Henderson-Vandermark Family Papers, 1813-1974

       

Administrative Information

Historical Sketch

Scope and Content

Box and Folder List

8 cartons, 1 half file box,

Processed by Anne Geiersbach, September 2008

 

1 folio box, 1 folio photo box

Updated by Aly Brown, December 2009

 

12.04 linear feet

 

 

Acquisition:  The Henderson-Vandermark Family Papers were placed on deposit by Peter and Henry Vandermark in 2004.  They were formally donated in 2010.

Access: Folders #1.24, 1.26, 1.31, 1.33, 2.10, 2.26, 2.32, 2.34, 2.36, 2.38, 3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.18, 4.3, 4.9, 4.17, 4.26, 6.19, 6.25, 7.3, 7.7, and 9.9 have been restricted due to condition.  Copies of materials have replaced the originals in their respective locations for research use.

Permission to Publish:  Requests for permission to publish from the collection should be made to the Executive Director.

Copyright:  The Cambridge Historical Society holds copyright on the materials in the collection.

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Historical Sketch:

John Johnston Henderson (1836-1923) was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts.  He was married to Celia Isabel Gage (1843-1918), of New London, New Hampshire, in 1863.  The couple had four children, Cora (b. 1865), Mabel (b. 1870), Grace (b. 1872), and Roxana (b. 1883).  John J. Henderson was named after his grandfather, a founding partner of the carriage-manufacturing firm, the Henderson Brothers Carriage Company.  In 1867, The Henderson Brothers Carriage Repository was built at 2067-2089 Massachusetts Ave, where John J. Henderson and his brother, Robert Henderson, ran a business offering seasonal storage and displaying carriages and sleighs built in their factory.  It was once the largest carriage repository in the United States. The company ceased operation in 1930 due to rise of the automobile.

Mabel Henderson (1870-1964) was born in Cambridge, attended Radcliffe College, and graduated from the Emerson College of Oratory in 1897.  She was very active in the Cambridge community and was a member of many clubs and societies, including the Cambridge Historical Society, the Cambridge Musical Club, the Browning Society, and the Cantabridgia Club.  Later in life, she became a member of the Massachusetts Society for Improving the Conditions of the Adult Blind, the Association for Promoting the Adult Blind in Massachusetts, the Protestant Guild for the Blind and the Reading Circle of Cambridge for the Blind.

In 1907, Mabel married Wilson Ezra Vandermark (1865-1933).  The couple had two children, Celia (b. 1909) and John (b. 1910).  Wilson Vandermark was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, attended the Wyoming Seminary, and Dickinson College in Pennsylvania.  He was admitted to the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1894, joining the Central Pennsylvania Conference, and in 1901, transferred to the New England Conference. He graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts (1899) and a Bachelor of Sacred Theology (1900).  He served in churches in Springfield, Woburn, Chelsea, Medford, and Cambridge.  In 1918, he was asked to serve on the Board of Education and the Board of Home and Foreign Missions.  He was also a member of the Puddingstone Club and the Medford lodge of Freemasonry.

Celia Vandermark (1909-2004) was born in Medford, Massachusetts.  She graduated from Radcliffe College in 1930 with a Bachelor of Arts.  She later did graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Celia was very interested in the arts and after graduating from Radcliffe College she worked at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.  In 1954, she married Mason Scudder and they moved to his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, where he was the president and later board chairman of the Rawlings Manufacturing Company.  They later moved to Naples, Florida, occasionally visiting the family home in Cambridge.

John Henderson Vandermark (1910-1991) was also born in Medford, Massachusetts.  John attended Wilbraham Academy from 1927-1929.  He graduated from Harvard College in 1933 and then worked as an accountant with Jones & Lampson Tool Company in Springfield, Vermont.  He served in the U.S. Army's 8th Division Corps from 1942-1945 as staff sergeant.  He married Juliet Frances Keyes in 1946 and the couple had two children, Peter Vandermark (b. 1947) and Henry Keyes Vandermark (b. 1951).  The family lived in Cambridge until John Vandermark retired and then moved to Annisquam, Massachusetts.  Henry currently lives in Cambridge. His brother Peter resides in New Hampshire.
 

Sources:

Hanson, E.W. (1984). The Hendersons of Cambridge. Boston.

The Boston Globe. (1964). Obituaries, November 27.

The Boston Globe. (1991). Obituaries, December 13.

The Boston Herald. (1964). Mrs. Wilson Vandermark, 94, Native of Cambridge, November 27.

Spencer, George. (1934). Wilson Ezra Vandermark. New England Conference, p. 518-519.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch. (2005). Obituaries, February 6.

 

Arrangement:

The Henderson-Vandermark Family Papers are arranged in six series:

Series I.  John J. Henderson and Celia Gage Henderson, 1813-1924

Subseries A.  Correspondence, Diaries, and Personal Papers, 1848-1924

Subseries B.  Business Records and Legal Documents, 1813-1924

Series II.  Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1886-1963

Subseries A.  Personal Correspondence, 1898-1963

Subseries B.  Diaries and Journals, 1887-1945

Subseries C.  Family Records and Personal Papers, 1891-1952

Subseries D.  Financial Records, 1896-1939

Subseries E.  Correspondence and Materials from Clubs and Societies, 1891-1938

Series III.  Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1888-1933

Subseries A.  Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1888-1930

Subseries B.  Financial and Professional Papers, 1920-1933

Series IV.  John Henderson Vandermark, 1916-1964

Subseries A.  Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1922-1964

Subseries B.  Camp and School Papers, 1916-1932

Subseries C.  Military Service Papers, 1941-1945

Series V.   Celia Vandermark, 1910-1996

Subseries A.  Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1923-1974

Subseries B.  School Papers, 1915-1996

Series VI.  Photographs and Memorabilia

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Scope and Content:

The collection consists of correspondence, diaries, journals, clippings, business and financial records, account books, programs, pamphlets, booklets, tickets, yearbooks, photographs and memorabilia, the bulk of the materials belonging to Mabel Henderson Vandermark.

Series I, John J. Henderson and Celia Gage Henderson, 1813-1924, consists of correspondence, diaries, business and financial records, and legal documents.  Subseries A, Correspondence, Diaries and Personal Papers, consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence between John J. and Celia Henderson, five diaries of Celia Henderson written between 1848-1918, papers regarding the estate of Celia Henderson, and some of John J. Henderson's personal papers, including “Old Times in North Cambridge”, a historical narrative he wrote in 1919.  Subseries B, Business Records and Legal Documents, is comprised of a small collection of business records from the Henderson Brothers Carriage Repository, the wills of John J. and Celia Henderson, and family deeds.

Series II, Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1886-1963, consists of letters, diaries, journals, account books, postcards, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, a scrapbook, and family records.  Subseries A, Personal Correspondence, 1898-1963, consists of letters to Mabel from her mother, Celia, and her sisters, Cora, Grace, and Roxana.  In some cases, letters were circulated among the sisters, each writing an additional note on the letter before passing it on to Mabel. A few letters from her husband Wilson, and her daughter, Celia are included, as well as many letters from her son, John, during his service in the U.S. Army in World War II.  Finally, there are letters of sympathy she received after Wilson Ezra Vandermark's death in 1933 and three correspondence logs that she kept between 1900-1941.  Subseries B, Diaries and Journals, 1887-1945, consists of diaries, journals, newspaper clippings, notes and a book.  There are eight diaries written by Mabel between 1887-1909, travel journals written in 1905 and 1952 during her trips to California and Hawaii, and journals containing notes, jokes, poems, and reading selections she used when performing readings.  Subseries C, Personal and Family Papers, 1891-1952, consists of Mabel's degrees from Emerson College of Oratory, travel documents, and family records such as the Vandermark and Hammond genealogies, birth records for Celia and John Vandermark, a family scrapbook, and “The Whittier Birthday Book” with Mabel's name written in the front cover.  Subseries D, Financial Records, 1896-1939, consists of account books, inventories, and financial records.  There are five account books that Mabel kept for herself and the Vandermark family, as well as receipts, lists, bank account statements, and other financial records.  Subseries E, Correspondence and Materials from Clubs and Societies, 1891-1938, consists of letters, programs, invitations and other miscellaneous materials from the societies and clubs of which Mabel was a member, such as the 20th Century Club, the Browning Society, the Cantabridgia Club and others.  Materials are arranged alphabetically by the name of the organization.  Following these materials is correspondence regarding other readings, performances, invitations, payment, and congratulatory letters and cards from various people.  These are arranged chronologically.

Series III, Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1888-1933, includes correspondence, journals, notes, certificates, account books and an address book.   Subseries A, Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1888-1930, is a small collection of letters to Wilson from friends and family, letters regarding his work with the church, his education at Boston University and Harvard Divinity School, and information about John Vandermark's performance at the Wilbraham Academy.  Also included are certificates regarding his acceptance to the Methodist Episcopal Church, his preacher's license, his certificate of membership in the Medford Chapter of the Freemasonry. Sermons, newspaper clippings, notes and religious writings kept in three-ring binders have been disbound and foldered.  Subseries B, Financial and Professional Records, 1920-1933, consists of business records, account books, and an address book listing individuals from whom he sought donations.

Series IV, John Henderson Vandermark, 1916-1964, consists of clippings, correspondence, financial records, legal documents, meeting minutes, newsletters, notes, postcards, programs, scrapbooks, and yearbooks.  Subseries A, Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1922-1964, consists of letters from Mabel, Wilson, and Celia Vandermark, as well as letters from friends.  These are arranged alphabetically by author followed by letters sent from various people and letters of sympathy following Mabel's death in 1964.  These are arranged chronologically.  There is a small amount of miscellaneous notes and personal writings, some financial records, and receipts and insurance papers.  Subseries B, Camp and School Papers, 1916-1932, consists of journals, notes, programs, newsletters, postcards, scrapbooks and photographs from John's time at Camp Becket and throughout his school days.  He was involved in the Young Men's Christian Association, recording the meeting minutes (1919-1926) and accounts  (1925).  Also included are notes, essays, assignments, and grades from his time at Shady Hill School, Cambridge Latin School, Wilbraham Academy, Harvard College, and Boston University.  Subseries D, Military Service Papers, 1941-1945, consist of correspondence with the War Department and the Naval Reserves, training booklets and pamphlets, maps, clippings, and foreign currency collected by John Vandermark during World War II.

Series V, Celia Vandermark, 1910-1996, consists of correspondence, postcards, yearbooks, notes, essays, and alumnae directories.  Subseries A, Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1915-1974, contains letters to Celia, mostly from Mabel, Wilson, and John Vandermark, as well as correspondence with the Cambridge Historical Commission, various other friends, and letters of sympathy to Celia regarding her mother’s death. Also included are a small collection of personal papers and certificates of service.  Subseries B, School Papers, 1920-1996, consists of grades, yearbooks, notes, assignments, and alumnae directories and programs from Shady Hill School, Buckingham School, and Radcliffe College.

Series VI, Memorabilia and Photographs, 1841-1945, include porcelain plates, a painting, a cane handle, books, a framed drawing, patches, pins, fabrics, hair clippings, photographs, etc.  Photographs document family three generations of family members and their homes and travels, schools and fellow students, clubs, family events, the city of Cambridge, etc.

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The Henderson-Vandermark Family Papers,

1813-1974 (inclusive dates), 1888-1964 (bulk dates)

 

Subseries A. Correspondence, Diaries and Personal Papers, 1848-1924  

1 1 Correspondence between John J. and Celia Gage Henderson, 1868-1925 
1 2 Diary of Celia Gage Henderson, 1848
1 3 Diary of Celia Gage Henderson, 1888-1890
1 4 Diary of Celia Gage Henderson, 1908-1912    
1 5 Diary of Celia Gage Henderson, 1913-1917
1 6 Reading Journal of Celia Gage Henderson, 1884-1918
1 7 Inventories kept by Celia Gage Henderson, n.d. 
1 8 Estate of Celia Gage Henderson, 1916-1924
16 1 List of Items to Be Given to Cora, Mabel, Gladys and Roxanna Henderson, n.d.
1 9 Personal Papers of John J. Henderson, 1918-1920
1 10 “Old Times in North Cambridge”, by John J. Henderson, 1919
1 11 “Advice to a Married Couple” (marriage record written in front cover), 1863
Subseries C. Business Records and Legal Documents, 1813-1924
1 12 Account Book (John J. and Robert Henderson), 1893-1916
1 13 Business Records of the Henderson Brothers Company, 1904-1909
1 14 Henderson Brothers Company Letterhead, n.d.
1 15 Annual reports from investments, 1905-1920
16 2 Wills of John J. and Celia Gage Henderson, 1916-1924
16 3 Family Deeds, 1813-1873

Series II. Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1886-1963

Subseries A. Correspondence, 1898-1963

1 16 Letters from Celia Gage Henderson, 1902
1 17 Letters from Celia Gage Henderson, n.d. 
1 18 Letters from Celia Vandermark, 1925-1952
1 19 Letters from Cora Henderson Gage, 1901-1944
1 20 Letters from (Grace) Gladys Gage, 1925-1948
1 21 Letters from (Grace) Gladys Gage, n.d.
1 22 Letters from Henderson Brothers Company, 1923
1 23 Letters from John Henderson Vandermark, 1917-1938
1 24 Fragile Items Removed from 1.23
1 25 Letters from John Henderson Vandermark, 1943
1 26 Fragile Items Removed from 1.25
1 27 Letters from John Henderson Vandermark, 1943
1 28 Letters from John Henderson Vandermark, 1944  
1 29 Letters from John Henderson Vandermark, 1944
1 30 Letters from John Henderson Vandermark, 1944-1945
1 31 Fragile Items Removed from 1.31  
1 32 Letters from John Henderson Vandermark, 1945 
1 33 Fragile Items Removed from 1.32     
1 34 Letters from Roxanna Henderson Davis, 1901-1902
1 35 Letters from Roxanna Henderson Davis, 1933-1948
1 36 Letters from Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1902
1 37 Letters from Various People, 1886-1906
2 1 Letters from Various People, 1920-1929
2 2 Letters from Various People, 1930-1939
2 3 Letters from Various People, 1940-1941
2 4 Letters from Various People, 1942-1945  
2 5 Letters from Various People, 1947-1963
2 6 Various Calling Cards, 1895-1938 
2 7 Sympathy Letters to Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1933-1934  
2 8 Sympathy Letters to Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1933-1934
2 9 Sympathy Letters to Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1933-1934    
2 10 Fragile Items Removed from 2.9
2 11 Sympathy Letters from the Methodist Episcopal Church and Massachusetts Bible Society, 1933-1934
2 12 Correspondence Log, 1900-1918    
2 13 Correspondence Log, 1916-1926
2 14 Correspondence Log, 1941
2 15 Travel itineraries, reading lists, calendar pagers, etc., 1899, 1938, n.d

Subseries B. Diaries and Journals, 1887-1945

2 16 Diary, 1887-1888
2 17 Diary, 1891
2 18 Diary, 1891-1895
2 19 Diary, 1895
2 20 Diary, 1896
2 21 Items Removed from front cover of Diary, 1896
2 22 Diary, 1898
2 23 Diary, 1904-1907
2 24 Diary, 1909
2 25 Items Removed from front cover of Diary, 1909    
2 26  Fragile Items Removed from 2.25
27 Travel Journal (trip to California), 1902 (3 photographs)
   

2B.01 HVP – View of unidentified city in California, ca.1902

   

2B.02 HVP – “Waves at Hungry Bay,” ca. 1902

   

2B.03 HVP – Unidentified ship in berth, ca.1902

2 28 Travel Cards, 1902, 1905
2 29 Journal of Religious Notes and Poetry, 1927-1944
2 30 Items removed from front cover of Journal of Religious Notes and Poetry, n.d.
3 31 Items removed from Back Cover of Journal of Religious Notes and Poetry,      1939-1945

2          32        Fragile items removed from 2.31

2          33        Reading Selections, 1881-1900

2          34        Fragile Items Removed from 2.33

2          35        Reading Selections, 1914-1929

2          36        Fragile Items Removed from 2.35

2          37        Reading Selections, 1931-1939

2          38        Fragile Items Removed from 2.37

3          1          Reading Selections, 1940-1945

3          2          Fragile Items Removed from 3.1

3          3          Reading Selections, n.d.

3          4          Fragile Items Removed from 3.3

3          5          Journal Containing Reading Selections, 1889-1934

3          6          Fragile Items Removed from 3.5

Subseries C. Personal and Family Papers, 1891-1952
3 7 “The Whittier Birthday Book”, 1884
3 8 Hammond Genealogy, 1910
3 9 Vandermark Genealogy, 1917-1921, n.d
3 10 Birth Records of John and Celia Vandermark, 1909-1918
3 11 Wilson and Mabel Vandermark's Wedding Invitation, 1907
3 12 Minutes of the New England Conference (including a memoir for Wilson Vandermark),1934
3 13 Travel Documents, 1891-1937
3 14 Travel Documents, 1938-195
3 15 Crochet Instructions, 1938, n.d.
3 16 Family Scrapbook, 1894-1940
3 17 Items Removed from back cover of Family Scrapbook, 1922-1936
3 18 Fragile Items Removed from 3.17
3 19 Diary of Wilson Ezra Vandermark (reused for notes of Mabel Henderson), 1933

Subseries D.  Financial Records, 1896-1939

3          20        Account Book, 1896-1900

3          21        Account Book, 1917-1921

3          22        Account Book, 1923-1925

3          23        Account Book, 1932

3          24        Items Removed from Account Book, 1932

3          25        Account Book, 1933

3          26        Inventories, 1920-1937

3          27        Cambridge Savings Bank, 1915-1938

3          28        Dade County Security Company, 1926-1929

3          29        Harvard Trust Company, 1924-1929

3          30        Merrill, Oldham and Company, 1922-1926

3          31        Various Financial Records, 1933-1937

3          32        Various Financial Records, 1937-1939

Subseries E. Correspondence and Materials from Clubs and Societies, 1891-1938

3          33        20th Century Club, n.d.

3          34        Browning Society, 1900-1926

3          35        Cambridge Conferences, 1897-1900

3          36        Cambridge Music Club, 1934-1953

3          37        Cantabridgia Club, 1899-1904

4          1          Daughters of the American Revolution

OS       1          Certificate from Daughters of the American Revolution, 1899

4          2          The Japan Society, 1927-1937

4          3          Fragile Items Removed from 4.2

4          4          Emerson College of Oratory, 1897-1937

4          5          New England Women's Club, 1885-1900

4          6          Public Action Committee, 1935

4          7          Radcliffe Alumnae Association, 1891-1931

4          8          Radcliffe Alumnae Association, 1934-1938, n.d.

OS       1          The Radcliffe News, March 25, 1938

4          9          Fragile Items Removed from 4.8

4          10        Vacation School Committee, 1898-1899, n.d.

4          11        Women's Educational and Industrial Union, 1899

4          12        Various Letters, 1898-1900

4          13        Various Letters, 1901-1938

Series III.  Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1888-1933

Subseries A. Personal Papers and Correspondence, 1888-1930

4          14        Letters from Various People, 1917-1930

4          15        Letters from Wilbraham Academy, 1926-1930

4          16        Letters from Clementine Butler, 1918

4          17        Fragile Items Removed from 4.16

4          18        School Records from Boston University and Harvard Divinity

                         School, 1897-1916

4          19       Certificates from Methodist Episcopal Church, Preacher's

                         License, Membership to Freemasonry, 1888-1920

OS       1          Certificate of Membership to Medford Legion of the

                          Freemasonry

4          20        Educational Jubilee Metropolitan Area, 1918

4          21        Puddingstone Club, 1925

4          22        Shady Hill School, 1925, n.d.

4          23        “A Sermon in Remembrance of Harriet Newell”, printed 1818

4          24        Religious Notebook with Clippings, 1915, n.d.

4          25        Items Removed from front cover of Notebook, 1915

4          26        Fragile Items Removed from 4.25

4          27        Religious Notebook, ca.1925

4          28        Religious Notebook, ca.1927

4          29        Religious Notebook, n.d.

4          30        Religious Notebook, n.d.

4          31        Sermons, 1906-1909

4          32        Sermons, 1907-1910

4          33      Zion Herald (mentioning John Vandermark's acceptance to

                       Harvard College), 1929

Subseries B. Financial and Business Papers

4          34        Account Book, 1921

4          35        Account Book, 1922

4          36        Account Book, 1920-1922

4          37        Account Book, 1927

4          38        Account Book, 1924-1933

4          39        Account Book, 1927-1933

5          1          Account Book, 1929-1931

5          2          Items Removed from front cover of Account Book, 1929-1931

5          3          Items Removed from back cover of Account Book, 1929-1931

5          4          Address Book, 1920-1923

5          5          Letterhead of Wilson Ezra Vandermark at Boston University,

                         n.d.

