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Guide to the Burr McIntosh Photograph Collection
 PR 41

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: McIntosh, Burr, 1862-1942
Title: Burr McIntosh photograph collection
Dates [inclusive]: 1898-1910
Abstract: Collection of photographs, mainly celebrity portraits, taken by Burr McIntosh.

The Burr McIntosh Photograph Collection is digitized and available in the  Shelby White and Leon Levy Digital Library.
Quantity: 5.67 Linear feet (17 boxes)
Call Phrase: PR 41

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Biographical Note

Burr McIntosh had an eclectic career. He was known, at different points in his life, to be a lecturer, photographer, movie studio owner, actor, author, publisher, reporter and a pioneer in the early movie and radio business. While many of these endeavors were short-lived, they gained him prestige and popularity among the stylish set.

He was born William McIntosh August 21, 1862, in Wellsville, Ohio, and attended Lafayette College, 1880 - 82, and Princeton, 1882 - 83. After Princeton, McIntosh was in the coal business in Pittsburgh for a brief time and then followed this up with a short stint as a reporter for the Philadelphia News. He came to New York and made his theatrical debut in Bartley Campbell's "Paquita" in August 31, 1885, beginning his most successful and memorable career, as an actor on the theatrical stage. He adopted a stage name at this time, changing his first name to Burr. His biggest success came playing the character Talbot "Taffy" Wynne in the original 1895 Broadway production of "Trilby" at the Garden Theatre. He repeated this performance in major Broadway revivals in 1905 and 1915, as well as in a production in London at His Majesty's Theatre. McIntosh also appeared in a number of Augustus Thomas' plays, beginning with "Arizona" and "In Mizzoura."

In 1898, Burr McIntosh went to Cuba to cover the Spanish-American War for Leslie's Weekly as a reporter and photographer. Defying orders forbidding any newspapermen to land in Cuba until every soldier in the Army had landed, he jumped over the side of a boat and swam to shore in time to get the only photographs of the troops coming ashore at Daiquiri. In Cuba, he became ill with "yellow jack" (a form of yellow fever) and was out of action. He eventually recovered and wrote of his exploits in a 1901 book,  What Little I Saw of Cuba.

The year 1901 also saw the establishment of his first photographic studio on West 33rd Street, conveniently located across from the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, a meeting place of many of the society and theatrical people whose portraits would be taken by the studio. This work led McIntosh to found the Burr McIntosh Monthly, which ran from 1903 to 1910, and offered portraits of theater idols, scenes at fashionable athletic events, picturesque genre and nature studies, and discussions of photography as art. In 1908, McIntosh declared bankruptcy and ceased publishing in May 1910.

In addition to acting and publishing, Burr McIntosh accompanied Secretary of War William H. Taft's 1905 peace trip to the Philippines as the official photographer.

In 1910, Burr McIntosh announced an elaborate plan to found an artists' colony with the fortune he hoped to make from the early movie industry. To accomplish this goal, he moved to California to organize his own film company. He also announced his retirement from the stage after his 1909 national tour in "The Gentleman from Mississippi." This retirement was not permanent as McIntosh appeared on Broadway six more times between 1914 and his last play, "Robert E. Lee," in 1923, including his successful revival of Taffy in "Trilby" in 1915. Neither the fortune from the movie industry nor the artists' colony ever materialized. His movie career began in 1914 recreating his stage performance in "In Mizzoura." The following year he starred in the title role of the movie " Colonel Carter of Cartersville," which was the only film that he ever produced. His work as an actor in movies stretched from the silent movies of 1914 until the era of sound movies, ending with "The Richest Girl in the World" in 1934.

McIntosh took time away from movies during the First World War when he lectured on patriotism and the role of the United States in the war at venues around the country, including the Metropolitan Opera House and Carnegie Hall in New York. He also entertained as a YMCA worker in army camps in France and Germany. After the war, he supported Leonard Wood for the Republican presidential nomination with further speaking appearances.

In the disastrous year of 1929, Burr McIntosh declared bankruptcy. His wife, the former Jean Snowden of Saratoga, whom he had married in New York in 1914, attempted suicide. According to an interview that McIntosh gave to the New York Times at this time, she had succumbed to her serious disappointment that McIntosh's work in Hollywood had not produced the financial returns they had anticipated.

From 1930 until his death in Los Angeles on April 28, 1942, Burr McIntosh was known as the "Cheerful Philosopher" as the host of a radio programs and in a series of lectures offering optimistic views on life. He had one daughter, Nancy McIntosh.

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Scope and Content Note

The Burr McIntosh Photograph Collection spans the period from ca. 1900 to 1910 and documents McIntosh's career as a photographer of prominent figures in the arts, society, and politics, many of whom were his friends and acquaintances. The vast majority of the ca. 3,000 prints were made by the New-York Historical Society in the late 1940s from glass plate negatives taken during the period 1900 - 1910; the negatives were destroyed after being printed. The remaining glass plates, approximately 600, do not have prints.

The collection consists of early work such as images from the Spanish-American War siege of Santiago, Cuba, which he covered for Leslie's Weekly and published in  The Little I Saw of Cuba. Another group of photos shows Secretary Taft's good will trip to the Philippines in 1905. Most of the remaining images are society and celebrity portraits, many of which were published in McIntosh's magazine. Actors Ethel and John Barrymore appear at the seashore; philanthropist A. G. Vanderbilt celebrates a holiday at his Adirondack lodge; ingenue Evelyn Nesbit poses seductively; and architect Charles F. McKim enjoys a quiet country outing. Children playing, professional New York theatrical groups, and miscellaneous buildings are also included in the collection. Society sporting gatherings such as horse shows and events, including polo and fox hunting, and sailing at Newport, Rhode Island, are also well represented within the collection.

Identification of the sitter is from the original caption information on the glass plate negatives, usually limited to the sitter's name that, in some cases, is only a surname. The unidentified portraits in all the series include many theatrical, costumed portraits of men, women, and groups. Most of the sitters appear in more than one series.


The collection is divided into four series:

Missing Title

  1. Series I. 8 x 10 inch Prints
  2. Series II. 5 x 7 inch Prints
  3. Series III. 11 x 14 inch Prints
  4. Series IV. Glass Plate Negatives

Thereunder, photographs are filed alphabetically by sitter.

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Barrymore, Ethel, 1879-1959 -- Portraits.
  • Barrymore, John, 1882-1942 -- Portraits.
  • Caruso, Enrico, 1873-1921 -- Portraits.
  • Langtry, Lillie, 1853-1929 -- Portraits.
  • Longworth, Alice Roosevelt, 1884-1980 -- Portraits.
  • McIntosh, Burr, 1862-1942
  • McKim, Charles Follen, 1847-1909 -- Portraits.
  • Nesbit, Evelyn, 1884-1967 -- Portraits.
  • Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930 -- Portraits.
  • Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946 -- Portraits.
  • Tesla, Nikola, 1856-1943 -- Portraits.
  • Vanderbilt, Alfred Gwynne, 1877-1915 -- Portraits.

Document Type

  • Glass negatives
  • Negatives
  • Photographic prints.

Subject Topics

  • Buildings -- United States
  • Celebrities -- United States -- Portraits
  • Children playing
  • Documentary photography
  • Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Adirondack Mountains
  • Socialites -- United States -- Portraits
  • Spanish-American War, 1898
  • Theatrical companies -- Portraits

Subject Places

  • Asia -- Description and travel
  • Santiago de Cuba (Cuba)
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Japan
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Philippines

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Open to qualified researchers.

Photocopying will be undertaken by staff only, and is limited to twenty exposures of stable, unbound material per day. Researchers may not accrue unused copy amounts from previous days. See guidelines in the Print Room for details.

Use Restrictions

Permission to reproduce any Print Room holdings through publication must be obtained from:

Rights and Reproductions
The New-York Historical Society
Two West 77th Street
New York, NY 10024

Phone: (212) 873-3400 ext. 282
Fax: (212) 579-8794

The copyright law of the United States governs the making of photocopies and protects unpublished materials as well as published materials. Unpublished materials created before January 1, 1978 cannot be quoted in publication without permission of the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation

This collection should be cited as Burr McIntosh Photograph Collection, PR 041, Department of Prints, Photographs, and Architectural Collections, The New-York Historical Society.

Related Material at the Department of Prints, Photographs, and Architectural Collections

A full run of volumes of Burr McIntosh Monthly is available in the New-York Historical Society library, as well as a copy of Burr McIntosh's  The Little I Saw of Cuba. The Theatrical Portrait File (PR 104) contains several cabinet cards from Burr McIntosh's studio which were given to N-YHS by other donors.

Existence and Location of Copies

Digital copies are available in the Shelby White and Leon Levy Digital Library.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of the New York Herald Tribune, July 1, 1942.

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Container List

Series I. 8 x 10 inch prints, ca. 1900 - 1910

Scope and Contents note

This series consists of prints arranged in three subseries: Portraits, filed alphabetically by sitter; Subjects, filed alphabetically; and Unidentified Portraits, divided into children, men, and women. The portraits contain many of the men and women of society and the theater community who figured in Burr McIntosh's magazine, including Ethel Barrymore, actress Clara Bloodgood, W. Gould Brokaw (including his home Nirvana in Great Neck, Long Island), Marie Dressler, Robert Edeson, Bijou Fernandez, Edna Wallace Hopper, Joseph Jefferson, Lillie Langtry, Burr McIntosh himself, Evelyn Nesbit, Charles Richman, as well as prints of an unidentified Vanderbilt ball and the Alfred G. Vanderbilt's residence in the Adirondacks. A significant group within the subject subseries consists of photographs of many American buildings, both named and unidentified, interiors and exteriors, private homes and resorts. There is also a large selection of prints of the Taft trip to the Philippines. There are school photos of groups of students generally consisting of music or sports groups posed either on a school field or on the steps of a school building, such as from private schools as the Hackley School at Tarrytown in its first few years of operation. The remaining miscellaneous subjects are the usual as throughout the entire collection, focusing on naval and sailing ships, horse shows, theater companies, and Cuba during the Spanish American War. The subseries of unidentified portraits are divided into children, men, and, the largest category, women, many of whom appear to be theatrical.

There is a single print of each sitter or subject unless otherwise noted.


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Folder : 1
Adams, Maude (5)
Addington, W. L.
Adler, Jacob
Alexander, Mrs. F. P.
Ali, George
Allen, Viola (6)
Ames, Knowlton
Arbuckle, Mrs. John (3)
Arthur, Paul (2)
Atwater, Mrs. E. S. (5)
Ayre, Mrs. H. E.

Box: 1 Folder : 2 Bagge, Mrs. N. A.
Baise, Willard
Baldwin, Carol (2)
Barrymore, Ethel (24)
Barrymore, John (3)
Barrymore, Lionel
Barrymore, Ethel and John (4)
Barstow, Mrs. L. G.
Bates, Blanche
Bates, J.J.
Bellew, Kryle (4)
Benet, Mrs. E. T.
Benridge, Ray (2)
Bentley, Irene (12)
Bergere, Valerie (2)
Berry, Mrs. B. J.
Beverly, Mrs. Mitchell

Box: 1 Folder : 3 Bingham, Amilia (8)
Birrell, Mrs. A. (2)
Black, Mrs. John C.
Blackburn, Vivian (w/ group)
Blair, E. (3)
Blanchard, Mrs. H. E.
Blanchard, W. W.
Block, Harry
Bogue, Virginia (2)
Bonnell, William F.
Bostwick, Mrs. A. C.
Breckenridge, John
Breckenridge, T. C.
Briggs, M. (2)
Brokaw (3)
Brokaw, W. Gould (3)
Brokaw, W. Gould - residence (2)
Burke, Billie (2)
Burt, Laura
Bustanby (2)

Box: 1 Folder : 4 Calve, Emma (2)
Cameron, Grace (3)
Campbell, Mrs. B. R.
Carlisle, Sibyl
Carroll, J. W.
Carter, Ernest (2)
Carter, Mrs. R. R.
Chadwick, George B. (2)
Chalfort, Eleanor
Chapman, J. D.
Chase, Pauline (2)
Cheney, Mrs. Vance (3)
Childs, Otis H.
Chittendon, Dr. A.
Christy, Mrs. H. C.
Clare, Mrs. E. L.
Clark wedding bridesmaids
Clark, Mrs. G. W.
Clark, Thomas G.
Colby, Bainbridge
Comstock, Nannette (3)
Conness, Robert (2)
Conquest, Ida
Corbin, Mrs. W. H.
Corson, Mrs.
Courtleigh, William
Crane, W. H. company
Cranier, Mrs. H. C.
Creighton, Madge
Creykendall, Ursula

