Vintage Photograph~Wedding Couple~Notable Photographer~Hartsook

Such an grand and romantic photo. I can't date it for certain but it appears to be circa 1910 to 1915 by the looks of the head piece and veil on the bride. It's very impressive! Also I notice that the bride is carrying what appears to be a bouquet of all white sweet peas...they smell so sweet and romantic!

The photographer for this photo was Fred Hartsook and it is simply signed on the lower left with his name. He made quite a name for himself in the world of photography starting out, accompanied by his wife, in a traveling studio moving throughout Utah in the early 1900's. They later settled in California, around 1906, but still traveling with a portable dark room. He opened studios at first in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara where he photographed early film stars and other notable people. He was very successful and was able to purchase land and houses in California, among them were 37 acres in the heart of the Redwoods of Hartsook, CA. He built what was operated as a large inn that burned down in 1927, rebuilt and eventually burned again but rebuilt. Now the building, which sits on highway 101 on the north coast of California houses the Save The Redwood League. Quite the guy...quite the photographer.

4 1/2" x 7 3/4" untrimmed image which was formerly in a frame. Some silvering but crisp corners and clean image.

Item ID: ph2398

Vintage Photograph~Wedding Couple~Notable Photographer~Hartsook

Vintage Photograph~Wedding Couple~Notable Photographer~Hartsook
Vintage Photograph~Wedding Couple~Notable Photographer~Hartsook

Such an grand and romantic photo. I can't date it for certain but it appears to be circa 1910 to 1915 by the looks of the head piece and veil on the bride. It's very impressive! Also I notice that the bride is carrying what appears to be a bouquet of all white sweet peas...they smell so sweet and romantic!

The photographer for this photo was Fred Hartsook and it is simply signed on the lower left with his name. He made quite a name for himself in the world of photography starting out, accompanied by his wife, in a traveling studio moving throughout Utah in the early 1900's. They later settled in California, around 1906, but still traveling with a portable dark room. He opened studios at first in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara where he photographed early film stars and other notable people. He was very successful and was able to purchase land and houses in California, among them were 37 acres in the heart of the Redwoods of Hartsook, CA. He built what was operated as a large inn that burned down in 1927, rebuilt and eventually burned again but rebuilt. Now the building, which sits on highway 101 on the north coast of California houses the Save The Redwood League. Quite the guy...quite the photographer.

4 1/2" x 7 3/4" untrimmed image which was formerly in a frame. Some silvering but crisp corners and clean image.

Item ID: ph2398

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