter, Mary Bell, and Lonnie.

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: N/A

Date: c. 1884-1890

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-80-08

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Waugh, Henry 1978-80-38

Lewis Dowe’s Portrait Photograph of Henry Waugh & Mrs. Waugh, c. 1877-1880

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: Lewis Dowe (b. 1838, New Hampshire)

Active in Petaluma: 1877-1880

Biographical Note: Dowe worked in Petaluma as both a “view” and portrait photographer.  After leaving Petaluma he worked in San Francisco, operated as a traveling photographer and by 1904, was working to repair musical instruments.

Bibliography: Mautz, pg. 95. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Henry Waugh and Mrs. Waugh

Description: Carte de visite of Henry Waugh and his wife. Mrs. Waugh wears a corseted, bustled dress with bows on the skirt and blouse. There is cinched detailing along the skirt and sleeves, and pleated ruffles along the skirt's hemline. The collar of the dress is a lacy bow. Her hair is done in sausage curls. Her hand rest's on Henry's shoulder, who is sitting next to her. He wears a three-piece suit with a white tie and shirt. His arm rests on a studio prop table.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size:  carte de visite, approximately 6.5 x 10.5 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: L. Dowe, Photographer, Petaluma, Cal.

Date: c. 1877-1880

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-80-38

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Waugh, Lorenzo 1978-80-41

Unidentified Photographer’s Portrait Photograph of Lorenzo Waugh & Unidentified Child, c. 1895-1900

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  Unidentified photographer, Worthington Studio

Studio Location: 500 Valencia Street, San Francisco, California.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Lorenzo Waugh and Unknown Child

Description: Cabinet card of an elderly Lorenzo Waugh an unidentified infant, possibly a grandchild? Waugh is sitting in a studio chair and is wearing an all-black suit. A chain hangs from his vest. He has a large white beard, and white hair. He is holding the infant, who is wearing a light striped dress.

Biographical Note: Lorenzo Waugh was born on August 28, 1808, near Greenbrier River, West Virginia, in what is now Pocahontas County. In his youth he was acquainted with Daniel Webster, John Quincy Adams, and other famous people from the early history of our country. At age 16, he was a teacher in Harrison County. In 1831, he entered the Methodist ministry and taught school in Mason County. Waugh married Clarissa Jane Edsel in 1841. When the health for both of them failed, they traveled over the plains in 1852 to California in an ox teams. Upon their arrival, Waugh experienced some ownership problems with the land upon which he settled. Eventually, General Vallejo presented him with 320 acres of land near Petaluma. (1515 Old Adobe Road) Vallejo has been quoted as saying, “Land is plenty. and it for us, and I have plenty of it yet.” Since no church had been built, their new home was made available for preaching, social and religious gatherings for all in the region. Father Waugh headed the Petaluma temperance movement for many years. He helped organize the California Youth Association in 1859, and urged people to “shun the degrading, ruinous habits of using tobacco and intoxicating drink.” He built the first Methodist Church in Petaluma. He also published a 32-chapter autobiography, 1883 that had five printings Rev. Waugh died on September 5, 1900

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: http://bill-hammerman.blogs.petaluma360.com/13175/lest-we-forget-rev-lorenzo-waugh/

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. 1895-1900

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-80-41

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Waugh, Lorenzo 1978-80-05

George Ross’ Portrait Photograph of Lorenzo Waugh, c. 1875 - 1880

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: George Ross (b. Feb. 2, 1832 Edinburgh Scotland; d. ******, 1893 Petaluma, CA) 

Active in Petaluma: 1862-1893

Biographical Note: Unlike the other 19th century Petaluma photographers, Ross lived in Petaluma for many years. Arriving in Petaluma in 1855 at age 23, he began his profession as a photographer in 1862, moving his studio within the city several times as noted on his various cdv imprints.  For a short time he was also part of a photographic studio partnership, Ross and Ormsby, on Main Street in Petaluma. Ross died in Petaluma and was buried ******

Bibliography: Palmquist, pgs. 461-463; Mautz, pg.136. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Lorenzo Waugh

Description: Cabinet card of Lorenzo Waugh. Waugh is sitting on a fringed studio chair. He is wearing a three-piece suit, a bow tie, and with a chain hanging from his vest. He has a beard and is slightly balding. The fringed chair and Waugh's fashions date this photo to the late 1870s.

