FLOR500, Garden 408 Julian Dimock, Photographer (1873–1945) Together with his father, A.W. Dimock, Julian captured extraordinary images of Florida Seminole Indians from 1905–1910 as they ventured into the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp. These beautiful photographs show daily Seminole life during a time when they had little contact with the non-Seminole world. Dimock’s original glass negatives are housed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
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Julian Dimock, Photographer 

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Julian Dimock, Photographer 

(1873–1945)

Together with his father, A.W. Dimock, Julian captured extraordinary images of Florida Seminole Indians from 1905–1910 as they ventured into the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp. These beautiful photographs show daily Seminole life during a time when they had little contact with the non-Seminole world. Dimock’s original glass negatives are housed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.



 




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