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Subject's City: Lake

Subject's State: WI

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Subject's Country: UNITED STATES

Date: 1851-1900

Photographer: GOMBER

Photographer's City: Lake

Photographer's State: WI

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Type** : CC

Comments: (Nee: ) | Lake WI UNITED STATES | 1851-1900 | Comments: Archive Note 12/05/2005 Thanks to Tom Pearson for the following information on the Photographer ** He is Joseph C. Gomber 1853-1928. I don't think he worked at this trade very long. He received a patent for a photographic accessory in 1888. I have never seen an add where he was a photographer. I think most of his photos are of my family of Gomber's . Plus Joseph Gomber actually lived in Lake, which is now on the south side of Milwaukee. ** also **Milwaukee Sentinel 22 June 1883 4/6 Among The Artists Joseph C. Gomber, a portrait painter, has a piece on exhibition at Riemer's, representing one of his own little girls. He is now engaged reproducing a small tin-type on the canvas. A picture he painted of Jac. Kopf was quite satisfactory to that gentleman, who is foreman of hook-and-ladder truck No. 3. Gomber expects to paint a sketch as soon as he finds time from his professional duties. He has in his office original portraits of Columbus and Muritlo. He was in Los Angeles by 1900.

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