|Other: Albert H. Bosworth |
|Stereographs project |
Fall River Mills, CA, US
[9-5] [Albert H. Bosworth] Views rare  of Fall River Mills area, generally poor quality
images. B. 8/23/69 and spent boyhood in Cayton Valley, CA; moved to Fall City to "try his
fortune" there; in 98 started business, among
other things made ads, sold home-made ice cream;
was, by his own words, "Jack of all trades"
including photography; in 04 sold his
photography business to a young woman who he was
to marry in 13 "to get his photographic business
back free."; they continued in the area until
his D. in 51. [quoted from Frances A. Gassaway,
Pioneers of Yesterday. Fall River Mills: Fort
Crook Historical Society, 1977, pp.40-47. A
photo of A.H. Bosworth is included.]
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the United States of America, (National Stereoscopic Association)
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