COLLECTION GUIDES

ca. 1840-1966

Guide to the Photograph Collection


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection contains photographs of the Stout family and the related Schroeder and Langdon families. Most of the photographs, loose and in volumes, are portraits of various family members and friends. There are also many photographs of Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout's gardens at "Charlecote," the Stout family home in Short Hills, N.J., as well as wedding and travel photographs.

Biographical Sketch

Langdon family

Abigail (Nabby) Robbins (1783-1842) was the daughter of Stephen Robbins (1758-1847) and Abigail Winship (1759-1850) of Lexington, Mass. In 1809, she married Col. James Hooker Langdon (1783-1831) of Montpelier, Vt., and their son was James Robbins Langdon (1813-1895). He married Lucy Pomeroy Bowen (1814-1921) in 1836, and they had two daughters: Elizabeth W. Langdon (b. 1846) and Lucy Langdon (1841-1921). Lucy married Charles Francis Schroeder (1814-1886) in 1868.

Schroeder family

Charles Francis Schroeder (1814-1886) was the son of Valentine Henry Schroeder (1787-1870) and Henrietta Maria Ghequiere (1790-1871). When he was young, he dropped his first name and was referred to as "Francis" or "Frank." Francis attended the famous Round Hill School in Northampton, Mass., under the tutelage of its principal, Dr. Joseph Cogswell, and entered Harvard at age 15. He was employed in a variety of positions during his life, including civil engineer, Charges d'Affaires under President Zachary Taylor, diplomat to Sweden, and superintendent of the Astor Library in New York. In 1847, he married Caroline Seaton (1824-1855), and the couple had two sons: Francis Ghequiere Seaton (b. 1847) and Seaton Schroeder (1849-1922). In 1855, Caroline Seaton Schroeder died, and Francis married his second wife, Lucy Langdon (1841-1921) in 1868. The couple had four children: James Langdon Schroeder (1869-1949); Lucy Langdon Schroeder (1870-1948); Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942); and Henry Schroeder (1879-1952).

Stout family

In 1831, Sarah Ann Secor (1814-1875) married John G. Merrell (1806-1872). The couple had four children: Honora Frances Merrell (1836-1920); Isabel Merrell; Emily Virginia Merrell, who married Charles Anson Nash; and William S. Merrell. Honora married Charles Stout (1815-1889), and the couple had two children: Charles Herman Stout (1864-1928) and Frances Augusta Stout, who married William Howe Morrison.

Charles Hermann Stout (1864-1928) was president of the New York Trust Company. In 1899, he married Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942). The couple made their home, called "Charlecote," in Short Hills, N.J., a planned community created by developer Stewart Hartshorn. Henrietta was the author of The Amateur's Book of the Dahlia (1922) and kept a prize-winning garden at "Charlecote."

Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964) was the only child of Charles Herman Stout and Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout. Merrell received his A.B. from Harvard in 1925 and an M.D. from Harvard University in 1931. He lived and practiced medicine in Baltimore, Md., where he became director of the Hospital for Women of Maryland in 1937, a position he kept until 1954. Merrell Langdon Stout married Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), and the couple had two children: Charles Langdon Stout (b. 1931) and Merrell Langdon Stout (b. 1936).

For more biographical information on the Stout and Schroeder families, see Hermann Heinrich Schröder, 1764-1893: The Bicentennial Celebration of His Arrival in America, October 12, 1783 in the Stout family papers (Ms. N–66).

Collection Description

This collection contains 811 photographs, including duplicates, in 8 boxes, 3 oversize boxes, and 2 volumes. These photographs were collected by the Charles Herman Stout family of Baltimore, Md.; they span the years ca. 1840-1966.

Most of the photographs in this collection are loose portraits of various members of the Stout family, as well as the related Bowen, Langdon, Merrell, and Schroeder families. Subjects include Charles Herman Stout, Helen Scarlett Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout, and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), among many other family members, friends, and American public figures. The collection also contains loose photographs of views of various places of importance to the Stout family, especially of "Charlecote," the Charles Herman Stout family home in Short Hills, N.J., and Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout's gardens on the premises. Some of the photographs of the gardens were taken by two celebrated American photographers, Jessie Tarbox Beals and Herbert Wendell Gleason, as well as Cora L. Hartshorn, the daughter of Stewart Hartshorn, developer of the Short Hills community. These views also contains photographs of ancestral family homes in Baltimore, Md. and Lexington, Mass., among other place. The loose photographs in this collection also contain photos of deep-sea fishing tournaments taken by LeRoy H. Dorsey of Chicago, Ill. in 1953 that were probably collected by Merrell Langdon Schroeder (b. 1931), as well as photographs of Helen Scarlett and Merrell Langdon Stout's wedding in 1929 and reproductions of portrait artwork of members of the Langdon, Schroeder, and other family relatives.

There are also two volumes of photographs in this collection. One volume contains carte de visite and tintype portraits that depict various members of the Langdon, Schroeder, and Stout families, taken ca. 1860-1910.. The other volume is a scrapbook that was kept by Lucy Langdon Schroeder on a tour of Europe in 1889-1890. The volume contains photographs and postcards of various places visited by her on her tour, including England, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and possibly Germany. Many of the photographs in this volume were probably taken by Lucy Langdon Schroeder.

This collection contains carte de visite, cabinet cards, tintypes, one color slide, film photonegatives, and paper-based photographs. There are also several glass and cased portrait photographs of members of the Bowen, Langdon, Merrell, Schroeder, and Stout families, which are stored apart from the collection by format. These photographs include daguerreotypes (stored in Daguerreotype collection, Photo. Coll. 1), ambrotypes (stored in Ambrotype collection, Photo. Coll. 2), and opalotypes and one autochrome (stored in Miscellaneous glass photograph collection, Photo. Coll. 5). See the Detailed Description of the Collection for more information.

Other photographers represented in this collection include Bachrach, Floride Green, Harlow of Montpelier, Vt., Louise Greene of Morristown, N.J., and W. Burden Stage of New York, N.Y., among many others.

Acquisition Information

This collection was removed from the Stout family papers (Ms. N–66).

Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Loose photographs

A. Cased and glass photographs, ca. 1840-1932.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

NOTE: Daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, and miscellaneous glass photographs (including opalotypes and autochromes) are stored apart from the collection by format in: Daguerreotype collection (Photo. Coll. 1); Ambrotype collection (Photo. Coll. 2); and Miscellaneous glass photograph collection (Photo. Coll. 5). When requesting these cased and glass photographs, the reader should use these call numbers, listed below in bold, NOT Photo. Coll. 63.

#2.4#63.1
Bowen, Charles (1786-1864), [ca. 1855-1860].Photographer unknown.Sixth-plate ambrotype in leather case.
#2.5#63.2
Bowen, Esther Smith Houghton (1794-1868), [ca. 1855-1860].Photographer unknown.Sixth-plate ambrotype in leather case.
#2.25#63.3
Langdon, Elizabeth W. (b. 1846), [ca. 1856].Photographer unknown.Quarter-plate ambrotype in leather case.
#1.14#63.4
Langdon, Lucy Pomeroy Bowen (1814-1873), [ca. 1840-1850].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather case.
#1.169#63.5
Langdon, Lucy Pomeroy Bowen (1814-1873), [ca. 1840-1850].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather half-case.
#1.276#63.5a
Merrell, John G., [ca. 1850-1860].Photographer unknown. Hand-colored ninth-plate daguerreotype in brass frame.
#1.81#63.6
Merrell, Sarah Ann Secor (1814-1875), [ca. 1853-1860].Taken by Rufus Anson (New York, N.Y.).Hand-colored sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather case.
#1.82#63.7
Merrell, William, [ca. 1853-1854].Taken by Rees & Co. (New York, N.Y.).Hand-colored ninth-plate daguerreotype.

Enclosed is a note in an unidentified hand that reads: "William Merrell. Father of John G. Merrell. Great Grand-father of Charles H. Stout. Buried in St. Mark's-in-the-Bowery."

#4.5#63.7a
Morrison, Frances Augusta Stout, ca. 1864-1868.Photographer unknown.Sixth-plate tintype in half-case.
#2.26#63.8
Schroeder, Lucy Langdon (1841-1921), [ca. 1855-1860].Photographer unknown.Sixth-plate ambrotype in leather half-case.
#2.109#63.9
Schroeder, Lucy Langdon (1841-1921) with dog, [ca. 1857-1860].Photographer unknown.Quarter-plate ambrotype in leather case.
#5.24#63.10
Stout, [Charles Langdon (b. 1931)?], [ca. 1931-1932].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored oval opalotype in brass frame within leather case.
#5.23#63.11
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), [ca. 1925-1929].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored opalotype in wooden frame.
#5.22#63.12
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), [ca. 1895-1899].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored oval opalotype in brass frame.
#5.25#63.13
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), painting of, ca. 1909-1915.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Autochrome of painting in diascope.
#1.274#63.14
Two unidentified girls, [ca. 1850-1860].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored ninth-plate daguerreotype in brass frame.
#1.280#63.15
Unidentified girl, [ca. 1854-1860].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored sixth-plate daguerreotype in an octagonal thermoplastic case.
#1.275#63.16
Unidentified woman, [ca. 1850-1860].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored ninth-plate daguerreotype in brass frame.
#1.277#63.17
Unidentified woman, [ca. 1845-1850].Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather case of a portrait painting.
#1.278#63.18
Unidentified woman, ca. 1853-1860].Taken by Rufus Anson (New York, N.Y.).Hand-colored sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather half-case.
#1.279#63.19
Unidentified man, [ca. 1855].Photographer unknown.Hand-colored quarter-plate daguerreotype in leather case.

B. Portraits, ca. 1860-1966.

Arranged alphabetically into two groups: Individual portraits and Group portraits.

This subseries contains loose portraits, both individual and group, of various members of the Bowen, Langdon, Schroeder, and Stout families. Subjects include Charles Herman Stout, Helen Scarlett Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout, and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), among many others. Photographers include Bogardus and W. Burden Stage of New York, N.Y.; Harlow of Montpelier, Vt.; Floride Green; Louise Greene of Morristown, N.J.; and Josiah Johnson Hawes of Boston, Mass., among many others.

See also Series II. Oversize portraits.

