|Paul Manship Holding his Daughter Sarah|
|Reginald Marsh with his Family|
Other photos I’ve found are staged in way that (whether unintentional or not) are sure to elicit a laugh or two from the viewer. Had there been social media websites or image sharing blogs in the early 20th century, these would have surely been popular entries. Below, John Carroll with friends and fellow artists strike a humorous pose for the camera, and Marguerite and William Zorach choose an inventive way to send their holiday greetings:
|(John Carroll with artist friends), ca. 1930|
|Marguerite and William Zorach|
You can search for more group portraits in the Juley Collection as well as our other Photo Archives on SIRIS.