|Description||Ellenwood French Guiet Carriage, 1885. 1) 19th century Brougham Carriage; black with yellow stripe for single or pair of horses. 2) assortment of tack with family initials; lanterns in box inside carriage.|
|Collection||3D - Land Transportation Tools & Equipment|
|Title||Ellenwood French Guiet Carriage, 1885|
|Creator||Million & Guiet, Paris|
|Inscription Text||"MILLION & GUIET S/N 4955" (on the hub)|
|Provenance||Owned by Dr. C.N. Ellinwood of San Francisco. Driven by coachman Carl Anderson.|
Described As the Last Horse Drawn Carriage in S.F.
Erik Jensen, Member National Carriage Association: Notes: 6/3/09 Splinter bar single or pair could have been pulled by single horse; splinter bar removable foreshafts (?) full cut under
Notes by Christine in conversation with Anne Ellinwood, May 29, 1996. Carriage was owned by her grandfather and used to transport her entire family to Golden Gate Park in 1893 for the first football game between Stanford and Cal. A video was made by KTVU about the buggy, seen by a personal friend of Mrs. Ellinwood's in Hawaii on CNN, and Ellinwood's personal videographer taped the buggy's transport from San Francisco by SMCHA.
|Dimensions||H-78 W-68.25 D-130 inches|
Ellinwood, Dr. C.N.
Carriages & coaches