Box: 1 Folder : 5 Daly, Mrs. J W.
David, W. B. (2)
Davis (8)
De Angelis, Jefferson (3)
DePew, Chauncey M. (Chauncey Mitchell) (3)
DePew, Mrs. Chauncey (5)
De Sousa, May (2)
DeWitt, John R. (2)
De Wolf, Drina (2)
Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (14)
Donaldson, Mrs. Drew
Donner, Mr. P. R.
Doro, Marie (9)
Dressler, Marie (7)
Duke, Miss M. (2)
Dulles, Miss E. (2)
Dumont, Santos

Box: 2 Folder : 6 Easton, Judge
Earl, Virginia (5)
Eastland, Mrs. L. B. (2)
Edeson, Robert (8)
Elkins, Miss (2)
Elkins Jr., L. B.
Elliot Gertrude (2)
Embry, M. V.
Eustis, Jennie
Everett, Col. S. E.

Box: 2 Folder : 7 Fahnstock, Mr. (3)
Fahnstock, Mrs.
Fallows (4)
Farnham, Mrs. Paulding
Farnham statues (4)
Farrington, Nina (2)
Ferguson, William (3)
Fernandez, Bijou (7)
Finlay, Miss. G. (4)
Firth, Elizabeth
Fisher, Alice
Fitch, Clyde (3)
Fitzhugh, Anna
Fleischman, Mrs. W. M.
Florence, Miss. K. (3)
Flower, Mrs. K. S.
Follett, Maizie (2)
Foster, Mrs. A. L.
Frear, T.
Fritz, Mrs. J. E.
Frontman, Fay
Fuller, Mrs. J. E.

Box: 2 Folder : 8 Gaines (5)
Gardner, Mrs. A. P.
Gardner, Dr. John H.
Garfield, H. S.
Gascoigne, Miss M.
George, Grace (10)
Gibney, Dr. V.
Gibson, Mrs.
Gibson, Dessa
Giffen, Mrs. John
Gilbert, Mrs. George W. (3)
Gillette, Mrs. Charles W.
Gillette, Mrs. John
Gillette, William (5)
Glaser, Lulu (2)
Golden, Bernice (3)
Goncouria, Ada
Gonning, Miss
Goodwin, Nat C. (3)
Gordore, D. E.
Graham, Miss (3)
Grant, Miss
Granville, Mrs. C. G. (2)
Green, Daisy (5)
Gruss, Charles E.
Gunning, Louise

Box: 2 Folder : 9 Hackett, James K. (2)
Haine, Mrs. G. G.
Hale, Helen
Hale, Walter (2)
Halito, Mrs. Arthur
Hall, Lewis A. (3)
Hamilton, Mrs. E. C.
Hamilton, Mrs. M. S. (2)
Hamlin, Conde
Hanna (2)
Hanna, child
Har (?), A. E.
Hardin Jr, Mrs. E. L. (2)
Harper, Belle (5)
Harris, child (4)
Hart, W. S. (3)
Havemeyer, Mrs. H. H.
Havemeyer, M. (2)
Hayman, Mrs. Alfred

Box: 2 Folder : 10 Hegeman, Virginia (2)
Held, Anna
Hendrix, W. G. (4)
Hewlett, Mr.
Hickman, A.
Hickschic, Mrs. A. A.
Hoagland, group
Hobson, Maude (2)
Holland, Joseph (3)
Hope, Lady
Hopper, Edna Wallace (9)
Houseman, Edith (2)
Houston, Mrs. W. C.
Hoyt, Mrs.
Hubbard, Elbert and group
Huber, Mrs. J. B.
Huber, Mrs. V. S.
Hudson wedding bridesmaid
Huntington, Mrs. A. J.
Huntley, G. P.
Hume, Judge (2)
Huyler, John S.
Hyem, Constance

Box: 3 Folder : 11 Ingalls, Gladys (2)
Irwin, May

Box: 3 Folder : 12 Jackson, Maude B. (2)
James, Mrs. V. F.
Jay, Col. William (2)
Jefferson, Joseph (11)
Jeffreys, Elsie (7)
Jennings, E. H.
Johnson, Mrs. W. Martin (2)

Box: 3 Folder : 13 Kahn, Florence
Keen, Mrs. Wilson
Keldy, Herbert
Kierney, James (2)
Kouatze, B. C. (2)

Box: 3 Folder : 14 Langtry, Lillie (7)
Lathrop, Frank F., group
Leiter, Mr. J.
Leonard, Imogene (2)
Leonard, Mrs. T. E.
Lessi, Leah (2)
Lessing, Madge (3)
Libby, William H. (2)
Ling, Ritchie
Litt, Mrs. Jacob (2)
Lounsbury, children
Lounsbury, Mrs
Lounsbury, Edith
Lounsbury, Mrs. Richard

Box: 3 Folder : 15 McBirney, Mrs. Day (2)
McDonald, Christy (4)
McFarland, Dr. W. L.
MacGinn, Bonnie (8)
McGaffrey, Dominick
McIntosh, Burr (11)
Mack, Andrew
Mackenzie, M. (3)
Mackay family (2)
McKim family (4)
McKim, C. F.
MacLaren, Miss S. S.
McLean, Mrs. E. W.
McVickers, Noel (3)

Box: 3 Folder : 16 Magowan, Gov.
Maini Jr., A. W. (2)
Marlowe, Julia
Martin (2)
Mason automobile
Mason, Delia (5)
Masterson, Mrs. W. J. (2)
Mathey, Dean
Maxwell, T. (2)
Mengis, Mr. C. E.
Meyer wedding
Millinres, Mme
Mills, Frankie
Montgomery, W. H.
Moore, Miss (2)
Moore, Mr.
Moore, Olive Celeste
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. (3)
Morrison, J. (2)
Morton, Paul (2)
Mosher, Mrs. B. B.
Munn, Dr. D.
Murdock, Mrs. S. J., and children
Murray, Kenneth (4)

Box: 3 Folder : 17 Nash, Mary (2)
Neilson, Miss C.
Nesbit, Evelyn (5)
Nevins, A. P.
Noyes, J. W.
Noyes, Clara J. (2)

