Posted 1 year ago
Here's a different angle of the well-photographed Monterey Cypresses at Point Lobos - near Carmel California by Lewis Josselyn. i found this info on the photographer: Lewis Josselyn (9/13/1883 - 3/14/1964)
He was born in San Diego and came to Carmel with his family in 1914.
Was the official photographer for the Forest Theater in Carmel. He also photographed all over California, including the California Missions, Yosemite, the Redwoods, life in Carmel and the Monterey Bay area, and the building of Highway 1 along the Big Sur coast—including the construction of Bixby Creek Bridge south of Carmel and the Big Sur Post Office. We have in the Josselyn collection a series of negatives of Jo Mora (1876-1947) Sculptor, artist and writer in his studio in Pebble Beach with a number of his works. And Robinson Jeffers and Tor House, the 1924 fires of the Oil Tanks and Del Monte Hotel
Holdings: 5”x7” and 6½x8½ glass plates and film negatives, and original prints. to see more photos by Josselyn.
We have over 3,800 images by Lewis Josselyn a gift from his widow.
The front is signed on the bottom and it printed info on the back. any idea as to when this photo was produced? thank you!