Guide to the Pratt family photograph collection,
1799-1990

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Pratt family.
Title: Pratt family photograph collection
Dates: 1799-1990 ( inclusive )
1850-1865 ( bulk )
Quantity: 2 boxes (1.5 linear ft. )
Collection Number: USU_P0280
Summary: Box 1 contains three framed daguerreotype portraits of Benjamin F. Grouard, Louisa B. Pratt, and Lois Pratt Hunt, and three framed tintype portraits of Addison Pratt, Ann Louise Pratt, and John Hunt, Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, and Ida Hunt. Also included is a gold necklace. The connection between these portraits and the gold necklace is unknown. All of the images were probably taken in California between 1850 and 1865. Box 2 of the Pratt Family Collection consists of copies of the portraits in Box 1, as well as additional copy photographs of Pratt family relatives and friends, including: Jonathan Crosby, Caroline Barnes Crosby, Alma Crosby, Benjamin F. Grouard, Frank Grouard (Ephraim Pratt), James S. Brown, Philip B. Lewis, and Jane Amanda Stevens Lewis.
Repository: Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
Photograph Collection

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Biographical Note

Addison Pratt (1802-1872) was raised in New Hampshire, but in 1821 he left his family to work on a whaling ship. He spent the next ten years as a sailor before marrying Louisa Pratt (1802-1880) in 1831. Louisa was a successful seamstress and school teacher in Winchester, Massachusetts when the two met in 1827. The couple moved to northern New York and raised four daughters (Ellen, Frances, Lois, and Ann). In 1838 they converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and moved to Pleasant Grove, Indiana in 1839, and to Nauvoo, Illinois in 1841. Addison was called to serve a mission in the Sandwich Islands and left Nauvoo in 1843. In 1847 Louisa and her daughters made the overland trek to Salt Lake City from Nauvoo and Addison rejoined them in September, 1848. He was, however, called to another mission in the Pacific Islands and he left in late 1849. In early 1851 Louisa and the four daughters joined him in Tahiti. They returned to California and settled in San Bernardino in December, 1852. Addison left for yet another mission to Tahiti in 1856, but conditions were not favorable for missionary work and he returned that same year. When the call was issued for all Latter Day Saints to return to the Salt Lake Valley in October, 1857, Louisa returned to Utah. Addison remained in San Bernardino in part due to his dislike for cold weather and in part due to disagreements with LDS doctrines. Louisa settled with two daughters in Beaver, Utah. Addison would eventually move to Utah in 1863, but he returned to California due to failing health in December, 1864. He spent his remaining years in San Bernardino living with his daughter Frances and her husband James Dyer. Louisa continued to live in Beaver until her death in 1880. Further information about Addison and Louisa Barnes Pratt are available in the Addison Pratt Family Papers MS 228b, Addison Pratt Research Collection MS 228e, and Louisa Barnes Pratt Research Collection MS 228f.

Caroline Barnes Crosby was the sister of Louisa Barnes Pratt. Jonathan and Alma Crosby were her husband and son, respectively. The Crosby family also served a mission in the Sandwich Islands with the Pratt family, and lived in San Bernardino, California, and Beaver, Utah. Further information about Crosby Family is available in the Caroline Barnes Crosby Papers Collection MS 229a.

Benjamin Grouard was a close friend and fellow missionary of Addison Pratt. James S. Brown, Philip B. Lewis, and Jane Amanda Stevens Lewis were also missionaries in the Sandwich Island Mission.

Content Description

Box 1 of the Pratt Family Photograph Collection consists of three framed daguerreotype portraits of Benjamin F. Grouard, Louisa B. Pratt and Lois Pratt Hunt, and three framed tintype portraits of Addison Pratt, Ann Louise Pratt, and John Hunt, Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, and Ida Hunt. Also included is a gold necklace. The connection between these portraits and the gold necklace is unknown. All of the images were probably taken in California between 1850 and 1865.

Box 2 of the Pratt Family Collection consists of copies of the portraits in Box 1, as well as additional copy photographs of Pratt family relatives and friends, including: Jonathan Crosby, Caroline Barnes Crosby, Alma Crosby, Benjamin F. Grouard, Frank Grouard (Ephraim Pratt), James S. Brown, Philip B. Lewis, and Jane Amanda Stevens Lewis.

