COLLECTION GUIDES

ca. 1860-1945

Guide to the Photograph Collection


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection contains photographs of and collected by historian and United States Senator Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924) that depict his family, friends, and colleagues, as well as his personal life, travels, and political work.

Biographical Sketch

Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924) was a historian and U.S. senator, the son of John Ellerton Lodge (b. 1807) and Anna Cabot (1821-1900). He graduated from Harvard in 1871 and, later that year, married Anna "Nannie" Cabot Mills Davis (1850-1915). The couple had three children: Constance Davis Lodge (b. 1872), who married Augustus Peabody Gardner (d. 1918) in 1891; George "Bay" Cabot Lodge (1873-1909), a poet who married Mathilda Elizabeth Frelinghuysen Davis (1876-1960) in 1900 and had two sons who became involved with United States politics, senator and diplomat Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (1902-1985) and ambassador John Davis Lodge (1903-1985); and John Ellerton Lodge (1876-1942) , who married Mary Connolly. The Lodge family made their homes in Nahant, Mass. and Washington, D.C.

After his marriage to Nannie Davis and their subsequent honeymoon travels in Europe during 1871-1872, Henry Cabot Lodge was editor of the North American Review from 1873-1876. He graduated from the Harvard Law School in 1874 and, in 1876, earned one of the first Ph.D. degrees in history and government given by Harvard University. From 1876-1879, Lodge was a lecturer on American history at Harvard. He was subsequently elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1880, a position he kept until 1881. After many unsuccessful campaigns, Lodge was elected as a Republican U.S. Representative from Massachusetts in 1887, and he served in that capacity until 1893, when he was elected to the U.S. Senate. He remained a senator until his death in 1924.

Collection Description

The Henry Cabot Lodge photographs contains 2,059 photographs in 2 boxes, 2 oversize boxes and 11 volumes collected by Henry Cabot Lodge. These photographs span the years ca. 1860-1945 and consist of loose photographs and photographs in volumes.

Most of the photographs in this collection are arranged in volumes. One volume is a scrapbook dating from 1867-1868 that contains photographs, papers, and other memorabilia relating to Henry Cabot Lodge's studies at Harvard University as a member of the Class of 1871. Six volumes contain commercial photographs of various places in Europe, collected by Lodge during his travels there from 1871-1903, including during his honeymoon with Anna Cabot Mills Davis Lodge in 1871-1872. Three additional volumes contain commercial photographs of European artwork, also collected by Lodge during his travels ca. 1872-1899. There is also one volume of photographs of San Francisco, compiled ca. 1910-1911 by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co. during its campaign for the exposition.

The rest of the collection contains loose photographs, some oversize, that depict or relate to Lodge's personal life; family, friends, and colleagues; and political work as U.S. senator. Portraits include formal and informal photographs of Henry Cabot Lodge, Anna Cabot Mills Davis Lodge, Constance Davis Lodge Gardner, George Cabot Lodge, and John Ellerton Lodge; presidents Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and other Massachusetts and U.S. legislators; various American and European statesmen, authors, and other public figures from the 1860s; and Civil War soldiers and officers. The collection also contains views of various places in Canada and the United States of importance to Lodge, including Nahant, Mass. and the Lodge family home in Washington, D.C.

Photographers represented in this collection include Elliott & Fry and Mayall of London, England; James Wallace Black and John Adams Whipple of Boston, Mass.; Harris & Ewing and Rice of Washington, D.C.; Frederic Bulkeley Hyde; and Frances Benjamin Johnston, among many others. Many of the commercial photographers in this collection are unidentified.

This collection contains cartes de visite, cabinet cards, photomechanical prints, tintypes, and some hand-colored photographs. There is also one opalotype photograph of an unidentified girl that has been stored apart from this collection by format in the Miscellaneous glass photograph collection (Photo. Coll. 5). See the Detailed Description of the Collection for more information about this photograph.

Acquisition Information

The Henry Cabot Lodge photographs were removed from the Henry Cabot Lodge papers, a gift to the Massachusetts Historical Society by Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.

Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Loose photographs

This series contains loose photographs not collected in albums and is arranged into three sections: Portraits; Views; and Miscellaneous photographs.

A. Portraits, ca. 1860-1945.

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

This subseries contains portraits of Henry Cabot Lodge and various family members; political associates; American and European statesmen, authors, and public figures from the 1860s; and Civil War soldiers and officers. Includes photographs of William Howard Taft at his presidential inauguration in 1909. See also Oversize portraits, Photos. #183.151-184.

