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Gilman-Paul family photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0313


This collection contains photographs of the Gilman and Paul families and relatives.


  • 1866-1967

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research use.

Conditions Governing Use

The reproduction of materials in this collection may be subject to copyright restrictions. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine and satisfy copyright clearances or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information visit the MCHC’s Rights and Permissions page.

Biographical / Historical

The Gilman family was a prominent in Baltimore industry and society. John Stratton Gilman (1830-1889) moved to Baltimore, Maryland in 1850 from Hallowell, Maine to work in the iron industry. He married Eliza Weyl (1833-1932) and had two daughters, Miriam (Todd), and Charlotte Abbott. Charlotte Abbott Gilman (1861-1954) married D’Arcy Paul (1854-1890) and had one son, John Gilman D’Arcy (1887-1972).


0.21 Linear Feet (1 box)

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Joan Buresch Talley, December 14, 2009.

Related Materials

MS 3108, John Gilman D’Arcy Paul Manuscript Collection, 1805-1969

PP78, J. Gilman D’Arcy Paul Photograph Collection, 1893-1960

MS 1920, J. G. D’Arcy Paul Collection, 1788-1970

MS 3183, John Stratton Gilman Manuscript Collection, 1846-2007

Scope and Contents

The collection contains photographs of the Gilman and Paul families and relatives. The photographs are arranged into three series: Portraits, Homes of John Gilman D’Arcy Paul, and Miscellaneous. The Portrait Series is organized alphabetically by last name. Genealogical information is written on the back of several of the portraits.

Guide to the Gilman-Paul family photograph collection
Under Revision
Lara Westwood
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Revision Statements

  • 2020-03-11: Manually entered into ArchivesSpace by Mallory Herberger.

Repository Details

Part of the H. Furlong Baldwin Library Repository

H. Furlong Baldwin Library
Maryland Center for History and Culture
610 Park Avenue
Baltimore MD 21201 United States