Frank Wendt, Photographer.

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Other than Charles Eisenmann, Frank Wendt was the most well-known freak and dime museum photographer of the 19th Century. Wendt was Charles Eisenmann's protege, successor and son-in-law, taking over his father-in-law's business in 1893 at 229 Bowery in New York City. Wendt cabinet cards have been seen with dates as late as 1913.