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Litchfield Historical Society photograph collection

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Buildings and landscapes

Photographic Portraits



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Litchfield Historical Society photograph collection | Litchfield Historical Society

By Lee S. Cook and Marcia Furman

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Title: Litchfield Historical Society photograph collectionAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Primary Creator: Litchfield Historical Society

Extent: 0.0 Photographs

Subjects: Church buildings - Connecticut - Litchfield, Historic buildings - Connecticut - Litchfield, Litchfield (Conn.)

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Litchfield photograph collection contains photographs of the built environment; landscapes; events; portraits and group photographs; and oversized photographs. This finding aid is a work in progress. The buildings and landscapes series contains photographs of Litchfield, including Bantam, Milton, and Northfield. Digital images are not yet available.

Subject/Index Terms

Church buildings - Connecticut - Litchfield
Historic buildings - Connecticut - Litchfield
Litchfield (Conn.)

Administrative Information

Repository: Litchfield Historical Society

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: Unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator(s) of this collection are in the public domain. Copyright status for other collection materials is unknown. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of copyright holders. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright holders. Responsibility for any use rests with the user.

Acquisition Method: This collection was assembled by the Litchfield Historical Society from a variety of donations. Donor and acquisitions information varies from one photo to the next. Please contact staff if you wish to know additional acquisition details about specific items.

Preferred Citation: Litchfield Historical Society Photograph Collection, Litchfield Historical Society, Helga J. Ingraham Memorial Library, P.O. Box 385, 7 South Street, Litchfield, CT 06759


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Buildings and landscapes],
[Series 2: Photographic Portraits],
[All]

Series 1: Buildings and landscapesAdd to your cart.
Photographs of Litchfield buildings, both existing and non-extant, and landscapes/views of areas and streets in Litchfield. Most of the photographs are black and white or sepia toned unless otherwise noted in the individual description.
Sub-Series 1: Alain White Road [Morris]Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Alain White Road [Morris] #333Add to your cart.
Built by a member of the Marsh family, the Marsh/Wagstaff  house was owned in 1852 and 1859 by Horace C. Marsh; in 1870 by Clark Loveland; in 1900 by Mrs. Frothington Wagstaff, and in 1904 by Elizabeth Barnard. The house, known as Flyway Farm, is on White Memorial Foundation property.  Three glossy black and white photographs taken in 1953 for the Conn. Junior Republic House Tour including two interior views and one of the exterior. All are stamped on the back: C.E. Morgan Photo & GIft Shop, Bantam, Conn.
Sub-Series 2: BantamAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Bantam MillAdd to your cart.

Views of the Bantam Mill in 1904 (or earlier) located on the Bantam Falls on the Bantam River, present site of the Conn. Light and Power dam. Two stereographs by J.L. Judd, Litchfield.

  also  a print of the "Bantam Mill" that  does not appear to be the same mill but may be one that was located on Bantam Road at the site of the later Bantam Ball Bearing.

Folder 2: BantamAdd to your cart.
Miscellaneous views of Bantam.
Item 1: Bantam - Cathole RoadAdd to your cart.
Cathole Road, earlier know as North Road in a black & white photograph taken in 1890s by Arthur Bissell. The photo shows a dirt road with a group of people on the side.
Item 2: Bantam - Saw millAdd to your cart.
Five men operating an antique saw mill.  The photograph was donated by Tino Evangelisti, an owner of the Bantam Lumber Co., no longer in business.
Sub-Series 3: Bantam LakeAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Bantam Lake views from the southAdd to your cart.
Views of Bantam Lake from the south, including Deer Island. Includes dates of 1891 (by N.D. Benedict) and 1904 (by Fred Bissell).
Folder 2: Bantam Lake - Point FollyAdd to your cart.
Views of Point Folly, a peninsula in the north part of Bantam Lake. Included are a stereograph by J.L. Judd, Litchfield, Conn.; and a black & white photograph dated 1905 by Litchfield Studios
Folder 3: Bantam Lake viewsAdd to your cart.
Includes views from north bay, Marsh Point, Bishop's landing, and sunset (by W.H. Sanford) across the Lake. Also people in canoes and sailboats (about 1890 by Benedict, Litchfield);the Bantam Belle, a small steamboat in 1955 owned by Virginia & Dick Finn; and one undated black & white photograph of ice boats. Four stereographs - looking north from Marsh Point; near the Island Hotel (Landon, photographer, New Milford, Conn.); looking east from Point Folly (J.L. Judd, Litchfield, Conn.); and an 1871 view over rooftops and houses.
Folder 4: Bantam Lake - Sandy BeachAdd to your cart.
Sandy Beach is located off East Shore Road in Morris, on the east side of Bantam Lake. Two black & white photographs of the beach & buidlings, and one of the floats. Both stamped "From the Photo Shop of Robert F. Hildebrand, Torrington, Conn."
Folder 5: Bantam Lake (Camp Agaming)Add to your cart.
Seven small black and white photographs of a camp, probably Camp Agaming, on Bantam Lake. Shown in the photographs are small conical tents and a larger tent, possibly the dining hall. Also photographs of a float and an outdoor meeting area. A postcard, not in the collection, of Camp Agaming has similarly shaped tents. circa 1920s. [accession 2003-70-0]
Sub-Series 4: Bantam Lake Road/Route 209Add to your cart.
Known earlier as South Street, Bantam, and West Shore Road.
Folder 1: Bantam Lake Road #38Add to your cart.

Bantam Ball Bearing Co. established in 1917. in 1938 it became the Warren MacArthur Corp. Built in 1900 as the Bantam Manufacturing Co., it became the Bantam Anti-Friction Co. before 1917. The black and white photograph is labelled "Picture of the modern factory of the Bantam Ball Bearing Company, built 1916. Presented by W.S. Rogers, Sept. 12, 1923." The top floor of the Bantam Inn (later moved) to the north, is visible.

Currently this photograph is housed in Photograph Oversize Box 8.

Folder 2: Bantam Lake Road site north of #38Add to your cart.
The Bantam Inn was built in 1908 by James Burns. It stood north of the Bantam Anti-Friction Co. and was sold to the Bantam Anti-Friction Co. in 1910 and run by Mr. Cushman. Then known as Cushman's Country Hotel. In the 1920s moved to Roosevelt Ave. #23. One black & white photograph with The Bantam Inn sign and a horse and buggy out front.
Folder 3: Bantam Lake Road viewAdd to your cart.
Looking north on Bantam Lake Road, includes the Baptist Church (moved there in 1908 and later removed) and houses on the east (right side of the photograph). The Bantam Inn and bridge over the Bantam River are on the west (left side of the photograph). This black and white photograph is a reprint of a postcard.
Folder 4: Bantam Lake Road siteAdd to your cart.
The Bantam station [now gone] for the Shepaug Railroad on the south bank of the Bantam River on the east side of Bantam Lake Road. Included in the black and white photograph are the Echo Farm Creamery and a chute into the Bantam River that was for harvesting ice for the Creamery.
Sub-Series 5: Bantam RiverAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Bantam River viewsAdd to your cart.
Views along the Bantam River. Exact locations are not indicated. Included are a stereograph by J.L. Judd, Litchfield, Conn. of a wooden bridge on the River; a reprint of a painting titled "Love Grove on Bantam River" from the album of Mary Peck; and a very small black & white photograph taken June 1926.
Folder 2: Bantam River - Canoe ClubAdd to your cart.
Two black & white photographs of the old Canoe Club when it was located on Bantam River, near Whites Woods Road. One taken about 1900 shows a fairly new building with a woman by a fire and a man with an axe constructing something. A second undated photograph shows two buildings and a ramp to the river.
Sub-Series 6: Bantam Road/Route 202Add to your cart.
In the center of Bantam, this road was known earlier as Main Street. The part of the road to the east toward Litchfield, starting at Milton Road, was known as West Road. Before it was designated Conn. Route 202, it was Conn. Route 25.
Folder 1: Bantam Road #367Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the commercial building ca. 1950s.  John H. Ocain, photographer.
Folder 2: Bantam Road #370Add to your cart.
Homestead of Elizabeth (Williamson) Hunt and George H. Hunt. Later owners included Charles E. and Bettina Youmans; Robert & Marion Wilton (1974-    )
Folder 3: Bantam Road site of #618Add to your cart.
Photograph of Elisha Horton house, now gone, on the corner of Bantam Road and High Bridge Road.
Folder 4: Bantam Road #802Add to your cart.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church was built in 1843. Included are a stereograph by Landon, Photographer, New Milford, Conn. that was taken about 1860, and a later black and white from the 1960s or 1970s.
Folder 5: Bantam Road #822Add to your cart.
A small black and white photograph of the Bantam Fire House taken about 1920 when it was only one story, with Bantam's first motorized fire truck, an American LaFrance. On the truck are Charles Peno or Deno, R. Curry, H. Kilbourn.
Folder 6: Bantam Road #908Add to your cart.
Bantam School was built in 1893 and served as the elementary school until 1956 when the new Bantam School was built.  Black and photographs of the school and some of the teachers and students by the school. Owned by the Ebner family in 1986.
Folder 7: Bantam Road #931Add to your cart.
Site of Flynn and Doyle Cariage Co.,later the Trumbull-Vanderpoel Electric Manufacturing Co., and the Connecticut Electric Switch Manufacturing Co.
Sub-Folder 1: Bantam Road #931Add to your cart.
Black and white photographs of the front of the Flynn & Doyle Carriage Co. 1876-1911; a view from the south across the Bantam River taken before 1908 when the Baptist Church was still there; and two prints after a fire. Also a photograph of one of the carriages built there before 1900.
Sub-Folder 2: Bantam Road #931Add to your cart.
One black and white photograph, a reprint, labelled "Trumbull Vanderpoel and Co.", also known as theTrumbull-Vanderpoel Electric Manufacturing Co.
Folder 8: Bantam Road viewsAdd to your cart.
Early views of Main Street, now Bantam Road/Route 202 in the center of Bantam. One is labeled as looking east in 1904.
Sub-Folder 1: Bantam Road views - Bushnell ElmAdd to your cart.
Photograph of the Bushnell Elm [now gone] on the corner of Bantam Road and Bantam Lake Road. Also visible is St. Paul's Episcopal Church and a house on the corner [now gone].
Sub-Series 7: Beach StreetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Beach Street #209Add to your cart.

Built in the later part of the 19th century and owned by the Coe family. Purchased in 1884 by William Plumb, and in 1914 by Austin Cheney, when it became part of Falcon's Flight Farm.

[Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1]

Folder 2: Beach Street site - Beach District SchoolAdd to your cart.
A small black and white photograph donated to the Society in 1913 by Dr. Peck. The school closed in 1907. The exact location and demise of the school are unknown but a school appears on the 1874 map on the east side of Beach Street at the intersection with Butternut Brook Road.
Sub-Series 8: Blakeslee RoadAdd to your cart.
Road located in Northfield.
Folder 1: Blakeslee Road #Add to your cart.
Three black and white photographs, printed from the Albert Turner collection of the Gustafson/Benjamin Blakeslee house. Views include the front piazza; the side of the house with stone walls; and outbuildings.
Sub-Series 9: Blue Swamp RoadAdd to your cart.
Road located in Milton.
Folder 1: Blue Swamp Road siteAdd to your cart.
Smith Carriage factory and house includes Chester F. Smith homestead and factory photographs taken about 1910.
Sub-Series 10: Brush Hill RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Brush Hill Road #16Add to your cart.
Myron Osborne house built in 1822. Photograph of a watercolor drawing by Amy Cross on September 28, 1887 to Mr. Osborne on his 91st birthday
Folder 2: Brush Hill Road site of #91Add to your cart.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ripley house, also known as Northwood Farms; Kilravock Inn; Carter's Inn. Burned down in 1976. Included are 2 copies of photographs from the Smithsonian Institution - an exterior view and a floor plan. Also a large color postcard of Carter's Inn in the winter.
Folder 3: Brush Hill Road #117Add to your cart.
Joseph Vaill homestead built in 1744. Known as Wolf Pit Farm. Later owned by Wagner Thielens; Stanley Martineau; Bertram & Delia Lewis; and Howard & Adele Goodkind. Recognized as the oldest residence on its original foundation in Litchfield. Views taken in the late 1800s, 1960, and 1969.
Sub-Series 11: Camp Dutton RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Camp Dutton Road #21Add to your cart.
Bigelow house built about 1850. Photograph by N.D. Benedict in 1892. On back of photograph "Birthplace of G.E. Hodson, 1853." Associated with the manufacturing industries, including Bigelow Mill,  on the Bantam River to the north of the house.
Sub-Series 12: Camp Hill RoadAdd to your cart.
Located in Northfield.
Folder 1: Camp Hill Road #18Add to your cart.
Built in 1806 by Jacob Turner as an inn, this house was acquired by John Catlin in 1842 who ran a private academy there. It remained in the Catlin family until 1931 and was occupied by James P. Catlin and Laura Catlin. Owned by the Sherwoods from 1947-1955 and then William W. Bassford.
Folder 2: Camp Hill Road #59Add to your cart.

Jabez McCall house on Northfield hill, looking north.

[Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1]

Folder 3: Camp Hill Road #64Add to your cart.

Rev. Joseph E. Camp house on Northfield hill, looking north. In 2012 it was Far View Farm.

[Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1]

Folder 4: Camp Hill Road siteAdd to your cart.

Colonel Marsh house on Northfield Hill, looking south. Town down in 1902.

[Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1]

Folder 5: Camp Hill Road site - First Congregational ChurchAdd to your cart.
A photograph of the First Congregational Church of Northfield that was torn down in 1876 after a new church was built. The church stood at the top of Camp Hill Road.
Sub-Series 13: Campville RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Campville Road #66 & #72Add to your cart.

Composite photograph of Joseph Hopkins house, built in 1796, and Capt. Harris Hopkins house, built in 1764.

[Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1]

Folder 2: Campville Road #140Add to your cart.
Asa Hopkins house, built about 1810. Later owners included Edward Hopkins, Nathan Frence,  Robert & Betsy Cooley. The photograph, ca. 1890, shows the front and north side of the house with a group of people by a fence in the front.
Sub-Series 14: Chestnut Hill RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Chestnut Hill Road siteAdd to your cart.
The Levi Morse/Moss homestead, probably built after 1800. Burned down in 1927 after being struck by lightning.  Another house was built on the site.
Folder 2: Chestnut Hill Road site - Medicine RockAdd to your cart.
Photograph taken by Mrs. George Vondermuhll of "Medicine Rock", a quartz boulder on the Martin Wright Farm, Chestnut Hill, sold and broken up for silica.  Also a printed copy of the same rock taken in 1908 by J.S. Wetmore.
Folder 3: Chestnut Hill Road site - Chestnut Hill District SchoolAdd to your cart.
In 1913, Dr. Peck donated these two small black and white photographs to the Historical Society. On the back of one is written "Old Chestnut Hill [school]" and it appears the building had been used as an outbuilding or barn. The second photograph "Chestnut Hill" is a newer building. On an 1874 map, this district school was located in the intersection of the current Chestnut Hill Road and West Chestnut Hill Road. The school was closed by 1921.
Folder 4: Chestnut Hill Road - Airplane landing, 1920Add to your cart.
Three small black and white photographs. Written on the back "First airplane to land in Litchfield, Chestnut Hill 1920". Bantam Lake is visible in the background. These photographs were donated by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel, accession #3874.
Sub-Series 15: Clark RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Clark RoadAdd to your cart.
Views of a farm on Clark Road and a ca. 1950 cow barn that was torn down in 1972.
Sub-Series 16: Collins RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Collins Road #9Add to your cart.
Built about 1730, this house is associated with Isaac Phelps and often called the Richards house. It is located near the intersection of Fern Ave. and East Litchfield Road. Front view of the house and a photograph with detail of the front door.
Sub-Series 17: Duck Pond RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Duck Pond Road #55Add to your cart.
Originally located in Branford, Conn. this house was built in 1790 by Capt. Samuel Beach. In 1957 it was moved from East Main Street in Branford for S. Dillon Ripley. The architect was Eric Gugler. Color photograph of an interior room by W.H. Wilcoxson taken July 7, 1962.
Sub-Series 18: East Chestnut Hill RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: East Chestnut Hill Road #125Add to your cart.
Built by Lt. Thomas Catlin about 1760. Known as Middle Ridge Farm, later owners inclube Webster, William Warren, John Beer, Malcoln & Carol Bramley. Photographs of the exterior and interior, particularly the paintings on the plaster walls.
Sub-Series 19: East Litchfield RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: East Litchfield Road #43Add to your cart.
Photograph at the northeast corner of Fern Ave. and East Litchfield Road of a house, built about 1737 and once part of Echo Farms. The house was moved north from the corner after the time of the photograph. Owned in 2012 by Raymond & Fran Devlin.
Folder 2: East Litchfield RoadAdd to your cart.

Buildings of  Echo Farm including a house and barns with a group of men lined up in the foreground.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Folder 3: East Litchfield Road #182Add to your cart.
Built in 1776. A few of the owners were Eaton Jones, Mary M. Jones,, Melville Wooster,and Ward & Mosse Heinrich.
Folder 4: East Litchfield Road - East Chestnut Hill District SchoolAdd to your cart.
Dr. Peck, in 1913, donated this small black & white photograph of the East Chestnut Hill District School. It was located on East Litchfield Road and closed in 1935.
Folder 5: East Litchfield Road #229Add to your cart.
Built in 1770. Owners included Charles and John McNeil, Margaret & Frederick Busk, and in 1949 the Daughters of Wisdom (Wisdom House). Earlier known as Spruce Brook Farm.
Sub-Series 20: East Litchfield Road SouthAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: East Litchfield Road South site, 1898Add to your cart.
Dwight C. Kilbourn house known as Ferncliff. The house, now gone, stood on the south side of East Litchfield Road South. Photograph taken in July 1898.
Sub-Series 21: East StreetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: East Street #7Add to your cart.

Known historically as the John Collins house, built in 1782. Later owners included Luke Lewis, Mary Phelps, Dr. Charles Turkington; Nan Heminway; and Jeffrey Tillou.

Photographs date from the late 1800s to 1967. Other buildings in the photographs are at  East Street #9 and North Street #10.

Folder 2: East Street #9Add to your cart.
Known historically as the Apothecary Shop. Later Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe;Philip B. Brewster's Bookstore.
Item 1: Golden Eagle Antique ShopAdd to your cart.
Owned by Floyd Thoms.
Item 2: Lorraine Spence [dress shop]Add to your cart.
Item 3: Philip B. Brewster BooksAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Realtech RealtorsAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Ye Olde Curiosity ShoppeAdd to your cart.
antique shop
Folder 3: East Street site between #9  & #15Add to your cart.
Phelps Tavern also named United States Hotel. Demolished in 1938.
Sub-Folder 1: United States Hotel before 1892Add to your cart.
Photographs of the United States Hotel, known earlier as Phelps Inn and after 1910 as Phelps Tavern. This group of photographs shows the hotel sign on the roof before renovations, rooms and dormers were added in 1892 by James Campbell.
Sub-Folder 2: United States Hotel after 1892Add to your cart.
The United States Hotel after 1892 and before it was sold to Eugene L. Phelps in 1910 at which time it became the Phelps Tavern.
Sub-Folder 3: Phelps TavernAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the Phelps Tavern after the name was changed in 1910 from the United States Hotel.
Sub-Folder 4: Phelps Tavern interiorAdd to your cart.
Two photographs of the interior of Phelps Tavern.
Sub-Folder 5: Phelps Tavern demolitionAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the demolition of Phelps Tavern in 1938. Included are views of the deteriorating interior of the hotel and the demolition of the exterior.
Folder 4: East Street site of #11Add to your cart.
C.P.Barber's Livery Stable behind the United States Hotel. Mr. Barber in a straw hat with stable boys holding horses. Demolished in 1988 to make way for the Litchfield Volunteer Ambulance building.
Folder 5: East Street #15Add to your cart.
Historically known as the Timothy Skinner house. Built 1785/1787. Later owners included Seth P. Beers; W.W. and W. Jerome Bissell; Congregational Church parsonage.
Folder 6: East Street #22Add to your cart.

Historically known as the Collins-Hickox house. Built circa 1815, the original owner was Augustus Collins. Later Samuel P. Bolles; George A. Hickox; Mrs. John Vanderpoel; Bernard Arrieu.

Photograph taken in 1888 by Benedict of Litchfield, Conn.

Folder 7: East Street #23Add to your cart.
Congregational Church
Sub-Folder 1: Third Congregational ChurchAdd to your cart.
Third Congregational Church (1829-1873) before it was moved to Torrington Road
Sub-Folder 2: Third Congregational Church as Armory HallAdd to your cart.
The Third Congregational Church on Torrington Road when it was used as Armory Hall
Sub-Folder 3: Fourth Congregational ChurchAdd to your cart.
Fourth Congregational Church (1873-1929. Demolished in 1929?
Sub-Folder 4: Fifth  [Third] Congregational ChurchAdd to your cart.

The Third Congregational Church moved back to its former site on East Street.

[See also Photograph Oversize Box 1.]

Sub-Folder 5: Fifth [Third] Congregational ChurchAdd to your cart.

A large black and white photograph of the Fifth [Third] Congregational Church in the winter circa 1938.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 8.

Folder 8: East Street #46Add to your cart.
Historically known as the Bennett House. Built by Charles Bennett in 1814. Later owners included Algernon Lewis; Marion & Arthur Camp; Mrs. Charles Hinsdale; Mrs. William H. Sanford; Protzmann.
Folder 9: East Street #56Add to your cart.
Historically known as the Bissell -Colvocoresses House. Built by John Bissell in 1817. Later owners included Dr. Vaill and George M. Colvocoresses.
Folder 10: East Street site of #43 & #53Add to your cart.
Litchfield /Center School. Built in 1887. Demolished in 1919.
Folder 11: East Street #117Add to your cart.
Two photographs of the house built about 1883 by Joseph Slack. Purchased in 1895 by James FItzpatrick. After 1916 his widow Kate ran a boarding house here. Owned in 1986 by Michael and Margaret Sudal, and in 2010 by Joan Bogen. These photographs of the front of the house were given to the Society by Jim and Maureen Mulligan in 2005.
Folder 12: East StreetAdd to your cart.
East Cemetery
Folder 13: East Street site - East MillAdd to your cart.
East Mill which was located on the Bantam River at the bottom of East Street hill and was washed away in the flood of 1955.
Sub-Folder 1: East Street site - East MillAdd to your cart.
Small photographs of the mill at the bottom of East Street (Rt. 118) on the Bantam River. It was washed away in the 1955 flood.
Sub-Folder 2: East Street site - East MillAdd to your cart.

