The Tuttle Collection

Laughing Tuttle baby in long christening gown with u-shaped eyelet embroidery pattern on hem and bodice. "BABY" bar pin. Full-length, in front of plain cloth backdrop (with v-shaped fold). Same subject in images #072 and #088.
Portrait of Floyd Tuttle (about 5 years old) wearing soldier costume, holding rifle. Stands in front of painted backdrop of water and tree. Same backdrop in #089, #127, #438, and #439.
St. Mary's by the Sea Episcopal Church, Central and 12th, looking from back (north) towards bay. Marked "Tuttle." Condition note: Stained negative: dark at top, faded in center.
Caves at Loop: Pebble Beach Cypress Point, showing tidepool with seaweed. "Tuttle" in lower left-hand corner. Condition note: Negative stained.
Dr. O.S. Trimmer and first wife, Rhoda, in cabriolet carriage with horse. At side of El Carmelo Hotel. Partial view of Chinese man at right. Similar views in images #092 and #388.
Sandy beach in Pebble Beach with Bird Rock off shore. "Tuttle" at lower right-hand corner.
Close up of fence surrounding reservoir, located where Cal Am now has corporation yard, near David Avenue. The reservoir was built in 1888, by the Pacific Improvement Company. It had a 140,000 gallon capacity (McLane, 1952). Chinese workers did much of the construction work. Full of water. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.
Shot across water in reservoir, located where Cal Am now has corporation yard, near David Avenue. The reservoir was built in 1888, by the Pacific Improvement Company. It had a 140,000 gallon capacity (McLane, 1952). Chinese workers did much of the construction work. View shows flowing pipe, reservoir full of water. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.
Cypress Tree along 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. "Tuttle" in bottom right-hand corner. Condition note: Stained across bottom third. Similar to image #084.
Tuttle baby in long christening gown and "BABY" bar pin propped up full-length in front of white backdrop.
Two toddlers in white cotton dresses pose in garden. Child standing at left is Tuttle; second child sits on wire park bench (moved, out of focus). Arch-shaped overlay on negative. Same subjects in images #098 and #143.
Artistic portrait of young girl (Gladys Tuttle). Bare shoulders, posed behind rolled carpet, wallpaper background.
Whitewashed Point Pinos Lighthouse from the back with out-building, fence, and hitching post. Hatted man in yard. According to Lighthouse Historian Jerry McCaffery, Allen Luce was the lighthouse keeper at the time, and Luce's records indicate that the entire building was whitewashed by October 20, 1891. Pat Hathaway notes that this photo is probably the work of C.W.J. Johnson, Tuttle's photography mentor.
Tuttle's original negative sleeve notation calls this, "Around the Horn." Mrs. Emily Tuttle, unidentified woman, and man (probably Pacific Improvement agent T.W. Cook) with surrey drawn by two horses on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Condition note: Bottom left of negative missing large section. Same people, horses, and nearby location in images #102 and #406.
Cypress Point, Pebble Beach. "Tuttle" in lower left-hand corner.
Tuttle's negative sleeve calls this "Saw Mill Gulch Bridge." Clark's Monterey County Place Names locates Sawmill Gutch in the Del Monte Forest, heading near Huckleberry Hill, and near the area once covered by Lake Majella, near Spanish Bay.
Saint John's Chapel at Del Monte (moved in 1957 to 1490 Mark Thomas Drive, Monterey). Designed by architect Ernest Coxhead; built 1891. Episcopal church founded by C.P. Huntington and C.H. Crocker. Shows elaborate arch with eagle emblem over gate, white fence. Signed "Tuttle" in lower right corner. Similar images: #105, #111, and #113.
Cart with five children, pulled by two donkeys, in front of El Carmelo Hotel. On unpaved Lighthouse Avenue, in front of current site of the Holman's building.
Close-up of whitewashed Point Pinos Lighthouse from the back with out-building, fence, and hitching post. According to Lighthouse Historian Jerry McCaffery, Allen Luce was the lighthouse keeper at the time, and Luce's records indicate that the entire building was whitewashed by October 20, 1891. Pat Hathaway notes that this photo is probably the work of C.W.J. Johnson, Tuttle's photography mentor.
Copy photo of slab of Cypress wood. Looks like same piece of wood in images #108 and #270.
Lone Cypress & rocks along 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Point Lobos in background; surf in foreground. Images #109 and #148 similar.
Pebble Beach off of 17-Mile Drive, near Point Joe. Cows in field near shoreline.
Saint John's Chapel at Del Monte (moved in 1957 to 1490 Mark Thomas Drive, Monterey). Designed by architect Ernest Coxhead; built 1891. Episcopal church founded by C.P. Huntington and C.H. Crocker. Shows elaborate arch with eagle emblem over gate, white fence. Signed "Tuttle" in lower right corner. Similar images: #105, #111, and #113.
Copy photo of stained front page of Ulster County Gazette (New York State), Vol. 2, No. 88, Saturday, January 4, 1800. Story on the death of George Washington on page 2 (see image #510).
