COLLECTION GUIDES

ca. 1850-1911

Guide to the Photograph Collection


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection consists of photographs collected by Dall and Healey family members from 1850-1911, including carte de visite portraits of various members of the Healey, Dall, and Foster families and prominent American figures, and commercially-produced tintypes and cartes de visite collected by William Healey Dall that depict places and colleagues from his journey with the Western Union Telegraph Expedition from California to Alaska and the Yukon, as well as Civil War soldiers and sailors.

Biographical Sketches

Mark Healey (1791-1876)

Mark Healey, born in New Hampshire, was a merchant and banker. His first financial successes were in shipping and importing, and he served as first president of Merchants' Bank, president of the Atlantic Mutual Fund, and as a railroad director. Healey suffered a financial reversal during the Panic of 1837, leading to his family's bankruptcy, from which they recovered. After converting in early adulthood, Healey was a dedicated adherent of Unitarianism. He was a close confidant of his daughter Caroline.

Caroline Wells Healey Dall (1822-1912)

Caroline Wells Healey Dall was born in Boston to Mark Healey (1791-1876) and Caroline Foster (1800-1871). Caroline's father took great interest in her schooling, and she was well-educated in private schools and by tutors. Following a temporary financial reversal that led to the Healey family bankruptcy in 1837, Caroline became a teacher, and she was vice-principal at Miss English's School for Young Ladies in Georgetown, D.C. from 1842 to 1844. She was active in the Unitarian Church, and shared religious interests led to her marriage in 1844 to minister Charles Henry Appleton Dall. They had two children, William Healey Dall (1845-1927) and Sarah Keene Dall (b. 1849), and they lived in Baltimore, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Needham, Massachusetts, and Toronto as Charles served various parishes. The marriage was troubled, and in 1855, Charles became a Unitarian minister-at-large in India while his family remained in Boston.

In addition to her activity in the Unitarian community, Caroline also became interested in transcendentalism and the ideas of Margaret Fuller in the 1840s. She wrote Essays and Sketches (addressing Christian themes) in 1849 and became a women's rights activist and a more prolific writer after Charles's move to India, relying in large part upon her lecturing and writing to support herself and her family. Perhaps the most influential of her many books is The College, the Market, and the Court; or Woman's Relation to Education, Labor, and Law (1867). Caroline lived in Washington, D.C. with her son William after 1879.

Charles Henry Appleton Dall (1816-1886)

Charles Henry Appleton Dall, a Unitarian minister and missionary, was born in Baltimore to James Dall, Sr. (1781-1863) and Henrietta Austin Dall (b. 1788). In 1824, Charles was sent to Boston, where he lived with relatives of his father, for his schooling. Charles graduated from Harvard College in 1837 and Harvard Divinity School in 1840. In 1841, Charles was ordained a Unitarian evangelist, and he served as a minister-at-large in St. Louis from 1840 to 1842, in Baltimore from 1843 to 1845, and in Portsmouth, New Hampshire in 1846. He served as a pastor in Needham, Massachusetts from 1847 to 1849 and Toronto from 1850 to 1854.

Charles met with mixed success as a minister, which led, along with his marital difficulties, to his move to Calcutta, India in 1855. He served there as the first and only American Unitarian foreign missionary, where he was minister to the European and American Unitarian congregation and founded and directed several schools, but he found difficulty winning converts to Unitarianism. Charles lived in India until his death, visiting the United States in 1862, 1869, 1872, 1875, and 1882.

William Healey Dall (1845-1927)

William Healey Dall was born in Boston to Caroline Wells Healey Dall (1822-1912) and Charles Henry Appleton Dall (1816-1886). He married Annette Whitney in 1880 and had two sons and one daughter.

Although he did not attend college, William became a noted natural historian, paleontologist, and malacologist. As a teenager, William found mentors in physician and naturalist Augustus A. Gould, Harvard zoologist Louis Agassiz, and the faculty of the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology. In 1863, he became a clerk in the land office of the Illinois Central Railway, which led to his appointment in 1865 to the Western Union Telegraph Expedition to Alaska and the Yukon. He became a member of the California Academy of Science and gathered specimens on the Pacific Coast when he passed through California in the spring of 1865. During his three years of travel, he collected thousands of biological specimens, studied Indian and Eskimo linguistics, and completed the first detailed examination of the resources of the interior of the territory. With his 1870 book Alaska and Its Resources, William was recognized as the nation's leading expert on Alaska. From 1871 to 1884, he worked for the United States Coast Survey, where he directed a scientific survey of the Aleutian Islands and adjacent coasts. Beginning in 1884, he served as paleontologist for the Geological Survey, and he performed research on mollusks at the U.S. National Museum in Washington, D.C. He continued to work in his office at the Smithsonian Institution after his 1923 retirement until his death.

Sources

Benjamin, Marcus. "William Healey Dall. " Dictionary of American Biography. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1928-1936. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, 2003. Available at: http://www.galenet.com/servlet/BioRC.

"Caroline Wells (Healey) Dall." Contemporary Authors Online, Gale, 2003. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, 2003. Available at: http://www.galenet.com/servlet/BioRC.

