Boysen Studio

Yosemite, California, USA (Photographer, Printer)
In 1897, Julius Theodore Boysen (1868–1939and Arthur C. Pillsbury (1870–1946) opened a photography printing studio in Yosemite, California, using the photographs that Pillsbury had taken during his summers in Yosemite between 1895 and 1897. In 1898, Boysen opened his own shop, and in 1925, he moved to the New Village, having built the shop known as the Pohono Studio. Much of his business involved the printing of postcards, often from photographs taken by amateur photographers. After Boysen's death, his wife managed the business until her death in 1943, when the business was sold to Yosemite Park and Curry Company.
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