Box: 3 Folder : 18 Oatman, E. E.
Odell, Estelle
Oliver, Mrs. Henry
Opp, Julie (8)
Osborn, Mrs. Robert
Osborne (3)
Otis, Mrs. E. P. (3)

Box: 4 Folder : 19 Parker, Olive
Parr family (3)
Passow, Capt.
Peats, Alfred and family (7)
Pennowyer, Miss (2)
Peplow's studio
Petit, Mme. E. (12)
Phillips, Phylis
Pogue, Mrs. Saul F.
Potter Jr., Mrs. E. M. (2)
Power, Tyrone (2)
Proctor, Katherine

Box: 4 Folder : 20 Radford, Mrs. (3)
Radford, Miss B.
Rainsford, Mr. R. E.
Ray, Col. Frank (4)
Ray, Robert
Remsen (3)
Reynolds, Mrs. William H. and children
Rhodes, Mrs. R. R. (2)
Rice, Rev. W. H.
Richman, Charles (11)
Richman, Mrs. Charles (2)
Ricker, Mrs. A. P.
Ring, Blanche (2)
Ring, Florence
Ritchie, Adele (19)
Robinson, Mrs.
Robinson, D. T. L.
Robinson, Elsie
Robson (Belmont), Eleanor (9)
Roosevelt, Theodore
Roseberry, Augusta C.
Rowan, Miss Lansing (2)
Ryan, Elsa (3)

Box: 4 Folder : 21 Sayers, Margaret
Schoen, Charles (2)
Seligman family
Seygard, Mme. Camille (3)
Sharp, Claudine (2)
Shayne, Edith
Sheldon, Suzanne
Shillier, William
Smith, Proctor
Smith, R. A. (4)
Snyder, Mrs. J. E.
Sore, Mrs. Paul O. (4)
Southwick, Laurence (3)
Sperry (2)
Spong, Hilda
Starback family
Stevens, Francis
Stewart, Mrs. J. A.
Stewart, Mrs. M. Gladstone (2)
Stokes, Mrs. T. D.
Stuart, Mrs. E. M. (2)
Stuart, William (2)
Surratt, Valesca (2)
Swann (2)
Swann, Lady (3)

Box: 4 Folder : 22 Taintor, F. V. (2)
Tarrant, Mrs. W. T.
Tennant, Dorothy (Lady Dorothy Stanley) (2)
Thesis, Josephine
Three Little Maids Co. (4)
Tial, Ben
Tiffany, Charles L., residence
Tod, Mrs. J. Kennedy (3)
Tod, Mrs. Robert L.
Truax, Sarah (4)
Truesdale, Mrs. W. H. Z. (3)
Truesdale, William Haynes
Truey, Miss L.
Tynan, B. (5)

Box: 4 Folder : 23 Ulrich, Olive
Box: 4 Folder : 24 Vanbrough, Irene
Van Buren
Van Buren, Mary
Vanderbilt ball (unidentified) (8)
Vanderbilt residence (Alfred G. Vanderbilt) - Adirondacks (11)
Van Riper, Mrs. E. V.

Box: 4 Folder : 25 Waldegram, Lilias (3)
Webb, N. (3)
Weir, Mrs. D. L.
Whiting, Jean (6)
Whitney, A. E.
Whitney, Mrs. Warren
Wilson, Edith
Wilson, Miss F. N. (2)
Wilson, Francis (2)
Wilson, Harry R. (2)
Woodruff, Harry (3)
Woodward, George (3)
Wooley (3)
Wynne, Bessie (8)

Box: 4 Folder : 26 Yerkes, Mabel (2)
Young, Mrs. Redd Johnson


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 5 Folder : 27 Automobiles (4)
Box: 5 Folder : 28 Cuba (39)
Box: 5 Folder : 29 Buildings, identified (61)
Box: 5 Folder : 30 Buildings, unidentified (43)
Box: 5 Folder : 31 Naval ships (22)
Box: 5 Folder : 32 Newport Naval Training Station (8)
Box: 5 Folder : 33 Newport, Rhode Island, sailing ships (6)
Box: 6 Folder : 34 Polo and horse shows (21) - including Orange County Hunts (The Plains, VA), Van Cortlandt Polo Park (Bronx, NY), Westchester Polo Club Grounds (Newport, RI)
Box: 6 Folder : 35 School groups (16) - Hackley School (Tarrytown, NY), St. Paul School (Garden City, NY)
Box: 6 Folder : 36 - 37 Taft trip (92)
Box: 6 Folder : 38 Theater companies (12), including Puff Puff, Woodland, Other Girl.
Box: 6 Folder : 39 Miscellaneous subjects (14)


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 7 Folder : 40 Children (35)
Box: 7 Folder : 41 Men (52)
Box: 7 Folder : 42 Women (192)
Box: 7 Folder : 43 Women (192)
Box: 7 Folder : 44 Women (192)

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Series II. 5 x 7 Prints, ca. 1900 - 1910

Scope and Contents note

Series II. 5 x 7 Inch Prints consists of prints divided into three subseries: Portraits, filed alphabetically by sitter; Subjects, filed alphabetically; and Unidentified Portraits, divided into children, groups, men, and women. The portraits represent the content of Burr McIntosh's monthly magazine, concentrating on society people and many performers, such as animal impersonator George Ali, Ethel Barrymore, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, and Enrico Caruso. This series has fewer subject prints than the others, predominantly consisting of those from horse shows and the Taft trip to the Philippines.