"Caroline Wells Healey Dall. " Feminist Writers. Detroit: St. James Press, 1996. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, 2003. Available at: http://www.galenet.com/servlet/BioRC.

"Dall, Caroline Wells Healey." American Reformers. New York: H.W. Wilson, 1985. Reproduced in Wilson Biographies Plus Online. New York: H.W. Wilson, 2003.

Genzmer, George H. "Caroline Wells Healey Dall. " Dictionary of American Biography. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1928-1936. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, Michigan: The Gale Group, 2003. Available at: http://www.galenet.com/servlet/BioRC.

Rose, Anne C. "Dall, Caroline Wells Healey." American National Biography, vol. 6. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. pp. 26-27.

Schneider, Robert A. "Dall, Charles Henry Appleton." American National Biography, vol. 6. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. pp. 27-29.

Thomas, Phillip Drennon. "Dall, William Healey." American National Biography, vol. 6. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. pp. 29-30.

Collection Description

The Dall-Healey family photographs contain 297 nineteenth-century photographs in three albums and one narrow box, consisting primarily of cartes de visite, as well as eleven paper-based prints, six daguerreotypes, and five tintypes in three albums and one narrow box. The photographs date from between 1850 and 1911. Among the photographers represented are F. Gutekunst of Philadelphia, Bradley & Rulofson (Henry William Bradley and William Herman Rulofson) of San Francisco, Calif., Henry Ulke of Washington, D.C., and James Wallace Black, A. Sonrel, and John Adams Whipple of Boston, Mass.

The bulk of the photos date from ca. 1860-1890 and are commercial portrait cartes de visite of various Dall, Foster, and Healey family members, as well as family friends and acquaintances. A few prominent figures, including Lucretia Mott and Thomas K. Beecher, are also represented.

The photographs in the William Healey Dall carte de visite album are commercial photographs, many of which reflect Dall's interest in natural history, including photographs of scenes from his journey to Alaska and the Yukon, photos relating to anthropological and botanical interests, and portraits of fellow naturalists and colleagues from the Western Union Telegraph Expedition. Several of the photos depict Civil War soldiers and sailors.

Acquisition Information

This collection was removed from the Dall-Healey family papers, which were a gift to the Massachusetts Historical Society from Whitney and Barbara K. Dall in June 2002.

Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Photographs in Albums

Arranged according to original order within each volume.

A. Vol. 1: William Healey Dall carte de visite album, ca. 1858-1911

Three tintypes and 189 commercially-produced cartes de visite in one album belonging to William Healey Dall (WHD). A number of the photos reflect his interest in natural history (including anthropological and botanical aspects). All scenes are from his journey with the Western Union Telegraph Expedition to Alaska and the Yukon. The bulk of the photos are portraits, many of which depict WHD's acquaintances and colleagues from the expedition and from time spent in California en route to Alaska and the Yukon. Several of the photographs depict soldiers and sailors. Among the notable figures represented in the album are Sir Charles Lyell, British civil servant in India. It is apparent that photographs of Dall and Healey family members, except for one of WHD, were removed from the album before it came into the possession of the Massachusetts Historical Society. The majority of the photographs could not be removed from the album, so inscriptions and other information from verso are available for only selected items.

Photos. 69.1-10 are loose photographs that were found between the pages of Volume 1. They have been removed to Box 1 (Series II. Loose photographs).

Vol. 1p. 1#69.11
Bulkley, Charles S., ca. 1861-1865. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 1#69.12
Unidentified man, n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 1#69.13
Unidentified man in Western Union uniform, ca. 1861-1865. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 1#69.14
Hyde, William B., n.d.Taken by Wm. Shew (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Commander of Asiatic Party & a 'c.a.' / Red hair & freckles / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 2#69.15
Kennicott, Robert (1835-1866), n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 2#69.16
Stickney, Carrie, n.d.Photographer unknown.

Inscription: "Carrie Stickney - Chicago."

Vol. 1p. 3#69.17
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 3#69.18
Fisher, Henry M., n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Henry P. Fisher M.D. W.U.T. C.O.T. / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 3#69.19
Chappel, Scott R., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 3#69.20
Wright, George M., n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Journalist of the Ex Ex. Therefore to be cultivated not on any other particular account. A sort of happy-go-lazy good empty vessel who's been a great way and seen almost nothing. W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 4#69.21
Wright, George S., n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Geo. S. Wright adjutant Ex / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 4#69.22
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 4#69.23
Lewis, J. F., n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "A draughtsman and rather more of an ass than anything else / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 4#69.24
Wright, George S. and unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 5#69.25
Fields, R. G., n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 5#69.26
Unidentified man, n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 5#69.27
Unidentified man in Western Union uniform, ca. 1861-1865. Photographer unknown.

Inscription: "le boulin"

Vol. 1p. 5#69.28
Belinge, F. A. A., 1865. Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Draughtsman and a good fellow. / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 6#69.29
O'Donoughue, W. O., n.d.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on back of photo: "W K O'Donoughue / "Quartermaster / C.O.T."

