This small collection contains photographs of Noël Sullivan's Hollow Hills Farm in Carmel Valley, ca. 1948-1949
Noël Sullivan was born in San Francisco on December 25, 1890, the youngest child and only son of Frank J. and Alice Phelan
Sullivan, the nephew of Senator James D. Phelan, and the grandson of John Sullivan who came west in 1844 with the "Sullivan-Murphy
Party." The family was a wealthy and distinguished one. Young Sullivan attended the Jesuit colleges of St. Ignatius and Santa
Clara, but his interests were musical, not academic. He studied voice abroad and for a number of years maintained residence
in Paris. During World War I he served as an ambulance driver with the American Field Service in France.
1 linear ft.
1 flat of 12 photographs
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Collection open for research.