In today’s episode we’ll learn more about Mary and Margaret Snodgrass, the two Snodgrass sisters who ran the Snodgrass Picture Shop in Caldwell, Idaho from 1919 – 1939.
In today’s episode we’ll meet Mary Snodgrass, a woman who ran photography studios in the early 1900s in both Iowa and Idaho, partnering at first with her brother, and then later with each of her two sisters.
In today’s episode we’re following in the footsteps of early artisan photographer Belle B. Chase, as her 50+ year career takes her across the U.S. and around the world.
In today’s episode we’re going to meet Rosa Vreeland, the “more than ordinarily successful” early artisan photographer and photographic entrepreneur.
Today we’re back in Blue Rapids, Kansas with photographer (Edith) Daisy Roche, her sister Emma, and a number of their fellow photographers circa 1903-1950s.
Today we explore the life stories of some of the 18(!) women photographers who were active as professional photographers in the tiny town of Blue Rapids, Kansas as early as 1893.
Today we have a tale of a successful photographer whose story unexpectedly involves a bit of larceny and deceit through her encounter with a mystery man.
Today we’ll encounter misfortune, mystery, and a dash of serendipity as we learn more about some of the people mentioned in passing in the Eva B. Strayer episode.
In today’s episode we travel to meet Miss Eva B. Strayer, a photographer who was (mostly) based in Huntington, Indiana.
In today’s episode we take quick look at more early women photographers from Lowell, MA, and explore how those women’s experiences are a microcosm of the multi-threaded narratives found in the stories of early women photographers in general.