Sunday, January 26, 2020

Thomas H Stout


Photographer:
Stout
Unionville, Missouri

It appears that Thomas H, Stout spent most of his career in photography in Unionville, Missouri. There was no city directory for Unionville and only one mention in an 1881 Missouri Gazetteer so the documents are sparse.

Thomas H Stout
(22 Jan 1850 - 01 Mar 1919)

1850
Clark County, IL, state records Thomas Stout is born to Sylvanus Stout and Rebecca Stanfield
1960 Jun 12
Monroe, IN, US census, Thomas Stout at age 10, living with parents
1870 Jul 20
Croyden, IA, US census Thomas Stout as photographic artist
1873 Nov 30
Union, Putnam, MO, US census Thomas Stout and Ida Putnam are married
1880 Jun 14
Union, Putnam, MO, US census Thomas Stout as photographer

1881
Union, MO, Missouri State Gazetteer Thomas Stout as photographer
1882
NOT in Chicago, IL, city directory
Note: There is no Union, MO, or Chicago, IL, city directory for 1882 or 1883 available; Stout was probably still in Union, MO these years
1884
Mar 12 in Chicago, IL, Thomas Stout's daughter Grace is born
1885
NOT in Chicago, IL, city directory
1900 Jun 14
Unionville, MO, US census, Thomas Stout as photographer
1910 Apr 24
Union, MO, US census Thomas Stout as photographer
1919 Mar 26
Unionville, MO, Thomas Stout dies at age 69
Note: Union, MO, and Unionville, MO, are not the same city.

This cabinet card could have been made any time between about 1870 and 1919.

St Joseph (MO) Gazete - 03 Mar 1919




photographer: Stout
Unionville, MO
example from Rescued Photo



The cards just below are from photographers named Stout. So far, no connection has been made
to Stout of Unionville, MO.

Indeed, there were several photographers named Stout in the cabinet card era.


photographer: Stout
307 Northampton Street, Easton, PA
example from auction site




photographer: Stout
307 Northampton Street, Easton, PA
example from auction site

reverse of card at left

Note the same props are used in the following three cards.


photographer: Stout
307 Northampton Street, Easton, PA
example from auction site

photographer: Stout
307 Northampton Street, Easton, PA
example from auction site

photographer: Stout
307 Northampton Street, Easton, 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.

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