Animals

Woman on house steps with shepherd dog. Garden background. Condition note: Emulsion bubble at top left quarter.
Copy photo of seven bison (buffalo) in paddock in Pebble Beach. The Winston brothers, local businessmen who had several hotels (The Winston & the Del Mar), brought the animals to the Peninsula in the 1890s, and later sold them to the Pacific Improvement Company. They were penned at Del Monte, and several roamed the 17-Mile Drive. See also #379 for view of individual buffalo.
Three Tuttle children (from left: Winnifred, Gladys, Floyd) sit in horse-drawn surrey on Forest Avenue, just above Lighthouse Avenue. Upstairs is Dr. J.J. Williams' dentist office. Condition note: Flat image. See #042 for better version.
Three Tuttle children (from left: Winnifred, Gladys, Floyd) sit in horse-drawn surrey on Forest Avenue, just above Lighthouse Avenue. Upstairs is Dr. J.J. Williams' dentist office. Condition note: Bottom right corner missing. Similar to image #041.
Bird Rock (aka Seal Rocks) off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach, covered with Brandt's Cormorants. Condition note: Print out of focus/flat. Negative has mold spots. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-#506.
In foreground, nestling Brandt's Cormorants on Bird Rock, off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Adult birds in background are out of focus. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-#506.
Man (may be Pacific Improvement Company real estate agent T.W. Cook) holds bridle of gray speckled horse at wood steps. Building at right is PI office (which was replaced c1900 by an eyebrow-windowed one at the same location) at NW corner of Lighthouse & Grand. Location identified by Pat Hathaway from C.W.J. Johnson photo of same intersection in 1887.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Male Staffordshire terrier sits on wooden box. Background masked out to black.
Hand holds wood rat against backdrop of tree trunks.
Camera set on tripod amidst Brandt's Cormorants' nests on Bird Rock off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Tuttle's original negative sleeve called it "Seal Rocks." 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. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506. Condition note: Print flipped horizontally/out of focus.
In foreground, nest of Brandt's Cormorant chicks. Flock of Brandt's Cormorants on rocks in background. Bird Rock on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506.
Flock of 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.
Hopkins Marine Station professor and future California Academy of Sciences director Frank Mace MacFarland holds Cormorant in foreground, flock of Brandt's Cormorants behind, two other men in background. At Bird Rock on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. 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. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506
Man stands at curb with spaniel dog. Drug store in background. Condition note: Bubbled emulsion on negative.
Photographer C.K. Tuttle identified this on the original negative sleeve as, "Toni and dogs at Tevis Stable." Derby-hatted man sits with mother dog nursing pups, all on horse blanket with a "T." The Tevis-Murray mansion was in Monterey, along what is now known as Cannery Row, at the spot where the Monterey Plaza Hotel is now situated. See also #274 for similar view.
Photographer C.K. Tuttle identified this on the original negative sleeve as, "Toni and dogs at Tevis Stable." Derby-hatted man sits with mother dog nursing pups, all on horse blanket with a "T." The Tevis-Murray mansion was in Monterey, along what is now known as Cannery Row, at the spot where the Monterey Plaza Hotel is now situated. See also #264 for similar view.
Male rider on horse in clearing near orchard.
Three men sit in forest with terrier dog. Man at right looks like Dr. F.M. MacFarland from Hopkins Marine Station. More images of Dr. MacFarland: #260, #503, and #504.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Man sits on horse in front of Hopkins Marine Station at Lovers Point. J. Pryor sign advertising lots for sale in background. Pryor was a Pacific Improvement Co. real estate agent, and later became first mayor under the city manager form of government in 1927. See also image #394 for similar view.
Man stands near horse in front of Hopkins Marine Station at Lovers Point. J. Pryor sign advertising lots for sale in background. Pryor was a Pacific Improvement Co. real estate agent, and later became first mayor under the city manager form of government in 1927. See also image #393 for similar view.
Man in work clothes holds two rock fish. William "Bathhouse" Smith's barn-like home located at Lovers Point is in background.
Tuttle's original negative sleeve notation calls this, "The Curve." Mrs. Emily Tuttle, unidentified woman, and man (probably Pacific Improvement agent T.W. Cook) with surrey drawn by two horses crossing bridge on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Same people, horses, and nearby location in images #102 and #406.
Two young women (possibly Sheppa girls, relatives of the second Mrs. Trimmer) in carriage on unpaved road. Same carriage & women in image #420.
Man, woman, each on horseback, next to stile on unpaved path. Building in background.
Two young women (possibly Sheppa girls, relatives of the second Mrs. Trimmer) in carriage on unpaved road. Same carriage & women in image #418.
Dr. O.S. Trimmer holds reigns of carriage; baby swaddled in blankets sits beside him. At side of El Carmelo Hotel. Horse has "T" on bridle.
Three men in front of Hopkins Marine Station. From left: unidentified man holds dead Black-vented Shearwater (which is in the Monterey area in late fall & winter) and pliers; Leverett Loomis with gun (he was curator of Ornithology at CA Academy in the 1890s, and its director during the 1906 earthquake); and unidentified man with oar. See similar view #452.
Three men in front of Hopkins Marine Station. From left: unidentified man holds dead Black-vented Shearwater (which is in the Monterey area in late fall & winter) and pliers; Leverett Loomis with gun (he was curator of Ornithology at CA Academy in the 1890s, and its director during the 1906 earthquake); and unidentified man with oar. See similar view #451.
Sporty man holds bowler hat while sitting on spotted horse. Along waterfront. House in background. Same man, horse, locale in #115 and #459.
Monterey and PG streetcar pulled by two horses, facing right, on unpaved Lighthouse Avenue, in front of current site of the Holman's building. Driver visible. Condition note: Broken cleanly right left quarter
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.