Individual portraits

Box 1#183.1-2
Agassiz, Louis (1807-1873), ca. 1860-1865.Taken by George Kendall Warren (Lowell, Mass.) and an unidentified photographer.
Box 1#183.3
Alverstone, Richard Everard Webster, Viscount (1842-1915), ca. 1888-1889.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#183.4
Balfour, Arthur James (1848-1930), 1895.Taken by the London Stereoscopic Co. (London, England).
Box 1#183.5
Bancroft, George (1800-1891), ca. 1860-1865.Taken by Charles D. Fredricks & Co. (New York, N.Y.).
Box 1#183.6
Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827), n.d.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Photograph of portrait artwork.
Box 1#183.7
Booth, Edwin (1833-1893), ca. 1860-1862.Taken by Silsbee, Case & Co. (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#183.8
Bright, John (1811-1899), ca. 1865.Taken by Elliott & Fry (London, England).
Box 1#183.9
Brooks, Phillips (1835-1893), ca. 1880-1890.Taken by Horatio G. Smith (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#183.10
Browning, Robert (1812-1889), ca. 1865-1870.Taken by the London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company (London, England).
Box 1#183.11
Choate, Joseph Hodges (1832-1917), ca. 1894-1899.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#183.12
[Coppinger?], Alice, ca. 1890.Taken by Rice (Washington, D.C.).
Box 1#183.13
Darwin, Charles (1809-1882), ca. 1862-1870.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#183.14
Davis, [ ], n.d.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#183.15-16
Davis, Charles Henry (1807-877), ca. 1860-1865.Taken by Notman Studios (Boston, Mass.) and an unidentified photographer.
Box 1#183.17
Dickens, Charles (1812-1870), ca. 1865.Taken by Mason and Co. (Norwich, England).
Box 1#183.18
DuPont, Samuel Francis (1803-1865), 1862.Taken by Frederick Gutekunst (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Box 1#183.19
Gardner, Constance Davis Lodge (b. 1872), ca. 1910.Taken by Harris & Ewing (Washington, D.C.).
Box 1#183.20
Gladstone, William Ewart (1809-1898), ca. 1860-1865.Taken by Mayall (London, England).
Box 1#183.21
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749-1832), originally painted 1779 and copy photographed, n.d.Taken by H. Hintze; original artist unknown.Photograph of portrait artwork.
Box 1#183.22
Harcourt, William Vernon (1827-1904), ca. 1880-1885.Taken by [Byrnet?].
Box 1#183.23
Harvey, George Brinton McClellan (1864-1928), ca. 1900-1915.Taken by Underwood & Underwood (New York, N.Y.).
Box 1#183.24
Hay, John (1838-1905), ca. 1900.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#183.25
Heine, Heinrich (1797-1856), undated original drawing and copy photograph.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Photograph of portrait drawing.
Box 1#183.26
Hoar, George Frisbie (1826-1904), ca. 1890-1900.Taken by Herman Schervee (Worcester, Mass.).
Box 1#183.27
Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-1894), ca. 1860.Published by E. Anthony (New York, N.Y.) from a negative taken by Mathew B. Brady.
Box 1#183.28-29
Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1841-1935), 1862.Taken by James Wallace Black (Boston, Mass.) and Silsbee, Case & Co. (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#183.30
Ingelow, Jean (1920-1897), ca. 1866.Taken by Elliot & Fry (London, England).
Box 1#183.31
Livingston, David (1813-1873), ca. 1864-1866.Taken by Mayall (London, England).
Box 1#183.32
Lodge, Anna Cabot Mills Davis (1850-1915), ca. 1875-1880.Taken by Rice (Washington, D.C.).
Box 1#183.33-36
Lodge, George Cabot (1873-1909), ca. 1873-1879.Taken by Allen & Rowell (Boston, Mass.), Notman & Campbell (Boston, Mass.), and John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#183.37a-38c
