Army training games at field above Point Cabrillo (approximately where American Tin Cannery building is in 2004). Tents and flagpole visible at right. Group includes buffalo soldier pole vaulting. Pat Hathaway identifies it as buffalo soldiers' training at camp set up above Chinese village.
Far shot of Point Pinos Lighthouse from the back gate. Flagpole at center, and several large outbuildings to right. At far right, loaded cart visible. Tuttle's daughter stands in unpaved road.
Far shot of Point Pinos Lighthouse from the back gate. Flagpole at center, and several large outbuildings to right. At far right, loaded cart visible.
Girl wearing pinafore sits on pony in front of row of pine trees.
See images #338, #339, and #340 for same pony & locale.
Girl wearing pinafore sits on pony in front of house and swing chair.
See images #337, #339, and #340 for same pony & locale.
Girl wearing pinafore sits on pony in front of row of pine trees.
See images #337, #338, and #340 for same pony & locale.
One of Tuttle's daughters on pony, in front of house and row of Pine trees.
See images #337, #338, and #339 for same pony & locale.
Copy photo of Carmel Mission. Pat Hathaway identifies the original photo is by Carleton E. Watkins, c1880.
Stone statue of Father Serra and boat. Erected by Jane Stanford in 1891. Commemorates the June 3, 1770 landing of Father Serra. Located on Presidio in Monterey.
Condition note: Scan much better than print. Bottom left corner missing from negative, taped, out of focus.
Oak stump with some foliage, and a white wooden cross at right. This was called the Vizcaino-Serra Oak, and marked the site where Sebastian Vizcaino said Mass in 1602 and Father Serra said Mass in 1770. The tree was also dubbed "The Charter Tree," and died around 1904. Part of the tree was later made into a chair and another part was placed behind the Royal Presidio Chapel in Monterey. The site is now beneath Lighthouse Avenue, but a nearby Celtic cross-on Pacific Street near the gate to the Presidio-has replaced the wooden cross.
Condition note: Flat image, double exposure.
Identified by Pat Hathaway. Also see entry in Clark's Monterey County Place Names for more info.
Tuttle's original negative sleeve notes: "Race in woods, Edgerly trip." Tuttle family picnic. Gladys and Winnifred run down forest path towards Emily Tuttle and Mrs. Edgerly (at left), Mr. Edgerly (with very long beard, and Arthur Edgerly. Photo taken with Cyclone camera.
Tuttle's original negative sleeve notes: "Race in woods / Edgerly trip / looking southeast / Monterey Bay side." Tuttle family picnic. Group walks on forest path.
House interior with 17 women, look like school teachers--many hold books. Floodlight hooked to overhead fixture. View of Carmel Mission over door.
See also image #303.
Gladys, Winnifred, and Floyd Tuttle in front of shrubs and trees. Gladys and Winnie curtsy.
From left: Gladys, Winnifred, Floyd Tuttle, and Mrs. Emily Tuttle playing in snow outside of Lighthouse Avenue pharmacy / apartment roof. They are brandishing snowballs at each other.
House with pitched roof, bay window, address is 839. Woman leans on rail at top of steps; man stands in front of fence. Tuttle negative sleeve notes: "Tevis Job 1901."
Same house as in image #309
Two-story house with rose tree out front. Open umbrella on second-story porch. Sign to left of rose bush reads, "Safe Anchorage." Looks like same house in #298, #299, and #577 across from Jewell Park, on Forest Avenue.
Also see image #306.
Three houses, across from empty lot. Early index lists them as, "Houses along Forest Avenue."
Condition note: Scan or print is flipped horizontally.
Mrs. Snell's rose-covered cottage (from Tuttle negative sleeve notation). Address on house is 116. Mrs. E.C. Snell's residence is listed as150 Forest Ave. in the 1905 Perry Directory as 160. Derby-hatted man (real estate & insurance agent William T. Jenison) sits out front of house. His address is listed in 1905 Perry Directory as 160 15th , and his business as 210 Grand Ave.
Same house as in # 302.
Two-story house with corner tower. On Oceanview Blvd. at Greenwood Park (12th Street). Back of Christian Church on Central Avenue is visible. Little boy with ball stands on tree stump out front.
Pre-teen boy and toddler girl in bonnet sit on front steps of house.
Same baby and stairs in #045, #254, and #354.
Tuttle's daughter, Gladys, in white cotton dress and holding rolled diploma bends over flower bouquets filling corner of room (probably apartment above pharmacy on Lighthouse Avenue). High school graduation?
Same locale & subject in #255, #355, and #356
Tuttle's daughter, Gladys, in white cotton dress stands with hands behind back at right of flower bouquets filling corner of room with floral pattern carpet. (Probably apartment above pharmacy on Lighthouse Avenue.) High school graduation?
Same locale & subject in #255, #355, and #356.
Woman holds baby on lap in garden below house window. Large jasmine plant in background.
Condition note: Dark area at bottom of image.
Same setting & baby as in image #280.
Still life: dresser with roses in Bristol glass vase reflects in mirror. Art above has name "Dekko," petticoat draped over mirror. Probably in Tuttle apartment above Lighthouse Avenue pharmacy.
