Friday, November 28, 2014

EMOTIONLESS WEDDING COUPLE IN WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS





bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card features a young wedding couple posing for their portrait as the studio of Flodin & Thyberg in Worcester, Massachusetts (411 Main Street). The bride and groom are showing little emotion on their wedding day but it is likely that "

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EMOTIONLESS WEDDING COUPLE IN WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS

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This cabinet card features a young wedding couple posing for their portrait as the studio of Flodin & Thyberg in Worcester, Massachusetts (411 Main Street). The bride and groom are showing little emotion on their wedding day but it is likely that their expressions just reflect the instructions of the photographer. The bride is wearing fingerless gloves so that her wedding ring is visible in the photograph. The groom is posed with crossed feet. He looks like he is about to break out in a turn of the century version of the Nutcracker Suite Ballet. To view other photographs by this studio, and to learn more about the photographers, click on the category "Photographer: Flodin & Thyberg".
bmarshphd | November 23, 2014 at 3:00 pm | Categories: Photographer: Flodin & Thyberg, Wedding | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3Ja
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bmarshphd posted: " This post cabinet card era photograph features a handsome middle aged man with a bushy mustache. He is wearing formal clothing and is very fashionable. The photograph comes from the Holden studio in Natick, Massachusetts. Charles W. Holden had an advert"

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GOOD LOOKING MAN WITH BUSHY MUSTACHE IN NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS

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This post cabinet card era photograph features a handsome middle aged man with a bushy mustache. He is wearing formal clothing and is very fashionable. The photograph comes from the Holden studio in Natick, Massachusetts. Charles W. Holden had an advertisement for his studio in the Wellesley Directory (1904). His obituary can be found in the Bulletin of Photography (1915). The obituary states that he had taken "thousands of photographs of Wellesley College girls" and had died of heart disease at 59 years of age.
bmarshphd | November 22, 2014 at 9:58 am | Tags: Charles Holden, Natick, Wellesley College | Categories: Men, Mustaches (Only The Best) | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3Hw
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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card features an adorable little girl wearing a little white dress with lace on the hem and sleeves. She is posed next to a big hat and is holding one of the hat's ribbons. This little girl looks like a doll. She is looking right at the p"

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ADORABLE LITTLE GIRL AND A BIG HAT IN LIBERTY, MISSOURI

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This cabinet card features an adorable little girl wearing a little white dress with lace on the hem and sleeves. She is posed next to a big hat and is holding one of the hat's ribbons. This little girl looks like a doll. She is looking right at the photographer but is displaying a great deal of suspicion.This portrait was taken at the studio of J. T. Hicks which was located in Liberty, Missouri. Jacob T. Hicks (1840-1924) was the first professional photographer in Clay and Ray Counties (Missouri). He retired in 1912. The reverse of this cabinet card has an inscription identifying the little girl in this image as "Bessie Dougherty" who was "Liz's mother". Research revealed little about the life of little Bessie. She was born in 1882 and she was listed in the school yearbook as a student at the American Mozart Academy in Liberty. The school's yearbook was called Liberty Ladies College. Check out the portrait of J. T. Hicks and the image of his gravestone found below.
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bmarshphd posted: " A young to middle aged couple pose for their portrait at Miller Brothers studio in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The studio was located on the corner of 3rd and Chestnut Streets. They pose in a studio setting that screams "rustic". The wood fence, shabby chai"

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INTERESTING COUPLE IN MIWAUKEE, WISCONSIN

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A young to middle aged couple pose for their portrait at Miller Brothers studio in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The studio was located on the corner of 3rd and Chestnut Streets. They pose in a studio setting that screams "rustic". The wood fence, shabby chair, and country backdrop help create the rural feel. The man in this photograph is wearing an interesting beard (see the category "Beards (Only the Best)". He is holding a book in his left hand and coupled with his attire, the image creates an impression that he is an educated man. The woman is wearing a very plain dress and a serious expression.
bmarshphd | November 17, 2014 at 6:56 pm | Tags: Beard, Milwaukee, Wisconsin | Categories: Beards (Only the Best), Couples | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3HQ
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