Gallery view

1965 Jan.

Felix the cat, rolling in the dirt

New Bedford (Mass.) - Gloria Clark's cat, at the family home in New Bedford.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1992

Gloria Xifaras Clark and tenants at her home

New Bedford (Mass.) - Clark and two Chinese students at UMass Dartmouth who rented rooms.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1935 June

Blackington, Alton H.

Kay Sennott Half-length portrait holding bouquet at New Bedford Fire Chiefs' Convention

New Bedford (Mass.) - From a series of photos at New Bedford Fire Chiefs' Convention.

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1963

Cousin Constance (later Zinnia) and Gloria Xifaras Clark

New Bedford (Mass.) - Clark and her cousin, seated on a couch at the family home.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1925

Blackington, Alton H.

George Fred Tilton Portrait of 'one of the last whaling captains' smoking a pipe

New Bedford (Mass.) - From a series of images of Tilton: his autobiography is "Cap'n George Fred Himself." Hired to oversee the restoration of the last surviving American whaling ship, the "Charles W. Morgan" of New Bedford, a project funded by Col. Edward Green. The ship's last voyage was in 1921, and its restoration was completed by 1927 when it was put on display by Green.

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1935

Blackington, Alton H.

William Raymond Sennott

New Bedford (Mass.) - Portrait with arms crossed.

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1925

Blackington, Alton H.

George Fred Tilton Portrait of 'one of the last whaling captains' using a sextant with the Charles W, Morgan

New Bedford (Mass.) - From a series of images of Tilton: his autobiography is "Cap'n George Fred Himself." Hired to oversee the restoration of the last surviving American whaling ship, the "Charles W. Morgan" of New Bedford, a project funded by Col. Edward Green. The ship's last voyage was in 1921, and its restoration was completed by 1927 when it was put on display by Green.

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1970

Gloria Xifaras Clark

New Bedford (Mass.) - Portrait of Clark, seated at a dinner table.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers