Seated woman with large black dog
Accession Number: 2006:0094:0002 Maker: J.P. Vail Title: Seated woman with large black dog Date: ca. 1875 Medium: albumen print Dimensions: Image: 9.5 x 5.5 cm Mount: 10.2 x 6.2 cm George Eastman House Collection General information about the George Eastman House Photography Collection is available at www.eastmanhouse.org/inc/collections/photography.php. For information on obtaining reproductions go to: www.eastmanhouse.org/flickr/index.php?pid=2006:0094:0002.
Postcards from "Pension Milou'
Why do we choose the breed of dog we do? – part 2. You can read the first part here. Poppy and Scruff About a year after Poppy, the poodle, came into our lives, Peter and I stood entranced outside a pet shop in Ealing. A small white fluffy puppy was doing its best to attract our attention – and succeeding. We’d seen a Sunday Times photograph of a dog we admired in the arms of a well-known actress, an actress whose name I now forget. Was this the same breed? Those were the early days of The…
Three for a Dime. Published by Dust-to-Digital, 2015. Edited with introduction by Maxine Payne. Foreword by Phillip March Jones. In the 1930s the Massengill family of rural Arkansas built three portable photography studios on old truck frames, attached each to... ARTBOOK | D.A.P. Catalog SPRING 2015 Photo Survey. Distributor Availability: In Print. ISBN: 9780981734255
Hattie and her dog
Carte de visite by unidentified photographer. An inscription on the back of this photograph notes the little girl's name, 'Hattie." She stands with arms crossed on a box covered in material. A dog, presumed to be hers, lays between Hattie and the camera. This image may not be reproduced by any means without permission.
From ‘These Were Our Dogs’ Published by Bloomsbury. All rights reserved. copyright Libby Hall and Bloomsbury. For use, and high resolution image, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or see website: www.the-kennel-club.org.uk/services/public/picl/ I wish 'These Were Our Dogs' wasn't already out of print because the reproduction of the images is excellent. I am only 'allowed' to upload these at very low resolution in order to prevent the images being used without the publisher's and…