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The lost women: forgotten female photographers brought to light – in pictures

US President Theodore Roosevelt, Edith Roosevelt and David Rowland at the Universal Exposition in St Louis, Missouri, 1904. By Jessie Tarbox Beals She may have won her first camera in a competition, but Tarbox Beals was soon taking historic pictures of American life. In particular, her images of the St Louis World Fair in 1904 are highly regarded – especially considering the 50lb in camera equipment, ankle-length dresses and big hats she was required to cart around with her.