Archive for category Tin Type Photos

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Tin Type Photo – two young men, New Britain, Connecticut

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 8 May, 2013

Can you help identify these two men? Do you have any comments about the photo?
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Approximate Date of Picture: Unknown. Although this is a tin type photo, the suits and tie to me appear to be well after 1900, perhaps 1910-1916.

Description of Picture: Two young men sitting down. The water scene behind them is obviously a studio prop.

Size of Picture: 2.5” * 4”

Type of Picture: Tin Type

Possible Subject or Family Group: Sanders – Fryher

Studio: Unknown

Dates the Studio was in business: Unknown

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Tin Type Photo - two young men, New Britain, Connecticut

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Wordless Wednesday: Tin Type photo of a Couple

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 17 April, 2013

Sorry, I’ve been a remiss about posting lately with a new job and a couple personal things going on, but should be able to dedicate more time to the blog at this point. I plan on catching up on the weekly series I’ve been having by this Sunday.

Do you have any idea when the photo was taken?

Tin type photo of a couple

Wordless Wednesday: Young girl and boy, 1860s

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 27 February, 2013

Tin type photo of young girl and boy from the 1860s

Tin type photo photographer, Willamantic, Connecticut

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Wordless Wednesday: Tin Type of Three Ladies, 1880ish

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 20 February, 2013

Tin type photo of three ladies

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