Sunday, April 13, 2014

Photo Number 1543

This is a CdV from Craig’s Collection.
Kellog 1874 CP
This photo of a man with nicely trimmed muttonchop sideburns.
The velvet trimmed collar must have been popular in the 1870’s along with a wide necktie tied in a loose knot low on the throat with squared, overlapping ends
Kellog 1874  back CP
A.H. Kellogg taken Mch  26, 74
The photographer was G.D. Morse of 417 Montgomery St.  San Francisco, Cal
Thanks for stopping by.  Do come again.
We had a Mrs. A. A. Kellogg in Oregon earlier this year she is photo number 1497.  I am not certain they are related.

Update from Iggy:
I think this is the Reverend Alfred H. Kellogg, a Presbyterian minister. He was the "acting pastor" at the Howard Presbyterian Church in San Francisco in 1874-1875.

He was apparently from Philadelphia, PA (and returned to Philadelphia after his stint in CA.).

He was born about 1837in Philadelphia and died 21 Aug 1906 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He never married.

1 comment:

  1. I think this is the Reverend Alfred H. Kellogg, a Presbyterian minister. He was the "acting pastor" at the Howard Presbyterian Church in San Francisco in 1874-1875.

    http://www.sfgenealogy.com/sanfranciscodirectory/1875/1875_1090.pdf

    He was apparently from Philadelphia, PA (and returned to Philadelphia after his stint in CA.).

    He was born about 1837in Philadelphia and died 21 Aug 1906 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He never married.

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