Fashion Date:Circa 1888-1892
Hairstyle Description: This hairstyle proves what goes around comes around. This hairstyle was fashionable in 1890s and 1990s. Her bangs are curls and brushed backward. The remainder of her hair is free flowing.
Costume Description: The kick-up sleeves on this bodice is the key factor for identifying this time period. She is also wearing a corsage that can hint of a graduation.
Identification Marks on Photo
Name of Sitter:None provided
Type of Photo: Cabinet Card, Size of image, 4.25" W X 6.5" H
Studio: Collins' Ground Floor Studio
Studio Location: 104 East First St., Oswego, New York, USA
Date: None provided
Other information: Labeled on the front "French Enamels." Printed on back of card: "Removed to Store 104 East First Street, fourth door south of bridge."
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