Helm and Todd family photographs and papers

Abstract

Photographs (1850-1951) related to the Helm and Todd families, two prominent Kentucky families, particularly of Emilie Todd and Benjamin Hardin Helm and their children: Katherine, Elodie, and Benjamin Hardin Helm Jr.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Helm and Todd family photographs and papers
Date
1850-1951
Extent
1.75 Cubic feet
Subjects
Confederate States of America--Army--Kentucky Brigade, 1st
Confederate States of America. Army--Officers--Portraits
Confederate States of America. Army. Kentucky Cavalry Regiment, 1st.
Families--Kentucky--Lexington.
Longwood (Ky.)
Portrait photographs
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Confederate States of America.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Photographs
Confederate States of America--Army--Kentucky Brigade, 1st
Arrangement
This collection is arranged into two series, papers and photographs. The photographs have been arranged further into folders. The arrangement scheme has been imposed during processing due to a lack of original order. The content of the first series has been arranged chronologically by author. Contents of the second series are arranged by subject and certain subseries by original order.
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Oliver R. Keels
Preferred Citation
2011av006: [identification of item], Helm and Todd family photographs and papers, 1850-1951, University of Kentucky Special collections.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Benjamin Hardin Helm was born in Bardstown, Kentucky, on June 1831, the son of John L. Helm, a prominent lawyer and politician in Kentucky. He was enrolled in the Kentucky Military Institute and was a graduate of West Point. Following his resignation of his commission from the military, Helm studied law at the University of Louisville and Harvard law schools, graduating in 1953. Helm then joined his father in practicing law in Elizabethtown Kentucky. In 1955, Benjamin Hardin Helm was elected to the Kentucky House of Representatives to represent Hardin County for one term. The following year he married Emilie Todd, half sister of Mary Todd Lincoln. In 1860, he was appointed the Inspector General for the Kentucky State Guard.
In 1861, Benjamin Hardin Helm refused the offer to become the Union Army’s paymaster in order to join the Confederate Army. Upon his return to Kentucky, he organized the 1st Kentucky Cavalry for the Confederate States of America. Benjamin Hardin Helm went on to serve as a colonel during the Battle of Shiloh with both the 1st Kentucky Cavalry brigade and the 3rd Kentucky brigade. He was promoted to brigadier general and commanded the 1st Kentucky Orphan Brigade at Shiloh, Baton Rouge, Vicksburg and the Battle of Chickamauga, where he was fatally wounded in the fall of 1863.
Emilie Helm was born Emilie Todd on 11 November 1836 to Robert Smith Todd and Elizabeth Humphreys Todd. She married Benjamin Hardin Helm in 1856 and resided in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. She had three children with Helm: Katherine (1857), Elodie (1859), and Benjamin (1862). With the onset ofthe Civil War, Emilie Helm followed her husband to Baton Rouge in 5 August 1862 and to Chattanooga that same year. Following Benjamin Hardin Helm’s death at Chickamauga, Emilie Helm briefly resided with her sister Mary Todd Lincoln at the White House before returning to Kentucky. In 1882, Emilie Helm was appointed postmistress by President Chester A. Arthur, a post she held for the next 12 years. In 1897, the United Daughters of the Confederacy elected Emilie Todd Helm as president of the Ben Hardin Helm chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, named in honor of her late husband. Emilie Todd Helm remained in Kentucky until her death on 20 February 1930.
Katherine Helm pursued a career as an artist following the end of the Civil War. She studied at the Art Students League in New York. On 18 February 1908, her portrait of Jefferson Davis was displayed at Memorial Hall in New Orleans. On 18 February 1925, her portrait of her aunt, Mary Todd Lincoln, was presented to President Calvin Coolidge at the White House. Katherine Helm died 18 June 1937.
Elodie Helm attended the Cincinnati Academy of Music. Upon graduation, she married Waller Lewis of Georgetown Kentucky. Upon her husband’s death, Elodie moved to Helm Place with her mother, brother, and sister. She died on 15 June 1953 in Geneva, New York, on her way to Vermont.
Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., served as the commissioner of the New Orleans Bureau of Freight and Transportation following the Civil War. He also served as a freight contracting agent for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and the Chicago Great Western Railroad. Following his retirement in 1917, Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., moved back to Kentucky to take over the management of Helm Place. He died there on 18 May 1946.
Source: Green, Maureen Helm, Emilie, Kentucky Ancestors, Autumn 2008, pp.4-15.
Scope and Content
Collection contains 330 images in varied formats of Helm and Todd family members, friends, associates, and family residences. The bulk of the images were in a series of photographic albums collected and arranged by family members. Images include photographs of Confederate General Benjamin Hardin Helm (1831-1863), his wife, Emilie Todd Helm (1836-1930); and their children Katherine Helm (1857-1937), Elodie Helm Lewis (1859-1953), and Benjamin Hardin Helm Jr. (1862-1946). The collection also includes a number of images of relatives of Emilie Todd Helm, including her father, Robert Smith Todd (1791-1849); her brothers, Alexander Todd (1839-1862) and Samuel Briggs Todd (1830-1904); her cousin, Lyman Beecher Todd (1832-1902); and her nephew, Robert Todd Lincoln (1843-1926). The material within this collection relates to the Confederate States of America, officers in the Confederate army, the Civil War history of Kentucky, the Kentucky Confederate Brigade and Cavalry Regiment, the Kentucky estates of Helm Place and Longwood, as well as photographs and portraits from the Civil War. Along with Alexander Todd's 1861 diary and Katherine Helm's sketchbook, the collection includes a number of daguerreotypes, card photographs, black and white photographs, cased photographs, and portrait photographs.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note This collection is only available electronically.
Use Restrictions
Contact institution for details.