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 8 Folder : 1 Abarbanell, Lina (3)
Abbott, Mrs. Austin
Adams, T. S.
Ainsley, Mrs. W. A.
Alexander, Douglas (4)
Alexander, J. H. (2)
Ali, George (3)
Allen, Rosamund (3)
Allward, Mrs. H. (2)
Anthony, C. D.
Anthony, Ethel (4)
Atherton, G. F. (2)
Atwater, E. S. (2)
Atwater, Mrs. E. S.
Atwater, F. C.
Averill, Mrs Elizabeth
Bacon, Roy (3)
Baker, Mrs. C. D.
Baldwin, William (2)
Ballentine, C. M. (3)
Ballentine, Mrs. George A. (6)
Banfield, Gerard
Barker, Major G. M. (9)
Barker, Dr. P. M. (4)
Barry, Richard
Barrymore, Ethel (23)
Barstow, Mrs. W. A.
Bell, Miss C. B. (4)
Benedict, Walter St. John
Berkeley, Arthur (5)
Berry, Charles K.
Berry, Evelyn (3)
Betts, G. W. (2)
Black, John C. (3)
Blanchard, Ethel
Blanchard, Mrs. H. E.
Blanchard, Maude (2)
Blanchard, R. L. (4)
Blanchard, W. W.
Blass, Mr.
Bond, Mr. H. L.
Bostwick, Mrs. A. C. (2)
Bowne, Miss Marjory (5)
Boyd, A. C.
Brady, Dr. C. T. (4)
Brady, E. B. (2)
Brantingham, Mrs. C. H. (2)
Brevort, W. H. (3)
Brevort, Mrs. W. H. (2)
Briggs, M.
Britton, W. (2)
Brooks Stanley
Brown, Capt. (2)
Brown, Mr. Harrison
Brown, J. J. (2)
Brown, Mrs. Vernon (2)
Browning (2)
Bull, Miss (3)
Butler, C. R. (2)
Calvert, M. P. (2)
Cameron, Alex (2)
Campanari, Mr. (2)
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick (4)
Campbell, W. H.
Carew, Mrs. C. J.
Carew, R. Borden (2)
Carnegie, F. F. (2)
Carr, Louise (3)
Carroll, G. M. (2)
Caruso, Enrico (10)
Chadwick, George B. (6)
Chalfont, Eleanor (4)
Chambers (2)
Chambers, Mrs. Robert W. (2)
Chandler, Mrs.
Chandler, Peter R.
Chapman, Mrs. J.
Chapman, F. D.
Cheatham, Kitty (3)
Cheney, Mrs. J. B.
Chester, George Randolph (6)
Clark, Mrs. F. Ambrose (2)
Clark, Mrs. G. G.
Clark, Mrs. Robert J.
Clark, W.
Clarkson, Mrs. A. C. (2)
Clayton, Mrs. A. P.
Clifford, Evelyn (2)
Clyde, Mrs. W. P.
Cochron, Gifford A.
Coddington, P. M. (2)
Coe, George V.
Cogkendall, Mrs. R. B. (2)
Cole, Mrs. V. T.
Colgate, Florence (3)
Colgate, Mabel (3)
Colgate, S. S. (3)
Colgate, Mrs. S. S. (2)
Comstock, Mr. C. A.
Comstock, Nannette (2)
Conger (2)
Cook, Robert S. (2)
Copens (4)
Corbin, Mrs. W. H.
Corgin, Lt. E. L.
Cornwell (2)
Condert, Renee
Countz, Miss B. C.
Coxcaden, J. S. (2)
Crandell, Dr. R. P.
Crane, F. G. (2)
Crosby, Mrs. Southgate
Custis, L. V.

Box: 9 Folder : unknown container Daggett, Mrs. J. H. (2)
Dalys, Miss Fraser (8)
Davis, Lt. A. H.
Davis, Fay (4)
Davis, John S. (3)
Day, Mrs. H. W.
Deals, Mrs. E. J. (3)
Dewart, W. F. (4)
Dewitt, John R.
Dieterich, Mrs. R. V. (3)
Dodge, William E.
Dodson, Richard (6)
Dominick, G. T. (2)
Dougherty, R. K. (2)
Douglas, Lady Shafer (6)
Donner, P. E.
Drake, Mrs. John
Draper, J. C.
Dresser, Mrs. D. L. R.
Dresser, Martin
Dressler, Marie
Duclos, R. (2)
Dumont (4)
Duryea, Mrs. T. W.
Dutton, Mrs. B. W. (3)
Eastland, J. L.
Eastland, Mrs. L. B.
Eddy, M. S. (4)
Edson, Susan D. (3)
Edwards, Col.
Elliott, J. D.
Elliott, Maxine
Emory, M. V.
Emory, Margerite (3)
Emory Jr., W. H.
Erhardt, J. (3)
Ernst, M. W. (3)
Escott (6)
Fahnstock, Dr. Clarence (2)
Faintor, Mrs. C. B.
Fargo, J. C.
Fargo, S.
Farnam (2)
Farnum, Mrs. Paulding
Farrell Jr., Franklin
Finch, E. (3)
Fish, Mrs. A. E.
Fisher, E. H. (3)
Fisher, Harry A. (5)
Fisher, Mrs. R. P. (2)
Fisher, T. R.
Flackstaff, M. H. (2)
Foote, H. A. (2)
Forster, Henry A. (2)
Frelinhuysen, J. S. (3)
Fremsted, Mme. (2)
French (2)
Frisbie, Miss R. L. (2)
Froelich, Bianca (3)
Fuller, Ann R.
Fuller, H. W.
Fuller, Mrs. J. E. (2)
Gardner, Mrs. W. B. (2)
Gates, Mrs. Charles
Gates, Miss M. A.
Gibney, Dr. (2)
Gifford, Maud (2)
Gilbert, Cass (2)
Gilbert, Mrs. George W. (4)
Gilbert, Rev. W. M.
Giles, H. W. (2)
Gillett, Mrs. Charles W.
Glendenning, E. J.
Glover, Miss A. P. (2)
Glover, August W.
Godfley, E. McM.
Gould (3)
Gould, Mrs. Howard
Graham, Mrs. R. E.
Graves, Mrs. W. L.
Greanes, Mrs. Tracy (5)
Green, Miss M. (2)
Green, Mrs. W. H.
Greenough, William (2)
Griffin, Mrs. J. A. M. (2)
Grossmith, Lawrence (4)
Grove, W. K.
Haden (3)
Hagermann, Mr. H. J. (3)
Hagerty (3)
Haggerty, George V. (2)
Hail, H. H. (2)
Hall, Blanche
Hall, Frank M.
Hall Jr., Mrs. W. M.
Hamilton, Mrs. C. W., baby (2)
Hamilton, G. T. (4)
Hamlin, Conde (3)
Hammerstein, Mrs. R. (4)
Hammett, Mrs. B. M.
Haney (3)
Harding, Mrs. E. L.
Hardy, L. B. (2)
Harriman (3)
Harris, Mrs. A. K. (4)
Harris, Katherine (7)
Harris, Mrs. S. L.
Harris, Mrs. Dwight
Hart (4)
Hartshorne, Katherine B.
Harvey, Paul S.
Hasbrouck (2)
Hatch, W. B.
Havemeyer, A. L. (2)
Hawes, Florence (3)
Hawley, Alan (2)
Hay, E. E.
Hayes, L. R. (2)
Haynes, Mrs. A. D. (2)
Hazlett, Madeleine
Hegeman, Virginia (2)
Heilner, Mrs. M. V. C. (2)
Henderson (2)

