Tag Archives: Georgia

Tips for Dog Days’ End

The Dog Days of Summer are ending but that is not too noticeable in my part of Georgia, where it’s still hot and muggy, which often leads to wet! Time to share some good Tips I have collected over the summer. Some pertain to Georgia, and some to other parts of the South, so count […]

Georgia’s Military Veteran Photographers

This seems a good time for me to share some interesting news accounts I’ve come across in the recent past related to veterans of the Civil War. Those articles brought to mind other information I’ve gathered on Georgia’s photographers. News articles that pertained to photographers as Confederate veterans, particularly to those photographers disabled in the […]

Tips for the Holidays, and After

Greetings of the Season to all of my readers! Although my lead image is not a photograph, you may notice that Santa has photographs (which are drawn) on his walls, as well as volumes of thank you notes. Those are all the photos of and notes from the dignitaries and famous folks who love him. […]

A Veterans Day Question: Where Was Camp Gordon, Georgia?

On this Veterans Day 2020, I’m posing a question often asked by anyone doing family or military history. Where exactly was Camp Gordon located in Georgia? Well, that depends on during which war your “Camp Gordon” relative or subject was stationed. Both locations were named for Confederate Lieutenant General John Brown Gordon. During the WWI-era, […]

Happy Ghostly Halloween!

Ghosts…… I like ghosts. One of my favorite childhood cartoons was “Casper, the Friendly Ghost.” Who could not love a friendly ghost? When it comes to Georgia photographers, some of them believed in ghosts and spirits, or the persons being photographed did, and in some cases, the newspapers reporting their existence did, or knew a […]

Will the Real Photographer Fowler Please Fly Up?

Every so often I am researching a Georgia photographer by one name but find another person, and then I realize that there are several others by that surname in my database, so which one is the one I just discovered? I’ve written before about the Adams “family” of photographers, and now I will tell you […]

So Many Photographers, So Little Time!

Summertime Tuesday tips and More More and more early Georgia photographers have made themselves known to me recently. I have made so many additions and changes to my “Early Georgia Photographers, 1841-1861: a Biographical Checklist” this month! Whenever I feel there is not much more to find, bingo! Maybe it is happening because I am […]

Some More R&R with Readers & Research

As has happened in the past, in the last several months I’ve heard from regular readers as well as those who have found my blog via a search on a particular name. Much of what these readers have told me is valuble information that I did not have. I’d like to share with you only […]

Spring Forward, Tuesday Tips!

Welcome to yet another time change! All kinds of new research sources related to photographers or researching photographers were recently announced. In addition, some older sources have been better described. Although we’ve lost an hour, we can all have fun with these, as well as learn – so peruse – and use! Miscellaneous Images – […]

Pointing the Way to Tuesday Tips

In this season between autumn and winter, it is a good time to share some recent items I’ve discovered or rediscovered that are helpful in our hunting and gathering of all that information for those myriad research projects. New, or added materials to websites for Researching Photographers Working in the South: The Arkansas Digital Ark-ives from the Arkansas […]