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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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Thursday, April 23, 2015

DANDY WITH BIG HAIR IN MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT

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bmarshphd posted: " The handsome man in this cabinet card portrait is well dressed and well groomed. He has a terrific mustache and big hair. His striped tie is quite lovely but quite loud and he may be in danger of being ticketed by the fashion police for wearing a stri"
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A DANDY WITH BIG HAIR IN MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT

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The handsome man in this cabinet card portrait is well dressed and well groomed. He has a terrific mustache and big hair. His striped tie is quite lovely but quite loud and he may be in danger of being ticketed by the fashion police for wearing a striped tie with a plaid jacket. Gideon H. Appelquest (1859-1902) immigrated from Sweden in 1876 and settled in Middletown. He was a photographer in the town from the 1880's until about the time of his death. His wife Emily, took over the studio after Gideon's death and operated it for another two years. The couple had two children; Jerome (born 1888) and Alva or Olga (born 1891). To view more photographs from this studio, click on the category "Photographer: Appelquest".

bmarshphd | April 23, 2015 at 8:18 pm | Tags: Appelquest, Middletown | Categories: Photographer: Appelquest | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3Vq

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Making Ordinaty Look Extrodinary

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Sunday, April 19, 2015

PRETTY WOMAN WEARING A FEATHERED HAT IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

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bmarshphd posted: " A pretty well dressed young woman poses for her portrait at the Anderson studio in San Francisco, California. She is wearing a beautiful dress with a large bow and a feathered hat sits atop her head. She is also wearing what appears to be diamond earr"
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PRETTY WOMAN WEARING A FEATHERED HAT IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

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A pretty well dressed young woman poses for her portrait at the Anderson studio in San Francisco, California. She is wearing a beautiful dress with a large bow and a feathered hat sits atop her head. She is also wearing what appears to be diamond earrings and a collar pin. I would guess, and it's only a guess,  that the woman in this photograph is an actress. The woman's beauty, attire, and poise leads me to hypothesize her theatrical background. Perhaps a visitor to the cabinet card gallery will recognize her and be able to provide the rest of us with her identity. The photographer of this image is Hugh S. Anderson. He was born in Scotland sometime between 1820 and 1828.  Anderson was a California photographer who operated studios in Eureka (1858-1865), Hydesville (1859-1860), San Francisco (1866-c1895), and Petaluma (1875). The Valencia Street studio that produced this photograph operated between 1879 and 1884.

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Thursday, April 16, 2015

GIRL IN TYROLEAN COSTUME WITH MANDOLIN IN BECKENHAM, ENGLAND

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bmarshphd posted: " This exceptional cabinet card portrait features a young girl wearing a Tyrolean costume and playing a mandolin. She looks absolutely adorable. The photograph comes from photographer F Valery who operated a studio in Beckenham, England. When Frederick "
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This exceptional cabinet card portrait features a young girl wearing a Tyrolean costume and playing a mandolin. She looks absolutely adorable. The photograph comes from photographer F Valery who operated a studio in Beckenham, England. When Frederick Valery went home to his wife and family, he was no longer Frederick Valery. Instead he became James Frederick Lowrie. Apparently, Frederick Valery was Lowrie's "nom de camera". Lowrie was born in London in 1853. He was married to Millie (1855-?) and the couple had two sons and one daughter. Lowrie was a photographer from at least 1901 through 1907. The British Journal of Photography (1906) reported the "sudden death" of Mr. Lowrie. He had two studios, one in Beckenham, and the second one in Bromley. The journal states that Lowrie "dropped dead" while photographing a girl in his Bromley studio. He was 53 years old at the time of his death. His cause of death was heart disease. If this image is typical of his work, Lowrie certainly was a gifted photographer.

bmarshphd | April 16, 2015 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Beckenham, Bromley, Frederick Valery, James Frederick Lowrie, Tyrolean | Categories: British, Children | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3V5

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

ADORABLE YOUNG GIRL IN GATESHEAD, ENGLAND

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PORTRAIT OF AN ADORABLE YOUNG GIRL IN GATESHEAD, ENGLAND

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The young girl in this cabinet card photograph looks absolutely adorable in her lace dress and cute hat. She is holding a fan and wearing a paper garland of flowers. This sweet child was photographed by George Frank who's studio was located in Gateshead, England. An image of the reverse of this cabinet card can be found below. This is an excellent example of some of the better advertising employed by photographers to symbolize their artistry.

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bmarshphd | April 14, 2015 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Gateshead, George Frank | Categories: Children, Hats | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3UQ

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Monday, April 13, 2015

PRETTY YOUNG WOMAN PHOTOGRAPHED BY CELEBRITY PHOTOGRAPHER J. K. STEVENS IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

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Celebrity photographer John Kimball Stevens photographed this pretty young woman in his studio located in the McVickers Theatre Building in Chicago, Illinois. The woman is wearing a high collar dress with an accompanying collar pin. She has a serious but unfocused expression. To view more of Stevens images and to learn more about him, click on the category "Photographer: Stevens". This photograph measures approximately 8 1/4" x 3 1/4"; not a standard cabinet card sized photograph.

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Sunday, April 12, 2015

ADORABLE LITTLE GIRL STANDING ON A CHAIR IN MACON, MISSOURI

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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card features a most adorable little girl dressed in a long white gown and standing on a chair. This cutie pie is quite expressive. Is she joyful or is she fearful? I opt for joyful. The photographer, Manton M. Patterson, is cited in the "
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This cabinet card features a most adorable little girl dressed in a long white gown and standing on a chair. This cutie pie is quite expressive. Is she joyful or is she fearful? I opt for joyful. The photographer, Manton M. Patterson, is cited in the St. Louis and Canadian Photographer (1900). A short biography of Mr. Patterson appears in the History of Adair County (1911). Patterson was born in Logan County, Illinois in 1868. At age 6 he moved to Macon County with his family. At age 14 his father died and in order to maintain himself he went to work for a Macon gallery where he learned the photography business. Like many photographers, his work caused him to move from place to place. He operated studios in Missouri (Macon, Memphis, St. Louis, and Kirksville). He also conducted business in Iowa (Iowa City). Patterson was married to Rebecca Ely in 1899.

bmarshphd | April 12, 2015 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Kirksville, Macon, Manton Patterson, Memphis, Rebecca Ely, St. Louis | Categories: Children | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3UI

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