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Thursday, July 23, 2015

PIX FROM LA COMMUNE



Posted: 22 Jul 2015 09:00 PM PDT

The cast for episode #65:

Matthew E. Carter
Isaac Davidson
Brian Risselada
Max Slobodin
Tom Sutpen

This episode was recorded on July 16, 2015

Thursday, July 16, 2015

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Friday, July 10, 2015

PORTRAIT OF A PRETTY WOMAN IN VIENNA, AUSTRIA BY PROMINENT PHOTOGRAPHER JOSEPH LOWY

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This cabinet card photograph features a well dressed and pretty woman displaying a beautiful smile. She also has beautiful eyes. The woman is photographed by J.Lowy who operated a studio in Vienna, Austria. A notation on the reverse of the cabinet card (see image below) indicates that the photograph was taken in 1904. The former owner of this vintage image contends that the woman in the photograph was an actress. I can not confirm that she was a stage performer but it certainly would not be surprising. The photographer of this wonderful portrait was Joseph Lowy (1834-1902). Lowy was a very prominent and talented Vienna photographer who was active in the city between the 1870's and early 1900's. A book of Lowy's photographs (published in 1897) can be found on "Abe Books" at a price over three thousand dollars. Lowy was an Austrian. He was trained as a lithographer and received an artistic education at the Vienna Academy. He entered the field of photography in 1861 and was a regular exhibitor in photographic salons beginning in 1864. He won medals in the 1873 Vienna World Exhibition and became an official photographer to the Austrian Court. Lowy had varied interests in photography. He did royal portraits and also photographed industrial sites. He photographed many theatre and opera stars. Upon Lowy's death, his wife (Mathilde) took over operation of the studio until 1908. She was succeeded by Lowy's nephew, Gustav Lowy who renamed the studio, calling it "Art Institute J. Lowy".

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bmarshphd | July 10, 2015 at 8:16 pm | Tags: actress, Austria, Lowy, Vienna | Categories: Actresses, Austria, Photographer: Lowy | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-40O

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Thursday, July 9, 2015

PORTRAIT OF A FASHIONABLE WOMAN AND HER HUSBAND IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

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A lovely couple pose for their portrait at the Johnson & Company studio in Chicago, Illinois. The most notable feature of this image is the fashionability of the young woman. Her dress is attractive and relatively unusual relative to dresses seen in most cabinet card images. She is also very well accessorized. Note her jewelry which includes a ring, necklace, and earrings. She is also wearing fingerless gloves. She is a Chicagoan and must have taken advantage of the good shopping there. She also appears to have had good clothes sense. Her husband is dressed formally but clearly not trying to draw attention to himself via his clothing. Johnson & Company was operating in Chicago at least between 1886 and 1895. The proprietor was J. Scott Johnson who was born in Ohio in 1860 and moved to Chicago in 1882. Johnson placed an ad in "The Photographic Times (1908)" which listed his studio for sale due to his desire to retire. The ad noted that the studio was in the heart of Chicago's business district and was "a gold mine for a hustler". In listing the price of the studio, Johnson wrote that he would sell it as a "sacrifice at $1500.00".

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Thursday, July 2, 2015

PORTRAIT OF A FAMILY IN WATTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

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This vintage photograph features a family of six dressed in their finest clothing. The family portrait includes a couple and their two teenage daughters and one teenage and one young adult son. This photograph was taken at the C. A. McDannell's studio in Wattsburg, Pennsylvania. The photo below shows McDannell's house. His studio was on the top floor. The picture was taken during one of the town's multiple floods which occurred between 1892 and 1909. Charles A. McDannell (1859-1944) was born and died in Erie County, Pennsylvania. He was married to Jennie Barry. He is buried in Wattsburg Cemetery. The 1900 US census lists McDannell and his 17 year-old son Clyde as photographers. The 1910 US census also lists Charles as a photographer. However, the 1920 and 1930 US census reveals that he had become a postmaster. Wattsburg-tanner.Weebly.com provides a bit of biographical information about McDannell. In addition, the site displays some of his photographs. It is noted that Charles liked taking outdoor photographs. He special interest in photographing country life and children. "Photographic Times" (1888) praises a few of his photographs and the "Bulletin of Photography" (1912) reports that he was on the executive committee of the Professional Photographers Society of Pennsylvania. Inscribed on the reverse of this photograph is a family name. I have been unable to search the name due to legibility problems. Any assistance would be appreciated in deciphering the name.

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bmarshphd | July 2, 2015 at 12:07 pm | Tags: Charles McDannell, Jennie Barry, Pennsylvania, Wattsburg | Categories: Families | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-40j

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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

PORTRAIT OF A PRETTY AND FASHIONABLE YOUNG WOMAN IN LEWISTON, MAINE

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The woman in this vintage photograph is both beautiful and well dressed. She exhibits an engaging smile as she poses for her portrait at the studio of H. Larocque in Lewiston, Maine. She is wearing a high collared dress and holding flowers in her lap. She is likely wearing a corset judging by her tiny waist. The photographer of this image is Henri Larocque (1859-1922). He was born in Quebec and died in Lewiston. He was married to Mary Hinse Larocque (1867-1956).Henri is listed in city directories as a photographer at least as early as 1887. The 1920 US census also lists him as a photographer along with his son George (age 33) and daughter Emmilene (age 31). Henri and his wife are buried in St. Peter's Cemetery in Lewiston.

 

 

bmarshphd | July 1, 2015 at 11:55 am | Tags: Henri Larocque, Larocque, Lewiston, Maine, Mary Larocque | Categories: Women: Non Theatrical | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-40c

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