In today’s episode, we’re going to meet Mrs. M. Gainsford, a woman who was not only a successful photographer, but also an early entrepreneur and Kansas pioneer starting in the early 1870s.
There’s been an unexpected delay in getting the next Photographs, Pistols & Parasols episode together. So it won’t be posted today, August 15, as previously scheduled. But look for it no later than August 19.
In today’s episode, we’re going to meet Delia B. Rich Miracle, a successful photographer from Emporia, Kansas in the late 1800s who had an intriguing encounter with a woman who became notorious as the black widow of Kansas.
In today’s episode, we discover the incredible story of the photographer Mrs. F.M. Hurd, and what happened to her after she closed her studio in Great Bend, Kansas.
In today’s episode, it’s part 2 of my conversation with Sarah Weatherwax from The Library Company of Philadelphia as we continue our discussion about the wonderful early 20th century photographer, Gertrude Saÿen of Philadelphia.
In today’s episode, Sarah Weatherwax, Curator of Prints and Photographs from The Library Company in Philadelphia, introduces us to Gertrude Sayen, an early 20th century artisan photographer who specialized in artistic portraits of children.
In today’s episode, we’re going to try to untangle some narrative threads as we meet Addie Libby Rundle, a prolific and talented photographer from Spokane, Washington in the early 20th century.
In today’s episode, we have part 2 of the Peasley saga, a look at the life and career of Alda Burke Peasely Jordan.
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.