Title:Miscellaneous portraits relating to Milicent Washburn Shinn
Creator/Contributor:Shinn, Milicent Washburn, 1858-1940, creator
Creator/Contributor:Jones, Rulofson & Co
Creator/Contributor:New York Gallery (San Francisco, Calif.)
Creator/Contributor:Williams & Samuels
Creator/Contributor:J.H. Peters & Co
Contains a group portrait of UC Berkeley students taken during a 1881 camping trip to Butano near Pescadero, Calif.(Milicent
Washburn Shinn appears in this photo; for description of this trip see related manuscript collection.) Also included are individual
portraits of unidentified men and a woman, a portrait of J.C. [Joseph Clark?] Shinn, and photos of a small group of people
on a trip (people and location are not identified).
Date:1881-ca. 1900 (issued)
Shinn, Milicent Washburn -- 1858-1940 -- Pictorial works
Shinn family -- Pictorial works
University of California (1868-1952) -- Students -- Pictorial works
Students -- California -- Berkeley -- Photographs
Camping -- California -- Photographs
Title supplied by cataloger.
Photographers include: Williams & Samuels, Palace of Art (Oakland); Murray Dunham (Oakland); J.H. Peters & Co.'s New York
Gallery (San Francisco); and Jones, Rulofson & Co. (Elite Photograpic Studio, San Francisco).
Some photos identified in manuscript.
For related collections see: BANC MSS 90/180, BANC MSS 68/152 c and BANC MSS 73/122 c:177 (a 1881 account of a camping trip
in the redwoods by M.W. Shinn)
Milicent Washburn Shinn was the first woman who earned a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, a child psychologist, an editor of the Overland
Monthly, and a writer.
9 photographic prints : some albumen ; 14 x 22 cm.
BANC PIC 1980.056--PIC