Tag Archives: A. L. Pickett

Good Common Sense – Georgia’s Women in Photography

March has been an unusual month for me, with travel and computer and technical issues taking most of my time. Although I feel a bit like the baby above (Wah!), I did not want this month to pass without writing something about the women involved in Georgia photography, or at least give a nod to […]

Friday Faces – Siblings in the Photographer’s Studio

 Unidentified girl and little brother, carte de visite by J. W. Perkins, Augusta, Ga., ca. 1868; author’s collection [Click any image to enlarge] I thought it was time to show you more Georgia portraits by various photographers. The following are only some of the cartes de visite, cabinet cards, and other card photos from my collection […]