No reproductions are allowed from the original images. All reproductions must be made from the copies in Box 2. The original images are stored in the vault. Box 2 of this collection was removed from the Ellsworth Collection. Information enclosed in quotation marks is taken directly from the photograph. Researchers may wish to examine S. George Ellsworth Collection (P0025) and Ellsworth Family Photographs (P0142)

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  Restrictions

Open to public research.

Restrictions on Use :  Copyright

Reproductions not allowed from originals, must use copies in P0025, box 10.

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Permission to publish material from the Pratt family photograph collection must be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Alternative Forms Available :  

View selected digitized images from the Pratt family photograph collection.

Preferred Citation :  

Pratt family photograph collection, 1799-1990. (P0280). Utah State University. Special Collections & Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arrangement: Topical.

Acquisition Information :  

These images were donated to Utah State University by George and Maria Ellsworth. Maria was a great, great granddaughter of Louisa and Addison Pratt.

Processing Note :  

Register completed by Daniel Davis, June 2001, and revised by Elizabeth B. Woolcott, March 2004.

Related Materials :  

Addison Pratt Family papers (COLL MS 228b)

Addison Pratt research collection (COLL MS 228e)

Louisa Barnes Pratt research collection (COLL MS 228f)

Caroline Barnes Crosby papers (COLL MS 229a)


Detailed Description of the Collection

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5:   Small gold necklace
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1

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Addison Pratt
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box
folder
2 1
02:01:01: Addison Pratt
duplicate of photograph 1 in Box 1. Photograph by William Shew, 423 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
ca. 1861

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Addison Pratt
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box
folder
2 2
02:02:01: S. George Ellsworth photo
02:02:02: 2 copies of pages from the Addison Pratt 1845 journal

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Addison Pratt
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folder
2 3
02:03:01: Addison Pratt, full frame photograph
duplicate of photograph 1 in Box 1. "Final portrait in frame (as sent to Tahiti), Feb 11, 1976. Retouched by Charley at Bailey & Montague."
ca. 1861
02:03:02: Addison Pratt, full frame photograph
duplicate of photograph 1 in Box 1.
ca. 1861
02:03:03: Addison Pratt, head shot photograph
cropped duplicate of photograph 1 in Box 1. (1 copy.)
ca. 1861
02:03:04: Addison Pratt, head shot photograph
cropped duplicate of photograph 1 in Box 1. (1 copy.)
ca. 1861
02:03:05: Addison Pratt
duplicate of photograph 1 in Box 1. "Final portrait in Frame, (as sent to Tahiti). Black and white copy neg made by Ted Hansen." (1 copy.)
ca. 1861
02:03:06: Addison Pratt
duplicate of photograph 1 in Box 1. "Black and white negative of retouching job (Charlie at Bailey & Montague) before framing and sending to Tahiti." (1 copy.)
ca. 1861

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Addison Pratt
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folder
2 4
02:04:01: "Addison Pratt from an Old File C.H.O."
(2 copies.)
02:04:02: Photocopy of letter sent to Addison Pratt by Brigham Young from Nauvoo, dated
(1 copy.)
May 23, 1843
02:04:03: Addison Pratt photocopy
taken from "Journal of Louisa Barnes Pratt," Heart Throbs of the West, vol. 8, pages 189-400, page 206. (1 copy.)

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Addison and Louisa Barnes Pratt
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box
folder
2 5
02:05:01: Addison and Louisa Barnes Pratt photocopy
taken from The Stevens Genealogy, by Elvira Stevens, Skelton Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, 1907, p. 123. (4 photocopies and 1 black and white negative)
02:05:02: Addison Pratt
taken from The Stevens Genealogy, by Elvira Stevens, Skelton Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, 1907, p. 123. (1 copy.)
02:05:03: Louisa Barnes Pratt
taken from The Stevens Genealogy, by Elvira Stevens, Skelton Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, 1907, p. 123. (1 copy.)