Series IV. John Henderson Vandermark, 1916-1964
Subseries A. Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1922-1964

5          6          Letters from Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1922-1926

5          7          Letters from Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1927

5          8          Letters from Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1927

5          9          Letters from Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1928-1929

5          10        Letters from Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1930-1942

5          11        Letters from Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1922-1926

5          12        Letters from Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1927-1929

5          13        Letters from Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1930-1931

5          14        Letters from Celia Vandermark, 1923-1943

5          15        Letters from (Henry) Allan George, 1929-1942

5          16        Letters from Elinor Brown, 1931-1932

5          17        Letters from Richard Douglass, 1929-1930

5          18        Letters from Warren Lovelace, 1929-1931

5          19        Letters from Various People, 1916-1929

5          20        Letters from Various People, 1930

5          21        Letters from Various People, 1931-1932

5          22        Letters from Various People, 1935-1945

5          23        Letters Received During Illness, 1938

5          24        Letters from Various People, n.d.

5          25        Sympathy Letters, 1964

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1         Alphabet Book Made by John Henderson Vandermark

             (initials on front cover), n.d.

6          2          Personal Papers, 1933-1954

6          3          Account Book, 1932-1933

16        4          Financial Records and Receipts, 1933-1934

6          4          Insurance Documents, 1932-1936

Subseries B. Camp and School Papers, 1916-1932

6          5          Letters from Young Men's Christian Association and Camp

                         Becket, 1927-1931

6          6          Folder from Camp Becket, 1922

6          7          Camp Becket Materials, 1922-1924

6          8          Camp Becket Materials, 1925-1930

6          9          Camp Becket Materials (including 10 small photographs of

                         Camp Becket), n.d.

                                    4B.01 HVP – “Game of Volley Ball, Camp Becket,” n.d.

                                    4B.02 HVP – “Boat Houses & ‘Pah-hah-ta,’ Camp

                                                             Becket,” n.d.

                                    4B.03 HVP – “Chapel by the Lake, Camp Becket,” n.d.

                                    4B.04 HVP – “The Memorial Dining Hall, Camp Becket,”

                                                              n.d.

                                    4B.05 HVP – “Director H.W. Gibson, Camp Becket-in-the-

                                                             Berkshires,”n.d.

                                    4B.06 HVP – “The Library, Camp Becket,” n.d.

                                    4B.07 HVP – “Campus looking toward Chester Hill,

                                                              Camp Becket,” n.d.

                                    4B.08 HVP – “Campus looking toward Lake Rudd, Camp

                                                              Becket,” n.d.

                                    4B.09 HVP – “Sailing on Lake Rudd, Camp Becket,” n.d.

                                    4B.10 HVP – “’Let’s Go’ Morning Dip, Camp Becket,” n.d.

6          10        Camp Becket Notes and Assignments, n.d.

6          11        Camp Becket Postcards, n.d.

6          12        Camp Becket Newsletters, “Seen and Heard”, 1926-1930

6          13        Camp Becket Yearbook, 1926

6          14        Camp Becket Yearbook, 1927

6          15        Shady Hill Scrap Book, 1916-1917

6          16        Greek History Notebook from Shady Hill School, 1922

6          17        Shady Hill School Materials, 1922-1923

16        5          Report Card of John Henderson Vandermark from Shady Hill

                         School, 1919

6          18        Young Men's Christian Association Meeting Minutes, 1919-1926

6          19        Fragile Items Removed from 6.18

6          20        Young Men's Christian Association Account Book, 1925

6          21        Items Removed from front cover of Young Men's Christian

                         Association Account Book, 1925

6          22        Cambridge Latin School Materials, 1924-1929

6          23        Notes and Assignments from Cambridge Latin School,

                         1924-1929

6          24        Notes and Assignment from Wilbraham Academy, 1927-1929

6          25        Fragile Items Removed from 6.24

6          26        Wilbraham Yearbook, 1927

6          27        Wilbraham Yearbook, 1928

6          28        Wilbraham Yearbook, 1929

6          29        Items Removed from the back cover of the Wilbraham

                         Yearbook, 1929

6          30        Wilbraham Academy Report of the Headmaster, 1932

6          31        Wilbraham Academy Pamphlets and Programs, 1927-1929

6          32        Wilbraham Academy Commencement Booklets, 1927-1929

6          33        Wilbraham Academy Sports Certificates, Cheers, Songs,

                         1927-1929

6          34        Letters from Wilbraham Academy, 1929-1930

6          35        The Wilbraham Bulletin, 1929-1932

6          36        Boston Wilbraham Club, 1928

6          37        Harvard College Grades and Letters from Administration,

                         1929-1930

6          38        Harvard Geology Workbook, 1929

7          1          Geology Field Book, 1929

7          2          Items Removed from front cover of Geology Field Book, 1929

7          3          Fragile Items Removed 7.2

7          4          Harvard Engineering Camp Binder, 1930

7          5          “Notes on Engineering and Drawing and Descriptive Geometry”,

                          1914

7          6          Harvard Notes and Assignments, 1929-1931

7          7          Fragile Items Removed from 7.6

7          8          Notebook, 1931

7          9          Harvard Exam Books, 1930-1931

7          10        Harvard Exam Books, 1931-1932

7          11        Grades, Letters, and Pamphlets from Boston University,

                         1930-1931

7          12        Resume and Vocational Aptitude, 1934

Subseries C. Military Service Papers, 1941-1945

7          13        Correspondence with War Department and U.S. Naval Reserve,

                         1942-1944

7          14        Tickets to Performances and Programs, 1943-1945

7          15        “Basic Field Manual: Soldier's Handbook”, War Department,

                          copyright 1941

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16        John Henderson Vandermark's Application and Officer's

             Training Materials, 1941-1944

7          17        “Finance Replacement Training Center Note Book to the

                          Student”, ca.1942

16        6          Finance Replacement Training Center Ledger, 1943

OS       1          War Department Financial Data, 1943

7

18        Notices and Training Pamphlets from Finance Replacement

             Training Center and Navy Department, 1943-1945

16

7          Items Removed from Notices and Training Pamphlets from

             Finance Replacement Training Center and Navy Department 1943-1945

16

8          Notices and Training Pamphlets from Finance Replacement

             War Department, n.d.

7          19        Travel Documents and Military Permission Forms, 1945

7          20        Maps of Paris, the Rhine River, “Stratford upon Avon” and

                         France, 1943-1945

OS       1          Ordnance Survey of Great Britain Midlands, Military Edition,

                         1940

7          21        World War II Pictorial Clippings, 1945

7          22        Foreign Currency, printed 1922-1923

7          23        Non-Military Pamphlets and Booklets, 1944

7          24        Army and Navy Newsletters and Pamphlets, 1942-1945

Series V. Celia Vandermark, 1915-1996

Subseries A. Correspondence and Personal Papers, 1915-1974

7          25        Letters from Mabel and Wilson Vandermark, 1923-1924

7          26        Letters from John Henderson Vandermark, 1935-1945

7          27        Letters and Clippings re: Correspondence with the Cambridge

                         Historical Commission, 1863-1974

16        9          Fragile Items Removed from 7.27

7          28        Letters from Various People, 1941, 1956, n.d.

7          29        Sympathy Letters to Celia Vandermark (Mrs. Mason Scudder),

                         1964

7          30        Sympathy Letters to Celia Vandermark (Mrs. Mason Scudder),

                         1964

7          31        Sympathy Letters to Celia Vandermark (Mrs. Mason Scudder),

                         1964

7          32        Sympathy Letters to Celia Vandermark (Mrs. Mason Scudder),

                         1964

7          33        Personal Papers, 1915-1943

16        10        Certificate of Service

Subseries B. School Papers, 1920-1996

16        11        Report Card of Celia Vandermark from Shady Hill School, 1920

7          34        Buckingham School Yearbook, 1924

7          35        Buckingham School Yearbook, 1927

7          36        Radcliffe College Prism, 1930

8          1          Art History Notebook, ca.1930

8          2          Art History Notebook, ca.1930

8          3          Fine Arts Notebook, ca.1930

8          4          “A Bibliography of British and American Cookery Books in the

                          Harvard College Library to 1830”, 1928

8          5          “The Influence of Donatello on the Scientific Coterie of

                          Painters”, 1929

8          6          “Simone Martini as exemplified by the Fenway Court Polyptych

                          and the Fogg Crucifixion”, 1930

8          7          Radcliffe College Reunion, 1940

8          8          Alumnae Directories, 1961-1996

Series VI. Photographs and Memorabilia, 1841-1951

Subseries A. Photographs,

9 1 Photographs of Gage and Rogers Families
 

6.001 HVP – Seth Gage and Grace Gladys (Gage) Rogers in unidentified living room, n.d. [Banister Studio, Claremont, NH]

6.002 HVP – David Camp Gage Jr., n.d.

6.003 HVP – Grace Gladys (Gage) Rogers in unidentified garden, n.d.

6.004 HVP – Grace Gladys (Gage) Rogers and Seth Gage, n,d,

6.005 HVP – Grace Gladys (Gage Rogers and son, David Camp Rogers Jr. , n.d.[Con. F Squires, Lawrence, Kansas]

6.006 HVP – Grace Gladys (Gage) Rogers, 1907

6.007 HVP - Grace Gladys (Gage) Rogers and son, David Camp Rogers Jr. , reading, n.d.

6.008 HVP  - David Camp Rogers, Jr., n.d.

6.009 HVP – Grace Gladys (Gage) Rogers with son, David Camp Rogers Jr. in her lap, n.d.

6.010 HVP – David Camp Rogers Jr. with blocks (7 months, 1 week)

6.011 HVP - Grace Gladys (Gage) Rogers with son, David Camp Rogers Jr. in her lap n.d.

6.012 HVP – Grace Gladys (Gage) Rogers, David Camp Rogers (in WWI uniform), and David Camp Rogers Jr., 1918 [Bachrach]

9 2 Tin-Types of Cora (Henderson) Gage as infant and young child, 1866-1867
 

6.013 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.014 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.015 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.016 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.017 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.018 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.019 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.020 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.021 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.022 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.023 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

