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From: Bob Geldart <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Re: Best find for Identifying Photographs
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 17:20:48 -0400
References: <444D2A8D.firstname.lastname@example.org> <006701c668ab$5ee414e0$6401a8c0@DELTA>
I just did a Google search for
photograph "H. A. Steele" Jackson
There are half a dozen or more hits you might want to look at.
From the index, it appears that HA Steele was in Jackson, Michigan.
At 4/25/2006 04:59 PM, you wrote:
>On a slightly different slant on this subject, does anyone know of a way
>to identify a location based on the name of the photographer and city? I
>have a couple of interesting photographs of unknown, but very like related
>people that were taken in the late 1800s. As with a lot of old studio
>photos, the photographer is identified at the bottom, but only with his
>name and city, i.e. "H. A. Steele, Jackson".
>This really has me buffaloed, as I don't know of any relations who lived
>in a Jackson, and unfortunately there is a city named Jackson in probably
>every state (at least southern states) in the Union! Has anyone found
>listings of photo studios from that time period where I might be able to
>find out what state these were taken in?
> Doug Gordon
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