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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card portrait features the most adorable baby ever photographed in Muscatine, Iowa. Thanks to an inscription of the reverse of the photograph, we know the name of this photogenic child. The notation states "Please give this to Cora Freddi"

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PORTRAIT OF THE MOST ADORABLE BABY IN MUSCATINE, IOWA

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This cabinet card portrait features the most adorable baby ever photographed in Muscatine, Iowa. Thanks to an inscription of the reverse of the photograph, we know the name of this photogenic child. The notation states "Please give this to Cora Freddie(?) Guthrie. Taken when 3 1/2 months old. She is now over a year". The notation is signed "Evelyn". The photograph was taken by the Clifford & Son studio in Muscatine, Iowa. The studio was operated by Charles Clifford and his son Frederick. Charles Clifford had a studio in Newton, Iowa in the 1880's and 1890's. The Photographic Journal of America (1893) announces that Charles and his son opened a studio in Muscatine. The Photographic Times (1895) makes mention that the father and son had mauufactured a "flash light machine". The Photo Beacon (1897) notes that the Clifford & Son had won some awards at a photography exhibition.

 

bmarshphd | January 4, 2015 at 12:32 pm | Tags: Charles Clifford, Frederick Clifford, Iowa, Muscatine | Categories: Children | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3LX

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bmarshphd posted: " New York photographer, Otto Sarony, son of Napoleon Sarony, photographed this pretty caped lady wearing a short tight dress. She is exhibiting quite a seductive pose. Her body language makes this image relatively risque for Sarony's era. In retrospect"

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UNIDENTIFIED CAPED ACTRESS PHOTOGRAPHED BY OTTO SARONY IN NEW YORK CITY

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New York photographer, Otto Sarony, son of Napoleon Sarony, photographed this pretty caped lady wearing a short tight dress. She is exhibiting quite a seductive pose. Her body language makes this image relatively risque for Sarony's era. In retrospect, perhaps it is more provocative than risque. Otto Sarony photographed many actresses and the subject of this photograph is, despite being unidentified, most likely a theatrical player. To view other images by Otto Sarony, click on the category "Photographer: Sarony (Otto)".

bmarshphd | January 3, 2015 at 12:27 pm | Tags: Otto Sarony | Categories: Actresses, Photographer: Sarony (Otto), Risque | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3Dt

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bmarshphd posted: " A young woman in a pretty checkered dress is the subject of this cabinet card portrait by the Kepler studio in Central City, Colorado. The woman leans on a wicker chair in an unconvincing thoughtful pose. Note the young lady's unusual hair ornament. S"

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THIN WAISTED YOUNG WOMAN IN A CHECKERED DRESS (PORTRAIT BY FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHER)

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A young woman in a pretty checkered dress is the subject of this cabinet card portrait by the Kepler studio in Central City, Colorado. The woman leans on a wicker chair in an unconvincing thoughtful pose. Note the young lady's unusual hair ornament. Something else unusual about this cabinet card is that the photograph was taken by a female photographer. The pioneer woman photographer was named Mrs. V. M. Kepler. The "Checklist of Western Photographers (1986) reports that Kepler was a photographer in Central City between 1896 and 1899.

 

 

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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card portrait features a bearded gentleman posing at the Dunklee and Bau studio in Greenfield, Massachusetts. The man has a long wiry beard and an intense expression. Advertising on the reverse of the cabinet card states that the Dunklee "

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A BEARDED GENTLEMAN IN GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS

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This cabinet card portrait features a bearded gentleman posing at the Dunklee and Bau studio in Greenfield, Massachusetts. The man has a long wiry beard and an intense expression. Advertising on the reverse of the cabinet card states that the Dunklee & Bau studio had won medals at a 1890 Greenfield exhibition. Charles Dunklee was born in Rockingham, Vermont in 1842. He served four years in Company I of the 4th Vermont Infantry during the civil war. He entered as a private and was mustered out as a private. He was the Vice President of his regiments veteran group according to an 1887 news article. In 1865 he married May C. Billings and they were married 54 years until her death. Dunklee's 90th birthday was marked in the Lewiston Daily Sun (1932). The article notes that he had photographic studios in Greenfield and Northfield, Mass. as well as Brattleboro, Vermont. This cabinet card was produced by Dunklee while in partnership with Charles Bau. The Bulletin of Photography (1914) notes that Bau had sold his studio in Brattleboro, Vermont in order to return to Greenfield to open a new photographic gallery. The article points out that Bau had left Greenfield just twelve years before. The aforementioned history tells us that this photograph was taken after 1890 and before 1902.

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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card features a portrait of a very pretty young girl dressed in fine clothing and holding a bouquet of flowers. Her hair is styled for her day at the photographer and she is wearing a hair bow. This exceptional portrait comes from the stu"

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PORTRAIT OF THE PRETTIEST YOUNG GIRL IN VIENNA, AUSTRIA

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germany

This cabinet card features a portrait of a very pretty young girl dressed in fine clothing and holding a bouquet of flowers. Her hair is styled for her day at the photographer and she is wearing a hair bow. This exceptional portrait comes from the studio of Heinrich Albrecht which was located in Vienna, Austria.

bmarshphd | December 31, 2014 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Heinrich Albrecht, Vienna | Categories: Austria, Children | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3LC

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bmarshphd posted: " In 1889, a teenage girl put on her fanciest dress and travelled to the E. L. Temple studio in Milford, Massachusetts to have her portrait taken. She looked pretty in her dress which featured a striped top with striped extensions hanging down over her "

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TEENAGE GIRL WEARING A PRETTY DRESS IN MILFORD, MASSACHUSETTS

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In 1889, a teenage girl put on her fanciest dress and travelled to the E. L. Temple studio in Milford, Massachusetts to have her portrait taken. She looked pretty in her dress which featured a striped top with striped extensions hanging down over her solid skirt. She was also wearing an unusual bow and a straw hat. The young lady certainly knew how to dress in such an attractive manner that people would notice. The reverse of this cabinet identifies the girl's first name as being "Addie" and provides her age as "19". The inscription also dates the photograph as being from 1889. The photographer of this image, E. L. Temple was the successor to Gould & Sears who formerly owned the photographic studio.

bmarshphd | December 30, 2014 at 12:21 pm | Tags: E. L. Temple, Milford | Categories: Women: Non Theatrical | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3Lw

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bmarshphd posted: "Amos Rheaume and his family pose for their portrait at the studio of W. G. Freeman in Keene, New Hampshire. Amos and his wife and three children comprise an attractive family. W. G. Freeman was a photographer in Keene between 1901 and 1905. At some point "

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AMOS RHEAUME AND FAMILY POSE FOR PORTRAIT IN KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE

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keane familyAmos Rheaume and his family pose for their portrait at the studio of W. G. Freeman in Keene, New Hampshire. Amos and his wife and three children comprise an attractive family. W. G. Freeman was a photographer in Keene between 1901 and 1905. At some point he moved his business to Bellow Falls, Vermont where he appears in city directories from at least 1910 through 1918.

 

bmarshphd | December 29, 2014 at 12:34 pm | Tags: Bellow Falls, Keene, New Hampshire, Vermont, W. G. Freeman | Categories: Families | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3Lr

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