Magritte in Colorado by Milton McFarland Painter Sr., ca. 1910s
A self-taught photographer, Milton McFarland Painter Sr. produced images of Friars Point, Mississippi, regions surrounding Coahoma County, and vacation stops across the western United States, Mexico, and Canada from about 1912 to the 1920s. Painter was especially interested in the Mississippi River, its levees and lakes, and the steamboats that made frequent stops in Friars Point. He used a Kodak camera that generated three-inch by five-inch (3”x5”) negatives, which he meticulously cataloged and filed.
source: Mississipi Archives