Jun 02, 2022 - Sale 2607

Sale 2607 - Lot 46

Price Realized: $ 312
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 500 - $ 700
Female American Photographers.
Thirty Cabinet Card Portraits Taken in Southern, Midwest and West Coast States.

Including photographs taken by Cornelia Knox, of Lakeview, Oregon; Mrs. Rice of De Witt, of Nebraska; Rose Campbell of Erie, Kansas; Harriet Drum of Kansas; Miss Ella Graham of Beloit, Kansas; Olia Burger of Granby, Missouri; Mrs. Mary Brown of Cainsville, Missouri; Miss Laura Harris of Bentonville, Arkansas; Jean Honey of Clyde, Kansas; Mrs. Young of Fayetteville, Arkansas; Kay Chandler of McConnelsville, Ohio; Mrs. J.A. Webber of Rico, Colorado; Lydie Hills of Galena, Kansas; Nellie Jackson of Clinton, Missouri, and others; a few of female subjects and couples photographed by artists who only identify with initials; consisting of ten images of women; seven photos of couples and families; eight photos of children and babies; and three of men; sizes vary slightly, each approximately 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 in.

Harriet Drum (1842-1904), her son Oscar, and daughter-in-law Lottie were all photographers working in Southern Kansas and in the Oklahoma Indian Territory. They ran a railroad car studio in the early years of the 20th century.

Ella Graham and her sister Sarah ran their Beloit, KS studio jointly.