This week we’re prompted to post photos of photographers. Quite meta, huh?
I think the old days of big, bulky cameras is quite romantic, while the small compact cameras like the one with the lady holding a hair brush (for reasons that escape me).
I have no idea why she’s holding the brush like that. The description didn’t say.
Wilbur Wright is on the left of the photographer in France.
Dr. Crawford was one of the doctors who went to American Ambulance Hospital in Paris during World War I in 1914.
Above is a group of photos of old cameras. I remember my first instamatic. It didn’t have the full flashbulb attachment, but I do remember those too.
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