An exquisite looking teen beauty poses for her portrait at the studio of Fieldman. Fieldman had two galleries, and they were located in Newark and Jersey City, New Jersey. This Jersey girl has a fine hat and a fine figure. The photographer of this cabinet card photograph was Isidore Fieldman (1869-?). He was born in Russia and arrived in America during 1891. He was listed as a photographer in the 1900 through the 1930 U.S. Census. He and his wife Rose (born in Poland) spoke Yiddish, indicating that they were of the Jewish faith. During at least some of their years, the couple and their family lived in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Their children included Esther (born 1890), Milton (born 1901), Margaret (born 1901), Herman (born 1906), George (born 1914). Milton and Margaret were likely twins. Herman joined his father’s photography business. Note that this cabinet card has excellent clarity, edge wear, and light stains on the bottom border below the image.   (SOLD)

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  1. What a sweet face she has. What is her hair doing in back – is it looped, or braided – a chignon, maybe?

  2. Love the hat!

  3. Isidore Fieldman was my paternal grandfather. I an George’s older daughter. My son, who never met his great grandparents, is also a photographer.

    • Hi Lynn! Isidore’ wife Rose was my 2nd great aunt! Your dad and my grandmother were 1st cousins!! Please get in touch!! Your grandfather took my grandmothers picture as well.

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