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Monday, September 30, 2013

WOMAN LETS HER HAIR DOWN IN BRIGHAM CITY #UTAH




bmarshphd posted: " A woman with long hair and a long dress poses for her portrait at the A. W. Compton studio in Brigham City, Utah. Her dress has an interesting pattern which clashes with the studio's carpet. The woman has a far away look in her eyes. Brigham City was "
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WOMAN LETS HER HAIR DOWN IN BRIGHAM CITY UTAH

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A woman with long hair and a long dress poses for her portrait at the A. W. Compton studio in Brigham City, Utah. Her dress has an interesting pattern which clashes with the studio's carpet. The woman has a far away look in her eyes. Brigham City was founded by Mormon pioneer William Davis who first explored the area in 1850. Brigham Young, the church president,  assigned Lorenzo Snow to create a self sufficient city at the site in 1853. Two years later, the town was named Box Elder. Brigham Young gave his last public sermon there and in 1877 the city was renamed in his honor. The photographer of this image was Alma Walter Compton. Utah State University has a collection of 90,000 photographs from the Compton Studio which was operated by three generations of the Compton family beginning in 1884. The collection is said to provide an illustrated history of agriculture, business, social life and education for the town of Brigham City over a span of nearly one hundred years. The Alma Compton House, located in Brigham City, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Sunday, September 29, 2013

GENTLEMAN AND HIS MUTTON CHOPS IN WOOLWICH, ENGLAND



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bmarshphd posted: "A man with distinctive muttonchops poses for his portrait at the C. J. Farlie studio in Woolwich. Charles James Farlie  (1839-1901) was located at 74 Wellington. The town of Woolwich is part of greater London. Farlie worked as a photographer in the town b"
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A GENTLEMAN AND HIS MUTTON CHOPS IN WOOLWICH, ENGLAND

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WOOLWICH MAN_0001A man with distinctive muttonchops poses for his portrait at the C. J. Farlie studio in Woolwich. Charles James Farlie  (1839-1901) was located at 74 Wellington. The town of Woolwich is part of greater London. Farlie worked as a photographer in the town between the 1860's and 1880's. He was married twice. One of his wives was Selina Louisa Farlie who died in 1873 at the age of 32. The subject of this photograph is formally dressed and is wearing the usual pocket watch with the chain exposed under his coat. The gentleman's interesting facial hair gains him entry into the Cabinet Card Gallery's category of "Mustaches (Only the Best). Peruse the intriguing facial hair by clicking the category.
bmarshphd | September 28, 2013 at 6:47 pm | Tags: Farlie, London, Mustache, Woolwich | Categories: British, Mustaches (Only The Best) | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-314
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CHILD STANDING ON A WICKER CHAIR IN #DENVER, CO



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bmarshphd posted: " Unlike a lot of children photographed during and soon after the cabinet card era, this child is showing some emotion. It's exciting to be able to stand on a chair and have parental  permission to do so. The child looks adorable in his/her plaid outfit"
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CHILD STANDING ON A WICKER CHAIR IN DENVER, COLORADO

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Unlike a lot of children photographed during and soon after the cabinet card era, this child is showing some emotion. It's exciting to be able to stand on a chair and have parental  permission to do so. The child looks adorable in his/her plaid outfit. Note the pretty wicker chair. The Nast studio captured this somewhat unfocussed but lovely portrait.
bmarshphd | September 29, 2013 at 1:03 pm | Tags: Colorado, Denver, Nast, Wicker | Categories: Children, Photographer: Nast | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-R8
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Thursday, September 26, 2013

HUNTER AND #DOG IN #VIENNA, AUSTRIA





bmarshphd posted: "A hunter poses with his dog and gun for Paul Pietschmann at his studio in Vienna, Austria. Note the man's pocket watch and great hat. The dog appears to be very alert and "at the ready"."
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HUNTER AND HIS DOG IN VIENNA, AUSTRIA

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HUNT IS ON_0001A hunter poses with his dog and gun for Paul Pietschmann at his studio in Vienna, Austria. Note the man's pocket watch and great hat. The dog appears to be very alert and "at the ready".
bmarshphd | September 25, 2013 at 9:29 pm | Tags: Austria, Pieshmann, Vienna | Categories: Austria, Dogs, Hunting | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-33v
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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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HANDSOME MAN WITH FORMIDABLE MUSTACHE IN NEW YORK CITY






bmarshphd posted: " A formally dressed gentleman poses for his portrait at the Alman & Company studio in New York City. He has a great bushy mustache which earns a spot in the category "Mustaches (Only the Best)". Click on this category to view other facial hair mast"
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A formally dressed gentleman poses for his portrait at the Alman & Company studio in New York City. He has a great bushy mustache which earns a spot in the category "Mustaches (Only the Best)". Click on this category to view other facial hair masterpieces. Note the man's wide lapels and bow tie. One source states that Louis Alman (1835-?) was active in New York City and Newport, Rhode Island from the 1870's through 1920. The dates have not been confirmed by research.
bmarshphd | September 24, 2013 at 8:21 pm | Tags: Mustache, Newport | Categories: Mustaches (Only The Best) | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-2Wi
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