Lodge, George Cabot (1873-1909), ca. 1893-1894.Photographer illegible.Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 1#183.39-42b
Lodge, George Cabot (1873-1909), 1899-ca. 1905.Taken by H. Elmer Kinsman (Williamstown, Mass.) and an unidentified photographer.Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 1#183.43a-44
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924), ca. 1887-1893.Taken by Charles Milton Bell (Washington, D.C.) and Rice (Washington, D.C.).Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 1#183.45-49
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) on horseback, ca. 1888.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#183.50-59
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924), 1893-1924.Taken by Underwood & Underwood (New York, N.Y.) and unidentified photographers.Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 1#183.60-61
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924), portrait bust of, 1919.Photographer unknown; originally sculpted by Bryant Baker.Photograph of portrait bust.
Box 1#183.62a-63g
Lodge, John Ellerton (1876-1942), ca. 1896-1897.Taken by Conrad M. Gilbert (Washington, D.C.).Includes duplicate photographs.
Box 1#183.64
Lowell, Charles (1835-1864), 1 Dec. 1864.Taken by Black & Case (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#183.65
Lowell, James Russell (1819-1891), ca. 1891.Taken by Frank M. Sutcliffe (Whitby, England).
Box 1#183.66
Lytton, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron of (1803-1873), ca. 1860-1865.Taken by Mayall (London, England).
Box 1#183.67
MacDonald, George (1824-1905), ca. 1870.Taken by Dr. C. G. Wallich (Kensington, England).
Box 1#183.68
McClellan, George Brinton (1826-1885), 1862.Taken by E. Anthony (New York, N.Y.).
Box 1#183.69
Meyer, George von Lengerke (1858-1918), portrait drawing of, 1917.Photographer unknown; originally drawn by John Singer Sargent.Photograph of portrait drawing.
Box 1#183.70
Mill, John Stuart (1806-1873), ca. 1865.Taken by John and Charles Watkins (London, England).
Box 1#183.71
Motley, John Lothrop (1814-1877), ca. 1870.Taken by Robert G. Box (London, England).
Box 1#183.72
Olney, Richard (1835-1917), ca. 1892-1903.Taken by Bartlett F. Kenney (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#183.73
Parker, James, ca. 1862.Taken by [S.?] P. Mauley.
Box 1#183.74
Pierce, Benjamin (1809-1880), ca. 1860-1865.Taken by Alexandre Ken (Paris, France).
Box 1#183.75
Putnam, William (d. 1861), ca. 1861. 2nd Lieutenant, 20th Mass. Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Co. E..Taken by John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#183.76
Rodman, Thomas R., May 1864. Captain, 30th Mass. Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Co. H.Photographer unknown (Baton Rouge, La.).
Box 1#183.77
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919), portrait drawing of, n.d.Artist unknown.
Box 1#183.78
Root, Elihu (1845-1937), ca. 1899.Taken by A. Dupont.
Box 1#183.79
Ruskin, John (1819-1900), ca. 1870-1875.Taken by Elliott & Fry (London, England).
Box 1#183.80
Schiller, Frederick (1759-1805), portrait artwork of, n.d.Taken by H. Hintze; original artist unknown.Photograph of portrait artwork.
Box 1#183.81
Scott, Winfield (1786-1866), ca. 1860-1866.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#183.82
Shaw, Robert (1837-1863), ca. 1861.Taken by John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).
Box 1#183.83
Spencer, Herbert (1820-1893), ca. 1865-1870.Taken by John Watkins (London, England).
Box 1#183.84
St. John-Mildmay, Herbert A. (b. 1837), ca. 1914-1918.Taken by Ernest Brooks.
Box 1#183.85-86
Sumner, Charles (1811-1874), 1854-ca. 1860.Taken by Mathew B. Brady and an unidentified photographer.

