“Born in St. Paul, February 19, 1862; died, June 1922. Active with a thriving business in landscape and commercial work in St. Paul, 1880-1900. His studio was located on the site of the present (1922) public library. Famous for his photographs of Theodore Roosevelt, 1870s. He sold the very first Kodak (made by his friend, Mr. Eastman), early 1880s. Moved to Buffalo, c. 1911.”
--Mautz, Carl. Biographies of Western Photographers: A Reference Guide to Photographers Working in the 19th Century American West. Nevada City, CA: Carl Mautz Publishing, 1997.
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Preferred Citation: Plains Indians Stereographs Collection, MS 49, McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West.