6.024 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage (tintype), ca. 1866

9 3 Photographs of Gage Family, 1847-1938
 

6.026 HVP – Grace Gladys Gage, June 1, 1890 [Pach]

6.027 HVP – Roxanna Henderson (at Nantasket), 1890

6.028 HVP – Roxanna Seamans Gage, mother of Celia and Florence, 1847 [Pach]

6.029 HVP – Margaret Morrison Gage (Mrs. Milton Gage, second wife), 1886 [Pach

6.030 HVP – Milton Gage (father of Celia Gage Henderson), 1886 [Pach]

6.031 HVP – Seth Gage at 81 years old, 1938 [Roxanna Seamans]

6.032 HVP – Milton Gage at 86 years old, 1896

 6.033 HVP – Olive Gage (Daughter of Milton Gage and Mrs. J.P. Hayward, b. 1841) [CL Powers]

6.034 HVP – Mr. Hayward? (tintype), ca.1866

9 4 Photographs of Vandermark Family (Pennsylvania)
 

6.040 HVP – Wilson Ezra Vandermark?, ca.1875 [C.F. Cook]

6.041 HVP – Wilson Ezra Vandermark?, ca.1886 [C.F. Cook]

6.042 HVP – Wilson Ezra Vandermark?, ca.1880 [C.F. Cook]

6.043 HVP – Benjamin Vandermark, ca.1885 [C.F. Cook]

6.044 HVP – BenjaminVandermark (tin-type), ca.1875

6.045 HVP – Hanna Maria (Cool) Vandermark, ca.1885 [C.F. Cook]

6.046 HVP – Wilson Ezra Vandermark?, ca.1859 [C.F. Cook]

6.047 HVP – Benjamin Vandermark in chair, ca.1885 [Herbert Goss]

6.048 HVP – Benjamin Vandermark, ca.1885 [C.F. Cook]

6.049 HVP – Hanna Maria (Cool) Vandermark, ca.1885 [C.F. Cook]

9 5 Photographs of J.J. Henderson, 1876-1921
 

6.050 HVP – J.J. Henderson, October 1876 [Allen & Rowell]

6.051 HVP – J.J. Henderson, March 1883 [Ritz & Hastngs]

6.052 HVP – J.J. Henderson, 1883 [Ritz & Hastngs]

6.053 HVP – J.J. Henderson, December 1895 [Hardy]

6.054 HVP – J.J. Henderson, April 26, 1925 “Marjorie took of daddy at Grace Quirin's"

6.055 HVP – J.J Henderson at Manchester N.H., August 1921

6.056 HVP – J.J. Henderson in summer house, Manchester, NH, August 1921

6.057 HVP – J.J. Henderson, December 1916 [Marshall]

6.058 HVP – J.J. Henderson, Bermuda 1900

9          6 Photographs of Celia Gage Henderson, 1876-1899
 

6.059 HVP – Celia Gage, ca.1860

6.060 HVP – Celia Gage Henderson, October 1876 [Allen & Rowell]

6.061 HVP – Celia Gage Henderson, November 1882 [Notman]

6.062 HVP – Celia Gage Henderson [Byrd Studio, Cambridge]

6.063 HVP – Celia Gage Henderson, 1890

6.064 HVP – Celia Gage Henderson, Christmas 1899 [Adams, North Cambridge]

6.065 HVP – Celia Gage, 1855 [Powers Studio, Claremont, NH]

9      7  Photographs of Henderson Family, 1878-1907
 

 6.066 HVP – Cora and Roxanna Henderson, December 1898 [Litchfield Studio]

6.067 HVP – Grace (10), Cora(17), and Mabel (12) Henderson, 1882 [W. Notman]

6.068 HVP – Grace, Mabel, and Cora Henderson, 1878 [Metcalf & Welldon]

6.069 HVP – Grace and Cora Henderson, 1873 [E.S. Dunshee]

6.070 HVP – Mabel, Cora, Grace Henderson, 1878

6.071 HVP – Mabel and Wilson Vandermark’s Wedding, 1863

REMOVED TO OS2

6.072 HVP – Mabel and Wilson Vandermark’s Wedding, 1863

REMOVED TO OS2

6.073 HVP – Henderson Family at 7 Chester Street, 1896 [Walter Kelley]

REMOVED TO OS2

6.074 HVP – Henderson Family, 1903 [Smith]

REMOVED TO OS2

Photographs of Henderson Family, 1895-1915
 

6.075 HVP – Roxanna and Cora at Red Lodge, ca.1910

6.076 HVP – Celia Henderson and Nellie Sherman, 1885

6.077 HVP – Celia Henderson and Nellie Sherman, 1885

6.078 HVP – Lila, Edith, and I (Celia), 1885 “hill looking toward Marblehead”

6.079 HVP – Wedding of Wilson and Mabel Vandermark, 1907

6.080 HVP – J.J. Henderson and Celia Gage Vandermark at their 50th Anniversary, June 23, 1913, Ascutneyville, VT [Powers]

REMOVED TO OS2

6.081 HVP – Roxanna Henderson and W.W. Davis’ Wedding, August 7, 1915, at Seth Gage’s garden, Ascutneyville, VT [CL Powers]

REMOVED TO OS2

6.025 HVP – J.J. Henderson and Celia Gage Henderson’s 50th Wedding Anniversary, June 23, 1913, at Seth Gage’s Garden, Ascutneyville, VT

REMOVED TO OS2

6.035 HVP – J.J. Henderson and Celia Gage Henderson’s 50th Wedding Anniversary, June 23, 1913, at Seth Gage’s Garden, Ascutneyville, VT

REMOVED TO OS2

6.036 HVP – Wedding of Wilson and Mabel Vandermark, 1907

On display                   6.646 HVP – John J. Henderson (oil on canvas), ca.1850

On display                   6.647 HVP – Celia, Cora, and Grace Henderson (oil crayon on board), ca.1880

9      9   Henderson Family travel album, 1890-1905
 

6.082 HVP – Unidentified group (cyanotype), including Mabel Henderson, ca.1890

6.083 HVP – Mabel Henderson in cat costume, ca.1890

6.084 HVP – Unidentified young man, ca.1890

6.085 HVP – Unidentified man in swim trunks at beach, ca.1890

6.086 HVP – Unidentified couple at Duxbury, 1891

6.087 HVP – Unidentified house in Duxbury, 1891

6.088 HVP – Unidentified group at house in Duxbury, 1891

6.089 HVP – Unidentified group preparing to swim at Duxbury, 1891

6.090 HVP – Unidentified group including Mabel Henderson at house in Duxbury, 1891

6.091 HVP – Two men sailing at Duxbury, 1891

6.092 HVP – Four women behind umbrellas, “At Ida’s Devereux, Alice Carpenter, Ida, and I [Mabel Henderson], 1892-1893

  6.093 HVP – Unidentified group, including Mabel Henderson, “Lunch at [illegible] Texas, 1890

6.094 HVP – Four women sitting in gazebo with backs facing camera, “At Ida’s Devereux, Alice Carpenter, Ida, and I [Mabel Henderson], 1892-1893

6.095 HVP – “Devereux, April 19, 1890”

6.096 HVP – Woman in sheet, “[illegible] & pillowcase party, Halloween 1892”

6.097 HVP – Unidentified woman (cyanotype)

6.098 HVP – Lake with mountains on the horizon, “Holderness, NH,” ca.1892

6.099 HVP – Unidentified woman reading, ca.1892

6.100 HVP – John J. Henderson, Celia (Gage) Henderson, and unidentified man on beach in Bermuda, ca.1892

6.101 HVP – Bow of unidentified ship presumably docked at Bermuda, ca.1892

6.102 HVP – Unidentified group of people (including J.J. Henderson) on board ship, ca.1892

6.103 HVP – Street scene presumably Bermuda, ca.1892

6.104 HVP – Unidentified ship presumably anchored at Bermuda, ca.1892

6.105 HVP – Park with gazebo, ca.1892

6.106 HVP – Park with gazebo, ca.1892

6.107 HVP – Band on bandstand with crowd, ca.1892

6.108 HVP – Crowd listening to band, ca.1892

6.109 HVP – Band in bandstand, ca.1892

6.110 HVP – Unidentified rocky shore presumably in San Francisco, 1905

6.111 HVP – Cliff House, San Francisco, 1905

6.112 HVP – Unidentified house presumably in California, ca.1905

6.113 HVP – Unidentified mountains, n.d.

6.114 HVP – Unidentified building with lookout platform, n.d.

6.115 HVP – Unidentified mountains, n.d.

6.116 HVP – Unidentified countryside with elevated railway, n.d.

6.117 HVP – Unidentified farm, n.d.

6.118 HVP – Unidentified farm, n.d.

6.119 HVP – Unidentified elderly woman, n.d.

6.120 HVP – Unidentified man on hay cart, n.d.

6.121 HVP – Unidentified lake, n.d.

6.122 HVP – Unidentified house, 1905

6.123 HVP – Unidentified house interior, 1905

6.124 HVP – Roxanna Henderson in costume with lute, 1905

6.125 HVP – W. E. Vandermark in chair and Mabel (Henderson) Vandermark in hammock, 1905

6.126 HVP – Unidentified house and well, 1905

6.127 HVP – Roxanna Henderson in men’s clothing, 1905

6.128 HVP – Statue of Brigham Young, Salt Lake City, Utah, ca.1905

6.129 HVP – Statue of Brigham Young and Mormon church, Salt Lake City, Utah, ca.1905

6.130 HVP – Adobe house, Santa Fe, New Mexico, ca.1905

6.131 HVP – Unidentified group in front of Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, ca.1905

6.132 HVP – Mabel Henderson, Unidentified man, Celia (Gage) Henderson, and J.J. Henderson, ca.1905                               

6.133 HVP – Salt Air Pier, Salt Lake City, Utah(?), ca.1905

6.134 HVP – Salt Air Pier, Salt Lake City, Utah(?), ca.1905

6.135 HVP – Salt Air Pier, Salt Lake City, Utah(?), ca.1905

6.136 HVP – J.J. Henderson and unidentified group on railroad car at logging camp, ca.1905

  6.137 HVP – J.J. Henderson and unidentified group with black man and children at logging camp, ca.1905

6.138 HVP – J.J. Henderson and unidentified group on log pile at logging camp, ca.1905  

6.139 HVP – Logging camp, ca.1905

6.140 HVP – J.J. Henderson and unidentified group in front of railroad engine at logging camp, ca.1905

6.141 HVP – Logging camp, ca.1905

6.142 HVP – Unidentified woman on wooden bridge in forest, n.d.

6.143 HVP – Unidentified couple in front of carriage in forest, n.d.

6.144 HVP – Unidentified woman in horse-drawn carriage in forest, n.d.

6.145 HVP – Forest path, n.d.

6.146 HVP – Unidentified man in forest, n.d.

6.147 HVP – Unidentified man in front of horse-drawn carriage in forest, n.d.

6.148 HVP – River in North Woodstock, New Hampshire (cyanotype), ca.1899

6.149 HVP – Three women (including Mabel Henderson) on rock at edge of ocean, Woods Hole, Massachusetts (cyanotype), 1899

