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I recently posted a photo of John Capewell’s eldest son John, Jr. in what I assumed was a Christening gown. Here is a variation on that shot with Capewell’s infant son in a different position. This is an interesting … Continue reading
This looks to be one of John Capewell’s sons – possibly John, Jr. – on what I’m guessing is the day of his Baptism.
I don’t know why, but I thought I had posted this glass negative shot by John B. Capewell already. With 200 negatives comprising the Capewell Glass Negative Collection, I guess it was inevitable that I was going to get some … Continue reading
I’ve been running photographs of John Capewell’s sons recently, and I decided to step back a little further in the past when the Capewell boys were toddlers. Here the boys wear stern, somewhat anxious expressions. My guess is that their … Continue reading
Once again John Capewell has hauled out the lodgepole chair for a portrait of this dapper gent. He looks fairly regal in his rustic throne.
Here’s another photograph featuring photographer John Capewell, his wife Ella, and what I am assuming were either his or her relatives. I don’t know who these people are, but there are a few faces that look familiar from some of … Continue reading
At first I thought these two were mother and daughter, but after looking at the photo for a while and consulting with Tina, we decided that these two are probably the sisters of John B. Capewell.
Pictured above is Whillie Batt and Mark Anthony Capewell, parents of John Batt Capewell of Westville, New Jersey. It looks like John set Mom and Dad up in a lodgepole love seat for a semi-formal portrait outdoors more than a … Continue reading
Mr and Mrs Capewell. John and Ella.