Box: 10 Folder : unknown container Hickschie, Mrs. A. A.
Hill (2)
Hilliard, Robert (6)
Hills, Miss A. M. (2)
Hinsdale, F. G. (2)
Haogland, J. A.
Hol, Cassie M.
Hoff, E. W. (3)
Hoffman, M. (5)
Holland, Mildred (2)
Hollister, Thomas
Holt, Mrs. J. S.
Holt, Mrs. L. L.
Homer, Louise (2)
Homer, Capt. C. R. (4)
Hooper, Lewis
Hopkins, Lydia (2)
Houtkock, Vander (2)
Howe, H. D.
Hoyt, E. (3)
Hoyt, F. M. (3)
Hoyt, Mrs. J. B. (2)
Hoyt, O. (2)
Hubbell, George W.
Huddlestone, M. (2)
Hudnut, Mr. R. C. (4)
Huft, Henry
Hume, Miss J. A. (3)
Huncker, (4)
Huneker (4)
Hungerford, K. F. (2)
Hurd (3)
Hurd, F. B. (3)
Hurst, Lt. Paul
Hutchinson, Mrs. Archibald and son (3)
Hyde, Mrs. W. W.
Huyler, Mrs. A. V.
Ingersoll, H. E. (2)
Irwin, Mrs. J. N.
Iselin, W. O'D. (4)
Ivins, Clinton
Jackel, Leonore (2)
Jackel, T. B.
James, Mrs. R. H.
Jay, William
Jennings, E. H.
Johnson, Mrs. Davis (3)
Johnson, E. (3)
Kane, E. (6)
Keane, James (2)
Kendall, William (2)
Kennedy, William J. (2)
Keyser, Mrs. W. B. and child (4)
Kidd, Mary Parson (4)
Knight, F. N.
Knox, P. C.
Koehler, Hugo W. (2)
Kreischer, Mrs. George F.
Lambart, Ernest
Lang, Rev. David
Lang, Mathewson (5)
Laschelle, Kirk (2)
Laughlin, James B. (3)
Lavie, Cornelia
Laws, F. B. (3)
Leary, James D. (2)
Leary, James T. (2)
Leith, Alex
L'Engle Madeleine
Levy (3)
Liggett, Mrs. T.
Livingston, B. W. (5)
Lockwood, Mrs.
Lockwood, William F.
Lonnin, Alice (3)
Lounsbury, Edith (2)
Lowell, Anne Shipley (3)
Lyon, J. Dennison
Lystix, Dr. C. T.
McAdoo (3)
McAlton, Lois
McCarty, Martin B. (2)
McClaren, Percy (2)
MacDonald, Christy
McEwan, Martin
McGann, Mrs. R. Mitchell (2)
McGrew, R. A.
McIntosh, Burr (5)
McKane, John (4)
Mackay (4)
Mackey (6)
McKim, Mrs. Smith H.
McMichael, Miss A. T.
McMichael, Miss L. C.
McMichael, Mrs. L. C. (2)
McMillan, Mrs. G. K.
Mclyn, Alice (3)
Macy, Mrs. O. C.
Magee, Mrs. Thomas (2)
Maitland, Lady
Maltby, F. (3)
Manning, J. J.
Manton, Jessie M. (2)
Marbury, Elizabeth (4)
Marks, A. M. (3)
Marchall (2)
May, Edna (3)
Mayo, John C. C. (3)
Medarro, Mrs. Henry
Mellon, Miss W. L. (2)
Mercer, Mrs. Carroll
Milliken, Dr. S. M.
Mills, Mrs Hepworth (3)
Mitchell, A. D. (2)
Mitchell, Malcolm (2)
Mittencoix, P. W. K. (2)
Mixell, B. B.
Moehlman, Mr.
Moore (6)
Moore, A. C. (5)
Moore, John W. (2)
Morgan child (2)
Morgan, W. .F. (4)
Morton, Pauline (3)
Munseyo, Frank
Munson, J. W. (2)
Murdock (2)
Murray, A. Gordon (2)
Murray, Olive (2)
Murrison, I.
Myers, Marguerite
Myles, B. (3)
Myles, Dr. Robert C. (2)

Box: 11 Folder : unknown container Nelson, Paul (2)
Nevins, A. I.
Newman, Marion
Oakes Jr., Mrs. F. J.
Oakley, Mrs. R. F.
Odell, Estelle (2)
Ortigan, M. C. (2)
Osborn, Mrs Robert (2)
Otis (6)
Outcault, Mr. R. F. (2)
Outhwaite, Mrs. J. H. (2)
Overholt, Vinton (2)
Page, Florence
Page, Howard D.
Page, W. H.
Page, Mrs. Howard (2)
Palmer, Muriel (3)
Parker, Olive
Parnmore, Mrs. E. E. C. (2)
Parr, H. A.
Parrott, Mrs. E. F. (5)
Parvis, Mr.
Peacock, C. N.
Peacock, Roland
Pearson, E. R.
Pell (3)
Percival, W.
Perrin, Oliver (2)
Petree, Simon
Pierce, Mrs. W. K.
Pitney, Mrs. J. C. H.
Plant family, New London (60)
Platt (4)
Pomeyer, D. G.
Porter, Erskine (3)
Porter, Mrs. H. F. J.
Post, Ethel M. (2)
Potter, Clarence (2)
Potter, Helen (2)
Potter, Dr. W. W. (4)
Pratt, Henry A.
Preston, Mrs. James (2)
Pourtalis, Constance (2)
Prussing, Louise (3)
Quincy (2)
Rand, Mary (2)
Randolph, Ellen (2)
Rankin, Mrs. J. M.
Rapphold, Mme. (5)
Rauch, William
Reed, Mrs. Legrand (2)
Rees (2)
Remsen (2)
Remsen, Wagstaff (2)
Reynolds (3)
Reynolds, William H. (3)
Rhodes, Mrs. R. (2)
Rice, Rev. W. H.
Richards, Eben (2)
Richards, Dr. G. A. (3)
Riggs, R. R.
Riker, Mrs. A. P. (3)
Rinord, Tyndale
Ripley, S. D. (5)
Robertson, Mrs. J. A. (3)
Robertson, Josephine (2)
Robinson (2)
Robinson, Mrs. Anson F. (4)
Robinson, Beverly (3)
Roosevelt, Miss D. L. (3)
Roseberry, Augusta C.
Runyon, Mrs. Clarson
Samaroff, Mme. Olga (6)
Sanford, Samuel (4)
Sarg, Mrs. Paul
Schley, E. B. (2)
Schley, K. B. (2)
Schouzer, Dr. Fritz (2)
Scottie, Antonio (2)
Scoville, E.
Scoville, L.
Scoville, M. F. (2)
Scutter, Mrs. J. T. (2)
Seagrove, Katherine (2)
Sedgewick, Mr. C. S. (2)
Sharpe (6)
Sherry, D.
Sherwood, Phyllis (8)
Shevlin (2)
Shevlin, T. H. (2)
Shevlin, V. W. (3)
Shillaber, William
Sholley, Jan
Silvers, W. Russell (2)
Simler, George (2)
Simter, Freda
Sinclair, Alys (2)
Singer, Mrs. Henry W. (3)
Six, Capt. P. E.
Sizer (3)
Sloan, Mrs. A. Baldwin (2)
Smith, Charles E. (2)
Smith, F. Vinton (3)
Smith, Jewell V. (2)
Smith, Karl B. (2)
Smith, Martin W.
Smith, Proctor (2)
Smith, R. A. (2)
Smithers, Charles
Smithwick, Jones F.
Sore, Mrs. Paul O. (2)
Sperr, W. K.
Stark, Francis Raymond (2)
Sterling, Robert V. (2)
Stetson, C. M.
Stevens, R. M. (3)
Stewart, Douglas
Stewart, G. M.
Stewart, Mrs. J. A. (2)
Stillman, C. R. (2)
Stinson, Helen (3)
Storey, Adele
Stuart, Mrs. D. A.
Swann, Edward

