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"Mary", a photograph by Sarah Choate Sears

A Mexican Sarah Choate Sears (American, 1858–1935) Person in Photograph: Adolf de Meyer (American (born France), Paris 1868–1949 Los Angeles...

"Photography is a fad well-nigh on its last legs, thanks principally to the bicycle craze." --Alfred Stieglitz  (The Steerage, 1907)

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Sarah Choat Sears | Sarah Choate Sears

Her name was Jane Reece (1868-1961) and she was thirty-nine when she took the photograph at right that she called The Poinsettia Girl. A pictorialist photographer and possibly the first female professional photographer in the nation, Reece lived for most of her life in her native Ohio, although she spent some time in New York City, where she knew Alfred Stieglitz.

The strange and forgotten Edwardian sport of "stacking" for a photograph

Jacob Sutton ~ underwater photography (The Color Project 4-14-12)

Patti Smith

John Singer Sargent's Mrs. Joshua Montgomery Sears (Sarah Choate Sears)

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Jasper Johns. Photo: Hans Namuth

Thought-Provoking Photographs Of People Living Alone In The Wilderness, Bored Panda - photo: Danila Tkachenko

[70 yrs later, but CHASE SCENE! The narrow, twisting streets!] 1880-1890 Whitby Fisher People...Frank Sutcliffe

:::::::::: Vintage Photograph :::::::::: Wee Highland Dancer ~ Mima Cooper. Late 1930s in East Wemyss, Fife, Scotland

The progression of photographic formats in the 1800s. Nearly all consumer photographs in the 19th century were produced by one of these technologies.

The Wild Bunch, 1969

Childhood photograph of Agatha Christie

Florence Choate

Heinrich Kühn. Walter und Hans Kühn. 1907.

Rufus Choate 1855