Fae Smith

Updated Jun 11, 2015
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Ancient Faces commented
What a camera - when do you think this was taken?
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Mamie Mcbain commented
I'd say 1930
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Jennifer Evans
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Jennifer Evans commented
Early 20's my guess
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Lisa Mohr commented
I think it was taken around 19 12 or so
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Sharon Waller commented
1910 ?
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Tommy M. Talaga commented
Sometime in the 1910's I believe.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Marion Mcclung commented
Between 1912 and 1920 is my guess
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Love she is like me my first paycheck I bought a camera I was that was in the 58 and now I have pictures of little babies that not even the mother has those pictures I have pictures of everything that I like
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Angie Harader commented
1910-1915
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Dianne Boomer commented
No way. Look at the outfit and photo quality.
Jun 11, 2015 ·
Gena Eckler-Dunn commented
I say that because of the depression era pavers.
Jun 11, 2015 ·
Bernice Jones commented
Length of dress, might be clue.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Laurie Skillern commented
Around 1920
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Sherry Ruiz commented
1910's
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Tom McKenzie commented
I think in the 20's
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Grace Barnhart commented
Will we ever know the answer to this question???
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Jayn M Keller commented
Mid 1900's
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Agata Maibach commented
the twenties!!
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Kimberly Bolin commented
Roaring 20's
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
CJ Rubin commented
Here's a pic of my Dad doing the same thing: taking a picture of the photographer...late 1940's or early 1950's outside our back door on Joline Avenue in Long Branch, New Jersey.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Very crisp photo, tight photo.
Jun 12, 2015 ·
Jim Blaine commented
1910-1920 Kodak folding camera.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
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Lisa Batten
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Lisa Batten commented
Early 1900's....
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
What? Nothing strange about a selfie.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Barry Wiggins commented
Cool photo
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
John R Davidson commented
Before plants or trees were here,
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Teresa Kazek commented
Looks like my old brownie camera, I had this in the late 40's.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Erica Laine commented
I'd say around 1917-1918
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Robyn McIntyre commented
Looks like the seaside in England around 1912.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Diane Trudeau commented
Love this picture :)
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Sharon Burns commented
About 1912 to maybe 1918 based on her dress. She looks like her hair is bobbed which would have been starting to happen then. Could be later if she was wearing clothes from a few years back. Can anybody identify the model/year of the box camera?
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Lisa Mccollum commented
Around 1910
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Dolphie Potter commented
I think mid 1920 maybe her clothes are a Tad long to be sure. It could be the early thirtys
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
It looks by her clothing to be the late teens early twenties .....
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Lu Vest commented
1920
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Rhetta Lance commented
I have a copy of this photo as this was my mother-in-law!! There is no date on my copy, but I am guessing that it was taken in late 1915 or early 1916, as she was married in the fall of 1915 in Nebraska.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Erin O'Keefe commented
Were you surprised to see it on this site?
Jun 11, 2015 ·
Emma McCourt commented
Rhetta Lance, what a privilege to see your photo. Thank you for sharing. Xx
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Courtney Esther commented
1800s or 1940s ?
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Karen Mills commented
1920's?
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Rhetta Lance commented
Erin, yes, surprised and pleased to see that someone else values family photos like I do.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Deb Bakkedahl commented
Looks kind of like 20s outfit & Hat?
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Nan Kelleher commented
a browie ? 1915 ?
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Don Neufield commented
That's a movie camera.. That train car is to new for teens ... That hat is style during the charleston.. So there... Pffttttt...:-))
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Brin Ash commented
1920 ish
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Sue Wilks commented
Looks like a Folding Brownie Camera. Took the same size film as at the box camera.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Jerry Black commented
I believe that you are correct. My grandparents had one. When it broke they gave it to me to play with.
Jun 12, 2015 ·
2014 in Portland
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Susie Inkson commented
Hilarious!
Jun 11, 2015 ·
Janet Gooden commented
Lol
Jun 12, 2015 ·
Anna Cockrell commented
I don't know the 1930s maybe
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Those rolleiflexes never wear out.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Anita Grimm Hohl commented
Most of the photos of me as a kid in the 70s were taken with my grandma's brownie.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Jane Dòe commented
1916
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Kat Jacobsen commented
This looks like an old Kodak "pocket" camera, a camera with an accordion bellows that extended but also could be collapsed and then shut tight with a latch. The camera in questions was marketed to consumers, but slightly pre-dates the Brownie camera, which truly popularized personal photography. If this is hypothesis is true, the time period would have been shortly before WWI. I have 2 similar cameras, and perhaps the most interesting/trivial thing about them is that they are bound in leather, and that the leather ages in a peculiar way, almost like a patina.
Jun 11, 2015 · Reply
Anais Pilard commented
Je dirais, 1915 ?
Jun 12, 2015 · Reply
Karen Williams commented
About 1900- 1910
Jun 12, 2015 · Reply
That's a Brownie camera isn't it? First made in 1901 by Kodak, I'd say that was late 20's to mid 30's, going by hat and dress.
Jun 12, 2015 · Reply
Janet Gooden commented
1904?
Jun 12, 2015 · Reply
Ross Jahren commented
A mirror selfie
Jun 12, 2015 · Reply
Jodi Gallion commented
Between 1910-1920?
Jun 12, 2015 · Reply
Jackie Hart commented
Owen Lawson Howell III
Jun 12, 2015 · Reply
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Randall Chronister commented
Looks like she is on the Titanic
Jun 15, 2015 · Reply
Kay Ward Williams commented
LOve! shared!
Jun 17, 2015 · Reply
Josiane Loilard commented
"Cheeeeeeze" !! le petit oiseau va sortir !! :)
Aug 07, 2015 · Reply
Lori Reel commented
I do this all the time
Sep 30, 2015 · Reply
Araz Hawleri commented
Mein Sammlung von Damals Made in Germany Antiq ist My Hobby 1940 er
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