Biographical Note: Lorenzo Waugh was born on August 28, 1808, near Greenbrier River, West Virginia, in what is now Pocahontas County. In his youth he was acquainted with Daniel Webster, John Quincy Adams, and other famous people from the early history of our country. At age 16, he was a teacher in Harrison County. In 1831, he entered the Methodist ministry and taught school in Mason County. Waugh married Clarissa Jane Edsel in 1841. When the health for both of them failed, they traveled over the plains in 1852 to California in an ox teams. Upon their arrival, Waugh experienced some ownership problems with the land upon which he settled. Eventually, General Vallejo presented him with 320 acres of land near Petaluma. (1515 Old Adobe Road) Vallejo has been quoted as saying, “Land is plenty. and it for us, and I have plenty of it yet.” Since no church had been built, their new home was made available for preaching, social and religious gatherings for all in the region.

Father Waugh headed the Petaluma temperance movement for many years. He helped organize the California Youth Association in 1859, and urged people to “shun the degrading, ruinous habits of using tobacco and intoxicating drink.” He built the first Methodist Church in Petaluma. He also published a 32-chapter autobiography, 1883, which had five printings

Rev. Waugh died on September 5, 1900

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: http://bill-hammerman.blogs.petaluma360.com/13175/lest-we-forget-rev-lorenzo-waugh/ 

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: Lorenzo Waugh

Date: c. 1875 - 1880  

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-80-05

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Waugh, Mrs. Henry 1978-80-38

Lewis Dowe’s Portrait Photograph of Henry Waugh & Mrs. Waugh, c. 1877-1880

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: Lewis Dowe (b. 1838, New Hampshire)

Active in Petaluma: 1877-1880

Biographical Note: Dowe worked in Petaluma as both a “view” and portrait photographer.  After leaving Petaluma he worked in San Francisco, operated as a traveling photographer and by 1904, was working to repair musical instruments.

Bibliography: Mautz, pg. 95. 

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Henry Waugh and Mrs. Waugh

Description: Carte de visite of Henry Waugh and his wife. Mrs. Waugh wears a corseted, bustled dress with bows on the skirt and blouse. There is cinched detailing along the skirt and sleeves, and pleated ruffles along the skirt's hemline. The collar of the dress is a lacy bow. Her hair is done in sausage curls. Her hand rest's on Henry's shoulder, who is sitting next to her. He wears a three-piece suit with a white tie and shirt. His arm rests on a studio prop table.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size:  carte de visite, approximately 6.5 x 10.5 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: L. Dowe, Photographer, Petaluma, Cal.

Date: c. 1877-1880

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1978-80-38

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Whitfield, Unidentified 1981-835-05

Unidentified Photographer’s Portrait Photograph of Whitfield Woman, c. 1862-1866

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: Unidentified Photographer, Bradley & Rulofson

Studio Location: 429 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, California

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Unknown Whitfield woman

Description: Carte de visite of an unidentified Whitfield woman. The card is a great example of tinting used in the mid-1860s. The woman is looking over her shoulder. There is pink detailing around her collar, and rosiness in her lips and cheeks. Her hair pulled back into a chignon and secured with a pearl crown.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: carte de visite, approximately 6.25 x 10.5 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:1869 Whitfield. Bradley & Rulofson 429 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal. Additional copies can be had at any time”

Date: c. 1862-1866

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1981-835-05

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Whitney, Albie 1981-835-03

Lewis Dowe’s Portrait Photograph of Albie, Ella & Clara Whitney, c. 1877-1880

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: Lewis Dowe (b. 1838, New Hampshire)

Active in Petaluma: 1877-1880

Biographical Note: Dowe worked in Petaluma as both a “view” and portrait photographer. After leaving Petaluma he worked in San Francisco, operated as a traveling photographer and by 1904, was working to repair musical instruments.

Bibliography: Mautz, pg. 95.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Albie, Ella & Clara Whitney

Description: Cabinet card of Albie, Ella, and Clara Whitney. Ella and Clara are wearing dresses with buttons down the chest. Clara sits on a fringed studio chair wearing white tights and leather boots, while Ella stands behind her. Albie stands next to Ella wearing a child's suit. The studio chair, and Dowe's duration in Petaluma dates the photo to the late 1870's.

