Landscapes

Edgerly family sits at foot of granite rock at shoreline. From left: Arthur, Mr. Edgerly, Mrs. Edgerly (with parasol). Condition note: Upper left top corner missing from negative. Images #015 and #477 very similar. Same people in picnic shots: #408, #409, #410, #421, #422, and #479.
Greenwood Park (between Central Ave. & Oceanview, at 13th Street) covered with pine trees, with view of Hopkins Marine Station at Lovers Point in background through trees. Wooden bridge near Oceanview Blvd. visible.
Three women on rocks at Pacific Grove shoreline near Lovers Point. Condition note: Flare on right side of print.
Rocky outcrop along Pacific Grove shoreline, well-defined clouds, wooden plank in foreground. Condition note: Crack along bottom.
Man leaning on rock, spectacled older woman on opposite side of rock, Emily Tuttle under Cypress tree at the shoreline along 17-Mile Drive.
From left: Gladys, Winnifred, and Emily Tuttle on rocky shoreline. C.K. Tuttle's camera box at Winnifred's feet.
Lovers Point, from across bathing cove. Shows windmill, Japanese Tea House, pier, W. "Bathhouse" Smith's barn house, Hopkins Marine Station. Condition note: Flat image.
Pacific Grove shoreline, from water. Condition note: Image slightly out of focus.
Stereo view (two vertical 5" x 4" images) of wave rolling in towards shore.
Stereo views of Cypress trees along 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Individual shots are vertical: 5" x 4."
Kissing Rocks, also known as Arch Rock, along Oceanview Blvd. at Esplanade. Tuttle family sits on right half: Floyd, Emily, Gladys, Winnifred, unidentified woman. Views of Kissing Rocks in images #80, #118, #236, #243, #516, and #589.
Cypress Tree along 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Similar to image #096.
On his original negative sleeve, Tuttle called this, "Living & the Dead" Cypress trees on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Condition note: Cracked negative.
Caves at Loop: Pebble Beach Cypress Point, showing tidepool with seaweed. "Tuttle" in lower left-hand corner. Condition note: Negative stained.
Sandy beach in Pebble Beach with Bird Rock off shore. "Tuttle" at lower right-hand corner.
Close up of fence surrounding reservoir, located where Cal Am now has corporation yard, near David Avenue. The reservoir was built in 1888, by the Pacific Improvement Company. It had a 140,000 gallon capacity (McLane, 1952). Chinese workers did much of the construction work. Full of water. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.
Shot across water in reservoir, located where Cal Am now has corporation yard, near David Avenue. The reservoir was built in 1888, by the Pacific Improvement Company. It had a 140,000 gallon capacity (McLane, 1952). Chinese workers did much of the construction work. View shows flowing pipe, reservoir full of water. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.
Cypress Tree along 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. "Tuttle" in bottom right-hand corner. Condition note: Stained across bottom third. Similar to image #084.
Cypress Point, Pebble Beach. "Tuttle" in lower left-hand corner.
Tuttle's negative sleeve calls this "Saw Mill Gulch Bridge." Clark's Monterey County Place Names locates Sawmill Gutch in the Del Monte Forest, heading near Huckleberry Hill, and near the area once covered by Lake Majella, near Spanish Bay.
Lone Cypress & rocks along 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Point Lobos in background; surf in foreground. Images #109 and #148 similar.
Pebble Beach off of 17-Mile Drive, near Point Joe. Cows in field near shoreline.
Shoreline road in Pacific Grove, with land point in background. Glimpse of railroad trach through fence. Advertising signs on pine trees. See image #115 for similar view.
Woman sitting on fallen Pine limb. Negative image.
Kissing Rocks (officially named by City Council in April 1970), also known as Arch Rock, along Oceanview Blvd., at Esplanade, with crashing surf. Chunk of left-hand-side rock has fallen off since photo was taken. Views of Kissing Rocks in images #80, #118, #236, #243, #516, and #589.
Close-up of flood gate at reservoir, located where Cal Am now has corporation yard, near David Avenue. Men stand around gate. The reservoir was built in 1888, by the Pacific Improvement Company. It had a 140,000 gallon capacity (McLane, 1952). Chinese workers did much of the construction work. Low water. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.
Close up of Ingham family marker, which reads: "Mary Justina wife of Geo. F. Ingham / Jan. 3 1891 / 38 yrs 11 mo 27 days / Native of Stoughton, Mass." Not at El Carmelo Cemetery.
Stereo view of reservoir, located where Cal Am now has corporation yard, near David Avenue. The reservoir was built in 1888, by the Pacific Improvement Company. It had a 140,000 gallon capacity (McLane, 1952). Chinese workers did much of the construction work. View shows men working around edge. Almost dry. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.
Point Lobos. "Tuttle" in lower left-hand corner.
On his original negative sleeve, Tuttle called this, "Group of Comics" Cypress trees on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach.
Lone Cypress & rocks along 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Point Lobos in background; surf in foreground. Clouds in sky. Images #109 and #148 similar.
Shoreline near present site of Hopkins Marine Station. with rocky outcrop (China Point off West Beach). "Tuttle" at lower right-hand corner.
Unpaved road (17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach). "Tuttle" in lower left-hand corner.
Rocks at the Great Tidepool, along Pacific Grove near Point Pinos Lighthouse.
Surf at the Great Tidepool near Point Pinos Lighthouse in moonlight, with calm sea.
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.
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.