An nicely dressed adorable little girl poses for her cabinet card photograph at the Schoonmaker studio in Albany, New York. She certainly does not appear to too ecstatic about posing for this portrait. The photographer is Christopher C Schoonmaker (1834-1906). Schoonmaker was a co author of an article that appeared in “The Photographic Journal of America” (1868).  The piece was warning American photographers about a new “sliding plate holder” he had purchased. He called the product “worthless” and was involved in litigation against the manufacturer at the time the article was published.      Schoonmaker was still working as a photographer in New York’s 1905 census. He died of heart disease in 1906. This cabinet card photograph is in very good condition (see scans).

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  1. Another one! Violeta, daughter of Anita and Ramon, who disappears one twilight evening and causes the entire Cordero household much angst. Keep ’em coming!

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