The Picture Man

Photography and the Picture Men Photography had its beginnings many centuries ago with the camera obscura . The camera obscura is an enclosed box ( or dark room ) with a small opening . An image is projected through the opening onto the ...

Author: Julia Taylor Ebel

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 9781933251639

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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An Appalachian farm girl and her brother have their pictures made by a traveling photographer in the 1940s. Includes facts about "picture men," early photography, and instructions for making a shoebox camera.

The Man in the Picture

looking away from the scene because he did not want to be part of it and into my room, at me – at anyone in front of the picture–with what I can only describe as pleading. But for what? What was he asking? The shock was seeing a man's ...

Author: Susan Hill

Publisher: Profile Books

ISBN: 1847651534

Category: Fiction

Page: 160

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A mysterious depiction of masked revellers at the Venice carnival hangs in the college rooms of Oliver's old professor in Cambridge. On this cold winter's night, its eerie secret is revealed by the ageing don. The dark art of the Venetian scene, instead of imitating life, has the power to entrap it. To stare into the painting is to play dangerously with the unseen demons it hides, and become the victim of its macabre beauty ...

Man In The Picture

The Family Hunt For An Unkown Man Magdel Roets. how he went through about every site that dealt with ... He found a website that might be able to give information on Geegee's picture. Thanks for the coffee. Just what I need right now.

Author: Magdel Roets

Publisher: Publication Consultants

ISBN: 1594336989

Category: Fiction

Page: 80

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An elderly woman dies with the picture of a man in her hand. No one knows who the man is and the hunt for the truth begins.

The Picture and The Prosperous Man

The two young men entered , therefore , into conversation , but , as there was one topic on which they were forced to preserve silence on account of the opposing interests of the father of the one and the uncle of the other , they could ...

Author: John George Hamilton Bourne

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Page: 677

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Picture Man

Some three hundred Natives shared the seaside village with about a dozen white men, women, and children, excluding seasonal workers.28 Fourteen Tlingit men pose in full regalia in a picture Kayamori inscribed LAST POTLATCH SIDEWAY HOUSE ...

Author: Margaret Thomas

Publisher: University of Alaska Press

ISBN: 1602232458

Category: Art

Page: 134

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Margaret Thomas became fascinated with Shoki Kayamori's images and story years ago, and this ambitious book reveals the depths of her engagement with this man and his art. Part history, part biography, part photographic showcase, Picture Man turns the old adage about pictures and words around and around again. Fans of history and photography from Tokyo to Nome will find insights and details available nowhere else. And in the center of that history, an enigmatic man with camera. Shoki Kayamori left an enduring legacy, hundreds of images of a small, Alaska village, that captured a divided and changing place and time. But in Picture Man, Margaret Thomas gives the reader more than one lens through which to view Kayamori's life. She explores the economic and political realities the sent Kayamori, and thousands like him, out of Japan toward opportunity and adventure in the United States, especially the Pacific Northwest. The courtship, wedding, and life together of Helen Emery and Gunjiro Aoki highlight the racism that sent many young men north to work in the canneries of Alaska. In the early 20th century, Kayamori made his way to Yakutat to work in the canneries, too. But he also took a camera. For the next three decades, Shoki Kayamori would document the lives of his friends and villagers. But as tensions leading up the Japan's involvement in World War II escalated, Kayamori took his own life.

The Godly Man s Picture

B. That a godly man esteems him precious. A. Jesus Christ is precious in himself. "Behold, I lay a stone in Zion, a chosen and precious cornerstone" (1 Pet. 2:6). 1. Christ is compared to "a bundle of myrrh" (Song 1:13).

Author: Thomas Watson

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1618980831

Category: Religion

Page: 210

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The Godly Man's Picture, Drawn with a Scripture Pencil, or, Some Characteristic Marks of a Man who is Going to Heaven. The soul being so precious, and salvation so glorious-it is the highest point of prudence to make preparations for the eternal world. It is beyond all dispute, that there is an inheritance in light; and it is most strenuously asserted in Holy Scripture that there must be a fitness and suitability for it (Col. 1:12). If anyone asks, "Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord?" the answer is, "He who has clean hands, and a pure heart" (Psalm 24:4). To describe such a person is the work of this ensuing treatise. Here you have the godly man's portrait, and see him portrayed in his full lineaments

W R Trivett Appalachian Pictureman

the 1930s the only advertisements for photographic work were placed by professional studio photographers.20 Avery County , North Carolina , in the first half of the 20th century was also the haunt of more than one pictureman .

Author: Ralph E. Lentz II

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786409273

Category: Social Science

Page: 176

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W.R. Trivett (1884-1966), a farmer born in Watauga County, North Carolina, was also a self-taught professional photographer who left behind an invaluable collection of more than 400 glass plate negatives taken between 1907 and the late 1940s in the Beech Mountain community of neighboring Avery County. Along with the photographs (105 are reproduced herein), a collection of Trivett's personal papers survive, revealing very enlightening information about his life in the mountains. This work--the fourth in McFarland's continuing series of Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies--carefully examines Trivett's life and photographs, comparing his work to that of contemporary outside photographers who often produced stereotypical images of mountain people. Through Trivett's images we can, by contrast, see the everyday reality for most people in rural Appalachia.