Mystic Seaport

About This Collection

Pages

A. C. Tift house, High Street, Mystic
View of a large house identified as the A. C. Tift house, High Street, Mystic. The dwelling appears to be a two-story structure with clapboard siding, multiple chimneys and a square cupola with windows framed by shutters. Women stand on the porch, at least one holding a parasol or umbrella. A man and woman stand in front of the steps., Environment, Infrastructure, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A. Crocker
Studio portrait of a man identified as A. Crocker., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Name is from envelope list. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A. W. Smith of Black Rock on deck of sailboat
A man identified as Albert W. Smith of Black Rock stands next to the mast on the deck of a sailboat, probably the sloop yacht Colleen Bawn. Smith wears a nautical cap, and is looking at the camera. The boat is on starboard tack., Infrastructure, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Colleen Bawn was an auxiliary sloop yacht designed and built by Bedell, Stratford, 1914, and partly rebuilt in 1922. She was owned by Albert W. Smith of Black Rock for part of her career. Handwritten in pencil on back: "A W smith/ Spring 1920".
A.B. Mitchell child
Studio portrait of a young child identified as the A.B. Mitchell child., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
Abberta (Alberta) Keeney
Studio portrait of a girl or young woman identified as Abberta [possibly Alberta] Keeney., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
Abbie Bentley
Studio portrait of a girl identified as Abbie Bentley., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
Abbie Campbell of Mystic
Three-quarter length portrait of a young woman identified as Abbie Campbell of Mystic. Her hair is parted in the middle and pulled back in what appears to be a hairnet., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Handwritten in pen on page below photograph: "Abbie Campbell" Tintype in carte de visite format in album. Image visible through rectangular opening with raised design around it.
Abbie Latham
Studio portrait of a young woman. "Abbie Latham" is scratched on the plate., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
Abbie Ogden
Studio portrait of a woman. "Abbie Ogden" is scratched on the plate., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Negative number 2872 is scratched on the plate. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
Abner Weeks baby
Studio portrait of an infant identified as the Abner Weeks baby., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
Ada Armstrong
Studio portrait of a woman identified as Ada Armstrong., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
Ada May (boat) hauled out at Joe Butson's
Bow view of the fishing boat Ada May of Noank, hauled out at Joe Butson's, possibly a boatyard in Noank. Houses and a waterfront can be seen in the background., Infrastructure, Livelihood, Title supplied by cataloger. The Ada May was built in 1906 by Ern Davis assisted by Will Smith builders.
Ada Newbury and Mrs. T.H. Newbury in a carriage on River Road, Mystic
A woman and child identified as Mrs. T.H. Newbury and Ada (Adah) Newbury are in a horse-drawn carriage apparently heading upriver (north) on River Road, Mystic. Carriage is facing away from the camera., Environment, Infrastructure, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. The woman is probably his mother. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury and Perkins cousins in daisy field
Three children identified as Alla Lynne Perkins, Leland Clift Perkins and Ada (Adah) Newbury sit in a field of daisies. The girls wear bonnets. The boy is bare-headed., Environment, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Ada (Adah) Newbury was the daughter of Edward H.; in later life she dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada. Alla Lynne and Leland Clift Perkins were her maternal cousins.
Ada Newbury and Perkins cousins next to a swing
Two girls wearing ruffled bonnets and dresses and a boy wearing a hat stand next to a swing in what appears to be a backyard. The children are identified (left to right) as Alla Lynne Perkins (Allyn), Ada (Adah) Newbury and Leland Clift Perkins. A bicycle is partially visible to the left, behind the tree from which the swing appears to be hanging., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Possibly in the Mystic area. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada. The Perkins children were maternal cousins of Ada Newbury.
Ada Newbury and wicker baby carriage, Willow Street, Mystic
A small child identified as Ada Newbury stands in front of the Newbury house on Willow Street, Mystic. She has her hand on the handle of a wicker baby carriage., Infrastructure, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury in a field
A young girl identified as Ada Newbury stands outside in a yard or field, possibly in the Mystic area. She wears a bonnet and a dress or smock., Environment, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada. Edward H. Newbury was a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Mounted on white card, embossed floral border, round corners, 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 in.
Ada Newbury in daisy field
A young girl identified as Ada (Adah) Newbury stands in a field of daisies holding a bouquet of flowers. She wears a ruffled hat and smock. A river and shore, probably the Mystic River and west/Groton shore, can be seen in the background., Environment, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Ada (Adah) Newbury was the daughter of Edward H.; in later life she dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada. Mounted on white card, embossed floral border, round corners.
Ada Newbury of Mystic and a woman (Annie Newbury) reading book
A young child identified as Ada Newbury sits on a woman's lap. The woman is identified as probably her mother, Annie Newbury. They are both holding and looking at an open book., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Edward H. Newbury was a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury of Mystic and another girl next to a brick wall
Two girls stand outside next to a brick wall. The smaller girl to the left is identified as Ada Newbury of Mystic. Both girls are wearing coats, bonnets, and what appear to be feather boas., Infrastructure, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Edward H. Newbury was a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada. Mounted on white card, embossed border,square corners, 5 1/4 x 3 9/16 in.
Ada Newbury of Mystic and two other girls playing
Three young girls are playing in what is possibly a backyard in the Mystic area. Two girls stand on the left, apparently playing with what appear to be dishes or pots and pans arranged on a large wooden box. The girl on the right is identified as Ada Newbury. To the right a girl in a hat is on a swing. All three children wear dresses or smocks., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Possibly in the Mystic area. Edward H. Newbury was a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada. Print from glassplate negative. Mounted on white card, embossed border, round corners, 5 7/16 x 7 7/16 in.
Ada Newbury of Mystic and two other girls playing in a yard
Three young girls play in a yard. Two are on either side of a wood box making mud pies. The girl to the right is identified as Ada (Adah) Newbury of Mystic. Farther to the right another girl sits on a swing., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury of Mystic blowing soap bubbles
A girl identified as Ada (Adah) Newbury stands at a table blowing soap bubbles. A large bowl is on the table in front of her., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury of Mystic blowing soap bubbles
A girl identified as Ada (Adah) Newbury stands at a table blowing soap bubbles. A large bowl is on the table in front of her., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury of Mystic in a nightgown, holding a candle
A girl identified as Ada Newbury stands in a room holding a candle. She is barefooted and holds a candlestick in her left hand., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury of Mystic in front of a curtain
A child identified as Ada Newbury stands in front of a patterned curtain. Wallpaper with a floral pattern can also be seen behind her., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Edward H. Newbury was a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury of Mystic in front of a lace curtain
A young child identified as Ada Newbury stands in front of a lace curtain. Wallpaper with a floral pattern can also be seen behind her., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Edward H. Newbury was a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada. On tape on negative "4-R9755".
Ada Newbury of Mystic on a swing
A girl identified as Ada (Adah) Newbury sits on a swing looking at the camera. She wears a cap tied in a bow under her chin and what appears to be a sailor-style jacket., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury of Mystic playing with blocks
A young child identified as Ada Newbury sits on a patterned carpet or rug playing with blocks. A toy cat and wicker basket are visible to the left. A patterned curtain can be seen in the background., Infrastructure, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.
Ada Newbury of Mystic reading a magazine
A girl identified as Ada Newbury sits in a chair reading a a copy of Photograms '97, an annual photography magazine., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Taken by Edward H. Newbury, a Mystic businessman and amateur photographer. Adah Newbury, daughter of Edward H., in later life dropped the "h" for a more fashionable spelling of Ada.

Pages