Vol. 1p. 6#69.30
Hammond, M., n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Truly yours / M. Hammond. / A queer devil / W. H. Dall"

Vol. 1p. 6#69.31
Dow, George, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Geo. Dow / Colonel Bs boy / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 6#69.32
Pollock, R. Starr, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 7#69.33
Davison, Jonathan, ca. 1861-1865.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "W. H. Dall." [In Western Union uniform, seated]

Vol. 1p. 7#69.34
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 7#69.35
Black, James S., n.d.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on back of photo: "Nobody in general. / ?Hydes party in Asia/ W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 7#69.36
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 8#69.37
Unidentified man in Western Union uniform, ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 8#69.38
Harding, Thomas C., 1866.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Compliments of Thomas C. Harding / [Bark] Golden Gate San Francisco May 12, 1866."

Vol. 1p. 8#69.39
Unidentified man in military uniform, ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 8#69.40
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Bailey (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 9#69.41
Ennis, William H., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 9#69.42
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 9#69.43
Smith, F. M., Jr., ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 9#69.44
Adams, George Russell (1845-1938), 1865.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on front of photo: "Your Chum." Inscription on back of photo: "A carcajou & a brick / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 10#69.45
Lebarge, Michel, n.d.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on back of photo: "Mike Le Barge / Per Denis."

Vol. 1p. 10#69.46
Dennison, Thomas S., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 10#69.47
Pease, Charles, Jr. (1835-1875), n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Charley Pease Cleveland Ohio Youkon Ex Ex. / Wm. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 10#69.48
Chappel, Jay B., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 11#69.49
Bannister, Henry Martyn (1844-1920), 1865.Taken by Henry Ulke (Washington, D.C.).

Inscription on back of photo: "H M Bannister. / Paleontologist."

Vol. 1p. 11#69.50
Cotter, R. D., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 11#69.51
Libby, Paul B., n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription: "Paul B. Libby / W. U. Tel. Co."

Vol. 1p. 11#69.52
Seftest, Ch[arles?], 1865. Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "A good but wld fellow astronomer to Youkon Ex / Wm. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 12#69.53
Unidentified man, n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 12#69.54
Lebarge, Michel, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Voyageur with R. Kennicott / W. H. Dall / Michel La berge."

Vol. 1p. 12#69.55
[Whymper, Frederick (1838-1901)?], n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on verso: "F: Why super artist Ex - a jolly good fellow / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 12#69.56
Bischoff, Ferdinand, 1865.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription: "Old Bischoff / Our bug man the best-beetle collector in the U.S. Once had charge of a museum in Germany. Wm. H. Dall"

Vol. 1p. 13#69.57
Pope, Frank L., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 13#69.58
Rothrock, Joseph Trimble (1839-1922), n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 13#69.59
Pope, Ralph W., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 13#69.60
Scoville, Edward Hunter, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 14#69.61
Butler, James, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 14#69.62
Binnie, Robert, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 14#69.63
Maynard, George W., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 14#69.64
Unidentified boy, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 15#69.65
Elliott, Henry Wood (1846-1930), n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 15#69.66
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 15#69.67
Bush, R. J., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 15#69.68
Unidentified man in Western Union uniform, ca. 1865.Photographer unknown.

[Inscription illegible.]

Vol. 1p. 16#69.69
Kennan, George, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 16#69.70
Unidentified boy, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 16#69.71
Arnold, A. J., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 16#69.72
Robinson, William W., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 17#69.73
Scammon, C. K., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 17#69.74
Unidentified man in Western Union uniform, ca. 1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 17#69.75
Norton, Jared, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Marine Service / W. H. Dall."

Vol. 1p. 17#69.76
Two unidentified women and one unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 18#69.77
Group view of Western Union officers on ship, ca. July-Aug. 1866.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 18#69.78
Group view of Western Union officers on ship, ca. July-Aug. 1866.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 18#69.79
Dall, William Healey, n.d.Photographer unknown; cartoonist unknown.

Photograph of Dall's face with ink cartoon drawn around it. Cartoon depicts Dall crouching to catch a snake in a forest.

Vol. 1p. 18#69.80
Group of unidentified Western Union men, n.d.Taken by Chas. H. Ryder (W. U. Telegraph Company's Photographic Artist).
Vol. 1p. 19#69.81
View of unidentified seascape, n.d.Photograph of drawing. Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.
Vol. 1p. 19#69.82
View of ship at sea, n.d.Photograph of drawing.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.
Vol. 1p. 19#69.83
View of unidentified buildings surrounding a dirt yard with several unidentified people, n.d.Taken by Chas. H. Ryder (W. U. Telegraph Company's Photographic Artist).
Vol. 1p. 19#69.84
View of five Native American men and women and one Caucasian man near small wooden structure with Heuston and Hasting Co. sign, mountains in background, n.d.Taken by Chas. H. Ryder (W. U. Telegraph Company's Photographic Artist).
Vol. 1p. 20#69.85
View of mountains and glacial ice, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 20#69.86
View of Western Union men with whale skeleton, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 20#69.87
View of Native American family, n.d.Taken by Chas. H. Ryder (W. U. Telegraph Company's Photographic Artist).
Vol. 1p. 20#69.88
Three unidentified men, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 21#69.89
View of three unidentified men near lake, ships and mountains in background, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 21#69.90
View of a group of unidentified men in front of wooden structure, mountains in background, ca. 1865-1867.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 21#69.91
View of construction of wooden structure, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 21#69.92
Group of unidentified men posed near stone fence, mountains in background, n.d.Taken by Chas. H. Ryder (W. U. Telegraph Company's Photographic Artist).
Vol. 1p. 22#69.93
Esmark, Lauritz, 1871.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on back of photo: '"Nat. 1806, photog. 1871." Esmark was a19th-century Norwegian lepidopterist.

