This post cabinet card era photograph features a portrait of a beautiful well dressed woman. She is wearing a large and unusual hat. In my opinion, calling the hat unusual is an act of kindness. There are certainly more befitting descriptions. The identity and location of the photographer responsible for this very fine photograph is unknown. There is an inscription on the reverse of the image reveals that this lovely lady’s name is “E. Snider Smith”. This photograph measures about 5 3/4″ x 4″.


Published in: on July 18, 2016 at 12:00 pm  Comments (1)  
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  1. My mother used to tell me, ‘There is no accounting for taste’. So be it here. Things haven’t changed. Now, I see people appearing as guests on TV show dressed worse than any bum once thrown off of a freight train. C’est la vie. Still, she looks like someone it would have been nice to know (no accounting for taste?). Thanks for sharing these marvelous sometime images.

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