Saturday, August 30, 2014

BOY WITH A BOAT, BESSIE WITH A BIG HAT and YES TICKEE!




bmarshphd posted: "This cabinet card features a well dressed young boy and his toy sail boat. One can imagine the boy playing with this realistic looking model boat in a local pond or lake. The boy his wearing a bow tie and a happy expression The reverse of this photograph "

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A BOY AND HIS TOY BOAT IN BAYSWATER, ENGLAND

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This cabinet card features a well dressed young boy and his toy sail boat. One can imagine the boy playing with this realistic looking model boat in a local pond or lake. The boy his wearing a bow tie and a happy expression The reverse of this photograph has advertising for the photographer, Thomas Fall. His studio was located at "10 Wellington Terrace, (opposite Kensington Palace Gardens), Bayswater W". Thomas Fall (1833-1900) started as a lithographer and later worked as chief photographer for the famed English photographic gallery, Elliot and Fry. He began at that prestigious firm in 1867 and worked there for seven years. Click on the category "Photographer: Elliot and Fry" to view some of the firms images. He married Sarah Maria Farmer in 1863 and the couple had six children. Fall was a well known photographer, photographed royalty, and was London's leading canine photographer.
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bmarshphd posted: "A young Asian man poses for his portrait in this cabinet card portrait from the Moloney studio in Boston, Massachusetts. The reverse of the photograph has an inscription identifying the subject as Yee Hock. American images of Asians are uncommon. This gen"

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PORTRAIT OF AN ASIAN YOUNG MAN IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

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ASIAN_0004A young Asian man poses for his portrait in this cabinet card portrait from the Moloney studio in Boston, Massachusetts. The reverse of the photograph has an inscription identifying the subject as Yee Hock. American images of Asians are uncommon. This gentleman is wearing ethnic clothing. The 1892 and 1912 Boston Almanac and Business Directory lists M. J. Moloney as being a photographer at the 22 Hanover address printed on this photograph. Another source reported that Moloney served the Boston area as a photographer for over twenty years.
bmarshphd | August 21, 2014 at 2:30 pm | Tags: Boston | Categories: Asian Ethnicity | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3F4
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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card portrait features a young girl wearing a big hat. She is very cute. She is also wearing a big bow. The portrait of this child was taken at the studio of A. Hinkel & Son in Warrensburg, Missouri. Inscribed on the verso of this pho"

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NINE YEAR OLD BESSIE STRODES AND HER BIG HAT IN WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI

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This cabinet card portrait features a young girl wearing a big hat. She is very cute. She is also wearing a big bow. The portrait of this child was taken at the studio of A. Hinkel & Son in Warrensburg, Missouri. Inscribed on the verso of this photograph is the girls name and age, "Bessie Strodes Aged 9 years". Preliminary research did not find find much information about little Miss Strodes. The 1910 US census listed a Bessie Strodes that resided in Kansas, Missouri (58 miles from Warrensburg). She was born in 1894 and at the time of the census was a sixteen year-old lodger working as a saleslady in a drug store. No information was located concerning the photographer, A. Hinkel.
bmarshphd | August 18, 2014 at 8:21 pm | Tags: Bessie Strodes, Hinkel, Strodes, Warrensburg | Categories: Children, Hats | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-3ES
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