Luminous-Lint - for collectors and connoisseurs of fine photography
HOME  BACK>>> Subscriptions <<< | Testimonials | Login | FREE NEWSLETTER

Getting around

 

HomeContentsVisual IndexesOnline ExhibitionsPhotographersGalleries and DealersThemes
AbstractEroticaFashionLandscapeNaturePhotojournalismPhotomontagePictorialismPortraitScientificStill lifeStreetWar
CalendarsTimelinesTechniquesLibrarySupport 
 

Stereographs Project

 
   Introduction 
   Photographers 
      A B C D E F G H  
      I J K L M N O P  
      Q R S T U V W X  
      Y Z  
   Locations 
   Themes 
   Backlists
 

HomeContents > People > Photographers > Will Soule

Names:
Born: William Stinson Soule 
Other: Will S. Soule 
Other: William S. Soule 
Dates:  1836 - 1908
Born:  US, ME, Turner
Died:  US, MA, Brookline
Active:  US
 
  
Served as a clerk at the trading posts at Fort Dodge (Kansas) and Fort Still (Oklahoma) from 1868 until 1874. During this period he made portraits of Indians, Indian scouts and military officiers. 
  
Stereographs project 
  
Business locations 
  
Fort Sill, OK, US 
Boston, MA, US 
St. Albans, VT, US 
 
  
[William Stinson Soule] Worked mainly in SI formats. B. 36, Turner, ME; prob. Worked briefly in brother John P. Soule's photo studio ~60; into army 61-64; had studio in Chambersburg, PA ~65-67, burned out; went west ~67, post photog. for Fort Sill, OK, 68-75; reported to have also worked at Camp Supply, OK & Ft. Dodge, KS. ~75-82 lived briefly Lakewood, NJ, Philadelphia, PA, Melrose, MA; 5 years at St. Albans, VT, prob. photog. in all locs. but no images seen. ~82 went to Boston, brief partnership with William H. Evans as Evans & Soule, producing rare stereos, next as Soule Photograph Co., "Successors to John P. Soule" in association with W.B. Everett, prob. took over non-stereo part of John P. Soule's business ~83. Retired ~00, co. name changed to Soule Art Co. operated by Everett alone, persisted until 03. In west made several fine, scarce SI Indian views, some of which were reproduced as non-stereo lithographic stereos ~90s; sent negs. to John P. Soule, who CR much of the work in 73; some negs. eventually went to Henry T. Peabody. Brother of John P. Soule, brother-in-law of Horatio G. Smith; D. MA 08. 
  
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)
Credit: National Stereoscopic Association with corrections and additions by Alan Griffiths and others.
NOTE: You are probably here because you have a stereograph to identify. Please email good quality copies of the front and back to alan@luminous-lint.com so we can create reference collections for all.

Preparing biographies

Further research

 
 Premium content for those who want to understand photography
 
References are available for subscribers.There is so much more to explore when you subscribe. 
Subscriptions 
 
Thumbnail
Unidentified photographer
Will S. Soule 
n.d.
 
  
Family history 
  
If you are related to this photographer and interested in tracking down your extended family we can place a note here for you to help. It is free and you would be amazed who gets in touch. 
  
alan@luminous-lint.com
 
  
 
  

Visual indexes

 
 Premium content for those who want to understand photography
 
Visual indexes for this photographer are available for subscribers.There is so much more to explore when you subscribe. 
Subscriptions 
 
  
 
  
 
  
HOME  BACK>>> Subscriptions <<< | Testimonials | Login | FREE NEWSLETTER
 Facebook LuminousLint 
 Twitter @LuminousLint