In today’s episode, our quest to bring into focus the family history of the photographers behind the Peasleys Studio in Medford Orgeon uncovers many marriages, minor mysteries and even a possible murder.
In today’s episode we’re on a hunt where one photo leads to more than one story, as well as a continued appreciation of the prowess of Peter Palmquist.
In today’s episode we’ll learn who the photographers were for all the photos I included in my March 8, 2019 montage in honor of International Women’s Day.
Today we explore 6 years in the lives of Glenn F. and Beatrice Porter, photographers circa 1900 in Ritzville, Washington.
Due to a family emergency, the next episode of Photographs, Pistols & Parasols is delayed until March 15th.
Today we explore the mysteries surrounding the lives, deaths, and lawsuits connected to the married photographers Nils and Alexia Halvorsen.
Today is a preview of a new feature coming to the podcast in 2019: “Fun Finds”, where we’ll get to see some special photographic finds.
Today we pay a virtual visit to the American Historical Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting, as I give you a taste of my paper from that conference, which is all about nuances found in the multi-threaded narratives of early women artisan photographers.
In today’s episode, it’s all about travel … including a bit more about the 19th Century traveling photograph studios known as Photo Cars.
In today’s episode, we’re in Brooklyn, E.D. in the 1860s, on the trail of the talented – and tantalizingly obscure – Mrs. Lydia A. Hicks.