Individuals

Box 1#63.1
Bean, Isabel Merrell, ca. 1860-1865.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored oval carte de visite (cut down to size) in velvet case.
Box 1#63.2
Bowen, Charles (1787-1874), ca. 1860.Taken by Samuel Rogers (Tarrytown, N.J.).
Box 1#63.3
Bowen, Esther Smith Houghton (1794-1868), ca. 1860.Taken by Samuel Rogers (Tarrytown, N.J.).
Box 1#63.4
Burnside, Ambrose Everett (1824-1881), ca. 1861-1865.Published by D. Appleton & Co. (New York, N.Y.) from a photograph taken by Augustus Austin Turner.
Box 1#63.5
Cogswell, Joseph Green (1786-1871), ca. 1860.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#63.6-7
Collins, Caroline B. [Weatherill?], ca. 1888-1890.Taken by Hinkle (Germantown, Pa.) and an unidentified photographer.
Box 1#63.8
Drew, Hosea, ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown (Montpelier, Vt.).
Box 1#63.9
Eliot, John (1604-1690), n.d.Original artist unknown.Photomechanical reproduction of portrait painting.
Box 1#63.10
Fahnestock, H.C., ca. 1910.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#63.11
Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot (1787-1860), n.d.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Photograph of a miniature.
Box 1#63.12
Forrester, George W., originally painted ca. 177[1] and photographed ca. 1920-1935.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Photograph of a miniature.
Box 1#63.13
[Ghee?], George F., ca. 1885-1890.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#63.14
Gilliat, John Henry (1807-1873), ca. 1860-1865.Taken by J. Gurney & Son (New York, N.Y.).
Box 1#63.15
Gilliat, Susan Harriet Schroeder (1812-1846), n.d.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Photograph of portrait painting.
Box 1#63.16
Hancock, Sally, ca. 1860-1865.Taken by William Brown (Red Wing, Minn.).
Box 1#63.17
Hay, Lucy Langdon Bowen, ca. 1900.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#63.18-19
Houghton, Gertrude, ca. 1890-1900.Taken by Atlanta Photo Co. and an unidentified photographer.
Box 1#63.20
Hunt, [ ], ca. 1885-1890.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#63.21
Langdon, Elizabeth W. (b. 1846), ca. 1880.Taken by Harlow (Montpelier, Vt.).
Box 1#63.22-25
Langdon, James Robbins (1813-1895), ca. 1873-1880.Taken by J. Fryder (Cleveland, Oh.), Harlow (Montpelier, Vt.), Sarony (New York, N.Y.), and Wilkinson (Montpelier, Vt.).
Box 1#63.26a-27
Langdon, Lucy Pomeroy Bowen (1814-1873), ca. 1860.Photographer unknown.Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 1#63.28
Martin, Maria Louise Merrell (ca. 1812-1897), ca. 1885-1890.Taken by Pach Bros. (New York, N.Y.).
Box 1#63.29
Merrell, John G. (1806-1872), ca. 1870-1872.Taken by Bogardus (New York, N.Y.).
Box 1#63.30
Merrell, Sarah Bloodgood, ca. 1860.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#63.31-33b
Merrell, Sarah Ann Secor (1814-1875), ca. 1860-1875.Taken by various photographers, including Bogardus (New York, N.Y.) and Mrs. C. A. N. Smith (New York, N.Y.).Includes duplicate photographs, one hand-colored carte de visite, and one tintype.
Box 1#63.34
Merrell, William S., ca. 1875-1880.Taken by C. W. Bach (Peoria, Ill.).
Box 1#63.35
[Moncuiff?], Scott, child of, Photographer unknown.Photograph greeting card.
Box 1#63.36-39
Morrison, Frances Augusta Stout, ca. 1875-1885.Taken by Bogardus (New York, N.Y.), Lacey (Morristown, N.J.), and unidentified photographers.Includes duplicate photographs and one hand-colored tintype.
Box 1#63.40
Nash, Emily Virginia Merrell (b. ca. 1842), ca. 1870-1875.Taken by A. Gillin for J. Ludovici's (New York, N.Y.).
Box 1#63.41
Nicholas, Caira Robbins Langdon (b. 1817), ca. 1870-1875.Taken by D. A. Clifford (St Johnsbury, Vt.).
Box 1#63.42
Pierson, Fred, Jr., ca. 1885-1890.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#63.43-44
Reed, Maria, ca. 1860 and ca. 1885.Taken by Harlow (Montpelier, Vt.) and an unidentified photographer.Includes one hand-colored tintype.
Box 1#63.45-46
Robbins, Eli (b. 1786), n.d. and ca. 1860.Photographers unknown.Photo. #63.45 is a photograph of an undated portrait drawing of Eli Robbins, original artist unknown.
Box 1#63.47
Robbins, Hannah Simonds, undated drawing, photographed 11 May 1868.Taken by Josiah Johnson Hawes (Boston, Mass.); original artist unknown.Photograph of portrait drawing.
Box 1#63.48a-49
Schroeder, Charles Francis (1814-1886), ca. 1867.Taken by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries (New York, N.Y. and Washington, D.C.).Photo. #63.49 is a hand-colored tintype reproduction of Photos. #63.48a-b.
Box 1#63.50-53
Schroeder, Charles Francis (1814-1886), ca. 1880-1883.Taken by Harlow (Montpelier, Vt.) and unidentified photographers.Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 1#63.54
Schroeder, Henrietta Maria Ghequiere (1787-1871), n.dPhotographer unknown; original artist unknown.Photograph of a miniature portrait.
Box 1#63.55
Schroeder, Henry Alfred (1787-1870), n.d.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Photograph of a miniature portrait./
Box 1#63.56
Schroeder, Henry Alfred (1787-1870), from a daguerreotype originally taken ca. 1850-1855 and enlarged ca. 1900.Photographer unknown; original photographer unknown.Enlargement of a daguerreotype.
Box 1#63.57
Schroeder, Henry Alfred (1810-1892), ca. 1885.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#63.58-64
Schroeder, Lucy Langdon (1841-1921), 1863-ca. 1870.Taken by various photographers, including M. H. Kimball (New York, N.Y.) and Sarony & Co. (New York, N.Y.).Photo. #63.63 is also a hand-colored tintype reproduction of Photo. #63.62.
Box 1#63.65-66
Schroeder, Lucy Langdon (1841-1921), 1889-ca. 1895.Taken by A. Liebert (Paris, France) and Harlow (Montpelier, Vt.).
Box 1#63.67-71
Stone, Ellen Adelia (b. 1854), ca. 1888-1910.Taken by various photographers, including Alfred Ellis (London, England) and Rösch (St. Louis, Mo.).
Box 1#63.72
Stone, Mary Robbins, ca. 1874-1880.Taken by Allen & Rowell (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#63.73a-b
Stout, Charles (1815-1889), originally taken ca. 1848 and published ca. 1880-1890.Photographers unknown.Includes duplicate photographs.

See also Photo. #63.492.

Box 2#63.74-77
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1925), ca. 1865-1868.Taken by J. Loeffler's Photographic Gallery (Staten Island, N.Y.) and unidentified photographers.Photo. #63.75 is a tintype.
Box 2#63.78a-80
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1925), ca. 1870-1875.Taken by Bogardus (New York, N.Y.) and unidentified photographers.Photos. #63.79-80 are tintypes.
Box 2#63.81-83
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1925), ca. 1878-1879.Taken by Fredricks (New York, N.Y.), Golder & Robinson (New York, N.Y.), and an unidentified photographer.
Box 2#63.84-87
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1925), 1898-ca. 1901.Taken by various photographers, including Frank (New York, N.Y.)..
Box 2#63.88-93
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1925), ca. 1912-1918.Taken by various photographers, including Louise Greene and [G.?] Ward (London, England)..

Includes portraits of Charles Herman Stout in his military uniform ca. 1918 during World War I.

