[Updated 11/4/2022] Autumn is a great time of year in New England. Leaves may be falling, but museums, galleries, auction houses, and photo-oriented organizations are putting up new exhibits, showcasing new work, new photographers, new acquisitions, and new trends, as
November 2022: Ken Liss Connects A Tiny Gem Tintype Album of Children’s Portraits To Stories of Boston and Brookline Women Sunday Nov 6, 2022 7:30PM EST on Zoom
In 2014, the Brookline Historical Society (BHS) was given a tiny photo album — 3″ wide by 3.75″ high — with postage stamp-sized photos of 48 Brookline and Boston children, most of them girls. Written inside the front cover was a name, Mamie Williams, and a date, March 16, 1882.
The Tenax name dates back to 1907. It appeared on folding plate cameras manufactured by the C. P. Goerz company in Berlin. It’s easy to be confused by the chronology of the Tenax cameras since “the advanced 1938 model is known as mark II, or just Tenax II, while the
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