Contents of the Collection

Papers, 1861-1943

Diary of Alexander Todd, 1861

  • Box 9, Item 1
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Katherine Helm sketchbook, undated

  • Box 9, Item 2
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr. note concerning a watch and chain worn by President Abraham Lincoln bequeathed to Helm by Robert Todd Lincoln, 1943 May 31

  • Box 9, Item 3
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Ribbon from Eighth Reunion of the First Kentucky Orphan's Brigade in Louisville, Kentucky and a handwritten list of 1st Kentucky Calvary, Confederate States of America members in Meade County, Kentucky by J. D. Shacklett, 1889 September 19

  • Box 9, Item 4
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Photographs, 1850-1951

Cartes de visite album 1

Leather-bound 1860s era cartes de visite album, 30 pages. Loose images tucked between last page and end paper. Album is inscribed on front flyleaf "Emilie Todd Helm."

Album images

General Benjamin Hardin Helm

  • Box 1, Item 1
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Unidentified woman, possibly Elodie Todd

  • Box 1, Item 2
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Unidentified girl

  • Box 1, Item 3
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Unidentified young man

  • Box 1, Item 4
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 1, Item 5
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General Albert Sidney Johnston

  • Box 1, Item 6
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 7
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On back, From Morrie, unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 8
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Unidentified boy

  • Box 1, Item 9
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N.O. Butles

  • Box 1, Item 10
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Image missing

  • Box 1, Item 11
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General Bragg

  • Box 1, Item 12
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General Joseph E. Johnston

  • Box 1, Item 13
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General Beauregard

  • Box 1, Item 14
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General Robert E Lee

  • Box 1, Item 15
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General G.W. Smith

  • Box 1, Item 16
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General Bragg

  • Box 1, Item 17
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General Sterling Price

  • Box 1, Item 18
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General Hardee

  • Box 1, Item 19
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr.

  • Box 1, Item 20
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General Polk

  • Box 1, Item 21
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General AP Hill

  • Box 1, Item 22
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General Buckner

  • Box 1, Item 23
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General Breckinridge

  • Box 1, Item 24
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General John Hood

  • Box 1, Item 25
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General Wilcox

  • Box 1, Item 26
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General J.E.B. Stuart

  • Box 1, Item 27
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General Ewell

  • Box 1, Item 28
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General Zollicoffer

  • Box 1, Item 29
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General John Hunt Morgan

  • Box 1, Item 30
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General John S. Williams

  • Box 1, Item 31
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Robert H. Secretary

  • Box 1, Item 32
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General William Nelson Rector Beall (2 images)

  • Box 1, Item 33, 34
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General William Preston

  • Box 1, Item 35
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 36
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George H. Holmes, Chief Surgeon

  • Box 1, Item 37
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E.M. Bruce

  • Box 1, Item 38
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Major Wallace

  • Box 1, Item 39
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 40
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 41
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General Forest

  • Box 1, Item 42
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Consul Helm

  • Box 1, Item 43
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Dr. Lyman Beecher Todd

  • Box 1, Item 44
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Loose images

Catherine Todd

  • Box 1, Item 45
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 46
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 47
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 48
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 1, Item 49
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 1, Item 50
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Unidentified young man

  • Box 1, Item 51
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Unidentified house, exterior

  • Box 1, Item 52
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Cartes de visite album 2

Leather-bound 1860s era cartes de visite album, 30 pages. Loose images tucked between last page and end paper.

