Landscapes

Point Pinos: Sandy beach with pebbles, waves, and rocky outcrop. Tuttle's note on negative sleeve calls it, "lighthouse spray."
Picket fence, grave(?) marker: Gen. P.E. Connor(?), earth mounded, vine-covered object.
Low-slung Oak tree in Greenwood Park.
Oak tree with hill in background.
Lovers Point, wooden pier, windmill, lean-to, boats. Windmill has "Stover" sign attached.
Coast from Point Pinos. Hopkins Marine Station in background, Lovers Point from north side.
End of Lovers Point, curve of bathing beach, windmill, lean-to, boats, and wooden pier.
Lovers Point, looking from end towards windmill, Lookout, and up to Forest Avenue. Houses along shoreline.
Lovers Point, slightly towards land end, showing windmill, Hopkins Marine Station (2 buildings, with water tank), Culp Bros. bicycle rental sign, wooden pier.
Southern Pacific rail line curves towards Lovers Point. Hopkins Marine Station and windmill visible in background. Seven Gables visible through trees.
Lovers Point (near view): windmill, Hopkins Marine Station, wooden pier, F. W. Rawley Wells Fargo sign, beachgoers in full dress.
Lovers Point, looking from end, towards windmill, Lookout, and up to Forest Avenue. Houses along shoreline.
Two buildings of Hopkins Marine Station at Lovers Point, water tanks.
Lovers Point, windmill, lean-to, Hopkins Marine Station, Culp Bros bike rental sign, Loma Prieta Lumber Company, bathing beach.
Three women on rocks at tidepools.
Five men in bathing suits on rock in water. Identified as Tevis Beach on envelope, probably referring to the stretch near the Tevis-Murray estate, near the current site occupied by the Monterey Plaza Hotel.
Tree with v-shaped trunk, fence in background.
Group of Monterey Pine trees with field in foreground.
Oak stump with some foliage, and a white wooden cross at right. This was called the Vizcaino-Serra Oak, and marked the site where Sebastian Vizcaino said Mass in 1602 and Father Serra said Mass in 1770. The tree was also dubbed "The Charter Tree," and died around 1904. Part of the tree was later made into a chair and another part was placed behind the Royal Presidio Chapel in Monterey. The site is now beneath Lighthouse Avenue, but a nearby Celtic cross-on Pacific Street near the gate to the Presidio-has replaced the wooden cross. Condition note: Flat image, double exposure. Identified by Pat Hathaway. Also see entry in Clark's Monterey County Place Names for more info.
Cypress trees.
Cypress trees near Point Pinos.
Cypress trees with fallen trunks on ground.
Lone Cypress tree at Midway Point, on 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach.
Loop & coast at 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach, horse-drawn surrey in background. C.K. Tuttle's original negative sleeve includes the name, "Judson."
Loop & coast at 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Cypress tree, rocks, and shoreline. On his original negative sleeve, Tuttle noted using a Korona Special camera.
Cypress Tree on 17-Mile Drive, Pebble Beach, with Point Lobos in distance.
Seated man (Mr. J. Judson) on rock, standing woman (Mrs. Judson), with Pacific Grove shoreline in background.
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.
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.
Three women, boy, man sit among rocks and plants/roots.
Two women wearing leg-o-mutton sleeves and straw boater hats sit at foot of granite rock.
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.
View of a cemetery (not El Carmelo), centered on Ingham family plot. Large marker reads: "Mary Justina wife of Geo. F. Ingham / Jan. 3 1891 / 38 yrs 11 mo 27 days / Native of Stoughton, Mass." Fresh flowers on small marker to left.
Large mound of flowers, predominantly calla lilies, arranged on fresh grave. Small wooden marker nearby has "B2" marked. Tree stumps in background.
Many flower tributes around fresh grave in El Carmelo Cemetery. Horse and surrey carriage in background. Wheel-shaped floral, and one spells out "ALICE." Same grave in images #490 and 497.
Large mound of flowers, predominantly calla lilies, arranged on fresh grave. Between two small wooden markers nearby with "B2" and "SWB2" marked. Tree stumps in background.
View of a cemetery (not El Carmelo), centered on Ingham family plot. Large marker reads: "Mary Justina wife of Geo. F. Ingham / Jan. 3 1891 / 38 yrs 11 mo 27 days / Native of Stoughton, Mass." Fresh flowers on small marker to left.
Flower arch "headstone" at top of flower-strewn fresh grave. Images #495 and #496 are views of same grave.
Close-up view of flower arch "headstone" at top of flower-strewn fresh grave. Images #495 and #496 are views of same grave.
Many flower tributes around fresh grave in El Carmelo Cemetery. Horse and surrey carriage in background. Wheel-shaped floral and one spells out "ALICE." Same grave in images #490 and 497.
Stereo view of reservoir flood gate, 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.
Monterey Pine trees with hanging moss/lichen.
Monterey Pine trees with hanging moss/lichen.
Kissing Rock, also known as Arch Rock, along Oceanview Blvd. at Esplanade. Tuttle daughter, Winnifred, sits at left. Views of Kissing Rocks in images #80, #118, #236, #243, #516, and #589.
Lone Cypress tree, off 17-Mile Drive at Midway Point, in Pebble Beach. "Tuttle" in lower right-hand corner.
Lone Cypress tree, off 17-Mile Drive at Midway Point, in Pebble Beach. "Tuttle" in lower right-hand corner.