A large photograph of the mill at the bottom of East Street on the Bantam River. The mill was washed away in the 1955 flood.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 8.

Folder 14: East Street #224Add to your cart.
Gristmill house
Folder 15: East Street site - Golf ClubAdd to your cart.
Bantam River Golf Club/East Side golf club. Earlier known as the Litchfield Golf Club, this 9 hole golf course was located on the south side of East Street, behind some of the houses, and extended south, crossing the Bantam River twice.
Folder 16: East Street - Triumphal Arch, 1865Add to your cart.
Triumphal Arch erected for the Surrender of Lee's Army, April 9, 1865.
Folder 17: East Street viewsAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 22: Fern AvenueAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Fern Avenue #20Add to your cart.
Built about 1800, it was a summer boarding house run by Edson Perkins. Purchased by F. Ratchford Starr in the 1870s as part of Echo Farm. Later owned by Ralph P. Hinchman and the Lilac Hedges company. Two photographs include one ca. 1890.
Sub-Series 23: Goshen RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Goshen Road #262Add to your cart.
Originally the stable for the Alexander Catlin house at #258 North Street, this building was built in 1863 when the Catlin house was owned by Henry W. Buel. It was converted into a residence by Minerva Buel Blake in 1943. One undated photograph taken in the winter.
Folder 2: Goshen Road #265Add to your cart.
Built in 1892 by Cornelius R. Duffie III. Purchased in 1902 by Jane M. Dwight, later owners included William T. Marsh, John H. and Katherine Lancaster, Frank G. Whitney (1953), and Paul & Katherine Aziz. Four photographs including two taken before there were any trees.
Folder 3: Goshen Road #355Add to your cart.
Part of a large estate owned in 1883 by Joseph Goddard, known as Fernwood Farm when it was owned by F. Norton Goddard. Later owners included Marion C.E. Duscomb; Charles Frederick Brusie; and Earle Sarcka. Brusie ran the Litchfield School for Boys in 1928, which was followed by Sarcka School. Other names associated with the house were Watkinson Manor and Stevelyn House before it became RESCUE (Regional Educational Services Concept Through Unified Effort) and now Educaation Connection. Early photographs and one of Sarcka School.
Folder 4: Goshen Road #418Add to your cart.
Built circa 1775 by Isaac Marsh and owned by members of the Marsh family until 1903. Later owners include Frederick Goddard; Michael & Charity Wilson; Mr. & Mrs. Frank Pepper; and John Cox.
Folder 5: Goshen Road #550Add to your cart.

The Connecticut Junior Republic includes many buildings. It was established in 1904 on the 80 acre farm left to the George Junior Republic by Mary Buel in 1900. Photographs include Gov. Weeks in 1909 at a flag raising with what may be the Mary Buel house in the background. This house burned down in 1914. Also the Administration building built 1915-1917 to replace the Buel house.

  For further information about the Connecticut Junior Republic, see the Connecticut Junior Republic Collection.

Folder 6: Goshen Road bridgeAdd to your cart.
Photograph of a bridge on Goshen Road [Route 63] over the west branch of the Bantam River near the Conn. Junior Republic (#550 Goshen Road).  The caption on the back of the photograph states that this bridge was "...replaced in 1960 with BRI #1038."
Sub-Series 24: Headquarters RoadAdd to your cart.
Located in Milton.
Folder 1: Headquarters Road #10Add to your cart.
Late 18th century gable-roofed house.Built before 1813 by William Gabriel, and later owned by Benjamin Griwold, Clarence Perkins and G. Herbert Griffin. Two photographs taken when the house was owned by G. Herbert Griffin.
Folder 2: Headquarters Road #11Add to your cart.
Milton District School, built in 1897 and active until 1946. Later became a private residence owned by Hugh Todd. Included is a 1908 photograph of the teacher Miss Nellie Doyle & her students on the side of the building; and a notepaper pen and ink sketch of the building.
Sub-Folder 1: Headquarters Road #11 - Milton AcademyAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the Milton Academy founded in 1856 by Rev. George A. Harrison as later used as a blacksmith shop. On the same property as the later Milton District School.
Folder 3: Headquarters Road - Headquarters CemeteryAdd to your cart.
A black and white photograph of Headquarters cemetery taken after the the tornado on July 10, 1989. Many of the trees have been damaged.
Sub-Series 25: Hopkins RoadAdd to your cart.
Located in Northfield.
Folder 1: Hopkins Road #Add to your cart.
Asaph Hopkins built this house in 1804. Later owners were Joseph Curtiss and Charles Talcott in 1888. In 1986 the owners were Leon and Annette Pelletier. Photograph shows the house and barns, and is a copy from the Turner collection (1961-02-3).
Sub-Series 26: Hutchinson ParkwayAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Hutchinson Parkway #55Add to your cart.
Photograph of the Charles D. Wheeler house built in 1843, with a history of the house by Mrs. Carrie M. Peck, whose mother was Mrs. F.H. Hutchinson, the owner in 1900. Owners in 2009 were Andrea & Harvey Hubbell.
Sub-Series 27: Jefferson Hill RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Jefferson Hill Road #38Add to your cart.
Built ca. 1776 for Joshua Garritt, the house remained in the Garritt family until 1850. Later owned by Hobart G. and Louise Guion. The house in the photograph is partially obscured by bushes.
Sub-Series 28: Knife Shop RoadAdd to your cart.
Located in Northfield.
Folder 1: Knife Shop Road site of #12Add to your cart.
Black and white photographs of the J. Howard Catlin/Alfred M. Turner house that was torn down for the Northfield Volunteer Fire Co. building. The house was on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. In one photograph the Northfield Cemetery is visible.
Folder 2: Knife Shop Road - Northfield CemeteryAdd to your cart.
Views of the Northfield Cemetery on Knife Shop Road.
Folder 3: Knife Shop Road site - Northfield Knife CompanyAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the Northfield Knife Company including the buildings both exterior and interior, and the dam and pond.
Folder 4: Knife Shop Road site - Jeremiah Peck houseAdd to your cart.
Two photographs of the Jeremiah Peck house that was located across from the knife factory. The house was torn down the by State of Connecticut. Photographs taken by Howard Catlin.
Folder 5: Knife Shop RoadAdd to your cart.
On the back of the photograph it is labelled Knife Shop Road. Taken ca. 1900, this house is unidentified.
Folder 6: Knife Shop Road viewAdd to your cart.
Two black and white photographs that form a panoramic view of what may be Knife Shop Road. One photograph is identified as the Humaston house and store that burned down ca. 1904, with the Turner house fence and door across the street. The second photo continues from the right of the first one with one house shown in both photographs. It has people playing on a field in the foreground and what appears to be the Northfield cemetery in the background. These are copies from the Mrs. Albert Turner collection.
Sub-Series 29: Lenox Hill RoadAdd to your cart.
Located off North Shore Road.
Folder 1: Lenox Hill Road #83Add to your cart.
Three early photographs of the Island House or Island Hotel on Bantam Lake. Property and buildings were purchased by White Memorial Foundation. Later known as Sheltering Arms, Camp Lenox Hill, and Camp Hope (as of 2012). Also two photographs of sailboats on the Lake that are captioned on the back "at Sheltering Arms."
Sub-Series 30: LitchfieldAdd to your cart.
Aerial and overall views of Litchfield, Connecticut.
Folder 1: Litchfield - Views looking eastAdd to your cart.
Views looking east.
Folder 2: Litchfield views looking west.Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Litchfield - Aerial viewsAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: LitchfieldAdd to your cart.

Aerial view of Litchfield.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Folder 4: Litchfield views - Architectural survey buildingsAdd to your cart.

Thirteen proof sheets of black and white photographs taken of Litchfield buildings circa 1986 for the Architectural Survey of Litchfield. Included are photographs of buildings and views not used in the final Survey.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 8.

Sub-Series 31: Litchfield GreenAdd to your cart.
The Litchfield Green lies in the center of Litchfield, at the intersections of North & South, East & West Streets. These photographs incorporate the Litchfield Green with the buildings in the center of Litchfield and activities held on the Green.
Folder 1: Litchfield GreenAdd to your cart.
Views of the Litchfield Green. Photographs included one taken before the 1886 fire, looking south at the corner of West and South Streets with buildings and the town pump; an engraving of the 1851 centennial celebration; two winter scenes looking northwest with the jail and firehouse visible and a a horse team and wagon; and the Green by moonlight taken by F.W. Peck. An undated 8' x 10" photo of  plastic flamingoes on the Green.
Sub-Folder 1: Litchfield Green looking northAdd to your cart.
Photographs looking north across the Green to North Street. Includes buildings on the north side of East Street. Photographers include N.D. Benedict (1892), Litchfield, Conn.; and K.T. Sheldon, West Winsted, Conn. Some include horses and wagons.
Sub-Folder 2: Litchfield Green - Sleigh ridesAdd to your cart.
Photographs of horses and sleighs full of people on the Litchfield Green in the winter. In the background are buildings on the north side of East Street including the United States Hotel and adjacent buildings.
Folder 2: Litchfield Green - East ParkAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the east section of the Litchfield Green. Included are a view looking southwest across east park taken before the fire of 1886, with the buildings (Mansion house, courthouse, etc.) on West & South Streets. Another view before the Beckwith block on South Street was built,  is looking southwest and includes the Phelps building when it was 3 stories; the Ebenezer Marsh house, now gone, on the corner of East & South Streets (Litchfield HIstory Museum #7 South Street).
Sub-Folder 1: Litchfield Green - East Park - Memorial oak treesAdd to your cart.
Black and white photographs of the Memorial oak trees in East Park including Colvocoresses Oak; Constitution Oak; McKinley Oak; and Revolutionary Soldiers' Oak.
Folder 3: Litchfield Green - Center ParkAdd to your cart.
The center section of the Litchfield Green, including the Soldiers' Monument and cannon. Most of the photographs are ca.1890 to 1900 and include the watering trough with a horse and wagon; raising the flagpole; a celebration; buildings on East and North streets.
Folder 4: Litchfield Green - West ParkAdd to your cart.
Two photographs of the west section of the Litchfield Green. One is looking southeast and includes buildings on the south side of the business section of West Street; and the other is looking west down the West St. hill.
Sub-Series 32: Main Street (Northfield)Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Main Street #2Add to your cart.
Built in 1853 for Levi Heaton, the house is locted on the corner of Main Street and Old Northfield Road. In 1985 it was owned by Della May and Carolyn N. Yozaitis. This photograph is a view of the front  and side of the house, with 2 women in front of a picket fence. It is  a copy from the Turner photograph collection.
Folder 2: Main Street #12Add to your cart.
Originally built as Northfield's Center School in 1885, it closed as a school in 1955 and became the home of the Northfield Volunteer Fire Department. In 2010/2011 it was converted into low-income housing. An early  photograph shows the building as the school, and a second one as the fire house.
Folder 3: Main Street #Add to your cart.
The old Northfield school, now a residence.
Sub-Series 33: Maple RidgeAdd to your cart.
Located off Maple Street.
Folder 1: Maple Ridge #Add to your cart.
Photograph of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert FitzGerald, taken by Robert Houser in 1988. The house was built by the Fitzgeralds in 1986-1987 with Peter A.J. Dalton Morris as the architect. Gardens were designed by Barbara Damrosch.
Sub-Series 34: Maple StreetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Maple Street #231Add to your cart.
Built in 1799 by Whitman Kilbourn, this photograph was taken April 4, 1955 during a snow storm by Charles D. Kilbourn.
Folder 2: Maple Street #241Add to your cart.
Photograph of the house built about 1820. Also a copy of a photograph of a group of unidentified people in front of the house taken about 1910 [approximate date from the clothing being worn]
Folder 3: Maple Street #290Add to your cart.
Built about 1830, this house was owned by George Merriman in 1852. Once known as Pecham Lodge, it was a stagecoach stop. At the time of the photographs taken by Robert Houser in 1988,  it was owned by Burton Alter and known as Springstead Farm. The gardens were designed by Barbara Damrosch.
Folder 4: Maple Street #386Add to your cart.
The photograph was taken in 1988 by Robert Houser. In a deed for this property in 1779 from Seth Bishop to Peleg Bradley, there is mention of a dwelling. It was purchased in 1789 by James Birge and remained in the Birge family until 1941.  In 1987 it was owned by Henry N. and Cheryl Holtzman.
Sub-Series 35: Marsh RoadAdd to your cart.
Located in Northfield.
Folder 1: Marsh Road #33Add to your cart.
This house was built in 1780 by Captain Daniel Lord. It was owned in 1987 by Mildred Molumphy. Three photographs for this house are of the original wall stencilling and panelling.
Folder 2: Marsh Road #Add to your cart.
The caption on this photograph taken about 1930 is "Merwin Homestead". It has not yet been determined which of 2 Merwin houses on Marsh Road the photograph was taken of.
Sub-Series 36: Meadow StreetAdd to your cart.
Meadow Street runs from West Street in the center of Litchfield south to Gallows Lane.
Folder 1: Meadow Street #17Add to your cart.
St. Paul's Masonic Lodge was built in 1837 as the first Methodist Church. In 1920 the Methodist Society built a new church on West Street and this building became the Masonic Hall of St. Paul's Lodge No. 11. There are 2 older undated photographs and one taken in 1988 by Robert Houser. Also one interior photograph of 2 people arranging and cleaning furniture.
Folder 2: Meadow Street #22Add to your cart.
This house was originally the rear ell of #18 Meadow Street when it was located on the corner of Meadow St. and West St., now Murphy's Drugstore. The house was divided into two sections when it was moved to the west side of Meadow Street in the late 1920s. One of the photographs is labelled "First day of school at Miss Fenn's, May 1919"  and shows the house with the Methodist Church to the west. A second photograph is labelled "Miss Fenn, who had her school at the corner of Meadow & West Streets, 1919"
Folder 3: Meadow Street #25Add to your cart.
Built about 1800 by George Bolles, the house was owned in 1861 by Susan Jenne, in 1882 by George S. Elmore, in 1867 by Derrick V. Sandford, in 1920 by Frank B. Mason, and in 1937 by Edward Pikosky. In 2012 it is owned by Andrew Pikosky. Included in the folder are 3 photographs taken in 1957-1958 and one photograph of the back of the house taken in 1952.
Folder 4: Meadow Street #Add to your cart.
Dated 1932, location to be determined. Was filed as Edward Buckley house. There were more than one Edward Buckley house on Meadow St.
Folder 6: Meadow Street #252Add to your cart.
Located on the corner of Gallows Lane, this house was built in 1934 by Walter Thompson. The architect was Albert Hopkins Pierce. Two photographs taken in 1953 for the book "This is Litchfield" by Frank B. Eraclito and Joseph J. Hack, Jr.
Folder 7: Meadow Street viewsAdd to your cart.
Two small black & white photographs of Meadow Street during winter storms on Jan. 3, 1932 and Dec. 20, 1942.
Sub-Series 37: MiltonAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Milton CenterAdd to your cart.
A wide angle photograph looking north across the Milton Green taken by E.W. Hazard in 1925. Buildings seen include Trinity Episcopal Church with horse sheds, Jeremiah Guild house, and Milton Congregational Church.
Folder 2: Milton PondAdd to your cart.
Photograph taken by Charles A. Earl from the saw mill, across Milton Pond [now gone] to the house at Milton Road #563, formerly the Congregational Church parsonage.
Folder 3: Milton viewsAdd to your cart.
Two photographs identified as being in Milton - one is labeled "Distant view of Horace Seeley's blacksmith shop" and is very blurry; the other is identified as "Trotting horse with sulkey" and shows a barn in the background.
Sub-Series 38: Milton RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Milton Road and Maple Street siteAdd to your cart.

Photograph of the Shepherd Knapp Home, now gone.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 2.

Folder 2: Milton Road #530Add to your cart.
The house was built in 1756 by David Welch. Photographs include 2 taken by Richard Wurts in 1969 and 3 earlier ones that are undated. On the National Register of Historic Places
Folder 3: Milton Road #536Add to your cart.
Photographs of Trinity Episcopal Church built in 1826.
Folder 4: Milton Road site of #538Add to your cart.
Photograph of the Milton General Store and Post Office  taken about 1890 before it burned down in 1894. Charles Earle is one of the children on the front steps. Milton Hall is now on the location.
Folder 5: Milton Road #548Add to your cart.
Milton Congregational Church
Folder 6: Milton Road #713Add to your cart.
Built about 1740, this photograph shows the house on what is known as Flying Brook Farm.
Sub-Series 39: Mt. Tom PondAdd to your cart.
Located in the west part of town, bordering Morris and Washington.
Folder 1: Mt. Tom PondAdd to your cart.
A small photograph with a canoeist on the pond and a cabin in the background. The caption on the reverse side of the photograph is "Woodruff Mt Tom cabin".
Sub-Series 40: Norfolk RoadAdd to your cart.
Formerly known as East Goshen Road.
Folder 1: Norfolk Road #11Add to your cart.
Originally at #77 West Street. Owned 1799/1800 by Arad Way. Silas E. Cheney enlarged it by adding a second story. Owned in 1849 and 1862 by Mrs. Silas E. Cheney. George H. Hunt owned it in 1920. Moved about 1950 to Norfolk Road. Owned in 1986 by Edward Ives.
Folder 2: Norfolk Road #12Add to your cart.
Site of Spring Hill Sanitarium, later Spring Hill Farm and School. In 2012 the Forman School.
Sub-Folder 1: Norfolk Road #12Add to your cart.
Spring Hill Farm
Sub-Folder 2: Norfolk Road #12Add to your cart.
Spring Hill School
Sub-Folder 3: Norfolk Road #12Add to your cart.
Forman School
Sub-Folder 4: Norfolk Road site at #12Add to your cart.
Beecher house.
Folder 3: Norfolk Road #174Add to your cart.
Two photographs of Northwood Farms, home of Lowell Richards who owned the house in 1912. Richard Titherington owned it in 1929, and it was acquired by Paul Winter in 1977.
Sub-Series 41: North Lake StreetAdd to your cart.
Formerly known as North Griswold Street.
Folder 1: North Lake Street #58Add to your cart.
Two photographs of the construction of the playscape at Litchfield Community Field.
Folder 2: North Lake Street siteAdd to your cart.
Toboggan slide
Folder 3: North Lake Street #275Add to your cart.
Interior and exterior photographs of the house built for William Mitchell Van Winkle, Jr. in 1970-1971. Designed by H.C. Seherr-Thoss the house incorporated 3 barns from Hillhome Farm. Known as Crestfields, it was later owned by the Heilshorns.
Folder 4: North Lake Street site of #345Add to your cart.
Photograph taken in 1910 of Hillhome, residence of Edgar Beach Van Winkle. Built about 1892-1894, it was torn down in 1940. Stanley & Barbara built on the foundations in 1941/1942.
Folder 5: Views from North Lake StreetAdd to your cart.
Views from North Lake Street looking west. Bantam Lake and Mt. Tom are visible.
Sub-Series 42: North StreetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: North Street #7Add to your cart.
The Litchfield County jail was built in 1811. Also a photograph of the Whipping  Post Elm next to the jail and a photograph take Sept. 21, 1959 when the elm was cut down.
Folder 2: North Street #10Add to your cart.
Known as the Corner House due to its location on the corner of North & East Streets, it was owned by Charles Butler in 1792. In 1849 Oliver S. Weller owned the house and ran a small grocery store in the southwest corner. Later owned by Frederick Deming, Elbert P. Roberts, the Caesars, Edith Kingsbury, Robert Swayze, Carl Hatheway, and in 2012 by Norman and Trudi Hamilton.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street #10Add to your cart.

Two photographs.[ to be described]

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Folder 3: North Street #13Add to your cart.
Built in 1815 as the Phoenix Bank, this building became the First National Bank of Litchfield in 1864. The photographs show the Bank with the building to the south which was a drug store. The drug store, torn down in 1913, was replaced by the Litchfield Savings Bank and later owned by the FIrst National Bank, now Union Savings Bank.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street #13Add to your cart.

Phoenix Bank

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Sub-Folder 2: North Street site north of #13Add to your cart.
Photograph by W.H. Sanford of the 1884 house built by William Deming and later owned by his daughters  Charlotte and Adelaide Deming. The house stood where the parking lot for the bank is located and was moved behind Rose Haven, #31 North Street, when the parking lot was built in 1965. The house was torn down in 2009. Caption on the photograph indicates that it was taken "...while being painted (waiting for second coat) without blinds or curtains."
Folder 4: North Street #26Add to your cart.
Photograph taken in winter 1947 of the house built by Sylvester Spencer in 1854/1855. For a few year it served  as a Ladies School.
Folder 5: North Street #31Add to your cart.
This house was built in 1892 by Dr. Charles Belden on the site of an older house that was torn down. Owned in 1920 by Mrs. W.H.K. Godfrey, it became a convalescent/rest home after 1946 and was named Rose Haven.
Folder 6: North Street #47Add to your cart.
Built in 1775 by Thomas Sheldon, this house is most often referred to as the Tallmadge house, for it was owned by Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge in 1782. Gideon Hollister owned the house in 1846, followed by William Curtis Noyes,Emily Noyes Vanderpoel., and John Arendt Vanderpoel.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street #47Add to your cart.
A large number of photograph of the Tallmadge house, including one from about 1884 that includes Emily Noyes Vanderpoel and her son John Arent Vanderpoel.
Sub-Folder 2: North Street #47Add to your cart.
A series of 5 color photograph taken of the exterior of the Tallmadge House in October 2005 by Jordi Jove-Jorba. [2005-52-0]
Sub-Folder 3: North Street #47Add to your cart.

Two photographs [to be described]

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Folder 7: North Street #50Add to your cart.
Known as "The Lindens" and the Deming house, this house was bult in 1793 by Julius Deming. J. Deming Perkins owned the house in 1900, Frederick J. Kingsbury in 1910, and Ludlow S. Bull in 1936. There are a large number of photographs in sub-folders arranged chronologically as the house was remodeled by various owners.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street #50, 1858-1887Add to your cart.
Photographs from 1858-1887: owner Lucretia Deming. .
Sub-Folder 2: North Street #50, 1887-1910Add to your cart.
Photographs from 1887-1910: owner J. Deming Perkins
Sub-Folder 3: North Street #50, 1910-1936Add to your cart.
Photographs from 1910-1936: owners the Kingsburys
Sub-Folder 4: North Street #50, 1936-1985Add to your cart.
Photographs from 1936-1985: Owner Ludlow S. Bull
Sub-Folder 5: North Street #50, 1986-2004Add to your cart.
Photographs 1986-2004: owner Richard E. Gray. Extensive photographs of interior restoration.
Sub-Folder 6: North Street #50, 1986-2004Add to your cart.
Owner Richard E. Gary. More photographs of interior remodeling. Also exterior of the house and landscaping.
Sub-Folder 7: North Street #50Add to your cart.