Album images

Unidentified woman

  • Box 1, Item 53
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 54
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James P. Helm

  • Box 1, Item 55
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Mr. Matthews, Calera, Ala.

  • Box 1, Item 56
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Unidentified girl

  • Box 1, Item 57
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Benjamin Hardin Helm Jr., To Aunt Mary

  • Box 1, Item 58
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Elodie and Kate Helm

  • Box 1, Item 59
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Benjamin Hardin Helm

  • Box 1, Item 60
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Unidentified boy

  • Box 1, Item 61
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Unidentified man in uniform

  • Box 1, Item 62
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 63
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Sallie Hall Todd and boy 1858, Cousin Emily from R.A. Toddd

  • Box 1, Item 64
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 1, Item 65
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 1, Item 66
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Unidentified woman, 1880

  • Box 1, Item 67
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Unidentified man

  • Box 1, Item 68
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F. Robinson, May 30th, 1863

  • Box 1, Item 69
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 1, Item 70
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General William R. Beull

  • Box 1, Item 71
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Reproduction of painting titled, Innocence

  • Box 1, Item 72
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Samuel Hump

  • Box 1, Item 73
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 1, Item 74
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Unidentified girl

  • Box 1, Item 75
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Unidentified man

  • Box 2, Item 76
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Lizzie Todd

  • Box 2, Item 77
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N.H.R. Dawson

  • Box 2, Item 78
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 2, Item 79
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Walter Morris CoptCS Engineers, Richmond, Va.

  • Box 2, Item 80
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 2, Item 81
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Belle Bennett, 1878

  • Box 2, Item 82
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Loose images

Unidentified man

  • Box 2, Item 83
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Reproduction of print, Titea Verelli

  • Box 2, Item 84
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Woman and foal

  • Box 2, Item 85
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Cartes de visite album 3

Leather-bound 1860s era cartes de visite album, 30 pages. Only 21 of the 30 pages contained images. Images missing from pages 2, 4-5, 9, 11, 18-19, 24, 26. No indication on the album pages as to the subject of those missing images.

Album images

E.J. Smith

  • Box 2, Item 86
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Mrs. David Todd (Susan)

  • Box 2, Item 87
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Alec Todd

  • Box 2, Item 88
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David Todd

  • Box 2, Item 89
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Mister Hoagland

  • Box 2, Item 90
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John Hunt Morgan

  • Box 2, Item 91
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 2, Item 92
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Elise Todd, 3 years old, January 20th, 1869

  • Box 2, Item 93
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Unidentified boy

  • Box 2, Item 94
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Unidentified infant

  • Box 2, Item 95
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Unidentified girl

  • Box 2, Item 96
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Unidentified girl

  • Box 2, Item 97
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Heury

  • Box 2, Item 98
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Unidentified man

  • Box 2, Item 99
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General Simon Bolivar Buckner

  • Box 2, Item 100
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Unidentified man

  • Box 2, Item 101
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Unidentified man

  • Box 2, Item 102
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Unidentified woman

  • Box 2, Item 103
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Unidentified boy

  • Box 2, Item 104
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David Todd

  • Box 2, Item 105
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Unidentified man

  • Box 2, Item 106
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Cartes de visite album 4

Cloth-bound 1860s cartes de visite album. Originally 24 pages (12 double image holder pages), only 6 holder pages remain. Album numbered as is. Loose images were tucked beteen the last remaining page and the end paper. Inscription on front end paper: "Ely H. L. Todd // Lexington // 1962."

Album Pages

Mrs. Pettus, Mary L. Chapman Pettus

  • Box 2, Item 107
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Charley H. Kellogg, Jr.

  • Box 2, Item 108
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Lydia M. Dawson

  • Box 2, Item 109
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Mary Dawson

  • Box 2, Item 110
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Alex Humphreys, La.

