The Tuttle Collection

Shingle-covered house with boy on bicycle and another boy & girl. Same children and house in #081, #079, and # 411.
Gladys Tuttle in plaid wool suit and peaked cap stands with girl's bicycle in circular driveway of El Carmelo Hotel. Condition note: Top right corner and right edge missing from negative.
Man sits on horse in front of Hopkins Marine Station at Lovers Point. J. Pryor sign advertising lots for sale in background. Pryor was a Pacific Improvement Co. real estate agent, and later became first mayor under the city manager form of government in 1927. See also image #394 for similar view.
Man stands near horse in front of Hopkins Marine Station at Lovers Point. J. Pryor sign advertising lots for sale in background. Pryor was a Pacific Improvement Co. real estate agent, and later became first mayor under the city manager form of government in 1927. See also image #393 for similar view.
Man in work clothes holds two rock fish. William "Bathhouse" Smith's barn-like home located at Lovers Point is in background.
Three Tuttle children with toys stand at side of El Carmelo Hotel. From left: Winnifred with pull poodle, Gladys with doll in wicker buggy, Floyd dressed as soldier with gun, on tricycle.
Business block of Lighthouse Avenue, street unpaved. From left: elaborate towered house (moved to slightly different location in image #470), T.K. Ray's cigar shop on corner, hardware sign up Grand Ave., laundry. At far left is fence surrounding small park area. Same buildings in # 397 and #398.
Business block on Lighthouse Avenue, street unpaved. Horse-drawn wagon out front of Tuttle's Pharmacy. From left: small board and batten one-story house, elaborate towered house (moved to slightly different location in image #470), T.K. Ray's cigar shop on corner, hardware sign up Grand Avenue, laundry. Same buildings in images #397 and #398.
Interior of Tuttle Drug Store, with Winnifred Tuttle (1893 - 1973) behind counter. The pharmacy was opened on April 18, 1887 at 551 Lighthouse Avenue, and remained in business at the same location for over 50 years. The Tuttle family lived in the large apartment above the pharmacy. Winnifred was the youngest of the three Tuttle children, and served as Pacific Grove's first telephone operator (around the age of 12). She followed in her father, Charles', footsteps, and obtained CA pharmacist license #7726. She married Pacific Improvement Co. real estate executive Andrew Beaumont in 1925. C.K. Tuttle's legs and tripod are reflected in case glass front & center.
Front of C.K. Tuttle's pharmacy on Lighthouse Avenue, before the second floor appartment was added on. Sandwich board, wood sidewalk, taken from inside fence that surrounded small park area. Ad for Dr. John Hood inside.
Floyd Tuttle, baby Gladys sits up in wicker carriage, and Emily Tuttle--in driveway of El Carmelo Hotel. Condition note: Print dark.
Inside back of C.K. Tuttle's pharmacy. Advertising signs for Hoyt's German Cologne, Dr. Jayne's Expectorant, Dr. John Hood (Monterey), C.W.J. Johnson print of PG cottage sits on cabinet. Drug bottles line wall.
Tuttle's negative sleeve has notation, "Coast View from Pinos / Showing Lovers Point and Hopkins Seaside Laboratory. Looking east towards Lovers Point across rocks and shoreline. Hopkins Marine Station and houses visible.
Two buildings of Leland Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station (then called Hopkins Seaside Lab) at Lovers Point. Water tower, bicycle, whalebone, and horse at sides of building.
Two buildings of Leland Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station (then called Hopkins Seaside Lab) at Lovers Point. Water tower, bicycle, whalebone, and horse at sides of building. Condition note: Spots on right side of negative.
Tuttle's original negative sleeve notation calls this, "The Curve." Mrs. Emily Tuttle, unidentified woman, and man (probably Pacific Improvement agent T.W. Cook) with surrey drawn by two horses crossing bridge on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Same people, horses, and nearby location in images #102 and #406.
The [Mrs. Parmelia] Miller House, 144 Carmel, built in 1886. Four people (three women, one man) sit in cottage garden. Bird cage to left of door; gate has scalloped cutwork top. 20th Annual Victorian Home Tour booklet gives approximate date of similar view of the house as c1890. From 1905-1923, vacation & weekend home of Henry R. Williams, who worked at the US Mint in San Francisco. Condition note: Negative cracked at bottom right, taped at bottom center.
Tuttle/Edgerly families at picnic in woods. From left: Gladys Tuttle, Floyd Tuttle, Winnifred Tuttle on shoulders of unidentified man and Arthur Edgerly, Emily Tuttle holds Husband C.K. Tuttle's hand over shoulder, C.K. Tuttle holds camera & bag, Mrs. Edgerly "directs" scene. Other Tuttle/Edgerly picnic images include: #304, #305, #408, #409, #410, #421, #422, #423, and #479.
Tuttle/Edgerly family at picnic. From left: Mr. Edgerly (with long beard), Emily Tuttle pours tea while looking at camera, holds Winnifred's hand, Winnifred & Gladys stand on stump behind seated Mrs. Edgerly, Arthur Edgerly and Floyd Tuttle at right. In woods, with glimpses of houses through trees. Other Tuttle/Edgerly picnic images include: #304, #305, #408, #409, #410, #421, #422, #423, and #479.
Tuttle/Edgerly families at picnic. From left: seated Gladys & Winnifred, Arthur Edgerly standing, seated unknown man with plate w/ piece missing, standing Emily Tuttle offers seated Floyd a cookie, standing C.K. Tuttle skewers bread on knife, Mrs. Edgerly holds hat. In woods, with glimpses of houses through trees. Other Tuttle/Edgerly picnic images include: #304, #305, #408, #409, #410, #421, #422, #423, and #479.