Box: 12 Folder : unknown container Talbot, H. R.
Tallman, Mrs. A. V.
Taylor, John I.
Taylor, Mrs. William H.
Teal, Ben (2)
Terry, Mrs. T. L.
Thaw, William (3)
Theis, Josephine
Thomas, A. D.
Thomas, Mrs. Addison
Throwdy, Mrs. G. F. (2)
Tisdale, Mrs. John M.
Tod, Mrs. J. Kennedy
Todd, M. B.
Todd, R. D.
Truesdale, Mrs. W. H. (4)
Tuck, Margaret
Twomdy, Mrs M. B. (3)
Untermeyer, Mrs. (2)
Van Buren, Mrs. I. B.
Van Dusen, Mrs. A. C. (2)
Van Kleck, Mrs. William H.
Van Kloster, Karen
Van Riper, Mrs. F. V.
Van Riper, K. (4)
Van Vaar, C. A.
Van Vleck (5)
Vandergrift, J. J. (5)
Veugiere, E. R.
Viele, Francis S. (2)
Vogt, E. L. (3)
Voorhees, Fred
Voree, Virginia (2)
Vredenburgh, J. V.
Vredenburgh III, Peter
Wadsworth, Nellie
Walcott (4)
Walker, Charlotte
Walker, Edith (4)
Walker, Jay
Walsh, Mrs. (8)
Walter, Edwin (3)
Walton, E. G. (2)
Warfield, Gov.
Warfield, Florence
Warner, H. B. (4)
Warwick, Robert (3)
Washington, Mrs. G. A.
Weekes, Harold (4)
Wendell (3)
Wentworth, Mrs. J. W.
Westley, John (4)
Wheaton, John W. (3)
Whife, Nellie V. R. (2)
Whitehouse, Julie
Whiting, M. W. (2)
Whitney, A. E. (3)
Whitney, Mrs. Warren (2)
Wilcoxson (4)
Wilson, Ethel (3)
Wilson, Francis (3)
Wilson, Harry R.
Wilson, R. F. (2)
Winter, A. E. (2)
Woodruff, Harry
Woods, Allen D. (3)
Woodworth, Helen
Worth, Elsie (2)
Wyatt, Mrs. Stephen (4)
Wynant, Frances (2)
Yerkes, Mabel


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 12 Folder : unknown container Horse shows (27)
Philippines (8)
Street scene


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 12 Folder : unknown container Children (19)
Groups (21)

Box: 13 Folder : unknown container Men (203)
Women (423)

Box: 14 Folder : unknown container Women (con't)

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Series III. 11 x 14 inch Prints, ca. 1900 - 1910

Scope and Contents note

Series III. 11 x 14 Inch Prints. This series consists of prints divided into three subseries: Portraits, filed alphabetically by sitter; Subjects, filed alphabetically; and Unidentified Portraits divided into groups in exterior settings, groups in interior settings, men, and women. Unlike the other series, identified portraits is the smallest subseries in this series, but does contain portraits of significant people including Theodore Roosevelt, Ethel Barrymore, and William Howard Taft. Theatrical scenes, with costumes and a limited use of set, form an important portion of the subject subseries, including those of Broadway shows with Ethel Barrymore, who is represented in some of the scenes. Other notable images that are unique to this series document the first car show at Madison Square Garden, and school music and sports teams. George P. Hall is also the only credited photographer, outside of Burr McIntosh himself, in this collection, and is represented by his portrait of the Greenwood wedding party in 1900.


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 15 Folder : 45 Bache, Julia
Barrymore, Ethel (5)
Marlowe, Julia (2)
Nesbit, Evelyn
Ritchie, Adele
Caruso, Enrico (5)
Chester, Arthur
Cleveland, Grover (3)
Greenwood wedding party (George P. Hall, photographer, ca. 1900)
Langerman, James N. S.
Roosevelt, Theodore (2)
Taft, William Howard (2)


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 15 Folder : 46 Baltimore House Show (20)
Broadway Board of Trade banquet

Box: 15 Folder : 47 Columbia Boat House club house on Hudson River (2)
Cuba (9)
Mrs. Gilbert's funeral (3)

Box: 15 Folder : 48 Houses, exterior (5)
First Madison Square Garden Auto Show (5)
Manhasset Bay Yacht Club (5)

Box: 15 Folder : 49 Morris Park (4)
Music groups, predominantly Cornell Glee Club (7)
Palm Beach Hotel (9)