Box 2#63.94a-96b
Stout, Charles Langdon (b. 1931), ca. 1931.Taken by Rice (Montreal, Canada).Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 2#63.97a-98b
Stout, Charles Langdon (b. 1931), ca. 1932-1933.Photographer unknown.Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 2#63.99-103
Stout, Charles Langdon (b. 1931), ca. 1935-1941.Taken by Underwood & Underwood and unidentified photographers.
Box 2#63.104-107
Stout, Charles Langdon (b. 1931), ca. 1945-1950.Photographers unknown.Includes film photonegative of Photo. #63.109.
Box 2#63.108-113
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), ca. 1903-1905.Taken by Ilgenfritz and unidentified photographers.
Box 2#63.114-117
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), ca. 1907-1921.Taken by Bachrach and unidentified photographers.
Box 2#63.118a-119
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), ca. 1925-1929.Photographer illegible.Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 2#63.120-124
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), ca. 1877-1888.Taken by Howell (New York, N.Y.), Kelley's Portrait Gallery (New York, N.Y.), and unidentified photographers. Photo. #63.121 is a tintype.
Box 2#63.125-129
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), 1891-1896.Taken by Hargrave & Gubelman (New York, N.Y.), Naegli (New York, N.Y.), and unidentified photographers.
Box 2#63.130-133
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), 1897-1899.Taken by various photographers, including Floride Green.
Box 2#63.134-140
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), ca. 1900-1901.Taken by F. Greene (New York, N.Y.), Flett (Atlantic City, N.J.), and unidentified photographers.
Box 2#63.141-146
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), ca. 1902-1903.Taken by Scherer (New York, N.Y.) and unidentified photographers.
Box 2#63.147-152
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942) at "Charlecote," Short Hills, N.J., ca. 1915-1935.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#63.153a-154b
Stout, Honora Frances Merrell (1836-1920), ca. 1862 and 1902.Taken by Johnston Bros. (New York, N.Y.) and an unidentified photographer.
Box 3#63.155-158
Stout, Merrell Langdon (1903-1964), Dec. 1903.Taken by Rockwood (New York, N.Y.).
Box 3#63.159-162
Stout, Merrell Langdon (1903-1964), 1904.Taken by M. L. Greene (Summit, N.J.).
Box 3#63.164-173
Stout, Merrell Langdon (1903-1964), 1905.Taken by M. L. Green (Summit, N.J.) and C. Grant Myers.
Box 3#63.174-183
Stout, Merrell Langdon (1903-1964), 1906-ca. 1907.Taken by Louise Greene and an unidentified photographer.
Box 3#63.184-190
Stout, Merrell Langdon (1903-1964), 1910-1912.Taken by Louise Greene (Morristown, N.J.) and an unidentified photographer.
Box 3#63.191-201
Stout, Merrell Langdon (1903-1964), 1913-1918.Taken by W. Burden Stage (New York, N.Y.), Greene Studios (Morristown, N.J.), and unidentified photographers.
Box 3#63.202-208
Stout, Merrell Langdon (1903-1964), 1920-ca. 1931.Taken by various photographers, including Notman Studios (Boston & Cambridge, Mass.).
Box 3#63.208a-212
Stout, Merrell Langdon (b. 1936), ca. 1946-1966.Photographers unknown.Photo. #63.208 is a color slide; Photo. #63.208b is a color print made from that slide.
Box 2#63.213
Swinnerton-Dyer, Lucy Schroeder (1870-1948), 1872.Taken by C. H. Freeman (Montpelier, Vt.).
Box 3#63.214-216
Swinnerton-Dyer, Lucy Schroeder (1870-1948), ca. 1895.Taken by Esmé Collins (London, England) and Reutlinger (Paris, France).
Box 3#63.217
[Willis, Bo?], ca. 1949-1950.Photographer unknown.
Box 3#63.218
Winthrop, Theodore (1828-1861), ca. 1861.Photographer unknown.
Box 3#63.219
Young, Samuel, ca. 1860.Taken by R. W. Addis (Washington, D.C.).
Box 3#63.220-239
Unidentified people, ca. 1860-1960.Taken by various photographers, including Bachrach and James A. McFadden (Boston, Mass.).

Groups

Box 4#63.240
Booth, Edwin (1833-1893) and Edwina Booth, ca. 1860-1865.Published by E. & H. T. Anthony (New York, N.Y.) from a negative in Brady's National Portrait Gallery.
Box 4#63.241-242
Bowen, Charles (1787-1874) and Esther Smith Houghton Bowen (1794-1868), ca. 1860.Photographer(s) unknown.2 photographs on one mount.
Box 4#63.243-244
Hardy, George, children of, 1943-ca. 1946.Photographer(s) unknown.Photograph greeting cards.
Box 4#63.245
Langdon, Elizabeth W. (b. 1846) and Lucy Langdon Schroeder (1841-1921) with unidentified men, ca. 1870-1880.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.246
Scarlett, William George (b. 1873) and family, 23 Nov. 1944.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.247
Schroeder, Charles Francis (1814-1886) with Seaton Schroeder (1849-1922) and [William Francis Schroeder (1848-1911)?], ca. 1856-1857.Taken by J. Watson (London, England).
Box 4#63.248a-b
Schroeder, Lucy Langdon (1841-1921) and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), 1910.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.249
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1925) with Harry [ ] and Beverly Bogert, ca. 1910-1915.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.250-253
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1925) and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), ca. 1912-1917.Taken by Louise Greene, the Palace Studios (Atlantic City, N.J.), and unidentified photographers.
Box 4#63.254
Stout, Charles Langdon (b. 1931) and Merrell Langdon Stout (b. 1936), ca. 1938.Taken by Underwood & Underwood (Washington, D.C.).
Box 4#63.255
Stout, Charles Langdon (b. 1931) and Merrell Langdon Smith (b. 1936) with unidentified girl, ca. 1940.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.256-259
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903) and unidentified others, ca. 1915-1953.Photographers unknown.
Box 4#63.260
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903) and Louise [Brink?], ca. 1910-1911.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.261
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903) and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), wedding photo, June 1929.Photographer illegible.
Box 4#63.262-265
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903) and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), before honeymoon, June 1929.Taken by Bain News Service.
Box 4#63.266-267
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903) and Charles Langdon Stout (b. 1931), ca. 1932-1936.Taken by Rice (Montreal, Canada) and Bachrach.
Box 4#63.268-269
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903) and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964) with Merrell Langdon Stout (b. 1936) and unidentified friend, ca. 1949-1950.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.270
Stout, Helen Scarlett and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), ca. 1950-1960.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.271
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942) and Charles Herman Stout (1864-1925), 1899.Taken by Wilkinson (Montpelier, Vt.).
Box 4#63.272-273
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942) and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), 1903.Taken by Rockwood (New York, N.Y.) and an unidentified photographer.
Box 4#63.274-275
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942) and Merrell Langdon Stout (1903-1964), ca. 1908.Taken by Louise Greene and an unidentified photographer.
Box 4#63.276
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942) and Lucy Schroeder Swinnerton-Dyer (1870-1948) at Westhope, 1912.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.277-278
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942) with unidentified others in the gardens at "Charlecote," Short Hills, N.J., ca. 1935-1940.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.279
Stout, Merrell Langdon (b. 1936) and unidentified friend, ca. 1957.Photographer unknown.
Box 4#63.280-286
Unidentified groups, ca. 1945-1960.Taken by Rettberg Brothers (Baltimore, Md.) and unidentified photographers.

