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Camp of Germantown Boys Club at Stone Harbor N.J. from July 15 to Aug 5, 1911 [graphic].
Lantern slide showing two images. The top image shows two boys from the Germantown Boys' Club pushing a canoe into the surf. The boy on the right wears a hat and leans against the canoe. The boy on the left sits in the boat with an oar. The lower image shows a group of boys and young men from the Club resting on the beach. Two large houses stand in the background. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s., Contains MCM stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Canoeing on the Mullica River [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a group of men and women lifting two canoes over a tree that fell across the Mullica River. Trees and other foliage line the riverbank. Depicts the disembarkation. Marriott C. Morris' brother-in-law Thomas C. Potts is possibly the second from right. Mullica River, also previously known as Little Egg Harbor River and Atison River, is named after Finnish settler Eric Palsson Mullica (1636-approximately 1704). The river starts in central Camden County and empties into the Great Bay north of Atlantic City., Contains Marriott Canby Morris's stamp., See slide number 197, neg. P.2013.13.46., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Decoration of Quebec Cathedral. Installation of Cardinal Tascherau [graphic].
Lantern slide showing the interior of the Gothic-style Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Quebec decorated for the Cardinal's installation. The view shows the choir-area richly adorned with statuary, banners, and paintings on the ceiling. Taschereau was conferred on July 21, 1886 as the first Candian Cardinal. The Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Quebec was first constructed in 1647. A fire during the siege of Quebec in 1759 destroyed the building, but it was rebuilt in 1743. Jean Baillairge and his son designed the interior 1786-1822. A second fire in 1922 destroyed the interior again, and the cathedral was restored by Maxime Roisin and Raoul Chenevert. It is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Quebec., Contains MCM label., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Deserted house at Atsion, N.J. [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a dilapidated house on the left bank of the Mullica River in the Atsion community. The branches of a fallen tree extend over the water next to the house. Two canoes pass with two rowers in each canoe. Canoe on the right holds a man and woman. Canoe in left holds two men, including possibly Marriott C. Morris' brother-in-law, Thomas C. Potts (right). Mullica River, also previously known as Little Egg Harbor River and Atison River, is named after Finnish settler Eric Palsson Mullica (1636-approximately 1704). The river starts in central Camden County and empties into the Great Bay north of Atlantic City., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

E[lliston] P[erot] M[orris] Jr. at Sea Girt [graphic].
Lantern slide showing Marriott C. Morris' son Elliston Perot Morris Jr. as a baby in bloomers, a ruffled shirt, and a wide brimmed hat. He stands next to a wooden bench, holding a set of wooden blocks., Contains MCM stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Fording to the Island. Boys Parlors Asso[ciation] first camp, Upper Delaware R[iver] [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a group of men and boys from the Germantown Boys' Club crowded onto a horse-drawn cart. The cart travels through shallow water with trees growing in the background. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s., Contains MCM stamp. MCM, president of Assoc. See research file., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Jas. S. Willis' home. Willis Island Upper Delaware River [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a man, possibly Jas. S. Willis, and dog standing in the doorway of Willis' house. The house is covered in ivy with a diamond shaped window in the gable. A picnic table sits under a wooden portico and three lawn chairs sit in the grass., Ms note: Bainbridge. Photo. Contains MCM's stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Little lily vendor at [Avocado], Sea Girt, N.J. [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a boy seated on the front steps of the Morris family home Avocado. He is barefoot but wears a straw hat and a flower in his buttonhole. Elliston Perot Morris bought property in Sea Girt, N.J. in 1875, where he built the summer home Avocado after designs by Quaker architect Hibberd Yarnall. Morris left Avocado, named after a Perot family estate in Bermuda, to his daughter Elizabeth Canby Morris in his will. It was sold in 1947 after her death. By 1958 the house had been demolished., See neg. P.9895.306 Signed by MCM., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