  • Box 2, Item 111
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Dr. L. Beecher Todd, Lex, Ky.

  • Box 2, Item 112
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., Born 11th Nov '62 2 years and 4 months

  • Box 2, Item 113
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Loose images

Sarah G. Humphrey

  • Box 2, Item 114
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Mrs. Mulford

  • Box 2, Item 115
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Bird sketch, With compliments of the artist =Jan. 25, 1881=

  • Box 2, Item 116
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Unidentified woman, girl, and infant

  • Box 2, Item 117
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Unidentified man

  • Box 2, Item 118
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Unidentified man

  • Box 2, Item 119
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Albumen album

Front cover

  • Box 6, Item 120a
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Mrs. John S. Williams in the garden- Longwood, 1908 September

  • Box 6, Item 120b
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Mrs. John S. Williams in the garden- Longwood, Looking down the long walk, 1908 September

  • Box 6, Item 121
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Mrs. Williams in the garden- Longwood, 1908 September

  • Box 6, Item 122
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Mrs. Williams in the garden- Longwood, 1908 September

  • Box 6, Item 123
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Hauling tea to the mistress of the garden- looking down the long walk- Longwood, 1908 September

  • Box 6, Item 124
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Mrs. Williams and daughter having tea in the garden- Longwood, 1908 September

  • Box 6, Item 125
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Mrs. [illegible], Mrs. Hoffman, and Mrs. [illegible] having tea in the garden- Longwood

  • Box 6, Item 126
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Sugar Tree on the lawn- Longwood

  • Box 6, Item 127
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Sugar Trees on the lawn- Longwood

  • Box 6, Item 128
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Moonshine and Mrs. [illegible] on the lawn- Longwood

  • Box 6, Item 129
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Mrs. [illegible] and some of the horses- on the lawn- Longwood

  • Box 6, Item 130
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Duke and Don, Mrs. [illegible] and 'Rush'- Longwood

  • Box 6, Item 131
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Unidentified house, exterior

  • Box 6, Item 132a
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Back cover

  • Box 6, Item 132b
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Elodie Helm

Elodie Helm

  • Box 4, Item 158
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Elodie Helm Elodie Helm daughter of Gen. Ben Hardin Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 159
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Swing party at Woodlake Miss Elizabeth Brown, fourth from left? Elodie Helm third from right (verso), undated

  • Box 6, Item 160
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Benjamin Hardin Helm and Emilie Todd Helm

Benjamin Hardin Helm in uniform, undated

  • Box 7, Item 133
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Benjamin Hardin Helm in uniform, Undated

  • Box 7, Item 134
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Benjamin Hardin Helm in uniform, undated

  • Box 4, Item 135
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Benjamin Hardin Helm in uniform, undated

  • Box 4, Item 136
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Benjamin Hardin Helm in uniform (painted by Catherine Helm), undated

  • Box 7, Item 137
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Emilie Todd Helm, undated

  • Box 7, Item 138
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Copy of item 138, Emilie Todd when she visited her sister Mary Todd Lincoln in Springfield (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 139
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Copy of item 138, Emilie Todd Helm, undated

  • Box 6, Item 140
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Emilie Todd Helm, undated

  • Box 4, Item 141
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Copy of item 141, Mrs Lincoln's Sister Emilie (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 142
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Copy of item 141 Emily (name mispelled) Todd Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 143
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Emilie Todd Helm, undated

  • Box 4, Item 144
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Emilie Todd Helm, undated

  • Box 4, Item 145
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Emilie Todd Helm, undated

  • Box 4, Item 146
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Benjamin Hardin Helm and Emilie Hardin Helm (Double daguerreotype), undated

  • Box 7, Item 147
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Two children, possibly Elodie and Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., undated

  • Box 7, Item 149
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Katherine and Elodie Helm

Katherine and Elodie Helm, Kati and Dee (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 161
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Katherine Helm and Elodie Helm Lewis (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 162
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Mrs. Ben Hardin Helm (Emilie Todd) and her daughters Elodie and Kate, on the porch at Helm Place (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 163
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Tea Party in Florida, Elodie Helm in front, Katherine Helm on right, Please return to Mrs. B H Helm Lexington Ky (verso), undated

  • Box 6, Item 164
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Ladies in Classical Greek dress, Elodie Helm on extreme left, kneeling, Katherine Helm fourth from right, undated

