Longfellow’s Evangeline

April is National Poetry Month. So, what better way for poetry lovers to celebrate than with this photograph, which has never been printed or exhibited before. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-82) had a ritual of saving the pencil that he used to compose a poem, which he kept with a handwritten note to document the occasion.Continue reading “Longfellow’s Evangeline”

“The Diary of Theodosia Ford” – Photographs by Xiomaro at Women’s Rights National Historical Park

http://www.xiomaro.com | Contact SENECA FALLS | Ask the average person to name an important woman of the American Revolution and they might think of Betsy Ross, believed to have made the first American flag for George Washington.  A fine art photographic exhibit opening on July 1 at Women’s Rights National Historical Park seeks to introduce a newContinue reading ““The Diary of Theodosia Ford” – Photographs by Xiomaro at Women’s Rights National Historical Park”