Tag Archives: newspapers

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), […]

Wordless Wednesday for Newspaper Photographers

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 […]

Springtime Tuesday Tips

Happy Springtime! This Tips column has something for everyone, or so it seems to me. So much news about images and related items of interest. So, without further ado….. World War One Centennial There is a lot to be found online recently about WWI, because this year marks the centennial of the United States entry […]

Flash! Election Returns and the Stereopticon

When I was doing a great deal of research using the Atlanta newspapers on microfilm many years ago, I stumbled upon articles, the first I had ever seen, related to Atlanta citizens gathering downtown to view election results — together — on a screen. This interesting gathering was worth examining and thinking about – did other […]

Hot July, Cool Tuesday Tips

It is July, and here in Georgia, it is hot, hot, hot, but I have some cool news for this first Tuesday in July. To begin, I have posted a July 2016 update to my Checklist of Early Georgia Photographers, 1841-61  Each time I think I will not find, or hear of, a new Georgia photographer […]

Suddenly Spring Tuesday Tips

It is definitely Spring here in Georgia. It’s beautiful and the pollen is plentiful. A few interesting photo-related items have come up recently that I want to share with you. Some you may have seen, and some you may not have. Big news in the world of photo historians is that the New York Public […]