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bmarshphd posted: " This vintage real photo postcard features a pretty young woman standing in, what appears to be, a vineyard. She offered a lovely smile to the photographer. Since this postcard is blank and uncirculated, it is unknown where this photo was taken. Howeve"

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A PRETTY WOMAN IN A VINEYARD

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This vintage real photo postcard features a pretty young woman standing in, what appears to be, a vineyard. She offered a lovely smile to the photographer. Since this postcard is blank and uncirculated, it is unknown where this photo was taken. However, it is clear that the photo was taken by a studio or private photographer. It was not mass produced. The postcard was published by Leonar, a German company. This postcard is in very good condition (see scans).

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bmarshphd | January 13, 2019 at 12:00 pm | Tags: LEONAR, VINEYARD | Categories: Women: Non Theatrical | URL: https://wp.me/pnHKU-6vk
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bmarshphd posted: "  This vintage real photo postcard features German/Hungarian actress Lottie Loder (1910-1999). She was born in Nuremberg, Germany. Loder started her career as a dancer in Vienna. She was a "talkie" film actress (Warner Brothers). She was known for "A Sol"

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PRETTY ACTRESS LOTTI LODER AND HER "DUTCH CUT" (RISQUE RPPC)

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lohdi 1 This vintage real photo postcard features German/Hungarian actress Lottie Loder (1910-1999). She was born in Nuremberg, Germany. Loder started her career as a dancer in Vienna. She was a "talkie" film actress (Warner Brothers). She was known for "A Soldier's Plaything (1930), "Oh, Sailor Behave! (1930), and "Men of the Sky (1931). Her career was brief. The brunette leading lady, according to IMDb, acted in just five films between 1930 and 1931. Warner Brothers brought her to Hollywood to compete with MGM's Greta Garbo, and Paramount's Marlene Dietrich. Note Loder's "dutch cut" hairstyle. She clearly copied Colleen Moore's 1920's trademark hair style. Loder was in good company. Celebrated actress, Louise Brooks, also copied Miss Moore's "dutch cut". Loder died in Miami, Florida at about 89 years of age. This postcard portrait was published by Ross Verlag and was part of a series (no. 6042/1). The postcard promotes Warner Brothers films. This photo portrait postcard is in good condition. The postcard has a pinhole in the center of it's top border above the image (see scans).

 

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bmarshphd posted: "  This cabinet card photograph features three well dressed young men wearing derby hats. They are wearing long overcoats over their suits. This photo must have been taken in winter. The young men appear to be in their teenage years. An interesting side no"

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THREE TEENAGE BOYS IN THEIR FINE CLOTHES AND DERBY HATS IN ROCHESTER, NEW YORK

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bowlers bowlers 1 This cabinet card photograph features three well dressed young men wearing derby hats. They are wearing long overcoats over their suits. This photo must have been taken in winter. The young men appear to be in their teenage years. An interesting side note is worth mentioning about derby hats. Derbies are made of hard felt and have a rounded crown. They were created by two London hat makers in 1849. Their last name was Bowler and the hat was named after them. Bowlers (Derbies in the USA) were worn with semi formal and informal clothing. They were worn by working class men during the last half of the 19th century. In later years they were worn by middle and upper class men. Two of the men seen in the photograph are identified. They are Max and Carl Stenzel. Presumably, they are brothers. The photograph was taken by the G. J. Stage Art Photography studio in Rochester, N.Y.. George Stage was born in 1828, He appears in the New York Census (1905) as does his wife (Maggie) and their fourteen year old son. Interestingly, at the time of this census George was 77 years of age and Maggie was just 36 years old. George died in 1910. He is listed as a photographer in the Rochester 1909 directory, indicating he worked until he was 80 years-old. He is also listed as a photographer in the 1887 directory. Therefore he was a photographer for at least 22 years. This cabinet card portrait is in very good condition (see scans).

