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Image of PS2906_048 - Small Photograph Collections

PS2906_048 - Small Photograph Collections

Hartford daughters and most likely their husbands near the Hartford family summer cottage, Rye, NH. The man on the left may be Alexander W. Scarborough, husband of Beatrice Hartford Scarborough (later McGraw). The man covered in sand is believed to be William "Billy" Nelson, husband of Emma Hartford Nelson. Emma H. Nelson is behind him. To the far right is believed to be Beatrice Hartford Scarborough (later McGraw). Image comes from a small black scrapbook of 112 images of the Hartford family at 133 Miller Ave. in Portsmouth, NH. Images depict a range of locations and time periods in no particular order that include the following subjects: a cruise along the Hudson River; family life

Image of PS2906_096 - Small Photograph Collections

PS2906_096 - Small Photograph Collections

Unidentified friend or relative of Justin D. Hartford at the summer home of F.W. Hartford and family on Rye Beach, Rye, NH. The young man might be classmate or Justin's brother-in-law Alexander Scarborough. Image comes from a small black scrapbook of 112 images of the Hartford family at 133 Miller Ave. in Portsmouth, NH. Images depict a range of locations and time periods in no particular order that include the following subjects: a cruise along the Hudson River; family life at their house in Portsmouth; the cottage along Rye Beach, NH; the prep school dormitory of son, Justin; the graduation of daughter Emma; a baseball team, etc. Fernando W. Hartford was the publisher of the Ports

Image of PS2906_097 - Small Photograph Collections

PS2906_097 - Small Photograph Collections

Unidentified friends or relatives of F.W. Hartford and his family at their summer cottage on Rye Beach, Rye, NH. Caption of PS2906_098 identifies the two women on the left as "Mae and Mrs. Follansbee." According to the Portsmouth Herald, Henry O. Follansbee and his wife, Frances W., were guests of the Hartford family several times. The Follansbees were of Concord, NH. The person identified as "Mae" could possibly be Mae Gowen. The eldest Hartford daughter, Beatrice, married Alexander Scarborough who had boarded with the Gowen family around 1910. The unidentified young man may be Alexander Scarborough. Image comes from a small black scrapbook of 112 images of the Hartford family a

Image of PS2906_103 - Small Photograph Collections

PS2906_103 - Small Photograph Collections

Justin D. Hartford (right) and an unidentified friend or relative at the summer home of F.W. Hartford and family on Rye Beach, Rye, NH. The young man might be classmate or Justin's brother-in-law Alexander Scarborough. The dog may be identifiable, too. Justin's sister Emma Hartford (later Nelson) had a bull terrier named "Beauty" that was killed by another dog in late July 1911. Image comes from a small black scrapbook of 112 images of the Hartford family at 133 Miller Ave. in Portsmouth, NH. Images depict a range of locations and time periods in no particular order that include the following subjects: a cruise along the Hudson River; family life at their house in Portsmouth; the c