The Dressmaker

Abt. 1895 Here is another cabinet card from the Pinney album, which I found in an antique shop in Fremont, Indiana.  This image was not identified, but upon researching the family some years ago, I was pretty certain I knew the name of the sitter, based on the fact that she was the only female... Continue Reading →

Wedding Bells

What better time than Valentine's Day to feature photos of couples from my collection. These first two cabinet photos were found at an antique mall in Auburn, Indiana.  The previous owner removed them from an album and noted on the back what was written on the discarded album pages. The photos, individually, are not identifiable,... Continue Reading →

In Mourning

This is a carte de visite, also known as a CDV, of a woman in mourning.  During the Victorian era, mourning clothes were a display of one's sorrow.  Note the black veil she is wearing. On the back of the CDV is the photographer’s information which reveals that the photo was taken by Baird on... Continue Reading →

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