This vintage photograph features a mother pulling her daughter in a wooden wagon. The photograph appears to have been taken during the winter. The child is bundled in a heavy coat and has her hand protected from the cold by a fur muff. She is sitting on a heavy blanket. Mom is also prepared for winter. She is wearing a long dress and is accessorized with a fur scarf and she has fur cuffs on her sleeves. This photographed was purchased from a collector in England. A sticker on the reverse of the photo indicates the photographer’s name. His name is Oscar Hurt, though I am not certain about the accuracy of his last name since the writing is difficult to decipher. This photograph measures about 4 1/2 x 6 1/4.   (SOLD)

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  1. Dresses of that era always fascinated me, and just now a thought occurred: those folds were good for one thing–to catch crumbs that fell during a snack or meal.

  2. That looks like a cradle that has had the rockers removed and replaced with wheels. The lady looks much too finely dressed to be ‘pulling’ that dirty dusty wagon. Isn’t the child unhappy!

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