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: Albie, Ella, Clara

Date: c. 1877-1880

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1981-835-03

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Whitney, Albie 1981-835-06

Richard Reece Percival’s Portrait Photograph of Albion “Albie” Whitney, 1871

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: Richard Reece Percival, (b. 1835 England, d. 1917)

Active in Petaluma: 1865-1875

Biographical Note: Percival arrived into Petaluma in 1865 and took up residence at the American Hotel. He managed the “R. Percival’s Gallery Main Street, Petaluma, Cal” between 1865 and 1875.

Bibliography: Mautz, pg.131.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Albion “Albie” Whitney

Description: Carte de visite of one-year-old Albion (Albie) Whitney's bust. Whitney is wearing a dark infant's gown with a scooped neckline.

Biographical Note: Albion (Albie) Whitney was born in Petaluma on April 10th 1870 to Senator Albion P. Whitney and Susan Eastman. His siblings include; Calvin E., Cleora, Nancy Jane, Arthur L., Leona, Marcella, and Clara.

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment 

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size:  carte de visite, approximately 6.25 x 10.5 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: Albie 1 year Apr 10th 1871 Born Petaluma April 10th 1870. R. Percival, Photographer, Petaluma, Cal.

Date: 1871  

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1981-835-06

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Whitney, Albie 1981-835-12

John Quincy Reed’s Portrait Photograph of Albie Whitney, 1876

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: John Quincy Reed (b. 1842, Massachusetts, d. 1902)

Active in Petaluma: 1874-1898

Biographical Note: Reed worked from several different studios during his time in Petaluma.  In 1874 his studio was in the “American Hall, Main Street,” thereafter it was “Over Wells, Fargo & Co’s. Ex. Office, Main St” and finally it was “Brick Block, opposite McGuire’s Drug Store, Main Street.”  According to Palmquist, Reed was charged with arson for setting fire to property in Petaluma at the corner of Cleveland and College Avenues.

Bibliography: Palmquist, pgs. 452-53; Mautz, pg. 134.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Albie Whitney

Description: Carte de visite of a young Albion Whitney sitting. Whitney is wearing a child's sailor-themed suit with striping along the collar, cuffs, and pants. He has on a white shirt, white socks, and a large dark bow tie. He is sitting on a fringe studio prop chair, popular in the late 1860's/early 1870's.

Biographical Note: Albion Whitney was born April 10th 1870 in Petaluma to Senator Albion P. Whitney and Susan Eastman. Her siblings include; Calvin E., Cleora, Nancy Jane, Arthur L., Leona, Marcella, and Clara.

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size:  carte de visite, approximately 6.25 x 10.5 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: J.Q. Reed, Photographic Artist. Over Wells, Fargo & Co’s Ex. Office, Main St., Petaluma, Cal.

Date: 1876

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1981-835-12

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Whitney, Albie 1981-835-18

Unidentified Photographer’s Portrait Photograph of Albion Whitney & Unidentified Man, c. 1885 - 1892

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: Unidentified photographer, Zimmerman Portrait Gallery

Studio Location: St. Paul, Minnesota

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Albion Whitney and Unidentified man

Description: Carte de visite of Albion (Albie) Whitney and unidentified man. The photo is turned horizontally to incorporate the two men. Both men have parted and combed hair. Albie has a mustache. Both men wear fastened jackets with white shirts and ties. The photographer's foil text, men's fashion, and card format date this photo to the late 1880s. Cartes de visite went out of fashion around this time.

Biographical Note: Albion Whitney is the youngest son of Senator Albion P. Whitney and Susan Eastman. His siblings are Calvin E., Cleora, Nancy Jane, Arthur L., Leona, Marcella, and Clara.

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: carte de visite, approximately 6.25 x 10.5 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. 1885-1892

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1981-835-18

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Whitney, Albion Paris 1981-835-34

George Ross’ Portrait Photograph of Albion Paris Whitney, c. 1872-1876 

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer: George Ross (b. Feb. 2, 1832 Edinburgh Scotland; d. ******, 1893 Petaluma, CA) 

Active in Petaluma: 1862-1893

Biographical Note: Unlike the other 19th century Petaluma photographers, Ross lived in Petaluma for many years. Arriving in Petaluma in 1855 at age 23, he began his profession as a photographer in 1862, moving his studio within the city several times as noted on his various cdv imprints.  For a short time he was also part of a photographic studio partnership, Ross and Ormsby, on Main Street in Petaluma. Ross died in Petaluma and was buried ******

Bibliography: Palmquist, pgs. 461-463; Mautz, pg. 136.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Albion Paris Whitney

Description: add, augment

Biographical Note: Albion Paris Whitney was born on September 15, 1825 in Corinth, Maine to William and Olive Whitney. Whitney married Susan Eastman in 1850 and in 1861 he and his family moved to California. His children include: Calvin, Cleora, Arthur, Nancy Jane, Leona, Marcella, Albion, and Clara.

