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LATIN AMERICA

   

 Costa Rica or Mexico.  
Statue, Buildings, Palm Trees, People.  
Gelatin silver  print. 6 1/2  x 10  inches
$35.00

 

   

German Bank. Havana, Cuba. 
Circa. 1880's. 
Albumen Print.     7 1/2   x  9   inches 
with some surface marks, and light tones
$75.00

 

 

   

Ornate Doorway. Havana, Cuba.
Circa. 1900. 
Silver Print.     5 1/2   x 7   inches  
with some surface marks.   
The  image was photographed by 
Harris Bros. Co. Havana.  
Their blindstamp is in the
 lower right corner of the margin
$75.00

 

 

 

 

Mexico.  Indians Shooting Bows & Arrows & Hut.  
1900.
7 1/2 x 9 inch gelatin silver print 
with some surface marks. 
The photograph is identified and dated
 in pencil on the back
$50.00

 

 

   

Mexico.  Indian Thatched Cottage, 
A duplicate of the birthplace of Benito Juarez.  
Cox toned silver Print with some surface marks 
and some silvering .  
The lower right corner is torn. 
The photographer's name is in the negative. 
There is a label on the back describing the scene. 
6 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches
$35.00

 

 

 

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If you would like to purchase a photograph or book,
please get in touch with me via 

phone (215)726-5493, 
fax  (215) 726-5926 , 
e-mail:  rtrphoto@vernacularphotography.com  

Richard T. Rosenthal
4718 Springfield Avenue
  Philadelphia, PA   19143

 

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  April 19, 2014

An  assortment of  19th and 20th century photographs 
taken  by anonymous 
&
  still obscure photographers

                                                                                 Copyright 2000 
                                                                    by Richard T. Rosenthal. All rights reserved.