Vol. 1p. 22#69.94
Portrait of unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 22#69.95
Owne, Richard, n.d.Taken by Eliott and Fry (London, England).
Vol. 1p. 22#69.96
Portrait of unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 23#69.97
Portrait of unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 23#69.98
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 23#69.99
Jewett, E., n.d.Photograph of bas relief sculpture of man.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on back of photo: "E. Jewett, Utica, NY."

Vol. 1p. 23#69.100
Foreman, E., n.d.Taken by John Goldin (Washington, D.C.).
Vol. 1p. 24#69.101
Portrait of unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 24#69.102
Portrait of unidentified man in Western Union uniform, ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 24#69.103
Gill, Theodore, n.d.Taken by K. W. Beniczky (New York, N.Y.).Hand-colored tintype.

Inscription on back of photo: "Very truly yours, Theo [Gill]."

Vol. 1p. 24#69.104
Cope, Edward D., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 25#69.105
McGrath, D., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 25#69.106
Unidentified man in Western Union uniform, ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 25#69.107
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 25#69.108
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 26#69.109
Unidentified man in Western Union uniform, ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 26#69.110
Meek, F. B., n.d.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on back of photo: "F. B. Mack (not A. L.! - m. n. d. 1980)."

Vol. 1p. 26#69.111
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 26#69.112
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.Tintype.
Vol. 1p. 27#69.113
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 27#69.114
Rothrock, F. J.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 27#69.115
Helidon, José O., 1868.Taken by Henry Ulke (Washington, D.C.).Hand-colored carte de visite.

Inscription on back of photo: "To my friend Mr. W. H. Dall / José O. Helidon."

Vol. 1p. 27#69.116
Elliott, Henry Wood (1846-1930), n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 28#69.117
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 28#69.118
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 28#69.119
Tyndale, [ ], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 28#69.120
Lyell, Sir Charles, n.d. Taken by Eliott and Fry (London, England).
Vol. 1p. 29#69.121
Stearns, R. E. C., n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 29#69.122
Stimpson, William, n.d. Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 29#69.123
Unidentified man, n.d. Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 29#69.124
Unidentified man, n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 30#69.125
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif).
Vol. 1p. 30#69.126
Bolar, Marcus, n.d.Taken by Watkins Art Gallery (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 30#69.127
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 30#69.128
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 31#69.129
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Vaughn (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 31#69.130
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored tintype.
Vol. 1p. 31#69.131
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 32#69.132
Unidentified boy, n.d.Photographer unknown.

Same subject as Photo. #69.133.

Vol. 1p. 32#69.133
Unidentified boy, n.d. Taken by Selleck and Fisher (San Francisco, Calif.).

Same subject as Photo. #69.132. Inscription on back of photo: "WHD."

Vol. 1p. 32#69.134
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 32#69.135
Unidentified girl, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 33#69.136
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Bayley and Winter (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 33#69.137
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 33#69.138
Bendel, [ ], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 33#69.139
Smith, [ ], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 34#69.140
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 34#69.141
Portrait of a minister, standing and holding a skull, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 34#69.142
Bryant, Capt. [ ], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 34#69.143
Bryant, [Mrs.], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 35#69.144
Bryant, [Miss}, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 35#69.145
Unidentified Russian Orthodox clergyman, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 35#69.146
View of Sitka, Alaska, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 35#69.147
View of Sitka, Alaska, n.d.Photograph of drawing; caption in Cyrillic script. Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.
Vol. 1p. 36#69.148
Day, Benjamin, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 36#69.149
Day [Mrs. Benjamin], n.d.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on back of photo: "Mrs Benj Day-Ann Arbor."

Vol. 1p. 36#69.150
Herendeen, [Mrs.], n.d.Taken by G. D. Morse.

Possibly the wife of Capt. Edward Perry Herendeen.

