Introduction
Jessie Tarbox Beals (December 23, 1870 – May 30, 1942) was an American photographer, the first published female photojournalist in the United States and the first female night photographer. She is best known for her freelance news photographs, particularly of the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, and portraits of places such as Bohemian Greenwich Village. Her trademarks were her self-described "ability to hustle" and her tenacity in overcoming gender barriers in her profession.
Wikidata
Q6187840
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Nationalities
American, Canadian
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Photojournalist, Photographer
Name
Jessie Tarbox Beals
Ulan
500007393
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