1864 – Born on January 1st in Hoboken, New Jersey. Stieglitz promoted his Photo-Secessionist and Pictorialist movements by publishing the journals, “Camera Notes” and “Camera Work”.
1883 – Enrolled at Berlin Polytechnic.
– Alfred Stieglitz became a photography student in Germany, going on to become an influential figure in the development of the medium and also artists of other disciplines.
1893 – Married Emmeline Obermeyer.
1905- He founded the Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession with the help of Edward Steichen, located at 291 Fifth Avenue in New York City.
– He organized many exhibitions at the gallery that later became known as “291,” helping to put photography on the same level as painting and sculpture.
1924 – Married Georgia O’Keeffe.
– His early photographs were done in the Pictorialist style, but he later focused on specific subjects, including series done of New York City and his wife Georgia O’Keeffe.
1946 – He died on July 13th in New York City.
1965-1973 – He was the subject of the books "Alfred Stieglitz: Photographer" by Doris Bry, "Alfred Stieglitz Talking" by Herbert J. Seligmann and "Alfred Stieglitz, An American Seer" by Dorothy Norman.