Photographers with Cameras

A23.

La Photographie de Satan.

20010.

On the Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge, New York.

40001.

Blanch Starr and Highland Park, 1896. Blanch was the daughter of the photographer A.M. Starr of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

40022.

Umbrella Rock on Point.  Royan M. Linn at right; photo shack at left; shadow of photographer in foreground.

40025.

Umbrella Rock, Lookout Mt., Tenn. Shadow of photographer can be seen in the foreground.

40042.

Baker Estate, Wellesley, Mass.

40043.

Fort William Henry, Lake George, NY.

40044.

Spherical Mirror Estate of Judge Tilly, Princeton, NJ.

40048.

Spherical Mirror Estate of Judge Tilly, Princeton, NJ.

40054.

The Young Photographer.

40060.

Photographer with camera, stereo camera, bottle with funnel, and photographs in studio. Image is pseudoscopic.

40061.

Photographer with camera, stereo camera, bottle with funnel, and photographs in studio. Image is pseudoscopic.

40062.

Photo studio interior.

40063.

Photo studio interior.

40067.

Photographer at work.

40068.

Photo studio interior with photographer.

40071.

Woodwards Painter. Photo studio interior.

40078.

Photographer with his camera.

40080.

674. Rural Photograph Gallery on the Hudson. Pell’s Photo Gallery.

40095.

Unidentified woman photographer.

40096.

Mammoth Cave Views. No. 4. Out for the Last Time. This is a picture of the gentlemen who conceived and executed the project of Photographing the cave, with the reflectors &c, used.

40097.

Unidentified photographer with his camera.

40098.

Unidentified photographer with camera.

40099.

773. Glastonbury Abbey. Unidentified photographers with cameras.

40100.

Unidentified photographer with cameras and equipment.

40101.

Unidentified photographers with cameras.

40106.

Art in ’60–Your Likeness & A Shave, 6d.

40150.

A Corner of the “Den.” Photographer’s studio. Camera on floor, stereoviewer on table.

40151.

The Man sitting is Wm. “Bill” Faster. Do no know the other man. Photographer taking a portrait.

40152.

Interior of Jacoby’s studio, Minneapolis.

40153.

183. J.G. Vail’s Photograph Gallery, Skylight Room. Written on back is “Ja’s & Nettie Vail.” This is the photographer and his wife.

40171.

Photographer seated with CDV camera on table by his side.

40173.

1620. Helena from the south. F. Jay Haynes with his camera.

40178.

Self-Portrait by W.V. Lane, Camden, Maine.

40179.

Self-portrait with huge camera from the studio of McFarlin & Speck’s Studio, Elmira, NY.

40191.

49. A dangerous position-H.C. White Co. Photographer working on column of new building, 250 feet above ground, New York.

40207.

8288. Looking N. up Fifth Ave. past Flatiron Bldg. and Madison Sq., New York. The man on the girder is identified as Horace Dade Ashton. In The Spirit of Villarosa: A Father’s Extraordinary Adventures; A Son’s Challenge by Horace Ashton and Marc Ashton, a biography of Horace Dade Ashton by his sons, it is stated that “My favorite Horace Ashton photograph hangs on the wall in my home. It is the famous black-and-white self-portrait he took from the top of the Woolworth Building in Manhattan. In the picture I have, he is sitting on the girder high above the city. The photograph is my favorite for a number of reasons, certainly because it is a wonderful example of classic American art of the twentieth century, but mostly because it is so typical of Dad. I’m sure he enjoyed the thrill of it all that day.” In this quote the image is referred to as a “self-portrait” which would mean Horace Dade Ashton is both the subject and the photographer.

40228.

Mr. H.C. White taking Pictures, Winston Salem N. Carolina. Anna Lavins, Myrtle Mattison Warner, Lizzie Shehan, Nellie Mattison, Billy Tompkins, Murphy Road. H.C. White Co.

40233.

Salsbury’s Troubadours. W.E. Bowman and his camera at top.

40237.

Self-portrait of photographer with camera.

40238.

Self-portrait of Hall, photographer, with camera.

40239.

Self-portrait of photographer with camera.

40240.

Self-portrait of photographer with camera.

40241.

Ernest Loomis, the photographer’s son, coming out of a Roberts daguerreotype camera.

40248.

Photographers Harley & Nason with camera and image of Abraham Lincoln.

40250.

Photographer with daguerreotype camera.

40251.

Photographer with multiple cameras, chemicals, equipment, and images.

40252.

Photographer with camera.

40265.

Photographer with his camera.

40267.

103. Doremus’ fleet at Wabasha, Minn. The largest boat is Doremus’ Photographic Gallery with a huge camera model on top at the front. The next main boat is the Photographic Printing Gallery with sun printing going on with workers behind the counter. There is a small rowboat named “Lady Annie.” A camera on tripod stands in the foreground.

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