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Louisa Barnes Pratt
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folder
2 6
02:06:01: Louisa Barnes Pratt
color print of Ted Hanson negative from original; duplicate of photograph 4 in Box 1. (4 color copies and 2 color negatives.)
02:06:02: Louisa Barnes Pratt
(2 copies and 2 negatives.)
02:06:03: Louisa Barnes Pratt
black and white print of Ted Hanson negative from original; duplicate of photograph 4 in Box 1. (4 black and white copies and 2 black and white negatives.)
02:06:04: Louisa Barnes Pratt
black and white print of Ted Hanson negative from original; cropped and enlarged duplicate of photograph 4 in Box 1. (5 black and white copies.)
02:06:05: Louisa Barnes Pratt and granddaughter Ida Frances Hunt Udall, Salt Lake City, Utah
(1 copy and 2 negatives.)
1866

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Ellen Sophronia Pratt McGary
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folder
2 7
02:07:01: Ellen Sophronia Pratt McGary
taken from "Journal of Louisa Barnes Pratt," Heart Throbs of the West, vol. 8, pages 189-400, page 258. (1 print and 2 negatives.)

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Frances Pratt Dyer
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2 8
02:08:01: Frances Pratt Dyer
taken from The Stevens Genealogy, by Elvira Stevens, Skelton Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, 1907, p. 127. (5 copies and 1 negative)
02:08:02: Frances Pratt Dyer
taken from "Journal of Louisa Barnes Pratt," Heart Throbs of the West, vol. 8, pages 189-400, page 260. (1 copy.)
02:08:03: Frances Pratt Dyer's son Frank Dyer with his wife Eula and daughter Lois Dyer
(1 copy)
02:08:04: Frances Pratt Dyer with her three sons Frank, Harry, and Addison Pratt Dyer, her daughter-in-law Eula Perry Dyer, and baby granddaughter Lois Dyer
(4 copies and 2 negatives.)

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Frances Pratt Dyer home and farm in California
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2 9
02:09:01: Frances Pratt Dyer, Frank Dyer, Harry Dyer, and James Jones Dyer standing near a wooden fence at the Dyer family farm in Anaheim, California
(2 copies and 1 negative)
02:09:02: Frances Pratt Dyer, Frank Dyer, Harry Dyer, and James Jones Dyer at the Dyer family farm in Anaheim, California
(2 copies and 1 negative)
02:09:03: Haying at the Harry Dyer Farm. "Harry never married. Helped take care of Frances after Addie died and Frank married."
(2 copies and 2 negatives.)

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Lois Pratt Hunt (Mrs. John Hunt)
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folder
2 10
02:10:01: Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, taken by J.M. Ford
duplicate of photograph 7 in Box 1. (4 color copies and 2 color negatives.)
ca. 1855
02:10:02: Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, taken by J.M. Ford
duplicate of photograph 7 in Box 1. (3 black and white copies and 2 black and white negatives.)
ca. 1855
02:10:03: Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, age 15, San Francisco
(6 copies and 2 negatives.)
1852
02:10:04: Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt
taken from "Journal of Louisa Barnes Pratt," Heart Throbs of the West, vol. 8, pages 189-400, page 258. (1 copy.)

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John Hunt, Lois B. Pratt Hunt, and baby Ida Frances
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2 11
02:11:01: John Hunt, Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, and baby Ida France Hunt, San Bernardino, California
duplicate of photograph 6 in Box 1. (6 copies and 3 negatives.)
1860
02:11:02: John Hunt, Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, and baby Ida France Hunt, San Bernardino, California
duplicate of photograph 6 in Box 1. (2 copies and 1 negative)
1860
02:11:03: John Hunt, Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, and baby Ida France Hunt, San Bernardino, California
duplicate of photograph 6 in Box 1. (2 color copies and 1 color negative)
1860
02:11:04: John Hunt, Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt, and baby Ida France Hunt, San Bernardino, California
duplicate of photograph 6 in Box 1. (7 color copies and 1 color negative)
1860

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Ann Louisa Pratt Willis
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2 12
02:12:01: Ann Louise Pratt Willis
duplicate of photograph 2 in Box 1. (3 color copies and 2 color negatives.)
ca. 1855
02:12:02: Ann Louise Pratt Willis
duplicate of photograph 2 in Box 1. (1 copy and 1 negative)
ca. 1855
02:12:03: Ann Louise Pratt Willis
taken from "Journal of Louisa Barnes Pratt," Heart Throbs of the West, vol. 8, pages 189-400, page 260. (5 copies and 1 negative)