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bmarshphd | January 11, 2019 at 6:27 pm | Tags: Bowler Hat, Carl Stenzel, Derby Hat, George Stage, Max Stenzel, Rochester | Categories: Hats | URL: https://wp.me/pnHKU-6uX
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bmarshphd posted: "  This vintage real photo postcard features a handsome wedding couple. The groom is wearing his naval uniform. His hat tells us the name of his ship. Unfortunately, the camera angle only shows the beginning letters of the ship's name. One possibility is "

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PORTRAIT OF A HANDSOME SAILOR AND HIS BRIDE IN SENS, FRANCE

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sailor couple 1 This vintage real photo postcard features a handsome wedding couple. The groom is wearing his naval uniform. His hat tells us the name of his ship. Unfortunately, the camera angle only shows the beginning letters of the ship's name. One possibility is that the ship is named HMS Constance. The Constance was a light cruiser of the Royal Navy that was active in World War I. The ship was launched in 1915. It took part in the Battle of Jutland in 1916. The Constance was decommissioned in 1931 and was in reserve until 1935. The bride in this photo is wearing a pretty dress and a long veil. The photographer of this wedding portrait is Henri Pissot and his studio was located in Sens, France. Sens is a city in the Yonne department in north-central France. This real photo postcard has excellent clarity and is in excellent condition (see scans). Addendum: Please see comments section in regard to the sailors country of service and the name of his ship. Thanks to the visitors to the Cabinet Card Gallery that provided the aforementioned information.

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bmarshphd posted: "  This vintage real photo postcard features a young farm boy steadying a horse by holding on to it's bridle. The horse is hitched to a buggy. Presumably, the girls occupying the buggy are the boy's two younger sisters. In the background, stands a large b"

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HORSE AND BUGGY STEADIED BY A YOUNG FARM BOY: HIS TWO SISTERS ARE IN THE BUGGY

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family buggy screen shot This vintage real photo postcard features a young farm boy steadying a horse by holding on to it's bridle. The horse is hitched to a buggy. Presumably, the girls occupying the buggy are the boy's two younger sisters. In the background, stands a large barn or stable. Also in the background is an adult woman who is standing on the porch of the house. She is wearing a hat and holding an umbrella. On the ground next to the horse is a cluster of boxes and a pail. This photograph appears to have been taken out in the country, where and when, horse and buggy transportation was not uncommon. This vintage postcard is in very good condition (see scans).

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bmarshphd | January 9, 2019 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Horse and Buggy | Categories: Children, Farming, Horse, Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) | URL: https://wp.me/pnHKU-6uC
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bmarshphd posted: " This vintage photograph features a female radio announcer behind a microphone. The studio has another electronic device on the table. It is my guess that the device is a speaker or transmitter.  The previous owner of this photo wrote some notes on the re"

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PHOTOGRAPH OF A FRENCH "FREE RADIO" STUDIO AND A FEMALE ANNOUNCER

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radio This vintage photograph features a female radio announcer behind a microphone. The studio has another electronic device on the table. It is my guess that the device is a speaker or transmitter.  The previous owner of this photo wrote some notes on the reverse of the image. The notes indicate that this is a photograph of a studio that was a part of "Free Radio: France". Initially, free radio was synonymous with the term "pirate radio". Such radio stations were popular in 1970's Europe and were proponents of freedom of expression, and the end of state monopolies controlling radio and television. In France, state monopolies controlled radio until 1981. Prior to World War II, there were about a dozen independent and commercial radio stations operating in France. It is possible that this image comes from "Radio Andorra" because the image was part of a collection of other photos related to radio broadcasting in Andorra. "Radio Andorra" was one of the oldest French private radio stations. The radio station broadcasted from Andorra between 1939 and 1981. Since Andorra was not part of France, the station could bypass the demands of the French monopoly. This vintage photo is a terrific piece of  European and French radio history. The photograph measures about 2 1/8" x 2 5/8" and is in very good condition.

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bmarshphd posted: " This photograph of a North African man and his daughter is one of the most moving photos that I have ever seen. This image pulls at my heart strings and won't let go. I know very little about the story behind this photo. I assume that we are looking at a"

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HAUNTING PHOTOGRAPH OF NORTH AFRICAN MAN AND HIS DAUGHTER

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refugee This photograph of a North African man and his daughter is one of the most moving photos that I have ever seen. This image pulls at my heart strings and won't let go. I know very little about the story behind this photo. I assume that we are looking at a father and daughter. Each is displaying an expression of grave concern. In fact, they look traumatized. The previous owner of this photograph stated that the photo was taken in North Africa during a time of war. The image is a snapshot and measures about 4 1/4" x 3 1/4". The photograph is in very good condition (see scans).

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bmarshphd | January 7, 2019 at 12:00 pm | Tags: North Africa, Snapshot | Categories: Families, Snapshot | URL: https://wp.me/pnHKU-6sV
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