One of the photographs is a cabinet card of a crayon drawing of Sumner by William Wetmore Story, dated 1854. The verso of the photograph is inscribed by him.

Box 1#183.87
Wilson, Francis (1854-1935), ca. 1880-1885.Taken by Falk (New York, N.Y.).
Box 1#183.88
Wolcott, Edward Oliver (1848-1905), ca. 1900.Photographer unknown.
Box 1#183.89-97
Unidentified Civil War soldiers, ca. 1861-1865.Taken by James Wallace Black (Boston, Mass.), George Kendall Warren (Cambridgeport, Mass.), and John Adams Whipple (Boston, Mass.).
#5.26L#183.97a
Unidentified girl, ca. 1880-1885.Photographer unknown.Opalotype.
Box 1#183.98-100
Other unidentified people, ca. 1900-1945.Photographers unknown.

Group portraits

Box 2#183.101
Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of (1848-1930), Sir Cecil Spring Rice (1859-1918), and the Duke of Devonshire, 1917.Photographer unknown.Photo-postcard.
Box 2#183.102
Lodge, Anna Cabot Mills Davis (1850-1915) in carriage with Theodore Roosevelt (858-1919) in Lynn, Mass., en route to Nahant, ca. 1901-1909.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.103
Lodge, George Cabot (1873-1909) and Hetty Sargent Higginson, ca. 1879-1880.Taken by Notman & Campbell (Boston, Mass.).
Box 2#183.104
Lodge, George Cabot (1873-1909), Constance Davis Lodge Gardner (b. 1872), and two unidentified girls, ca. 1885.Photographer unknown.Tintype.
Box 2#183.105-106
Lodge, George Cabot (1873-1909) and John Ellerton Lodge (1876-1942), 1899.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.107-110
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) and Anna Cabot Mills Davis Lodge (1850-1915), n.d.Original photographers unknown.Copy photographs.
Box 2#183.111a-b
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) and Edward Dehon Blake (b. 1850), ca. 1860-1861.Original photographer unknown.Copy photographs.
Box 2#183.112-113
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with President Benjamin Harrison (1833-1901) and others at Bar Harbor, Me., Aug. 1889.Taken by Simon Towle (Lowell, Mass.).
Box 2#183.114
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) and George Frisbie Hoar (1826-1904), ca. 1900-1904.Taken by [Clinedinst?] (Washington, D.C.).
Box 2#183.115-116
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) and others at Northfield, Mass., 1 Sept. 1902.Taken by Ashton E. Hemphill.
Box 2#183.117-118
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with others at the Parade of the Grand Army of the Republic, Boston, Mass., 16 Aug. 1904.Possibly taken by A. Shuman & Co. (Boston, Mass.).Includes photomechanical print.

Photograph includes John Davis Long (1838-1915), John Lewis Bates (1859-1946), George S. Boutwell (1818-1905), Curtis Guild (1860-1915), Samuel Rinnah Van Sant (1844-1936), and Winthrop Murray Crane (1853-1920)

Box 2#183.119-120
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) and William Howard Taft (1857-1930), ca. 1909.Taken by Frederic Bulkeley Hyde and an unidentified photographer.Photo. #183.120 is a copy photograph.
Box 2#183.121
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with [N. E. S. & L.?] Association, 1910.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.122
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with others at Harvard University commencement, 1910.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.123
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) and unidentified man, ca. 1915-1920.Possibly taken by Joseph B. Estes.
Box 2#183.124
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with others at Princeton University commencement, 13 June 1916.Taken by Paul Thompson (New York, N.Y.).
Box 2#183.125
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with others, plating tree at the Capitol Building, Washington, D.C., ca. 1920-1924.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.126
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with others at the Washington Conference for the Limitation of Armament, 1921.Taken by Harris & Ewing (Washington, D.C.).

See also Photo. #183.180.

Box 2#183.127-128
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924), Everett John Lake (1871-1948), and others, ca. 1921-1923.Taken by W. G. Dudley (Hartford, Conn.).
Box 2#183.129
[Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924)?] and unidentified men, ca. 1924.Photographer unknown.

Removed from a letter from [ ] Clarke to Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., 5 Feb. 1936, in the Henry Cabot Lodge papers.

Box 2#183.130
Taft, William Howard (1857-1930) and others at his inauguration, 1909.Taken by F. S. Smith.
Box 2#183.131
Warfield, Edwin (1848-1920) and staff during his inaugural parade, Washington, D.C., 1904.Taken by the Metropolitan Syndicate Press (Chicago, Ill.).Stereograph.
Box 2#183.132
Unidentified group of men, ca. 1905-1909.Photographer unknown.

Inscription on photograph" To Senator Lodge, with best wishes of W[illiam] M[iller] Collier."

B. Views, ca. 1900-1924.

Arranged alphabetically by place name.

This subseries contains views of various places of importance to Henry Cabot Lodge in Bermuda, Canada, England, and the United States, including his home in Washington, D.C. See also Oversize views, Photos. #185-189.

Box 2#183.133
Bermuda: Presbyterian Kirk, ca. 1901.Possibly taken by Charles Eliot.

Removed from letter from Charles Eliot to Henry Cabot Lodge, 19 Mar. 1901, in the Henry Cabot Lodge papers.

Box 2#183.134
Canada: Winnepeg - Winthrop - Upper Met-how Valley - Home of H. H. Greene, ca. 1900-1910.Photographer unknown.Photo-postcard.
Box 2#183.135
England: Newbury - Arlington Manor, home of Sir Francis and Lady Jeune, ca. 1901.Photographer unknown.

