He was born in DeRuyter, Madison County, New York. Hewitts: Hewitt's, Gurney Block, Broadway, Salem Ohio, Columbiana County. He is listed as dying in August of 1927 in undocumented records, although we cannot confirm this. Also, the studio did not move to 1047-1051 Grand until 1901. The cabinet card to the left must have been finished between 1887 and 1917.
Brucker, George Brucker Cabinet Card Photo. Print Pages shown placed in our top-of-the-line Collector Grade Binder, which is available in 4 colors and with or without a slipcase. Where did they get their name? The coins were added to this scan to provide a sense of just how small this image really is. His name is seen as William R. Was Pioneer in Amusements and Built Glen Echo Park. See his work , and. Potter, Rex: Rex Potter, New Berlin, New York, Chenango County.
It appears he sold his business and became a postmaster, age 66. Search this guide by keywords or phrase: To search as a phrase, surround your terms in quotes. With the inclusion of a scant few middle initials, wives names and some other clues, it was finally sorted which Frank did what. Entrekin or William Guthrie Entrekin 1832-1903, also seen spelled at Entriken, Entreken. Mink only a short time ending in 1885. Philadelphia known to be photographer Washington Lafayette Germon, Washington L.
If your ancestors are in one of our high school or college yearbooks, we can send you copies of their photo or listing, but we also send copies of the school calendar, general interest photos of the school and classmates, and there is usually a section with jokes or corny stories. His 2nd wife was Lucille Franks or Franco 1898—1958, born in Portugal. Son of Issac Farnham 1805—1859 and married to Alice M. Or you can write to your town hall and the historical society. In the decade before 1900, the number and variety of card photograph styles expanded in response to declining sales. Clark 1844-1910, who emigrated to America in 1883.
Although some cabinet cards depicting landscapes can be found, most featured Victorian-era portraits of individuals or families—it. Most of these items range from 50 to over 125 years old. In the summer of 1882 Mr. Andrew married Imogene Stark Yoost. Adams Aldrick Lovell Adams 1863-1940, also known as Aldrich L. We believe Christopher Sharp was the son of John C.
W Kimball or Alonzo W. New photographs will be listed under the name of the photographer or studio in the Detailed Description of the Collection below, but numbered with the next number in the sequence and filed in the last box of the collection. He documented many local Maine scenes with his work in. The Wybrant studio seems to go inactive after 1913. Find-A-Grave website and city directories This cabinet card must have been finished between 1889 and 1918. Bretz, Artist, Newville, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
Photographs include individual and group portraits of men, women, and children. He was an apprentice in the 1850's under photographer Elijah R. Pach: Pach, 841 Broadway, Cor. Most often a found photograph is of unknown people by an unknown photographer. His sister was Emma Sheldon Steinbrook 1844—1921.
He married Annie Francis Palmer Shaw 1852—1931 of Albion, Kennebec, Maine. Conant, or Charles Bean Conant 1839-1920's. . His birth is listed in the 1835-1840 range in records. His studio was in the Empire Block on Center Street in Conneautville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. The type of card stock or whether it had right-angled or rounded corners can often help to determine the date of the photograph to as close as five years.
Sometimes he worked out of his home, other times he had a separate studio. James Sanderson See his work Sketch Photo Co: The Sketch Photo Co. Anschutz, Keokuk, Lee County, Iowa 5 x 7 inch 1890's Dry Mount photo. Wilson 1840-1898 and Samuel P. This Royal Studio photo has a full ornate photographer's backmark with fancy Victorian calligraphy and script, and highest award seals for prizes won in the 1890 Massachusetts 17th expo of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association. Dunshee at 30 Purchase St in the 1850's.