Lt. William C. Whittle, Jr.

Publisher/Studio:
Whittle, William C., Jr.
Location:
1002 Victory Drive,Georgia,Columbus,31901
Identifier:
1999.0050.0003
Institution:
National Civil War Naval Museum
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Rear Admiral Edward F. Welch, Jr. (1925-2008)

Date:
1982
Creator:
George Sottung (1927-1999)
Description (physical):

Oil on canvas. H: 48", W: 37.25".

Location:
686 Cushing Road,Rhode Island,Newport,02841
Identifier:
1982.07.01
Institution:
Naval War College Museum
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Vice Admiral Benedict J. Semmes, Jr. (1913-1994)

Date:
1972
Creator:
Tony Sarro (1924-2006)
Description (physical):

Oil on canvas. H: 54", W: 42.76".

Location:
686 Cushing Road,Rhode Island,Newport,02841
Identifier:
1972.13.01
Institution:
Naval War College Museum
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Rear Admiral John A. Baldwin, Jr.

Date:
1987
Creator:
Tony Sarro (1924-2006)
Description (physical):

Oil on canvas. H: 49.25", W: 35.25".

Location:
686 Cushing Road,Rhode Island,Newport,02841
Identifier:
1987.17.01
Institution:
Naval War College Museum
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Money Scale In A Wooden (oak) Case

Creator:
James Boone, Jr.

Inscription in black ink on lid, "James Boone, junior.  A.D. 1773." and also in front of case:" James Boone Junior". Interior of case has three partitions to hold scales and weights. A printed table: "A TABLE of the Value an Weight of COINS, as they now pass in Pennsylvania" is glued under the lid as is a hand written note with similar information. Additional notes on the coin weigths is written in black ink directly on the underside of the lid.

Description (physical):

Material: Wood, steel, brass, lead, silk, wool, paper, iron. L: 5.81", W: 2.69", H: 1.13".

Identifier:
2003.00.0090
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Evil Deeds And Evil Consequences

Date:
1850

Evil Deeds and Evil Consequences was given as a Christmas present to Charles Ridgely, Jr. (1853-1873) in 1857 by his great, great Uncle Otho Eichelberger, who perhaps felt the four year old needed some firm admonition. The remarkable and vivid illustrations and stories might scare a child into good behavior.

Description (physical):

Material: Paper. L: 25.4cm, W: 20.4cm.

Location:
535 Hampton Lane Towson,Maryland 21286
Identifier:
HAMP7634
Institution:
Hampton National Historic Site

John Ridgely, Jr. And Charles Ridgely

Date:
1861
Publisher/Studio:
Israel & Co.

John Ridgely, Jr. (1851-1938), eldest child of Hampton’s fourth master Charles Ridgely and his wife Margaretta Howard Ridgely, become the fifth master of the estate. This studio portrait shows him dressed in soldier suit, complete with epaulettes, sword, and knee-length boots.  It was one 23 carte-de-visites of family and friends in an album given to him by his mother on the occasion of his 11th birthday on December 22, 1862. Charles Ridgely (1853-1873) is dressed as one of Three Musketeers for this studio portrait from a family album dated 1862. There are dozens of carte-de-visites showing the children of Charles and Margaretta Howard Ridgely, their cousins, and friends in fancy dress costumes ranging from soldiers and shepherdesses to peasants and highlanders to kings and princesses.

Description (physical):

Carte de visite. Material: Paper, cardboard. H: 9.1cm, W: 6cm (per image).

Location:
535 Hampton Lane Towson,Maryland 21286
Identifier:
HAMP18047
Institution:
Hampton National Historic Site

The Hampton Company Brochure

Date:
1930

In 1929, John Ridgely, Jr. formed The Hampton Company for the purpose of selling lands from the Hampton estate for development. The brochure notes “Part of this historic acreage will be developed into a section of small country estates,” and entices “the man of means” through “location, surroundings, natural beauty…modern facilities and steadily enhancing values.”

Description (physical):

Material: Paper. H: 23cm, W: 10.5cm.

Location:
535 Hampton Lane Towson,Maryland 21286
Identifier:
HAMP2843_brochure01, HAMP2843_brochure02, HAMP2843_brochure06
Institution:
Hampton National Historic Site

Tea Service

Date:
1907
Publisher/Studio:
Baltimore, MD: Jacobi & Jenkins

This service was made at time of the marriage of Louise Roman Humichouse (1883-1934) to John Ridgely, Jr. (1882-1959) in 1907. The elegant six–piece set, comprised of a teapot, coffee pot, hot water pot on stand, waste bowl, sugar bowl, and cream pitcher, reflects the designs of Baltimore silver of a century earlier. Following family tradition, the Ridgely stag’s head crest is engraved on the side of each piece.

Description (physical):

Material: Silver. H 19.7, L 26.7 cm; W 10.2, H 20.5 cm; L 26.7 cm; W 12, H 32.1 cm; L 24.7, W 15.2 cm; H 13, L 13.3 cm; W 10.2, H 16.9 cm; L 19, W 8.3 cm; H 14.6, L 13.7 cm; W 7.3 cm

Location:
535 Hampton Lane Towson,Maryland 21286
Identifier:
HAMP38468_38469_38470_38471_38472_38473
Institution:
Hampton National Historic Site