|Title||J. H. Harrison |
|Photographer||Hostetler, J. B. |
|Studio Name/Location||Hostetler Studio, Davenport, Iowa |
|Date Original||ca. 1900 |
|Description||Group photograph of thirteen people; ten females and three males. The eldest couple, wearing eyeglasses, is seated in the middle surrounded by the others. |
|Location Depicted||Davenport, Scott County, Iowa |
|Subject||Harrison, J. H.|
Harrison, Jacob Hugh
Harrison, Frances "Fannie" Elizabeth McAllister
Judd, Minnie I. Harrison
Snider, Mary E. Harrison
Harrison, Sarah H.
Harrison, Frances E.
Harrison, Edward R.
Harrison, Wilfred H.
Clothing & dress
|Notes||The original negative envelope is labeled "J. H. Harrison". Based on census information from 1870, 1880, 1900 and 1910, Davenport city directories, and the obituary of Jacob Hugh Harrison (Davenport Democrat, 3Jan1904, page 8) it is probable this is the family of Jacob Hugh Harrison, a pharmacist and leading Davenport community member and his wife, Frances "Fannie" Elizabeth (McAllister) Harrison. They had nine children, all of whom are accounted for in this photograph. There are also two granddaughters in this image, Frances and Helen Judd, the daughters of their eldest daughter, Minnie I. (Harrison) Judd. Mr. Harrison died 1January1904. |
|Ordering Information||Please contact Davenport Public Library at (563) 326-7902 or firstname.lastname@example.org |
|Image Number||X397 |
|Repository||Richardson-Sloane Special Collections Center, Davenport Public Library, 321 Main Street, Davenport, Iowa 52801 |
|Repository Collection||Hostetler Studio Collection |
|Object Description||1 negative : glass, b&w ; 8 x 10 in. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Digital image captured using a Microtek ScanMaker 9600XL with transparent media adapter. TIFF file created from a glass negative scanned at 8-bit grayscale 600 ppi. |
|File Name||dplx397-1 |
|CD Volume Name||DPLVolume44 |
|Original Database||This record is from the Upper Mississippi Valley Digital Image Archive, http://www.umvphotoarchive.org, a collaborative project of cultural heritage organizations in the Iowa-Illinois Mississippi River region. |