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Online Library of Selected Images:
-- ART TOPICS -- Photographers --
Family names beginning with the letter A
This page lists some of the photographers with A- family names whose works are available through the Online Library.
Note: The Online Library's listing of photographers is, as yet, very incomplete. Therefore, if you do not find the A-named photographer you seek in the list below, we suggest the use of a search engine to attempt to locate relevant images. If that does not produce satisfactory results, contact the Photographic Section concerning other research options.
A-named photographers are listed below in alphabetical order. Scan down the list until you find the one you want, then click
its entry to access appropriate image pages.
(active at Chefoo, China, during the 1930s). Name also spelled "Ah-Fung"
(active at Devonport, England, during the 1920s and 1930s). Also listed as "Abrahams & Sons"
- Adzima, L.D.,
Photographer's Mate 2nd Class, USN (active 1971)
- Aero Photographers. (active at Sausalito, California, 1967)
- Aero Service Corporation. (active at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1921)
- Agar, Photographer's Mate, USN, (in service, 1972)
(active at Chefoo, China, during the 1930s). Name also spelled "A-Fung"
- Allen, Charles F.. (active at New York City, 1919)
- Allen & Horton, (Active at Boston, Massachusetts, during the Civil War era)
- Alleyne, A.A.,
Chief Warrant Officer Two, USN (active circa 1992)
- Allison, J. W., (active at New York City, 1919)
- Anderson, B.M.,
Chief Photographer's Mate, USN (in service at Naples, Italy,
- Angelus Commercial
Studio, (active at Portland, Oregon, circa late 1930s)
- Anthony, E.,
(active at New York City, circa the 1860s)
- Antoine, Francis L., Photographer's Mate 2nd Class, USN, (in service, 1963)
- Arcade View Company, (active
at San Diego, California, circa the "19-teens")
- Archey, N.A.,
Photographer's Mate 1st Class, USN (in service, 1961)
- Army Transport Photo Company, (active at New York City, 1919. Possibly a company name used by E. Muller, Jr.)
(active in 1962)
- Aston, (active in California,
- Aswegan, Photographer's Mate 3rd Class, USN (in service, 1976)
To the best of our knowledge, the pictures referenced here are
all in the Public Domain, and can therefore be freely downloaded
and used for any purpose.
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Page made 3 January 2004
New photographer added 11 May 2008