Vol. 1p. 36#69.151
Elmer, [Mrs.], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 37#69.152
King, Edith, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 37#69.153
Bullene, E. M., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 37#69.154
Gore, A. J., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 37#69.155
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 38#69.156
Wendte, C. M., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 38#69.157
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Hamilton & Kellogg (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 38#69.158
[Klinkofstroem, Martin], ca. 1861-1865. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 38#69.159
Klinkofstroem, Olga, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 39#69.160
Unidentified woman, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 39#69.161
Unidentified woman, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 39#69.162
Plummer, [Miss], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 39#69.163
Two unidentified women, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 40#69.164
Unidentified woman, n.d.Taken by Hamilton & Kellogg (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 40#69.165
Unidentified woman, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 40#69.166
Unidentified girl, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 40#69.167
Unidentified woman, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 41#69.168
Long, C. L., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 41#69.169
Arbow, [Mrs. W.], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 41#69.170
Low, Charles, 1865.Taken by Addis and Koch (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 41#69.171
Unidentified woman, n.d.Taken by Bradley and Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 42#69.172
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 42#69.173
Unidentified man in military uniform, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 43#69.174
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 43#69.175
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 43#69.176
Unidentified man, 1870.Taken by Henry Ulke & Bro. (Washington, D.C.).
Vol. 1p. 43#69.177
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 44#69.178
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 44#69.179
Baird, Spencer Fullerton, ca. 1865.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 44#69.180
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 44#69.181
March, William, 1865.Taken by G. Hardy.
Vol. 1p. 45#69.182
Unidentified man in military uniform, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 45#69.183
Unidentified girl, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 45#69.184
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 46#69.185
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 46#69.186
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 46#69.187
Dall, Annette W., 1880.Taken by Dana Portraits (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1p. 46#69.188
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Elliott and Fry (London, England).Hand-colored carte de visite.
Vol. 1p. 46#69.189
Cat on table, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 46#69.190
Unidentified boy, standing, ca. 1858-1862.Taken by Silsbee, Case, & Co. (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 1p. 47#69.191
Putnam, F. W., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 48#69.192
Monument Hill near Malachin [Panama], ca. 1867-1868.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 48#69.193
View of unidentified location in Panama, ca. 1867-1868.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 48#69.194
View of Porta Rey, Panama, ca. 1867-1868.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 48#69.195
Unidentified view of Panama (unidentified man in background), ca. 1867-1868.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 49#69.196
Photo of 16 rectangles of paper labeled with different colors, ca. 1860-1874.Taken by John A. Whipple (Boston, Mass.).

Sign in photo: "Sensitive paper exposed to sunlight three minutes."

Vol. 1p. 49#69.197
Nevins, Bridget, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 49#69.198
Healey, Caroline Foster, ca. 1870-1874.Taken by A. Sonrel (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 1p. 49#69.199
Unidentified man, n.d.Taken by Wm. Shew (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 1p. 50#69.200
Unidentified man, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 50#69.201
Carret, Martica, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1p. 50#69.202
Portrait of African-American man showing his scarred back, ca. 1863-1867.Printed and distributed by C. Seaver, Jun. (Boston, Mass.).

Inscription on album page: "Result of a flogging." Inscription on back of photo: "'The Peculiar Institution' Illustrated. / Copy of a photograph taken from life at Baton Rouge, La., recently, the lacerated body-months after the brutal flogging had been inflicted-having healed in the manner represented. The alleged offense was a trifling one. How noble and benignant the countenance of the victim!"

B. Vol. 2: Healey-Dall family carte de visite album, ca. 1857-1881

Thirty-five cartes de visite depict Healey, Dall, and Foster family members, including William Healey Dall, Caroline Foster Healey, Caroline Wells Healey Dall, Sarah K. Dall, and Charles Henry Appleton Dall, as well as other relatives. Other photos depict family friends and acquaintances.

Vol. 2p. 1#69.203
Dall, Joseph E., n.d. Taken by P.L. Perkins (Baltimore, Md.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Joseph E. Dall (bro. Of CHAD)."

Vol. 2p. 2#69.204
Dall, William Healey, 1866.Taken by Henry Ulke (Washington, D.C.).

Inscription on album page: "Wm. H Dall / 19 yrs." Inscription on back of photo: "Rec'd Calcutta Aug 20 1866 direct via China from Willie then (May 10) about leaving for Arctic Seas San Francisco to . . . Petropaolski / God guard thee, boy!"

Vol. 2p. 3#69.205
Dall, William Healey, n.d. Taken by Bendann Bros. (Baltimore, Md.).
Vol. 2p. 4#69.206
Dall, William Healey, n.d. Photographer unknown.

Inscription on back of photo: "Sadie with love from brother Willie."

Vol. 2p. 5#69.207
Dall, William Healey, 1871. Taken by Henry Ulke & Bro. (Washington, D.C.), 1871.
Vol. 2p. 6#69.208
Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, ca. 1870-1874. Taken by A. Sonrel (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 7#69.209
Healey, Caroline Foster, ca. 1870-1874.Taken by A. Sonrel (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 8#69.210
Dall, S. K., ca. 1857-1861. Taken by Southworth & Hawes (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 9#69.211
Wyncoop, Theodore, 1869.Taken by Sarony & Co. (New York, N.Y.).

Inscription on album page: "Rev. Theo Wyncoop-son of Dr. & Mrs. Wyncoop 38 E. 12th St. N.Y.C. 1869." Inscription on back of photo: "My 'cousin Theo' Wynkoop / Son of Dr. and Mrs. Wynkoop (she was Aurelia Mills of N. Haven.) No. 38 East 12th St. New York City. / Mrs. W. gave me this the day I left N York for Eng--15 Apr 1869."

Vol. 2p. 10#69.212
Dall, Nellie, 1869. Taken by Stanton & Butler (Baltimore, Md.).

Inscription on album page: "Nellie Dall of Balto aged 5 in 1869."

