Hopkins Family Photograph Album Collection, ca. 1860-1950, PP294

Finding Aid to the Hopkins Family Photograph Album Collection, ca. 1860-1950, PP294

H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society

 

Collection summary

Title

Hopkins Family Photograph Album Collection

Creator

Hopkins Family

Call number

PP294

Inclusive dates

Ca. 1860-1950

Bulk dates

1890-1900

Extent

3 boxes

Abstract

Includes photographs of the Hopkins family and the family’s daily life and travels.

Administrative summary

Repository

H. Furlong Baldwin Library

Maryland Historical Society

201 W. Monument St.

Baltimore, MD 21201

www.mdhs.org

specialcollections@mdhs.org

Access restrictions

Open to the public without restrictions.

Use restrictions

For information about how to purchase digital reproductions and for permission information, please visit the Rights and Reproductions page.

Provenance

Gift of H. Hanford Hopkins, March 14, 1985

Accession number

001483

Processing note

Processed by Lara Westwood, November, 2014

 

Biographical Note

The Hopkins family lived in New Market, Maryland in Frederick County. The family produced a number of physicians. The Hopkins frequently traveled and kept a winter home in Camden, South Carolina.

Related Collections:

Hanford Hopkins Papers, MS 2991

The H. Hanford Hopkins Papers, G5100

Charles A. Lawrence Papers, MS 1794

Dr. George Hughes Collection, MS 1786

 

Scope and Content

The collection includes nine albums of photographs of the Hopkins family and the family’s daily life and travels. Many of the photographs are of the Hopkins family, the Downey family, as well as other related families and friends. The albums also document the family’s hometown of New Market, Maryland as well as trips to Camden, South Carolina, where the family had a second home. The photographer captured many images of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, such as trains, bridges, and relay stations. African-Americans are also frequent subjects of the photographs. 

The collection is organized by the album number provided by the photographer. This generally corresponds to the chronological order of the albums.

 

Container List

Album 1:

Portraits, New Market, Maryland, dogs, horses, Conowingo Farms, Jug Bridge

Album 2:

Portraits, New Market, Maryland, Hopkins House, Downey House, Route 75, Conowingo Farms, Monocacy River, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, Maryland, African-Americans, New London, Maryland, Ben's Branch, animals, Conowingo, Port Deposit, Maryland

Album 3:

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, portraits, Gypsies, African-Americans, bicycles, Lingamore Creek

Album 4:

Portraits, Houses, African-Americans, Monuments, Camden, South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, Montpelier

Album 5:

Camden, South Carolina

Album 6:

Baltimore, Maryland, Atlantic City, New Jersey, trains, steamboats, Frederick, Maryland

Album 7:

Camden, South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, Baltimore, Maryland, parades, portraits, Great Baltimore Fire of 1904

Album 8:

Camden, South Carolina, Lingamore Creek, portraits, animals, Monrovia, Maryland, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Queen City Hotel, Cumberland, Maryland, Camp Brown, Frostburg, Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, African-Americans

Album 9:

Railroad scenes, portraits, ships, New Market, Maryland

Folder:

Portraits, Retirement of Lt. Commander Howard H. Hopkins, V

 

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