Guide to the Jacob H. Gallinger Photo Album, 1893-1896
Collection number: MS 285
About Jacob H. Gallinger (1837-1918)
Jacob H. Gallinger (1837-1918) was a physician, United States Senator, member of the
N.H. Legislature, N.H. Surgeon General, and heavily involved in the Republican Party
at the state and national level.
About the Jacob H. Gallinger Photo Album, 1893-1896
This photo album depicts the Gallinger family's travels and home life in Salisbury,
N.H. There are just over 300 photos, presumably taken by J.H. Gallinger himself. The
1890s date range represents the dates printed in the album, but some of the photos
are clearly older given the sheer volume of travel depicted. The photos are clear
and well preserved.
New Hampshire locations depicted include: Hopkinton (Shadow Pond, Mt. Putney),
Concord (State House, Governor's Mansion, Post Office), and various locations in the
White Mountains (Old Man on the Mountain, The Flume, etc.) and steamboats on Lake
Sunapee. There are quite a few photos of the grounds and Gallinger family at "The
Poplars", their residence in Salisbury Heights N.H. Many family photos include dogs,
banjos, or both.
National locations include: Washington D.C. (White House, other important buildings,
statues, cemeteries, and gardens), New York City, Nantucket, Atlantic City N.J.,
Philadelphia, Niagra Falls, Chicago, and many shots of large parades in unlabeled
This collection is open.
Contents of this collection are governed by U.S. copyright law. For questions
about publication or reproduction rights, contact Special Collections staff.
[Identification of item], Oversize Box 8, Jacob H. Gallinger Photo Album,
1893-1896, MS 285 Oversize, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University
of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
Purchase from Carmen Valentino Rare Books, unknown date.
Collection is in original order as received.