Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Photo Number 392

A Joyce Jr Pam The photo today is a young family with two little girls, they are close together in age..they might even be twins.  I think this photo was probably taken in the late 1890’s because of the poufy sleeves on the dresses.  This is a cabinet card, and the dark green color card was popular in the 1890’s.

The photographer is A. Joyce Jr. of Housatonic, Mass.  This is another of Pam’s photos.

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8 comments:

  1. Beautiful site, i like so much!
    I have some pictures of this type

    Kisses from Spain :)

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  2. I can see where little girls get their urge to wear boots later on - those are really nice ones they have on - and the matching clothes - I agree that they look "twin-ish". :)

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  3. A thrill and a thing of pride, having a picture taken in those days. It still can be. Those were the charming, early days of photography. Thank you, for sharing!

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  4. I adore this!
    I am in love with the 1890's.

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  5. Is it just an illusion or does the foot of the girl on the left look odd to anyone else? It would be her left foot.

    Norkio

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  6. I believe this is a memorial photo as well. Families would pose with the deceased in a lifelike pose. Often they would paint the eyes open after the photo was taken. Sadly I think this little one did not survive to adulthood. Soo sad. You can see clues. The closed eyes the placement of her hands and feet.

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