Tag Archives: Savannah

Georgia Photographers and “their” Mothers

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Be My (Photo) Valentine

Today is Valentine’s Day,  and although many people think it is a day only for sweethearts, it is also a day to celebrate love — of our family, of spouses for one another, of parents for their children and children for their parents, of siblings for each other, of friends for one another, and of […]

Mothers, by Georgia Photographers

Irish-Born Georgia Photographers and Associates

For St. Patrick’s Day I thought I would share a short list, with very brief information on those photographers and their associates I know were born in Ireland.  I have not included any of those born in this country with Ireland-born parents, or those for whom I have not yet verified a place of birth, even […]

St. Pat’s Day Redux – Wordless Wednesday

Portrait of J. F. Doyle, 1888 cabinet card by Launey & Goebel (Arthur A. Launey & Geo.C. Goebel), Savannah GA; back inscription of the cabinet card; detail of the cabinet card stamp; collection of E. Lee Eltzroth. © E. Lee Eltzroth and Hunting & Gathering, 2017. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material or these images […]

Tuesday Tips, Back to School

A slightly belated happy new school year, it’s time for lessons and another Tips post ! There is great access to the thousands of images produced by the United States Government, and I will touch on a few of the newer ones. I also have some updates related to my series on Photographers Working in the South, […]

Congratulations Graduates! Wordless Wednesday

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Wordless Wednesday – Five Bearded Men

A Little R & R – Encounters with Readers and Research

I have had the good fortune to connect several times with a deceased photographer’s family members — by that I mean a member or members of the families, often direct descendants, of photographers who worked in Georgia as visitors or residents. We sometimes stay in touch off and on for years, and I believe it […]

African American Photographers in Georgia – Tuesday Tips

John W. Johnston (1882-1966) advertisement, May 5, 1917 Savannah Tribune  Before we are completely out of February, and Black History Month, I wanted to do an update on those Georgia photographers and their associates whom I know to be African American. At least one of these photographers was born in the West Indies (John W. Johnston, […]