Genealogy Projects tagged with photography on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Rapalje Houses of New Lots Road, a photographic archive

    of the Rapelje family owned several large farms in New Lots Road, west of Elton. Peter Rapelje's grandfather took a number of photographs in 1913 of the houses which lined New Lots Road before the area was cleared for re-development. Peter shared these photos and history with us and this page is an attempt to share this information by reconstructing what New Lots Road was like in the 1870's.

  • BillionGraves Team Portal

    billiongraves.com/geni Welcome to the BillionGraves Team Portal! This is the home base for Geni users who want to help with the collaborative effort between Geni and BillionGraves to help photograph and transcribe all the world's gravestones in order to preserve them and their information for future generations. Any and all Geni users who wish to participate in any w...

  • Provenance and Images

    To investigate and cleanup images which may or may not actually depict the purported subject. © © 1909 : Jan Pieter VETH ‧ 1864-1925 ‧ kunst-schilder ‧ & ‧ © year : Tom HAARTSEN ‧ w:Ouderkerk a/d Amstel -NLD ‧ fotograaf ‧ || ‧ Coll.ABN‧AMRO ‧ Hist.Archief A'dam ‧ eigendom onbekend ‧ prov...

  • Notable photographers

    Notable photographers include fine art photographers, photojournalists and paparazzi. External links List of photographers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Philadelphians Pictured in Fifty years' work of the Hebrew education society of Philadelphia: 1848-1898

    Prominent Jewish Philadelphians (and a few non-Philadelphians) whose portraits appear in Fifty years' work of the Hebrew Education Society of Philadelphia: 1848-1898 published by the Society, 1899. From the preface: The first meeting for the formation of a society whose purpose was the education of Jewish youth in the city of Philadelphia was held on March 7 1847. On June 4 1848, a Cons...

  • Photo-Secession

    The Photo-Secession was an early-20th-century movement that promoted photography as a fine art in general and photographic pictorialism in particular. A group of photographers, led by Alfred Stieglitz and F. Holland Day in the early 1900s, held the then controversial viewpoint that what was significant about a photograph was not what was in front of the camera but the manipulation of the image ...