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Wellsbridge Cottage, Philip Herbert Martineau House, Wellsbridge N...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Wellsbridge Cottage, Philip Herbert Martineau House, Wellsbridge N...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Chateau of Vaux-le-vicomte, Maincy, Seine-et-marne, France. View f...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Farnese, Caprarola, Lazio, Italy. Whispering Herms, Casino G...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Lante, Bagnaia, Lazio, Italy. Fountain of Pegasus, Photograp...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Lante, Bagnaia, Lazio, Italy. Fountain of the Giants, Photog...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Lante, Bagnaia, Lazio, Italy. Casino Parterre, Photograph Nu...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Lante, Bagnaia, Lazio, Italy. Stairway, Photograph Number 16486V

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Gamberaia, Settignano, Tuscany, Italy. Pathway, Photograph N...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Lante, Bagnaia, Lazio, Italy. Stairway, Photograph Number 16488V

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa La Pietra, Via Bolognese, 120, Florence, Tuscany, Italy. Sta...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Cliveden, Viscount Waldorf Astor House, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, E...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Chateau of Bréau, Dammarie-lès-lys, Seine-et-marne, France. Alley,...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Aldobr Ini, Frascati, Lazio, Italy. Water Theater, Photograp...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Aldobr Ini, Frascati, Lazio, Italy. Water Theater Steps, the...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Chateau of Chenonceau, Chenonceau, Indre-et-loire, France. Parterr...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Farnese, Caprarola, Lazio, Italy. View to Casino, Photograph...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa Lante, Bagnaia, Lazio, Italy. Fountain of the Moors, Photogr...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa I Tatti, Ponte a Mensola, Near Settignano, Italy. View from ...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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Villa I Tatti, Ponte a Mensola, Near Settignano, Italy. View to Vi...

By: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Description: Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve prominence as a photographer. Trained at the Académie Julian in Paris, she studied photography upon her return to Washington, D.C., in the mid-1880s opened a professional studio circa 1890. Her family's social position gave Johnston access to the First Family leading Washington political figures launched her career as a photojournalist portrait photographer. Johnston tur...

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