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Addison Pratt Family Documents
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2 13
02:13:01: "Permis de Sejour,"
Pratt's Permit to live in Tahiti. (2 copies and 1 negative)
November 13, 1850
02:13:02: "Permis de Sejour,"
Pratt's permit to live in Tahiti. (4 copies and 4 negatives.)
May 25, 1850
02:13:03: 4x5 transparency of a letter from Haametua to Louisa Barnes Pratt and a journal
(2 color copies.)
02:13:04: 4x5 transparency of "Permis de Sejour,"
"E Faaite No Te Sabiti I Te Mau Avae Atoa Mai Te Matahiti", 1847-1880. (2 copies.)
November 13, 1850
02:13:05: Copy of document entitled "Establissement des Missionaires Mormons a Sabiti,"
from the Archives Nationale in Paris. (2 copies and 1 negative)
02:13:06: Letter written in French, from Haametua to Louis Barnes Pratt, Huuau, Tahiti
(2 copies and 1 negative)
January 8, 1851
02:13:07: Photocopy of the title page of a book entitled "E Bue Raa Himene, Oia Hoi Te Parau Haamaitai I Te Atua"
(1 copy)

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Photographs of Addison Pratt journal entries and documents
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2 14
02:14:01: Addison Pratt, "Journal" page
(3 copies and 2 negatives.)
April 21 to May 7, 1845
02:14:02: Addison Pratt, "Journal" page
(2 copies and 2 negatives.)
January to February 1845
02:14:03: Addison Pratt, "Journal" page
(2 copies and 1 negative)
December 13 to December 23, 1845
02:14:04: Addison Pratt, "Journal" page
(2 copies and 2 negatives.)
October 24 to November 5, 1844
02:14:05: Addison Pratt, "Journal" page
(2 copies and 1 negative)
December 24, 1844 to January 15, 1845
02:14:06: Addison Pratt, "Journal" page
(2 copies and 2 negative)
August 29 to September 4, 1844
02:14:07: Addison Pratt, "Journal" page
(2 copies and 2 negatives.)
February 3, 1845
02:14:08: Addison Pratt, "Journal" page
(2 copies and 2 negatives.)
September 10 to September 25, 1846
02:14:09: Minutes of a meeting at Ensign Hill
(1 copy)
July 21, 1849
02:14:10: Copy print of the title page of "The Records of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at Toobouai
(4 copies and 1 negative)
1844."
02:14:10: Copy print of the first page of "The Records of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at Toobouai
(2 copies and 1 negative)
1844."

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Photographs of Pratt family heirlooms, artifacts, and mementos
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folder
2 15
02:15:01: Addison Pratt's sea chest and gun
(1 copy and 1 negative.)
02:15:02: Addison Pratt's sea chest and gun
(1 copy and 1 negative)
02:15:03: Addison Pratt's rifle
(1 copy)
02:15:04: Addison Pratt's rifle
(1 copy)
02:15:05: Pratt family heirlooms: Photograph of five Pratt family photos, including Addison Pratt; Louisa Barnes Pratt; Ann Louise Pratt; John, Lois, and Ida Hunt; and Lois Pratt Hunt
SEE also 02:15:12. (3 color copies and 3 color negatives.)
02:15:06: Pratt family heirlooms: Photograph of five Pratt family photos, including Addison Pratt; Louisa Barnes Pratt; Ann Louise Pratt; John, Lois, and Ida Hunt; and Lois Pratt Hunt
SEE also 02:15:14. (2 black and white copies and 3 black and white negatives.)
02:15:07: Pratt family documents: Photograph of five books bound manuscripts belonging to the Pratt family
SEE also 02:15:13. (3 color copies and 3 color negatives.)
02:15:08: Pratt family documents: Photograph of five books bound manuscripts belonging to the Pratt family, lying on top of a shawl
SEE also 02:15:14 and 02:15:15. (2 black and white copies and 2 black and white negatives.)
02:15:09: Pratt family heirlooms: Photograph of the back of six Pratt family photos
SEE also 02:15:12. (2 color copies and 2 color negatives.)
02:15:10: Pratt family heirlooms: Photograph of the back of six Pratt family photos
SEE also 02:15:14. (2 black and white copies and 1 black and white negative)
02:15:11: Pratt family heirloom: a shawl or scarf.
SEE also 02:15:12 and 02:15:13. (2 color copies and 2 color negatives.)
02:15:12: Contact print of the Pratt family photographs and scarf featured in 02:15:05, 02:15:09, and 02:15:11
(1 copy.)
02:15:13: Contact print of the Pratt family scarf and bound manuscripts featured in 02:15:07 and 02:15:11
(1 copy)
02:15:14: Contact print of the Pratt family photographs, shawl, and bound manuscripts featured in 02:15:06, 02:15:08, and 02:15:10
(1 copy)
02:15:15: Contact print of the Pratt family shawl and bound manuscripts featured in 02:15:08
(1 copy)

