Friday, June 26, 2020

Benjamin A Mink



Photographer: Scholl & Mink
715 Halsted St.
Chicago
(Also listed under SCHOLL.)

Chicago city directories for 1882, 1885, 1889 and 1991 show B. A. Mink as a photographer. A news item in the Chicago Interocean newspaper, 24 Jan 1885, shows John R. Scholl filed a bill in the circuit court against Benjamin A. Mink to dissolve co-partnership. From that evidence, the cabinet card here could have been finished between 1882 and 1885.

There is a seemingly endless array of legal notices about Mink and relatives, in law suits in Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. He looks much like a bit of a flimflam artist.








photographer Scholl and Mink
715 Halsted, Chicago, IL
example from auction site


photographer B A Mink
example found at Mospace

reverse of card at left

photographer B A Mink
Chicago, IL
From Flickr member Chris on Flickr

photographer Scholl and Mink
715 South Halstear st, Chicago, IL
example from Passing Thru


photographer: Scholl
Philadelphia
example from auction site

photographer: Scholl
Philadelphia
example from auction site

photographer: Scholl
Philadelphia
example from New York City Library

photographer: Scholl
553 Halstead Street, Chicago, IL
example from RSSING.com, no credit given


photographer: Scholl
Philadelphia
CDV example from pinterest

photographer: Scholl
547 S Halstead, Philadelphia, PA
example from auction site

Not the one you were looking for? Here's the photographer's INDEX by name. Listed here are all the Cabinet Card photographers of the 19th century found in LOST GALLERY. This is a work in progress. For a look at the original postings go to LOST GALLERY.

Some examples on this page have been enhanced or restored for clarity and presentation here.

This page is free for educational and research purposes only but, as always, if the original owner of any of these examples objects to the use on this page, they will be immediately removed.

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