Walton – photographer1900 Census - Switzerland County, Indiana Joseph C.
Walton – photographer1910 Census – Switzerland County, Indiana Joseph E. The subject is either Susanna or Elizabeth and not someone else.
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In the first half of the twentieth century, this was in part due to the limits imposed by the differing technologies associated with recording and the production of sound for radio broadcasting.
This was in contrast to the recording of the visual in still photography and, later, the combination of moving image with a soundtrack in film production.
Age requirements of the subject of the portrait are that she must be at least 16 yrs. Walton – photographer, own studio: Census:-Not listed 1870 census – census taken June 1870-Listed as a photographer 1880 census - census taken 8 June 1880The dates Walton became a photographer in Vevay, Indiana could have been sometime after June 1870 – and on or before 8 June 1880.: Carte-de-Visite's, or Cd V's, an albumen print measuring 2 ½ by 3 ½ mounted to a card measuring 2 ½ by 4 1/2. Introduced in the mid-1850's, popular in America and Europe from 1860 until almost the turn of the century. Darrah in Cartes De Visite In Nineteenth Century Photography suggests:1858 - 1871 square corners generally 1871 – 1910 rounded corners were generally used 1902 – 1910 rounded corners again in fashion: If:1858 - 1869 white cards (can be darker or yellow due to age)1871-74 white on thicker card stock1861-66 Gray or tan card stock 1869-74 Yellow1872-80 Gray on thicker card stock1902-1910 Soft gray on very thick card stock: Some early CDV's have one or more narrow lines around the front edges that frame the area where the picture is pasted on the card stock. tightly fitted boned garment full length.: Clothing worn in the style of the 1880’s. Subject of the photograph does not appear to be 30 - 31 years old. Elizabeth could only be the subject of the photograph from 1887 - 1895 as she was 16 yrs. This article is all about what makes oral histories important, the rise of the digital revolution and the significance of the ‘still’ and ‘moving’ image through history.For more information on oral history texts available in both digital and print, scroll down to the bottom of this article.