Two photographs.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Folder 8: North Street #59Add to your cart.
Built in 1849 by GIdeon Hollister for Mrs. Mary Brisbane. The architect was Allan Jackson Downing. Mrs. Beeman & Mrs. Hollister resided there in 1849.  Owned in 1874 and 1900 by William H. Braman. Floyd Lewis & Jane (Cunningham) Vanderpoel owned the house in 1914. Later owned by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel. Known also as Trickhouse. Photographs include an early brown print;small black & white snapshot; and 4 color prints taken about 1973.
Folder 9: North Street #62Add to your cart.
Built about 1867 by Edwin McNeil. In 1894 it was The Litchfield Inn. Purchased in 1912 by Edith & Julius Hobart Bronson. Later owned by Harry I. Caesar (1961); Julius T. Sadler; Ken & Betty Merz. Threee black & white photographs, one with The Litchfield Inn sign hanging on a tree.
Folder 10: North Street #73Add to your cart.

Known as the Sheldon Tavern, this house was built in 1760 by Col. Elisha Sheldon. The architect was Giles Kilbourn. Later owned by Dr. Lemuel Hopkins. In 1795 it was bought by Urian Tracy and remodeled with William Sprat as the architect. Later Owners included Judge James Gould; Professor James M. Hoppin; John P. Elton (1910); Samuel H. Fisher.

[There are a large number of photographs to be divided and described.] Also a photograph of Gould's Law School  (1798-1823)building that was on the south side of the house and later moved to West Street, no longer standing

Folder 11: North Street #74Add to your cart.
The Dr. Reuben Smith house was built by Giles Kilbourne about 1770. Later owned by Asa Bacon; Henry R. Coit; and Charles H. Coit. It was extensively restored in the 1980s by Malcolm and Carol Bramley.
Folder 12: North Street #84Add to your cart.
Professor William G. Peck built this house in 1866/1867. Later owned by Mrs. Charles N. Warner (1920) and Mrs. Henry Graves. Two photographs, one about 1890 when the house had a tower on the northwest corner.
Folder 13: North Street #91Add to your cart.
Originally owned by John Allan and built ca.1797/1800, this house was later owned by Abel Catlin, M.D. (1849);Edwin McNeil (1874); Frederick Deming (1900,1925); and Frank Torrant (1948) who had the Torrant Funeral Home here.   Included in the photographs is one of Frederick Deming's music room, including an organ, taken in 1891.
Folder 14: North Street #94Add to your cart.
Originally located south of North Street #47 it was used at that location in the 1780s as a store by Benjamin Tallmadge. Moved to the present location in 1811/1812 by J.C. Wadsworth for Mrs. Hallett it was owned by James C. Wadsworth (1862, 1874); in 1900 by Rev. H.D. Kilbourne; in 1920 by Julius Adenaw; and by Harmon A. Poole. Photographs include a folder of "Working Photographs ca. 1945" by Wakefield Worchester, architect; and 3 photoraphs by Richard Wurts taken in 1969.  (Tallmadge Store)
Folder 15: North Street #101Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street site of #101Add to your cart.
Photograph of the E.S. Van Winkle house, and one as it was being demolished.
Sub-Folder 2: North Street site of #101Add to your cart.

Photograph of the E.S. Van Winkle house.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 2.

Sub-Folder 3: North Street #101Add to your cart.
The Henry S. Chase house was built by George Deacon in 1910 on the sile of the Van Winkle house that was town down. Later owned by Robert Swayze; Ephraim L. Corning (1923); E. Morris Jack (1941); Arthur and Vita Muir (1978); and Thomas McKnight.
Folder 16: North Street #102Add to your cart.
Known as the Charles S. Webb house, it was built in 1829/1830. Later owners included Leverett W. Wessells (1854,1862); Clarissa B. Deming; Mrs. E.T. McLaughlin 1900,1920); and Michael P. Mortara (1983).
Folder 17: North Street site between #102 and #114Add to your cart.
This house is no longer standing. It was built in 1745 by Michael Dickinson, owned by Eaton Jones (1832); rebuilt by Charles Jones in 1851-1852; later owned by Mary M. Jones; and Alice T. Bulkeley (1900, 1920). Ludlow Bull purchased this house and it was moved to Spring Hill School, now Forman, in 1937 where it later burned down.
Folder 18: North Street #114Add to your cart.
Built in 1828 by Leonard Goodwin, the house was later owned by John C. Riley; Frederick D. McNeil; and Alice T. Bulkeley, who also owned the non-extant house to the south. Ludlow Bull remodeled the house in 1926-1928 with Richard Dana as the architect. Photographs include 2 taken by K.S. Bissell before it was remodeled; and in 1967 when it was owned by Jess H. Smith.
Folder 19: North Street #115Add to your cart.
Known as the Daniel Sheldon house, this house was built 1783/1785. Later owners included Theron Beach (1849); Edgar B. Van WInkle ; Nathaniel Child; Herbert Jones; and Ivan and Susan Lowenthal. There are a large number of photographs of the exterior and interior.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street #115Add to your cart.

Photograph of the Daniel Sheldon house.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Folder 20: North Street #124Add to your cart.
Known as The Glebe, this house was bult by Julius Deming in 1833 for his daughter and son-in law Charles Perkins. Owners and occupants included Clarissa Deming Perkins; J. Deming Perkins; William W. Rockhill (Edith Perkins Rockhill); Cornelius DuBois; P. Erich Plehn; and Dr. Frank Vanoni (2012). Photographs include one from ca. 1890 and snapshots taken in 1967.
Folder 21: North Street #133Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street site of #133Add to your cart.
This house was torn down about 1895. Built by Sarah & Mary Pierce in 1803, later the home of John Pierce Brace, all connected with the Litchfield Female Academy.
Sub-Folder 2: North Street #133Add to your cart.
Built in 1895 by Frank Livingston Underwood on the property once the site of the Litchfield Female Academy, and Sarah and Mary Pierce houses. Later owners included curtis Hatheway, and Harold Harlow.
Folder 22: North Street #134Add to your cart.
Built in 1831 by Rev. Laurens P. Hickok. Later owners and occupants included Judge Church;David Wadhams;  J.W. Stevens (1862); Charles B. and Mabel Bishop; and the Farrells
Folder 23: North Street #153Add to your cart.
Built in 1863 for the Congregational Church Parsonage. Owned in 1948 by ALexander Ligett and later by Florence DObbins and in 1966 by Dallett & Lynn Hoopes.
Folder 24: North Street #158Add to your cart.
Built by Thomas Trowbridge in 1874 or 1876. Later owners include Mrs. Blanche Bucklin (1920); Franklin Coe (1940); Richard and Lynne Brickley.
Folder 25: North Street #161Add to your cart.
Originally the carriage barn/house for North Street #179 [Lynde Lord house].  Converted to a dwelling in 1963 by LeRoy Lent. Owned in 1980 by Mrs. Fitzhugh.
Folder 26: North Street #168Add to your cart.
Built by Oliver Boardman in 1785. Later owners included Erastus A. Lord; A. A. Lord and his sister Charlotte; Augustus Lord; Frances M. Lord; and Amy R. Thurston.
Folder 27: North Street #179Add to your cart.
Known as the Lynde Lord house, it was built about 1771. William Deming owned it in 1831 and 1849 and his daughter Charlotte Deming Ferry (Mrs. E. LeRoy Ferry) owned it in 1886. Later owners included Charlotte Ferry's daughter Anna Ferry Sanford (Mrs. Harrison Sanford); Anna Sanford's daughter Charlotte Sanford DeSylva; and Mrs. Dobbins.
Folder 28: North Street #180Add to your cart.
Built by Charles Julius and Anna (White) Deming in 1900. In 2012, owned by Philip Samponaro.
Folder 29: North Street #202Add to your cart.
On the corner of North Street and Beecher Lane. Built about 1949, Myrtle Delage owned it in 1959. The photograph is labeled the Simpson house.
Folder 30: North Street #211Add to your cart.
The original site of the Lyman Beecher house (and birthplace of Harriet Beecher Stowe) that was moved to Norfolk Road. This house, known as the Thomas Painter House that was built in 1685,  was moved from West Haven, Conn. Owners included C.A. Hatheway; and Beth and Oren Boynton. Photographs include the house on its original site in West Haven;interior views of the fireplaces, oven, and paneling;  the reconstruction of the house on North Street; and the Beecher well and Beecher elm tree on the property.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street #211Add to your cart.

Three photographs of the Thomas Painter house taken in 1969.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box #1.

Sub-Folder 2: North Street #211Add to your cart.

A large photograph of the Thomas Painter house at its original location in West Haven before it was moved to Litchfield.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 8.

Folder 31: North Street #221Add to your cart.
Known as the Henry R. Jones house, he enlarged it in 1882. In 2012 owned by Paul & Carol Baldi.
Folder 32: North Street #230Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: North Street site of #230Add to your cart.
Bult about 1900 by Mary DuBois and Elizabeth Starr VanWinkle, this house was torn down in 1926. Known as Meadow Home or Meadowlawn. Originally on the site was the early iron foundry of Morse & Carrington.
Sub-Folder 2: North Street #230Add to your cart.
The Bennet Bronson house was built in 1926. It has been known as  "Henderson". and is now part of the Forman School.
Folder 33: North Street #239Add to your cart.
Built by Frederick A.P. Barnard in 1888; later owners included Katharine Spencer Bissell (Mrs. L.P. Bissell); Harriet Colgate Abbe in 1929; R. Edward & Mary Wray; and Edward Sepples.
Folder 34: North Street #258Add to your cart.
This house was built by Alexander Catlin in 1778. It sits at the head of North Street at the intersection of Goshen Road and Norfolk Road. After Catlin owners included Stephen Deming; Dr. Henry W. Buel; Dr. John L. Buel; the misses M.W. & K.L. Buel; and Eugene Dooman. Photographs include interior views and the house in the blizzard of 1888.
Folder 35: North Street viewsAdd to your cart.

Views of North Street.

IN PROCESS - to be sorted.

Sub-Folder 1: North Street views - looking northAdd to your cart.
VIew of North Street looking north. Most do not have any buildings visible.
Sub-Folder 2: North Street views - looking southAdd to your cart.
Views of North Street looking south. Most have the West St. courthouse in view but do not have any buildings on North Street.
Sub-Folder 3: North Street views - east sideAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: North Street views - west sideAdd to your cart.
Views of the west side of North Street including the jail, drug store (torn down); and Phoenix Bank, later First National Bank.
Sub-Folder 5: North Street viewsAdd to your cart.
Views of North Street, some with yet to be identified houses. Also included is the watering trough and mile marker at the north end where the road divides into Goshen and Norfolk Roads.
Sub-Folder 6: North Street views - District SchoolAdd to your cart.
This photograph of the North Street District School was donated to the Historical Society in 1913 by Dr. Peck. The school, built in 1883, replaced an older building, and may have been located on the current Goshen road.  It closed in 1908-1909.
Sub-Series 43: NorthfieldAdd to your cart.
Miscellaneous photographs of Northfield, to be identified.
Folder 1: Northfield - FlutevilleAdd to your cart.
Photographs of Fluteville, an area of Northfield largely changed by flood control construction after the Flood of 1955. Included is a photograph of Shanley's mill that was operated until about 1910. Older maps show it as Curtis Mill. The goverment bought itfor flood control about 1957.
Sub-Folder 1: Northfield - Fluteville District SchoolAdd to your cart.
Two photographs of the Fluteville District School. One has a group of students with the teacher, Miss Mary Hopkins. The school was abandoned about 1908, last used as Shanley's chicken yard, and demolished after 1958 by the U.S. government for flood control area.
Folder 2: Northfield - Peck's Grist MillAdd to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the grist mill, warehouse, and other buildings built by Jeremiah Peck about 1858. Burned down ca. 1903/1904.
Folder 3: Northfield - District schoolAdd to your cart.
Two black and white photographs of a district school in the Northfield area, location unknown.
Folder 4: Northfield - Newton RoadAdd to your cart.
Photograph of an unknown location on Newton Road with Selectman Newton Tyler and 3 other people with a pair of oxen and a cart.
Folder 5: Northfield - Marsh District SchoolAdd to your cart.
A small black and white photograph of the Marsh District School. The photograph was donated to the Society in 1913 by Dr. Peck. On an 1874 map, a school is located on the north side of what is now Reder Road. The 1928/1929 Report for Litchfield schools states that a new school was built for the District in that school year and was located in Campville.
Folder 6: NorthfieldAdd to your cart.
Various buildings in Northfield, exact locations unknown.
Item 1: Northfield - Borgesson, Harry houseAdd to your cart.
Photograph of a decrepit house identified on the back as "Harry Borgesson house - up road toward Northfield".  A possible location for the house may have been on Northfield Road, as the  Borgesson family lived there but not in this house.
Item 2: Northfield - Elliot FarmAdd to your cart.
Two photographs labelled Elliot Farm, Northfield. One shows a barn and the other 2 yoke of oxen.
Item 3: Northfield - Turner homesteadAdd to your cart.
A photograph identified on the back as Turner Homestead, Albert M. Turner's family.
Item 4: Northfield - Wooster, Gilbert houseAdd to your cart.
Identifield as the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wooster, the people in the photograph are identified as the Woosters and their daughter Josephine; and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Catlin with their daughter Helen Catlin Turner. There are only 5 people in the photograph so further research needs to be done to clarify the identifications.
Item 5: Northfield - Unidentified houseAdd to your cart.
A small black & white photograph labelled Northfield.
Sub-Series 44: Northfield Road/Route 254Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Northfield Road #93Add to your cart.
Photograph taken in 1911 by M.W. Filley and title "The Old Gurdon FIlley Home". Owners included Thomas Catlin (1774); Elon Crompton (1786); Gurdon Filley; and the Lipeikas.
Folder 2: Northfield Road #382Add to your cart.
Two photographs, one by Richard Wurts in 1969, of the house built by Amos Moss in 1793. Known as Sweet Briar Farm, other owners included Estelle and Philemon Hewitt.
Folder 3: Northfield Road siteAdd to your cart.
Two photographs of the Guernsey Hill District School, no longer standing, with students and teachers. The school was located on the west side of Northfield Road near the beginning of Wigwam Road.
Sub-Series 45: Old Northfield RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Old Northfield Road #70Add to your cart.
A photograph taken about 1885 of the Noah Guernsey house built by Dutton. Members of the Smith family standing in front of the house were identified and named by James A. Smith in October 2002.
Sub-Series 46: Old South RoadAdd to your cart.
Formerly known as High Street.
Folder 1: Old South Road #42Add to your cart.
Two small photographs of the Walsh house, built in 1930 under the direction of Albert Pierce. Later owners included Moseleys and Byron Round.
Folder 2: Old South Road #63Add to your cart.
Built by Hiram B. Woodcock ca. 1828-1830, this house faces South Street, between #292 and #308. The location of the driveway is on Old South Road and the reason the house number is assigned to Old South Road.  Owners have included E. Hempsted [1852]; Sarah C. Coe [1888]; Elliott B & Sophie Allen [1899]; Clarissa c. Ambler (Mrs. Daniel [1908]; Richard Liggett [1920]; and Walter Upson, 1939-1975.
Folder 3: Old South Road #149Add to your cart.
Known historically as the Ethan Allen house, photographs include some taken about 1900 and also two by Richard Wurts taken in 1969. Later owners include Burton and Hinkle.
Folder 4: Old South Road #179Add to your cart.
A small black and white photograph of the house built in 1761 by William Marsh. Later owners included Michael Powers (1853); and Mrs. Katherine King (1900, 1920).
Folder 5: Old South Road #256Add to your cart.
A photograph of the Litchfield Country Club Clubhouse, originally a dwelling built in 1853 by George Prescott and later owned by Arthur Catlin before it was purchased by White Memorial Foundation. It became the Litchfield Country Club in 1916. Also a photograph of 2nd and 3rd holes on the golf  course.
Sub-Folder 1: Old South Road #256Add to your cart.

Aerial view of the Litchfield Country Club golf course.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Sub-Folder 2: Old South Road #256, 1992 Nov 23Add to your cart.
Five color photographs of the Litchfield Country Club golf course after it was flooded by a rainstorm in November 1992.
Folder 6: Old South Road housesAdd to your cart.
Eight small black and white photographs of houses on Old South road to be identified.
Sub-Series 47: Potash RoadAdd to your cart.
Located in Milton.
Folder 1: Potash Road #43Add to your cart.
Black and white photograph of the Charles Wadhams house.
Sub-Series 48: Prospect StreetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Prospect Street #21Add to your cart.
Built in 1904 by Mary Perkins Quincy, this house is known as Ardley. Later owners included John Cook; Whitney & Elizabeth Brooks; Richard Rutter; and the Shienbrots.
Folder 2: Prospect Street #33Add to your cart.
Built by Shepherd Knapp in 1894, the Knapps named this house "Hic Habitat Felicitas". The architect was S. Edson Gage. Later owned by Kate (Knapp) & George A. Vondermuhll (1911); Valerie Vondermuhl; & Alfred Vondermuhl.
Folder 3: Prospect Street #50Add to your cart.
Built in 1842 by Daniel Baldwin. Later owners included Stephen Deming (1852,1862); Anna & Charlotte Richards; and Malcolm Foord.
Folder 4: Prospect Street #55Add to your cart.
Built by Reuben Webster in 1786 and by 1849 it was used as the Congregational Parsonage. Rev. George Richards lived here in 1862. After the Congregational Parsonage was built at #153 North Street in 1863, it became a private residence. Some of the later owners included Anna W. Dana; Archibald McMartin; William Maxwell; Wagner Thielens; Lynne T. Field; and Ray and Carol Gibney.
Folder 5: Prospect Street #64Add to your cart.
Probably built in 1832 or 1833 and moved from South Street by Daniel Baldwin in 1840. The owner in 1862 was Mary Pierce. It was purchased in 1884 by George C. Richards, Jr. and remained in the Richards family until 1946 when it was sold to Laura and Thomas Bryant. The house has been renovated and altered from the 1885 photograph of Prospect Street. Also a smaller black & white photograph with the renovations.
Folder 6: Prospect Street #109Add to your cart.
Built about 1886 by W.J. Fitzgerald, with Victorian turret & dormers designed by McKin, Mead & White and added in 1890. In 1928 it was renovated to colonial by Charles Hickox. Later owners included Jay Younglin and Peter Tillou. Photographs include the FItzgerald house as designed by architect A. Page Brown; and the later Hickox house.
Folder 7: Prospect Street #147Add to your cart.
A small black & white photograph taken of the back of the house. It was owned in 1879 by Josiah WIlliams Wheeler and in 1920 by Emily M. Wheeler. Later owners included Loyall & Emily Osborne (1938); Mary Lou & William (Bob) Reid (1959); and Dick Ebersol and Susan St. James. Known at Belaire/Belleaire.
Folder 8: Prospect Street #163Add to your cart.
Emily M. Wheeler purchased this cottage, known as the McCall cottage, in 1897 and renamed it Orchard Cottage. She used it as a summer home for New York CIty shop girls. It was later owned by Marty & Jame Moraghan.
Folder 9: Prospect Street viewsAdd to your cart.
A view of Prospect Street and views from Prospect Hill, including a view west to Bantam Lake and looking east to the center of Litchfield.
Sub-Series 49: Russell StreetAdd to your cart.
Russell Street goes south  from West Street at the bottom of West Hill to the end of South Lake Street.
Folder 1: Russell Street #28Add to your cart.

Litchfield Station of the Shepaug Valley Railroad. Photograph taken in 1909 includes early automobiles, and horse and buggies.

