06.07.09 by Jeff

Alison Malone

The Daughters of Job, a fascinating photo series by Alison Malone exploring the secret society known as Job’s Daughters. Malone was a member of the society in the early 90’s.

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york

alison malone the daughters of job job's photographer photography new york













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Very interesting. What’s the society all about?

  • Jordan

    http://www.iojd.org/ – Homepage of Job’s Daughters International.

  • last one is great

  • These scare the hell out of me…(great photography) but the places and those creepy wemon…eww. RUN!!!!

  • emily

    i was captivated by the fourth, at first i didnt notice the second pair of hands…

  • Justin

    Pretty neat. There’s a Grand Lodge here. Supposedly one of the oldest buildings in the city and the building is beautiful. I’ve never been in it though.

    Nice photography.

  • Nettie

    oh man, my mom used to work at the masonic temple in town when i was little. i’d wander around and get kinda lost in those exact sorts of creepy rooms!





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