6.150 HVP – Mountain stream by walkway, North Woodstock, New Hampshire (cyanotype), 1899

6.151 HVP – Forest and mountains, Holderness, New Hampshire (cyanotype), 1899

6.152 HVP – Group of women on mountain boulders (including Celia (Gage) Henderson and Mabel Henderson), North Woodstock, New Hampshire (cyanotype), 1899

6.153 HVP – Lake and cottage, Holderness, New Hampshire (cyanotype), 1899

6.154 HVP – Lake with bridge (cyanotype), 1899

6.155 HVP – River in forest, North Woodstock, New Hampshire (cyanotype), 1899          

6.156 HVP – Windmill, Nantucket, Massachusetts (cyanotype), 1899

6.157 HVP – Three ladies on rock on ocean (including Mabel Henderson), Woods Hole, Massachusetts (cyanotype), 1899                    

6.158 HVP – Deer in pen, North Woodstock, New Hampshire (cyanotype), 1899

6.159 HVP – Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.160 HVP – Two women carrying rocks, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.161 HVP – Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.162 HVP – Carlsbad , Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.163 HVP – Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.164 HVP – Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.165 HVP – Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.166 HVP – Cafesalon Pupp, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891       

6.167 HVP – Women going to market, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.168 HVP – Young girls going to market, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891

6.169 HVP – Women at market, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891    

6.170 HVP – Women at market, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891                

6.171 HVP – Women at market, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891    

6.172 HVP – Women at market, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1891    

6.173 HVP – Cathedral Rocks, Garden of the Gods, Colorado, ca.1899

6.174 HVP – J. J. Henderson at the Garden of the Gods, Colorado, ca.1899

6.175 HVP – South Cheyenne Canyon, Colorado Springs, Colorado, ca.1899

6.176 HVP – Eagle Pass, Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, ca.1899

6.177 HVP – Garden of the Gods, Colorado, ca.1899

6.178 HVP – Garden of the Gods, Colorado, ca.1899

6.179 HVP – Garden of the Gods, Colorado, ca.1899

6.180 HVP – Garden of the Gods, Colorado, ca.1899

6.181 HVP – Yosemite Falls, California, ca.1899

6.182 HVP – Yosemite Falls, California, ca.1899

6.183 HVP – Wagon in hollow of redwood tree, ca.1899

6.184 HVP – Horse-drawn wagon near redwood tree, ca.1899

6.185 HVP – Mount Tamalpais, California, ca.1901

6.186 HVP – View from Mount Tamalpais, California, ca.1901

6.187 HVP – View from Mount Tamalpais, California, ca.1901

6.188 HVP – Mine, Arizona, ca.1901

6.189 HVP – Mine, Arizona, ca.1901

6.190 HVP – Group at mine (including J.J. Henderson), Arizona, ca.1901

6.191 HVP – Group at mine (including J.J. Henderson), Arizona, ca.1901

6.192 HVP – Creek in Arizona, ca.1901

6.193 HVP – Creek in Arizona, ca.1901

6.194 HVP – Unidentified town, Crystal Palace in background, ca.1901

6.195 HVP – Group in front of house (including Mabel, Celia, and J.J. Henderson), ca.1901

6.196 HVP – Group in automobile (including Mabel, Celia, and J.J. Henderson), ca.1901

6.197 HVP – Group in front of house (including Mabel, Celia, and J.J. Henderson), ca.1901

6.198 HVP – Train at summit of Pike’s Peak, ca.1901

6.199 HVP – Unidentified group, ca.1901

6.200 HVP – Mabel and J.J. Henderson in front of family house, San Antonio, Texas, 1905

6.201 HVP – Family house, San Antonio, Texas, 1905

6.202 HVP – Mabel Henderson in front of family house, San Antonio, Texas, 1905

6.203 HVP – Family house, San Antonio, Texas, 1905

6.204 HVP – Unidentified, ca.1905

6.205 HVP – Unidentified camp, ca.1905

6.206 HVP – Celia Henderson on beach, ca.1905

6.207 HVP – Unidentified house, ca.1905

6.208 HVP – Unidentified church, ca.1890

6.209 HVP – Not used

9 10 Photographs of Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1873-1944, n.d. (20 photographs)
 

6.210 HVP – Mabel Henderson, 1878 [L.W. Cook]

6.211 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark, n.d.

6.212 HVP – Mabel Henderson, ca.1904 [Litchfield Studios]

6.213 HVP – Mabel Henderson, 1888 [Pach Bros]

6.214 HVP – Mabel Henderson, 1887 [Pach Bros]

6.215 HVP – Unidentified woman, 1873 [E.F. Hall & Co]

6.216 HVP – Mabel Henderson, 1901 [Adams]

6.217 HVP – Mabel Henderson, 1904 [Litchfield Studios]

6.218 HVP – Mabel Henderson, ca.1904 [Litchfield Studios]

6.219 HVP – Mabel Henderson, ca. 1904 [Litchfield Studios]

6.220 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark, n.d. [Byrd Studios]

6.221 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark, n.d. [Byrd Studios]

6.222 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1944 [Marshall Studio]

6.223 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark at “Ida’s Marblehead Neck, June 1932”

6.224 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark, n.d.

6.225 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1944 [Marshall Studio]

6.226 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark at “Ida’s Marblehead Neck, June 1932”

6.227 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1938?

6.228 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark, “Garden after hurricane, Sept. 1938”

6.229 HVP – Mabel Henderson “dressed as a cowboy standing in grape arbor at 7 Chester Street, Cambridge, about 1888. Trousers of Walter Henderson, leather jacket from Texas, and hat also.”

9 11 Photographs of Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1877-1904, n.d. (12 photographs)
 

6.230 HVP – Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1877 [C.F. Cook]

6.231 HVP – Wilson Ezra Vandermark, n.d. [Vail]

6.232 HVP – Unidentified men with W.E. Vandermark on board the Reliance, n.d.

6.233 HVP – W. E. Vandermark with unidentified man, n.d.

6.234 HVP – W. E. Vandermark with unidentified man (cyanotype), n.d.

6.235 HVP – W.E. Vandermark, n.d.

6.236 HVP – Vandermark Family, “Taken on the steps of the John Barues homestead, August 1896.  Wishing you a Merry Christmas, Anna Hancock Smith, Wyoming, Pa.”

6.237 HVP – W. E. Vandermark, 1903 [Homan]

6.238 HVP – W. E. Vandermark, 1904 [Homan]

6.239 HVP – W. E. Vandermark, 1903 [Homan]

6.240 HVP – W. E. Vandermark, n.d. [F.R. Barrows]

6.241 HVP – W. E. Vandermark, n.d. [F.R. Barrows]

9 12 Photographs of the Vandermark Family, 1909-1918 (50 photographs)
 

6.242 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark in Chelsea, 1909

6.243 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark in Chelsea, 1909

6.244 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark in Chelsea, 1909

6.245 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, ca.1909

6.246 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, ca.1909

6.247 HVP – Mabel and John Vandermark, ca.1913

6.248 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, ca.1913

6.249 HVP – “Celia and John [and Mabel Vandermark] with paper bags filled with ripe milk-weed pods, Sept. 1913”

6.250 HVP – Celia, John, and Mabel Vandermark, n.d.

6.251 HVP – Celia Vandermark with black kitten and unidentified woman, 1910

6.252 HVP – Celia, John, and Mabel Vandermark, n.d.

6.253 HVP – Celia, John, and Mabel Vandermark, n.d.

6.254 HVP – Celia, John, and Mabel Vandermark, n.d.

6.255 HVP – Unidentified woman, John, and Mabel Vandermark, n.d.

6.256 HVP – Celia and John Vandermark in Medford, ca.1913

6.257 HVP – W. E. and Celia Vandermark in Chelsea, 1909

6.258 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, n.d.

6.259 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, 1918

6.260 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, 1918

6.261 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, 1918

6.262 HVP – W. E. and Mabel Vandermark, June 30, 1905

6.263 HVP – Celia and John Vandermark, n.d.

6.264 HVP – John and Celia Vandermark, August 1917 [Buena Vista Studio]

6.265 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, n.d.

6.266 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, n.d.

6.267 HVP – Celia and John Vandermark on roller skates, 1918

6.268 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, 1909

6.269 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, n.d.

6.270 HVP – “The Vandermark Family Bring Their Greetings to You, 9 Irving Street, Cambridge,” n.d.

6.271 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, “We send you our Greetings and wish for you a year of Hope and Peace and Joy, Rev. and Mrs. Wilson Ezra Vandermark, Celia Vandermark, 14 Lawrence Street, Chelsea,” ca.1909

6.272 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, “Rev. and Mrs. Wilson Ezra Vandermark and Children Send Wishes for a Happy Christmas. May all Blessings come to you and yours the coming year, 41 Central Avenue, Medford,” n.d.

6.273 HVP – Vandermark Family, 1915

6.274 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, n.d.