Includes Christmas greeting card.

Box 2#183.136
United States and Canada: International Peace Arch, between Surrey, British Columbia and Blaine, Washington, ca. 1921.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.137
United States: New Hampshire - Mt. Warner, birthplace of Daniel Webster, ca. 1920-1924.Photographer unknown.Photo-postcard.
Box 2#183.138
United States: New Hampshire - Newbury, agricultural fields, ca. 1922.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.139-140
United States: New York - West Point - United States Military Academy, ca. 1910.Photographer unknown.Photo. #183.140 is a plan for the school grounds.

See also oversize Photo. #183.188.

Box 2#183.141
United States: Washington, D.C. - 1765 Massachusetts Avenue, home of Henry Cabot Lodge, ca. 1920-1924.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.142-143
Unidentified views, ca. 1900-1924.Photographers unknown.

C. Miscellaneous photographs, ca. 1870-1918.

See also Oversize miscellaneous photographs, Photo. #183.190.

Box 2#183.144
Shearer Torpedo Boat Sea Hornet, ca. 1914-1918.Photographer unknown.Photo-postcard.
Box 2#183.145
Memorial plaque to American Seamen at Annapolis, Md. with an inscription written by Henry Cabot Lodge, n.d.Photographer unknown.
Box 2#183.146
Jesus Christ, portrait drawing of, n.d.Taken by McLean & Compy. (London, England); original artist unknown.Photograph of portrait drawing.
Box 2#183.147-150
Photographs of artwork, ca. 1870.Photographer(s) unknown.

Removed from letter from Anna Cabot Mills Davis to Mrs. Charles Henry Davis, 25 Sept. 1871, in the Henry Cabot Lodge papers.

II. Oversize loose photographs

This series contains oversize loose photographs not collected in photograph albums and is divided into three sections: Oversize portraits; Oversize views; and Oversize miscellaneous photographs.

A. Oversize portraits, ca. 1864-1923.

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

This subseries contains oversize formal and informal portraits of Henry Cabot Lodge, Anna Cabot Mills Davis Lodge, Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, and other friends and political associates of Lodge. Includes photographs from William McKinley's last presidential address on 1 Sept. 1901, taken by the renowned photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston, and Roosevelt's presidential inauguration on 14 Sept. 1901.

Individual portraits

OS Box 1#183.151
Bigelow, John (1817-1911), ca. 1880-1900.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 1#183.152
[Bigelow, William Sturgis (1850-1926)?], portrait drawing of, n.d.Photographer unknown; original artist unknown.Photograph of portrait drawing.
OS Box 1#183.153
Brooks, Peter Chardon (1831-1920), sculpture of, n.d.Taken by A. W. Elson & Co. (Boston, Mass.); originally sculpted by Bela L. Pratt.Photograph of sculpture.
OS Box 1#183.154
Harcourt, William Vernon, Sir (1827-1904), ca. 1890-1899.Taken by Messrs. Bassano (London, England).
OS Box 1#183.155
Lodge, Anna Cabot Mills Davis (1850-1915), ca. 1895-1900.Taken by James L. Breese for the Carbon Studio (New York, N.Y.).
OS Box 1#183.156
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924), engraving of, n.d.Engraved by E. G. Williams (New York, N.Y.) from a photograph taken by Clinedinst.
OS Box 1#183.157-164
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924), ca. 1880-1910.Taken by Rice (Washington, D.C.) and unidentified photographers.Photo. #183.157 is damaged.

Photos. 183.159-161 depict Lodge on horseback.

OS Box 1#183.165-166
McCawley, Charles L., ca. 1914-1918.Photographers unknown.
OS Box 1#183.167
McKinley, William (1843-1901), 1900.Taken by George Loren Prince (Washington, D.C.).
OS Box 1#183.168
McKinley, William (1843-1901) delivering his last address, Buffalo, N.Y., 5 Sept. 1901.Taken by Frances Benjamin Johnston.
OS Box 1#183.169-170
Reed, Thomas Brackett (1839-1902), 1894-ca. 1891.Taken by Elmer Chickering and an unknown photographer.Photo. #183.170 is damaged.
OS Box 1#183.171
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919), composite photograph, n.d.Taken by Underwood & Underwood (New York, N.Y.).
OS Box 1#183.172
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919), 1908.Taken by Frederic Bulkeley Hyde.