C. Views, ca. 1860-1954.

Arranged alphabetically by state.

This subseries includes photographs of "Charlecote," the Stout family home in Short Hills, N.J., taken ca. 1923-1954. Many of these photographs are of Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout's gardens at Charlecote and include inscriptions on the verso about the plants and flowers pictured in each photograph. Many of the photographs were taken by Cora L. Hartshorn, daughter of Stewart Hartshorn, the developer of Short Hills. There is also at least one photograph of the gardens at Charlecote taken by the celebrated nature photographer Herbert Wendell Gleason of Boston, Mass.

See also Series II. Oversize views.

Box 5#63.287
Alabama: Mobile - Henry Schroeder house, ca. 1935-1940.Photographer unknown.
Box 5#63.288-292
Maryland: Baltimore - Nursery & Child's Hospital ("Wansbeck"), 1928.Possibly taken by Merrell Langdon Stout.
Box 5#63.293-295
Massachusetts: Lexington - Eli Robbins house, ca. 1860-1926.Photographers unknown.
Box 5#63.296-308
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, 1923.Taken by Cora L. Hartshorn.
Box 5#63.309
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1923-1925.Taken by Herbert Wendell Gleason.
Box 5#63.310-406
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1923-1933.Photographers unknown.Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 6#63.407-409
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1925.Photographer unknown.
Box 6#63.410a-c
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, Sept. 1925.Taken by Moreland (Summit, N.J.).Includes duplicate photographs and 1 film photonegative.
Box 6#63.411-414
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1926.Photographer unknown.
Box 6#63.415-428
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, Dec. 1926.Photographer unknown.Includes 3 film photonegatives.
Box 6#63.429-431
New Jersey: Short Hills - Flowers from the garden at "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, 18 July 1930.Taken by [Villers?] Seymour.
Box 6#63.432-436
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, 1933.Photographers unknown.
Box 6#63.437-443
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, 1933.Taken by Harry G. Healy.
Box 6#63.444-445
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1940-1942.Photographer unknown.
Box 6#63.446-447
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1950-1954.Photographer unknown.
Box 6#63.448-450
New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, June [1954?].Photographer unknown.
Box 6
NEGATIVES: New Jersey: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1923-1940.Taken by C. Grant Myers and unidentified photographers.8 film photonegatives.

These negatives do not appear to relate to photographs of Charlecote that appear elsewhere in this subseries. Other negatives that correspond to photographs in the collection are stored with their matching print.

Box 6#63.451-453
Rhode Island: Newport - Island Cemetery, Schroeder family plot, Aug. 1929.Photographer unknown.
Box 6#63.453-455
Unidentified views, ca. 1940-1950.Photographers unknown.

D. Fishing photographs, 1953.

Arranged chronologically.

This subseries contains photographs of deep-sea fishing contestants displaying their catches at various competitions in Mexico in 1953. Most of the photographs were taken by LeRoy H. Dorsey of Chicago, Ill. and were probably collected by Merrell Langdon Stout (b. 1936), himself a deep-sea fisherman.

Box 7#63.456-458b
6th International Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo, 15-17 Oct. 1953.Taken by LeRoy H. Dorsey (Chicago, Ill.).Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 7#63.459a-460b
La Paz Exploratory Fishing Venture, 20-22 Oct. 1953.Taken by LeRoy H. Dorsey (Chicago, Ill.).Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 7#63. 461-463b
4th International Mazatlan Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo, 29-31 Oct. 1953.Taken by LeRoy H. Dorsey (Chicago, Ill.).Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 7#63.464a-470b
Manzanillo Exploratory Fishing Venture, 5-7 Nov. 1953.Taken by LeRoy H. Dorsey (Chicago, Ill.).Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 7#63.471-474
Miscellaneous fishing photos, ca. 1953.Taken by LeRoy H. Dorsey (Chicago, Ill.) and unidentified photographers.

E. Reproductions of portrait paintings

This series contains photograph reproductions of portrait paintings from the Frick Museum in New York. The portraits depict members of the Ghequire, Langdon, Merrell, and Schroeder families and were painted by C. P. Polk, R. M. Staigg, and other painters. The photographs were all taken by the Frick Art Reference Library and are undated.

Box 7#63.475-490

F. Miscellaneous photographs

This subseries contains miscellaneous photographs of the medal that Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout created for the American Dahlia Society, entitled, "Flora Blesses the Dahlias." The photographers are undated, and the photographer is unknown.

Box 7#63.491-492

II. Oversize loose photographs

A. Oversize portraits, ca. 1880-1954.

Arranged into two groups: Individuals and Groups.

This subseries contains oversize loose portraits of both individuals and groups, most of which depict members of the Stout family, including Charles Herman Stout, Helen Scarlett Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout, and Merrell Langdon Stout, among others. Photographers include Bachrach, Floride Green, Louise Greene, and W. Burden Stage of New York, N.Y.