Albion Paris Whitney PDF

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: 

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: -

Date: c. 1872-1876

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1981-835-34

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Whitney, Annabelle St. John (also see St. John) 1992-IDI-02

Unidentified Photographer, Portrait Photograph of AnnaBelle St. John Whitney, c. 1895-1900

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  unidentified

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): AnnaBelle St. John Whitney

Description: Unique format cabinet card of AnnaBelle St. John Whitney. Whitney is wearing a corseted, bustled dress with a lace bodice. There is darker, paisley detailing along the bodice and skirt. She is standing with her hands clasped in front of her, and wearing a diamond bracelet. She has short curly bangs and the rest of her hair is pulled back.

Biographical Note: add, augment

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: Unique format cabinet card, approximately 12.5 x 17.5 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: AnnaBelle St. John married Arthur Whitney in 1882. Daughter of Isabelle Grigsby St. John Denman.

Date: c. 1895-1900  

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1992-IDI-02

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Whitney, Annabelle St. John (also see St. John) 1992-IDI-05

John A. Todd’s Portrait Photograph of AnnaBelle St. John Whitney & Children, 1889

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  John A. Todd,

Studio Location: 2126 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, California

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): AnnaBella St. John Whitney and Children

Description: Boudoir card of AnnaBelle St. John Whitney with two young girls. Belle has short curly bangs, characteristic of the 1880s, and the rest of her hair is pulled back. She has on a patterned dress with a lace collar. The two girls in front of her have on white lacey dress. The sepia tone denotes albumen processing on paper.

Biographical Note: AnnaBelle, or Belle, St. John is the wife of Arthur Leslie Whitney and the daughter-in-law of Senator Albion P. Whitney and Susan Eastman. Belle's mother is Isabell Grigsby St. John Denman

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: boudoir card, approximately 13.5 x 21.5 cm

Medium: Albumen processing on paper

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

Description, Reverse:Anna Whitney St. John Leslie.” Stamp reads: John A. Todd, Photographer, 2126 and 2128 Fillmore Street, Between California and Sacramento Streets, San Francisco, Cal.”

Date: 1889

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1992-IDI-05

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Whitney, Arthur 1981-835-29

I.W. Taber’s Portrait Photograph of Arthur Whitney, c. 1882-1886 

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  I.W. Taber, Taber Studio

Studio Location: 8 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, California.

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Arthur Whitney

Description: Cabinet card of Arthur Whitney in an oval frame. Whitney's hair is parted and combed. He is wearing a suit and tie with an upturned collar, characteristic of the 1880s.

Biographical Note: Arthur Whitney was the son of Senator Albion P. Henry and Susan Eastman. His siblings include; Calvin, Cleora, Nancy Jane, Leona, Marcella, Albion, and Clara. Arthur married AnnaBelle St. John, the daughter of Isabell Grigsby St. John Denman.

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: N/A

Date: c. 1882-1886

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1981-835-29

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Whitney, Ben 1981-835-27

Unidentified Photographer, Portrait Photograph of Ben Whitney, c. 1882-1890

THE PHOTOGRAPHER/ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO:

Photographer:  unidentified

THE SITTER(s):

Name(s): Ben Whitney

Description: Unique format portrait of Ben Whitney's bust in an oval frame with cartouche detailing. Whitney is wearing a suit and tie. He has a beard and combed hair. The gilted edges date this photo to the 1880's.

Biographical Note: Ben Whitney is possibly the brother of Senator Albion Paris Whitney.

Family Affiliation:

Bibliography: add, augment 

THE PHOTOGRAPH:

Format / Size: Unique format, approximately 4 x 5 cm

Medium: albumen photographic print

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

Description, Reverse: “Uncle Ben Whitney”

Date: c. 1882-1890

Condition: (note tears, foxing, fading)

Owner:  Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 1981-835-27

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