Chris and I made a fun discovery this weekend. In sorting through boxes of old family memorabilia, we came across a an old small metal frame with two 19th century family photos. I remember seeing […]
For a variety of reasons, I’m going to retire the the Facebook Photograph, Pistols & Parasols page.
In today’s special announcement, it’s all about celebrating the publication of magazine article my husband, Chris, and I wrote about Miss C Smith, a talented woman and photographer from Lowell, Mass.
In today’s episode, we begin a journey with a photographer named Ollie Monroe.
In today’s episode, we meet Miss Salle E. Garrity of Chicago – and beyond.
In today’s episode, we meet the Chicago photographer Mabel Sykes, who was the favorite photographer of a rather famous silent movie star.
In today’s episode, we discover the remarkable accomplishments of Lydia J. Cadwell.
In today’s episode we celebrate the life of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Mater-Smith, a successful – and resourceful! — photographer in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
In today’s May 1st episode we celebrate a photographer who was a driving force behind a photographers’ labor union in Seattle in 1918.
In today’s episode we meet a mother-daughter paid who both worked as early women photographers, but who probably never worked together.