This cabinet card photograph presents Dolly, Mable, Francis, Nellie, Lottie?, and Daisy standing behind a brick wall. Their names are pencilled on the reverse of the card, The girls are all wearing tams. Tams are of Scottish origin and are woolen caps with a round flat top that projects all around the head. Girls tuck their hair under the cap and the cap has pom pom on its center top. The image was photographed by Griffin and Colburn of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Research reveals that Griffin is George T. Griffin (1858-?), who was a native of Pennsylvania.

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