Sit! Stay! More than a century ago - South African pet canines in front of the lens
Reimpresión en formato de gabinete del negativo de vidrio original - fotografía de William Roe - a través de Carol Hardijzer
A Man and His Dog, 1914
A real photo postcard of a man and his dog. I haven't been able to decipher the inscription on the front (except for the year), and there's no name, address, or postmark on the verso. Printed on the other side: "R. Guilleminot, Bœspflug et Cie. Paris." A photo of a dog or cat on a chair for the Vintage Photos Theme Park.
"Until the handkerchief of history covers us with its Times New Roman black and white post script..."This blog is a collection of vernacular photography and ephemera focused mainly within the curious and often misunderstood realm of 19th century America. I have a soft spot for all things silly, antiquated, macabre, and grotesque. The content is from a variety of collections; public, academic, and private. In addition, there's an occasional emphasis on Ulysses S Grant and the Civil War, as w
Barberry Kennels, Appleton Farms, Ipswich, Mass. Merry Christmas, 1945, from J.R., Jr. & Joan E. Appleton
Barberry Kennels, Appleton Farms, Ipswich, Mass. Merry Christmas, 1945, from J.R., Jr. & Joan E. Appleton - Digital Commonwealth