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Jonathon Crosby
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2 16
02:16:01: Jonathon Crosby
taken from The Stevens Genealogy, by Elvira Stevens, Skelton Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, 1907, p. 71. (3 copies and 1 negative)

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Jonathon Crosby family
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box
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2 17
02:17:01: Jonathon Crosby family, probably Jonathan, Alma, and Caroline Barnes Crosby with Lois Barnes Pratt Hunt
Photograph also featured in Seasons of Faith and Courage, by S. George Ellsworth, Yves R. Perrin, Sandy, Utah, 1994, p. 25. (6 copies and 1 negative)

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Alma Crosby
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box
folder
2 18
02:18:01: Alma Crosby
taken from The Stevens Genealogy, by Elvira Stevens, Skelton Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, 1907, p. 75. (4 copies and 1 negative)

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James S. Brown
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box
folder
2 19
02:19:01: James S. Brown
also featured in Seasons of Faith and Courage, by S. George Ellsworth, Yves R. Perrin, Sandy, Utah, 1994, p. 39. (1 negative)
02:19:02: James S. Brown, entitled "Fire prepared to roast the missionary - sentenced to death"
Photograph also featured in Seasons of Faith and Courage, by S. George Ellsworth, Yves R. Perrin, Sandy, Utah, 1994, p. 27. (1 negative)

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Benjamin F. Grouard
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box
folder
2 20
02:20:01: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. (4 color copies and 2 color negatives.)
ca. 1860
02:20:02: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. (7 black and white copies and 1 black and white negative)
ca. 1860

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Benjamin F. Grouard
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folder
2 21
02:21:01: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. (4 black and white copies and 2 black and white negatives.)
ca. 1860

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Benjamin F. Grouard
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box
folder
2 22
02:22:01: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. Final portrait in frame (as sent to Tahiti). (1 black and white copy and 2 black and white negatives. Negative made by Ted Hansen.)
ca. 1860
02:22:02: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. (3 black and white copies and 1 black and white negative. Negative made by Ted Hansen.)
ca. 1860
02:22:03: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. (1 black and white copy and 1 black and white negative. Negative made by Replicolor Laboratories, Inc. 236 Edison St., Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111, on December 18, 1975.)
ca. 1860
02:22:04: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. Final portrait in frame (as sent to Tahiti). (3 color copies and 2 color negatives.)
ca. 1860
02:22:05: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. Final portrait in frame (as sent to Tahiti). (1 black and white negative of 02:22:04.)
ca. 1860
02:22:06: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. Final portrait in frame (as sent to Tahiti). (4 color copies and 3 color negatives.)
ca. 1860
02:22:07: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. From original without case or glass. (2 color negatives.)
ca. 1860
02:22:08: Benjamin F. Grouard
duplicate of photograph 3 in Box 1. From original without case or glass. (2 black and white negatives.)
ca. 1860

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Benjamin F. Grouard
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box
folder
2 23
02:23:01: Benjamin F. Grouard
cabinet card portrait taken in Santa Ana, California. (2 black and white copies and 1 black and white negative.)
02:23:02: Benjamin F. Grouard
cabinet card portrait taken in Santa Ana, California. (1 black and white copy.)

