This nicely dressed portly gentleman is posing for his portrait at the studio of Golder & Robinson in New York City. He appears as if he just walked in off the street and didn’t take the time to remove his overcoat and fur hat.  His pocket watch and a couple of rings are visible.To view other photos by this studio click on the category “Golder & Robinson”.

Published in: on February 18, 2010 at 12:01 am  Comments (2)  
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  1. William Jones Golder of Sebattus, ME, 1842-1882. The earliest record of his studio which I have found is 1868. He lived in NYC 18 years. He is buried Wood Lawn in The Bronx.

    • Thanks for doing the research that produced the background information about william jones golder. Welcome to the “vast unpaid research department” of the cabinet card gallery. Thanks again.

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