6.275 HVP – W. E. Vandermark in Medford, 1913

6.276 HVP – Celia, W. E., and John Vandermark in Medford, 1913

6.277 HVP – John and Celia Vandermark in Medford, 1913

6.278 HVP – Celia and John Vandermark in Medford, 1913

6.279 HVP – Celia, W. E., and John Vandermark in Medford, 1913

6.280 HVP – Celia and W. E. Vandermark, n.d. [Whitman]

6.281 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, “For Father and Mother, Celia Age 3 ½ months, July 1909” [Litchfield]

6.282 HVP – Mabel and Celia Vandermark, n.d.

6.283 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, 1911 [Barrows]

6.284 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, 1911 [Barrows]

6.285 HVP – Celia, Mabel, and John Vandermark, 1911 [Barrows]

6.286 HVP – Celia and Mabel Vandermark, n.d. [Whitman]

6.287 HVP – Celia and W. E. Vandermark, n.d. [Whitman]

6.288 HVP – Celia Vandermark, n.d. [Whitman]                              

6.289 HVP – Celia Vandermark, n.d. [Whitman]

6.290 HVP – Celia Vandermark, n.d. [Whitman]

6.291 HVP – Celia and Mabel Vandermark, n.d. [Whitman]

9 13

Photographs of groups re: Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1889-1902 (8 photographs)

 

6.292 HVP – W. E. Vandermark with unidentified children, n.d.

6.293 HVP – Group of Dickinson College [Pennsylvania] students in front of hurdy-gurdy, 1891

6.294 HVP – W. E. Vandermark with group of students, n.d.

6.295 HVP – W. E. Vandermark with group of ministers?, n.d.

6.296 HVP – Editorial board of Dickinson Liberal, June 1890 [F.J. Cornwell]

6.297 HVP – Editorial board of Dickinson Liberal, June 1891 [F.J. Cornwell]

6.298 HVP – W. E. Vandermark with unidentified man, 1902 [James Morman]

6.299 HVP – Dickinson Seminary students, 1889-1890

  1ss Photographs of groups re: J.J. Henderson and Wilson Ezra Vandermark, 1915-1924 (2 photographs)
 

6.645 HVP – Puddingstone Club Annual Outing, William J. Farley’s Estate, Weston, Massachusetts, June 5, 1915 [Hines]

6.647 HVP – Puddingstone Club Annual Outing, Colonial Golf and Country Club, Lynnfield, Massachusetts, June 14, 1924 [Thomas A. Slater]

9 14 Photographs of Celia Vandermark Scudder, 1909-1938, n.d. (12 photographs)
 

6.301 HVP – Celia Vandermark, March 1911

6.302 HVP – Celia Vandermark in baby carriage, December 1909

6.303 HVP – Celia Vandermark at window, 1911 [Barrows]

6.304 HVP – Celia Vandermark at window, 1911 [Barrows]

6.305 HVP – Celia Vandermark, June 1909 [Litchfield]

6.306 HVP – Celia Vandermark, n.d. [Warren Kay]

6.307 HVP – Celia Vandermark in cap and gown, n.d.

6.308 HVP – Celia Vandermark in Ascutney, VT, August 1938 [Roxanna Henderson]

6.309 HVP – Celia Vandermark, August 1935

6.310 HVP – Celia Vandermark, n.d.

6.311 HVP – Celia Vandermark and Mason Scudder?, n.d.

6.312 HVP – Celia Vandermark, n.d.

9 15 Photographs of John Vandermark, 1926-1945, n.d.   (7 photographs
 

6.313 HVP – “John at 2 ¾ years,” n.d.

6.314 HVP – E. K. Deane and John Vandermark in Germany, May 1945

6.315 HVP – John Vandermark in play?, n.d.

6.316 HVP – Company L 2nd Finance Training Bn, Fort Benjamin Harrison, September 16, 1943 [Post Photo Shop]

6.317 HVP – John Vandermark, ca.1930 [Bosworth Studio]

6.318 HVP – John Vandermark, 15 ½ years, April 1926

6.319 HVP – John Vandermark, n.d. [Bosworth Studios]

9 16   Photographs of (Keyes) Vandermark Family, 1947, n.d. (27 photographs)
 

6.320 HVP – Peter Vandermark as a child, n.d.

6.321 HVP – Peter Vandermark as a child, n.d.

6.322 HVP – Juliet Frances Keyes Vandermark in uniform, ca. 1943

6.323 HVP – Juliet Frances Keyes Vandermark in uniform, ca. 1943

6.324 HVP – Juliet Frances Keyes Vandermark, n.d.

6.325 HVP – Juliet Frances Keyes Vandermark at beach, n.d.

6.326 HVP – Juliet Frances Keyes Vandermark on bench, n.d.

6.327 HVP – Juliet Frances Keyes Vandermark on bench, n.d.

6.328 HVP – Juliet Frances Keyes Vandermark, n.d.

6.329 HVP – John and Frances Vandermark with children Peter and Henry, n.d.

6.330 HVP – Peter and Henry Vandermark, n.d.

6.331 HVP – Frances Vandermark with children Peter and Henry, n.d.

6.332 HVP – Juliet Frances Keyes Vandermark, n.d. [Peter Rossiter]

6.333 HVP – Peter Vandermark, December 20, 1947

6.334 HVP – Peter Vandermark, December 20, 1947

6.335 HVP – Peter Vandermark, December 20, 1947

6.336 HVP – Peter Vandermark, December 12, 1947

6.337 HVP – Peter Vandermark, December 10, 1947

6.338 HVP – Peter Vandermark, October 30, 1947

6.339 HVP – Peter Vandermark, November, 1947

6.340 HVP – Peter Vandermark, October 9, 1947

6.341 HVP – Peter Vandermark, October 9, 1947

6.342 HVP – Peter Vandermark, October 9, 1947

6.343 HVP – Peter Vandermark, October 9, 1947

6.344 HVP – Peter Vandermark, October 9, 1947

6.345 HVP – Peter Vandermark, September 20, 1947

6.346 HVP – Peter Vandermark, September 20, 1947

6.347 HVP – Peter Vandermark, September 20, 1947

6.347a HVP – Peter Vandermark, September 20, 1947

9 17 Photographs of 7 Chester Street, Cambridge, 1875-1896 (15 photographs)
    6.348 HVP – Game room, n.d.

6.349 HVP – Game room with shell collection, n.d.

6.350 HVP – Parlor, n.d.

6.351 HVP – Dining room, n.d.

6.352 HVP – Shell collection, n.d.

6.353 HVP – Parlor, n.d.

6.354 HVP – Shell collection, n.d.

6.355 HVP – House exterior, 1875

6.356 HVP – Dining room, 1886 [Holmes Bros]

6.357 HVP – Parlor, 1886 [Holmes Bros]

6.358 HVP – Parlor, 1886 [Homes Bros]

6.359 HVP – Corner of parlor, 1896

6.360 HVP – Corner of parlor showing sideboard, 1896

6.361 HVP – Exterior front of house, 1896

6.362 HVP – Exterior front of house, ca.1900

9 18 Photographs of 14 Elmwood Avenue, Cambridge, n.d. (7 photographs)
 

6.363 HVP – Exterior side of house, n.d.

6.364 HVP – Interior corner of rear parlor, n.d.

6.365 HVP – Interior opposing corner of rear parlor, n.d.

6.366 HVP – Interior front parlor, n.d.6.367 HVP – Dining room, n.d. [F.H. Higgins]

6.368 HVP – Sitting room, n.d. [F.H. Higgins]

6.369 HVP – Second floor bedroom, n.d. [F.H. Higgins]

9 19 Photographs of Wilbraham Academy Students, 1927 (11 photographs)
 

6.370 HVP – Unidentified, “Hit him one for me, John, you Dutchman, Mac,”1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.371 HVP – Unidentified, “To John, Good luck in Harvard, Arnold,” 1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.372 HVP – Unidentified, “To Longjohn, May you succeed in Hahvahd, Bob,” 1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.373 HVP – Unidentified, “Harvard – Rah – Rah, Best of luck old top  ‘Monk’,” 1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.374 HVP – Unidentified, “To Vandy, We Cambridge sharks? Must stick to-gether.  Good luck to you John. Bill,” 1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.375 HVP – Unidentified, “Be Good, Vandy (?), Dick,” 1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.376 HVP – John Rodney, “Shall we do some Latin later??” 1927 [Treskunoff Studio]

6.377 HVP – Unidentified, “John Vandermark! I did not think that of You! ‘Zeke’,” [J.B. Schriever]

6.378 HVP – P. Smith, “’The go-together gets a pain in his side.’ Don’t let them kid you, Vandy,” 1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.379 HVP – S. Kunjara, “Cambridge is all right, but too dead,” 1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.380 HVP – Unidentified, “John, cast not such sorrowful glances at me, ‘Foggy’,” 1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.381 HVP – Wilbraham Academy Ice Hockey Player, “Just ‘Dougie’,” n.d.

9 20 Photographs re: Wilbraham Academy, ca.1927-1928 (6 photographs)
 

6.382 HVP – Class group including John Vandermark, ca.1928 [Bosworth Studio]

REMOVED TO OS2

6.383 HVP – School group including John Vandermark, ca.1928 [Bosworth Studio]

6.384 HVP – Class group including John Vandermark, ca.1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.385 HVP – School group including John Vandermark, ca.1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.386 HVP – Basketball team including John Vandermark, ca.1927 [Bosworth Studio]

6.387 HVP – Actors in class play, ca.1927 [Bosworth Studio]

9 21 Photographs of Crawford Notch (NH), Santa Barbara (CA), etc., 1886-1905 (14 photographs)
   

6.388 HVP – Mormon Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, 1905

6.389 HVP – Saltair Lake, Great Salt Lake, Utah, 1905

6.390 HVP – Woman with dog pulled cart, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1893 [Carl De Witte]

6.391 HVP – Woman and man with dog pulled cart, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1893 [Carl De Witte]

6.392 HVP – St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, 1893

6.393 HVP – Albert Memorial, Southampton, England, 1893 [F.G.O. Stuart]

6.394 HVP – Henderson Family at Camp, Framingham (NH), 1886 [J.A. French]

6.395 HVP – Flora Morrison claim, Tombstone, (AZ), 1905 [Humphries] “Pumps down 700 ft., pumping 300,000 gallons a day. Ore being worked as well.”

