The Clark B. Waterhouse Photograph Collection is comprised of
305 black and white photographs that were originally organized in a scrapbook. It is
assumed that Waterhouse was the photographer of the collection, as the bulk of the
photos are from a six-week trip he took with classmates and professors from the
University of California (Berkeley) during the summer of 1916.
Clark Booth Waterhouse was born in Chicago, Illinois on June 8, 1893, the son of
George B. and Leof Mills Waterhouse. His family moved from Illinois to Nevada before
continuing on to California, where they settled in the small town of Saratoga in
Selected online items available
Copyright has not been assigned to the Sourisseau Academy. Neither the original
photographs nor the digital images held by the Sourisseau Academy may be reproduced,
published, or used on the Internet without the expressed, written permission of the
Executive Secretary. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Sourisseau
Academy as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply
permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.
The credit line, "Courtesy of the Edith C. Smith Trust Collection, Sourisseau
Academy for State and Local History" must accompany any such use.
Collection is open for research.