Ralph Middleton Munroe (1851–1933) and his uncle, Alfred Munroe (1817–1904), Photographers Photographs show us the past, perhaps better than any other medium. In 1883, amateur photographer Ralph Munroe began shooting the earliest known pictures of the Miami region. Alfred Munroe also took up photography a few years later. Their beautiful images of the people and places around Biscayne Bay reveal a wilderness, its pioneers, and its winter visitors during the region’s last years as a frontier. FLOR500, Garden 450
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Ralph Middleton Munroe and his uncle Alfred Munroe
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Ralph Middleton Munroe (1851–1933) and his uncle, Alfred Munroe (1817–1904)

Photographers

Photographs show us the past, perhaps better than any other medium. In 1883, amateur photographer Ralph Munroe began shooting the earliest known pictures of the Miami region. Alfred Munroe also took up photography a few years later. Their beautiful images of the people and places around Biscayne Bay reveal a wilderness, its pioneers, and its winter visitors during the region’s last years as a frontier.






 




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