Currently the photograph is housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Sub-Series 50: Saw Mill RoadAdd to your cart.
Located in Milton.
Folder 1: Saw Mill Road #37Add to your cart.
Built about 1785 by Jeremiah or John Griswold. Later owners included Isaac Baldwin, Jr.; James Duggan; and Ellis (1996).
Folder 2: Saw Mill Road #49Add to your cart.
Three photographs taken in 1924 before alterations of the house built by WIlliam Spratt about 1797. It was owned in 1970 by Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Gauger.
Folder 3: Saw Mill Road #65Add to your cart.
This house was built in 1759. Owners included Reuben Dickinson; William Hall; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Busk. Indian Spring is a commonly used house name.
Folder 4: Saw Mill Road #74Add to your cart.
Originally located on Buell Road in East Litchfield, this house was moved to this site in 1961 and restored by Blaine & Eleanor Cota. They name it Heritance House. It was built about 1724 by Deacon John Buell. Owned in 2012 by Carol Bramley. Photographs include one of the house at its original location,  interior views of the chimney & paneling; restoration work; and 1969 views taken by Richard Wurts.
Folder 5: Saw Mill Road #127Add to your cart.
Located at the corner of Saw Mill Road and Milton Road, this house is thought to have built in 1774. Owners have included Jehiel Parmelee; David Welch; Reeves W. Hart; and Thomas Barnes.
Folder 6: Saw Mill Road siteAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the mill built by Justus Seelye in the late 1700s and last used by Judge John T. Hubbard in the early 1930s.  It was torn down in 1940. Included are photographs taken by Charles A. Earl that show the gorge, dam and bridge over the outlet of the Pond at Saw Mill Road.
Sub-Series 51: Seherr Thoss DriveAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Seherr Thoss Drive #19Add to your cart.
A small black & white  photograph of the Butternut Farm house when owned by Hans and Sonia Seherr Thoss.
Sub-Series 52: Shear Shop RoadAdd to your cart.
Shear Shop Road is located in Milton.
Folder 1: Shear Shop Road sitesAdd to your cart.
There are two photographs of the Thomas Hinchcliff house that was built about 1880. Also a copy of a photograph of the Shear Shop taken in 1916.
Folder 2: Shear Shop Road - Shear Shop PondAdd to your cart.
Two photographs taken of Shear Shop Pond by Charles A. Earl.
Folder 3: Shear Shop Road bridgesAdd to your cart.
Photographs by Charles A. Earl - one of the old wooden bridge on Shear Shop Road, and one of the cement bridge that replaced it.
Sub-Series 53: South Lake StreetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: South Lake Street #48Add to your cart.
A small color photograph of a house built about 1850. In 1859 it was owned by Chester Thomas and in 1868 by Nelson Barnes. Other owners included George W. Mason (1905); John L. Bourquin; and Ann S. Kidder (1976).
Sub-Series 54: South Plains Road/Route 63Add to your cart.
Also known as Litchfield-Watertown Road and Straits Turnpike.
Folder 1: South Plains Road #560Add to your cart.
A black and white photograph of the South Plains District School before it was converted into a residence in 1938/1939. The photograph was taken before 1913, when it was donated to the Historical Society by Dr. Peck.
Folder 2: South Plains Road site between #601 and #641Add to your cart.
This house was built in 1756 by Elijah Peck. Included are two photographs from the late 1880s or 1890s by K.T. Sheldon and labeled "Peck Homestead".  It was known as Sucker Brook Farm and later as Minty Farm. Owners included Alexis Doster until 1955; and the Carrs. There are also 7 small black & white photographs that are undated, probably in the 1950s. The house burned down before 1986 as it was not included on the Litchfield Architectural Survey.
Sub-Series 55: South StreetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: South Street site of #7Add to your cart.
The Ebenezer Marsh House built 1759-1760. Later owned by Oliver Goodwin (1849,1852); Mrs. D.E. Bostwick (1874); and Dr. H.E. Gates before it was town down in 1899 to make way for the Noyes Memorial Building that housed the Litchfield Historical Society and the Wolcott & Litchfield CIrculating Library. Photographs include a group of men cutting wood for the Mansion house (ca.1860) with the Marsh house in the background. Also included are photographs of the Sign Post Elm that was located on the property at the corner of East and South Streets.
Item 1: South Street site of #7Add to your cart.
A group of people with a horse and carriage in front of the house, taken when it was owned by Mr. Yates. On the back of the photograph are the names of the people: Helen Stewart Brown; Amy Muller; Minerva Buel; George C. Woodruff; James Brown; George Hunter Brown; and Henry Trowbridge.
Sub-Folder 1: South Street #7 - Lincoln Memorial OakAdd to your cart.
Two photographs of the Lincoln Oak, planted by Gov. Holcomb on August 2, 1920 during Litchfield's Bicentennial celebration. On the back of one photograph, taken by Mr. Foster, is written that the oak was from an acorn near Lincoln's grave and grown by Herman Foster of Bantam. At the time of the photograph it was 3 years old. Another later photograph was taken August 10, 1926 and shows Center Park and the jail in the background.
Sub-Folder 2: South Street site of #7 - Sign Post ElmAdd to your cart.
Two photographs of the Sign Post Elm, located on the southeast corner of East and South Streets, now the Litchfield History Museum. The tree is gone but there is a small plaque to mark its location. Notices for public meetings, events, etc., which can be seen in the photographs, were put on the tree.
Folder 2: South Street #23Add to your cart.
St. Michael's Episcopal Church. Includes 2 photographs of a wood carved head of John DeRoss, who worked on the church.
Sub-Folder 1: South Street site of #23Add to your cart.
Photographs of the 2nd St. Michael's Church built on this site. Built in 1858, it was removed in 1919 to make way for the 3rd church building.
Sub-Folder 2: South Street #23Add to your cart.
Photographs of St. Michael's church, including the laying of the cornerstone on June 6, 1920; exterior and interior views; the memorial window to Judge Edward W. Seymour. The window was designed by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel and made by Heingke & Bowen in New York.
Folder 3: South Street #24Add to your cart.
Known historically as the Moses Seymour, Jr. house and Beckwith house, it was built in 1819-1820 and later owned by Josiah G. Beckwith.
Folder 4: South Street #34Add to your cart.
The Ozias Seymour house was built in 1807-1808 by his father Major Mose Seymour. In 1849 it was owned by Origen S. Seymour,  in 1900,1920 by Morris W. Seymour; and in 1963 by George and Warren Smith. Photographs include exterior and interior views.
Folder 5: South Street #35Add to your cart.
Originally the house and law office of Phineas Miner, built about 1820, it was enlarged as a store by Silas N. Bronson (Bronson's store). In 1893 it was the 1st home of the Litchfield County Historical & Antiquarian Society. By 1920, it was the clubhouse of The Sanctum.
Folder 6: South Street #39Add to your cart.
In 1780, this building was owned by Benjamin Hanks and used as his residence and shop.  Hanks was a silversmith and clockmaker. Ebenezer Bolles later owned the building, and Josiah Parks Hotel and stagecoach stop was here. Abraham C. Smith owned it in 1848 and 1852.
Folder 7: South Street #44Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: South Street site of #44Add to your cart.
Built about 1735 by E. Marsh Sr. or Thomas Grant. Later the home of Major Moses Seymour, the house was torn down in 1855.
Sub-Folder 2: South Street #44Add to your cart.
Built in 1855 by George C. Woodruff, and later owned by George M. Woodruff.
Folder 8: South Street #49Add to your cart.
St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church
Sub-Folder 1: South Street site of #49Add to your cart.
St. Anthony's church built in 1887, and burned down in 1944.
Sub-Folder 2: South Street site of #49Add to your cart.
Photographs of the fire that destroyed St. Anthony's 1887 Church on October 5, 1944.
Sub-Folder 3: South Street #49Add to your cart.
St. Anthony Padua Catholic Church built in 1948. Photographs of the church before and after the steeple was added. Also photographs taken in 1931 of the Connecticut sycamore tree in front of St. Anthony's.
Sub-Folder 4: South Street #49Add to your cart.
Built by Edward Seymour in 1864, this house was later owned by Origen Seymour. in 2012 it is the Rectory for St. Anthony's church.
Folder 9: South Street #58Add to your cart.
This house was built in 1829 by Elihu Harrison. George C. Woodruff owned it and enlarged it in 1860. It was owned and enlarged again by James P. Woodruff. Photographs are of the house before some of the addidtions.
Folder 10: South Street #65Add to your cart.
Built by Dr. Alanson Abbe in 1831, this house was owned by Ben H. Morse in 1849; John Snevily in 1862; and William H. Sanford (1900, 1920).
Sub-Folder 1: South Street #65Add to your cart.

Tinted print by Wallace Nutting.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 2.

Folder 11: South Street #74Add to your cart.
Built by Samuel Seymour in 1784-1785, this house became the Parsonage/Rectory for St. Michael's Parish.
Folder 12: South Street #89Add to your cart.
Oliver Wolcott Sr. built this house in 1753-1754. Frederick Wolcott enlarged it and later owners included Thomas Harney; Alice Wolcott; and Mrs. Sherman. In 1971 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Sub-Folder 1: South Street #89Add to your cart.

Photograph of the Oliver Wolcott, Sr. house.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Folder 13: South Street #102Add to your cart.
Lyman J. Smith built this house in 1833-1834. Later owners included John H. Hubbard (1855); John T. Hubbard (1920); and James and Victoria Sansing.
Folder 14: South Street #113Add to your cart.
Historically known as the Marvin/Kirby house, the early owners were Reynold Marvin and Ephraim Kirby. The 1852 map shows H.B. Graves as owner; followed by Andrew HIne in 1862; Harriet Belden (1868,1900); Mrs. Harlan B. Mendenhall (1920); and the Patenges. Color photographs taken in 1997 document interior renovations.
Folder 15: South Street #130Add to your cart.
Two small black & white photographs taken in 1901, at that time the John Lindley house. Owned in 1847 bny Henry Bissell and later by Mary S. Hollister (1877); Thomas Smith (1883); John Lindley; and Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reed (1921). Also a photograph taken in 1963 when the owner was Dr. Robertson.
Folder 16: South Street #145Add to your cart.
Early photographs of the Wiggin house that was built as a summer home for Elizabeth and Frederick about 1871. It remained in the Wiggin family, including Charlotte Wiggin and Lewis Wiggin. Later owners included Hope and Benjamin Gaillard.
Folder 17: South Street #150Add to your cart.
Photographs of the house built in 1850-1851 by William F. Baldwin. Owned by 1886 by F. Rathford Starr; Florence E. Frose (1921); Ruth Smith (Mrs. James E. Smith) in 1923; and Thomas Gillis.
Folder 18: South Street #160Add to your cart.
Known historically as the Oliver Wolcott, Jr. house, this house was built in 1799 by Elijah Wadsworth in 1799 and enlarged by Oliver Wolcott, Jr. in 1817. Later owners included Colonel George B. Sanford (1900); Mrs. Harry G. Day (1920); and A. Sheldon Pennoyer & his mother Virginia Pennoyer (1929-1948). In 1963 it became the home of the Oliver Wolcott Library, with a modern addition by architect Eliot Noyes.
Sub-Folder 1: South Street #160Add to your cart.

Photograph of the Oliver Wolcott Jr. house.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 1.

Folder 19: South Street site of #165Add to your cart.
A south view of the Parmelee house, torn down in 1890.
Folder 20: South Street #173Add to your cart.

Seymour Cunningham completed this house in 1895. The architect was Erik Rossiter. Later owners included Thomas and Ann Hubbard; and Kenneth and Betty Merz.

Photograph currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 8.

Item 1: South Street #173Add to your cart.
A small black & white photograph of the Cunningham house taken in 1963.
Item 2: South Street #173Add to your cart.

A hand colored photograph of the Cunningham house taken in spring 1915.

Photograph currently housed in Photograph Oversize box 8.

Folder 21: South Street #180Add to your cart.
Built in 1828 as the Wolcott Institute, a boys' school that lasted only a few years; this house was owned by William F. Baldwin (1862); Mrs. Latimer (1874 map); Margaret E. Wallbridge (1900); Watson Beach Day (1920); and the Reilings. There is one photograph when it was owned by the Wallbridges about 1890.
Folder 22: South Street #195Add to your cart.
Ozias Lewis built this house in 1806 or 1809 and he still owned it in 1849. Later owners included Cornelius Roosevelt Duffie (1900); Mrs. Antoinette Cahill (1920); and Iola Haverstick.
Folder 23: South Street #204Add to your cart.
Henry R. Towne built this house in 1915 on land formerly owned by the Litchfield County Agricultural Society. It was owned in 1925 by Admiral Charles L. & Harriet Brownson Hussey. There are 2 photographs of Colonel Samuel Fisher's library building that was moved from North Street to this site by Alexander Liggett in 1930. Owned in 2012 by George Jeannette Ching.
Folder 24: South Street #205Add to your cart.
Built by Rev. Cornelius Roosevelt Duffie II for his son Cornelius Duffie III in 1890. Later owners included Mrs. Antoinette Cahill (1920); Philip Brewster; Mary and Josephine Brewster. One photograph shows the house before it was altered to incorporate the front porch into the house. A second photograph was taken in 1963 and also shows South Street #193.
Folder 25: South Street #311Add to your cart.
This house was built by George W. Thompson in 1868 for his sisters Sarah E. and Anna P. Thompson. Later owners included Vernon Monroe; Warren McArthur; F.W. Horn; Henry L. Shepard in the 1960s; E.L. Childs.
Folder 26: South Street viewsAdd to your cart.
Views of South Street that include multiple buildings or landscapes.
Sub-Folder 1: South Street views - looking northAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: South Street views - looking southAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: South Street views - east sideAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.
A photograph of men with a wood pile in front of the Marsh house [gone] on the site of South Street #7.
Item 2Add to your cart.
Two men on skiis in the winter of 1900 with buildings at South Street #21 - #49.
Item 3Add to your cart.
Buildings on the east side of South St. from St. Michael's Church to the Benjamin Hanks House. The photoraph was taken before the church steeple blew down in April 1894.
Item 4Add to your cart.
Photograph of a horse and buggy in front of South St. #21 and St. Michael's Church.
Item 5Add to your cart.
Photograph of a man and woman in a buggy, identified on the back as M.W. Buel and J. Mason Hoppin, on Sept. 26, 1885. In the background is St. Michael's Church and South St. #21. which has a sign for Litchfield Circulating & Wolcott Libraries.
Sub-Folder 4: South Street views - east side buildingsAdd to your cart.
Individual photographs of buildings on the east side of South Street that do not have separate folders.
Sub-Folder 5: South Street views - west sideAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.
Photograph of South Street looking south to the intersection of Old South Road, before the house at South Street #272 was built ca.1889 -1901. In the photograph there is a horse and buggy, a man on a velocipede, and 2 horseback riders. The house at South Street #180 [Watson Beach Day] is visible on the right side, and Old South Rodad #63 is in the distance.
Item 2Add to your cart.
Photographed  on South Street, a horse and buggy proceeds in front of a white picket fence with the side of South St. #74 [St. Michael's Rectory] on the left side.
Sub-Folder 6: South Street views - west side buildingsAdd to your cart.
Individual photographs of buildings on the west side of South Street that do not have separate folders.
Sub-Folder 7: South Street views - west side business blocksAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 8: South Street views - miscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Miscellaneous and unidentified views of South Street.
Sub-Series 56: Torrington RoadAdd to your cart.
Route 202 from the center of Litchfield to Torrington.
Folder 1: Torrington Road #113Add to your cart.
The house was built about 1895  by Professor Henry s. Munroe, who named it Stoneledge. A portion of the house may have been moved from another site and added on.
Folder 2: Torrington Road #571Add to your cart.
Now known at Toll Gate Inn, this building was originally located on East Litchfield Road and served as the Captain William Bull Tavern. Later it became part of the Candee farm. It was moved in 1925 and restored by Frederick Fuessenich. In 1983 the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The photograph is labeled Candee Farm and was taken at the original location of East Litchfield Road.
Folder 3: Torrington Road siteAdd to your cart.
The photograph is labeled "Weir Homestead" Toll Gate Hill. It is no longer standing.
Folder 4: Torrington Road viewAdd to your cart.

A print of a photo taken by John A. Vanderpoel of a great willow tree on the edge of Bantam River by the bridge on Torrington Road at the bottom of the hill below the center of Litchfield. Date on the back in 1896.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 8.

Folder 5: Torrington Road & Karl StreetAdd to your cart.
Located at the southeast corner of Torrington Road and Karl Street (at #65 Karl Street) this building was the District 5 (Harris Plains) Schoolhouse originally located in front of the American Legion Hall at #418 Bantam Road. It was moved behind the Litchfield school at the top of East Street in 1922-23 and used for one year for the kindergarten. When the school was torn down it was moved to the present site. One photograph shows the building at its Harris Plains site, and a color photograph from the 1990s shows it as a storage/garage building.
Folder 6: Torrington Road - North Farms District SchoolAdd to your cart.
In 1913, Dr. Peck donated this small black & white photograph of the North Farms District School. On an 1874 map, it was located on the west side of Torrington Road, north of the intersection with Town Farm Road. The school was closed ca. 1917
Sub-Series 57: Town Farm RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Town Farm Road #168Add to your cart.
A photograph of the Town Poor Farm house at the time the Doyles were managers. There are a number of people standing on the porch.
Sub-Series 58: West Chestnut HIll RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: West Chestnut Hill Road #11Add to your cart.
Historically known as the Whiting house, it was purchased unfinished by Stephen Clark in 1803. There was a stream on the property with a tannery. Various owners of the property before Clark included Seth Landon, Timothy Skinner, Caleb Wetmore, and Charles Marsh. Later owners included Jason & Sarah (Clark) Whiting (1829); and Mrs. Harry Cutler Blanchard (1973).
Folder 2: West Chestnut Hill site of #14Add to your cart.
One photograph of the west room of the house that burned down in 1994. Built in 1780, some of the owners included Lilly and Florence Baldwin; Virginia Pennoyer; Albert & Agnes Pierce: Henry Hoffman; Julia Wolcott and her sister Mrs. Elizabeth W. Hamilton. [Baldwin-Hamilton house]
Sub-Series 59: West StreetAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: West Street site of #3Add to your cart.
The Mansion House stood on the corner of West and South Streets until it burned down in 1886. Grove Catlin was the original owner who built it in 1800-1801 and when it was known as Catlin's Hotel. By 1849 it was the Mansion House. The photographs show the Mansion House and adjoining buildings on West and South Street. One view, probably taken from the Congregational Church steeple, looks south west across the Green's East Park and includes the Sign Post Elm, Town Pump, buildings on both streets; with Little Pond and Bantam Lake in the distance.
Folder 2: West Street #3Add to your cart.
Two photographs of butchers in Weir's Meat Market that was located in the Phelps building. The Phelps building was built on the site of the Mansion House that burned down in 1886. There have been many businesses in the Phelps block.
Folder 3: West Street #15Add to your cart.
The Litchfield County Courthouse.
Sub-Folder 1: West Street #15 - Courthouse 1889Add to your cart.
Photographs of the Litchfield County Courthouse built in 1889. This was the third courthouse built on the site - the first burned down in 1886 and the second in 1888.
Sub-Folder 2: West Street #15 - Courthouse 1914Add to your cart.
The courthouse was remodeled in 1913/1915 as part of the Colonial Revival movement. Photographs of this building include the architect's sketch for the remodeling; a side by side comparison of the building before and after renovations; views across Center Park; and a close-up of the cupola and weathervane.
Folder 4: West Street #33Add to your cart.
Exterior photographs of the Grannis & Elmore block, built in 1888, that included the Granniss & Elmore store on the street level; a harness shop in the basement; and a second floor. Interior views are of Mr. Elmore and Mr. Granniss in the store, and power machinery in the basement. Later occupants in the block included Chapin & BIrk; Birk's WIne Cellar, the Fabric Store, and Superior Foods.
Folder 5: West Street site of #40Add to your cart.
Dewey & Bulkley's furniture warehouse. In 1801 it was Silas E. Cheney's cabinet shop which was rebuilt and enlarged by David C. Bulkley. Used at various times as a cabinet shop, furniture store, and warehouse. The building was torn down in 1891 to make room for the first FIre House.
Folder 6: West Street #60Add to your cart.
Horace Gregory started building this house in 1820 and it was finished by A. Wadsworth. Later owners included Garwood Sanford (1862); William T. Marsh (1920); and the Tiemans (2012). [Sanford-Marsh house]
Folder 7: West Street #62 (rear)Add to your cart.
A photograph of a building behind the house as West Street #62 when it was called The Golden Eagle that served luncheon, tea, & supper. It later became Thoms Antiques and Thomas McBride's antique shop.
Folder 8: West Street #51Add to your cart.
A black & white photograph of the Litchfield Ford building  on the corner of West and Meadow Streets. It later became Aspen Garden restaurant and On the Green restaurant (2012)
Folder 9: West Street #69Add to your cart.
The United Methodist church was built in 1885.
Folder 10: West Street site of #74Add to your cart.
Designed by S. Edson Gage, this building was built in 1893. Various names included the Casino Club; Litchfield Club; Litchfield Club House; Litchfield Playhouse/Community Playhouse; and Litchfield Lawn Club. Town down in 1960 to make way for the Litchfield Town Hall.
Sub-Folder 1: West Street site of #74Add to your cart.
Photographs of the Litchfield Club in 1894 and later photographs including Community Playhouse
Sub-Folder 2: West Street site of #74 (rear)Add to your cart.
Two photographs of the Litchfield Lawn Club grounds behind the Club House building. One shows the tennis courts with spectators watching a match, and the other tents set up beside the tennis courts with some sort of  event.
Folder 11: West Street #82Add to your cart.
Built in 1786 by Amos Galpin, it was later owned by Jesse L. Judd; and Alexander & Stella Van Laer. Mrs. Van Laer called in Laercourt Lodge, an elegant small hotel in 1915 until the 1930s. Photographs before and after renovations by the Van Laers.
Folder 12: West Street #85Add to your cart.

Photograph & sketches of Chabad Lubavitch building. Earlier this was a house built by Julius Deming in 1872 and later owned by Julia A. Deming (1920); Alfred Kreis (1951); and Ed and Margie Eveleth (Wilderness Shop).

Currently this folder is housed in Photograph Oversize Box 8.

Folder 13: West Street #86Add to your cart.
George Elmore built this house in 1901. In 1936 T. Lynne Barber converted it into a 2 family house. The photograph was taken about 1920.
Folder 14: West Street #125Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: West Street site of #125Add to your cart.
Built as the Hawkhurst Hotel, the name was later changed to the Berkshire Hotel or Hotel Berkshire. At some time it was referred to as Lake View Hotel. It was torn down in 1919 to make way for Center School.
Sub-Folder 2: West Street #125Add to your cart.
Center School.
Folder 15: West Street #294Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: West Street site of #294Add to your cart.
A small black & white photograph of Elmridge/Elm Ridge. Some of the owners of this house included Jedediah Strong; Mrs. E.A. McNeill; and Rev. Dr. Randolph Ray (1927). The elms were planted by Lyman Smith before the Civil War. The house was torn down to make way for Litchfield Savings Bank, now Litchfield BanCorp.
Sub-Folder 2: West Street #294Add to your cart.
Photographs of a stone milestone, erected by Jedediah Strong in 1787. At that time it would have stood in front of Strong's house. Now in front of Litchfield BanCorp.
Folder 16: West Street site at corner of Milton RoadAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the house owned by Colonel Albert E. Lamb.  By 1946 it was the Westleigh Inn; in 1973 GIldersleeves; and in 1976 the Meeting House Inn. It burned down in the early 1980s. Hack and Eraclito owned it when it was the Westleigh Inn. Now the site of Westleigh Condominiums.
Folder 17: West Street before 1886 - Mansion House cornerAdd to your cart.
Buildings at the corner of West & South Streets before the 1886 fire. Included are the Mansion House, Bishop's Store; McNeil & Hinsdale Store; Courthouse; Beckwith house and store; and Judd block.
Folder 18: West Street before 1886 - Mansion House to Court HouseAdd to your cart.
Photographs before the 1886 fire. Buildings from the Mansion House to the Court House. Signs for businesses include Edwin McNeil & Co., W.R. Coe meat market; Livery Stable; The Litchfield Enquirer; Bishop & Sedgwick. Some views include the Green and buildings on the east side of South Street.
Item 1: West Street before 1886Add to your cart.

A large black & white photograph  of the business bocks on West Street before the 1886 fire from the Mansion House to the Beach block.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize box 8.

