Photo Wagons

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Artists at Work, Prospect Park, Brooklyn. I believe the man at right is W.E. James. An assistant can be seen working, leaning in the back of the dark wagon.

40045.

Photo wagon of W.H. Leeson, View Photographer is at right.

40086.

W.H. Sipperly’s Photo Wagon, Mechanicsville, NY.

40091.

E.G. Carleton’s photographic dark wagon and equipment in foreground.

40092.

Sam Cooleys Photographs Staff, Beaufort, S.C. Cooley’s Photo Wagon.

40119.

Briggs-The Artist. Photo wagon of the New England View Co.

40121.

Photo wagon of J. Hall, Landscape & Portrait Photographer, Gallery, Main Street, Gt. Barrington.

40122.

Photo wagon of C.A. Palmer, Landscape Photographer, Newburgh.

40123.

Photo wagon of A.D. Stark. Views Made of Residences and Public Buildings. Merrimack Square, Manchester, NH.

40124.

Photo wagon of G.H. Nickerson. Nickerson’s Cape Cod Views. Old Pictures Copied.

40125.

Photo wagon of Frank Leslie’s Newspaper.

40126.

Barnard’s Photograph Gallery Van, Charleston S.C.

40127.

Views at Old Orchard Beach. Views Made to Order.

40128.

Photo van of J.A. French. Portrait and Landscape Photographer.

40129.

Photo van of Hall Bros. Landscape Photography.

40130.

City of Pensacola. Photo van of the Southern Photographic Association.

40137.

102. Second Reformed Church, Kingston, NY. Photographic van of Auchmoody at lower left.

40143.

Photo van of the American Photograph Company.

40145.

Photo wagon of Mote & Swaine, Portrait & Landscape Photographers, Richmond, Ind.

40146.

Photo wagon of A.E. Hotchkiss. Hotchkiss Views & Life Size Pictures. Cigar store Indian at right.

40147.

The Penryn Slate Co. Quarries on the west hill across the slateyard & Middle Granville-Raceway Rd. (1880). Photo wagon of B.C. Kinney in lower left.

40172.

Photo wagon of Joslin & Phillips, at the depot, Danville, IL.

40184.

Floating Bridge. View of Proctor’s Photographic Van on bridge. Proctor was awarded Patent Number 83,545 in 1868 for a photographic room. The room was designed in the shape of an elongated oval, which reflected light toward the center of the room. The room was lighted artificially through a magnesium flame. Photographs could be taken with a 15 second exposure, day or night. Proctor was murdered by his wife: Salem, Mass., Feb 2. — The police this afternoon arrested Mrs. Proctor for the murder of her husband, George K. Proctor, on July 27, 1882, on a capias, the Grand Jury having found an indictment. Mr. Proctor was found unconscious in his cellar, and it was at first thought to be paralysis, but an autopsy showed that he had a bullet in his brain. Detectives have worked on the case since, resulting in this arrest.

40274.

Views of the Great West. Utah Series. Cactus Study. Desert South of St. George, Southern Utah. Photographers and photo wagon in center background.

40287.

Hockanum Ferry Boat (wood burning). The traveling photo wagon of Houghton and Knowlton sits on the boat.

40287.

Enlargement of the photo wagon in the above view.

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