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Image of P49_146 - Rice Public Library Collection

P49_146 - Rice Public Library Collection

Child, member of the Clayton Sawyer family, Kittery Point, Maine. Rice Public Library #207.

P6.25c - Robert Gilmore and Bruce Ingmire Photograph Collec

TENNIS PHOTO SHOWING MARY PEPPERELL FROST, JAMES COWAN SAWYER,ETHEL DEVIN & JEREMIAH SMITH JR.

Image of PS2046 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2046 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Tintype of a seated woman and two young children, members of the Frost-Sawyer family of Dover, NH.

Image of PS2047 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2047 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Tintype of two women who are members of the Frost-Sawyer family of Durham, NH. The Frost family settled in New Castle, NH, and some of them moved to Durham ca. 1800.

Image of PS2048 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2048 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Oval miniature of Jonathan Sawyer (1817-1891) of Dover, NH. Born in Marlborough, NH, he married Martha Perkins of Barnard, Vermont, on June 25, 1839. He was superintendent of a woolen mill in New York, then he and his brother Zenas took over the management of the Dover Mills in 1851. The image is a black and white photograph of a watercolor painting done on ivory. The original painting may have been done at the time of his marriage to Martha Perkins.

Image of PS2049 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2049 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Oval miniature of Martha Perkins Sawyer (1816-1896) of Barnard, Vermont, who married Jonathan Sawyer in 1839. Beginning in 1851 they lived in Dover, NH, where Jonathan Sawyer and his brother Zenas managed the Dover Mills. This is a black and white photograph of a colored watercolor painting on ivory. The original may have been painted to commemorate their marriage.

Image of PS2050 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2050 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Image of Sir William Pepperrell (1696-1759) of Kittery Point, Maine. This is a photograph of an oil painting probably done by Thomas Hudson, titled 'General Sir William Pepperrell, Bart.' The original is now lost.

Image of PS2051 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2051 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Hand-tinted photograph of Augusta Tibbits, a member of the Frost-Sawyer family of Dover, NH.

Image of PS2052 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2052 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Daguerreotype of 'my grand aunt Nancy Rollins Hale?' She could be Ann W. Rollins, daughter of Daniel Rollins and Martha Weeks Rollins, who married Samuel Hale of Rollinsford on March 19, 1822. She was born in Somersworth in the 1790s. Image is attributed to Southworth and Hawes.

Image of PS2053 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2053 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Ruby ambrotype of an unidentified man connected with the Frost-Sawyer Family of Dover, NH.

Image of PS2054 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2054 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Cased daguerreotype of Kate Brinley Adams, a member of the Frost-Sawyer family of Dover, NH.

Image of PS2056 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2056 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Unidentified woman who could be closely related to the man in PS2057. He is possibly a Rollins of Dover, NH, or Rollinsford, NH.

Image of PS2057 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2057 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Daguerreotype of an unidentified man, possibly a member of the Rollins family of Dover or Rollinsford, NH. See also PS2056. Image attributed to Southworth and Hawes.

Image of PS2058 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

PS2058 - Frost-Sawyer Collection

Photograph in a daguerreotype case of Elizabeth Sawyer of Durham, NH, being held by Grandpa. Photograph was taken in Andover.