Historical Photograph of Father with Son and Daughter Posing Together in Florida Corn Fields

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$24.99
Father with two children posing in front of what looked to be a great crop of corn. All are smiles on this sunny day. They are standing behind a roughly erected but effective barbed wire fence. The photo is from the early 1900s and with a group of identified Florida photographs. During this time period, much of Florida was converted to farmland. It was not without a negative environmental impact, particularly to the Everglades.
  • City: Unknown
  • State: Unknown
  • Country: United States
  • Source: Bodin Collection
  • Approx. Date: Unknown
  • Photographer: Unknown

 

From the collection of Fred Bodin of Gloucester, MA. Fred was a long time resident and well-known photographer of Gloucester and had one of the best private collections of New England nautical photographs in private hands. Fred was a photojournalist having graduated with this degree from Syracuse University and worked for Yankee Magazine. Fred passed away in 2016 and HIP purchased his collection from his estate.

Regular price $24.99
Father with two children posing in front of what looked to be a great crop of corn. All are smiles on this sunny day. They are standing behind a roughly erected but effective barbed wire fence. The photo is from the early 1900s and with a group of identified Florida photographs. During this time period, much of Florida was converted to farmland. It was not without a negative environmental impact, particularly to the Everglades.
  • City: Unknown
  • State: Unknown
  • Country: United States
  • Source: Bodin Collection
  • Approx. Date: Unknown
  • Photographer: Unknown

 

From the collection of Fred Bodin of Gloucester, MA. Fred was a long time resident and well-known photographer of Gloucester and had one of the best private collections of New England nautical photographs in private hands. Fred was a photojournalist having graduated with this degree from Syracuse University and worked for Yankee Magazine. Fred passed away in 2016 and HIP purchased his collection from his estate.