Vol. 2p. 11#69.213
Unidentified child, ca. 1871-1876. Taken by Bushby & Hart (Lynn, Mass.).

Inscription on album page: "One of Mark Healey's children?"

Vol. 2p. 12#69.214
Dall, William Healey, ca. 1861-1865. Taken by Bradley & Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 2p. 13#69.215
Dall, William Healey, ca. 1861-1865.Taken by Bradley & Rulofson (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 2p. 14#69.216
Dall, Charles Henry Appleton, Jan. 1881. Taken by Bourne & Shepherd Photographers (India).

Inscription on back of photo: "To my dear friend and faithful co-worker Thomas Brown / with love from his old, old friend CHA Dall / Taken in Jan 1881 (age 65) / Sent from Boston Sept 1881."

Vol. 2p. 15#69.217
Healey, Eunice Wells, n.d. Taken by D. O. Furnald (Manchester, N.H.).Hand-colored carte de visite of a drawing or painting.

Inscription on back of photo: "Eunice Wells married Healey."

Vol. 2p. 16#69.218
Healey, Caroline Foster, ca. 1870-1874. Taken by A. Sonrel (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 17#69.219
Unidentified man, 1866. Taken by Silas Selleck (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 2p. 18#69.220
Unidentified man and two unidentified women, n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 2p. 19#69.221
Unidentified woman, ca. 1860-1874.Taken by James Wallace Black (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 20#69.222
Unidentified woman, ca. 1863-1864. Taken by Case & Getchell (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 21#69.223
Dall, William, ca. 1860-1874. Taken by James Wallace Black (Boston, Mass.).

Inscription on album page: "Uncle Wm Dall (CHAD'S Boston benefactor)."

Vol. 2p. 22#69.224
Unidentified woman, n.d. Taken by E. J. Palmer (Toronto, Canada).
Vol. 2p. 23#69.225
Unidentified man, ca. 1866-1871. Taken by Edward L. Allen (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 24#69.226
Unidentified man, n.d. Taken by Hills & Saunders (Oxford and Eton, England).
Vol. 2p. 25#69.227
Quincy, Josiah, 1860. Taken by Allen & Rowell (Boston, Mass.).

Inscription on back of photo: "Josiah Quincy Boston. 1860. Aged 88 / From Miss Susan Quincy Aug. 1875."

Vol. 2p. 26#69.228
Michel, Louise, n.d. Taken by J. M. Lopez (Paris, France).
Vol. 2p. 27#69.229
Unidentified man, standing, leaning on chair, n.d. Taken by Wm. Shew (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 2p. 28#69.230
Portrait of unidentified man, n.d. Taken by C. L. Cramer (San Francisco, Calif.).
Vol. 2p. 29#69.231
Bell, Saul, n.d. Taken by A. R. Eaton (Manchester, N.H.).
Vol. 2p. 30#69.232
Whitredge, Thomas, ca. 1860-1861. Taken by Black & Batchelder (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 31#69.233
Unidentified woman, seated, leaning on covered table with book, holding fan, ca. 1860-1861.Taken by Black & Batchelder (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 2p. 32#69.234
Foster, Samuel H., 1865. Taken by Heald & Bro. (West Lynn, Mass.).Photo of portrait painting.

On verso: "Sam'l H. Foster / Born at Andover Mass / Died in N. York."

Vol. 2p. 33#69.235
Whitredge, Alice Dickinson, 11 July 1863. Photographer unknown.

On verso: "taken 2 years ago / Alice Dickinson Whitridge of Horatio--11 1/2 July 63."

Vol. 2p. 34#69.236
Whitridge, Olivia Cushing, Feb. 1863.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored carte de visite.

On verso: "July 63 / Olivia Cushing Whitridge 19 yrs--of Horatio Whtge."

Vol. 2p. 35#69.237
Whitredge, Horatio, ca. 1863. Photographer unknown.

On verso: "Horatio Lorenzo Whitridge / 46 next July 1863."

Vol. 2p. 36#69.238
Whitredge, Thomas, n.d.Photographer unknown.

C. Vol. 3: Healey-Foster family carte de visite album, ca. 1847-ca. 1900

Forty-five cartes de visite depict Foster family members, friends and acquaintances of the family, and prominent figures. Among the notable people featured in the album are Thomas K. Beecher and Lucretia and James Mott. Of particular interest are photos depicting Fannie Langford of South Carolina instructing an African American man, Uncle Smart Washington, as well as a photo of Abraham Lincoln's tomb.

Vol. 3p. 1#69.239
Ladd, Charles J., n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 3p. 2#69.240
Beecher, Thomas K., n.d. Taken by Whitley (Elmira, N.Y.).
Vol. 3p. 3#69.241
Stevens, Mary, ca. 1871-1876. Taken by Bushby & Hart (Lynn, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 4#69.242
Channing, Eva, ca. 1860-1874.Taken by J. W. Black (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 5#69.243
Channing, Mary, ca. 1860-1874.Taken by Frank Rowell (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 6#69.244
Grace, Channing, ca. 1859-1869. Taken by J. C. Spooner (Springfield, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 7#69.245
Hunt, [Mrs. Seth], n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 3p. 8#69.246
Hunt, Seth, ca. 1859-1869. Taken by J. C. Spooner (Springfield, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 9#69.247
"Grandmamma Foster," 1865. Taken by Heald & Bro. (West Lynn, Mass.).Photo of portrait painting.
Vol. 3p. 10#69.248
Foster, Samuel H., 1865.Taken by Heald & Bro. (West Lynn, Mass.).Photo of portrait painting.
Vol. 3p. 11#69.249
Healey, [Capt.], ca. 1865. Photographer unknown.

