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Betsy F. (Dow) Kelley 1818-1895
Betsy F. (Dow) Kelley 1818-1895
Status: Located;  
 
52
Bilger/Christy Family
Bilger/Christy Family
Status: Located; Wedding Day - June 1912
Katherine Christy & Harry Bilger 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
56
Blette/Bilger Family
Blette/Bilger Family
Status: Located; George Blette & Elizabeth Bilger
Mary Bilger, Maid of Honor
02 Sep 1940 St. Agnes Church, Springfield, IL 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
59
Bob and the Catch-of-the Day
Bob and the Catch-of-the Day
Status: Located; 720 lbs of marlin 
 
60
Boy and Dip Net - Forest Glen
Boy and Dip Net - Forest Glen
Status: Located; Human Interest 
 
61
Boy and Dog - Forest Glen
Boy and Dog - Forest Glen
Status: Located; Human Interest 
 
62
Boys' Auto
Boys' Auto
Status: Located; Human Interest 
 
63
Brig. General George William Taylor 1808-1862
Brig. General George William Taylor 1808-1862
Status: Located; Click on George William Taylor in the Civil War to find a biography and additional photos.

Source: Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com). Photo submitted Nov 2001 by Ron Deavy. 
 
64
Brookland Hall, Catholic University
Brookland Hall, Catholic University
Status: Located;  
 
65
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
66
Camp Flapentex - Fred Freeman and Friend, c. 1899
Camp Flapentex - Fred Freeman and Friend, c. 1899
Status: Located; A New Hampshire hunting camp originally built by three friends from Florida, Pennsylvania and Texas. Note Fred pulling the string to trigger the camera. 
 
67
Camp Waziyata, Bob & Dick Nellson (1929)
Camp Waziyata, Bob & Dick Nellson (1929)
Status: Located;  
 
68
Carl Alvin Cristofferson 1906-1996
Carl Alvin Cristofferson 1906-1996
Status: Located;  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
70
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
71
Carolyn L. Heath 1880-
Carolyn L. Heath 1880-
Status: Located; About 1905 (age 25) 
 
72
Carrie S. (Nellson) Sleeper (1896)
Carrie S. (Nellson) Sleeper (1896)
Status: Located;  
 
73
Cartwright & Donovan Family (1937)
Cartwright & Donovan Family (1937)
Status: Located; Photograph by Richard Chase Cartwright 1937 
 
74
Cartwright & Johnston Family (1906)
Cartwright & Johnston Family (1906)
Status: Located; This family photograph was taken at the Johnston homestead in Dorchester following the ordination of William John Cartwright. 
 
75
Cartwright Homestead Revere Harbor View (ca. 1875)
Cartwright Homestead Revere Harbor View (ca. 1875)
Status: Located; This view of the Revere harbor is from the third floor of the Cartwright home on Florence Avenue. The large waterfront hotel at the foot of Shirley Avenue is likely the Hotel Vue DeLeau (previously known as the Pavillion and the Strathmore). It was located on what was then known as RailRoad Avenue which is now the Revere Beach Boulevard. The name Vue DeLeau came about because the hotel, with its attached narrow gauge railroad train station, served fine French cuisine.

The barnlike structure in front of it, at the corner of Shirley and Ocean Avenues, is the Vue DeLeau stables.

Citation: Support in identifying buildings and general background was provided by Bob Upton of the RevereBeach.com/Media team. 
 
76
Cartwright Siblings (1898)
Cartwright Siblings (1898)
Status: Located; Taken in the back yard of the Galucia home in Dedham, Mass. Mary Smith is John Cartwright's 3rd wife. 
 
77
Cartwright/Johnston - Casual Sunday in Revere
Cartwright/Johnston - Casual Sunday in Revere
Status: Located; The Cartwright homestead in Revere was a favorite gathering place for the neighborhood teenagers. Note the telescope for watching the boats in the harbor. John's daughter Mary Elizabeth (1869-1947) tells of sighting her older brother David (1862-1926) sailing back into the harbor (towing a dinghy) and shouting out, "Everybody look. Here comes David with his tender behind." Needless to say, young Mary was mortified when the entire group broke out laughing.  
 
