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ca 1850’s hand-tinted daguerreotype portrait of a young woman posed in front of a cloud backdrop. Amazing   striped silk dress and fringe sleeve caps. Beautiful gold jewelry and cute side ringlet curls.

Antique Victorian era photo, circa [gorgeous hand-tinted daguerreotype portrait of a young woman posed in front of a cloud backdrop], Kilburn via Stereographica, Antique Photographica.

Lady c. 1850's with a very unique hairstyle, poses for her portrait.

Smiling Victorian, c. 1850 *She has an expression of such intensity and it seems to me, suppressed excitement. Doesn't she look as if she's going to jump right out of that chair? Unusual for Victorian photographic portraits.

Red as the Rose, Handtinted English Ambrotype, Circa 1855 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Red as the Rose, Handtinted English Ambrotype, Circa 1855 pre civil war era fashion - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Girls Ride Horses Too

1850 [portrait of a young girl on a rocking horse] civil war era fashion. And look how fashionable she is, sitting side saddle!

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Absolutely magnificent daguerreotype in every way! The subject is such a little doll.

Sixth plate daguerreotype of 2 sisters

WLLW Women Khaki Asymmetric Hem Short Sleeve with Sequin Inserts Shirt Top

ca. 1850’s, [portrait of a woman and a gentleman, holding their guitar and a violin respectively] via Cowan’s Auctions

Look Susan! A parlor guitar! [daguerreotype portrait of a woman and a gentleman, holding their guitar and a violin respectively] via Cowan’s Auctions

This portrait of (Anna) Miriam Bailey Easterly, dated August 1849, may be the earliest of the Easterly daguerreotypes in the collection. Easterly produced it nearly a year before his marriage to Miriam, in June 1850. It is unknown how Thomas and Miriam met, but it may have been through a sitting like this one.

(Anna) Miriam Bailey Easterly, dated August probably the earliest of the Thomas Easterly daguerreotypes .

*CIVIL WAR NURSE ~  Miranda Sneed (nee Adkins; Feb. 17, 1809 - Aug. 22, 1878) and her husband, Sebron Graham Sneed Sr., arrived in Austin, Texas, in 1848. They were prominent in local politics and were strong supporters of secession in 1861. Their home served as a recruiting station for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War and later was used as a hospital for wounded soldiers.

[daguerreotype portrait of Miranda Adkins Sneed in a fine dress and lace gloves] “ Miranda Adkins Sneed, wife of Sebron Graham Sneed and mother of eleven children, arrived in Austin in.

1850

I love this photograph, it's like a perfect victorian Wednesday Addams: Early Victorian daguerreotype portrait of a woman, ca 1850

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