Tag Archives: stereographs

Veteran’s Day, and Monday Mystery Photos

Today is Veteran’s Day. I want to remember those who, like my father and my father-in-law, gave of themselves when they were called. They were lucky and came home, but the adjustment must not have been easy for either of them. It cannot be easy for any of the men and women who are military […]

Tuesday Tips: Researching Photographers Working in the South, part 4

Enoch Long, tintype, unidentified African American soldier of 33rd Missouri; LC-DIG-ppmsca-36456; unframed AMB/TIN no. 5026 click on any image to enlarge it  Kentucky and Missouri Today I want to write about the online, print, and other resources for two states that have been referred to as the “border states” – Kentucky and Missouri. As removed as these states […]

Memorial Day, and a Mystery Photo

On this day, Memorial Day,  I have chosen some images from my collection depicting soldiers in the United States military. Two are related to the Spanish American War, and the other, the  Mystery Photo, was apparently taken just  after WWI. The Monday Mystery photograph for today is a photo postcard postmarked “Atlanta May 1919” and captioned […]