Group portraits

OS Box 2#183.173
Harvard University theater company, ca. 1880-1900.Taken by James Notman (Boston, Mass.).
OS Box 2#183.174
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with other students at Mr. Dixwell's school. Boston, Mass., ca. 1864.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 2#183.175
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with the Committee on the Phillippines, ca. 1897-1902.Taken by the Photo-Press (Washington, D.C.).
OS Box 2#183.176
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with the Republican National Committee, 1908.Taken by Moffett Studio (Chicago, Ill.).
OS Box 2#183.177
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with the Select Committee on Wages & Prices, 1910.Taken by Harris & Ewing (Washington, D.C.).
OS Box 2#183.178
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with the Harvard University Board of Overseers, ca. 1913-1914.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 2#183.179
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with the Associated Boards of Trade of Essex County, Annual Outing, Ferncroft Inn, 13 Sept. 1916.Photographer unknown.Damaged panoramic photograph.
OS Box 2#183.180
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) with others at the Washington Conference for the Limitation of Armament, 1921.Taken by Harris & Ewing (Washington, D.C.).

See also Photo. #183.126.

OS Box 2#183.181
Lodge, Henry Cabot (1850-1924) and Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933), ca. 1923.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 2#183.182
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919) and Leonard Wood (1860-1927) at Camp Wood, San Antonio, Tex., 1898.Photographer unknown.
OS Box 2#183.183-184
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919) with others at his presidential inauguration, 1901.Photographer(s) unknown.

B. Oversize views, ca. 1910-1920.

Arranged alphabetically by place name.

This subseries contains photographic views of places in the United States of importance to Henry Cabot Lodge's life and work, including the coastline at his home in Nahant, Mass., among other subjects.

OS Box 2#183.185-187
United States: Massachusetts - Nahant coastline, 1920.Taken by Belcher.
OS Box 2#183.188
United States: New York - West Point - United States Military Academy, ca. 1910.Photographer unknown.

See also Photos. #183.139-140.

OS Box 2#183.189
United States: Ohio - Marion - Crowd at notification of Warren G. Harding's presidential nomination, 22 July 1920.Photographer unknown.Panoramic photograph (folded).

C. Oversize miscellaneous photographs, ca. 1893.

OS Box 2#183.190
Photograph of beaded bag depicting the emblem of the city of Ponce, Spain, ca. 1893.Photographer unknown.

III. Photographs in albums

Vols. 6 and 10 were disbound in Sept. 2005 due to preservation concerns; the album pages are stored in oversize boxes in the order in which they originally appeared in the albums. Vols. 4 and 7-9 are also stored intact in oversize boxes.

A. Henry Cabot Lodge scrapbook, 1867-1868.

Photographers unknown.

Scrapbook of photographs and papers relating to Henry Cabot Lodge's time as a student at Harvard College in 1867-1868. The photographs contain portraits of all of his classmates in the Class of 1871, including William Sturgis Bigelow, Charles W. Jenks, and a black student identified by Lodge as E. Sullavon, among many others; Lodge's own portrait was omitted from the volume. There are also photographs of Harvard faculty and staff; the college's buildings and grounds; Harvard Square, including of the building in which Lodge lived while a student; and the college's crew and baseball teams during that period. The photographers are unidentified. Papers in the volume include Lodge's "Certificate of Admission" to Harvard, dated 13 July 1867, and various papers and tests in Greek, French, Latin, mathematics, and history.

Vol. 1#183.191-414
Photographers unknown.

B. European travels photograph albums, 1871-1903.

Vols. 2-3#183.415-680
1871-1872.Photographers unknown.

Two albums containing commercial photographs collected and captioned by Henry Cabot Lodge during his honeymoon travels in Europe with his wife, Anna ("Nannie") Cabot Mills Lodge, and her sister, Evelyn Lodge, in 1871-1872. Vol. 1 contains photographs of various towns and cathedrals n England and France, including of artworks and artifacts from the British Museum in London. Vol. 2. contains photographs of various towns, chateaus, and cathedrals in France. The photographers in both albums are unidentified.

OS Box 3Vol. 4 (OS)#183.681-854
ca. 1872-1899.Photographers unknown.OVERSIZE album.

Oversize album contains commercial photographs collected and captioned by Henry Cabot Lodge during his travels in Italy, Paris, England, and Germany, ca. 1872-1899, including photographs of Paris after the Commune of 1871 and of artwork in Louvre. Some of the photographs are dated by Lodge. The photographers are unknown.