On verso: "Capt. Healey, son of Squire Healey, Brigg., lately deceased. / Received from W Peacock, April 1865."

Vol. 3p. 12#69.250
Healy, Squire, 1865. Taken by James Walker (Doncaster, England).

On verso: "Squire Healey of Lincolnshire, Engd. near Brigg / Lent me by Edwd Peacock, Esq., FSA / April 1865, In his 81st year."

Vol. 3p. 13#69.251
Mott, Lucretia, n.d. Taken by F. Gutekunst (Philadelphia, Penn.).
Vol. 3p. 14#69.252
Mott, James, n.d.Taken by F. Gutekunst (Philadelphia, Penn.).
Vol. 3p. 15#69.253
Langford, Fannie & Lizzie, 1866. Taken by Hubbard & Mix (Beaufort, S.C.).
Vol. 3p. 16#69.254
"My favorite pupil. Uncle Smart Washington, 41 yrs," 1866.Taken by Hubbard & Mix (Beaufort, S.C.).

Young white woman instructing African American man with a book. On verso: "Fannie Langford, 'Hooper' School, 'Old Fort' Plan, June 1866."

Vol. 3p. 17#69.255
[Denman, Sarah Atwater], n.d. Taken by G. & A. Moses (Quincy, Ill.).
Vol. 3p. 18#69.256
Earle, [Mrs. Edward], ca. 1866-1867. Taken by I. A. Collins with G. Adams (Worcester, Mass.).

On verso: "Mrs. Edward Earle Gave me this at Worcester, Oct 21 68."

Vol. 3p. 19#69.257
Chamberlain, Agnes, n.d. Taken by W. Notman (Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Halifax, Canada).
Vol. 3p. 20#69.258
Three men (two in uniform with guns) at President Lincoln's Tomb, Oak Ridge Cemetery, n.d. Taken by F. W. Ingmire (Springfield, Ill.).
Vol. 3p. 21#69.259
Photo of portrait bust of Robert Gould Shaw, sculpted 1864 and photographed ca. 1864-1865. Taken by Augustus Marshall (Boston, Mass.); originally sculpted by Edmonia Lewis.
Vol. 3p. 22#69.260
Unidentified woman and boy, possibly members of the Emerson family, ca. 1865-1874. Taken by John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).

Inscription on album page: "Emerson."

Vol. 3p. 23#69.261
Clarke, Alvan, n.d. Taken by J. J. Hawes (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 24#69.262
Wadsworth, Grace, 1865. Taken by Black & Case, (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 25#69.263
Walker, [Jos. P.], ca. 1867-1882. Taken by Augustus Marshall (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 26#69.264
Hale, [Mrs. Emory], n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 3p. 27#69.265
Unidentified man, n.d. Taken by R. A. Lewis (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 3p. 28#69.266
Stevens, Ellen, ca. 1867-1881. Taken by Carl Meinerth (Newburyport, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 29#69.267
Henry, Joseph, 1868. Taken by Henry Ulke (Washington, D.C.).
Vol. 3p. 30#69.268
Hedge, Caroline, ca. 1867-1882. Taken by Augustus Marshall (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 31#69.269
Earle, Edward, ca. 1864-1866. [Portrait.] Taken by S. L. Walker (Worcester, Mass.).

On verso: "Edward Earle Esq. (Given me by Mrs. Earle in Worcester Oct 21/68)."

Vol. 3p. 32#69.270
Bond, [ ] in military uniform, ca. 1861-1864. Taken by John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 33#69.271
Brockway, Z., ca. 1863-1869. Taken by A. Sonrel (Boston, Mass.).

On verso: "Z. Brockway, Elmira Reformatory."

Vol. 3p. 34#69.272
Hampton, Earle N., n.d.Taken by A. B. Eaton (Manchester, N.H.).

On verso: "Dr. Earle N. Hampton, Insane Asylum."

Vol. 3p. 35#69.273
Unidentified man, ca. 1860-1866. Taken by Charles R. B. Claflin (Worcester, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 36#69.274
Unidentified woman, n.d. Taken by E. J. Palmer (Toronto, Ont.).
Vol. 3p. 37#69.275
Bell, Mary, n.d. Taken by A. B. Eaton (Manchester, N.H.).

Inscription on album page: "Mary Bell sister of Mr. J."

Vol. 3p. 38#69.276
Unidentified woman, ca. 1860-1874. Taken by James Wallace Black (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 39#69.277
Langford, [Fannie or Lizzie], ca. 1865-1874. Taken by John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 40#69.278
Bell, S. D., n.d. Taken by A. B. Eaton (Manchester, N.H.).

Inscription on album page: "S. D. Bell, Chief Justice of N.H."