Individuals

OS Box 1#63.492a
Stout, Charles (1815-1889), originally taken ca. 1848 and published ca. 1880-1890.Photographer unknown.

See also Photos. #63.73a-b.

OS Box 1#63.492b-500
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1928), ca. 1917-1918.Taken by W. Burden Stage (New York, N.Y.).Bound in a paper booklet.
OS Box 1#63.501
Stout, Charles Herman (1864-1928), ca. 1912-1918.Taken by Louise Greene.

See also Photo. #63.88.

OS Box 1#63.502
Stout, Charles Langdon (b. 1931), ca. 1949-1954.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 1#63.503
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), ca. 1908-1909.Taken by Selby Studio (Baltimore, Md.).
OS Box 1#63.504-506
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), 1929-ca. 1931.Taken by Bachrach and illegible photographer.
OS Box 1#63.507-508
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), 1896-1897.Taken by Kennedy & Bell and Charles Herman Stout.
OS Box 1#63.509-514
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), 1898.Taken by Floride Green.Photo. #63.512 is a mounted photograph on rice paper.
OS Box 1#63.515-517
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), in wedding dress, 1899.Taken by Davis & Sanford (New York, N.Y.).
OS Box 1#63.518-520
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), 1901-1922.Taken by W. Burden Stage (New York, N.Y.), Curtis Bell, Inc. (New York, N.Y.), and unidentified photographers.
OS Box 2#63.521-524b
Stout, Merrell Langdon (1903-1964), Taken by Ashley & Crippen (Toronto, Canada), Bachrach, and Rice (Montreal, Canada).
OS Box 2#63.525
Swinnerton-Dyer, Lucy Schroeder (1870-1948), ca. 1890-1895.Taken by Wilkinson (Montpelier, Vt.).
OS Box 2#63.526a-529
Unidentified people, ca. 1890-1940.Taken by Bachrach, C. B. Webster & Co. (Boston, Mass.), and unidentified photographers.Includes duplicate photographs.

Groups

OS Box 2#63.530
Chittenden family, ca. 1900-1910.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 2#63.531
Princeton University lacrosse team, 1953.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 2#63.532
Stout, Charles Langdon (b. 1931) and Merrell Langdon Stout (b. 1931), ca. 1937.Taken by Bachrach.
OS Box 2#63.533
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), Charles Langdon Stout (b. 1931), and Merrell Langdon Stout (b. 1936), ca. 1937.Taken by Bachrach.
OS Box 2#63.535
Stout, Helen Scarlett (b. 1903), Elizabeth Scarlett Hardy (b. 1907), Charles Langdon Stout (b. 1931), and unidentified, 1940.Taken by Bachrach.
OS Box 2#63.536
Stout, Merrell Langdon (b. 1936) and classmates, ca. 1910-1911.Taken by Tupper [(Cambridge, Mass.)?].
OS Box 2#63.537-539
Unidentified groups, ca. 1920-1945.Taken by Bachrach and an unidentified photographer.

B. Oversize views, 1899-1933

Arranged alphabetically by state.

This subseries contains oversize views, most of which depict the interior, exterior, and gardens of "Charlecote," the Charles Herman Stout family home in Short Hills, N.J. Some of the photographs of the gardens were taken by celebrated American documentary photographer Jessie Tarbox Beals, most likely while she was working on illustrations for editions of Louise Sheldon's Beautiful Gardens in America in either 1915 or 1924. There is also one photograph of the Church of the Transfiguration in New York, N.Y., where Henrietta Maria Schroeder and Charles Herman Stout were married in 1899. The other photographers are unidentified.

OS Box 3#63.540a-542
New Jersery: Short Hills - "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1905.Taken by Collins (New York, N.Y.).
OS Box 3#63.543
New Jersery: Short Hills - Stable at "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1905.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 3#63.544-546
New Jersey: Short Hills - Gardens at "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1923-1933.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 3#63.547-549
New Jersey: Short Hills - Gardens at "Charlecote," home of Charles Herman Stout, ca. 1915-1924.Taken by Jessie Tarbox Beals.
OS Box 3#63.550
New York: New York - Church of the Transfiguration, 1899.Photographer unknown.

C. Helen Scarlett Stout and Merrell Langdon Stout wedding photographs, 1929.

This subseries contains photographs of Helen Scarlett Stout, Merrell Langdon Stout, and their wedding party on the occasion of their marriage in June 1929. The photographer is illegible. Includes duplicate photographs.

OS Box 3#63.551-560b

III. Photographs in albums

A. Vol. 1. Schroeder family carte de visite album, ca. 1860-1910.

Arranged in the order in which the photographs appear in the volume.

This volume contains carte de visite and tintype portraits of various members of the Schroeder family, as well as the related Bowen, Gilliat, and Langdon families, various friends, and American public figures. Subjects include Elizabeth W. Schroeder, James Langdon Schroeder, Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout, and Lucy Schroeder Swinnerton-Dyer, among many others. Photographers include Anderson of Richmond, Va.; Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries of New York, N.Y. and Washington, D.C.; Sarony & Co. of New York, N.Y.; and John Adams Whipple of Boston, Mass., among many others.

