FAMILY PORTRAIT : CHILD HOLDING DOLL : VINTAGE PHOTO : SAN PAOLO, BRAZIL (1932)

This vintage photograph is portrait of a handsome family. The children are adorable. One of the girls is holding a doll. The youngest child is sitting in a miniature chair. There is an inscription in the top left hand corner of the image. The inscription is written to “Aunt Emilia” and was written in San Paolo, Brazil, in 1932. The photographer of this photo is identified in a light embossed stamp that is barely visitble in the bottom right hand corner of the image. Proper magnification will likely result in identification of the photographer and studio. A look at the reverse of the image reveals that it was once a resident of a photo album. This photograph measures about 6 1/2″ x 9″ and is in very good condition (see scans).

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  1. “I dedicate this souvenir as proof of affection from your nephew and family.”

  2. Thanks for the translation. I am certaiin that visitors to the site will appreciate it. bruce


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