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Lately I’ve been giving the internet radio stations and podcasts a rest in favor of the magic of analog tape. There’s a few audio cassettes sitting around work, and I bought a few more from home. The “portable” stereo I’m … Continue reading
I have some old technical pens that I have been wanting to use, but due to neglect, some of them are fairly crusty and in need of some tender loving care. Back when Koh-I-Noor and Rotring Rapidographs were my illustrative … Continue reading
Weathered neon sign in Philadelphia
…it may be time to take those Christmas decorations down.
Here’s another photograph shot by John Capewell of which I have very little information. I’m hoping that somebody might recognize this older couple who seem to be proud of their flowers in what looks to be the backyard of a … Continue reading
I’m guessing, but this looks to be John B. Capewell’s brother-in-law, niece who showed up in last week’s photo and sister. It looks like they’re shot in the same room as last week’s shot only this trio is a little … Continue reading
Those viddles aren’t going to fix themselves!
We’re back with another glass negative by the water shot about 100 or so years ago by John B. Capewell of Westville, New Jersey. I’m not sure where this was shot. Capewell travelled with his camera in tow, and I … Continue reading
Here’s another of John B. Capewell’s glass negatives that he shot about 100 years ago. I don’t have any information as to the identity of this pair, but the girl appears in a number of the 200 glass negatives in … Continue reading
Here’s a shot of Henry and John, Jr, sons of the photographer John B Capewell of Westville, NJ. Henry on the left was born in 1908 giving a rough idea as to the age of these photographs. This is one … Continue reading
The Capewell Glass Negative Collection – The Swift Trial and Severe Punishment of Frosty the Snowman
Today I continue posting a collection of glass negatives from 100 or so years ago. There’s about 200 5″ x 7″ glass negatives, and from what I’ve been able to determine so far, they were shot by John B. Capewell … Continue reading