A The Fotygraft Album Shown to the New Neighbor by Rebecca Sparks Peters Aged Eleven 1 Drawings and Text by Frank Wing Chicago The Reilly & Britton Co. NE THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY 789276 A ASTOR , LENOX.
Talking through the “ Fotygraft Album ” THIRTEEN ELIZABETH SIEGEL In a humorous send - up of the family album , written in 1915 , Rebecca Sparks Peters , age eleven , walks a new neighbor through her family's “ Fotygraft Album .
Author: Alex Hughes
Publisher: UNM Press
Hughes and Noble bring together a collection of studies exploring how photography has intersected with history and the human story from its invention in the 19th century to the computer age.
Of “ The Fotygraft Album , ” Henry L. Mencken said , in a syndicated article : “ ... ' The Fotygraft Album , ' ( 1917 ) by Frank Wing , one of the gayest and gaudiest and withal one of the keenest and most penetrating pieces of humor ...
Of another book of his cartoons— " The Fotygraft Album , " the famous editor William Allen White said " Frank Wing has done what we all wanted to do . He has made a joyous piece of humor out of the old family album ; and has done it ...
called " The Foty graft Album . ... only in a single instance has he committed the July 17 and 18 , 1918 , on the battle “ atrocity " of using a Wing family char- field of Chateau Thierry were two comacter in his “ Fotygraft Album .
The first notice I have seen for albums in the United States occurs in an advertisement for E. & H. T. Anthony on December ... Albums ” ( University of Chicago , 2003 ) , as well as in the article “ Talking through the ' Fotygraft Album ...
Author: Susan Tucker
Publisher: Temple University Press
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
This book explores the history of scrapbook-making, its origins, uses, changing forms and purposes as well as the human agents behind the books themselves. Scrapbooks bring pleasure in both the making and consuming - and are one of the most enduring yet simultaneously changing cultural forms of the last two centuries. Despite the popularity of scrapbooks, no one has placed them within historical traditions until now. This volume considers the makers, their artefacts, And The viewers within the context of American culture. The volume's contributors do not show the reader how to make scrapbooks or improve techniques but instead explore the curious history of what others have done in the past and why these splendid examples of material and visual culture have such a significant place in many households.
The initial attitude toward albums was one of respect , but as the style mannerisms of studio photography became fossilized , reverence gave way to irreverent frivolity . Frank Wing's The Fotygraft Album ( 1915 ) is an example of that ...
Publisher: Penn State Press
The Photographic Experience deals with episodes and issues relating to the spread and practice of photography from its beginnings to World War I. Bridget and Heinz Henisch concern themselves with the reception accorded to the new art by professionals, amateurs, and the general public. They examine reactions to the new invention in the press, literature, poetry, music, and fashion; the response of intellectuals and painters; and the beliefs held by prominent photographers concerning the nature of the medium and its mission. With a wide array of images - many never before published - they illustrate the photograph's use as a record of public and private moments in life.
An Instant HitOld Forty Dollars OLD FORTY DOLLARS DS By Frank Wing - Creator of “ The Fotygraft Album . " A book for grown - up boys - of all ages , so long as they have not forgotten the days of their youth . Everyone who has chuckled ...
In her essay 'Talking through the “Fotygraft Album”', Elizabeth Siegel highlights the dual purpose of the photo album as being, 'first, to construct a visual and historical past for ourselves, a narrative of identity cemented by its ...
Author: Jane Birkin
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This alternative study of archive and photography sits firmly against the backdrop of the traditional archive. Although many types of image assemblages feature-public and private, formal and informal, physical and digital-they are all considered in relation to the highly regulated systems that operate within the institutional milieu. Cataloguing is presented as a radical form of knowledge production, and the catalogue as a critical tool for mapping image time. The unfamiliar and overlooked language of image description is considered as having a life, a worth and an aesthetic value of its own. Functioning at the intersection of text and image, this book combines media culture and techniques of the archive, as well as contemporary discourse on art and conceptual writing. There is a media-archaeological debate throughout as to how physical archive systems and material technologies connect with different archival models, including social media spaces and other image networks.
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Author: Frank Wing
Publisher: Wentworth Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
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An example is Wing's ( 1915 ) The Fotygraft Album , which combines " fotygrafts ” ( actually reproduced as charcoaland - wash sketches ) with earthy comments ( Fig . 4-13 ) . Each portrait is accompanied by a descriptive mock ...
Real mink, I think it was. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.
Author: Frank Wing
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Excerpt from The Fotygraft Album: Shown to the New Neighbor by Rebecca Sparks Peters Aged Eleven Ain't she cute? Her Uncle Seth kep' a store up t' Davenport and he give her them furs. Real mink, I think it was. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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Having for many years traveled with baseball teams I can bear testimony to the fact FRANK WING, cartoonist on the sta› of the St. Paul Dispatch, and author of the well-known “The Fotygraft Album,” is guilty of the above addition to the ...
