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Monday, November 3, 2014

PRETTY YOUNG WOMAN WITH HYPNOTIZING EYES IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS


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bmarshphd posted: " An attractive young woman poses or her portrait at the studio of William Shaw Warren whose studio was located in Boston, Massachusetts. The woman has intense eyes and her hair is styled with tightly rolled curls. She is wearing a necklace, earrings, a"

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PRETTY YOUNG WOMAN WITH HYPNOTIZING EYES IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

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An attractive young woman poses or her portrait at the studio of William Shaw Warren whose studio was located in Boston, Massachusetts. The woman has intense eyes and her hair is styled with tightly rolled curls. She is wearing a necklace, earrings, and a collar pin. To learn more about this photographer and view more of his photographs, click on the category "Photographer: Warren".
bmarshphd | November 1, 2014 at 11:50 pm | Tags: Boston, Shaw Warren | Categories: Photographer: Warren, Women: Non Theatrical | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3DG
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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card portrait features three little girls posing for their portrait accompanied by a canine companion. The dog appears to be a pug although it may be one of the skinniest pugs I've ever seen. The dog seems to be quite alive but one never "

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THREE GIRLS AND A PUG IN MARYTOWN, WISCONSIN

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This cabinet card portrait features three little girls posing for their portrait accompanied by a canine companion. The dog appears to be a pug although it may be one of the skinniest pugs I've ever seen. The dog seems to be quite alive but one never knows. There are many cabinet card photos that include stuffed dogs that look quite real. I suppose photographers of the time liked stuffed or ceramic dogs better than live dogs because the faux dogs don't move or blink while being photographed. The children in this photograph don't seem to be having a particularly good time. However, they are certainly adorable in their fancy clothes and coiffed hair. One of the girls is holding a flower. The children were photographed by John Zierer and his studio was located in Marytown, Wisconsin. The Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) library's web site has an article that cites Zierer. "John Zierer was the local photographer, residing at the foot of the church hill. Much of his business centered on taking First Communion, graduation and wedding photographs for members of the community".

bmarshphd | October 31, 2014 at 11:08 pm | Tags: Fond Du Lac, John Zierer, Marytown, Pug | Categories: Children, Dogs | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-2LY
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bmarshphd posted: " This vintage photograph features a portrait of three uniformed young female salvation army workers. The woman on the left is wearing a salvation army badge at her collar while the the bespectacled woman in the center is wearing a celluloid pin with a "

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PORTRAIT OF THREE YOUNG SALVATION ARMY WOMEN IN OSHKOSH, WISCONSIN

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This vintage photograph features a portrait of three uniformed young female salvation army workers. The woman on the left is wearing a salvation army badge at her collar while the the bespectacled woman in the center is wearing a celluloid pin with a woman's photograph on it. These young ladies look quite serious as they pose for their photograph. An inscription on the reverse of the image indicates that this photograph was taken at a studio in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. To view more photographs of salvation army members, click on the category of "Salvation Army".



bmarshphd | October 28, 2014 at 11:37 pm | Tags: Oshkosh, Salvation Army, Wisconsin | Categories: Salvation Army | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3Iq
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