(from l-r): Woman Kneeling on Chair, photograph by Ernest J. Bellocq via [1], Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=10224267; Storyville Girl outdoors posing with backdrop, photograph by Ernest J. Bellocq via [1], Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=10224315.
(from l-r): Tom Dixon’s Laundry, 1899; Madame Sperber Group, Junction City, Kansas, 1906. © Joseph Pennell Collection, Kansas Collection, courtesy Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas.
(l-r) Rudy Sohn’s Barber Shop, 1903; New operating room at Ft. Riley, 1906. © Joseph Pennell Collection, Kansas Collection, courtesy Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas.
(l-r) Portrait of John Welch, 1901; Portrait of Jesse Johnson, 1904 © Joseph Pennell Collection, Kansas Collection, Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas
(l-r) Copied, changed and issued by Asahel Curtis, Frank La Roche and unknown postcard maker. Courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.
(left): Native Street Scene at Sitka, Alaska” ca. 1906 (Tlingit women selling baskets and other crafts), photograph by Case & Draper, printed by Frank Nowell for sale at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1909, courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections. (right): Case & Draper photograph retouched and made into a postcard by Edward Mitchell. (The tourists have been removed, the attribution is changed to Edward Mitchell, and the caption has been changed and is now incorrect:“Eskimo Curio Vendors” — these are not Eskimos, they are Tlingit Indians). Courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.
The Adams & Larkin panorama photograph (part of a four-part panorama) of Dawson, Yukon Territory, Canada, courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.
Double portrait of an unidentified woman, courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.



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