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Benjamin F. Grouard family group
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Description
box
folder
2 24
02:24:01: Benjamin F. Grouard family group portrait.
Original copy.
02:24:02: Benjamin F. Grouard family group portrait
(3 black and white copies and 2 black and white negatives.)
02:24:03: Enlarged view of Benjamin F. Grouard from the Grouard family group portrait
(1 black and white negative)

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Photos related to Henry Pratt
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folder
2 25
02:25:01: "Jeanie [Glazier] with Gloria and Larry Udall,"
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:02: View of a sign reading "Welcome to Winchester, N.H., Settled in 1733,"
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:03: "Jeanie Glazier and Edith Atkins by the Henry Pratt organ at Winchester, N.H.,"
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:04: "Brig and Wendell at the Joseph Smith home,"
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:05: Jeanie Glazier plays the Henry Pratt organ with Edith Atkins watching
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:06: "With Rob and cousin Mo,"
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:07: "Wendell and JoAnn at the Joseph Smith home, Palmyra, NY
(Color photograph)
August 1990
02:25:08: "Jeanie and Wendell,"
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:09: "The Conant Library, Winchester, N.H.,"
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:10: "The Pratt home in Winchester, N.H. The librarian thinks this was built by Henry's father Capt. Noah Pratt,"
(Color photograph)
ca. 1990
02:25:11: Leaflet drawing of the Henry Pratt organ, Winchester, N.H
(1 copy)

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From Bishop Museum, Honolulu
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2 26
02:26:01: "Palace of Kamiahamah," Honolulu
(Photocopy)
May 1826
02:26:02: Sketches by Ludwig Choris
(Photocopy.)
02:26:03: "Great marai of Oberea," from Wilson's "A missionary voyage to the South Pacific Ocean . . . ship Duff. Facing page 207, London, 1799 edition"
(Photocopy)
02:26:04: "View of part of Lahaina, Maui. Engraved from an original drawing by Robert Dampier"
(Photocopy)
02:26:05: "View of town of Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, 1826. Drawn by R. Beechey"
(Photocopy)
02:26:06: "Palace of Kamahaman, May 1826"
(Photocopy)
02:26:07: "Houses of Prime Minister. Engraved from an original drawing by Pellion"
(Photocopy)
02:26:08: "View near Honolulu, Oahu."
(Photocopy.)
02:26:09: "Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, 1826, drawn by R. Beechey. Addison was a sailor on a whaler, jumped ship at Honolulu in 1822, there 6 mos., later related experience to Joseph Smith who asked if he would like to serve a mission there. View taken from north part of Honolulu, February 1827, Sandwich Islands, Capt William Beechey, H.M.S. Blossom."
(1 copy)

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Ephraim Pratt
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box
folder
2 27
02:27:01: Frank Grouard, (also called Ephraim Pratt), son of Benjamin F. Grouard and adopted son of Louis Barnes Pratt
(4 black and white copies and 1 black and white negative)
02:27:02: "Ephraim Pratt, a.k.a. Frank Grouard,"
taken from "Journal of Louisa Barnes Pratt," Heart Throbs of the West, vol. 8, pages 189-400, page 258. (1 copy.)

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Philip B. Lewis
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box
folder
2 28
02:28:01: Philip B. Lewis, husband of Jane Amanda Stevens
taken from The Stevens Genealogy, by Elvira Stevens, Skelton Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, 1907, p. 225. (2 copies.)

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Jane Amanda Stevens
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box
folder
2 29
02:29:01: Jane Amanda Stevens, wife of Philip B. Lewis
taken from The Stevens Genealogy, by Elvira Stevens, Skelton Publishing Co., Salt Lake City, 1907, p. 229 (1 copy.)

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Subjects

    • Family Names :
    • Pratt family--Portraits.  ( creator)
    • Personal Names :
    • Crosby, Jonathon, 1807-1892--Portraits.
    • Dyer, Frances Pratt, 1834-1921--Portraits.
    • Ellsworth, S. George (Samuel George), 1916- former owner.
    • Grouard, Benjamin F., b. 1819--Portraits.
    • Grouard, Frank, 1850-1905--Portraits.
    • Hunt, Ida, 1837-1885--Portraits.
    • Hunt, John, 1833-1917--Portraits.
    • Hunt, Lois Barnes Pratt, 1837-1885--Portraits.
    • Pratt, Addison, d. 1872--Portraits.
    • Pratt, Ann Louise, 1840-1924--Portraits.
    • Pratt, Louisa Barnes, 1802-1880--Portraits.
    • Corporate Names :
    • Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum.
    • Form or Genre Terms :
    • Daguerreotypes.
    • Tintypes.

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