6.396 HVP – Mission Garden, Santa Barbara (CA), 1887 [Stringfield]

6.397 HVP – Old Spanish house, Santa Barbara (CA), 1888 [W.J. Rea]

6.398 HVP – Mud-brick house with native woman, Santa Barbara (CA), ca.1888 [W.J. Rea]

6.399 HVP – Crawford Notch (NH) and Crawford House, 1889

6.400 HVP – Willey Brook Bridge, P. & O.R.R. Crawford Notch (NH), “John O’Groat’s House,” ca.1889 [C.P. Hibbard]

6.401 HVP – Old Powderhouse, W. Somerville (MA), ca.1889 [N.L.K.]

9 22 Photographs of 1938 Hurricane, Cambridge (MA), 1938 (16 photographs)
   

6.402 HVP – Hurricane damage to 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.403 HVP – Side yard of 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.404 HVP – Hurricane damage to porch of 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.405 HVP – Fallen tree, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.406 HVP – Fallen tree on house, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.407 HVP – Hurricane damage to porch of 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.408 HVP – Fallen tree on house, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.409 HVP – Fallen tree on shed, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.410 HVP – Hurricane damage to porch of 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.411 HVP – Fallen tree, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.412 HVP – Fallen tree on house, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.413 HVP – Fallen tree on house, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.414 HVP – Fallen tree on shed, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.415 HVP – Large poplar falling on porch and into street, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.416 HVP – Removal of large poplar, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

6.417 HVP – Fallen poplar, 14 Elmwood Street, 1938

9 23 Photographs of Cambridge (MA), 1918, n.d. (11 photographs)
   

6.036 HVP – Aerial view of gathering on common, n.d. (negative)

6.037 HVP – Aerial view of common showing Memorial Hall, n.d. (negative)

6.038 HVP – Aerial view of gathering on common, n.d. (negative)

6.039 HVP – Aerial view of gathering on common, n.d. (negative)

6.418 HVP – Aerial view of gathering on common, n.d.

6.419 HVP – Aerial view of common showing Memorial Hall, n.d.

6.420 HVP – Print of Garden Street showing Fay House and Shepard Memorial Church, n.d.

6.421 HVP – Children of the American Revolution, James Winthrop Chapter (with John and Celia Vandermark) taken at Cambridge Boat House, 1918 [H.W. Taylor]

REMOVED TO OS2

6.430 HVP – View of construction in Harvard Square area, n.d. (negative)

6.431 HVP – Aerial view of Cambridge from Harvard Square area, n.d. (negative)

6.432 HVP – Aerial view of gathering on common, n.d. (negative)

9 24 Photographs of Camp Becket and friends of John Vandermark, 1924, n.d. (27 photographs)
   

6.422 HVP – John Henderson at Camp Becket, n.d.

6.423 HVP – John Henderson at Camp Becket, n.d.

6.424 HVP – Unidentified girl, n.d. (negative)

6.425 HVP – Unidentified group of boys, n.d. (negative)

6.426 HVP – Unidentified boy with tennis racket, n.d. (negative)

6.427 HVP – Unidentified boy on rooftop, n.d. (negative)

6.428 HVP – Unidentified boy and girl, n.d. (negative)

6.429 HVP – Unidentified boy and girl, n.d. (negative)

6.433 HVP – Unidentified boy and girl, n.d.

6.434 HVP – Unidentified girl, n.d.

6.435 HVP – John Henderson at Camp Becket, n.d.

6.436 HVP – Unidentified group of boys in costume in car at Camp Becket, n.d.

6.437 HVP – Cabins at Camp Becket, n.d.

6.438 HVP – Unidentified boy, n.d.

6.439 HVP – Unidentified boy and girl, n.d.

6.440 HVP – John Henderson on rooftop, n.d.

6.441 HVP – Calisthenics at Camp Becket, n.d. (poor quality)

6.442 HVP – Ceremony at Camp Becket, 1924

6.443 HVP – Group of counselors at Camp Becket, 1924

6.444 HVP – Children performing the Pledge of Allegiance at Camp Becket, 1924

6.445 HVP – Group of boys in front of cabin, Camp Becket, ca.1924

6.446 HVP – Counselors and boys at Camp Becket, 1924

6.447 HVP – Unidentified boy, “Yours Vancy, Lovey,” n.d.

6.448 HVP – Children playing at Camp Becket, ca.1924

6.449 HVP – Portrait of unidentified boy, n.d. [Byrd Studio]

6.450 HVP – Portrait of unidentified boy, “Tweedy,” n.d. [Byrd Studio]

6.451 HVP – Portrait of unidentified girl, n.d. [Byrd Studio]

9 25 Photographs of Shady Hill School, 1921, n.d. (8 photographs)
   

6.452 HVP – Students performing Greek? Play, n.d.

6.453 HVP – Students performing Greek? Play, n.d.

6.454 HVP – Students performing Greek? Play, n.d.

6.455 HVP – Stage props for Greek? Play, n.d.

6.456 HVP – Students in various costumes, 1921 (names listed on back)

6.457 HVP – Group of students, n.d.; includes John Vandermark and May Sarton

6.458 HVP – Students performing Greek? Play, n.d.

6.459 HVP – Stage props for Greek? Play, n.d.

9 26 Photographs of Vandermark Family and friends, 1917-1951, n.d. (78 photographs)
   

6.460 HVP – Unidentified woman, n.d.

6.461 HVP – Roxanna Henderson Davis, Grace Henderson Quirin, Mabel Henderson Vandermark, 1938

6.462 HVP – Miss Starbird, Celia Vandermark, Mabel Henderson Vandermark, Gladys Gage, William (?), Marjorie (?), Sarah (?), Grace Henderson Quirin, and two unidentified children, August 1941

6.463 HVP – Mabel, Celia, and John Vandermark on porch, 1917

6.464 HVP – Three unidentified children, n.d.

6.465 HVP – Unidentified woman in garden, n.d.

6.466 HVP – Portrait of unidentified woman, n.d.

6.467 HVP – “Priscilla, 5,” 1951 [Floyd Huff Studios]

6.468 HVP – “David, 8,” 1951 [Floyd Huff Studios]

6.469 HVP – “Croquet grounds and side doors and summer house and hanging wood-bine, n.d.

6.470 HVP – Mabel Henderson Vandermark and unidentified woman, n.d. (poor quality)

6.471 HVP – Two unidentified girls, n.d.

6.472 HVP – Grace Gladys Gage Davis with two children, n.d.

6.473 HVP – Celia Vandermark(?), 1917

6.474 HVP – Child in garden, 1917

6.475 HVP – Two children in garden, 1917

6.476 HVP – Two children in garden, 1917

6.477 HVP – Man in uniform, “Lane,” October 1942

6.478 HVP – Celia Vandermark, August 1935

6.479 HVP – Dog in garden, n.d.

6.480 HVP – “Mrs. Keyes, Mabel Henderson Vandermark, Frances Keyes, John Vandermark, Alice and Ted Hollander, Hamilton, Mass.,” 1946

6.481 HVP – “Grace, Celia, Gladys, Mabel, William, Helen Budd, Leah, Marjorie, in front of [illegible],” August 1941

6.482 HVP – “At the Hollanders, Summer 1946”

6.483 HVP – Unidentified steamer ship, n.d.

6.484 HVP – Unidentified ship, n.d.

6.485 HVP – Unidentified ship, n.d.

6.486 HVP – Unidentified ship, n.d.

6.487 HVP – Unidentified ship, n.d.

6.488 HVP – Unidentified boat, n.d.

6.489 HVP – Unidentified ship, n.d.

6.490 HVP – Unidentified ship, n.d.

6.491 HVP – Unidentified man in uniform with dog, October 1942

6.492 HVP – Four women, including Mabel Vandermark, November 1935

6.493 HVP – Unidentified boy, “Marblehead Neck, June 1935”

6.494 HVP – Four people at table, including Celia Vandermark, “Ascutney, August [19]38 taken by Roxanna”

6.495 HVP – Unidentified man in uniform, October 1942

6.496 HVP – Unidentified boy, July 1935

6.497 HVP – Five people standing, including Wilson Ezra Vandermark, “While at Brookside, Ascutney, Vermont, 1918”

6.498 HVP – Unidentified church [presumably in Ascutney, Vermont], n.d.

6.499 HVP – Group of six, including Mabel Vandermark and Wilson Ezra Vandermark, “On the shore of lake – Pretty sporty crowd, W.E.V. & President Plympton, July 10, 1918”

6.500 HVP – Unidentified man “‘In the “Flume,’ 1918”

6.501 HVP – Group of people in auto, including Wilson Ezra Vandermark, Mabel Vandermark, and President Plympton, “we were ‘seven’, July 10, 1918”

6.502 HVP – Group of people, including Wilson Ezra Vandermark, Mabel Vandermark, and President Plympton, “Heroes of the ‘battle’ in the foreground, 1918”

6.503 HVP – Unidentified house and gardens, n.d.

6.504 HVP – Four women, including Cora (Henderson) Gage and Celia Vandermark, 1935

6.505 HVP – Seth Gage, Cora (Henderson) Gage, and Roxanna (Henderson) Davis, “Celebration for Cora’s birthday, November 10, 1935”

6.506 HVP – Grace (Henderson) Quirin, Roxanna (Henderson) Davis, Mabel Vandermark, “Seth’s garden, Ascutney, June 1938”

6.507 HVP – Four children, including Peter(?) Vandermark, n.d.

6.508 HVP – John Henderson Vandermark with sons Peter and Henry, n.d.

6.509 HVP – John Henderson and Frances (Keyes) Vandermark with sons Peter and Henry, n.d.

6.510 HVP –Frances (Keyes) Vandermark with sons Peter and Henry, n.d.

6.511 HVP – Peter and Henry Vandermark, n.d.

6.512 HVP – not used

6.513 HVP – Four unidentified people, n.d.

6.514 HVP – Three unidentified people, n.d.

6.515 HVP – Man pinning corsage on woman, n.d.

6.516 HVP – Man (with champagne) and woman, n.d.

6.517 HVP – Three women with child, n.d.

6.518 HVP – Two men (one with tea cup), n.d.

6.519 HVP – Three unidentified women, n.d.

6.520 HVP – Unidentified man in doorway, n.d.

6.521 HVP – Peter and Henry Vandermark, n.d.

6.522 HVP – Unidentified group of people, n.d.

6.523 HVP – Peter Vandermark blowing out candles, n.d.

6.524 HVP – Peter and Henry Vandermark, n.d.

6.525 HVP – Group of children at table including Peter Vandermark, n.d.

6.526 HVP – Henry Vandermark in pool, n.d.

6.527 HVP – not used

6.528 HVP – Group of children at table including Peter Vandermark, n.d.

6.529 HVP – Group of children including Peter Vandermark, n.d.

6.530 HVP – Group of children seated in grass, including Peter and Henry Vandermark, n.d.

6.531 HVP – Group of children including Peter Vandermark, n.d.

6.532 HVP – Peter Vandermark, n.d.

6.533 HVP – Peter and Henry Vandermark at pool, n.d.

6.534 HVP – Horse-drawn carriage approaching a ferry (postcard), n.d.

6.535 HVP – Unidentified woman and child with carriages, February 1945

6.536 HVP – Unidentified girl and infant, November 28, 1944

6.537 HVP – Unidentified girl, n.d.

6.538 HVP – Warren Wel? [illegible] golfing, 1930

9 27 Photographs of Henderson and Vandermark family and friends, ca.1860-1920, n.d. (28 photographs)
   

