Skip navigation
about 1900
Photography; gelatin silver print
Primary Dimensions (image height x width): 5 15/16 x 8 1/8in. (15.1 x 20.6cm) Sheet (height x width): 5 15/16 x 8 1/8in. (15.1 x 20.6cm)
Credit Line: Gift of the Rosalie Thorne McKenna Foundation
Description: Trees overhang the driveway leading to a house. There are people visible on the porch of the house.
Subject Note: Thorndale, or "Thornedale" as it has also been written, is probably the Thorne family's estate in Millbrook, NY. The other copy of this print, 2011.344.1025, was titled ""Thorndale" by Chester." The "Chester" referred to in the title and inscription on the print is probably Chester Thorne (1863-1927). He was a business leader who helped develop the Port of Tacoma. The son of Edwin Thorne, he was Jonathan and Samuel Thorne's nephew. There is no evidence that he was a photographer. "Chester Thorne," Thornewood Castle,
Inscription: On verso, upper right, in pencil: "Stew" "1dent [?] - copy / + keep"; center, in pencil: "Do not bind slide"
Object Number: 2011.344.1026
Not Currently on View
Send to a Friend