  • Box 6, Item 165
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Katherine and Elodie Helm, Miss Dee and Miss Kate (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 166
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Katherine and Elodie Helm, Miss Dee and Miss Kate (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 167
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Katherine Helm, The garden on Helm Place, my two sisters Miss Dee and Miss Katherine (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 168
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Miss Katherine Helm and Miss Dee at Helm Place - circa 1912 (verso), 1912

  • Box 3, Item 169
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Katherine Helm

Katherine and Elodie Helm (double rubyglass ambrotype), undated

  • Box 7, Item 148
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Katherine Helm, undated

  • Box 3, Item 150
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Katherine Helm, undated

  • Box 3, Item 151
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Katherine Helm, undated

  • Box 4, Item 152
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Katherine Helm, Katherine Helm daughter of Ben Hardin Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 153
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Katherine Helm, Kenucky Kate (verso), 1920 August 6

  • Box 3, Item 154
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Katherine Helm, Kentucky Kate (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 155
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Katherine Helm, Very Sincerely Katherine Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 8, Item 156
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Katherine Helm, undated

  • Box 4, Item 157
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Elodie Lewis

Elodie Helm, undated

  • Box 4, Item 158
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Elodie Helm, Elodie Helm daughter of Gen. Ben Hardin Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 159
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Swing Party at Woodlake, Elodie Helm, third from right, undated

  • Box 6, Item 160
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr.

Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., Nov. 1867 aged 5 years and 6 months (verso), 1867 November

  • Box 3, Item 170
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., Ben Hardin Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 171
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., undated

  • Box 4, Item 172
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., undated

  • Box 4, Item 173
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., undated

  • Box 4, Item 174
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., undated

  • Box 4, Item 175
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., undated

  • Box 4, Item 176
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., Lovingly your Brother B.H.H. (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 177
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., undated

  • Box 4, Item 178
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, Jr., Only a few (illegible word) left compliments of (illegible name), undated

  • Box 6, Item 179
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Hardin-Helm

Unidentified man in uniform, undated

  • Box 3, Item 180
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Martin Hardin, undated

  • Box 4, Item 181
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Governor John Larue Helm, undated

  • Box 6, Item 182a
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(illegible name) Helm, undated

  • Box 4, Item 182b
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Todd Family

Robert S. Todd (ambrotype), undated

  • Box 7, Item 183
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Robert S. Todd. Lexington, Ky. (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 184
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Mrs Robert S. Todd (Elizabeth Humphreys) at seventy-two years of age (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 185
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George R. Todd, undated

  • Box 4, Item 186
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Martha Todd, daughter of George R Todd (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 187
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Martha Todd, daughter of George R Todd, Port of Marti at 16 years at Cynthiana, Ky. (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 188
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Unidentified girl, granddaughter of George Todd (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 189
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Unidentified girl, granddaughter of George Todd (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 190
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Margaret Todd Kellogg, daughter of Robert S. Todd (verso), undated

  • Box 6, Item 191
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Margaret Todd Kellogg, undated

  • Box 4, Item 192
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Lieutenant Daniel H. Todd, undated

  • Box 4, Item 193
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Alexander Todd, killed when 18 years old in Confederate service (inside cover), undated

  • Box 7, Item 194
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Alexander Todd, undated

  • Box 7, Item 195
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Alexander Todd, undated

  • Box 3, Item 196
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Elodie Todd Dawson, undated

  • Box 7, Item 197
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Elodie Briggs Dawson (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 198
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Samuel Todd, Sam B. Todd Company D. Crescent Regiment n.o. June 9/81 To Aunt Emily Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 199
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Roger North Todd, 1850

  • Box 4, Item 200
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Samuel Briggs Todd, Born near Lexington, Kentucky, May 15th, 1793. Died in Columbia, Missouri Sept 30th 1876 - a wounded soldier of the War of 1812 (verso), undated

  • Box 6, Item 201
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Charles R. Todd, Compliments of Chas. R. Todd 1st Sergt Co. F. L.J.N.Y. Crescent Regiment to Mrs. Emily T. Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 3, Item 202
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Charles R. Todd, To Cousin Dee Helm n.o. July 13/81 (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 203
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Charles R. Todd, I like this picture so much better than the others - but don't like style of cravat and collar- P.R.H. Don't lose this picture, it is very dear -Love Charles R Todd (verso), undated

