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Wooden buildings at Chinese village, which was located near current site of Hopkins Marine Station (also known as Point Cabrillo and China Point) until 1906.
Wooden buildings at Chinese village, which was located near current site of Hopkins Marine Station (also known as Point Cabrillo and China Point) until 1906. Fishing boats on shore.
Seven people in front of El Carmelo Hotel windows. From left: Floyd Tuttle, Emily Tuttle, Winnifred Tuttle, Mary Peirce Stuntz (later the second Mrs. Trimmer, and at the time the Trimmer housekeeper), Gladys Tuttle, Rhoda Trimmer, and Dr. O.S. Trimmer. Photo taken the same day as #014.
Garden in front of the El Carmelo Hotel on Lighthouse Ave. (current site of the Holman's building). From left: teen Gladys Tuttle, Emily Tuttle, Winnifred Tuttle. Also shows Jane (C.K.'s mother) Tuttle's home in right background. Condition note: Crack on left side of negative.
Five people at side of El Carmelo Hotel. From left: Mrs. Edgerly, unidentified young woman, Arthur Edgerly, Mr. Edgerly (holding hand of toddler).
Five children with drums, flower, doll, in front of garden at El Carmelo Hotel.
Six people in garden in front of the El Carmelo Hotel on Lighthouse Ave. (current site of the Holman's building): From left: Dr. O.S. Trimmer, Gladys Tuttle, Mrs. Rhoda Trimmer, Winnifred Tuttle, Floyd Tuttle. Photo taken the same day as #005. Condition note: Lower left corner missing from negative.
Front of El Carmelo Hotel from across Lighthouse Ave., looking northeast. San Francisco Chronicle ad on pine tree. Marked "Tuttle" in lower left corner. Condition note: Negative stained. Similar views in images #101, #390, and #387.
Saint Mary's By-the-Sea Episcopal Church. Central Avenue, looking east across corner of Greenwood Park. St. Mary's was the first formal church built in Pacific Grove, in 1887--a year before the Methodist church on Lighthouse Avenue. Sacramento architect William Hamilton designed the church building. The parish hall (now called Edwards Hall) was designed by architect Ernest Coxhead, and built in 1893. Both buildings are constructed with redwood, and there are two Louis Comfort Tiffany windows donated by the McCormick (agricultural machinery manufacturers) family. Board and batten cottage at corner of 13th Street also visible at left.
Young man (Floyd Tuttle) in 18th-century lacy breech costume in flower bouquet-filled corner of Tuttle living room. Same location in images #007 and #549.
Dead man with gray hair, mustache, beard, in coffin in room with geometric pattern carpet. Lots of flowers.
Five young women at front steps/porch of house at 148 16th Street (Treadwell 1897). From left: holds guitar & wears graduation cap, paints watercolor, holds tennis racquet and net over shoulder, archer in short sport skirt holds bow, bicyclist in bloomers.
Two-story house with wrap-around verandah on ground floor, porch around second floor. Board and batten construction; hammock hung on verandah. Five people stand around front. Possibly on Central Avenue near 2nd Street. Same house in images #021 and #026.
Later view of Gosbey Boarding House at Lighthouse and 18th Street (now called Gosby House Bed & Breakfast Inn). Round turret tower added to front. Electric streetlight on power pole out front, painted street names. Streetcar tracks in street. Hart Mansion next door also in view. Sitting at curbside across 18th Street is horse-drawn wagon from J.S. Gosbey's People's Transfer / Baggage, Freight / Furniture & Piano / Moving. Same building in images: #023, #024, and #575.
Two-story house with wrap-around verandah on ground floor, porch around second floor. Board and batten construction; hammock hung on verandah. Five people stand around front. Possibly on Central Avenue near 2nd Street. Same house in images #021 and #026.
Hart Mansion at Lighthouse Ave. & 19th Street. Dark shingles. (Now painted white and called White House Restaurant.) Bearded man (Dr. Hart?) and two children stand around porch steps. Houses up 19th Street visible.
Hart Mansion at Lighthouse Ave. & 19th Street. Dark shingles. (Now painted white and called White House Restaurant.) Bearded man (Dr. Hart?) and six other adults pose around front of house. Black dog sits on steps. Condition note: Right edge of negative emulsion ragged.
Unpaved area with Lovers Point in background, house at right. Early index identifies as "Foot of Forest Avenue with Lovers Point in background."
Toddler on steps of house. Same baby and stairs in #045, #254, and #354.