Folder 19: West Street before 1886 - Livery stable to Granniss & ElmoreAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the business buildings before the 1886 fire. Buildings west of the Court house were not burned down in the 1886 fire, but were destroyed in the 1888 fire.
Folder 20: West Street before 1888 - Braman & Bissell to the Center SchoolAdd to your cart.
Business blocks on West Street west of the Court House before the fire of 1888. Stores included Braman & Bissell; E.W. Meafoy; Stoves & Hardware;  a Millinery & fancy goods store; C,. Shumway, a harness maker; Peter Karl, tailor; Granniss & Elmore; Beach & Cummings.
Folder 21: West Street -1886 fire ruinsAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the business block ruins on West and South Streets after the 1886 fire. Views looking north include residences and the Congregational Church on East Street.
Folder 22: West Street - after 1886 fire and before 1888 fireAdd to your cart.
Views of the corner of West & South Streets after the construction of the brick blocks (including Phelps block) and the newly built wooden courthouse [it burned down in the 1888 fire]. Also a view across the Green with the temporary buildings used by merchants.
Folder 23: West Street - 1888 fire ruinsAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the aftermath of the 1888 fire that destroyed the Court House and buildings to the west, down to and including Beach's block. Some photos show furniture, barrels, and other goods pulled from the buildings and piled on the Green.
Folder 24: West Street - 1867 and 1907Add to your cart.
Two postcards pasted together to show the identical views of business blocks and the Court House on West Street before (1867) and after (1907) the fires of 1886 and 1888.
Folder 25: West Street viewsAdd to your cart.
Miscellaneous views of the south side of West Street, including World War I celebration; 2 men in a Marmon roadster with West Street in the background, taken in 1917 by Kate Knapp Vondermuhll; and a series of small black & white photos of all the buildings from the corner of South Street to the corner of Meadow Street, taken in Dec. 1975. Also a photo of a building burned down in a fire sometime after 1888, at the corner of West St. and Meadow St.
Sub-Folder 1: West Street views - Business blocksAdd to your cart.

Panoramic views of the business buildings on the south side of West Street and the west side of South Street, consisting of black and white photographs glued onto 6 pieces of poster board. Included is a photograph of the parking lot behind the businesses. These are enlargements of the series of small black and white photographs in Folder 25.

Currently housed in Photograph Oversize Box 10.

Sub-Series 60: Whiskers LaneAdd to your cart.
Color photograph taken in 1957 of the Ebenezer Marsh house, built ca. 1740, located at the intersection of Whiskers Lane and Wigway Road. Later owners included Linus T. Gilbert; Mrs. Lawrence Hunter; Jeannette Washburn (1986).
Sub-Series 61: White Memorial FoundationAdd to your cart.
Photographs of White Memorial Foundation property and events.
Sub-Series 62: Whites Woods RoadAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: West CemeteryAdd to your cart.
Photographs of the Soldiers Lot and Mary Buel's gravestone in West Cemetery.
Folder 2: Whites Woods Road site of Frederick Marsh houseAdd to your cart.
An 1860 photograph of the Frederick A. Marsh house. It was later  used as a camp, including Lake House Camp, with photographs included.
Sub-Series 63: Wolcott StreetAdd to your cart.
Wolcott Street runs east to west between South Street and Meadow Street
Folder 1: Wolcott Street #49Add to your cart.
Located on the corner of Meadow Street, this house was built  for Curtis Hatheway as a summer home in 1895, Later owners included Rev. & Mrs. Edward Norman Curry. Photographs taken in 1946.
Series 2: Photographic PortraitsAdd to your cart.
Photographic portraits of Litchfield residents.
Folder 1: Adams, Family, 1892Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
17 photographs of various family members and generations of Adams Family
Folder 2: Aldrich, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
One photograph of Aldrich wearing an evening gown.
Folder 3: Anderson, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two pictures includes one with six children.
Folder 4: Arnts, Mr. & Mrs. Barzilla, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.

Three pictures include one of Mr. Barzilla Arnts and two of Mrs. Susan (Bidwell) Barzilla Arnts.

There are variant spellings of Barzilla, Barzillai, Barzillia and Barazilla.

Folder 5: Arthur Family, 1861Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Four photographs includes one of T.S. Arthur, one of Eliza Arthur and two of Louise C. Arthur as a young girl.
Folder 6: Bacon, Mary, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Two copies of Mary Bacon of Roxbury. Description is given as Gold frame with monogram M.B. It appears to be set within a folding pocket frame. Dimensions to the actual item are given as 1 3/4" x 1 3/8".
Folder 7: Baldwin Family, 1883Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Names referenced are of Roger Sherman Baldwin as Governor of Connecticut and U.S. Senator, also graduated from the Litchfield Law School. Also George L. Baldwin, Alex McNeil Baldwin. Robert L. Baldwin is on a postcard. Women include Ella Adams Baldwin, Katherine and Margaret Baldwin and others. One picture shows four women wearing hats with a feather posed in front of two bicycles having a skirt guard over the back wheel.
Folder 8: Bantam Bill, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
The description reads: Bantam Bill The Bashful Brusier, Now running in the Woodruff Home Companion. The picture is labled as The Posse and points to three men seated in an early modle car with the top opened. Three men standing are labled The Sheriff, The Prisioner, and The Detective. The bottom inscriptions reads: Wonderful prizes for the person who can tell what bill is thinking about.
Folder 9: Barnes, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
One picture of Katie Watts Barns, Wife of Frank Barns, Mother of Clarence Barnes.
Folder 10: Batterson, undatedAdd to your cart.View associated digital content.
Includes three pictures of Mary Batterson and one of her sister Clara. Three of the backs are stamped by a Hartford Conn. photograpy studio.
Folder 11: Beach Family, 1897Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Photography of Mary (Batterson) Beach, wife of Dr. Beach, also a baby picture of their son Goodwin. A picture of Roy Beach is labled Town Clerk 1871-1882. The folder also includes three copies of Mrs. Theron Beach, also labled Lucy Sheldon, who lived with Mrs. Childs.
Folder 12: Beckwith Family, 1898Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

19th & 20th Century, 63 Photographs, NY, CT, FLA

Included are photographs of Brinton Coopernail in Mohegan Military Academy uniform, George B. Coopernail (1918) in a military uniform and cape, Sally Ritchie and Cookie (1935) baby picutres, Mary Ann Miller (age 100), Joseph P. Brinton (1898) and Louise N. Coopernail in his Auto Steamer, Florida vacation pictures, Hoyt House constructed of stone formerly owned by Col. Nathan Beckwith.

Folder 13: Beckwith Family, 1896Add to your cart.

1880-1892, 42 photographs

Honolulu, 7 1/2" x 9 1/4" group shot of Union College Freshmen 1896, picture of a trophy for excellence at rifle practice 1906, ice skating, Camp Wow Wow

Folder 14: Beckwith Family, undatedAdd to your cart.

Unidentified Photographs, Negatives, Note cards

Includes a group of 10 people holding fishing poles, U.S. Post Office building. view of the inside of a church showing a pipe organ in the back balcony, one of the negatives shows an early model car with top canopy down

Folder 15: Beckwith Family, undatedAdd to your cart.

Charette C. Beckwith, LT. S.A. Beckwith, Capt. S.A. Beckwith, negatives.

Three 5" x 7" negatives, Beckwith in uniform.

Folder 16: Beckwith Family, 1893Add to your cart.
Family pictures show women in fur hats and coats, children, Madonna, Liszt, Moses Seymour, and other unidentified people including one tin type. One photo is labled a New Haven Fisherrow Fishwives with description on the back of the card. Building pictures include a church, Thomas Lee House in East Lyme, Conn., Beckwith Homestead, Col. Nathan Beckwith Home.
Folder 17: Beckwith Family, 1898 - 1915Add to your cart.
Photos of Arabia, Florida, New York, Connecticut, Utah and New Jersey. Other people include G. P. Coopernail, Louise Brinton with a trumpet, also riding in a horse and buggy, also a winter sled pulled by a horse, many baby pictures a few are colorized. Pictures of Captian G. P. Coopernail at Fort Beiy Harrison with a pistol, Major Coopernail with Chief Surgical Service on a Base Hospital in Alabama as well as General Hospital in New Jersey. Buildings include the first Coopernail Bedford House, also a stone barn with a water whee. Of special interest is a photo of a woman's bowling club, people in swimsuits one dated 1910, a post card showing several people in swimsuits dated 1915 in Salt Lake, Utah, winter scene on Comming Pond, fishing photos, a girl with a golf club, a canoe, early model cars one dated 1910 and women embrodering. A vacation trip to Arabia in 1939 shows their tent, body guards and the junction of the Euphrets and Tigrus Rivers, pearl fishing boats in Kuait or Persia Gulf. King and his son, Crown Prince of Arabia, Baghdad, a camel, an early model car and hunting with a falcon.
Folder 18: Beecher, Henry Ward, undatedAdd to your cart.
Several photos of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher through the years are undated. Included are two 8" x 10" prints of U. S. Coast Gurad ships one off  Staten Island with war material headed to Oran and one in New York Harbor full of bauxite from Guiana and Spain, both dated 1943.
Folder 19: Beecher, Catherine, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of Catherine Beecher in old age plus an enlargement. She is seated writing in a ledger and wearing a shall.
Folder 20: Beecher, Mrs. Henry Ward, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains one picture of Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher sitting with arms crossed.
Folder 21: Stowe, Harriet Beecher, undatedAdd to your cart.
Two undated photos of Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Folder 22: Beecher, Lyman, undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes two pictures and a copy of each.
Folder 23: Beecher Family, 1857Add to your cart.
Three different photos with a copy of the Beecher Family. An original 8" x 10" photo is dated 1857 and names each person, includes Thomas K., Mrs. Hooker, James, William, Katherine, Lyman, Edward, Mrs. Perkins, Charles, Mrs. Stowe, Henry Ward.
Folder 24: Beers, Seth P., 1860Add to your cart.
Three photos. One description reads, "Hon. Seth P. Beers, Living East of Phelps Tavern". Another photo reads, "81 yrs. old Jan. 1863."
Folder 25: Belden Children & Demming, John, undatedAdd to your cart.
Four cyanotype prints of the children playing together on a cart and with a large dog.
Folder 26: Benton, 1936Add to your cart.
Includes three photos of Phebe Farnham Benton taken by William Champion Deming outside her home in Litchfield. Also photos of Mrs. Horatio Benton grandmother of W.C.D., A.D., C.D. and Alfred Schermerhorn. Other photos include Jane Benton and Horatio Benton (representative in Hartford).
Folder 27: Bird, Jonathan, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 8" x 10" photo print and one 8" x 10" print stating original ownership of Mr. John Seth Bird and his address. Mentioned in the letter is the name Dr. Seth Bird printed by Ralph Crasl, and that the color slide never arrived.
Folder 28: Bird, Family, undatedAdd to your cart.
A small photo and a larger close up of a portrait of Dr. Seth Bird of Litchfield.
Folder 29: Bishop, Annie, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of Annie Bishop.
Folder 30: Bissell Family, 1880Add to your cart.
Photos include Katherine Marsh, called Kate Bissell, wife of John Bissell and half sister of Rev. Truman Marsh, Rector of St. Michael's Church. Also includes Amanda Bissell, Capt. William Bissell, Elizabeth Bissell, Martha Cogshall Bissell - great grandmother of Chudlugh Bissell Hicks, Mrs Bissell - wife of Rev. L.P. Bissell, and Clinton Bissell.
Folder 31: Bolton, Chas. Knowles, undatedAdd to your cart.
One small photo shows Chas. wearing a little boys outfit with short pants, a hat and over the ankle boots.
Folder 32: Bostwick, Elmore, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes two photos, one of Dr. Bostwick in a suite and Elmore Bostwick wearing a service uniform standing in front of an early model car.
Folder 33: Brace FamilyAdd to your cart.
Multiple photos of John Pierce Brace, husband of Aunt Betsey, and nephew of Miss. Sarah Pierce (four ambrotype in case #5), a Daguerreotype in Box 3, also a print of James P. Brace, Jr.
Folder 34: Brainard, The Poet, undatedAdd to your cart.
One picture of The Poet Brainard. A notation of the back reads - relative of Mrs. Frederick Deming, neice of Mary Gleason, daughter of Ebenezer Steel Gleason and his wife Prudence Brainard.
Folder 35: Braman Family, 1863Add to your cart.
Multiple photos of William H. Braman Jr. Other names include William H. Braman, Mrs. William H. Braman - mother of Mary C. Jones and Eaton Jones, Mary C. Braman. A note for a Daguerreotype in Box 3. Many of the photos were taken by studios in Litchfield, one photo is from a Torrington studio. One photo notes Mrs. William Braman - labled Charlotte!, 1863.
Folder 36: Breman, 1897Add to your cart.
A group photo notes names on the back of Aunt Lizzie, Dan Breman, Mother, Mrs. Raye, Ruth Breman, Frances Heron, Lila Raye, Bess Raye. Other photos names Ruth M. Breman another photo of Ruth M. Breman on Beach Street in Litchfield, Ruth's father and mother and Daniel Breman her brother. Photos from studios located in Litchfield, Torrington and one from Goshen.
Folder 37: Brewster, Mary, 1954Add to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of Rev. Brewster, another of three people and labled The Rectory, Mr. Howard Dunn, Dean Rose, Mary K. Brewster, 200th Anniversary, Halpine, Oct. 3 or 4, 1954.
Folder 38: Brickley, Richard, 1995Add to your cart.
A colored photo names John Rath and Richard Brickley. Both are wearing long fur coats and green hats with pins or metals.
Folder 39: Bronson Family - 1, 1889Add to your cart.
Names include Mrs. E.P. Bronson, George Doughty, Josie Doughty, William W. Perkins, many are unidentified. Of note the two photos of Josie and George Doughty are labled from a Winsted studio - T.M.V. Doughty. One un-named photo shows two young girls with striped, high collared shirts and large, flowered brim hats. A photo of a young woman is labled Grace & Flora from Lena, Dec. 25, '08.
Folder 40: Bronson Family - 2, 1891Add to your cart.
Aunt Emily, John, Jennie, Earl & Helen Bronson, Mrs. E.P. Bronson with a small cow, Harrison F. Leonard, Uncle Rob and Aunt Alice, two men working on a wagon wheel or machinery, many photos are unidentified. An un-named photo of a young woman dressed in a nurse's uniform, a striped shirt with a high collar, apron and hat.
Folder 41: Brooks, Whitney L., 1977Add to your cart.
Folder contains three 8" x 10" black and white prints of a photo of Whitney Lawton Brooks taken at Torrington Historical Society - Winter of 1977. One of the prints is mounted.
Folder 42: Buel Family - 1, 1863Add to your cart.
Photos include Elisabeth C. Barney Buel (Mrs. John Laidlaw Buel - 1st Regent of the Mary Floyd Talmadge Chapter of the DAR), General Frederick Buel and his Obituary, Ida C. Buel, Dr. John Buel son of Dr. Henry W. Buel and M. Laidlaw, Capt. Salomon Buel, Dr. Samuel Buel, Mrs. Betsy Buel standing while working on a large spinning wheel, Dr. Henry W. Buel,  --- Mary Buel, Miss. Katherine L. Buel, Miss. Minerro Buel (Mrs. Francis Blake), unidentified - thought to be wife of Dr. Henry Buel. An added notation mentions daguerreotypes in Box 2, 5, 8, 9.
Folder 43: Buel Family - 2, 1887Add to your cart.
Photos include a glossy print of Mrs. Betsy Buel At a large spinning wheel (duplicate from folder 1) taken at Miss. Benngu's County Fair for George Jr. dated 1913, also includes the 8" x 10" negative.In addition a print copied from an original of Anne Pollard, a photo showing three people putting on show shoes dated1887 identified as Misses K. & M. Buel and an unidentified man, two women identified as Minerva Buel and Nellie Brown, John L Buel, Dr. Henry W. Buel in conservatory at Homestead, Dr. Henry W. Buel in his library, Katherine Lefferts Buel - daughter of Dr. Henry W. Buel, and a tiny 1½" x 2 ½" print of four women wearing hats and high collared coats  identified as Mary McNeill, Mrs. John  Buel, Minerva Buel and K. L. Buel dated Wednesday November 20, 1889.
Folder 44: Bulkey, William S., 186-Add to your cart.
One picture of William Stoddard Bulkley in his Civil War uniform holding his hat, sword by his side. Information is given he died, at age 32, at the Battle of Winchester, Virgina, Company A 12th C.V.
Folder 45: undatedAdd to your cart.
One 8" x 10" black and white print of Frederick Kingsbury Bull wearing his wire rimmed glasses.
Folder 46: Bull, Katherine E. (Mrs. Ludlow), 1929Add to your cart.
One picture shows Mrs. Ludlow standing with a banner from Saint James Church dated 1965, and a small 1¾" x 2 ¾" photo identifies Miss Dorothy Bull and Mrs. Spinney, dated 1929.
Folder 47: Burnside, Gen., undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes one picture of Gen. Burnside in military uniform, his right hand is inserted into his jacket.
Folder 48: Burr, Aaron, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one 8" x 10" print of a portrait in a frame titled Theodosia Burr - daughter of Aaron Burr. The back identifies it as Theodosia Burr in Tapping Reeve house but an added notation questions the identification from Yale Art Gallery.
Folder 49: Cahill, Norman Charles, 1948Add to your cart.
One 3 ½" x 5 ¾" color photo of Norman Charles Cahill, age 6, July 28, 1948. He is posed barefoot, sitting on a large tricycle with a wicker basket attached to the front.
Folder 50: Caldwell Family, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes three photos identified as Julia Bush Caldwell, age 14 and Samuel SeithCaldwell Jr., age 9, and Fredericka M. Caldwell.
Folder 51: Camp, Charlotte and Martha, 1852Add to your cart.
Photos show the girls at different ages, includes four 8" x 10" black and white prints of Charlotte and two pictures of both Charlotte and Martha together.
Folder 52: Catlin Family, 1909Add to your cart.
Photos are identified as Mary Le. Catlin, Luman Catlin, Judge Putnam Catlin, a 6" x 8" mounted photo of Mr. Arthur Catlin at the Little Pond Regatta dated Sept. 1909, photographed by W.S. Sanford. Also included are two glossy 8" x 10" prints of portraits, one of George Catlin and a portrait of  Dr. Able Catlin by George Catlin.
Folder 53: Chamberlain, Gov., undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes one photo of Gov. Chamberlin of Connceticut.
Folder 54: Champlin Family, 1895Add to your cart.
Folder includes a  undated photo of J. Denison Champlin in a military uniform having a white sash and metals displayed on the front left and his right arm holds his hat displaying a large eagle emblem. A photo dated April 1944 identifies John Denison Champlin - Co. A 302 Inf - 94th div. USA in his military uniform. Also smaller pictures are identified as John D. Champlin, Jr. graduation in June 1943, also John aged 2 and three and one with his mother Margery Buelyer (Doughlastm) Champlin, and another of Denison Champlin dated April 3rd 1895.
Folder 55: Champlin, Ester, 1840Add to your cart.
Folder includes one color glossy print of a framed portrait of Ester Champlin, ca1840.
Folder 56: Chandler, Hon. Zac, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of Hon. Zac Chandler.
Folder 57: Child, Mrs.Nathaniel Rochester (Elizabeth Prince), 1890Add to your cart.

Folder contains two 6" x 8" mounted, and one unmounted photo of Mrs. Nathaniel Rochester Child, (Elizabeth Stone Prince), and one copy unmounted. Both photos are taken in her home on North Street, locally known as the Daniel Sheldon house. One is taken in the parlor with her seated next to a piano. In the other photo she is seated at her desk in the upper-front hall. A description included on the back of the photo makes note of a preserved section of an original hand-stencilled decoration and a gas jet (lamp?). Also noted was that Mrs. Child was educated at the Litchfield Female Seminary in the 1830's. Later in life went to live with Mrs. Theron Beach, (Lucy Sheldon). Photographs taken by William H. Sanford of Litchfield.

Also see Daguerreotype Box 10 - Child, and oversize Turner Collection in Shelden House.

Folder 58: Chipman, R. Manning, undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes one postcard photo of R. Manning Chipman, Pastor - Harwinton Congregational Church 1835 - 1839, also author of "The History of Harwinton", 1860. R. Manning Chipman, Jewett City, Conn.
Folder 59: Clay, Henry, 1842Add to your cart.
Includes two pictures of H. Clay, dated 1942 and 1844.
Folder 60: Clendendin, Gabrielle (Greely)(Mrs. Frank), undatedAdd to your cart.

One photo is of Mrs. Clendendin reflected in a mirror and wearing her wedding dress. Mr. Clendendin was a clergyman.

Gabrielle Greeley Clendennin, (Mrs. Frank Montrose Clendennin), daughter of Horace Greeley and Mary Y. Cheney of Litchfield, Conn.

The family was friends with the Deming Ladies.

