|Born: Darius Reynold Kinsey |
|Dates: ||1869, 23 July - 1945, 13 May|
|Born: ||US, MO, Maryville|
Photographer of the American west. In 1906 Darius Kinsey and his wife Tabitha gave up their photographic studio in Seattle (WA, USA) and decided to concentrate on documenting the logging industry and the landscapes of the American northwest. Darius took the photographs and Tabitha developed and printed them. A collection of over 4,700 of their negatives and 600 prints is in the Whatcom Museum (121 Prospect St., Bellingham, WA 98225).
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