Archive for category Cabinet Card Photos

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Cabinet Card of a Young Woman

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 11 September, 2013

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Can you help identify this woman? I have a few questions about the photo.

  • What is the approximate date the photo was taken?
  • What is the approximate age of the woman in the photo?
  • What is the photographers name? I can easily read Oscar. Is the last name Dummar?
  • It looks like a real formal photograph. What might have been the occasion for the photo?

If you have any thoughts about this photo, I would love to hear from you.

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Almost Wordless Wednesday: Young Woman from Brooklyn, New York

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 1 May, 2013

Can you help identify this woman? When was the studio in business at this location?

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Approximate Date of Picture: Unknown, perhaps around 1900?

Description of Picture: young woman

Size of Picture: 4.25″ * 6.5″

Type of Picture: Cabinet Card

Possible Subject or Family Group: Sanders – Fryher

Studio:v Reynolds, 507 Grand Street (Old No. 403) Brooklyn, N.Y.

Dates the Studio was in business: Unknown

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Cabinet Card of a middle aged woman in Brooklyn, New York

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Almost Wordless Wednesday: Middle Aged Man, New Britain, Connecticut about 1900

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 24 April, 2013

Can you provide any clues as to the identity of this man?

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Approximate Date of Picture: 1898 – 1905

Description of Picture: middle aged man

Size of Picture: 4.25″ * 6.5″

Type of Picture: Cabinet Card

Possible Subject or Family Group: Sanders – Fryher

Studio: Cottage Studio 170 Elm Street New Britain, Conn

Dates the Studio was in business: 1898 – 1905 at the location of 170 Elm Street

Cabinet Card of a middle aged man in New Britain, Connecticut

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Wordless Wednesday: 1890s Cabinet Card of a baby

Posted by Jim Sanders on Wednesday, 6 February, 2013

This is a cabinet card photo of a baby taken in the late 1890s. You can tell this by the address of the studio and when this studio was in business at that address. It is almost certainly my great Aunt Florence (Sanders) Buck.

Patrick Fraher/Fryher Civil War Veteran - tin type photo

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