|Born: Henry Hamilton Bennett |
|Dates: ||1843 - 1908|
|Born: ||Canada, QC, Farnham|
|Died: ||US, WI, Madison|
19th century American landscape photographer, producer of stereograph views, inventor, promoter and entrepreneur; known as the "man who made Wisconsin Dells famous". He worked from 1865 to 1908 building a new studio in 1875. The Studio is the oldest family operated studio in America (1865-1998) and one of the oldest continually operated studios in America.
In 1998 the family gave the Studio, additional property, and entire collection to the Wisconsin Historical Society and it was opened to the public in June 2000.
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