Box: 15 Folder : 50 Rockaway Hunt club house (4)
Sherry's dining room
Sport teams, including St. Paul's Hockey Club (13)

Box: 16 Folder : 51 Theatrical groups and scenes (54)
Box: 16 Folder : 52 Vanderbilt coach (11)


Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 16 Folder : 53 Groups, exteriors (4)
Box: 17 Folder : 54 Groups, interiors (14)
Box: 17 Folder : 55 Men (24)
Box: 17 Folder : 56 Women (48)

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Series IV. Glass Plate Negatives, ca. 1900 - 1910

Scope and Contents note

Series IV. Glass Plate Negatives This series is divided into two subseries based on size: 5 x 7 inch plates, filed alphabetically by sitter; and 8 x 10, filed alphabetically by sitter, followed by miscellaneous subjects and unidentified portraits. These approximately 600 glass plates are the only remaining negatives from the original 1942 donation. Only a very selected few have been printed; those prints are found in Series I and II. Otherwise, the vast bulk of these images exist only in this format. The majority of this series is made up of portraits, with the only miscellaneous subjects being the Taft trip to the Philippines, hot springs in Virginia, theatrical companies, and the 1906 Yale/Princeton football game.

The glass plate negatives were once in the negative file but are now reunited intellectually with the Burr McIntosh prints. The prefix is still on the enclosures but is no longer pertinent.


Container 1     Title Date
Box: Glass Abington, W. L. (6)
Adams, Maude (5)
B-, Eleanor D.
Barrymore, Ethel (3)
Barrymore, John (2)
Bates, Blanche (10)
Bellew, Kyrle
Belmont, Frances
Bentley, Irene (6)
Bingham, Amelia
Bloodgood (2)
Bloodgood, Clara (8)
Bloodgood, Mrs.J. (3)
Brokaw, H. C.
Brokaw, Irving
Burton, T. J. (2)
Byron, Arthur
Cahill, Miss M. (2)
Campbell, Mrs Patrick (7)
Carls, Emma (2)
Caruso, Enrico (7)
Chawnor, R. (Daly's Theatre)
Cheatham, Kitty
Craigolynne, Mrs. B.
Daly, Arnold
Davis, Miss P. (3)
Davis, Richard Harding
De Angelis, Jefferson (9)
De Wolf, Miss G.
Douglass (2)
Dunne, Peter F.
Elliott, Maxine (19)
Englande, Ludwig (2)
Fahnstock, Dr. Clarence (2)
Fealy, Maude
Fernandez, Bijou (2)
Fieldruff, Harry (3)
Finlay (2)
Finlay, Mrs.
Finlay, G. (4)
Fitch, Clyde (3)
Fox, Eddie (2)
Froelich, Bianca (3)
Freustad, Mme.
Gibson, Charles Dana (2)
Gilbert, Cass (2)
Gilbert, Mrs. G. H. (2)
Gilbert, H.
Gilman, Mabelle (6)
Glaser, Lulu (4)
Glendenning, John (2)
Goodman, Thelma
Gould, Mr. (3)
Gould, F. J. (2)
Green children
Green, Charles M.
Greene, Daisy
Gregory, Heath (5)
Hackett, James K.
Haggin, Ben Ali
Haines, Mrs. G. G. (3)
Hanna, Joseph
Harper, Belle
Haworth, Joseph (8)
Heyer, Miss G. (3)
Heyer, Mrs. G. (2)
Howard, George W.
Hooper, Edna Wallace (12)
Hope, Beryl
Hohenlohe, Prince (6)
Homer, Louise (2)
Irving, H. F.
Jaimson, Mrs.
Jaygard, M.
Langtry, Lillie (15)
Lansing, R.
Lederer Jr., George W.
Lewis, Miss. J.
Lounsbury, H. R.
Loynne, Bassie
McIntosh, Burr (2)
Maginn, Bonnie (22)
Maginn, L.
Marlow, Mrs.
Marlow, Miss J.
Marlow, Julia (2)
Metcalfe, James A. (3)
Miller, Henry
Montenesque, Count
Nielson, C.
Norris, William (3)
Oatman, E. A. (3)
Parson, G. W. (3)
Power, Tyrone (3)
Rapphold, Mme. (5)
Ricardo, Amy (2)
Richman, Charles (2)
Riggs, Gen.Clinton (3)
Robson, Eleanor (25)
Rowan, Lansing
Saint Saens, Camille (3)
Sanaroff, Olga (6)
Scheff, Fritzi (7)
Schley, E. B.
Scotti, Antonio
Seygard, Mme. Camille (5)
Spong, Hilda (3)
Sullivan, John T.
Taylor, G.
Tesla, Nikola
Thom-, L. G. L.
Truax, Sarah (3)
Tynan, Mr. B (4)
Tynan, Mrs. B (3)
Vidal, Clarita (5)
Walker, Charlotte
Warner, Mr. H. B.
Westcott, Eva (6)
Whiting, Mr. M. W. (2)
Whiney, F. C. (2)
Wilson, Francis (14)
Woodruff (2)
Woodruff, Harry (3)
Woodruff, Mrs. L. (2)
Wynne, Bessie (4)
Unidentified (30)


Container 1     Title Date
Box: Glass Abbott, Bessie (4)
Allen, Viola
Barrymore, Ethel (3)
Barrymore, Jack
Barrymore, John (2)
Bloodgood, Clara
Burke, Billie (2)
Campbell (3)
Conquest, Ida
De Angelis, Jefferson (3)
Edeson, Robert (2)
Elliot, Maxine
Eustee, Mrs. J.
Franko (2)
Gould, Majorie
Hopper, Edna Wallace (3)
Huntley, G. P.
Lessing, Madge (3)
McIntosh, Burr (2)
McKim, C. F.
Miller, Henry
Morris, Dave Henner
Nadje, Mlle.
Nesbit, Evelyn (2)
Paetz, John
Power, Tyrone
Proctor, Catherine
Rapphold, Mme. (4)
Riley, Mrs.
Samaroff, Mme.
Sayers, Margaret
Schumann-Heinck, Mme. (2)
Sheldon, Suzanne
Spong, Hilda (2)
Tarkington, Booth
Tynan, B. (3)
Van Rooy, Anton
Woodruff, Harry
Hot Springs, Virginia (4)
Taft trip (33)
Theatrical companies (Three Little Girls company) (3)
Yale/Princeton game, 1906
Unidentified (19)

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