  • Box 4, Item 204
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Charles R. Todd, undated

  • Box 6, Item 205
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Charles R. Todd, undated

  • Box 6, Item 206
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Samuel S. Todd, 1880 May

  • Box 4, Item 207
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The Three Generations of Andrew Todd McClintock (verso), undated

  • Box 6, Item 208
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Jean Thurston Todd, 1897

  • Box 3, Item 209
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Lyman Beacher Todd, undated

  • Box 4, Item 210
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James Todd, 1945 February 7

  • Box 4, Item 211
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Mrs. Samuel Todd, undated

  • Box 7, Item 212
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Lincoln Family

Abraham Lincoln, undated

  • Box 4, Item 213
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Abraham Lincoln, EX LIBRIS C.E. SIMMONS, undated

  • Box 3, Item 214
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Abraham Lincoln, undated

  • Box 5, Item 215
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Thomas Lincoln, undated

  • Box 5, Item 216
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William Wallace, undated

  • Box 5, Item 217
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Robert Todd Lincoln, undated

  • Box 5, Item 218
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Robert Todd Lincoln, To my dear Aunt Emily Helm (verso), undated

  • Box 6, Item 219
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Robert Todd Lincoln, undated

  • Box 6, Item 220
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Robert Todd Lincoln, undated

  • Box 6, Item 221
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Robert Todd Lincoln, undated

  • Box 8, Item 222
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Mrs. Robert Todd Beckwith, undated

  • Box 8, Item 223
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Benjamin Edwards, undated

  • Box 6, Item 224
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N.W. Edwards, undated

  • Box 3, Item 225
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Mrs. Martha M. Stuart, undated

  • Box 5, Item 226
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Mrs. Martha M. Stuart (possibly), undated

  • Box 6, Item 227
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Mrs. John Todd Stuart, undated

  • Box 5, Item 228
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Mary Wallace, undated

  • Box 6, Item 229
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Engel H. Schmidt, Sr., Engel H. Schmidt, Jr., and Martha Ann Schmidt, 1951

  • Box 5, Item 230
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Engel H. Schmidt, Sr., 1951

  • Box 3, Item 231
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Engel H. Schmidt, Jr., and Martha Ann Schmidt, 1951

  • Box 3, Item 232
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Family Houses

Emily Todd Helm, undated

  • Box 5, Item 233
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Emily Todd Helm and unidentified woman at Helm Place, undated

  • Box 5, Item 234
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Front parlor of Helm Place, 1930

  • Box 5, Item 235
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Corner of the library at Helm Place, undated

  • Box 5, Item 236
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Mrs. Benjamin Hardin Helm and an identified woman, undated

  • Box 5, Item 237
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Mrs. Helm, Elodie Helm, Katherine Helm, and unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 5, Item 238
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Unidentified house, undated

  • Box 5, Item 239
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Helm Place Miss Dee and Turkeys (verso), 1920

  • Box 5, Item 240
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Helm Place, undated

  • Box 5, Item 241
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Benjamin Hardin Helm and Elodie Helm, undated

  • Box 5, Item 242
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Mary Genevieve Townsend at Helm Place, 1932

  • Box 3, Item 243
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Katherine Helm and Mary Townsend at Helm Place, 1932

  • Box 3, Item 244
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Katherine Helm and Elodie Helm at Helm Place, undated

  • Box 3, Item 245
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Helm Place entrance, undated

  • Box 3, Item 246
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The garden house at Helm Place, 1930

  • Box 3, Item 247
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Elodie Helm Lewis at Helm Place, undated

  • Box 3, Item 248
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no image, undated

  • Box 3, Item 249
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Emilie Todd Helm, Katherine Helm, Elodie Helm Lewis, and an unidentified woman at Helm Place, undated

  • Box 3, Item 250
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Sketch of Mary Todd Lincoln House, 1935 February 27

  • Box 5, Item 251
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Mr. and Mrs. Waller H. Lewis, 1905 March

  • Box 3, Item 252
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Unidentified man and woman next to a Lincoln statue, undated

  • Box 3, Item 253
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Unidentified woman with child, undated

  • Box 3, Item 254
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Benjamin Hardin Helm, undated

  • Box 3, Item 255
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Unidentified house, Huckleberry (verso), undated

