Charles Corbet, Girl with gun, c. 1910, autochrome
This is an autochrome, a form of color photography in which dyes are held by potato starch. It was made by William Towles (active 1890-1930s), who is said to have made DC's first autochrome. We love the sitter's feathered hat. #photography #NoFilter #JustPotatoStarch
"the war has ended"
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Etheldreda Laing's autochrome photos of her daughters in the garden ca 1910-1914
Full length photograph of Annie Oakley, noted American sharpshooter and show-woman, circa 1899. Image from Library of Congress online collection_Full_length_photograph_circa_1899.jpg/375px-Annie_Oakley_-_Full_length_photograph_circa_1899.jpg
Winifred Barnes [1910s]
Gorgeous sisters in broad-brimmed hats, artistic antique Victorian photo.