Wolff, Gretter, Cusick and Hill Photography Studio Daybooks

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Wolff, Gretter, Cusick and Hill Photography Studio Daybooks
Several photographers successively occupied a studio at Number 43, St. Clair Street, Frankfort, Ky.: Wolff from ca. 1898 to 1902; Gretter from 1902 to 1917; and Cusick from ca. 1920 to his death in 1933. The business was then maintained by Cusick's widow, Anna, and her brothers George A. Hill (who began his own studio ca. 1942) and Joseph F. Hill who took most of the photos from ca. 1945 to 1958. Five ledgers, the photographers' day books, list photographs taken from ca. 1901 to ca. 1958. These books list numbered photo jobs by year for each letter of the alphabet, usually under the name of the person or organization who commissioned the photograph.

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MIC98_Book1

MIC98_Book1

216 pages: 70% complete (100% transcribed, 30% needs review)
MIC98_Book2

MIC98_Book2

162 pages: 78% complete (100% transcribed, 22% needs review)
MIC98_Book3

MIC98_Book3

132 pages: 71% complete (99% transcribed, 28% needs review)
MIC98_Book4

MIC98_Book4

210 pages: 73% complete (99% transcribed, 26% needs review)
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MIC98_Book5

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