Alternate spelling Clendendin, Clendennin

Folder 61: Coe, Frederick Lewis, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one 2½" x 4" photo of Ferderick Lewis Coe, son of Levi Coe and Lavinia Maria McNeill Coe and father of Stanley Lewis Coe, Philip Frederick Coe, Frederick Levi Coe.
Folder 62: Coe, Mrs. Stanley and Olive, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains two photos, one of Sally Coe as a young woman, the other is of Mrs. Stanley Coe and a young girl, Olive printed onto a postcard.
Folder 63: Coit Family, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photos include one of Elizabeth Coit, daughter of Chas. H. Coit, wearing a white dress and ballet shoes dancing a Greek dance for benefit of the D.A.R. 1912. Also photos of Henry R. Coit, two of John O. Coit, son of Henry R. Coit - cashier of Litchfield Bank and Miss Olmstead, and two photos of Mrs. H.R. Coit, (Frances Olmsted Coit), mother of Charles H. Coit and grandmother of Mrs. McLean.
Folder 64: Colgate, Sarah (Bowles), Mrs. Robert, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo, 6" x 8" of Mrs. Robert Colgate, (Sarah Bowles), and holds a small book and glasses. The folder also includes a 4½" 3" certificate from Brady"s National Photographic Galleries, 785 Broadway, cor. 10th ST., N.Y. The certificate also mentions "The negative from which this print was made will be preserved one year and longer if requested."
Folder 65: Coley, Hiram, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 2½" x 4" photo of Hiram Coley
Folder 66: Colvocoresses Family, 1873Add to your cart.
Folder includes photos of Harold Colvocoresses in uniform, USMC. Photos of Rear Admiral George P. Colvocoresses in U.S. Navy uniform dated 1896 and 1911. Also a photo of Admiral George P. Colvocoresses holding a cat and his grandson - Harold, Jr. holding a small drum. A photo dated Sept. 30, 1923 identifying Rear Admiral Colvocoresses, Capt. Harold Colvocoresses and Gra. (Grandmother) Colvocoresses Jones. Other photos include George Jones (husband) and Eva Jones, Mrs. George M. Colvocoresses - Marian Hagen(?)of Numia, New Caledonia, (her mother was Australian, her father German). (George was a mining engineer in New Caledonia). Other photos of Marie Colvocoresses, Eva F. Colvocoresses dated 1873, a 7" x 3½" photo depicting a ceremony honoring G.P. Colvocoresses returning from the Spanish War dated 1898, Harry Lee (one in uniform) and Josephine Colvocoresses dated 1942.
Folder 67: Colvocoresses, 1917 - 1919Add to your cart.
One 10" x 7" group photo of servicemen identified as LT. Harold Colvocoresses, seated, officer in charge USMC Recruiting Officer, Atlanta, GA, World War l, 1917 - 1919.
Folder 68: Corning, Rev. James & S. Frederick Gleason, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of Rev. James Leonard Corning, (married Sarah Ellen Deming), and one 7" x 9" photo of Ferderick Gleason Corning, (second son of Rev. James Leonard Corning) - great grandson of Julius Deming of Litchfield.
Folder 69: Crutch, Edna Merriman, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of  Edna Merriman Crutch.
Folder 70: Culver, Herbert Lucius & Augusta (Culver) Miles, undatedAdd to your cart.
Two photos, one of Augusta (Culver) Miles and Herert Lucius Culver from Colebrook, the other identified as "My Grandmother" Harriet Kinney Culver. A third photograph is an enlargement of a Daguerreotype - see box 8, Culver.
Folder 71: Daniels, C. T., 1923Add to your cart.
One photo of C. T. Daniels, Musical Composer, Teacher, resident of Litchfield - West Street. Dated Oct. 1923.
Folder 72: DaRoss, Mr. John, Jr & Sr., undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes four photos, (one is a copy with just DaRoss Sr.),The other two photos are of the DaRoss family - includes parents, two children and Sr. DaRoss.
Folder 73: De Filippi, Caroline, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes three photos of Caroline (Fitzgerald) De Filippi.
Folder 74: Deming Family - 1, 1902Add to your cart.
Folder includes photos of Harriet Deming, born 1789, daughter of Henry and Ann (Lord) Deming. Harriet  was the wife of the Rev. William Lighthouse Strong. William, standing on a type of excavator claw construction equipment and Jennie Ward Deming standing near railroad tracks , Neil Deming (brother of Henry Deming) in military uniform, Edwin Glidden, Elizabeth (McGrath) Deming, Will Deming, adopted sister of Mary V. Moody, James Deming (son of Henry brother of Mary) standing near a hat, wearing a jacket, short pants and high buttoned shoes, Asa Deming, Kitty Kelly Kinsella, Mr. Kinsella, Mary V. Deming with what appears to be a watch or broach pinned to her dress, Miss. Howard with a hand colored dress costume possibly related to a theater production. Included in the folder is a copy of eleven people identified by a numbered list including Demings, Fritzie and Gail King, Imogen and Sally Howe.
Folder 75: Deming Family - 2, 1882Add to your cart.
The folder includes a 5" x 7" class photo with Miss.Charlotte Deming holding a violin, there also appears to be four othe pupils holding a violin and another woman with a base or cello. Other photos include M.A. Deming, William Deming M.D., Juila Deming, Julius Deming married - Adams, Wm. Champion Deming, a tin type with two young women holding violins, Charlotte Deming and Annie Gates with their violins wearing formal gowns, Clarence Deming, a group photo with people holding tennis rackets, a group photo of a stage with everyone holding string instruments including a harp, cellos and base instruments, Frances Deming - Waterman (sister of Henry Deming), Dr. Gates with Charlotte visiting Annie Gates in Colorado with a bicycle sporting a skirt guard, Clara Beach and Charlotte Deming both holding violins, Hawthorn Deming, Neva Peck, Kathie Waterbury, Capt. W.C. Deming in uniform of WW One, Dorthy Bracebridge, Una (Mrs. Sereno Gammell) standing next to early model cars, Ruby K. Thresher, Mrs. William Deming (Mary A. Beutou), Charlottes violin - Gaetano Pasta 1735 Amati model (notation says paid $150.00, Joan (Mrsl Paul W. Howe), Hawthorn Deming, photo of a bust of F. Deming, S.Y. Hawthorn Deming in Air Force uniform, Dorthy Champion Deming, Julia Deming, Clarence Deming, Dr. Wm. Champion Deming. A note says see Tintypes Box 1.
Folder 76: Deming Family - 3, 1886Add to your cart.
Photos include a group Theatrical Production with Miss. Charlotte Deming, Miss. Annie Gates and Mr. and Mrs. Meafoy, other group photos include Miss. Charlotte Deming, Julia Deming and Miss Adelaide Demin, there is also a color photo of what appears to be a water color, Dorthy Deming, Charles Deming, Lucretia and Dorthy Deming, Julius Deming, Frederick Deming, Julius Deming Jr, Mrs. William Deming Sr., a cyanotype of four children and a dog with playing with a wagon includes John Deming, other photos of Charlotte with her violin some with Annie Gates, William Deming M.D., taken in 1958 a photo captions Miss Charlotte Deming in front of Chinese Chestnut trees, and two color photos of Miss Charlotte Deming on her 95th birthday with her violins.
Folder 77: Deming, Adelaide, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photos of Miss Adelaide Deming as a young child through adulthood. Miss. Adelaide Deming was the daughter of William and Mary (Benton) Deming. Photos also include Charlotte Deming, and Adelaide Deming with Hawthorne while he was a student at Hotchkiss School.
Folder 78: Deming, Dudley Brainard, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of Dudley Brainard Deming in his later years wearing a jacket and tie also wearing wire rimmed glasses.
Folder 79: Dutton, H. M., undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of H.M. Dutton standing and wearing a civil war uniform having large buttons down the front center and a tied belt with tassles on the ends.
Folder 80: Ells, Capt. William B., undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of Capt. William B. Ells, possibly from Plymouth. Caption on back reads Capt. Ells, Co. D, one of our mrp.
Folder 81: Elmore Family, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photo and copy of an 8" x 10" of four people seated in the parlor with George Orton Elmore (Son) playing a banjo, Nellie R. Peck Elmore (Mother), back - Paul Bradley Elmore (son), front George Sheldon Elmore (father) reading a magazine or newspaper. To the left in the front room is an elaborate wood stove.
Folder 82: Ferguson Family, 1914Add to your cart.
Includes two 3½" x 4½" photos of Alice Newton Street and Elizabeth Ferguson dated Sept. 1914. One shows them in the garden the other on the porch using a butter churn. Also a 2 ¼" x 3" of Elizabeth Ferguson, caption reads, She is now nearly 6 yrs. Another photo of Alice Newton Street, caption reads, In the garden walk August 1918. Also a photo of Eratus Hurlbut, Washington, Conn. caption reads See article in Conn. Magazine. There is also a hand written letter (partial) signed by Alice which describes what is happening in enclosed photos. It mentions the colonial standing stool put together with wrought iron nails of which several generations of Newtons have been caged in, also of making green tomato sauce, sweet pickle and spiced apples. A partial paragraph mentions a gardener going in business growing a particular plant which has grown valuable for the root used for medicinal purposes.
Folder 83: Fitzgerald, Mrs. William J., 1896Add to your cart.
Includes two photos of same of Mrs. William J. Fitzgerald when living in London, possibily at 22 Down Street, Picaddilly.
Folder 84: Foord, Mrs. Malcolm, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 8" x 10" of Mrs. Malcolm Foord Sr. who lived on South Street.
Folder 85: Foote, Commodore & Augusta, 1861Add to your cart.
One photo of Commodore Foote in military uniform and one photo of Mrs. Commadore Foote - Augusta Street.
Folder 86: Fowler, 1894Add to your cart.
One photo of Hathe Fowler, Aleureet's sister. One photo taken at Prospect Church in Warsaw N.Y. of Leire ball and Aleureets Fowler. The two young boys appear to be wearing bakers uniforms and together are holding a large covered box with the words ME ON EVERY PIECE  written on the side.
Folder 87: Franklin, william utler, Gen., undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of Gen. William Butler Franklin wearing a military uniform.
Folder 88: Freeman, Dr. and Mrs. Orrin, undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes photo copies of prints? by Samuel Broadbent, one of Dr. Orrin Barnabas Freeman and one of Mrs. Orrin Barnabas (Orinda Catlin) Freeman.
Folder 89: Fuller, Margaret, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo copy from a print? of Margaret Fuller.
Folder 90: Gates, Dr. Howard & Family, 1896Add to your cart.

Folder includes photos of Asst. Surgeon Howard E. Gates in military uniform - Promoted and mustered Surgeon, 189th N.Y.V., dated Nov. 23, 1864. Other information states - commissioned a surgeon in the Union Army (N.Y. State Volunteers) Aug. 19, 1862. Folder includes other photos of Dr. Gates as a young man and later as a  general practioner in Litchfield wearing wire rimmed glasses later in life. Includes photos of Mrs. Howard E. Gates, Dr. Gates mother, Annie Howard Gates - notation states she developed delicacy of the lungs and moved to Colorado about 1888. Another notation states both Dr. Gates and Annie Gates moved to Colorado Springs because of her ill health. There are two 5" x 7" photos of "Soldiers and Sailors Club in Colorado Springs, 1921.

Notations: See "Wessells" Family.

              See Tintype Box 2 for images of Gates family.

Folder 91: Gilbert, Fannie Buell, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of Fannie Buell Gilbert taken at Benedict's, a Photo Studio in Litchfield, Conn.
Folder 92: Gleason, Maj. Ebenezer Steel, undatedAdd to your cart.

Photo of a painting of Major Ebenezer Steel Gleason of Farmington, Conn. who married Prudence Urainard - sister of Rudge Teremiah Gates Urainard. He was the father of Mary Gleason who married Frederick Deming.

Painted in 1911 by W. Haskell Coffin.

Folder 93: Goddard Family, 1904Add to your cart.
Includes a 6½" x 8½" photo of Mrs. Warren Goddard - Miss. Geraldein Winslon. A photo of Alice, Celestine and Sylvia Goddard about 1905 sitting together and one of Alice W. Goddard, daughter of F. Norton Goddard holding a doll about 1904.
Folder 94: Goodman & Mailhouse Families, 1897Add to your cart.
Includes five copies of children and family photos. Photos include  various activities during the summer on a farm such as picking and eating berries and drinking milk. People identified are Robert , Helen and Rena Goodman, Grace and Robert Mailhouse, Edith and Sam Newman.
Folder 95: Goslee, Electa A. Griffin, 1857Add to your cart.
Two photos of Electa Ann Griffin Goslee. One photo of her on a horse at the Litchfield Fair, (she was 14 yrs. old) and the other of her sitting posed with her riding crop.
Folder 96: Grant, Ulysses S., undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of General Ulysses S. Grant.
Folder 97: Graves, undatedAdd to your cart.
Includes two photos of Col. C.H. Graves, cousin of G.A. Baldwin. In one photo he wears a military uniform, U.S.A.
Folder 98: Gould Family, 1889Add to your cart.
Includes 8" x 10" photos of Judge James Gould, Mrs. James Gould (Sally Tracy Gould), Mrs. Roger Minot Sherman (Elizabeth Gould sister of Judge james Gould), a photo pf a portrait of Judge James Gould. One photo of a costume of Julia Gould. Smaller photos include Sister of Judge James Gould (Elizabeth) and her husband (Roger Minot  Sherman), William Hunter, Judge William Tracy Gould, Miss Martha Campbell Hunter, Mrs. Hattie Gould (Jefferies), Julia Tracy Hunter (Gould), Jamie Gould Jefferies, dated 1889. Folder also includes 2½" x 4" photos of Judge William Tracy Gould, "Uncle Robert" - Gen. Robert E. Lee, Commander of the Southern Army C.S.A. Judge George Gould - court of appeals - state of New York, Edward Sherman Gould - brother of William Tracy Gould, Henry Guy Gould - son of James Gould, Miss Lidia Eliza Hunter, James Gould Jefferies, James Gould - son of Charles Gould of N.Y. - son oof Judge James Gould of Litchfield, and James Hunter - son of William Humter of Savannah.
Folder 99: Griswold, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of John Griswold, a soldier of the Revolution. See card catalogue and letter file of Revolutionary Soldiers Committee.
Folder 100: Guion, George, 1943Add to your cart.
Includes one photo of George Guion, 1st L.T. Calvery, formerly Conn. State Guard, WWII, shown in uniform holding his sword upright and sitting on his horse.
Folder 101: Haddock, Charles Whitney, Dr. & Family, 1916Add to your cart.
Folder includes four photos. A 7" x 9½" photo of Dr. Charles Whitney Haddock taken Oct. 1916, (died Dec. 1918). A 4½" x 7½" photo of Dr. Haddock's wife Elleva Colvocoresses, (died July 1937). A 4" x 6" photo of Charles C. Haddock, taken Sept. 1917 and a 3½" x 6" photo of Whitney Haddock in military uniform, taken in 1943.
Folder 102: Haliburton, Judge T. C., 1899Add to your cart.

One photo of Judge T. C. Haliburton.

Note: Sam. Slick, Author of the "Clock Maker".

Folder 103: Hallock, Rev. L., undatedAdd to your cart.
One 4" x 6" photo of Rev. L. H. Hallock from West Winsted, Conn.
Folder 104: Harrison, William Elihu, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 2½" x 4" photo of William Elihu Harrison, who built the Woodruff House.
Folder 105: Hausmann, A. J., 1954Add to your cart.
One 5" x 7" photo of A. J. Hausmann, March 17, 1954. Photo shows him sorting a handful of mail into the multiple compartments of a wooden sorter.
Folder 106: Heminway, Charlotte (Lewis) & Harry, 1942Add to your cart.
A family photo printed into a Christmas card. Picture taken on Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. Harry Meminway, showing sons Barton and Meriett with Lewis and children.
Folder 107: Hickox Family, 1884Add to your cart.

Folder includes two tin types, one unidentified dated 1884, the other identified as Grandpa, Grandma and Aunt Frances, undated. An 8" x 6½" photo of Mr. & Mrs. George Augustus Hickox in the parlor of thrie Litchfield home, (house to East of Historical Society building), 1890.

Others identified in photos: Zillah Keesr Hickox, 3 years & 9 months, 1896. Another photo of Aillah K. Hickox at 77 years. Mary C. Hickox, founder of the Litchfield Library, she is seated with a shall draped over her shoulders while she reads from a book. George Augustus Hickon, probate judge, editor of Litchfield Enquirer. George Augustus Hickox with son, William Brisbane Hickox on his knee. Mrs. George Augustus Hickox with her daughter, Francis Eliot Hickox. A 2½" x 4" photo of Caleb Hickox from Watertown, Conn. A 3½" x 2½" of Mr. Will Hickox and his friends, identified as Arthur Bostwick, Philip Hubbard, and William Champion Demming, dated 1959.

Folder 108: Hinman, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 2½" x 4" photo of Julia A. Hinman.
Folder 109: Hinsdale, Mrs., undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes two photos. One with Mrs.C. W. Hinsdale sitting in a large wooden chair with a dog at her feet. The other is of Mrs. Hinsdale & "Tinkle" her cat.
Folder 110: Hollister, Gideon; Mrs. (Mary S. Brisbane); G. H. & son John, 1862Add to your cart.
Photos are identified as follows: Mr. S. Holloster, taken 1862. Gideon Hollister, dted 1881. Royal Prussian Consult charged with the U.S. Vice Consolar. Souvenier of minister american Hollister. The general Pitron Franberk. Lady P. Fanberk. G. H Holloster & son John. President Salnave. Earnest Loumain. Mrs. Gideon Hollister/Mary S. Brisbane Hollister. And with a special note: Mr. R. Berger, Consul of His majesty the King of Prussia, sends with his respectfull regards to Mrs. Hollister the portrait of the Count of Bismarck. Also Daguerreotypes Box 7 and Box 3 -Hollister Family (see Brisbane).
Folder 111: Holmes, L. F., undatedAdd to your cart.
One 4" x 6" photo of L. F. Holmes (?), West Street, Litchfield.
Folder 112: Hoppin Family, 1883Add to your cart.

Folder includes a framed daguerrotype and a print of the same of Mary D. Hoppin at Easter 1905, also named Mrs. James M. Hoppin, Mary Dewing Perkins. Other photos identify: Benjamin Hoppin, elder son of Prof. & Mrs. Jas. Mason Hoppin.Professor James M. Hoppin of Yale University, note says "lived in Sheldon Tavern in summer. Mrs. James Mason Hoppin, Jr., (Susan Pringle MItchell). James Mason Hoppin, Jr. (1857-1897). James Mason Hoppin dated 1878. Benjamin Hoppin, about 21 years old. Prof. James Mason Hoppin, (1820-1906). J. Mason Hoppin as Monsieur Otto, dated 1875. Mrs. Frederick Street Hoppin, dated 1883. Mr. & Mrs. J Mason Hoppin, Jr. at "Rococo", dated 1906, they are riding in a buggy pulled by two white horses. Kittie & Ester Hoppin, posed together and both young girls are wearing a string of pearls.

Of note: Daguerreotype Box 10.

Folder 113: How Family, undatedAdd to your cart.
Four photos identifies: Two children together, one as James How, 4½ years, and Margaret How, 15 months. Charlie How; Julia Adams How; James How, father of James & Charles A. How.
Folder 114: Howe, James, 1866Add to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of Jim Howe. Another photo identifies James Howe with inscription on back which reads, "Presented from J H to Mother Wheeler October 19th 1866".
Folder 115: Hoyt, Mrs. James H., undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes two photos identifies Mrs. James H. Hoyt, Great Grandmother of Eaton Jones.
Folder 116: Humiston, John Pierpont, 1860Add to your cart.
Includes one photo post card showing John Pierpont Humiston of Northfiled, original taken in Paris.
Folder 117: Hunt, 1947Add to your cart.
Includes one photo of Mother Hunt and Fernie Hunt.
Folder 118: Hunt, Fernie & Family, 1902Add to your cart.
One photo shows George H. Hunt and Patrick C. Burke sitting in the Town Clerk's Office, Florence Mayer of Spencer Street, Fernie W. Hunt while attending Pratt Institute, J Mayer?. Also a colored photo of Fernie W. Hunt (78) and his wife Florence M. Hunt (71). Other photos are of George Hunt and Jack (his dog), Mrs. William Plumb, Miss. Ester Thompson, Miss. Josephine Mitchell - Litchfield school teacher, two women sitting in the grass next to their bicycles sporting skirt guards, (George) Herbert Skirmer in military uniform - George H. Hunts nephew, two pictures of Jay Whitehill and Fermie Hunt in Fernies National Roadster Racer car. Also includes 3½" x 2½" photos of Florence Mayer, Amanda, Joseph and Marretto, Miss Leach - school teacher, activities include on the lake (in a boat), a second photo in a boat holding a fish also beside the old red barn on Spencer Street. later replaced with a garage, winter scene sitting on a sled. Also includes a group photo of Joseph Edward Mayer and Amanda S. Mayer and her sister Marretta Siddall Hall, two photos of Fernie W. Hunt, 1897 (2 yrs. 10 months) holding a cat.
Folder 119: Hussey, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of a painting of Hussey. He is standing on a ship wearing his military uniform. He holds his hat in one hand while displayed in front of him is a drawing of a ship and his binoculars.
Folder 120: Hutchins, Rev. John, approximately 1914Add to your cart.
One photo of Rev. John Hutchins - Pastor of  1st Congregational Church 1895 - 1915. He died in March 1915 after an operation.
Folder 121: Hyde Family, undatedAdd to your cart.
One un-identified tin type and two 2½" x 4" photos. One of Alice Hyde? the other identified as Charlotte Hyde (Mrs. Edwin Tomlinson, CHW's Aunt).
Folder 122: Ives, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of George Ives (Tax Collector) in office in old Court House Building in center of Litchfield.
Folder 123: Jackson, Elizabeth, (Mrs. T. Henry), undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of Mary Elizabeth Jackson, second daughter of John P. and Elizabeth (Wolcott) Jackson. She married Thomas Charlton Henry.
Folder 124: Jackson, John P. & Mrs. (Elizabeth Wolcott), undatedAdd to your cart.
Two photos of paintings. One of John P. Jackson, the other of his wife Elizabeth Wolcott,  the third daughter of Frederich and Elizabeth (Huntington) Wolcott.
Folder 125: Jones, Mrs. Charles (Maria Buel) & Mary Maria Jones, 1896Add to your cart.
Three photos include Capt. Charles Jones, dies aged 94, (1797 - 1891), Mary Maria Jones dated 1851, and Maria Buel Jones, wife of Capt. Charles Jones, died aged 86.
Folder 126: Jones, Eva Fenlore (Colvocoresses), Mrs. George Eaton Jones, 1889Add to your cart.

Photos identify Mrs. Charles Jones (Maria Buell), Mary Maria Jones and one of Mrs. Demming with three doves on her shoulder and three at her feet, dated 1938.

A postcard identifies Mary M. Jones and Marcellice her little black cat, dated 1915.

Two photos of Eva C. Jones in a white dress and fashionable hat dated, 1900. The other she wears a fur trimmed outfit and a wide brimmed hat decorated with long feathers.

Two photos showing an inground pool at Ranch Tavern, in Berlin, N.Y. One photo with Mr. and Mrs. Bruguiger, the other with Eva Jones with a small black horse, both dated 1939.

Photos include Eva Jones, two showing her planing Basketball, one at Pilham Hall dated 1898, the other a Yale - Harvard game.

A group photo of five women in long dark dresses with a long white apron and small hat identified as Eva Jones, Edith Mauies, Jean Hurt, Madge Sanford, Julieth Rogers at Ingleside School, New Milford, CT dated 1894.

A photo of three people using a ladder to climb a large haystack,dated 1889.

An early model car with six people in front of it identified as Mrs. Savage, Laura Monigstav, Eva Jones, Grace Lkiuple, Mr. Hanford and Mrs. Raab, dated June 22, 1935 in Berlin, N.Y.

A photo taken at Mrs. Crouse's house in Great Barrington, dated 1943 also identifies Mrs. Frank Backus, Eva Jones, Mrs. Jane Backus and Marion Graham.

One photo of five women identifies Julie McNeil, Julie Parmelee, Eva Jones, Blanche Bowns, dated 1894.

Others names identifies Jesse, Billie and Donald Carpenter with Eva Jones in Fairfield, CT, dated 1934. Eva Jones with her cat Jerry. Also Char and Jean Llundyn. Alternate name for Eva Fenlore Colvocoresses later Mrs. Geo. E. Jones at 13 years old, (died 1875).

Folder 127: Jones Family, 1899Add to your cart.

Most photos are unidentified and undated.

Photos include Mary Jones in her North Street house, dated 1899. Joseph Carlevale Eaton Jones. Harold sitting in his new (early model) Packard. Eva Jones at Daytona Beach with Mrs. Geo. N. Bailey. Daisy Miller.

A photo of four womes at Ranch Tavern, Berlin, N.Y. 1939, identifies Mrs. Brugueger, Edith Whiting, Bertha Powell and Eva Jones.