6.539 HVP – Unidentified girl, ca.1870 [Robert Benecke]

6.540 HVP – Roxanna Henderson (tintype), ca.1860

6.541 HVP – Roxanna Henderson (tintype), ca.1860

6.542 HVP – Roxanna Henderson (tintype), ca.1860

6.543 HVP – Roxanna Henderson (tintype), ca.1860

6.544 HVP – Roxanna Henderson (tintype), ca.1860

6.545 HVP – Roxanna Henderson with unidentified girl (tintype), ca.1860

6.546 HVP – “Mrs. F.W. Bremer, Helen, Augusta, and William,” n.d.

6.547 HVP – Unidentified girl, n.d. [John A. Clark]

6.548 HVP – Cora (Henderson) Gage, 1920 [Bachrach]

6.549 HVP – John and Grace (Henderson) Quirin with an unidentified couple, n.d.

6.550 HVP – Group (12) including Mabel (Henderson Vandermark, John and Grace (Henderson) Quirin, Roxanna (Henderson) Davis, n.d.

6.551 HVP – Mabel Vandermark, Grace (Henderson) Quirin, Roxanna (Henderson) Davis, ca.1938

6.552 HVP – Group of six including Grace (Henderson) Quirin, ca.1938

6.553 HVP – Mabel Vandermark, Grace (Henderson) Quirin, Roxanna (Henderson) Davis, ca.1938

6.554 HVP – Unidentified house, n.d.

6.555 HVP – Unidentified man, n.d. [H.W. Taylor]

6.556 HVP – Unidentified woman with two children, 1894

6.557 HVP – Unidentified man, “Taken by Dr. Charles R. Essick, May 1942”

6.558 HVP – Two unidentified women, “June 1924”

6.559 HVP – Unidentified woman, “21 years,” n.d.

6.560 HVP – Unidentified house, n.d.

6.561 HVP – Unidentified woman, 1924 [Bachrach]

6.562 HVP – Grace (Henderson) Gage, 1921 [Bachrach]

6.563 HVP – Group including John Henderson Vandermark, Celia Vandermark, Seth Gage, Roxanna (Henderson) Davis, and eight others, n.d. [Bannister Studio]

6.564 HVP – Edward Lane Davis, “2 years and 3 months, October 1920” [Squires]

6.565 HVP – Unidentified woman with two children, n.d. [G. Edwin Williams]

6.566 HVP – Unidentified couple, n.d.

6.567 HVP – “Alfred Gage’s home, San Antonio, Texas, Aunt Margaret from Alfred and Ida, n.d. [Frisbie]

9 28

Photographs of Vandermark family and friends, travel, etc., ca.1950 (45 photographs, 1 slide)

   

6.568 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.569 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.570 HVP – Unidentified party scene, including Mabel Vandermark, n.d.

6.571 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.572 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.573 HVP – Unidentified party scene, including John Vandermark, n.d.

6.574 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.575 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.576 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.577 HVP – Unidentified party scene, including John Vandermark, n.d.

6.578 HVP – Unidentified party scene, including John Vandermark, n.d.

6.579 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.580 HVP – Unidentified party scene, including John Vandermark, n.d.

6.581 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.582 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.583 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.584 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.585 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.586 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.587 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.588 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.589 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.590 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.591 HVP – Unidentified party scene, including Mabel Vandermark, n.d.

6.592 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.593 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.594 HVP – “Llao Llao,” n.d.

6.595 HVP – “Lorno Volcanoe,” n.d.

6.596 HVP – “Lake Moreno,” n.d.

6.597 HVP – “Fishing – Lake Moreno,” n.d.

6.598 HVP – “Hotel at Peulla, n.d.”

6.599 HVP – “Puerto Varas Hotel,” n.d.

6.600 HVP – “Puerto Bleso,” n.d.

6.601 HVP – “Lake Todos los Santos, Chile,” n.d.

6.602 HVP – “Mt. Trouador, border between Chile & Argentine,” n.d.

6.603 HVP – “View from hotel Tres Reyes in Bariloche,” n.d.

6.604 HVP – “From Santiago, San Cristobal,” n.d.

6.605 HVP – “Lima, Peru,” n.d.

6.606 HVP – Unidentified party scene, n.d.

6.607 HVP – Henry? Vandermark, n.d.

6.608 HVP – Mabel Vandermark with Henry? Vandermark, n.d.

6.609 HVP – Unidentified woman with Peter? Vandermark, n.d.

6.610 HVP – Mabel Vandermark with Henry? Vandermark, n.d.

6.611 HVP – “Lorring to Peulla,” n.d.

6.612 HVP – John Vandermark, n.d.

6.613 HVP – not used

6.614sl HVP – View of Tufts College by George A. Frost “given to Tufts College by John Henderson Vandermark,” n.d.

9 30 Cased photographs, n.d. (2 photographs)
   

6.615 HVP – Unidentified woman (in case), n.d.

6.616 HVP – Grace (Henderson) Gage (in case), 1920 [Bachrach]

9 31v Gage-Henderson photograph album, ca.1865-1880
   

6.617 HVP – Carl Meisel, “one of a music club [in] Boston, ca.1870

6.618 HVP – “Mrs. Milton Gage’s sister,” ca.1870

6.619 HVP – John J. Henderson, ca.1870 [Allen & Rowell]

6.620 HVP – Celia (Gage) Henderson, ca.1880

6.621 HVP – Cora Henderson, “b. 1865, m. Seth Newton Gage,” ca.1880

6.622 HVP – Mabel Henderson, “b. 1870, m. W.E. Vandermark,” ca.1882

6.623 HVP – Mabel Henderson, “b. 1870, m. W.E. Vandermark,” ca.1882

6.624 HVP – Celia (Gage) Henderson, “m. June 1863 John J. Henderson,” 1863

6.625 HVP – John J. Henderson, September 1863

6.626 HVP – “Mrs. Seamans, ca.1865

6.627 HVP – “’Uncle Benny’ Seamans,” ca.1865

6.628 HVP – J. P. Hayward, 1866

6.629 HVP – “Aunti Flora, Florence (Gage) Hayward, sister of Celia Gage Henderson, wife of J. P. Hayward,” ca.1865

6.630 HVP – possibly Sarah (Pettengill) Gage, ca.1865 [Washburn]

6.631 HVP – possibly Jonathan Gage, ca.1865 [Washburn]

6.632 HVP – Unidentified girl, 1875 [J. C. Moulton]

6.633 HVP – “Leife Gage’s brother, ca.1865 [Warren]

6.634 HVP – Mabel? Henderson, ca.1872 [Warren]

6.635 HVP – Mabel Henderson, ca.1880 [L.W. Cook]

6.636 HVP – Unidentified elderly woman, ca.1865 [Morrill]

6.637 HVP – Uncle Benny Seamans?, ca.1865

6.638 HVP – Unidentified woman, ca.1870 [Allen & Rowell]

6.639 HVP – Cora Henderson, 1877 [E.P. Dunsbee]

6.640 HVP – Cora Henderson

6.641 HVP – Unidentified woman, ca.1865, ca.1865

6.642 HVP – Unidentified man, ca.1865 [E.L. Brand]

6.643 HVP – Unidentified woman, ca.1865 [A. Sonrel]

6.644 HVP – Ashby Hayward, ca.1865 [J.C. Moulton]

Subseries B. Memorabilia, 1841-1945, n.d

10.1m

John J. Henderson's Lapel Pin, ca.1870
10.2m     American Red Cross, Blood Donor, Pro Patria Pin, 1943
10.3m       ARC [American Red Cross], Swimmer, LSC Button, ca.1930
10.4m-10.5m World War II Air Raid Warden Arm Bands (2), ca.1942-1945
10.6m Paper Doll and costumes, 1917
10.7m Neshobe Camps “N” small patch, n.d.
10.8m Neshobe Camps “N” large patch, n.d.
10.9m  United States Army Staff Sergeant Chevron, ca.1942-1945
10.10m Army Service Forces Patch, ca.1942-1945
10.11m Condom, ca.1942-1945
10.12m Henderson Handkerchief, n.d.
10.13m United States Army Honorable Discharge Patch, ca.1942-1945
10.14m United States Army Technician 5th Grade Patches, ca.1942-1945
10.15m Calling card printing plate, “Miss Mabel Henderson, 7 Chester Street, Cambridge,” n.d.
10.16m Calling card printing plate, “Mrs. Milton Gage,” n.d.
10.17m-10.19m Painted porcelain plates (3), 1876, n.d.
10.20m John J. Henderson's slate board, 1841
10.21m John J. Henderson's cane handle, London, 1891
10.22m Scroll from play at Camp Becket, ca.1922
10.23m Daily Food for Christians, To Celia from Mrs. Frank Yucker on her first birthday, 1910
10.24m Daily Food for Christians, Mabel Henderson, ca.1845
10.25m “Celia's hair cut in front August 4, 1910 and tooth fell out from a fall on attic stairs”, 1910
10.26m “Hair cut from Celia's head Nov. 17, 1910 by Roxana”, 1910
10.27m Holy Bible, given to Celia Isabel Gage by her mother, Roxana Chase Gage, 1849
10.28m Cake in heart-shaped box from Roxana Henderson Davis's wedding, 1915
10.29m Drawing of Cora (age 7) and Mabel (age 4), 1876
10.30m World War II Garrison Cap, ca.1942
11.31m Framed Photograph of Cora Gage (age 3) with a lock of hair, 1868
12.32m-13.33m Banners made by Wilson Ezra Vandermark for fundraising
14.34m J.J. Henderson’s (beaver) top hat, ca.1890
15.35m Painting (from a photograph) of J.J. Henderson, ca.1870 [on display]
15.36m Crayon drawing (from a photograph) of Celia, Grace, and Cora Henderson, ca.1880 [on display]

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