Author: G.W. Axelson
Category: Sports & Recreation
This biography of Charles “Commy” Comiskey is one of the earliest and most important—and, up to now, one of the hardest for baseball researchers to get their hands on—in the baseball canon. Comiskey spent half a century in the big leagues as a successful player-manager and owner, his clubs winning nine pennants along the way. But the dark cloud that hangs over him is the 1919 Black Sox scandal, in which he is inextricably tangled, fair or not. Comiskey’s tight-fistedness is often cited as a principal cause of the 1919 World Series scandal. Commy suspected that the fix was on after the White Sox lost the first two games, and even implored his old friend, American League president Ban Johnson, to suspend the Series, but the tide of history could not be dammed. Historians of the game will find much valuable insight here on the rise of baseball in the Windy City, Comiskey’s playing career (as an innovative first baseman), his long stint as St. Louis Browns player-manager (which included four straight pennants from 1885 to 1888), his helping Johnson form the American League, and his keeping the White Sox a family-owned franchise for nearly 60 years. Surprisingly, this is the only biography of Comiskey ever published. Fortunately, Axelson allows “The Old Roman” to speak for himself briefly in the last seven pages of the book. Here Comiskey comes across as humble and earnest, concluding his message with, “What I have tried to do [in baseball] has been my level best.”
“Talking through the 'Fotygraft Album.'” In Phototextualities: Intersections of Photography and Narrative, edited by Alex Hughes and Andrea Noble, 239–70. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Skrbis, Zlatko, Gavin Kendall, ...
Author: Stephanie L. Hawkins
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
Category: Literary Criticism
In an era before affordable travel, National Geographic not only served as the first glimpse of countless other worlds for its readers, but it helped them confront sweeping historical change. There was a time when its cover, with the unmistakable yellow frame, seemed to be on every coffee table, in every waiting room. In American Iconographic, Stephanie L. Hawkins traces National Geographic’s rise to cultural prominence, from its first publication of nude photographs in 1896 to the 1950s, when the magazine’s trademark visual and textual motifs found their way into cartoon caricature, popular novels, and film trading on the "romance" of the magazine’s distinctive visual fare. National Geographic transformed local color into global culture through its production and circulation of readily identifiable cultural icons. The adventurer-photographer, the exotic woman of color, and the intrepid explorer were part of the magazine’s "institutional aesthetic," a visual and textual repertoire that drew upon popular nineteenth-century literary and cultural traditions. This aesthetic encouraged readers to identify themselves as members not only in an elite society but, paradoxically, as both Americans and global citizens. More than a window on the world, National Geographic presented a window on American cultural attitudes and drew forth a variety of complex responses to social and historical changes brought about by immigration, the Great Depression, and world war. Drawing on the National Geographic Society’s archive of readers’ letters and its founders’ correspondence, Hawkins reveals how the magazine’s participation in the "culture industry" was not so straightforward as scholars have assumed. Letters from the magazine’s earliest readers offer an important intervention in this narrative of passive spectatorship, revealing how readers resisted and revised National Geographic’s authority. Its photographs and articles celebrated American self-reliance and imperialist expansion abroad, but its readers were highly aware of these representational strategies, and alert to inconsistencies between the magazine’s editorial vision and its photographs and text. Hawkins also illustrates how the magazine actually encouraged readers to question Western values and identify with those beyond the nation’s borders. Chapters devoted to the magazine’s practice of photographing its photographers on assignment and to its genre of husband-wife adventurers reveal a more enlightened National Geographic invested in a cosmopolitan vision of a global human family. A fascinating narrative of how a cultural institution can influence and embody public attitudes, this book is the definitive account of an iconic magazine’s unique place in the American imagination.
Release on 1928 | by Library of Congress. Copyright Office
( 27-9068 ) 3196 Wing , Francis Marion , 1873– " The fotygraft album ' , shown to the new neighbor by Rebecca Sparks Peters , aged eleven ; drawings and text by Frank Wing . Chicago , The Reilly & Lee co . ( * 1926 ) ( 112 , p . illus .
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress
Category: American drama
Part 1, Books, Group 1, v. 24 : Nos. 1-148 (March, 1927 - March, 1928)
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Release on 1919 | by Art Instruction, Inc. (Minneapolis, Minn.)
LESSON 7 ENTERTAINMENT The “ Fotygraft Album ” ? Charade Features Adapted from the Famous Humorous Drawings --- Under That Title By Frank Wing 66 Following the illustrations in Frank Wing's “ Fotygraft Album ” you can costume any group ...
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