|14 January 1966|| ||A meeting is held in the home of Willis Stockdale to found the Antique Photographic Society of Rochester. In May 1968 it changes its name to The Photographic Historical Society which is still active. |
Emmy Andriesse (1914, 14 January - 1953, 21 February) was born - The Netherlands, The Hague.
Cecil Beaton (1904, 14 January - 1980, 18 January) was born - Great Britain, London, Hampstead. English fashion and society photographer who from 1928 onwards working for ‘Vogue‘ and ‘Vanity Fair‘. During the Second World War he became a war photographer. He is also known for his theatrical design work. He also won two More...
Johanne Birkedahl (1858, 14 January - 1947, 24 March) was born - Denmark, Maribo. Femaile photographer at Nakskov in Denmark. 15 stereo examples in the Danish Photo Historical Society - Registration of Danish Stereoviws (RODS).
Randolph Bezzant Holmes (1988, 14 January - 1973, July) was born - India, Peshawar.
Giorgio Lotti (1937, 14 January - ) was born - Italy, Milan. Italian photographer.
Sheron Rupp (1943, 14 January - ) was born - US, OH, Mansfield. American contemporary documentary photographer.
Photographs from Ohio
After getting my M.F.A. at age 40, I was drawn to going back in 1983-85 to Ohio, the place where I spent my formative years growing up and going More...
Jerry Spagnoli (1956, 14 January - ) was born - US, NY, New York. Contemporary Daguerreotypist.
Félix Teynard (1817, 14 January - 1892, 28 August) was born - France, Grenoble (Saint-Flour, Cantal - Grove Art Online). Early French travel photographer who traveled between Cairo and the Second Cataract on the Nile 1851-1852. He is best known for the series of 160 plates of Egypt that were published between 1853 and 1858 as Égypte et Nubie, sites et monuments More...
Garry Winogrand (1928, 14 January - 1984, 19 March) was born - US, NY, New York. American photographer who documented New York street life with a snapshot fervor that was almost like an addiction. He produced five books during his lifetime but a prodigious body of work that requires deeper understanding. His life is frequently More...
Aenne Biermann (1898 - 1933, 14 January) died - Germany, Gera. German photographer who was widely published in magazines from 1929 onwards.
Emil Brugsch (1842, 24 February - 1930, 14 January) died - France, Nice. German-born Egyptologist. Assistant curator of the Bulaq Museum. His photographs were included "La Trouvaille de Deir-El-Bahari" (Le Caire: Imprimerie Française F. Mourès & Cie, 1881) along with the text by Gaston Maspero.
Lewis Carroll (1832, 27 January - 1898, 14 January) died - Great Britain, Surrey, Guildford. English mathematician, author of "Alice in Wonderland" and a number of classics of children‘s literature, and photographer.
J.H. Field (1869, 19 February - 1936, 14 January) died - US.
Milton Miller (1830, 5 April - 1899, 14 January) died - US, VT, Brattleboro. American photographer active in Hong Kong and Canton in the early 1860s.
The Oxford Companion to the Photograph (2005, p. 415) has an entry for Milton H. Miller but according to GEH and other sources his middle initial was M.
Timothy H. O'Sullivan (1840 - 1882, 14 January) died - US, NY, New York City. He was employed by Mathew Brady during the American Civil War but left to work with Alexander Gardner. He accompanied survey teams into the West and his direct style of landscape photography has left us with a remarkable legacy.