PORTRAIT OF TWO ADORABLE CHILDREN IN ALLEGHENY, PENNSYLVANIA (CABINET CARD)

The two children seen in this cabinet card photograph are precious. They have incredibly sweet smiles. They are standing in a faux field of daisies. This photo was taken by Hendricks & Co., a studio in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. The town was originally named Allegheny City and it was established in 1788. In 1907, it was annexed by the city of Pittsburgh. The photographer of this image is John P Hendricks. He is listed in the 1891 and 1893 Pittsburgh City Directories. If this photograph is typical of his work, he was quite talented. This cabinet card portrait is in good condition (see scans). Note the foxing on the reverse of the photograph. 

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  1. For the last few days, the links in the emails don’t work.

    • I found this also on the last two, yes.

      • Thanks. I will investigate

    • Thank you for letting me know. I think the problem my lie with word press rather than the blog. I will attempt to investigate.


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