Vol. 3p. 41#69.279
Unidentified boy, a member of the Champiny family, n.d. Photographer unknown.
Vol. 3p. 42#69.280
Unidentified girl, a member of the Champiny family, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 3p. 43#69.281
Earle, [Mrs.], ca. 1860-1866.Taken by Charles R. B. Claflin (Worcester, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 44#69.282
Earle, [Mr.], ca. 1866-1867. Taken by I. A. Collins with G. Adams (Worcester, Mass.).
Vol. 3p. 45#69.283
Ames, Charles G., n.d. Taken by Wm. Shew (San Francisco, Calif.).

II. Loose Photographs

This series includes six daguerreotypes of Healey and Foster family members, including Caroline Foster Healey, Caroline Wells Healey Dall, and Mark Healey. It also includes eight paper photographs of Healey and Dall family members and forebears, including Charles Henry Appleton Dall and Caroline Wells Healey Dall, and two tintypes of two unidentified women., as well as ten loose photographs that were removed from Vol. 3, William Healey Dall carte de visite album.

A. Daguerreotypes

Arranged alphabetically.

Please note that daguerreotypes are stored in a separate collection, Daguerreotype collection (Photo. Coll. 1). When requesting daguerreotypes, the reader should use call numbers for Photo. Coll. 1, listed below in bold, NOT those for Photo. Coll. 69.

#1.464#69.284
Caroline Wells Healey Dall, ca. 1854-1860.Photographer unknown. Hand-colored oval daguerreotype in velvet case.
#1.466#69.285
Caroline Wells Healey Dall, ca. 1854-1860.Photographer unknown.Sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather case.
#1.469#69.286
Samuel H. Foster, ca. 1840-1850. Photographer unknown; original artist of painting unknown.Oversize quarter-plate daguerreotype in leather case of a portrait painting of Samuel H. Foster.
#1.465#69.287
Caroline Foster Healey, ca. 1854-1860.Photographer unknown.Oval daguerreotype in velvet case.
#1.467#69.288
Caroline Foster Healey, ca. 1854-1860.Photographer unknown.Oval daguerreotype in leather case.
#1.468#69.289
Mark Healey, ca. 1854-1860.Photographer unknown.Sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather case.

B. Paper-based photographs

Box 1#69.1
Grapes or berries on white background, ca. 1860-1872. Taken by J. E. Tilton and Co. (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#69.2-3
Flowers, ca. 1860-1872.Taken by J. E. Tilton and Co. (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#69.4-9
Cartes de visite of Eastern Europeans, n.d. Photographer unknown.
Box 1#69.10
"A. Alfaro, Washington, DC, June 28th, 1911," 1911. Photographer unknown (Washington, D.C.).Photo-postcard.
Box 1#69.290
Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, n.d. Photograph taken by F. Gutekunst (Philadelphia, Penn.); drawing by Alvan Clarke.Carte de visite.

Inscription: "My own picture drawn by Alvan Clarke at the time of my marriage--very good. / Caroline Healey Dall."

Box 1#69.291
Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, n.d. Photograph possibly taken by F. Gutekunst (Philadelphia, Penn.); drawing by Alvan Clarke.Carte de visite.
Box 1#69.292
Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, n.d. Taken by F. Gutekunst (Philadelphia, Penn.).
Box 1#69.293
Dall, Charles Henry Appleton, n.d. Photographer unknown.
Box 1#69.294
Symonds, [Col.], n.d. Photographer unknown.Photo of portrait painting.

On verso: "Col. Symonds of Bennington / Geo Washington's chief reliance in Berkshire Co."

Box 1#69.295
Austin, Henrietta, n.d. Photographer unknown.Photo of portrait painting.

On verso: "Henrietta Austin, wife of James Dall of Baltimore."

Box 1#69.296
Two unidentified women, n.d. Photographer unknown.Tintype.
Box 1#69.297
Three unidentified women, n.d.Photographer unknown.Tintype.

Preferred Citation

Dall-Healey family photographs, Photo. Coll. 69, Massachusetts Historical Society Photo Archives.

Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in ABIGAIL, the online catalog of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Researchers desiring materials about related persons, organizations, or subjects should search the catalog using these headings.

Persons:

Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, 1822-1912 --Photographs.
Dall, Charles Henry Appleton, 1816-1886 --Photographs.
Dall, William Healey, 1845-1927 --Photographs.
Healey, Caroline Foster, 1800-1860 --Photographs.
Dall family--Photographs.
Foster family--Photographs.
Healey family--Photographs.
Black, James Wallace, 1825-1896, photographer.
Gutekunst, Frederick, 1831-1917, photographer.
Sonrel, Antoine, d. 1879, photographer.
Ulke, Henry, photographer.
Whipple, John Adams, 1822-1891, photographer.

Organizations:

Western Union Telegraph Company.
Bradley & Rulofson, photographers.

Subjects:

Sailors--Photographs.
Scientific expeditions.
Soldiers--Photographs.
Voyages and travels--Photographs.
Alaska--19th century--Photographs.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs.
Yukon Territory--19th century--Photographs.
Cartes de visite.
Tintypes.
Card photograph albums.
Portrait photographs.