A group of 16 young men are posed in a 9" x 8" photo of "The Harvey Gang '89". Also an unidentified 7" x 6" photo of 20  people, mostly women, dressed in warm coats, gloves and hats.

Of special note is a 5" x 9" photo of an unidentified N.Y. firefighter.

Folder also includes one tintype and a note for Daguerreotypes in Box 5 and 7, and an Ambrotype in Box 1.

Folder 128: Jones, George Eaton, Mr. & Mrs., 1880Add to your cart.
Folder includes two photos. One is a 8" x 6" prnt of Mr. & Mrs. Eaton siting in front of a large waterfall while holding umbrellas. The second photo is of Mr. Jones.
Folder 129: Joy, Walter, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes three photos. Names identify Walter Joy, Kate Palmer Joy, and Jane Ellen Radcliffe Joy.
Folder 130: Judd, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 4" x 5 ½" photo of Frances E. Judd.
Folder 131: Karl Family, 1910Add to your cart.
Names identified are Helen Vendall, John LeFevre, Virginia LeFevre, Delin Libbie Hendall & Helen, Mary Belle Nickolson at Pacific Grove, James B. De-Haven (21 & 20 months), Charney Knapp and his friend Miss. Jessie Gibbs at Santa Barbara, Raymond LeFevre, Janice Bryce De-Haven, Mrs. H A Ross - Fowler Calif., a hyderang Bush at Santa Cruz, Coralin Nickolson & her buro. Three cyanotypes one of Graces Bungalows at Santa Barbara, unidentified statue in the gardens and statue of The End of the Trail - San Francisco 1915. One group photo taken at top of Nevada Falls identifies Lione Westman, Georgia Miner & Verna, Miss Smead, A. R. Brown, Lillie, H. E. Elder. An older woman holding a cat reads Me & My pet Kitty Blue. Also a wedding photo of Melba Manly & Alfred Jensen married at Fowler, Calif.  Two photos of Thanksgiving Party at Raymond & Agnes' Selma and their dog all standing in front of a covered wagon identifies Delin, Raymond Jim Feynam, Mary, John LeFevre, mother Ross, Agnes, Harvey. Another group photo unidentifed people sitting at a picnic table, on the table are brown bags and a can that reads Belfast - cut plug (definition as Salmon fishing with cut plug herring as bait).Other photos depict a cattle seen in Santa Cruz Mountains, a large group, (43 people) unidentified in front of a church. Folder includes four tin types.
Folder 132: Kellogg, Lt. Col. Elisha S., 1863Add to your cart.
Photos of Col. Elisha Kellogg, (one a copy and one an enlargement), Commanding Officer of the 2nd CT Heavy Artillery. Killed at Cold Harbor, 1864. An 9½" x 8" print of glass slide, mustering of the 19th Regt. CT Infantry (on the Green in Litchfield), later became the 2nd CT Heavy Artillery.
Folder 133: Kellogg Family, 1835Add to your cart.
Includes one 3½" x 5" baby photo of Elizabeth Kellogg.
Folder 134: Kelly, Cornelia (Benton), undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of Cornelia Benton Kelly, born Nov. 10, 1838.
Folder 135: Kilbourn, Dwight C.; Karl, Ben; Smith, Cornelia B., undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes two photos of Dwight Kilbourne in military uniform. Sarah Hopkins Kilbourn was the wife of Dwight C. Kilbourn.
Folder 136: Kirby, Col. Edmund, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one photo and a copy, both 2½" x 3" of Col. Edmond Kirby, Paymaster, U.S. Army.
Folder 137: Kirby, Ephraim & Ruth (Marvin), undatedAdd to your cart.

Includes two photos. One photo of Ephraim and one of Ruth (Marvin) Kirby. A third photo is of the gravestone of Ephriam Kirby at site of old Fort Stoddert on the Tombigbee River about twenty miles north of Mobile, Alabama.

Includes information stating Fort Stoddert was a frontier fort in 1804 when Ephriam Kirby served there as territorial land commisssioner for the Mississippi Territory. At that time Mobile was a Spanish territory. Kirby died October 20, 1804 and was buried at the fort. He served this post only nine months but was very effective in this service.

Information given by Reynold B. Burt, 807 Alabama Court, Sheffield, Alabama  #35660.

Folder 138: Knapp, Rev. Shepherd, undatedAdd to your cart.

One 8" x 8" photo of Kate Louise Knapp - primping at the Litchfield Club.

Of special note: Located where the Town Office Building now stands. After the Country Club was relocated at its present location, the clubhouse was renamed The Playhouse, and was the scene of theatricals, dances, etc.

Possibly published by the Editor of Time- Life Books, New York, Inc. 1971.

Folder 139: Lancaster, John H., undatedAdd to your cart.
One 2½" x 4" B&W photo pf John H. Lancaster swinging a golf club.
Folder 140: Langford, Mrs. Thomas & Children, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo of Mrs. Thomas A. Langford, (Anne Emlen McNeill) sitting on a wicker chair with Thomas Alexander Langford and Ruth Emlen Langford.
Folder 141: Lautier, 1956Add to your cart.
Margaret & Al Lautier, (Milton Rd., Litchfield). Taken at Aunts' brook/picnic area, West Rd., Litchfield, CT.
Folder 142: Lawrence, Fannie Virginia Casseopia, Slave Child, 1863Add to your cart.
One 2½" x 4" photo of Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence. Caption reads, "A Redeemed Slave Child, 5 years of age. Redeemed in Virgina, by Catharine S. Lawrence; baptized in Brooklyn, at Plymouth Church, by Henry Ward Beecher, May, 1863. The folder also containes a newspaper clipping detailing the events about "The Freedom Ring" and "Little Pinky". In February, 1860, the colored child of a white father, was sold at auction by Henry Ward Beecher to prevent her being sold in the Far South by her owner. "Rain never fell faster than the tears of the congregation," and the price of the child was paid many times over. Into the basket of payments Rose Terry Cooke threw a valuable ring and Mr. Beecher placed this on the child's finger, saying, "With this ring I do wed thee to Freedom."
Folder 143: Lee, 1st Lieut. B. D., undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains two photos of 1st Lt. B. D. Lee in military uniform.
Folder 144: Lincoln, Jeanie Gould, 1880Add to your cart.
Folder includes two photos of Mrs. Jeanie Gould Lincoln. Glued onto the back of one photo is a newspaper clipping about her daughters christening, also the day of their fifth anniversary. Flowers and gifts were sent such as silver and carved wooden ornaments. A brief description of the ladies costumes, mostly velvet, lace, silk and satin draped with tulle. Among the guests were General Sherman, ex-Sectary and Mrs. Blaine, Mrs. and Miss. Dr. Johnson. The article also mentions the serving of caudle, a traditional beverage for christening fêtes.
Folder 145: Lockwood, 1891Add to your cart.
One 4" x 5" photo of J. Ferris Lockwood dated August 16, 1891.
Folder 146: Lord Family, 1895Add to your cart.

Two photos and a copy of each of Mr. Augustus & Miss. Fanny Lord, cousins in Litchfield, by Mrs. Wallbridge.

Note: See Daguerreotype Boxes 2, 10, 11. Also See Ambrotypes Box 1.

Folder 147: Lord, Mary, undatedAdd to your cart.
One oval cut (10" x 12") photo of Mary Lord.
Folder 148: Lyman, Elihu, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 6" x 7½" photo of Ensign Elihu Lyman. Description on back reads: 17th Reg. Conn. Foot, Original member of Cincinnati. From painting on drum head by John Trumbell, original owned by Col. Geo. B. Sanford. 1760 -
Folder 149: Lyons, Susan Kinsey, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 4" x 5" photo of Susan Kinsey Lyons.
Folder 150: Mac Martin, undatedAdd to your cart.
One cyanotype of Mac Martin sitting in a wicker chair in front of a fireplace holding a large tea cup. Mounted on the front of the mantel is a "match safe" designed to hold period matches.
Folder 151: Marsh Family, 1862Add to your cart.
Photos of portraits by S'neider and R. Earle, 1791, of Rev. Truman Marsh, born in Litchfield, 1768 - 1851. He was a graduate of Yale College, Class of 1786, also was Rector of St. Michaels, Litchfield for 27 years. Folder also includes three photos of Clarissa Seymour Marsh, born in Litchfield, 1772 - 1865. One photo is of a portrait of her by R. Earl in 1789. Captions read she was the widow of Truman Marsh and  Clarissa Marsh daughter of Tev. Truman Marsh and wife of Gerrit P. Welch of Milton, Conn. Also see Daguerreotype Box 5, 7, 8.
Folder 152: Mason, Mr., 1955Add to your cart.
One photo of Bruce Mason's father - with inscriptions on the back that read - who married the daughter of Elesha Harein Peck. Mrs. Mason is living (Jan. 1955) on orad to East Morris - for information about her ask Archie Macdonald at Cructh & Macdonalds Drug store.
Folder 153: McNeil, undatedAdd to your cart.
The folder contains two photos.  One photo of Alexander McNeill, married Elizabeth Parsons Woodruff, parents of Mrs. Earl Coe, Ruth McNeil. The second photo is of Frederick McNeil who was a Merchant in Litchfield, Conn.
Folder 154: Merchant, 1913Add to your cart.
One 4" x 6" oval mounted photo of Elizabeth Wolcott Merchan as a young girl wearing a large bow in her hair. A second photo, 6" x 9½" identifies Mrs. Huntington Wolcott Merchant (Mary Tallmadge) and her (young) children - Elizabeth Wolcott Merchant and Livingston Tallmadge Merchant. Caption also reads - Given to their cousin Mary Perkins Veniecy at Riverdale, 25 April 1913.
Folder 155: Miles, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes two 2½" x 3½" photos. One photo idedtifies Thomas M. Miles - minister in Winsted, then to the New Congregation Church in Meriden. The second photo identifies Mother and Eddie Augusta Culvery Miles.
Folder 156: Miner Family, Part 1, 1875Add to your cart.
Folder contains over 50 photos, most of them are unidentified. Of note one 5½" x 4" photo shows five young children, two boys and three girls, the forth and youngest boy is wearing a navy military style costume. Another photo of a boy and his dog is also wearing a navy military costume, his hat reads USN. One photo shows a woman wearing a maid uniform identified as Aunt Leydia. One cyanotype of a woman on horseback  is identified as Floris. One photo of a man and woman, he has a military jacket and hat on and the woman is wearing a nurses hat and uniform. A baby picture identifies Stephen R. Gay at seven months 1875. There is one tin type showing four women. Other names identified are Lucy Turner, Kate Gay, Julia A. Turner, Samuel E. Cotter.
Folder 157: Miner Family, Part 2, 1904Add to your cart.
Most photos are unidentified. Two 8½" x 6" photos show an unidentified town in a flood. Signage on buildings identify J.H. Cammack and Co. as a furniture store, Munger and A. Molter's. Folder includes three photos of unidentified homes, a 4½" x 4" photo of three unidentified young girls and three separate portraits. There is also four Farm scenes including one with a young girl on a small pony dated 1904, sheep, a cow and fields.
Folder 158: Montgomery, James Mortimer, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one 3½" x 3½" photo of James Mortimer Montgomery, President of Sons of Revolution.
Folder 159: Morrison, James E., 1881Add to your cart.
Folder includes two photos. One of James E. Morrison and one of his wife.
Folder 160: Mortimer, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes two 8" x 10"  B&W photos, one of a man the other of a woman holding a dog, in each photo they are standing next to a bird bath. Negatives are included in the folder identifies them as Austin Cheney and Mrs. Cheney in Litchfield. A 5" x 6½" B&W photo, includes the negative, identifies Stanley Mortimer.
Folder 161: Murray, Dr. Grace Peckham, undatedAdd to your cart.
Two photos identify Dr. Grace Peckham Murray, wife of Judge Murray. Caption say she lectured in Litchfield, Conn. In one of the photos she is wearing a necklace with a cross.
Folder 162: Noyes, William Curtis, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains two photos and one color photo of a painting of William Curtis  Noyes. Of note, attached on the back of one is the studios business information which states: By our improved processes. Portraits are taken from one to five seconds.
Folder 163: Osborne, 1907Add to your cart.
One photo of Miss Lucy M. Osborn taken when she was 100 years old. Caption on the back reads: "Real Daughter"  1807 - 1908. Active member and chaplain of Mary Wooster, Chapter D.A.R. of Danbury, until her death.
Folder 164: Parmalee, Rev. David L. & Miss Celestine, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes two 2½" x 4" photos identifies Miss Celesti Parmalee and Rev. David L. Parmalee (1795-1865). Also see Daguerreotype Box 2 - Parmalee.
Folder 165: Parsons, James, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains one 4" x 6" photo of Mr. and Mrs. James Parsons, the photo is mounted on a card from Benedict Studio, Litchfield, Conn.
Folder 166: Payne, Rev. William, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of Rev. William Payne, Rector of St. Michaels 1838-1945. Included in the folder is a letter from The Meriden Gravure Company in Meriden, Conn. stating that this photo was copied from the Payne book in 1954.
Folder 167: Peck, 1879Add to your cart.
Photo of Elijah Peck (b. 1794) and a photo of Harriet Turner Peck (b. 1796) with notation married 1817. Also written on back - Grandparents of C. Bruce Mason on his mother's side (The Pecks) who owned Suckerbrook Farm (now Minty Farm). These two photos are stamped from J.L. Judd's Gallery in Litchfield, CT. A photo of Mrs. Henry Peck - mother of Mrs. Herrick, with notation Jerusha Clark, see portraits by Tenney, Tallmadge Lane, Litchfield. A photo of Miss Gainer Milinson, milliner for Mrs. O.P. Peck of West Main Street, photo by F.C. North, Rockville, CT. One photo of Tracy Peck.
Folder 168: Perkins, 1869Add to your cart.

A photo of Miss. Abby Perkins (1795-1875), taken by J.L. Judd a photographer in Litchfield, CT. PHotos of J. Demming Perkins, 1867. In one photo he shown wearing an overcoat and holding a top hat and walking cane. In the second photo he is standing by a horse and buggy. Photos from the original pastel protrait of Andrew Perkins and Mrs. Andrew Perkins (Elizabeth Taylor), third wife of Andrew Perkins and mother of Charles Perkins. Edish-Howell Perkins, noted as the engagement photograph, dated 1900. Other photos include Hon Julius Deming, Julius Deming Perkins, Jr., Miss Abby Perkins, daughter of Andrew Perkins, Charles Perkins (1792-1856), son of Andrew and Elizabeth (Taylor) Perkins, Edith H. Perkins-wearing a costume for a Masquerade (1887), Lucretia D. Perkins - now Mrs. John W. Quincy (1879), Edith-Howell Perkins, noted as the engagement photograph, dated 1900. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Perkins sitting in a parlor with another woman, a large gas lamp sits on the table. A photo of a marble bust of Mrs. Julius Deming Perkins (1840-1917).

Photos of painting of Mrs. Mary Perkins (1708-1795), daughter of Dr. Caleb Bushnell, Mrs. Sarah Perkins (1744-1795), daughter of John Douglas, Doctor Elisha Perkins (1741-1799),  inventor of the "Metallic Tractors", Doctor Joseph Perkins (1704-1794), painted by grand-daughter Sarah Perkins, afterwards Mrs. General Grosvenor.

Of special note are three photos showing J. Deming Perkins as "Hardcastle" and Edith Perkins as "Kate" from theatrical performance of "She Stoops to Conquer" taken by Benedict's Photo-Studio in Litchfield, CT. 

Also Daguerreotypes, Box 2, 5, 8, 9, Perkins Family.

Folder 169: Phelps, George E., 1899Add to your cart.
One photo of Fireman George E. Phelps in uniform, 18 years old. He is wearing the Litchfield Fire Dept. uniform donated by Gertrude to the Dept. in 1991 on the 100th anniversary of founding of Dept. Eugene was the first chief.
Folder 170: Pierce, 1886Add to your cart.
Two photos of Jane Loring, wife of Prof. ASA Gray, niece of Miss. Mary Pierce. James Pierce (1779-1846), son of John Pierce and Mary Goodman Pierce (1772-1802). Silouette photos of Mrs. Ruth Pierce Croswell, sister of S. Pierce (b. 1764) and Dr. Thomas O. H. Croswell (d. 1844), brother-in-law of Sarah Pierce.
Folder 171: Pierce, Mary, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photos of Mary Pierce, (1780-1863), includes five photos from a water color portrait and a 2½" x 4" print taken by a Litchfield studio. Also see Ambrotype Box 2.
Folder 172: Pierce, Sarah, undatedAdd to your cart.
Sarah Pierce, (1767-1852), daughter of John Pierce and Mary Paterson. Two different photos of Sarah Pierce and copies taken from watercolors. Also includes photo of a silhouette. Of note one photo includes a notation "Her School 1792-1833", Litchfield Academy.
Folder 173: Pierpont, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photos from portraits of Rev. James Pierpont and Mrs. Susan Hotchkiss Pierpont, wife of James Pierpont - Grandmother of Susie Bronson Brown. Also see Ambrotype Box 1.
Folder 174: Plumb, Seth, 1862Add to your cart.
Photo of Seargent, (later Lt.) Seth Plumb, (1863-1864), the G.A.R. Litchfield Post was named for him for his Civil War service. Also a photo of Dr. (Maj.) Henry Plumb.
Folder 175: Prindle, Mr. & Mrs., undatedAdd to your cart.
A 2½" x 3½" wedding photo of Mr. & Mrs. Prindle.
Folder 176: Quincy, 1880Add to your cart.

Photos of the Quincy family including one family portrait taken in New York, 1880 of John W. Quincy and Lucretia D. Quincy with their two children Mary P. Quincy and John W. Quincy. One photo of Mary Perkins Quincy (1866 - 1921) from an original portrait in pastel by J. Wells Champney of New York, 1892. A photograph of Mary Quincy  taken by David Gardiner in Central Park, New York, 1893.

Two travel photos (approximately 8" x 10"), Egypt 1899 ("with Ali") - showing the Pyramids of Giza and The Great Sphinx and Granada.

Various photographs identify Prof. James M. Hoppin, Mary Perkins Quincy, Mrs. James M. Hoppin, Edmund Quincy, Lucretia D. Quincy, Caroline Fitzmaurice (1894), John Williams Quincy III (poratrait by Mrs. S. Whitman of Boston, 1893), Judge Edward Quincy.

Most pictures are about 8" x 10", some are 4" x 6".

Folder 177: Quincy Family, 1859Add to your cart.

Photos identify Mary Perkins Quincy 1893 & 1887, Mrs. William Wales 1879 - born Quincy, Edward Lorance Loring ? and Charlotte Wales Loring circa 1918, Quincy Wales 1908, John William Quincy Jr., Mary Honey Quincy, Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Quincy and family (Mary & John) 1880, Mrs. Dorthy (Quincy) Scott, Miss. M. A. Quincy 1859, Mrs. Martha Atkins Quincy 1870, Mr. Geo. H. Quincy of Boston, John W. Quincy 1876. Folder also includes one tin type.

Of note one photo captions Mary Quincy as maid of honor to the Queen in the "Antigone" of Sophocles 1891.

Also includes a photo of the Handcock House in Boston.

Some photos are similar to photos in folder 176 (Quincy).

Folder 178: Ransom, William L., 1888Add to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of William R. Tansom and two (one copy) with caption With the Regards of WmL. Ransom taken by the Benedict Studio in Litchfield, CT.
Folder 179: Ray/Stevens/Wadhams, 1862Add to your cart.

Folder contains about 29 carte de visite, some have a postage stamp on the reverse. Most are unidentifies but a few have captions such as: Love to Addie, July 3rd 1863, Remember me Addie, April 30th 1862, Addie W. Stevens, 15th Feb. 1862, Addie Stevens Ray, <em>Mrs. Henry Ward Stevens - Jane Wadhaues Stevens - Addie's Mother.</em>

A few have J. L. Judd and G. B. Spencer of Litchfield, CT Photograph Studio stamp on the reverse.

Note: See Tintypes Box 2, Daguerreotype Box, 5, 6, 8, Ambrotypes Box 1

Folder 180: Rice, Capt. James, undatedAdd to your cart.
One photo (carte de visite) of Capt. Jas. Rice in military uniform.
Folder 181: Richards, 1886Add to your cart.
Photos of Hattie Richards (Mrs. George Richards), Rev. William Richards, George Richards, Rev. George Richards (1816-1870), Henry Richards, Mrs. Helen Richards 1886.
Folder 182: Ripley, S. Dillon, 1905Add to your cart.
Three photos include one of Louis? Ripley - Dillon Ripley's brother riding an elephant, a Black & White (5" x 7") of Julien Ashton Ripley 1905, and a color print (3½" x 4½") of Mr. Ripley while doing one of his lectures 1977.
Folder 183: Ripley, Louis A., 1905Add to your cart.
One 9" x 7" Black & White mounted photo of Louis A. Ripley sitting on a horse.
Folder 184: Rockhill, William Woodville & Mrs. Wm Woodville (Edith Perkins), undatedAdd to your cart.

Photos identify both William Woodville Rockville and his wife Mrs. W.W. Rockville (Edith Perkins).

Of note: William Rockville (1854-1914) was the Minister to Greece, Roumania, and Servia, and to China; Ambassador to Russia and to Turkey.