[Mennonite meeting house with view of cemetery grounds, Germantown] [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a stone Mennonite meeting house at 6119 Germantown Avenue standing next to a cemetary surrounded by a metal fence. Trolley tracks run through the center of the street. A tree grows to the left of the meeting house and other buildings are visible in the background. A Mennonite meeting house was originally built on Main Street in 1705. The stone building replaced the wooden structure in 1770. The meeting house had one addition in 1908, and was restored to its colonial appearance in 1952., Signed: Morris. Cracked. In envelope with ms notes: John Wanamaker 13th Street Chestnut to Market of Philadelphia; No. 20, 5 mo. 1884, Old horse chestnut tree, tulip bed & looking down., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Midway Plaisance-Cairo Street-Outrunners of Wedding Procession [graphic].
Lantern slide showing two men walking barefoot down a street. The men wear loose pants, textured vests, and turbans. Another man wearing a dark suit and hat stands behind the men facing the other direction., Contains MCM stamp. Title printed on label., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Midway Plaisance-Dahomans [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a group of Black men carrying a wooden platform draped with fabric over their heads. The men are barefoot and wear brightly patterned clothing., Contains MCM stamp. Title printed on label., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

N. end of Electrical Building. Transportation B[ui]ld[in]g in distance [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a view of the Electrical Building, a large multi-story building adorned with arches, pillars, towers, and flags flying from rounded balconies designed by Van Brunt & Howe for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Crowds of people gather in the street and on the bridges in front of the building. Various boats float on the water in front of the building. The Transportation Building with a rounded arch entryway stands in the background., Contains MCM stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Old Friend's Meeting House, Manasquan, N.J. [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a view of Old Friend's Meeting House in Manasquan, N.J., a small one-story building with shuttered windows and wooden shingles. Scrubby foliage grows in front of the meeting house and trees grow behind. A wooden fence extends from the left side of the meeting house in front of a garden. The Manasquan Friends Meeting House was built circa 1730. Originally a two-story structure, it was remodeled into a one-story building in 1812 after storm damage in 1808. The original Meeting House was sold in 1885 and a new building built a year later., Contains MCM's stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Old Swedes Church, Wilmington Del. [graphic].
Lantern slide showing Old Swedes Church, also known as Holy Trinity Church, a stone church with ivy climbing up the walls. The church is surrounded by bare trees, a cemetary and a metal fence. Holy Trinity Church was built 1698-1699. It became an Episcopal parish in 1791., Signed: Morris., Negative P.9895.206., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

[Portait of] "Katie" Swan [graphic].
Lantern slide showing an oval-shaped portrait of Katie Swan wearing a polka dotted dress and sitting on an embankment. Above Swan on a hill a man sits on a wooden platform decorated with patriotic bunting., The slide has a background of a gold and black grid with a red star shaped stamp in the lower left corner., Contains MCM stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

[Residences lining an unidentified canal] [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a view buildings lining the left side of a canal. A path extends along the right side of the water and a dock is under construction on the left. A barge floats further down the canal., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Robert Elliston. Original painting on wood in possession of Mrs. Quill, Smith Parish, Bermuda [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a painted three-quarter length portrait of Robert Elliston. Elliston wears a curled wig, a long, white collar and holds a small book in his left hand. A building with a dome is visible in the open window behind him., Contains MCM stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

View at Seal Harbor, Mt. Desert [Island], Maine [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a view of Seal Harbor with rocky shallows and a grassy island in the center at Mount Desert Island. A canoe rests on the island and a girl wearing a lace collar and a hat stands in the grass. Mount Desert Island, the largest island off the coast of Maine, was popularized in the mid-19th century by Hudson River School painters as a nature retreat. From the late 19th century to around the 1930s the Island was a tourist destination for the social elite., Contains MCM stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

Weathercock from the steeple of German Reform Church at Market Square 1733-1833 [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a circular view of a rooster-shaped weathervane from the steeple of the Market Street German Reform Church, later a Presbyterian Church., The slide is hand colored with red, brown, and yellow pigment., Contains MCM stamp., See History of Germantown, p. 316., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

White Wings [sailboat] Manasquan River, N.J. [graphic].
Lantern slide showing a sailboat traveling down Manasquan River. The boat leans to the left as it catches the wind. Other boats and the tree-lined shore are visible in the distance across the water., See neg. P.9895.969 Contains MCM stamp., Digitization and cataloging has been made possible through the generosity of David Marriott Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, and William Perot Morris in memory of Marriott Canby Morris and his children: Elliston Perot Morris, Marriott Canby Morris Jr., and Janet Morris and in acknowledgment of his grandchildren: William Perot Morris, Eleanor Rhoads Morris Cox, Jonathan White Morris, and David Marriott Morris., Edited.

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