The Tuttle Collection

Large mound of flowers, predominantly calla lilies, arranged on fresh grave. Small wooden marker nearby has "B2" marked. Tree stumps in background.
Many flower tributes around fresh grave in El Carmelo Cemetery. Horse and surrey carriage in background. Wheel-shaped floral, and one spells out "ALICE." Same grave in images #490 and 497.
Interior of Methodist Church on Lighthouse Ave. strewn with Easter lilies. Pointed arch over stage, wooden seats, small wooden organ or piano on stage. Letters hanging around stage read: "HE SHALL SAVE · HIS PEOPLE · FROM THEIR SINS / BECAUSE I LIVE YE SHALL LIVE ALSO." Cross-shaped flower arrangment on stage.
House interior. Fireplace with large mass of flower arrangements in front. Carved mirror hangs above.
Large mound of flowers, predominantly calla lilies, arranged on fresh grave. Between two small wooden markers nearby with "B2" and "SWB2" marked. Tree stumps in background.
View of a cemetery (not El Carmelo), centered on Ingham family plot. Large marker reads: "Mary Justina wife of Geo. F. Ingham / Jan. 3 1891 / 38 yrs 11 mo 27 days / Native of Stoughton, Mass." Fresh flowers on small marker to left.
Flower arch "headstone" at top of flower-strewn fresh grave. Images #495 and #496 are views of same grave.
Close-up view of flower arch "headstone" at top of flower-strewn fresh grave. Images #495 and #496 are views of same grave.
Many flower tributes around fresh grave in El Carmelo Cemetery. Horse and surrey carriage in background. Wheel-shaped floral and one spells out "ALICE." Same grave in images #490 and 497.
Older man in bowler hat and full beard sits in front of painted tree backdrop. His vest is frayed at edges, and hands are gnarled. Condition note: Holes in emulsion of negative.
Portrait of Tuttle daughter, bare shoulders, leans on fleur-de-lys carpet/fabric.
Empty nests in foreground, nestling and adult Brandt's Cormorants on Bird Rock, off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-#506.
Brandt's Cormorants on Bird Rock offshore of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Some nests visible. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-#506.
Two men stand at left of image, one pointing at Brandt's Cormorant nest on Bird Rock offshore of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Many nests and adult birds surround them, some nests with eggs visible. Condition note: Crackle pattern in negative's emulsion. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-#506.
Three scientists (same three men in #504) from Hopkins stand on Bird Rock (off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach), amidst nesting colony of Brandt's Cormorants. From left: Frank Mace MacFarland, man in sailcloth cap holds bucket, man in suit smokes cigar, examines egg. Adults and nestlings, some birds in flight.Carlson later taught at Univ. of Chicago and was the president of the American Physiological Society. MacFarland taught at Hopkins and became co-director in the mid 1910s. He later became director of California Academy of Science. Piney Paradise lists Dr. F.M. MacFarland as co-director of Hopkins from 1915-17. His specialty was sea slugs. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-#506.
Close up of Hopkins Marine Station's MacFarland, Carlson, and Gilman (same three men in #503), standing around Brandt's Cormorant nest on Bird Rock (off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach). Man in center holds egg, with blurred image of hands in motion.Hopkins Seaside Lab documents provided by Hopkins Marine librarian, Joe Wible, list Philip Kingsworth Gilman as a student of physiology in 1900. Anton Julius Carlson is listed as a physiology student in 1901/2. Piney Paradise lists Dr. F.M. MacFarland as co-director of Hopkins from 1915-17. His specialty was sea slugs. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-#506.
Flock of Brandt's Cormorants on Bird Rock on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Some birds in flight. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506.
3 Brandt's Cormorant chicks in nest on Bird Rock off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506.
Studio portrait of mustached man standing in front of plain cloth backdrop. Wears stripped jacket, hat pushed back. Same man, jacket is at left in #067.
Copy photo of Tuttle baby in white cotton dress with eyelet detail and exposed underslip with different eyelet pattern. Sits on chair covered with patterned carpet. Same subject in images #068, #097, #142, and #508.
Stereo view of reservoir flood gate, 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.
Copy photo of stained page 2 of Ulster County Gazette (New York State), Vol. 2, No. 88, Saturday, January 4, 1800. Story on the death of George Washington at bottom right. See #112 for front page of newspaper. Condition note: Cracked negative, taped.
Copy photo of young woman in c1860 dress. Original is an early tintype, thicker than later tintype metal. Original has upside-down printing at bottom: MELAINOTYPE PLATE FOR NEFF'S PROCESS Pat 19 Feb 56. Is mounted via two nails on stenciled box panel.
Copy photo of studio portrait of boy. Image is dry mounted on larger board, shot against wood board.
Older man and woman stand near fence in garden of board and batten cottage surrounded by lattice fence. Condition note: Light spot and emulsion damage in center of negative.
Monterey Pine trees with hanging moss/lichen.
