This picture of Berenice Spurr (nee Snyder) is only a little bigger than an average size photobooth photo. I have not been able to find out much about her, but what I do know is in this post on my photobooth photo blog.
Another funny face to a pretty one. Gosh he was a sweetie, my Horton! Another 8 x 10 from the 1920s.
A loving couple, Horton Spurr and his wife Berenice. More of their story can be found here.
There is no information about this picture on the back, so I cannot tell you anything about it. It is Horton Spurr and he was cool. Enough said.
I have tried to find a record of the old newspaper in which this photo and presumably an article appeared, without any luck, so far. I love the crop marks and the retouching that was done to highlight Horton’s features for the newspaper printing. All photos are 8 x 10 inches. More to come.
This is Berenice. Horton loved Berenice. Berenice loved Read the rest of this entry »
As well as being Douglas Fairbanks Junior’s double, Horton Spurr had a successful solo career as a comic. Read the rest of this entry »