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Topic: gardiner greene hubbard

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Mrs. Gardiner Greene Hubbard

Mrs. Gardiner Greene Hubbard

Photograph shows portrait of Gertrude M. Hubbard, mother of Mabel H. Bell. Title from item. In album: Photographs of Alexander Graham Bell : Selected by him for preservation in the Beinn Bhreagh Recorder. Anoth... more

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, August 6, 1875
[Gardiner Green Hubbard, head-and-shoulders portrait, full face]

[Gardiner Green Hubbard, head-and-shoulders portrait, full face]

Title on item: Gardiner Greene Hubbard on a trip to Russia, ca. 1875. Photo by Otto Renar. Neg no. LC-G9. Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Libra... more

Photograph of Gardiner Greene Hubbard made in 1876

Photograph of Gardiner Greene Hubbard made in 1876

Title taken from attached caption: "Photograph of Gardiner Greene Hubbard made in 1876."

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, February 22, 1877
Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, February 16, 1877
[Alexander Graham Bell, his wife and daughters, with Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Melville Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Greene Hubbard on porch at Manchester-by-the-Sea]

[Alexander Graham Bell, his wife and daughters, with Mr. and Mrs. Alex...

Another copy filed in LOT 11533-5-28 (left image). Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress). Published in: A Century of photographs... more

Gardiner Greene Hubbard reclining and reading

Gardiner Greene Hubbard reclining and reading

Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress).

Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Greene Hubbard, half-length portrait, facing left

Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Greene Hubbard, half-length portrait, facing lef...

Stamped on verso: From C.M. Bell's, Photographic Studio 463 & 465 Penna. Ave. Washington, D.C. Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress).

Gertrude Mercer McCurdy Hubbard and Gardiner Greene Hubbard, parents-in-law of Alexander Graham Bell, at tea on porch of their home, Twin Oaks, Washington, D.C.

Gertrude Mercer McCurdy Hubbard and Gardiner Greene Hubbard, parents-i...

Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress). Exhibited as a digital copy in: "Not an Ostrich: And Othe... more

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, November 2
Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, September 26
Letter from Mabel Hubbard Bell to Alexander Graham Bell, undated
Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, November 19, 1874
Letter from Alexander Melville Bell to Alexander Graham Bell, November 5, 1874
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Alexander Melville Bell, Eliza Symonds Bell, Carrie Bell, October 20, 1874
Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, August 15, 1874

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