Tuesday, March 3, 2020

James Robert Anglin




Photographer: Anglin & Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree St., Atlanta, GA.
Seven more examples HERE

This is an auction site example, not in the LOST GALLERY collection. The photographer was reviewed here by request.

A review of Charles Randall is HERE

James Robert Anglin
(1868 - 1847)

1868 Dec 30
Anderson, SC, state records, James Robert Anglin is born to John Sewell Anglin and Sarah Caroline Roberts
1880
Atlanta, GA, US census as student res 213 Haynes
1883, 1884
Atlanta, GA, city directory JOHN S Anglin as clerk; res 213 Haynes
1885
Atlanta, GA, city directory Robert Anglin as artist; res 213 Haynes
1886, 1887
Atlanta, GA, city directory J Robert Anglin as retoucher; bds 213 Haynes
1888
Atlanta, GA, city directory J Robert Anglin as operator for MM and WH Gardner; res 213 Haynes
1889, 1890, 1891, 1892
Atlanta, GA, city directory J Robert Anglin as retoucher for MM and WH Gardner; res 213 Haynes

1893
Atlanta, GA, city directory Anglin NOT listed;
1894
Atlanta, GA, city directory James R Anglin as photographer with Anglin & Randall (Charles E Randall), 75 ½ Peachtree; res 71 w Harris; Jo F Anglin as clerk for Kattenhorn & Day; B Anglin as cashier at Taylor and Galphin all are residents at 71 w Harris;
1895, 1896, 1897
Atlanta, GA, city directory Anglin as photographer with Anglin and Randall at 75 1/5 Peachtree; res 450 Courtland;
1898
Atlanta, GA, city directory Anglin no occupation shown, Res 450 Courtland;
1899
Atlanta, GA, city directory Anglin as clerk for Railroad Mail Service, res 269 Ivy (also John S and John T at same address);
1900
Atlanta, GA, city directory Anglin as clerk for RMS, res 269 Ivy (also John T and Sallie, widow of John S);
1900 Jun 13
Atlanta, GA, US census James Anglin as postal clerk; res 269 Ivy; mother Sallie, brother Willie and sister Stella at same address

1901
Atlanta, GA, city directory Anglin as clerk for RMS, res 269 Ivy (also John T and Sallie, widow of John S and Miss Stella and William)
1902
Atlanta, GA, city directory James R Anglin as clerk for R M S; res 269 Ivy (also Sarah C, wid of J S, WR as clerk)
1903
Atlanta, GA, city directory James R Anglin as clerk for R M S; res 269 Ivy (also Sarah C, wid of J S)
1904 circa
Augusta, SC, James R Anglin moves to South Carolina with mother and two siblings
1905 Jul 01
Savanah and Augusta, GA, civil service list, Anglin is listed as a railway postal clerk
1910 Apr 15
Schultz, SC, US census, James R Anglin as a postal clerk, res Georgia av
1920 Jan 15
Augusta, SC, US census, James R Anglin as a postal transfer clerk, res 713 Georgia av
1930 Apr 08
August, GA, US census, James R Anglin as postal clerk; res 618 ½ Greene st





1940 Apr 08
Lamar, GA, US census, James R Anglin as no occupation shown
1947 Mar 06
Lamar, GA, state records, James R Anglin dies at age 78

So it appears that James R Anglin worked as retoucher and operator for another studio before joining Charles E Randall in a partnership at 75 1/2 Peachtree in 1894. They worked together until 1897. Then Anglin drops out of the photography business to become a postal clerk and never returns.


Atlanta (GA) Constitution - 03 Jun 1894

Atlanta (GA) Constitution - 21 Nov 1894


Atlanta (GA) Constitution - 29 Nov 1895


Atlanta (GA) Constitution - 19 Jul 1896


photographer: Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta, GA
example from Atlanta Collectibles

photographer: Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta, GA
example from auction site
(Note slightly different imprint)

Evansville (IN) Press - 23 Jan 1907
Probably Charles W

A review of Charles Randall is HERE
Evansville (IN) Press - 15 Nov 1907


Evansville (IN) Press - 18 Mar 1908

Evansville (IN) Press - 05 Jun 1909

Evansville (IN) Press - 06 May 1912





photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from pinterest

photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from auction site

photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from auction site

photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from Atlanta Collections


photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from Atlanta Collections

photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from Atlanta Collections

photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from Atlanta Collections


photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from Atlanta Collections


photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from Atlanta Collections

photographer Anglin and Randall
75 1/2 Peachtree, Atlanta GA
example from Atlanta Collectibles on Flickr

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