78
Cartwright/McKenney Family - Christmas 1902
Cartwright/McKenney Family - Christmas 1902
Status: Located; Deborah (Chase) McKenney identified by comparing facial characteristics and age with daughter Charlotte. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
80
Catherine Cameron Freeman (1998)
Catherine Cameron Freeman (1998)
Status: Located;  
 
81
Catherine Cunningham
Catherine Cunningham
Status: Located;  
 
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Catholic University
Catholic University
Status: Located;  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
84
Charles Augustus Cushman 1818-
Charles Augustus Cushman 1818-
Status: Located; Brother of Charlote S. Cushman about 1865 (age 47).

Citation: Charles Augustus Cushman; Charlotte Cushman Photo Album, Cushman Papers, vol 3, pg 4; Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
86
Charles W. Cartwright, Sr. (1952)
Charles W. Cartwright, Sr. (1952)
Status: Located;  
 
87
Charles Worth Cartwright 1789-1873
Charles Worth Cartwright 1789-1873
Status: Located; About 1870 (age 81) 
 
88
Charles Worth Cartwright 1789-1873
Charles Worth Cartwright 1789-1873
Status: Located; About 1870 (age 81) 
 
89
Charles Worth Cartwright 1789-1873
Charles Worth Cartwright 1789-1873
Status: Located; About 1840 (age 51) 
 
90
Charles Worth Cartwright, Jr. (1970)
Charles Worth Cartwright, Jr. (1970)
Status: Located;  
 
91
Charles Worth Cartwright, Sr. (1945)
Charles Worth Cartwright, Sr. (1945)
Status: Located;  
 
92
Charlotte Constance Johnston
Charlotte Constance Johnston
Status: Located;  
 
93
Charlotte Constance Johnston 1845-1917
Charlotte Constance Johnston 1845-1917
Status: Located; About 1873 (age 28) 
 
94
Charlotte Cushman as Meg Merriles (ca, 1870)
Charlotte Cushman as Meg Merriles (ca, 1870)
Status: Located; Charlotte Cushman was identified most strongly with her role as the witch, Meg Merriles, in Sir Walter Scott's Guy Mannering. Director George Pierce Baker recalled the impact of seeing Charlotte as Meg Merriles as a young boy: "I knew the theatre first, I think, at the age of six. Then in early but intense recognition of the genius of Charlotte Cushman in Meg Merrilies, I was, for the good of the public, removed shrieking from the theatre."

Citations:
  • Wisner Payne Kinne, George Pierce Baker and the American Theatre (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1945), pg 5.

  • Charlote Cushman as Meg Merriles, Brady-Hanford Photograph Collection, Glass Negative; Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
 
 
95
Charlotte Johnston - Elocutionist
Charlotte Johnston - Elocutionist
Status: Located;  
 
96
Charlotte Saunders Cushman 1816-1876
Charlotte Saunders Cushman 1816-1876
Status: Located; About 1874 (age 58)

Citation: Charlotte S. Cushman; Biography File: Cushman, Charlotte 1816-1876; photograph by Frederick Gutekunst 1831-1917; Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. 
 
97
Chatham Light
Chatham Light
Status: Located; Places 
 
98
Cherry Blossums
Cherry Blossums
Status: Located;  
 
99
Christmas Morning 1950
Christmas Morning 1950
Status: Located; Annotation: Our dog is "Prince, a German Shepherd." We had to put "Shep" to sleep - his disposition did not improve."

David Freeman remembers...
Note the "romantic" christmas gift - typical of those chosen by the Freeman men. I recall giving my ex a used portable singer sewing machine (better than the old non-Singer she had) for a birthday gift in 1961. I'm the only one that used it from that day on. 
 
100
Churning Butter
Churning Butter
Status: Located; Human Interest 
 

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