|Stereographs project |
Tyrone, PA, US
[7-9] *"Publisher & Photographer"; "Publisher";
"Stereoscopic Views American & Foreign Scenery",
"Copyrighted 1890 by ...; "Southern Scenery
Illustrated"; most views seen are on buff curved
mts. Most famous for his common 50+ series on
89 Johnstown flood; also pub. AZ, FL, CA views
(only 3 known, but #s to 106), some with imprint
of E.A & R.K. Bonine, but negs. by E.A. Bonine;
CO city/country scy., most look orig.; Boston,
NYC & AZ views scarce; pub. various stereos
incl. FL under imprint of "Globe Photo Art
Company", 90's; also made scarce PA scy. on
CDVs/cabs. Pub. "Art Series" with #s to 124,
"...for the admirers of fine art..."; all seen
are of nude women in statuary or paintings such
as "The White Slave Market", "Venus Callipygia",
& "A Turkish Harem". Issued rare but fine and
comprehensive series [at least 8] of buffalo
hunting, photog. unk. E.A., A.F. & R.K. Bonine unk., but likely related.
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the United States of America, (National Stereoscopic Association)
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