The Kodak Girl, circa 1909

"The Kodak Girl". Photograph shows woman posing with Kodak Brownie camera ~ Date: 17 February 1909 / Wikimedia Commons

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Photo by Dorothea Lange. Dust Bowl Farm: 1938 Coldwater District north of Dalhart, Texas. This house is occupied; most of the houses here have been abandoned.

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tiny-librarian: “ A photograph of a young Billie Burke, who is probably most well known for her role as Glinda in The Wizard of Oz.

Margaret Bourke-White becomes the first female photojournalist to be allowed into combat zones—paving the way for women in the field of photography.

Margaret Bourke-White Successful women outside of the home: Margaret Bourke-White becomes the first female photojournalist allowed into combat zones, paving the way for women in the field of photography.

Rival crime reporter from Capital City, Deadline Donald Daring, gloats over stealing our hero's big story. Illl

You can just tell he thought he was the cat's meow. black&white portrait photo of a Victorian-era man

Here's a photograph of Jessie Tarbox Beals, America's first female photojournalist, with her camera on a street a century ago. While most female photograph

America's First Female Photojournalist, Jessie Tarbox Beals, With Her Cameras

Female photojournalist Jessie Tarbox Beals on the street with her camera, She was the first woman to join a newspaper staff as a photographer.

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Girls gone Wild! Three models from Washington’s spring fashion show snapped at Arlington Beach, May National Photo Company glass negative (originally black & white). Found on the Shorpy

Kitty Kramer, the first Kodak Girl, shown using a Kodak camera in 1890.   Reproduced by permission of AP/Wide World Photos. "In the mid-1880s Eastman had told J. Walther Thompson that "a picture of a pretty girl sells more than a tree or a house" in magazine advertisements.  Eastman's ideas was a girl in a striped dress, fashionably holding a camera, and thus the Kodak girl was born.

Kitty Kramer, the first Kodak Girl, shown using a Kodak camera in Reproduced by permission of AP/Wide World Photos. "In the Eastman had told J.

Armenian guerilla fighters during the Hamidian massacres, 1895

Armenian guerrilla fighters who opposed Ottoman soldiers during the Hamidian massacres, The woman on the right is known to be Eghisapet Sultanian, (the other woman is unidentified).

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