Three children (two boys, one girl) on limb of oak tree just above roof of shingled house. Same children/house in #081, #079, and #411.
17 young men in white sheet "robes" and pointy ends of pillowcases "caps" mug for camera and hold candles. Two men on ends have padded robes to look pregnant. Posed in yard of house.
Comic pose: Child, Floyd Tuttle, in gingham dress wears adult wire eyeglasses, holds book: Bride of Monte Cristo. Condition note: Large part of bottom missing from glass negative. Same subject as in image #077.
Woman and man seated on rocks at Lovers Point dahlia garden. Man has arm around woman's shoulder.
Woman and man standing in Lovers Point dahlia garden. Man has arm around woman's shoulder.
Young girl (Winnifred Tuttle) in organdy dress. Has ring on chain around neck. Taken inside Tuttle home: patterned rug and wallpaper; small statue on table behind.
Interior of Tuttle Drug Store, with Winnifred Tuttle (1893 - 1973) behind counter. The pharmacy was opened on April 18, 1887 at 551 Lighthouse Avenue, and remained in business at the same location for over 50 years. The Tuttle family lived in the large apartment above the pharmacy. Winnifred was the youngest of the three Tuttle children, and served as Pacific Grove's first telephone operator (around the age of 12). She followed in her father, Charles', footsteps, and obtained CA pharmacist license #7726. She married Pacific Improvement Co. real estate executive Andrew Beaumont in 1925. C.K. Tuttle's legs and tripod are reflected in case glass front & center.
Two young women (possibly Sheppa girls, relatives of the second Mrs. Trimmer) in carriage on unpaved road. Same carriage & women in image #420.
Man, woman, each on horseback, next to stile on unpaved path. Building in background.
Two young women (possibly Sheppa girls, relatives of the second Mrs. Trimmer) in carriage on unpaved road. Same carriage & women in image #418.
Tuttle/Edgerly families at picnic. From left: seated Winnifred, seated unknown man holds paper plate with piece missing, standing Arthur Edgerly, seated Floyd, standing Mrs. Edgerly, C.K. Tuttle sits next to daughter Gladys. In woods, with glimpses of houses through trees. Other Tuttle/Edgerly picnic images include: #304, #305, #408, #409, #410, #421, #422, #423, and #479.
Tuttle/Edgerly families at picnic. From left: standing Gladys; seated unknown man and Winnifred; seated Arthur Edgerly drinks from cup; seated Mr. Edgerly w/ Emily Tuttle behind w/ doily; seated Mrs. Edgerly; seated Floyd. In woods, with glimpses of houses through trees. On picnic blanket, Stedman's Inhaling Tube box top has food in it. Other Tuttle/Edgerly picnic images include: #304, #305, #408, #409, #410, #421, #422, #423, and #479.
Tuttle/Edgerly families at picnic. Forest setting. From left: Winnifred, Gladys, Floyd seated, Arthur Edgerly, Mr. Edgerly, Emily Tuttle, Mrs. Edgerly. Tuttlecup in box on ground, camera box at left. Other Tuttle/Edgerly picnic images include: #304, #305, #408, #409, #410, #421, #422, #423, and #479.
Two-story house with shingled octagonal turret. Address on house is: 506.
Shingle-covered house with address: 220. Firewood stacked on side.
Four women in horse-drawn carriage on expanse in front of Spreckels mansion in Spreckels (near Salinas, CA). Identified by Pat Hathaway.
Floyd Tuttle sits on painted toy hobby horse in garden.
Little girl (Gladys Tuttle) in long dotted dress holds Japanese-style parasol in front of father's drug store on Lighthouse Ave.
Three women, boy, man sit among rocks and plants/roots.
Nude baby (Floyd Tuttle) facing right, nestled on cotton in half of a giant clam shell (Tridacna). Same or similar shell visible on steps of Trimmer Hill in #082 and #572. Images of Floyd in shell: #430, #130a, #130b, #157, and #158.
Baby in long christening dress propped on chair covered with floral-printed canvas. Chair rests on wooden crate marked "C.K. Tuttle / Pacific Grove."
Two women wearing leg-o-mutton sleeves and straw boater hats sit at foot of granite rock.
Portrait of three Tuttle children. From left: Gladys (holds something), baby Winnifred in christening gown, Floyd. They sit on a tufted velvet-backed and carpet patterned settee with Nouveau carving, draped with fabric. Quilted floral backdrop. Same chair and backdrop in #461, #138, #433, and #455.
Toddler in knit dress and cotton cap stands in garden with white picket fence. Holds ball and holds one hand up.
Baby in long dress with inset organdy eyelet embroidery sits on settee with arched top. Floral-pattern wallpaper in background. Same subject and location in images #151 and #435.
Baby in long dress sits in garden amidst wood.
Portrait of Tuttle daughter (around 3 years old) standing against log stump. Holds flowers, wears lacy dress. Similar views: #083 and #437.
Portrait of Gladys Tuttle, about 4 years old, standing in front of painted tree & water backdrop. Same backdrop in #089, #127, #438, and #439.
Portrait of Floyd Tuttle (about 5 years old) wearing soldier costume, holding Knights of Columbus sword. Stands in front of painted backdrop of water and tree. Same backdrop in #089, #127, #438, and #439.