Saint John's Chapel at Del Monte (moved in 1957 to 1490 Mark Thomas Drive, Monterey). Designed by architect Ernest Coxhead; built 1891. Episcopal church founded by C.P. Huntington and C.H. Crocker. Shows elaborate arch with eagle emblem over gate, white fence. Signed "Tuttle" in lower right corner. Similar images: #105, #111, and #113.
Shoreline road in Pacific Grove, with land point in background. Glimpse of railroad trach through fence. Advertising signs on pine trees. See image #115 for similar view.
Sporty man wears bowler hat while sitting on spotted horse. Along waterfront, tracks of railway line visible. Same man, horse, locale in #115 and #459.
Bird Rock (aka Seal Rocks) off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach, covered with Brandt's Cormorants. Condition note: Some small spots on negative. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-#506.
Woman sitting on fallen Pine limb. Negative image.
Kissing Rocks (officially named by City Council in April 1970), also known as Arch Rock, along Oceanview Blvd., at Esplanade, with crashing surf. Chunk of left-hand-side rock has fallen off since photo was taken. Views of Kissing Rocks in images #80, #118, #236, #243, #516, and #589.
Close-up of flood gate at reservoir, located where Cal Am now has corporation yard, near David Avenue. Men stand around gate. The reservoir was built in 1888, by the Pacific Improvement Company. It had a 140,000 gallon capacity (McLane, 1952). Chinese workers did much of the construction work. Low water. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.
Three women, man in garden in front of El Carmelo Hotel on Lighthouse Avenue. From left: Mrs. Rhoda Trimmer, unknown woman (looks like Rhoda's sister), Dr. O.S. Trimmer, unidentified woman in plaid cape coat.
Close up of Ingham family marker, which reads: "Mary Justina wife of Geo. F. Ingham / Jan. 3 1891 / 38 yrs 11 mo 27 days / Native of Stoughton, Mass." Not at El Carmelo Cemetery.
Tuttle baby in very long pin-tucked and eyelet hemmed christening gown. Full length, propped up by person behind backdrop. Same "BABY" bar pin as in images #068 and #508.
Two oval portraits c1860. Each is of a different young woman. Ovals are shaped differently. Portrait on right may be Emily Young (Tuttle). Condition note: Copy negative has masked out portion.
Portrait of Rhoda Trimmer in light-on-dark floral pattern bodice. Wears locket or watch at left chest.
Close-up of seated man with dark hair, beard, and mustache, mole between eyes. Sits in yard with nearby houses visible (though out of focus).
Tuttle daughter stands on decorative column in garden (probably front of El Carmelo Hotel). Wears velvet embellished outfit with sash decorated with pom poms. Condition note: Image washed out near center.
Portrait of reclining Gladys Tuttle (about 4 years old), on bear skin, in front of painted backdrop with tree and water. Wears cotton sailor top, dark skirt. Same backdrop in #089, #127, #438, and #439.
Chubby young girl in dark dress and pixie stocking cap with tassel stands at left of man sitting on tree stump. He wears suit; tie held with metal slide. Wide-brimmed Homburg hat sits on stump beside him. Same subject and location in images #075 and #128.
Tuttle daughter, in white organdy dress with lace embellishments, long hair around shoulders, sits on settee with book in lap. Floral brocade wallpaper in background. Same location, dress in images #129 and #460.
Nude baby (Floyd Tuttle) facing left, nestled on cotton in half of a giant clam shell (Tridacna). Same or similar shell visible on steps of Trimmer Hill in #082 and #572. Images of Floyd in shell: #430, #130a, #130b, #157, and #158.
Nude baby (Floyd Tuttle) facing right, nestled on cotton in half of a giant clam shell (Tridacna). Condition note: Bubbles near face on negative emulsion. Images of Floyd in shell: #430, #130a, #130b, #157, and #158.
Stereo view of reservoir, located where Cal Am now has corporation yard, near David Avenue. The reservoir was built in 1888, by the Pacific Improvement Company. It had a 140,000 gallon capacity (McLane, 1952). Chinese workers did much of the construction work. View shows men working around edge. Almost dry. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.
From right: Winnifred and Gladys Tuttle stand near house with wood shingles. Both wear adult clothing. Same people and setting in images #071 and #132.
Gray cat sits on fence post in front of garden at first Trimmer cottage at 6th Street and Laurel Avenue. The same cat is in image #152; same fence post around house in #466 and #480.
Dr. O.S. Trimmer and wife, Rhoda, sit on either side of screened fireplace in living room of house, probably the early cottage later replaced by Trimmer Hill. Shelves filled with shells, coral, stereo opticon on table. See images #466 and #480 for exterior view of Trimmer cottage.
Baby in wicker and bentwood baby carriage sitting on path in rock-edged garden. Other buildings in background. Picket gate with scrollwork corners at top of entry framework. Lattice fence.
Tuttle baby in very long pin-tucked and eyelet hemmed christening gown. Full length, propped up by person behind fringed backdrop; supporting hand visible to left of baby. Same "BABY" bar pin as in images #068 and #508.