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Thursday, February 27, 2014

THE CABINET CARD GALLERY ~ Most stylish kid in Butler, PA +++




bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card features a young boy dressed in his finest clothing. He is wearing a suit, large bow tie, and a boutonniere. Note his terrific hat. This photograph was produced by the Criley & Wagner studio in Butler, Pennsylvania. "

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THE MOST STYLISH BOY IN BUTLER, PENNSYLVANIA

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This cabinet card features a young boy dressed in his finest clothing. He is wearing a suit, large bow tie, and a boutonniere. Note his terrific hat. This photograph was produced by the Criley & Wagner studio in Butler, Pennsylvania.
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bmarshphd | February 23, 2014 at 12:06 pm | Tags: Butler, Criley & Wagner, Pennsylvania | Categories: Children, Photographer: Criley & Wagner | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3qk
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bmarshphd posted: " Two young children and their pet dog pose for their portrait at the Bonell studio in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Big brother and little sister look intently at the camera as does their canine friend. In fact, the dog must have been well trained to sit on a s"

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TWO SIBLINGS AND THEIR PET DOG POSE FOR A PORTRAIT IN EAU CLAIRE, WISCONSIN (CABINET CARD)

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Two young children and their pet dog pose for their portrait at the Bonell studio in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Big brother and little sister look intently at the camera as does their canine friend. In fact, the dog must have been well trained to sit on a stool for a long enough time to be photographed. The children are well dressed. It is unusual to see a boy as young as the subject in this photograph wearing a suit and accessorizing with a pocket watch. The kids in this image are cute but the dog steals the show. The photographer of this image is Frederick Bonell. In addition to having a studio in Eau Claire, he also conducted business in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. At the time of this photograph his Eau Claire studio was located on the corner of Barstow & Gibson Streets. One source states that Bonell worked as a photographer between 1879 and 1890. To view other photographs by Bonell and to learn more about him, click on the category "Photographer: Bonell".
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bmarshphd posted: " This photograph features an attractive young couple posing at the studio belonging to Algot Anderson in St. Paul, Minnesota. The couple are well dressed and well coiffed. This is one very cool couple. Algot Anderson worked in St. Paul from 1894 throug"

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ATTRACTIVE AND COOL LOOKING YOUNG COUPLE IN ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA (VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH)

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This photograph features an attractive young couple posing at the studio belonging to Algot Anderson in St. Paul, Minnesota. The couple are well dressed and well coiffed. This is one very cool couple. Algot Anderson worked in St. Paul from 1894 through 1926.The photograph measures 5" x 7" and is in excellent condition.
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bmarshphd | February 21, 2014 at 11:45 am | Tags: Algot Anderson, Minnesota, St. Paul | Categories: Couples | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3q8
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bmarshphd posted: " A young boy wearing a sailor suit poses for his portrait at the Clark studio in Barre, Vermont. The boy is well dressed and very clean cut. A. F. Clark is listed as a photographer in a Barre business directory from 1891. He is also listed in the 1900 US"

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A LITTLE BOY DRESSED IN A SAILOR SUIT POSES FOR HIS PORTRAIT IN BARRE, VERMONT

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A young boy wearing a sailor suit poses for his portrait at the Clark studio in Barre, Vermont. The boy is well dressed and very clean cut. A. F. Clark is listed as a photographer in a Barre business directory from 1891. He is also listed in the 1900 US census as a single 41 year-old photographer.
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bmarshphd | February 20, 2014 at 12:17 pm | Tags: A. F. Clark, Barre, Nautical, Sailor, Vermont | Categories: Children, Nautical | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3q0
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bmarshphd posted: " A pretty and nicely dressed woman poses for her portrait at the Drew studio in Dover, New Hampshire. The subject of this image enjoys her jewelry as can be seen by her ring and the bracelets on both of her wrists. To learn more about A. P. Drew and to v"

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PORTRAIT OF A PRETTY WOMAN IN DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE

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A pretty and nicely dressed woman poses for her portrait at the Drew studio in Dover, New Hampshire. The subject of this image enjoys her jewelry as can be seen by her ring and the bracelets on both of her wrists. To learn more about A. P. Drew and to view more of his photographs, click on the category "Photographer: Drew".
bmarshphd | February 19, 2014 at 12:17 pm | Tags: A. P. Drew, Dover, New Hampshire | Categories: Photographer: Drew, Women: Non Theatrical | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3pQ
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bmarshphd posted: "The Brandt Brothers studio in Avoca, Iowa, produced this family portrait. Emma and Clara Holst are identified in an inscription on the reverse of the photograph. The two young women are wearing nice dresses with flowers pinned to just below their shoulder"

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SISTERLY LOVE: PORTRAIT OF EMMA AND CLARA HOLST IN AVOCA, IOWA

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IOWA GIRLS_0007The Brandt Brothers studio in Avoca, Iowa, produced this family portrait. Emma and Clara Holst are identified in an inscription on the reverse of the photograph. The two young women are wearing nice dresses with flowers pinned to just below their shoulders. Research reveals that Emma Holst was born in 1878 and Clara was born in 1881. Growing up, the sisters lived together in both Pleasant and Shelby, Iowa. Emma married Henry Sick in 1898. Sick was six years older than Emma. They had at least three children and in 1925 lived in Valley, Iowa.
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bmarshphd | February 18, 2014 at 12:13 pm | Tags: Avoca, Clara Holst, Emma Holst, Henry Sick, Holst, Iowa, Shelby | Categories: Families, Women: Non Theatrical | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3fl
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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card portrait features pretty actress Helen Standish. Famed celebrity photographer B J Falk produced this image and Miss Standish's choice to wear a dress showing some cleavage, makes this photograph somewhat risque for it's era. In addit"

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PORTRAIT OF BEAUTIFUL ACTRESS HELEN STANDISH (PHOTOGRAPHED BY B J FALK)

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This cabinet card portrait features pretty actress Helen Standish. Famed celebrity photographer B J Falk produced this image and Miss Standish's choice to wear a dress showing some cleavage, makes this photograph somewhat risque for it's era. In addition, her expression can be interpreted as being enticing. Research revealed very little about Helen Standish or her career. She appears in number of cigarette card series including one produced by Dukes Cigarettes ("Leading Actors and Actresses") which can be seen below. Her name appears in the New York Times (1887) review of the play "The Pyramid" which appeared at the Star Theater. The reviewer states that Miss Standish and another actress in the play "were not equal to the demands of their roles". Ouch! The reverse of the cabinet card has a stamp from "Culver Service" which was a New York City company that charged the media for the use of photographs coming from their vast image archives. The reverse of the photograph also has the stamp of photographer J. M. Russell, 126 Tremont Street, in Boston, Massachusetts. Russell was a well known music publisher in Boston and it is possible that he also was involved in the sale of celebrity cabinet  cards.
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