Vol. 1#63.561
Schroeder, Charles Francis (1814-1886), ca. 1868.Taken by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries (New York, N.Y. and Washington, D.C.).
Vol. 1#63.562
Schroeder, Lucy Langdon (1841-1921), ca. 1868.Taken by Sarony & Co. (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.563
Schroeder, Lucy Langdon (1841-1921), 1889.Taken by A. Liebert (Paris, France).
Vol. 1#63.564
Schroeder, Charles Francis (1814-1886), 1878.Taken by Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries (New York, N.Y. and Washington, D.C.).
Vol. 1#63.565
Schroeder, Seaton (1849-1922), ca. 1859.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.566
Schroeder, Seaton (1849-1922), ca. 1864-1868.Taken by D. Bachrach of the U.S. Naval Academy (Annapolis, Md.).
Vol. 1#63.567
Schroeder, Seaton (1849-1922), ca. 1865-1867.Taken by Black & Case (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 1#63.568
Schroeder, Seaton (1849-1922), ca. 1868Taken by D. Bachrach of the U.S. Naval Academy (Annapolis, Md.).
Vol. 1#63.569
Schroeder, Seaton (1849-1922), ca. 1869-1872.Taken W. Kurtz (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.570
Schroeder, Seaton (1849-1922), ca. 1872-1874.Taken by Stabilmento Fotografico (Palermo, Italy).
Vol. 1#63.571
Schroeder, James Langdon (1869-1949), ca. 1869.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.572-573
Schroeder, James Langdon (1869-1949), ca. 1873.Taken by C. H. Freeman (Montpelier, Vt.).
Vol. 1#63.574
Schroeder, James Langdon (1869-1949), ca. 1873-1874.Taken by William Howell.
Vol. 1#63.575-576
Schroeder, James Langdon (1869-1949), ca. 1879-1880.Taken by Harlow (Montpelier, Vt.).
Vol. 1#63.577
Schroeder, James Langdon (1869-1949), ca. 1884.Taken by Pleasants & Nicholl.
Vol. 1#63.578
Swinnerton-Dyer, Lucy Schroeder (1870-1948), ca. 1870.Taken by C. H. Freeman (Montpelier, Vt.).
Vol. 1#63.579
Swinnerton-Dyer, Lucy Schroeder (1870-1948), ca. 1880.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.580
Schroeder, James Langdon (1869-1949), Lucy Schroeder Swinnerton-Dyer (1870-1948), Bob Bennett, and an unidentified man and woman, ca. 1887-1888.Taken by Mrs. C. A. M. Smith (New York, N.Y.).Tintype.
Vol. 1#63.581-582
Swinnerton-Dyer, Lucy Schroeder (1870-1948), ca. 1884.Photographer unknown.Two tintypes.
Vol. 1#63.583
Swinnerton-Dyer, Lucy Schroeder (1870-1948), ca. 1895.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.584
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), ca. 1895.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.585
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), ca. 1887.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.586
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), May 1891.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.587
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder (1875-1942), ca. 1891-1892.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.588
Schroeder, Henry (1879-1952), ca. 1880-1881.Taken by Harlow (Montpelier, Vt.).
Vol. 1#63.589
Schroeder, Henry (1879-1952), ca. 1883.Taken by Harlow (Montpelier, Vt.).
Vol. 1#63.590
Schroeder, Henry (1879-1952), ca. 1890-1891.Taken by Osw. Welti (Lausanne, Switzerland).
Vol. 1#63.591
Schroeder, Henry (1879-1952), ca. 1895-1899.Taken by Scherer (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.592
Langdon, James Robbins (1813-1895), ca. 1860.Taken by J. Fryder (Cleveland, Ohio).
Vol. 1#63.593
Langdon, Lucy Pomeroy Bowen (1814-1873), ca. 1865.Taken by Sarony & Co. (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.594
Langdon, Lucy Pomeroy Bowen (1814-1873), ca. 1865.Taken by Sarony & Co. (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.595
Langdon, James Robbins (1813-1895), ca. 1865-1870.Taken by Sarony (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.596
Langdon, Elizabeth W. (b. 1846), ca. 1860-1862.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.597
Langdon, Elizabeth W. (b. 1846), ca. 1864-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.598
Langdon, Elizabeth W. (b. 1846) and George P. Bowen, ca. 1861-1863.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.599
Langdon, Elizabeth W. (b. 1846) with Charlotte Merrill, Mary Merill, and Maria Reed, ca. 1862-1863.Taken by Notman (Montreal, Canada).
Vol. 1#63.600
Bowen, Charles (1786-1874), ca. 1860.Taken by Samuel Rogers (Tarrytown, N.J.).
Vol. 1#63.601
Redfield, Sarah Houghton Bowen, ca. 1860.Taken by S. O. Hersey (Montpelier, Vt.).
Vol. 1#63.602
Colburn, Gertrude Redfield, ca. 1870.Taken by Ryder's (Cleveland, Ohio).
Vol. 1#63.603
Colburn, Gertrude Redfield, ca. 1895-1900.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.604
Colburn, Gertrude Redfield, ca. 1900-1915.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.605
Keith, Harriet Chipman Bowen, ca. 1870-1875.Taken by E. Decker (Cleveland, Oh.).
Vol. 1#63.606
Keith, Francis C., ca. 1870-1875.Taken by Geo. G. Johnson (Cleveland, Oh.).
Vol. 1#63.607
Keith, Charles Henry, ca. 1875-1880.Taken by E. Decker (Cleveland, Oh.).
Vol. 1#63.608
Keith, Charles Henry,1901.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.609
Judd, Kittie Keith, ca. 1870-1880.Taken by E. Decker (Cleveland, Oh.).
Vol. 1#63.610
Judd, Catherine, ca. 1905.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.611
Bowen, Henry C., ca. 1860-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.612
Houghton, Gertrude, ca. 1895-1900.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.613
Bowen, [Asenath Nutt?], ca. 1860-1865.Taken by J. Carbutt (Chicago, Ill.).
Vol. 1#63.614
Bowen, George P., ca. 1861-1865.Taken by S. O. Hersey (Montpelier, Vt.).
Vol. 1#63.615
Bowen, Cornelia, ca. 1870-1880.Taken by C. D. Fredricks & Co. (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.616
Hitchcock, Ida Porter, ca. 1860-1865.Taken by Johnson, Williams & Co. (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.617
Prentiss, Rebecca Loomis, ca. 1870-1875.Taken by Hoard & Tenney's Art Gallery (Winona, Minn.).
Vol. 1#63.618
Prentiss, Charlotte, ca. 1870-1875.Taken by Hoard & Tenney's Art Gallery (Winona, Minn.).
Vol. 1#63.619
Kimball, Carrie L., ca. 1865-1875.Photographer unknown.Hand-colored tintype.
Vol. 1#63.620
Kimball, Carrie L., ca. 1895-1900.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.621
Schroeder, Henry Alfred (1810-1892), ca. 1875.Taken by Anderson (Richmond, Va.).
Vol. 1#63.622
Schroeder, Martha Vincent Schuyler, ca. 1875.Taken by Anderson (Richmond, Va.).
Vol. 1#63.623
Schroeder, Gilliat (1847-1914), ca. 1867-1877.Taken by W. Kurtz (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.624
Schroeder, William Francis (1848-1918), ca. 1875.Taken by Anderson (Richmond, Va.).
Vol. 1#63.625
Schroeder, Gilliat (1847-1914), ca. 1880-1885.Taken by T. H. Voigt (Hamburg, Germany).
Vol. 1#63.626
Schroeder, Louisa Lawrence (1886-1963), ca. 1888.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.627
Schroeder, Louisa Lawrence (1886-1963), ca. 1890-1892.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.628
Gilliat, John Henry (1807-1873), ca. 1860-1865.Taken by Manchester Bros. (Providence, R.I.).
Vol. 1#63.629
Gilliat, Susan (1834-1899), ca. 1860-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.630
Gilliat, [ ], ca. 1860-1865.Photographer unknown.

