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Jane S. Taplin and children

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Collection Charles R. Nevitt
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Description Albumen print once on Carte de Visite mount of Jane S. Taplin and children. Currently in the Charles Nevitt Scrapbook, "House of Ancients"
Year Range from 1863
Event Civil War
Film Size 4" x 5"
Year range to 1863
Medium Photographic Paper/Ink
Neg # 22015
Notes Group image of Janes S. Chaplin with a group of children. This is possibly a school class or a sunday school class. Each is identified by number: 1. Dalton ?; 2. Robert Nevitt; 3. Mrs. Lowell G. Taplin (Jane S.); 4. John (Winslow) McAllister; 5. Perry Norton; 6. Charles Nevitt (Sr.); 7. William Nevitt; 8. Bell ?; 9. George Bates. The three girls at left are unidentified.
Jane S. Taplin was the wife of Lowell G. Taplin. They were born in Vermont and married there circa 1840. The couple had two children: Osman B., born circa 1841 and Carrie L., born circa 1843. In 1860 the family was living in Oshkosh in the 1st Ward. Lowell was working as a carpenter. Her son Osman died from wounds received during the Civil War. She died September 4, 1892 in Oshkosh.
Object ID P1999.1.51
Object Name carte de visite
People Taplin, Jane S.
Nevitt, Charles, Sr.
Nevitt, Robert
Nevitt, William
McAllister, John Winslow
Norton, Perry
Bates, George
Place Oshkosh, WI
Print size 2 1/2" x 4"
Subjects Civil War
Homefront
Group Photographs
Teachers
Children
Title Jane S. Taplin and children
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