The photograph is signed on the verso in pencil. Probably taken originally as a product shot. James L. Dillon and Company was one of the oldest photography studios in Philadelphia--well over 100 years old. James L. Dillon's son Theodore entered the business in the mid-1920s and later took over the company after his father died in the 1930s. Eisenman, a graduate of Antonelli's School of Photography, began an apprenticeship with Theodore Dillon in 1945. Upon Dillon's retirement in 1968, Eisenman took over the commercial studio.
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Medium Silver print
Photo Date 1950s Print Date 1950s
Dimensions 7-7/16 x 9-7/16 in. (189 x 240 mm)
Photo Country United States (USA)
Photographer Country United States (USA)
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