  • Box 5, Item 256
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Unidentified house, undated

  • Box 5, Item 257
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Unidentified house, undated

  • Box 5, Item 258
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Unidentified house, undated

  • Box 5, Item 259
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Unidentified house, undated

  • Box 5, Item 260
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Original order lots

Lot 1

Two unidentified gentlemen, 1867 October

  • Box 3, Item 261
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 3, Item 262
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Thurston Ferree (possibly), 1867 April 2

  • Box 3, Item 263
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J. Cox, undated

  • Box 3, Item 264
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John Todd Stuart, undated

  • Box 3, Item 265
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 266
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 267
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 268
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John Johnston (possibly), 1862

  • Box 3, Item 269
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 270
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Unidentified man in uniform, undated

  • Box 3, Item 271
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 272
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View looking over the Battle of Nashville, 1864

  • Box 3, Item 273
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Edward Clark Lynne (possibly), 1869 February 18

  • Box 3, Item 274
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Edward Clark, 1869 March 16

  • Box 3, Item 275
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 276
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 3, Item 277
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Unidentified woman and child, undated

  • Box 3, Item 278
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 279
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 280
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 281
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Picture of a statue of a man, undated

  • Box 3, Item 282
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Picture of the Violet, undated

  • Box 3, Item 283
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Newspaper clipping of Laura Keene, undated

  • Box 3, Item 284
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Copy of Alexander Todd, undated

  • Box 3, Item 285
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Lot 2

Copy of Alexander Todd, undated

  • Box 3, Item 286
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Copy of Benjamin Hardin Helm, undated

  • Box 3, Item 287
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Copy of Benjamin Hardin Helm as a West Point graduate, undated

  • Box 5, Item 288
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Copy of Emilie Todd, undated

  • Box 3, Item 289
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Copy of Emilie Todd, undated

  • Box 5, Item 290
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Copy of Mrs. Todd-Dell, undated

  • Box 3, Item 291
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Lot 3

Unidentified man in uniform, undated

  • Box 6, Item 292
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Lot 4

Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 7, Item 293
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Lot 5

Baptisim in Vally Creek, undated

  • Box 6, Item 294
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Lot 6

Copy of John Crittenden, undated

  • Box 3, Item 295
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Lot 7

Perry Dawson, undated

  • Box 3, Item 296
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Stephen T. Logan, undated

  • Box 5, Item 297
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John Todd Stuart, undated

  • Box 5, Item 298
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Unidentified girl, undated

  • Box 5, Item 299
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Unidentified girl, undated

  • Box 5, Item 300
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Jeannie Read Saupson (verso), undated

  • Box 5, Item 301
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 5, Item 302
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Unidentified girl, undated

  • Box 5, Item 303
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Six unidentified men and three unidentified women, undated

  • Box 3, Item 304
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Unidentified girl, undated

  • Box 7, Item 305
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Unidentified woman and child, 1906 June

  • Box 3, Item 306
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Unidentified man, 1906 June

  • Box 3, Item 307
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 5, Item 308
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 5, Item 309
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Copy of image 309, undated

  • Box 5, Item 310
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Unidentified girl, undated

  • Box 3, Item 311
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Unidentified boy, undated

  • Box 3, Item 312
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 5, Item 313
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 5, Item 314
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Unidentifed woman, undated

  • Box 5, Item 315
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Unidentified woman, undated

  • Box 5, Item 315
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 5, Item 316
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 5, Item 317
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Unidentified man, undated

  • Box 6, Item 318
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Unidentified man with child, undated

  • Box 3, Item 319
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Unidentified man and woman, undated

  • Box 5, Item 320
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Two unidentified babies, undated

  • Box 5, Item 321
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Unidentified boy, undated

  • Box 5, Item 322
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Unidentified woman at John L. Helm's grave, undated

  • Box 5, Item 323
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Bowman's Mill, 1898 September 19

  • Box 6, Item 324
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Bowman's Mill, 1898 September 19

  • Box 6, Item 325
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Unidentified pool, undated

  • Box 3, Item 326
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Three unidentified women, undated

  • Box 3, Item 327
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Mrs. Moran, undated

  • Box 5, Item 328
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Helm Place, 1905 December 25

  • Box 5, Item 329
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Unidentified house, undated

  • Box 6, Item 330
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