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.
In today’s episode, we’re still in Lawrence, Kansas, looking at the extraordinary lives of another talented family of photographers. The stories we’ll discover about the Shane family include tales of triumph, tragedy … and murder.
Today’s episode is just a quick announcement that due to continuing logistical issues, Photographs, Pistols & Parasols will now be on hiatus until December 1st.
Today’s episode is just a quick announcement that due to unforeseen logistical issues, Photographs, Pistols & Parasols will be on hiatus until October 1st.
In today’s episode, our connections take us to Lawrence, Kansas, where we will encounter mystery, tragedy, and a photographic dynasty.
In today’s start to Season Three, we’ll meet several early women photographers in Colorado and learn how their lives and careers connect them not only to each other, but also to several other interesting people.
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.