Folder 185: Rockwell, 1880Add to your cart.
Photos identify Capt. Joseph Rockwell in military uniform, Fannie Beatrice Rockwell (1873?), Col. Joseph P. Rockville 1882, Frances Beatice Rockville 8 years old 1880, Edmund & Diana Rockville 7 years old 1880.
Folder 186: Rogers, undatedAdd to your cart.
One (8" x 10") photo of a painting of Mrs. Henry W. Rogers (Kezia Holt Adams).
Folder 187: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1904Add to your cart.
One photo of Theodore Roosevelt with a caption: To the Honary W.W. Rockhill with a very happy ___ year from Theodore Roosevelt
Folder 188: Roraback, Mrs. W. G., 1921Add to your cart.
One photo of Mrs. W. G. Roraback standing outside, a white house is in the background,1921 and one photo of a silhoulette.
Folder 189: Saltus, undatedAdd to your cart.
Two carte de visite, one of A. Wright Saltus with inscription on reverse A little Union boy for Aunt Rhoda. The other is of Mrs. Saltus - Ethel Ludington Morhs, she wears a heavy chain around her neck.
Folder 190: 1877Add to your cart.
Folder contains a 5¼" x 7" photo of Joan Sanford shown standing holding a cat was taken by her father William H. Stanford. The photo was found in Wiggins store room. Another photo taken by Benedict studio in Litchfield is a 4" x 6" of Dunscombe and Margaret Sanford. Additional carte de viste photos identifieds Margaret S. Sanford, Elihu Harrison Sanford (brother of William Sanford - father of Margaret Sanford), Amasa Wright Sanford, Clarinda Harrison (3rd wife of Rollin Sanford - grandfather of Margaret Sanford), William H. Stanford - father of Margaret Sanford, Harrison Sanford taken at W. Hendricks studio in Stamford, Conn., Aunt Rhoda, and another photo taken by Benedict studio of Margaret Sanford with Katherine Baldwin (West Street) with their dog wearing a spiked collar.
Folder 191: Sansing, Victoria, 1983Add to your cart.
Folder contains two color photos of Mrs. Victoria Sansing.
Folder 192: Schermerhorn, Alfred E., 1895Add to your cart.
One photo of Alfred E. Schermerhorn sporting a mustache and spectacles.
Folder 193: Sedgwick, Major Gen. John & Mrs. John, 1901Add to your cart.
Folder contains a photo of Maj. Gen. John Sedgwick in uniform. One photo of Mrs. John Sedgwick. Also a group photo of seven women identifies Mrs. John Sedgwick?, Frances Moraghan, (Mrs. John Hannon), Kathanne Birmingham, (Mrs. Charles Barbour), Miss. Nuhn, Miss. Loveland.
Folder 194: Seymour - part 1, 1861Add to your cart.

Photos identify Mrs. O.S. Seymour 1807-1894 (Lucy, daughter of General Morris Woodruff) of note: she knit over 200 pairs of stockings for soldiers during the Civil War. Photo of Mr. William H. Seymour 1802-1902 (his father was Capt. Samuel Seymour brother of Major Moses Seymour) on his 100th birthday.  Photo of paintings identify Clarissa Seymour Marsh, Major Moses Seymour by Ralph Earl. One silhouette of S.O. Seymour 1878.

Other photos identify the wife of Moses (son of Ilafor Moses) Seymour, Honary Morris W. Seymour 1836, Rev. Dr. S.O. Seymour and Mrs. S.O. Seymour, Origen S. Seymour P.E.A. (possibly Phillips Exeter Academy 1890), and another of Origen Seymour taken at Betts a Bridgeport, Conn. studio showing him with a (extra large front) two wheeled bicycle, Judge Edward Seymour with a top hat, Rev. Storrs Ozias Seymour 1836-1918 of Saint Michael's Church, Mary Brown (Mrs. S. Seymour), Edward S. Seymour - son of Rev. Stors O. Seymour, Francis Lord Seymour and her dog, Mrs. Storrs O. Seymour (about 1900) also named Mary Harrison, Seymour, Ned Seymour, Morris Woodruff Seymour 1862 (1842-1920), Judge Origen Seymour & daughter Maria,  Rev. Storrs Seymour.

A group photo, 1863, of eight people identify Morris W. Seymour, Judge Edmund W. Seymour, Miss. Augusta Hotchkiss, Rev. Storrs O. Seymour (middle), Mrs. Charles Woodruff, Maria Seymour, Mary Woodruffn and Mrs. Babcock. Some of the photos were taken by J.L. Judd studio in Litchfield, CT.

Note: See Daguerreotype Box 4, Seymour Family

Folder 195: Seymour - part 2, 1863Add to your cart.

Some of photos have descriptive captions which read:

Hon. Edward W. Seymour. Son of Judge of Supreme Court of Connecticut, U.S. Congress Rep. Taken in his library in the house he built on South St. next to the Roman Catholic Church, when he married Mary Floyd Tallmadge - daughter of Frederick Augustus Tallmadge and Elizabeth Hannah Canfield.

Dr. Storrs O. Seymour (1836) first President of the Litchfield Historical Society (1893-1916) and the Hon. George M. Woodruff, 2nd president. They were double first cousins.

Mrs. Storrs O. Seymour at St. Michaels Rectory, Litchfield (about 1910) reading what looks like a church bulletin from St. James.

Photos taken at The Litchfield Studio identies Rev. Dr. Storrs O. Seymour (1836-1918), Rector St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Litchfield, 1879-1883 and 1893-1916. Rector Emeritus until his death, 1918.

Other photos identify: Morris Woodruff Seymour brother of Storrs Ozias, Edward Woodruff, a silhouette of Dr. Seymour, , Rev. Storrs O. Seymour - Pastor of St. Michael's, Origen Storrs Seymour, Judge E.W. Seymour with four unidentified people standing under a rock formation, a B&W photo of a stained glass window with a dedication to Mary H. Seymour, Rev. Storrs O. Seymour on the steps of St. Michael's Church about 1900.

Photos (cartes de visite) taken by J.L. Judd, a studio in Litchfield: Mrs. E.W. Seymour - (Mary Floyd Tallmadge) pictured in her wedding dress, 1865. Another photo identifies Emily C. Noyes, Cora E. White (Mrs Towne) and Mary F. Tallmadge (Mrs. E.W. Seymour) 1863.

Note-Also See: Moses Seymour Print in with Beckwith Family Photographs.

Folder 196: Sheldon, undatedAdd to your cart.

A photo taken of a painting identifies Lucy Sheldon another identifies Dr. Daniel Sheldon by Anson Dickinson. Other photos identify Henry Sheldon son of Dr. Daniel Sheldon.

Note: See Ambrotype Box 2; See Daguerrotype Box 5

Folder 197: Sherman, Roger Minot & Mrs. Roger M., 1915Add to your cart.
Folder holds two 7" x 9" photos of paintings of Roger Minot Sherman and Mrs. Roger Minot Sherman possibly by Nathaniel Jocelyn.
Folder 198: Smith, Cornelia B., undatedAdd to your cart.

One photo of Cornelia B. Smith sitting in an office talking on a candlestick style phone.

Of special note: The office shows two typewriters, one a No.10 Smith Premier Typewriter. On the wall behind her are two posters. One is titled Siegel-Russell Index Co. Publisher of Index Systems for Public Records, Saving Time Books And Labor. Nearly 4,000,000 Names Indexed under our economic System. The other poster is titled Torrington and Litchfield Auto-Stage Line and shows the stage schedule: Stage will leave Phelps Tavern for Torrington R.R. Station and when the Stage will make the return trip. The bottom of the poster reads W.S. Fenn's Stables, Litchfield, Conn, Phone XX and The E.J. Kelly Co. Torrington, Conn, Phone XX. Other office equipment shown in the photo include rubber stamps on a rack, a Connecticut Telephone Directory and an embossing seal (such as Notaries use).

Folder 199: Smith, Dr. Elihu H., undatedAdd to your cart.
Two photos from a paintings of Dr. Elihu Hubbard Smith (1771-1798), son of Dr. Reuben and Abigail (Hubbard) Smith.
Folder 200: Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, 1890Add to your cart.

Folder includes four photo postcards of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Smith and friends, one interior the others in the countryside. And one miniture of Washington Smith. Names include Mr. & Mrs. Earl Smith (Ralph's brother).

Of special note: Mr. Smith kept "Ye Old Curiositie Shoppe" in the small building built for De. Reuben Smith as office and apothecary shop. It stood between Miss. Phelp's house and the U.S. Hotel (Phelps Tavern).

Folder 201: Spinney, Mabel, 1921Add to your cart.
One 6½" x 10" B&W photo of Mrs. Mabel Spinney with her three children, Hoanna, Richard and Henry.
Folder 202: Stevens, James & Mary, 1898Add to your cart.
Two 6" x 9" B&W photos, one ot James and Mary, The other of Mary Stevens, Sarah Pope, Minnie Lindley, Grandle Lindley.
Folder 203: Strong, Harriet (Deming) Mrs. William L., 1807Add to your cart.

One photo from a painting of Mrs. Strong.

Of note:

Harriet Deming (1789-1875) was the daughter of Henry Deming and Anne Lord and a niece of Julias Deming of Litchfield. She married Rev. William L. Strong of Somers, Conn. and had eleven children. Esquire "Julius Deming of Litchfield was her grandfathers brother".

Folder 204: Tallmadge, 1865Add to your cart.

Folder includes original photos and photos of paintings. Names include: Mary

Floyd Tallmadge (and children), Maria Adams (daughter of Andrew Adams, married Henry Tallmadge), Livingston Tallmadge Merchant, Mrs. W.R. Ogle (Miss. Julia Tallmadge - sister of Mrs. J.M.B. Dwight, William Smith Tallmadge (1785-1822) portrait in collection, died in Moscow, New York, at the age of 37, (his brother was lost at sea aged 19) son of Col. Benjamine Tallmadge, Frederick Samuel Tallmadge (1824-1904), (son of Honorable Frederick Augustus Tallmadge), Maria Tallmadge Cushman (daughter of Col. Tallmadge, wife of John P. Cushman of Troy), Gen. William Floyd (signer of the Declaration of Independance, and father of Mary Floyd Tallmadge), William Pomroy Ogle 2" x 3" glass plate (son of Julia Tallmadge Ogle), an unidentified 4" x 6" photo from Albees studio in Torrington, CT. One 3" x 4" photo of St. Mark's Church in New York. Also a photo of the window in St. Mark's Church as a memorial to Frederick S. Tallmadge.

Folder 205: Thompson, 1897Add to your cart.
Folder contains one photo of George Thompson and five photos of Miss. Esther H. Thompson.Two photos are from The Litchfield Studio and one is from Benedict's Studio from Litchfield, CT.
Folder 206: Tomlinson Family (Penn.), 1860Add to your cart.
Folder contains three tin types identifing Augusta Hyde, Mrs. C.A. Warren, Frances M. Agusta Hyde, Ann T. Agusta Hyde Tomlinson. Cartes de Viste photos identify Edwin H. Tomlinson, Alice H. Tomlinson (daughter of Edwin Tomlinson and Mary Hyde Tomlinson, (cousin) Grace Tomlinson, Augusta Hyde, Mrs. Peter Tomlinson (Augusta Hyde, mother of Edwin H.T.) Peter Tomlinson (my father). Some photos were taken at J.A. Mather in Titusville, PA, others taken at G.N. Granniss in Waterbury, CT, one taken at Bundy & Williams in New Haven, CT.
Folder 207: Tracy, 1913Add to your cart.
Photos of Francis Gallatice Tracy, Jr., great, great, grandson of Major General Uriah Tracy. One photo of a portrait of Mrs. Susannah Bull Tracy (1758-1843, wife of U.S. Senator Uriah Tracy of Litchfield, Conn.
Folder 208: Trowbridge, 1895Add to your cart.
Folder includes one photo of Thomas R. Trowbridge, and one photo of Edith Champion Trowbridge both of New Haven, Conn.
Folder 209: Trumbull, 1885Add to your cart.
Photos identify Mrs. William Trumbull, Ann Trumbull (Mrs. William), Bob & Bill Trumbull (in front of a butcher shop), Allen Train Trumbull & Mr. William Trumbull - photo taken at Benedict's in Litchfield, Conn.
Folder 210: Turkington, 1874Add to your cart.
One photo identifies Horatis Benton (Died in 1875) & David Turkington in 1874 taken by Benedict's Studio in Litchfield, Conn. Another photo identifies Frank H. Turkington as High Sheriff of Litchfield, Conn.
Folder 211: Dr. Charles Turkington & show dog "Willie", 1959Add to your cart.
Folder contains one 5" x 7" B&W photo of Dr. Charles Turkington with a (Beagle) show dog "Willie".
Folder 212: Turner, Albert, N. & wife Nellie (Catlin), 1900Add to your cart.
Folder contains three silouettes of Albert Turner, Josephine Wooster Catlin and Unidentified. Photos identify Mrs. Albert N. Turner (Nellie Catlin) age 5, Mr. & Mrs. Albert M. Turner of Northfield, Conn. One 8½" x 6" landscape with Albert M. Turner & Setter (an Irish Setter) in Northfield, Conn. circa 1900-1910.
Folder 213: U.S. Statesmen, undatedAdd to your cart.
Most photos are 4" x 5½" or 6" B&W; Those that are identified include: J.B. Peaser, Mildrow, Culberson, Gov. R.B. Bullock of Georgia, Judge James J. Winans, John H. Brewer, Thomas Clay McCreery, A.H. Buckan, Honary C.H. Sawyer of N.H., Jacob Benton M.C. of N.H., H. Howard of R.I., Hardaman of Georgia M.C., Honary Jos Allison, Wayne M. Veugh, Honary John M. Dary of N.Y., W.J. Stone of Montana, C.W. Stone of Pennsylvania, Claude Mattews Governor of Indiana, Richard J. Bowie, D.R. James,C.D. Clark of Wyoming, W.L. Hikon of West Virgina, John Baker, A.J. Thompson, L.D. Apsley, J.B. Clark Jr., J.P. Thick, J.W. Kendall of Kentucky, R.W. Everett of Georgia, B.H. Hill, SenatorJ.D. Walker, Senator J.M. Lamden, Senator Hearst, Samual Ward King, W.H. Hatch of Montana, Jack Taylor, Gov. A. Jencks, Senator Ball, S.C. Harper of New Jersey, Joseph W. Fifer (Republican) of Illinois, G.R. Davis, Milo White, W.G. Gulbertson of Pennsylvania, Sanaton Ransom, Daniel Cady, E.J. Turner Kaus., J.M. Carey, Jason B. Brown of Indiana, J.B. Allen of Washington, Whithorne of Tennessee, Leon Ulaisle, W.H. Crain of Texas, L.W. Moore of Texas, C.U. Brunner, J. Stephenson, Judge Buttin, Van Iyck, Honorable Vance, Honorable J.H. Fair.
Folder 214: Vanderpoel, Emily Noyes, 1863Add to your cart.
Folder includes 7" x 9" photocopies of a portrait of Emily Vanderpole (by Forster of Toronto) in Litchfield, CT. A 6½" x 8½" photo of Emily Vanderpole in her Home/Studio, 22 Gramercy Park, NYC; shows elaborate decorative furnishings, fireplace and fur rug. A 6" x 8½" photo of Emily N. Vanderpoel with Mrs. Gerald Low and sons. A 5" x 8" photo of three women having tea identified as Mary Floyd Tallmadge, Cora Elizabeth White and Emily Caroline Noyes; photo taken at Litchfield, Conn. by J.L. Judd 1863.
Folder 215: Vanderpoel Family, undatedAdd to your cart.
Photos identify John Arent Vanderpoel and Floyd Vanderpoel. Also two 2½" x 4" photos identify Mr. and Mrs. John Vanderpoel - son of E.N. Vanderpoel, and a group of six people identifies Alex Nickil and Anne, John Vanderpoel, E.B. Roburtr, and a little girl Laura Dotterer.
Folder 216: Vandewater, Emma R. & Wheeler, Susie Eileen; Elmore, Paul; Wheeler, Mae, 1902Add to your cart.
Litchfield High School 1902. Shown standing with diploma in hand are Mae Ingersoll Wheeler, Paul Bradley Elmore, Susie Eileen Wheeler, Emma Reed Vandewater.
Folder 217: Van Renssaeler, Mrs. Philip, 1910Add to your cart.
Folder contains one 3½" x 5" oval photo of Mrs. Philip Van Renssaeler.
Folder 218: Van Rensselaer, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder conatins two photos, one of Mary Tallmage (Mrs. Philip) and of James Tallmadge Van Resnsselaer.
Folder 219: Van Winkle, 1863Add to your cart.

Photos identifies Edgar Beach Van Winkle, Sr., Miss Elizabeth Van Winkle, Mrs. Edgar S. Van Winkle (Miss. Beach), Miss. Mary DuBois Van Winkle (daughter of Edgar S. Van Winkle), Mrs. Edgar B. Van Winkle Jr. (representing Rumania in the Tableaux of the Allies, Sept. 1917), Mrs. Edgar S. Van Winkle (Hanna Beach, 1863), Miss Elizabeth S. Van Winkle, (1862?), Miss Mary D.B. Van Winkle (photographed by J.L. Judd in Litchfield), Mrs. E.B. Van Winkle (afterward Mrs. Foster). There is also a photo of a costume (Bonnet & Cloak) about 1828.

Two picitures dated Feb. 1934 depict deep snow scenes taken in Litchfield, CT. One of Lanes End driveway with Ned Van Winkles wife and collie dog with the barn in the background. The other photo is of North Lake Street, North of Lanes End driveway.

One 4¼" x 2½" (three generations) photo of Edgar Beach Van Winkle and his son William Mitchell Van Winkle and his son Willian Van Winkle Jr. c.1914.

Folder 220: Viltum, 1884Add to your cart.
Folder contains three 4" x 5½" photos that identify James A. Viltum, Bertha Louise Viltum at 2 years and 8 months and another at 11 years old, 1893.
Folder 221: Vinton, Mrs. Alice Edwards, undatedAdd to your cart.
One 2¼" x 3½" photo of Mrs. Alice Edward Vinton. The photographer stamp is from Heidelberg.
Folder 222: Vondermuhl, 1920Add to your cart.
One 3" x 4" photo identifies Sandy Beach, 1920 with caption: The late Margaret Beckwith gives a swimming lesson to Kitty Vondermuhl (now Mrs. Kingstand Van Winkle) as Kitty's brother George awaits his turn. Photo by Kate Knapp Vondermuhl.
Folder 223: Walbridge, William & wife, 1909Add to your cart.
One photo of Mrs. William Walbridge of Litchfield, Conn.
Folder 224: Wales, Elizabeth A.W. Quincy, 1890Add to your cart.
Folder includes two photos of Mrs. William Wales (1809-1893), (Elizabeth A.W. Quincy).
Folder 225: Warner, Dr. Charles N., 1902Add to your cart.
Folder contains two 5" x 4" photos of Charles N. Warner, Sr - M.D. One photo shows him examining Ethel Smith daughter of George Smith. Of note the photos show an ornate gas stove, Doctor bag near his desk and a wall mounted telephone.
Folder 226: Warren, Minnie & Com Nuti & Mrs. Tom Thumb, 1863Add to your cart.
One 2½" x 4" photo of Mr. & Mrs. Tom Thumb in wedding attire.
Folder 227: Warren, 1881Add to your cart.
Folder contains one tin type of a man and two women, one wears a fur collar and fur hand muff. Other photos identify Mrs. A.G. Lamson and daughter Charlotte Wardner Lamson in christening dress, 1881. Also Mrs. C.A. Warren, Francis M. Warren (1860), Alice  Hyde Warren (1859-1864), and Bill Warren (William L.)
Folder 228: Webster, 1889Add to your cart.
One 4" x 5½" photo of George Barry Webster.
Folder 229: Wier, Edward (Blizzard), undatedAdd to your cart.
One 5½" x 3" B&W photo of a man standing with one foot on a snow pile and the other foot atop the roof of an early model truck with chains on the tires sporting license plate # PS·30.
Folder 230: Wells, Miss Julia, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains one 4½" x 8" photo of Miss Julia Wells sitting at a secretary desk writing. Of note; beside the desk stands an kerosene floor lamp. The lamp chamber hangs from the pole by three chains.
Folder 231: Wessells, undatedAdd to your cart.

Names identified are Frances Wessells & dog, Frances Wessells "The Kid", Julia Wessells, Julia Adams Wessells, Fredericka Wessells (Fredericka Wessells Caldwell). Of note, most photos are 4" x 5½", some photos are by Benedict Studio in Litchfield, CT.

Also see Daguerreotype Box 1, see "Gates, Dr. H." Photo File.

Folder 232: Westover, Mrs. Lavinia, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains one 5½" x 8" photo of Mrs. Lavinia Westover (Bantam, CT).
Folder 233: Whalen, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains a photo folder holding one 6½" x 5" group photo identifying Joe and Frank Whalen, Helen Whalen, and their parents Frank and Debra Whalen.
Folder 234: Wheeler, 1890Add to your cart.
Folder holds two photos. One identifies Charles D. Wheeler taken while a Representative at Hartford and one of Miss Elizabeth D. Wheeler (1889).
Folder 235: Wheelock, 1874Add to your cart.
Folder contains a 6½" x 9" photo identifying Joseph A. Wheelock (1890). A mixture of 2½" x 4" cartes-de-visite and 4" x 6" cabinet cards identify John Wheelock, Mary Adams Wheelock, Julia Wheelock, Daisy Wheelock (1892), Sarah Adams Wheelock (Daisy) daughter of Mary Adams Wheelock (1876), Joseph A. Wheelock (1876 & 1881). Also one Tin Type identifying Jo. Wheelock son of Mary A. Wheelock.
Folder 236: White, Alain & sisters, 1894Add to your cart.
Folder includes a B&W photo of Alain C. White. Also three 4½" x 6" photos identify Mary W. White (1897), Elizabeth Sebden White (1894), and Lucy White Morris as sisters of Alain C. White.
Folder 237: White, Eli & wife Caroline, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder includes two 2½" x 3" Cartes-de-viste identifying Eli White andMrs. Eli White (Caroline).
Folder 238: White, Henry D. & wife Julia, 1862Add to your cart.
Folder includes one 4" x 6" cabinet card identifing Henry Dyer White of New Haven, Conn. Folder also includes two 2½" x 3½" cartes-de-visite identifying Mrs. Henry D. White of New Haven (Julia F. White, 1862), and Henry D. White of New Haven (Valentines Day - 1863).
Folder 239: Whiting, Amy (Lathrop) Mrs. William Bradford, undatedAdd to your cart.
Reverse side indicates: copied from old oil painting. Amy Lathrop (1735-1815), daughter of Col. Nathaine Lathrop and Anna Backus.
Folder 240: Whiting, Col. Nathan & wife, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains two hand colored photos of paintings identifying Col. Nathan Whiting and Mrs. Nathan Whiting.
Folder 241: Wolcott, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains two 5" x 7" photographs of portraits. One of Laura Wolcott's husband Robert Rankin. The other of Laura Maria Wolcott Rankin. Other photos identify Elizabeth Hungton Wolcott, wife of John P. Jackson. One B&W 4" x 4" photo showing a portrait of Hungton Wolcott hanging above the fireplace with his great, great, great nephew, Neilson Abeel seated below.
Folder 242: Wood, Rev. Dr. W., 1911Add to your cart.
One 5½" x 4" photoof Rev. Dr. W. Wood & Mabel Munson (1911). Costume dress at the Pergola, Litchfield Aug. 1st 1911.
Folder 243: Woodward, A. B., undatedAdd to your cart.
One 5" x 8" photo of A. B. Woodward.
Folder 244: Young, undatedAdd to your cart.
Folder contains one 4" x 5½" photo of two children named Caroline Mary Young (4 years 11 months) and Benjamin Swan Young (2 years 2 months).

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