The Tuttle Collection

High tide at Kissing Rocks on Oceanview Blvd. at Esplanade Ave., near Aumentos Rock. Also called Arch Rock. A section of the rock has fallen off the far left edge (as viewed from land) since the photo was taken. According to Clark's Monterey County Place Names, Pacific Grove City Council officially designated this "Kissing Rocks" on April 1, 1970.
Waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline.
Waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline near Point Pinos.
Waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline. Image #249 shows same rocks. Images #239, #249, and #246 taken on same day.
Spray and waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline.
Tidepool with spray and waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline, at Point Pinos, with waves crashing on rocks. Condition note: Taped at edges, cracked along upper right-hand quarter.
Waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline. Tuttle's original negative sleeve reads, "Spray near Pt. Joe." Condition note: Crack along bottom.
Kissing Rocks on Oceanview Blvd. at Esplanade Ave., near Aumentos Rock. Also called Arch Rock. A section of the rock has fallen off the far left edge (as viewed from land) since the photo was taken. According to Clark's Monterey County Place Names, Pacific Grove City Council officially designated this "Kissing Rocks" on April 1, 1970.
Breaker (Tuttle's negative sleeve note calls it "roller") near rocky shoreline of Pacific Grove.
Waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline near foot of Point Pinos Lighthouse. Condition note: Spot in sky area.
Spray and waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline. Images #239, #249, and #246 taken on same day.
Hand holds wood rat against backdrop of tree trunks.
Waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline, near Point Pinos Lighthouse.
Waves crashing on rocks along Pacific Grove shoreline. Image #239 shows same rocks. Images #239, #249, and #246 taken on same day.
The Great Tidepool along Pacific Grove shoreline, at Point Pinos, with waves crashing on rocks.
Point Pinos: Sandy beach with pebbles, waves, and rocky outcrop. Tuttle's note on negative sleeve calls it, "lighthouse spray."
Forest glen with large white rock and stream, probably the Big Sur River. Tuttle marked the negative sleeve, "San Jose Creek," probably refering to an area now called Rancho San Carlos, though the Big Sur location seems more likely. Condition note: Scan looks better than print, which is flat. Matches image of rock in Big Sur supplied by Pat Hathaway.
Old Mexican Jail, downtown Monterey. Built in 1806. Probably a copy photo. Pat Hathaway identifies this as the work of photographer C.W. J. Johnson.
Toddler on steps of house. Same baby and stairs in #045, #254, and #354.
Tuttle's daughter, Gladys, in white cotton dress bends over flower bouquets filling corner of room (probably apartment above pharmacy on Lighthouse Avenue). High school graduation? Same locale & subject in #255, #355, and #356.
Camera set on tripod amidst Brandt's Cormorants' nests on Bird Rock off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Tuttle's original negative sleeve called it "Seal Rocks." Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506.
Flock of Brandt's Cormorants on Bird Rock on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506. Condition note: Print flipped horizontally/out of focus.
In foreground, nest of Brandt's Cormorant chicks. Flock of Brandt's Cormorants on rocks in background. Bird Rock on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506.
Flock of Brandt's Cormorants on Bird Rock, off of 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506.
Hopkins Marine Station professor and future California Academy of Sciences director Frank Mace MacFarland holds Cormorant in foreground, flock of Brandt's Cormorants behind, two other men in background. At Bird Rock on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506.
Flock of Brandt's Cormorants on Bird Rock on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Bird colony images include: #060, #065, #116, #256-261, #500-506
Man stands at curb with spaniel dog. Drug store in background. Condition note: Bubbled emulsion on negative.
Picket fence, grave(?) marker: Gen. P.E. Connor(?), earth mounded, vine-covered object.
Photographer C.K. Tuttle identified this on the original negative sleeve as, "Toni and dogs at Tevis Stable." Derby-hatted man sits with mother dog nursing pups, all on horse blanket with a "T." The Tevis-Murray mansion was in Monterey, along what is now known as Cannery Row, at the spot where the Monterey Plaza Hotel is now situated. See also #274 for similar view.
Low-slung Oak tree in Greenwood Park.
Thatch-covered pavilion, Japanese-style tiled roof at right, several people in picture, Japanese garden ornaments. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.
Three girls (including Winnifred & Gladys Tuttle) pose with dolls and older woman. Same people and locale in images #046 and #267.
Curved road, house and garden in background.
Three people stand at foot of grape-crushing / wine-making statue. Located in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. Looks like Mrs. O.S. Trimmer tasting from cup.
Close-up, slab of wood. "Monterey Cypress, cut for tree rings." Looks like same piece of wood in images #108 and #270.
Man in stripped shirt holds baby on knee. Sits on steps of house; two women sit on chairs on porch. House has vertical half-timbering, criss-cross fencing. Condition note: Out of focus. Same people and house in #271 and #272.
Man in stripped shirt holds baby on knee; looks at camera. Sits on steps of house; two women sit on chairs on porch. House has vertical half-timbering, criss-cross fencing. Condition note: Out of focus. Same people and house in #271 and #272.
Oak tree with hill in background.
Photographer C.K. Tuttle identified this on the original negative sleeve as, "Toni and dogs at Tevis Stable." Derby-hatted man sits with mother dog nursing pups, all on horse blanket with a "T." The Tevis-Murray mansion was in Monterey, along what is now known as Cannery Row, at the spot where the Monterey Plaza Hotel is now situated. See also #264 for similar view.
Native American woman near porch pulls on rope. Anglo woman looks on, young boy looks at camera. Rustic farm, well, and chaparral-covered mountains in background. Woman ringing bell? Same location in images #275, #276, #277, and #279.
Eight children, six donkeys at rustic farm. Same location in images #275, #276, #277, and #279.
Native American man near porch holds watermelon. Two pigs, rustic farm, windmill, and chaparral-covered mountains in background. Rope that woman pulled in image #275 wrapped around fencepost. Same location in images #275, #276, #277, and #279.
Male rider on horse in clearing near orchard.
Eight children, six donkeys at rustic farm. Condition note: Crack across bottom right. Same location in images #275, #276, #277, and #279.
Man holds baby on lap in garden below house window. Large jasmine plant in background. Condition note: Subjects moved & blurry. Same setting & baby as in image #357.
John Tennant Memorial Home (also known as Holiday House), was built by Margaret Tennant in memory of her brother. It was a retirement home for Episcopalian & Methodist preachers, located at Forest & Sinex, at the current site of Canterbury Woods. It was razed c1960. Condition note: Scratch at center bottom.
John Tennant Memorial Home (also known as Holiday House), was built by Margaret Tennant in memory of her brother. It was a retirement home for Episcopalian & Methodist preachers, located at Forest & Sinex, at the current site of Canterbury Woods. It was razed c1960.
John Tennant Memorial Home (also known as Holiday House), was built by Margaret Tennant in memory of her brother. It was a retirement home for Episcopalian & Methodist preachers, located at Forest & Sinex, at the current site of Canterbury Woods. It was razed c1960.
Lovers Point, wooden pier, windmill, lean-to, boats. Windmill has "Stover" sign attached.