Tag Archives: Georgia

Fall into Tuesday Tips

There is definitely a touch of fall in the air, even here in the South. It is time to gather our information nuggets and store them to use after the holidays for our winter research hunts. More on Researching Photographers Working in the South Frances Benjamin Johnston’s Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South (CSAS), […]

A Military Mystery for Memorial Day

On this Memorial Day, I want to discuss a photograph made of members of the military, stationed in Atlanta, some of whom may or may not have lost their lives in service. This photograph is somewhat a Mystery to me, and because it is a Monday, and another Memorial Day, this seemed an opportune time […]

A Little R&R: Readers and Research, Women Photographers, part 2

March is Women’s History Month, but I did not even think about that as I finally prepared to post this second part of Readers and Research, Women Photographers. Part 1 was posted on 26 September, and that seems so long ago! I wrote a little about the Americus, Georgia photographer, Miss A. L. Pickett in two previous […]

Tuesday Tips: Wintertime Research Fun

The holidays are here and as the year comes to a close, if there is time for any research, it better be fun! Here are a few things that I have come across in the last month or so. Updates to Researching Photographers Working in the South As you pursue biographical information or images related to […]

A Little R&R – Readers & Research: Women Photographers, part 1

  You have read about women photographers on this blog before, particularly in my posts for Women’s History Month, Remember the Ladies (March 2016) and Good Common Sense (March 2015). This post is the first of two more on Georgia women photographers, the first one on some amateurs and the second, next month, on a professional. The […]

Studying, With Tuesday Tips

  There are are several good things on researching photographs and photographers that have come to my attention the past two months. I decided it was about time to share them. Photographic History – New Online Sources Sean William Nolan’s book titled Fixed in Time is a significant piece of research. I  was told about this publication […]

Eclipse! Grand Beyond Description, The Experience of a Lifetime

Everyone is talking about the total eclipse of the sun that will happen this year on August 21, which will be visible in the United States. It will pass through Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, and in the South — Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. In northeast Georgia, some areas […]