Woman in Gibson Girl-type outfit and straw hat lies in hammock with wooden A framework. Cutout window surrounds on board & batten house.
Cypress trees near Point Pinos.
Cypress trees with fallen trunks on ground.
Lone Cypress tree at Midway Point, on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach.
Loop & coast at 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach, horse-drawn surrey in background. C.K. Tuttle's original negative sleeve includes the name, "Judson."
Loop & coast at 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Cypress tree, rocks, and shoreline. On his original negative sleeve, Tuttle noted using a Korona Special camera.
Cypress Tree on 17-Mile Drive, Pebble Beach, with Point Lobos in distance.
Seated man (Mr. J. Judson) on rock, standing woman (Mrs. Judson), with Pacific Grove shoreline in background.
Carriage crosses bridge on unpaved 17-Mile Drive in Del Monte Forest (Pebble Beach). Two unidentified girls stand outside of carriage, Dr. O.S. Trimmer) and women (one is Emily Tuttle) are seated in carriage.
Army training games at field above Point Cabrillo. Group includes buffalo soldier pole vaulting. Pat Hathaway identifies it as buffalo soldiers' training at camp located above site of Chinese village at Point Cabrillo (approximately where American Tin Cannery building is in 2004).
Mr. Asbantes, two girls sit on park bench (Golden Gate Park in SF?, Del Monte Hotel?).
Stores along south side of Lighthouse Avenue, at corner of Grand, looking up toward Kent Stables. Tobacco, Hardware, Grocer.
Better view in image #471.
Condition note: Lifted emulsion, plate cracked, top corners missing.
Molting buffalo with ring through nose and chain stands in field near 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Winston (owned hotel on Lighthouse Ave., where Lighthouse Café is now) brought these to the Peninsula, and they lived in Pebble Beach.
Condition note: Bottom right, top right corners missing.
Tuttle/Trimmer family picnic. Forest setting. From left: Rhoda Benjamin Trimmer sits on granite boulder and holds frame, unknown man, Dr. Oliver S. Trimmer, toddler (Floyd Tuttle ?), and Emily Tuttle. Biographical information from Carol Mazur's Trimmer Hill: Connecting the Past to the Present.
Girl in velvet coat holding roses, baby in wicker carriage. Stand on circular driveway at El Carmelo Hotel. Same christening gown as in image #137 (presumably, same baby--Winnifred Tuttle).
Condition note: Holes in negative's emulsion.
Looking west down Lighthouse Ave. Commercial buildings visible include: at left (south side of street) from left: Tuttle Pharmacy, grocery store, Grand Ave., Cope plumbing, E. Cooke Smith real estate, J.B. Norton grocery store, hotel. Horse-drawn streetcar in center of street. North side of street (at right in photo): corner of PI building, Odd Fellows building w/ A.A. Steiner grocery store, dry good, freestanding "meals, exchange sign. Horse drinks from fountain.
Condition note: Overhead wires masked on negative.
Very similar to image #385. Images #025, #382, #385, and #469 form panorama.
Homes at 142 and 140 Forest Ave. Early Methodist minister, Dr. T.H. Sinex (holds walking stick) and family stand in front of 142. House, with lacy fretwork, was built in 1884. Next door is exterior-framed cottage-the Thornton house, built in 1887. Both are still extant.
Lighthouse Avenue, looking west, lots of men standing on south side of street, one man (Pacific Improvement Co.'s Retreat Superintendent, B.A. Eardley) in center of street.
Condition note: Negative cracked. Also, taped, flat, and out of focus.
Lighthouse Avenue, unpaved, shows streetcar tracks. Commercial buildings visible include: from left (south side of street): Tuttle Pharmacy, grocery store, Grand Ave., Cope plumbing, E. Cooke Smith real estate, J.B. Norton grocery store, hotel. North side of street (at right in photo): corner of PI building, Odd Fellows building with A.A. Steiner grocery store, dry good, freestanding cresent-shaped sign. Horse pulling Cope plumbing wagon drinks from fountain in front of PI building.
Pat Hathaway indicates that images #469, #385, and #025 form panorama.
Man in peaked cap holds sunfish (mola) at Lovers Point, probably under water tower at Hopkins Marine Station.
Condition note: Stain at top right corner.
Looks like same man in images #451 and #452.
Taken from roof of Hall & Wolfe Avenue Store (across Grand and Lighthouse streets). Front of El Carmelo Hotel looking northeast. Gas streetlight visible. Man holds child's hand. Pampas grass in hotel garden. Glimpse of half of "Old Parlor" at far right.
Similar views in images #101, #390, and #387.
Dr. O.S. Trimmer and first wife, Rhoda, in cabriolet carriage with horse. At side of El Carmelo Hotel.
Condition note: Top left corner has raised emulsion; top right corner missing. Taped on both sides. Out of focus.
Similar views in images #092 and #388.
Front of El Carmelo Hotel from across Lighthouse Ave., looking northeast. San Francisco Chronicle ad on pine tree.
Similar views in images #101, #390, and #387.
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