Harris & Ewing photo studio
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Harris & Ewing photo studio je název fotografického studia, které vlastnili George W. Harris a Martha Ewing se sídlem ve Washingtonu. Jejich snímky jsou základem sbírky Harris & Ewing Collection v majetku Library of Congress.
- Livingston, Michael."Harris & Ewing Collection", Library of Congress, 2000-11-13. Ověřeno k 2011-01-11. "The Harris & Ewing Collection of photographic negatives includes glass and film negatives taken by Harris & Ewing, Inc., which photographed people, events, and architecture, particularly in Washington, D.C., during the period 1905-1945. Harris & Ewing, Inc., gave its collection of negatives to the Library in 1955."
- Livingston, Michael."Harris & Ewing studio was photographer to presidents", Washington Business Journal, 2000-11-13. Ověřeno k 2011-01-11. "Before George W. Harris and Martha Ewing opened their studio here in 1905, Harris covered the Johnstown, Pa., flood of 1889 as a rookie news photographer. After working at Hearst News Service in San Francisco from 1900 to 1903, he joined Roosevelt's press entourage on a train trip. According to the papers nominating the studio to the National Register of Historic Places, "the president personally urged him to start a photographic news service in Washington because it was so difficult at that time for out-of-town newspapers to get timely photographs of notable people and events in the Nation's Capital.""
- Bain Bain News Service Collection - sbírka děl fotografa George Granthama Baina