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Box 19

Cross Family Archive Items - Miscellaneous

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Box 19 Folder 1 Simons, D.A. [Carte-de-visite of Henry Clay Cross]; photograph. (10 x 6 cm). no date.

Bust portrait of a young man turned slightly left with his hair combed over, a striped bow tie and a moustache.

Box 19 Folder 2 Unknown artist. [Photographic print of Joseph Cross]; photograph. (9.5 x 6 cm). no date.

Bust portrait of a man facing and looking right. He has wrinkles, is balding and has a white beard. He is wearing a dark coat and tie.

Box 19 Folder 3 Pepper, Arthur F. [Cabinet card of Joel Foster Cross]; photograph. (16.5 x 10.5 cm). ca. 1888.

Bust portrait of a young man looking left with dark eyes and along moustache. He is wearing a collared shirt with checks, a dark coat and tie. See similar photograph in Box 19 Folder 4.

Box 19 Folder 4 Pepper, Arthur F. [Cabinet card of Joel Foster Cross]; photograph. (16.5 x 10 cm). March 29, 1888.

Bust portrait of a young man looking left with dark eyes and a long moustache. He is wearing a collared shirt with checks, a dark coat and tie. See similar photograph in Box 19 Folder 3.

Box 19 Folder 5 Pepper, Arthur F. [Cabinet card of Emma Augusta Cross]; photograph. (16.5 x 10 cm). No date.

Bust portrait of a young woman facing the viewer eyes looking right. She has flowers tied around her neck and is wearing a dark coat with buttons. Her bangs are curled.

Box 19 Folder 6 Vickery. [Cabinet card of Henry Clay Cross?]; photograph. (16.5 x 11 cm). No date.

Portrait from the waist of a seated man facing right. He is wearing a dark coat and vest and bow tie with stars. He has closely cropped hair and a moustache.

Box 19 Folder 7 Chadbourne Photo Co. [Unidentified man and church]; photograph. (13.5 x 20.5 cm). No date.

Cased photograph with glass covering; image to the left is a church building on a street corner and a man standing in front. Image to the right is a man looking left with long sideburns and a strong chin and nose.

Box 19 Folder 8 Heald & Co. [Unidentified woman]; photograph. (16.5 x 10.5 cm). No date.

Bust portrait of a woman facing left her hair pulled back and her bangs curled. She is wearing a high collared shirt with lace and a broach.

Box 19 Folder 9 Partridge. [Two unidentified children]; photograph. (16.5 x 10.5 cm). No date.

Two children. The one seated to the right appears to be a boy in a velvet dress with lace collar and tie. The child to the right is standing and clasping her brother’s hand. She is wearing a white dress with collar.

Box 19 Folder 10 Unknown artist. [Two unidentified women]; photograph. (10.5 x 13 cm). No date.

Two women seated in a parlor. One is holding a fan in her lap and looking up wearing a striped dress. A woman seated to the left is older with glasses and her hands folded. Between them is a round table with a lamp. There is artwork on the wall.

Box 19 Folder 11 Partridge. [Two babies – Channing and Dana]; photograph. (10.5 x 16 cm). August 25, 1884.

Two seated babies wearing white looking slightly right. The back is labeled “Channing and Dana 16 months. Photo’d Aug 25, 84.”

Box 19 Folder 12 Unknown artist. [Cabinet card of a house and road]; photograph. (16 x 10.5 cm). no date.

A large mansion with a wrap around porch and circular towers and numerous windows. In front of the house is a fence and a path. The house is set in a circle and outside is a patch of grass. There is a woman and a child sitting on the front steps.

Box 19 Folder 13 Unknown artist. [Cabinet card of a house and road]; photograph. (16 x 10.5 cm). no date.

A large mansion with a wrap around porch and circular towers and numerous windows. In front of the house is a fence and a path. The house is set in a square and outside is a path with a man steering a horse drawn wagon of grass. There is a woman and a child sitting on the front steps.

Box 19 Folder 14 Unknown artist. [Cabinet card group portrait in front of a school]; photograph. (13 x 21.5 cm). no date.

A large group portrait with numerous students of different ages standing and sitting on the steps of a school. There are both men and women and they are in front of an opening with four archways.

Box 19 Folder 15 A.E.H. and Henry Clay Cross (1852-1913). [Let us make a fire]; pencil on boxwood. (16.5 x 10.5 cm). 1860.

Image featuring two young boys in the woods with coats, breeches and boots; there is a house behind them in the distance. The one to the right has his arm extended. Image is labeled at the bottom “Let us make a fire.” Artist initials in lower right are “A.E.H.” [note on file indicates could possibly be by Henry Walker Herrick (1824-1906)].

 


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