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Riassunto: Pulled from the records of the local newspapers, this book looks at the reports of lives and professions of photographers from 1860’s to the early 1920’s in Muskegon County Michigan. Using articles and ads, we can read about the men and women who were the local photographic pioneer’s and the trial and tribulations they encountered while in the trade. Only by reading the first hand accounts of their experiences can we really get a since of what it was like to be a photographer during that time span. In addition to the articles and ads, a collection of photographs from the author’s collection, taken by many of these photographers is included, along with maps from 1910 showing the location of several of the photo studios that were in operation. A few of the studios that were located in Muskegon County during the time frame that this book covers are: Lawson, Rippey, Bingham, Moblo & Son, Radium Photo Service, Van Dyke, J. H. Brubaker, Beckquist & Reid, Star Gallery, S. M. Taylor, Payne’s, Cormany’s, W. G. Doss, Tromp’s, N. C. Couper’s, Peppler’s, G. T. McComb, George G. Burdick’s, Powe’s, Hamilton, Daniel Angell, Ganong’s, E. E. Evan’s, Bell’s, Whol’s, Star, plus others.
About the Author: WIlliam P. Hansen, was born and raised in Muskegon, Michigan. After high school, he attended the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and graduated with honors in the Professional Photography program, and then went on and received his B.S. degree from Western Michigan University in Industrial Education and Graphic Arts. He has worked for the City of Muskegon Public School System as an audio visual illustrator, the Muskegon Chronicle as a press photographer, Quality Farm & Fleet as a darkroom tech and commercial photographer. He also taught for seven years in the Graphic Arts Dept at Muskegon Community College, and worked in commercial real estate. He is currently working for keh.com, the World’s Largest Used Camera Dealer, in inventory management. With no formal training in architecture, he has designed and built four houses, and done the site plans for a bank, carwash, and a car dealership, all of which have been built. Additional titles by the author: The Lost City of Fruitvale Michigan - 1989 edition, volume 1 Japanese 35mm SLR Cameras Hansen-Peterson Woirol-Wellman Family History The Greenwood-Maynard Family Lines 1610-1983 The Official Book of 35mm SLR Cameras & Prices - 1st edition The Official Book of 35mm SLR Cameras & Prices - 2nd edition Hansen’s Complete Illustrated Guide to Cameras, Volume 1 Hansen’s Complete Illustrated Guide to Cameras, Volume 2 The Lost City of Fruitvale Michigan - 2007 edition, volume 1 Our Founding Photographers, A Look At The History of Photography In Muskegon County, Michigan, Volume 1 The Lost City of Fruitvale Michigan - 2011 100th anniversary edition, volume 1 The Lost City of Fruitvale Michigan - volume 2
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Descrizione libro CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: Used: Good. Codice libro della libreria SONG1463710542
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