Vol. 5#183.855-1188
ca. 1899Photographers unknown.

Album contains commercial photographs collected and captioned by Henry Cabot Lodge during his travels in France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and Belgium, ca. 1899. The photographs depict various towns and historic buildings, landscapes, and cathedrals, as well as artwork. Some of the photographs have been dated by Lodge. The photographers are unknown.

OS Box 4Vol. 6 (OS)#183.1189-1280
ca. 1899Photographers unknown.OVERSIZE disbound album.

One oversize disbound album contains commercial photographs collected and captioned by Henry Cabot Lodge during his travels in Spain, France, and Italy, ca. 1899. The photographs depict various towns, cathedrals, and artwork, and the photographers are unidentified. Some of the photographs are dated.

OS Box 5Vol. 7 (OS)#183.1281-1349
ca. 1901-1903Photographers unknown.OVERSIZE album.

One oversize album contains commercial photographs collected and captioned by Henry Cabot Lodge during his travels in Russia and southwestern Germany, ca. 1901-1903. Subjects include various towns, cathedrals, and historic buildings. Many of the photographs are hand-colored, and the photographers are unidentified. Some of the photographs are dated. Includes photomechanical prints.

C. Photograph albums of European artwork

OS Boxes 6-7Vols. 8-9 (OS)#183.1350-1936
ca. 1872-1895Photographers unknown.OVERSIZE albums.

Two oversize albums contain commercial photographs of artwork from galleries in Germany, Italy, Belgium, including both paintings and sculpture, collected by Henry Cabot Lodge during his travels in Europe ca. 1872-1895. The photographs are captioned in Lodge's hand and some have been dated. The photographers are unidentified.

OS Box 8Vol. 10#183.1937-2019
ca. 1872-1899Photographers unknown.OVERSIZE disbound album.

One oversize disbound album contains commercial photographs of Italian artwork, including both paintings and sculpture, collected by Henry Cabot Lodge during his travels to Siena, Assisi, Perugia, and Lago Trasimeno, Italy, ca. 1872-1899. There are also some photographs in the album of the towns and churches in each of these locations. Some of the photographs are identified in Lodge's hand; the album is, however, undated. The photographers are also unidentified.

D. San Francisco, California: Site of the Proposed Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915...,ca. 1910-1911.

Most photographers unknown.

Printed volume of photographs of San Francisco, compiled ca. 1910-1911 by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co. to support the city's campaign to host the exposition in 1915. The photographs depict the city's buildings, hotels, streets, and parks, as well as views of San Francisco Bay, nearby Mount Tamalpais, Yosemite, Mount Shasta, and other outlying attractions. The volume was most likely a gift to Henry Cabot Lodge by members of the Exposition Co. Photographers include Walter A. Scott; all other photographers are unidentified.

Vol. 11#183.2020-2044
Most photographers unknown.

Preferred Citation

Henry Cabot Lodge photographs, Photo. Coll. 183, 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:

Gardner, Constance Lodge, b. 1872--Photographs.
Lodge, Anna Cabot Mills Davis, 1850-1915--Photographs.
Lodge, George Cabot, 1873-1909--Photographs.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924--Photographs.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924--Homes and haunts--Massachusetts--Nahant--Photographs.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924--Homes and haunts--Washington, D.C.--Photographs.
Lodge, John Ellerton, 1876-1942--Photographs.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919--Photographs.
Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930--Photographs.
Lodge family--Photographs.
Black, James Wallace, 1825-1896, photographer.
Hyde, Frederic Bulkeley, photographer.
Johnston, Frances Benjamin, 1864-1952, photographer.
Whipple, John Adams, 1822-1891, photographer.

Organizations:

Harvard College (1780- )--Photographs.
Harvard College (1780- ). Class of 1871--Photographs.
Harvard College (1780- )--Students--Photographs.
Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 San Francisco, Calif.).
Harris & Ewing, photographers.

Subjects:

Authors--Photographs.
Historians--United States--Photographs.
Legislators--Photographs.
Presidents--United States--Photographs.
Soldiers--Photographs.
Women--Portraits--Photographs.
Women photographers.
San Francisco (Calif.)--Photographs.
Nahant (Mass.)--Photographs.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs.
Cabinet photographs.
Cartes de visite.
Photograph albums.
Photomechanical prints.
Tintypes.