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A. Norman: Spirit photographer and medium (Mr. and Mrs.) active in the 1900s. They advertised spirit photographs for the price of two for $1 in addition to other services. Their studios were located at 2721 Elliot Ave. Minneapolis, MN.[1] The Sunflower – August 9, 1905

A & G Taylor: (1866 – 1918) British photographic company that produced cabinet cards, cartes de visite, and picture postcards. Founded in 1866 by Andrew and George Taylor, the company had 30 outlets in the UK and US, and held a Royal Warrant as “Photographers to the Queen.”

B. P. Browne: Spirit photographer active in the 1870s. He was accused of fraud when it was stated “he had been detected in ways that are dark and tricks that are in vain”. His studio was located at 863 Washington St. Boston, MA.[1] The Religio Philosophical Journal – August 4, 1877

D. H. Hendee: (1826-1907) Photographer active from the 1860s to 1900s. It is unknown if he was a spirit photographer or reproduced spirit photographs. He advertised pictures could be completed in 10 minutes. His studio was located in Portland, OR.[1] The Oregonian – December 22, 1865

J. H. Copeland: (1835-1928) Photographer active from the 1860s to 1910s. It is unknown if he was a spirit photographer or reproduced spirit photographs. In a letter he describes taking “$71 worth of pictures in a week”. He operated several studios in Cleveland, sometimes in partnership with other photographers.[1] Monks-Rohrer Letters – February, 1864

L. Carter: Spirit photographer active in the 1900s. She advertised spirit photographs for the price of five 2-cent stamps and also included a free psychometric disease diagnosis. Her studio was located at 522 Washington Ave. Council Bluffs, IW.[1] Light of Truth – April 20, 1895

L. C. Stanley: Spirit photographer and medium active in the 1900s. She claimed to be the “scientific discover of spirit photography and greatest of trance mediums”. Her studios were located at 4511/2 South Sprint St. Los Angeles, CA & 506 West 5th St. Los Angeles, CA.[1] Los Angeles Herald – July 15, 1906

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