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(Mouse) Island seen from Noank
(Mouse) Island seen from Noank
View of a rocky shoreline with an island, probably Mouse Island, partially visible in the background. Several cottages can be seen on the island. Printed in lower left: ""P 8001 Muse [sic] Island, Noank, Conn."", Environment, Infrastructure, Title supplied by cataloger. Printed on back: ""Underwood & Underwood, New York and London."" Possibly taken by E.A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
(Mrs.) W.S. Hewitt
(Mrs.) W.S. Hewitt
Studio portrait of a woman. ""W.S. Hewitt"" is scratched on the plate., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Nearly identical to 1977.160.1768, portrait of Mrs. W.S. Hewitt. Negative number 2965 is scratched on the plate. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
(Railroad) bridge with advertisement for baby food
(Railroad) bridge with advertisement for baby food
View of a bridge, possibly a railroad bridge in Putnam. Sign painted on the bridge overpass reads: ""DARIDGES(?) FOOD for INFANTS & INVALIDS"". To the left, lettering painted on the stones of the bridge can be seen. Just to the right, a wagon is moving away from the camera toward the bridge. Two people, one possibly a boy, can be seen on the wagon in rear view. A small dog is visible in the unpaved road in the foreground. To the right of the bridge, a stairway leads up toward a building, possibly a railroad station, with mansard roof, chimneys and dormers., 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.
(West) Main Street, Mystic, looking northeast
(West) Main Street, Mystic, looking northeast
View of West Main Street, Mystic, looking northeast toward Central Hall. Men and boys, at least one holding a shovel, are on the snow-covered street. Signs can be seen on each of the six buildings visible. Building on the far left has a sign for ""MYRTLE SALOON"". The one-story structure with vertical plank siding next to it has a sign over the door reading ""FERTILIZERS"". The I.W. Denison store has two ""I.W. DENISON & CO"" signs, one on the roof and one over the storefront. A sign projects from the second story that reads in part ""DENTIST"". Signs on the two buildings to the right, on the other side of Gravel Street, read: 'HATS CAPS/? & SHOES"" and ""F.M. MANNING"". On the far right is Central Hall. A sign over one of the storefronts reads: 'ALBANY GRAIN STORE""., Environment, Infrastructure, Livelihood, Title supplied by cataloger.Handwritten on back left side: ""E.A. Scholfield, Mystic, Conn."" and on the right side, ""Main St. Mystic, Conn."" Everett A. Scholfield was a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913. The area of Mystic village on the Groton side of the Mystic River was called Mystic River. This area had formerly been known as Portersville.Building that houses Myrtle Saloon is identified as Buckley's Block. Central Hall was also known as Merchants Block.Negative is dated ca. 1869.Albumen stereograph, mounted on yellow card, square corners.
A. C. Tift house, High Street, Mystic
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
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. 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
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.
A.E. Maynard children
A.E. Maynard children
Studio portrait of three children identified as the A.E. Maynard children., 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.E. Rogers
A.E. Rogers
Studio portrait of a man. "A.E. Rogers" is scratched on the plate., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Negative number 1362 is scratched on the plate. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A.H. Chappell baby
A.H. Chappell baby
Studio portrait of an infant identified as the A.H. Chappell baby., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Information from paper sleeve. Possibly of some relation to Alfred Hebard Chappell and Adelaide Shepard Chappell of New London. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A.J. Bentley baby
A.J. Bentley baby
Studio portrait of an infant identified as the A.J. Bentley 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.
A.J. Bentley child
A.J. Bentley child
Studio portrait of a child (apparently a girl) identified as the A.J. Bentley child. She is wearing a long coat and a hat, and holds a muff., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Possibly the child of Andrew Jackson Bentley, proprietor of the Columbia Steam Saw Mills of East New London. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A.J. Bentley children
A.J. Bentley children
Studio portrait of two children identified as the A.J. Bentley children., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Information from paper sleeve. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A.J. Bentley son
A.J. Bentley son
Studio portrait of a boy identified as the A.J. Bentley son., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Information from paper sleeve. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A.J. Potter
A.J. Potter
Studio portrait of a man. "A.J. Potter" 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.
A.L. Day boys
A.L. Day boys
Studio portrait of two children identified as the A.L. Day boys., 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.N. Griffin boy
A.N. Griffin boy
Studio portrait of a child identified as the A.N. Griffin boy., 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.R. Derwolf (Dewolf) child
A.R. Derwolf (Dewolf) child
Studio portrait of a young child identified as the A.R. Derwolf[?] child., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Information from paper sleeve. Possibly Dewolf or DeWolf. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A.S. Howard
A.S. Howard
Studio portrait of a man. "A.S. Howard" is scratched on the plate., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Negative number 2960 is scratched on the plate. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
A.V. Morgan residence, Noank
A.V. Morgan residence, Noank
View of a waterfront house with clapboard siding identified as the A.V. Morgan residence. Steps lead from an arbor in front of the house down a grassy embankment to a dock in the foreground. Boats cat be seen on either side of the dock. Printed in the border below the picture: ""P8004 A. V. Morgan Residence, Noank, Conn.""Handwritten message on the reverse reads: ""August 14/We arrived here last Friday. Sorry we did not see you in Boston. We were there Friday from 9 until 3 o'clock. We are having a perfectly lovely time in Noank. We have the use of a motor boat and are living in it most of the time. Mr. G. has gone to Ansonia today[?] to officiate at Mrs. ___'s funeral. Love from us all. G.M.G."" Addressed to ""Mrs. A. H. Dingle/43 Neponset Ave./ Dorchester/Mass."" Printed on the reverse: ""Underwood & Underwood, New York and London."", Infrastructure, Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Postmarked Mystic (possibly 1914). One-cent stamp.
A.W. Brown
A.W. Brown
Studio portrait of a man identified as A.W. Brown., Lifestyle, Title supplied by cataloger. Name is from envelope list. Negative number 1392 is scratched on the plate. Taken by Everett A. Scholfield, a professional photographer who worked primarily in Mystic and New London from 1865-1913.
Abberta (Alberta) Keeney
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.

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