john dubas

Deutsches Emigrantenhaus (German Immigrant House)
1308 Beason Street, Baltimore, Maryland
December 29, 1904
John Dubas (fl. 1904-1973)
4 ½ x 3 ½ inch glass negative
Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Maryland Historical Society
MC9168 A

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Dubas Family backyard picnic
Baltimore, Maryland
July 29, 1905
John Dubas (fl. 1905-1973)
4x5 inch glass negative
Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection
Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Maryland Historical Society
MC9179 .1
MC9179 .2
MC9179 .3

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Clothing, ca. 1900-1915, as photographed by John Dubas. 

All photographs by John Dubas (fl. 1904-1973), in or near Baltimore. Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection, Baltimore City Life Museum Collection, Maryland Historical Society:

Francois Dubas, father to John Dubas
July 7, 1907
John Dubas
MC9482 

Portrait of unidentified man in suit, bowtie, hat
ca. 1915
John Dubas
MC9453 

Portrait of unidentified, young man in tie
ca. 1914
John Dubas
MC9457 

Lisy Dubas and Rosy Dubas
May 31, 1908
John Dubas 
MC9480

Women posed on tree
May 1, 1910
John Dubas
MC9443 .3

Dubas Family: Mother, Father, Francois, Jr.
January 23, 1907
John Dubas
MC9484

John Dubas with Speedgun Speedgraphic large format camera
March 9, 1943
Unidentified photographer
8 x 10 inch film negative
Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Maryland Historical Society
MC9519 .1

This is probably a self-portrait in Baltimore, as this is where Dubas lived and worked as a photographer (more specifically, he lived in East Baltimore). He is one of the best photographers this city has seen, but for whatever reason, not many people have heard of him today. 
 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Mount Royal Station
1400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Maryland
circa 1907
John Dubas (fl. 1905-1973)
(Possibly 5x7 inch glass negative)
Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection
Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Maryland Historical Society
MC9070

[Children in alley]
Baltimore, Maryland
circa 1915
John Dubas (fl. 1904-1973)
5x7 inch glass negative
Arthur U. Hooper Memorial Collection
Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Maryland Historical Society
MC9101