Saturday, October 31, 2015

Finding Women in Civil War Photos



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Did you know there are women in the Civil War Photos?

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Save 25% on an Annual Membership Limited time. Did you know that you can find photos of women in Fold3's collections Civil War Photos and Brady Civil War Photos?
While it's true that these collections are composed predominately of photos of men, there are numerous photos of women if you know how to look. One way to look is by simply browsing, but as it can take quite some time to go through the collections photo by photo, a faster way is to search, limiting your results to the Civil War photo collections.
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bmarshphd posted: " An attractive couple make a birthday toast at a table in Luckenwalde, Germany. It is also possible that rather than a birthday, the pair may be sharing New Years Eve. Nevertheless, they are toasting with glasses of beer. Note the couple's party hats and"

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BEAUTIFUL COUPLE MAKING A BIRTHDAY TOAST IN LUCKENWALDE, GERMANY (VINTAGE PHOTO)

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An attractive couple make a birthday toast at a table in Luckenwalde, Germany. It is also possible that rather than a birthday, the pair may be sharing New Years Eve. Nevertheless, they are toasting with glasses of beer. Note the couple's party hats and the streamers hanging from the ceiling. An ashtray with cigarette butts sits on the middle of the table. Perhaps the most wonderful aspect of this photograph is the young woman's expression as she looks at the young man. Her eyes certainly speak, and they appear to be shouting words of love (or perhaps lust). An inscription on the reverse of the photograph indicates that the fellow in the photograph is named "Martin Hagen" and the picture was taken in 1958. The photo measures 4" x 2 3/4".
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bmarshphd | October 25, 2015 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Beer, Birthday, Germany, Luckenwalde, Martin Hagen, New Years Eve | Categories: German | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-4c7
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bmarshphd posted: " This vintage real photo postcard is truly unusual. The postcard features two male cooks manning a deep fryer. They are holding cooking utensils including spatulas. Note that they are wearing aprons that are so dirty that they were probably hoping that t"

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TWO MEN MANNING THE DEEP FRYER AND DOING SOME SERIOUS COOKING (VINTAGE REAL PHOTO POSTCARD)

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This vintage real photo postcard is truly unusual. The postcard features two male cooks manning a deep fryer. They are holding cooking utensils including spatulas. Note that they are wearing aprons that are so dirty that they were probably hoping that there would be no surprise visits from the health department department. Check out the broom leaning against the bricks to the left of the men.The previous owner of this postcard contends that the men in this image are cooking for a fish fry. That theory is likely accurate. The stamp box on this postcard indicates that is was produced between 1904 and 1920.
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bmarshphd | October 24, 2015 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Fish Fry, Fryer | Categories: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-4c2
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bmarshphd posted: " This cabinet card features a bride and groom and a couple from their wedding party. The brides gown is a bit unusual. One can find many dark colored wedding dresses but this one seems to be made from an unusual material. Perhaps someone can leave a co"

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THE WEDDING PARTY: TWO COUPLES IN MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA

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This cabinet card features a bride and groom and a couple from their wedding party. The brides gown is a bit unusual. One can find many dark colored wedding dresses but this one seems to be made from an unusual material. Perhaps someone can leave a comment that identifies the fabric. The bride is wearing a very long veil and is also wearing many flowers from her waist to the top of her dress. This photograph was taken by the Oswald Brother's Studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The studio was located at 1227 and 1229 Washington Avenue North from at least 1887 through 1895. Prior to that address, the Oswalds operated out of a gallery at 116 Thirteenth Avenue North. A later location was 1221 Washington Avenue North. Charles Otto Oswald (1859-1940) and Emil C. Oswald (1864-1944) were Swiss born.
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bmarshphd | October 23, 2015 at 11:18 pm | Tags: Wedding, bride, Minneapolis, Groom, Charles Otto Oswald, Emil Oswald | Categories: Wedding | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-4bO
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bmarshphd posted: " An adorable little boy poses alongside his little brother/sister at the Chicago Photo Company Studio. The children are looking at the photographer with apprehension. The unidentified children are nicely dressed. The Chicago Photo Company, not surprisi"

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PORTRAIT OF TWO SIBLINGS IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

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An adorable little boy poses alongside his little brother/sister at the Chicago Photo Company Studio. The children are looking at the photographer with apprehension. The unidentified children are nicely dressed. The Chicago Photo Company, not surprisingly, was located in Chicago, Illinois.
bmarshphd | October 21, 2015 at 12:00 pm | Tags: Chicago Photo Company | Categories: Children | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-4bG
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bmarshphd posted: " On November 11th, 1918, World War I came to an end. It was a joyous time and soldiers and sailors from all the fighting nations were able to return home to their loved ones. This real photo postcard provides a visual image of that time in history. We "

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IMAGE AND STORY: YOUNG SOLDIER COMES HOME FROM WORLD WAR I (VINTAGE REAL PHOTO POSTCARD)

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On November 11th, 1918, World War I came to an end. It was a joyous time and soldiers and sailors from all the fighting nations were able to return home to their loved ones. This real photo postcard provides a visual image of that time in history. We see two ships speeding home on a a rough ocean. The postcard shows an American soldier who is portrayed as being on one of these ships. Note the American flag in the background as well as the flags on each ship. This was truly a patriotic time. On the reverse of the postcard is a most interesting message. On 12/13/18, about a month after the war's end, Richard M. Daebelliehn (1889-1964) wrote a message to his wife. I will decipher it the best that I can as it is not totally legible. "Dear Wife, I will wire you just as soon as I hit USA and will have you meet me. You can be expecting a telegram from me". He signed his name and followed it with an alphabet soup of letters, "HQ (headquarters) M.O.R.S. (?) A. E. F. (American Expeditionary Force) France. It also appears that the word "Cook" appears before his name. Daebelliehn sent this postcard to his wife who was living in Davenport, Iowa. Research reveals that his wife's name was Grace Luttsia Anderson. The 1920 US census reports that the couple had two children, Dorothea (age 9), and Robert (age 7). The census, as well as many city directories, indicate that Richard was a butcher (meat cutter) for many years. In fact, he owned his own business. Knowing that Richard was a butcher before the war likely explains why he was a cook in the military. Richard and his family lived in Rock Island, Illinois at the time of the census. I wish I could say that after Richard was reunited with his family that they lived happily together for many years. However, Grace died in September of 1921 in Springfield, Illinois. Richard remarried (Margaret Daebelliehn) sometime before 1930. This postcard was produced by Furia, a French postcard company. The postcard certainly is a relic of history with an image on one side and a story on the other side.
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bmarshphd posted: " This beautiful carte de visite features a proud Austrian man wearing his nation's traditional clothing. The young gentleman looks quite dapper in his Tyrolean garb. This CDV was produced by the Carl Dubell Studio which was located in Vienna, Austria. "

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PORTRAIT OF AN AUSTRIAN MAN IN TYROLEAN GARB IN VIENNA, AUSTRIA (CDV WITH A THEATRICAL INSCRIPTION)

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This beautiful carte de visite features a proud Austrian man wearing his nation's traditional clothing. The young gentleman looks quite dapper in his Tyrolean garb. This CDV was produced by the Carl Dubell Studio which was located in Vienna, Austria. The photograph has an inscription on the reverse. The inscription is dated 1902 and according to the previous owner of this photograph, is taken from Friedrich von Schiller's (1759-1805) drama, "William Tell". The quote is translated as "But he, me thinks, is master of his craft. Who can at all times on his skill rely nor let his heart disturb or eye or hand." To view other photographs by Carl Dubell, click on the category "Photographer: Dubell".

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