Either Henrietta Maria Gilliat (1841-1912), Grace Gilliat (1843-1922), or Ella Maude Gilliat (1845-1907).

Vol. 1#63.631
Gilliat, Charles Ghequiere (1835-1910), Sept. 1864.Taken by Giles Bishop (New London, Conn.).
Vol. 1#63.632
Gilliat, [ ], ca. Taken by Frank Rowell (Providence, R.I.).

Either Henrietta Maria Gilliat (1841-1912), Grace Gilliat (1843-1922), or Ella Maude Gilliat (1845-1907).

Vol. 1#63.633
Hobson, Hattie, ca. 1865-1875.Taken by F. Gutekunst (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Vol. 1#63.634
Henry Schroeder family home, "Hill Top," in Newport, R.I., March 1866.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.635
Donald, Katie Gazzam, ca. 1875-1880..Taken by Sarony & Co. (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.636
Donald, Katie Gazzam, ca. 1880.Taken by Chauncey, Barnes and Wallace (Mobile, Ala.).
Vol. 1#63.637
Seaton, Malcolm, 1879.Taken by Rice (Washington, D.C.).
Vol. 1#63.638
Dewey, [Mrs. Orville], ca. 1879-1882.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.639
Oakey, [Mr.], ca. 1860-1864.Taken by John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 1#63.640
Oakey, [Mrs.], ca. 1865-1873.Taken by John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).fd
Vol. 1#63.641
Kent, Charles A., ca. 1860-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.642
Poland, Clara, 1864.Taken by S. O. Hersey (Montpelier, Vt.).
Vol. 1#63.643
Strong, Mary Brinsmaid, 1866.Taken by Bogardus (New York, N.Y.).
Vol. 1#63.644
Peabody, George, 1866.Taken by Disdéri (Paris, France).
Vol. 1#63.645
Cogswell, Joseph Green (1786-1871), ca. 1860-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.646
Gibbes, [Miss], ca. 1860-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.647
Brooks, [Mrs. Sidney], Taken by Disdéri & Co. (Paris, France).
Vol. 1#63.648
Bellow, Henry Whitney (1814-1882), ca. 1860-1865.Published by E. Anthony (New York, N.Y.) from a negative from Brady's National Portrait Gallery.
Vol. 1#63.649
Robinson, Ellen Bellows, ca. 1886-1890.Taken by Partridge's Photo Portraits (Boston, Mass.).
Vol. 1#63.650
Robinson, Anna Peabody, ca. 1910.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.651
Webster, Hamilton Fish, ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown.
Vol. 1#63.652
Rogers, [ ], ca. 1861-1865.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on verso: "Son of Admiral Rogers." Inscription on album page: ""Admiral Reynold's son?"

B. Vol. 2. Lucy Langdon Schroeder travel scrapbook, 1889-1890.

Arranged in the order in which the photographs appear in the album.

This volume contains photographs and postcards from Lucy Langdon Schroeder's tour of Europe in 1889-1890. All of the images depict places that she visited in England, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and possibly Germany. There are some photographs taken by commercial photographers, and the other photos may have been taken by Lucy. There are also photographs at the end of the volume that depict Lucy with her two daughters, Henrietta Maria Schroeder Stout and Lucy Schroeder Swinnerton-Dyer, and Henrietta's husband Charles Herman Stout, possibly at the Swinnerton-Dyer's home in England. Only the photographs in the volume are numbered. See also Box 8, which contains loose photographs removed from Vol. 2.

Vol. 2#63.652a-714

C. Loose photographs removed from Vol. 2, 1889-1890.

This subseries contains loose photographs that were found between the pages of Vol.2, Lucy Langdon Schroeder travel scrapbook. Most of the photographs depict places that Lucy visited on her tour of Europe in 1889-1890 and were probably taken by her; some of these photographs are identified. Also includes loose postcards and two sketches removed from the volume.

Box 8#63.715-737

Preferred Citation

Stout family photographs, Photo. Coll. 63, 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:

Stout, Charles Herman, 1864-1928 -- Photographs.
Stout, Helen Scarlett, b. 1903--Photographs.
Stout, Henrietta Maria Schroeder, 1875-1942--Photographs.
Stout, Merrell Langdon Stout, 1903-1964--Photographs.
Bowen family--Photographs.
Langdon family--Photographs.
Schroeder family--Photographs.
Stout family--Photographs.
Stout family--Homes and haunts--New Jersey--Short Hills--Photographs.
Beals, Jessie Tarbox, photographer.
Gleason, Herbert Wendell, 1855-1937, photographer.
Green, Floride, 1863-1936, photographer.
Greene, Louise, photographer.
Schroeder, Lucy Langdon, 1841-1921, photographer.
Stage, W. Burden, photographer.

Subjects:

Gardens--New Jersey--Short Hills--Photographs.
Saltwater fishing--Photographs.
Voyages and travels--19th century--Photographs.
Women--Portraits--Photographs.
Women photographers.
Europe--19th century--Photographs.
Short Hills (N.J.)--Photographs.
Cabinet photographs.
Card photograph albums.
Cartes de visite.
Film negatives.
Slides.
Tintypes.