Maureen Taylor is an internationally recognized expert on photograph identification and genealogy, bringing together her knowledge and skills in history and research into family stories while giving insight into the invention and development of photography itself. Maureen has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The View, The Today Show, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, MSNBC and The New York Times.
Day At A Glance
Personal Consultations with Maureen Taylor*
Identifying and Dating Early Family Photographs
An interactive lecture on discovering who's who in your family photos.
Ten easy steps for naming those unidentified pictures tucked away in shoe boxes.
Preserving Family Photographs - 1839 to Present
From daguerreotypes to digital imaging dilemmas,
everything you need to know about caring for photos.
1:15 - 2:15
Hair-steria: Celebrities and Their Historical Look Alikes
Dating clues and interpretation of new and old hairstyles,
woven into a fun look at hairstyles in family photos.
The Last Muster: Photographs & Stories from the American Revolution
Many individuals who participated in the American Revolution lived beyond the advent of
photography in 1839. Learn about the detective work involved in uncovering these "misplaced" pictures. Hear the stories of the men and women who were members of the first photographed generation.
* You can schedule your own 5 minute consultation with The PhotoDetective through her web site.
Note: There is an additional fee for this service.