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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card features a Polish military officer posing with his wife and smiling baby at the studio of S. Trzcinski in Warsaw, Poland. "

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POLISH MILITARY OFFICER AND HIS FAMILY IN WARSAW, POLAND

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This cabinet card features a Polish military officer posing with his wife and smiling baby at the studio of S. Trzcinski in Warsaw, Poland.

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bmarshphd | January 31, 2014 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Poland, Trzcinski, Warsaw | Categories: Families, Military, Poland | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3oC

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bmarshphd posted: "This cabinet card portrait captures a curly haired  young woman posing next to a framed photograph standing on a table. Her hand rests on the photograph's frame and there is an open book on the table. Advertising on the reverse of the image states that Ed"

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YOUNG WOMAN POSES BY FRAMED PHOTOGRAPH IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

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lady framed photo_0001This cabinet card portrait captures a curly haired  young woman posing next to a framed photograph standing on a table. Her hand rests on the photograph's frame and there is an open book on the table. Advertising on the reverse of the image states that Edward F. Hartley operated his studio at 309 Madison in Chicago, Illinois. To learn more about Hartley, and to view more of his photographs, click on the category "Photographer: Hartley".

bmarshphd | January 29, 2014 at 8:07 am | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-2Zk

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bmarshphd posted: " This item features a portrait of a pretty young woman posing at Newman's Studio of Art Photography at 1029 - 1031 Lexington Avenue in New York City. The young lady is posed in a lovely dress and is also wearing a lovely smile. In fact, even her eyes s"

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PORTRAIT OF A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG WOMAN IN NEW YORK CITY (circa 1904)

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This item features a portrait of a pretty young woman posing at Newman's Studio of Art Photography at 1029 - 1031 Lexington Avenue in New York City. The young lady is posed in a lovely dress and is also wearing a lovely smile. In fact, even her eyes seem to be smiling. Note the rolled curls over her left shoulder. Samuel J. Newman originally had a partner, Edward Leaming, when he started his photography business. Between 1902 and 1906, Newman operated independently out of the Lexington address.

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bmarshphd | January 28, 2014 at 12:01 pm | Tags: Edward Leaming, Samuel Newman | Categories: Women: Non Theatrical | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3ot

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bmarshphd posted: " This photograph features a pretty young woman in a beautiful dress. She has a nice figure enhanced by a corset. She is wearing a ring and earrings. This image could be placed under the categories of "fashion" as well as "beautiful women". The photograph"

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PRETTY FASHIONISTA IN NEW YORK CITY (1899)

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This photograph features a pretty young woman in a beautiful dress. She has a nice figure enhanced by a corset. She is wearing a ring and earrings. This image could be placed under the categories of "fashion" as well as "beautiful women". The photographer is Albert Naegeli (1844-1901) who operated a photographic studio in New York City's Union Square. Naegeli was a native of Germany who came to the United States at the age of sixteen in 1860. He settled in New York City. He began his photography business in New York City in 1864 during the CDV era. He moved the business to the 46 East Fourteenth Street location in 1876. He partnered there with Edward M. Estabrooke who was a tintype expert. Their partnership ended in 1880 and Estabrooke relocated to Elizabeth, New Jersey. Naegeli trained his sons Albert (photographer) and Henry (Technician) in the photography business. Naegeli specialized in portraits of theater stars. The subject of this photograph could very well be an actress of this era. Naegeli was a smart businessman and invested wisely in Real Estate and became a very wealthy man. The cause of his death remains a mystery. He died from a gun shot wound to his head. His son, Albert, claimed that the death was accidental but others thought that he committed suicide because he was depressed about the recent death of his daughter from a spinal disease. Whatever the reason for his death, New York City lost a talented photographer at the time of his demise. The photograph above is an example of his acumen.  The format of the photograph and advertising beneath the image is identical to photographs that Naegeli  took in 1899, indicating  that this photograph dates back to around that year. The photograph measures 5" X 7".The image is sharp.

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