Dorothy Tucker with Kodak 3A Folding Pocket Camera

PhotographerC.R. Tucker

CountryUnited States

MediumPlatinum

EmphemeraAdvertising Matter

Year1910-1915

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Advertising, Fashion, Hats, Photography, Portrait: Children

Dimensions

Image Dimensions: 23.6 x 15.0 cm
Support Dimensions: unmounted


Associated Blog Posts:

Let the Children Selfie


Dorothy Tucker,  b. August, 1899, of Staten Island, N.Y., photographer Charles Rollins Tucker daughter, is shown holding what is believed to be Kodak’s first postcard format camera introduced in 1903 and manufactured until 1915. Wearing an elegant hat and overcoat, Dorothy posed for a series of photographs entered over successive years by her father in Kodak’s annual Advertising contests.

print notes: Unmounted vintage platinum print of known subject Dorothy Tucker with writing in graphite to print verso: Dorothy.

Dorothy Tucker with Kodak 3A Folding Pocket Camera