Monterey Pine trees with hanging moss/lichen.
Kissing Rock, also known as Arch Rock, along Oceanview Blvd. at Esplanade. Tuttle daughter, Winnifred, sits at left. Views of Kissing Rocks in images #80, #118, #236, #243, #516, and #589.
Lighthouse Avenue looking toward west, shows horse-drawn street car approaching. Condition note: Large areas of emulsion gone, part of negative missing.
Two houses with verandahs. One of them belonged to Tuttle family, and was located at northeast corner of Fountain & Lighthouse avenues. Condition note: Over 1" missing from left side of negative. Same house(s) in #055, #518, #445, #483, #487, and #521.
Lone Cypress tree, off 17-Mile Drive at Midway Point, in Pebble Beach. "Tuttle" in lower right-hand corner.
Lone Cypress tree, off 17-Mile Drive at Midway Point, in Pebble Beach. "Tuttle" in lower right-hand corner.
Two-chimney house with long verandah. House belonged to Tuttle's mother, Jane, and was located at northeast corner of Fountain & Lighthouse avenues. Mrs. Emily Tuttle, baby and toddler on porch. Wicker baby carriage at side. Same building in images #445, #521, #483, and #487.
Crowd of seated concert goers at Lovers Point, band on platform, all below municipal bathhouse. Condition note: Emulsion damage at top left-hand corner.
Bieghle Haeberling wedding at First Methodist Church on Lighthouse Ave. Bride and groom stand in aisle, 7 others in wedding party stand on church stage. Round arch behind. Two additional males in aisle. Woman plays organ at right. See #523, #545, #579, #580, and #581 for similar subjects.
End of Lovers Point, Lookout, wooden pier, sweep of many Chinese sailboats near horizon.
Hopkins Marine Station building at Lovers Point. Unpainted wood building and water tower appears shorter than in 05.0-292-B. Crates, barrels, and whale bones at side of building. What is now know as Hopkins Marine Station was originally called Hopkins Sea Side Laboratory. Built in 1892 on land at Lovers Point gifted from the Pacific Improvement Co., it was the first marine lab on the American west coast. It was moved to its current location at Point Cabrillo (or China Point) in 1916. It is a branch of Stanford University's Department of Biological Sciences.
Crowd of seated concert goers at Lovers Point, band on platform, all below municipal bathhouse. Condition note: Emulsion damage at top & bottom left-hand corners.
Lovers Point, glass-bottom swan boat (and sign), boats, Lookout, Japanese tea house, windmill, Bathhouse Smith's barn house. Condition note: Tape marks at left & right edges.
View of crowded beach at Lovers Point below municipal bathhouse. Looking toward arched door of bathhouse and steps, brass band on platform. Local business signs visible at back of balcony. Advertisements for Holman's Dept. Store, Coneys, Sheppa's Grocery, Long & Gretta's Drug Store, Mrs. Fisher's Apts at back of covered balcony. Condition note: Emulsion damaged at bottom and right.
Lovers Point, glass-bottom swan boat (and sign), curve of bathing beach with waves, sailboats, boats, Lookout, Japanese tea house, windmill, Bathhouse Smith's barn house.
Lovers Point, glass-bottom swan boat sign, boats, Lookout, Japanese tea house, windmill, Bathhouse Smith's barn house.
Beach at Lovers Point, glass-bottom swan boat (and sign), kids in bathing suits, Japanese tea house. Condition note: Negative stained near glass-bottom boat. Dark image.
View of crowded beach at Lovers Point below municipal bathhouse. Looking toward arched door of bathhouse and steps, brass band on platform. Condition note: Emulsion mottled all over, gone at bottom.
View of crowded beach at Lovers Point below municipal bathhouse. Looking toward arched door of bathhouse and steps, brass band on platform. Condition note: Emulsion damaged at top edge.
Construction of concrete pier at Lovers Point, Glass-bottom boat sign, shoreline with houses looking towards China Point. The pier was built by William "Bathhouse" Smith, who also enlarged the bathing beach by blasting the existing cove with dynamite. Condition note: Light flare at left side.
View of crowded beach at Lovers Point below municipal bathhouse. Looking toward arched door of bathhouse and steps, brass band on platform. Condition note: Emulsion damaged at top edge and on right side.
Crowd of people around President McKinley on Lighthouse Avenue, at Grand Avenue. Pacific Improvement office at left, and cabins from El Carmelo Hotel visible. McKinley stands near water fountain, and his head is bowed, nearby men removing hats. McKinley visited Pacific Grove during the 34th GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) Encampment in 1901. See #537 for a similar view.
Crowd of people around President McKinley on Lighthouse Avenue, at Grand Avenue. Pacific Improvement office at left, and cabins from El Carmelo Hotel visible. McKinley stands near water fountain, at center of image. McKinley visited Pacific Grove during the 34th GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) Encampment in 1901. McKinley moved while photo was taken, blurry. See #536 for a similar view.