SALLIE HINTON : STAGE ACTRESS : PERRTZ STUDIO : YORK, PENNSYLVANIA

This cabinet card features Miss Sallie Hinton who was presumably a stage actress, singer or dancer. Research yielded little information about Miss Hinton. The book “Music and Drama” (1882) announces Miss Hinton’s appearance in the “Female Detective” at a Philadelphia theater. The photographer of this image was Perrtz of York, Pennsylvania. This theatrical cabinet card portrait has two pencil marks (one is very light) in it’s lower border beneath the image. The photograph is in overall good condition (see scans)

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THE “MURRAY SISTERS” BEING ADORABLE IN YORK, PENNSYLVANIA

MURRAY SISTERSThe “Murray Sisters” assume an adorable pose at the Shadle & Busser studio in York, Pennsylvania. The girls appear to be entertainers, likely singers, dancers, or a combination of both. The sisters were probably teenagers at the time of this portrait. Research yielded no identifying information about these photogenic girls. A casual review of theater periodicals (1908-1913) uncovered  an act called the “Murray Sisters” but it is not certain that they are one and the same as the girls in this image. This act toured the country and the sisters were described as operatic singers. The oldest sister was named Marion and the youngest was named Vic or Victoria. To learn about the Shadle & Busser studio and to view other photographs from their studio, click on the category “Photographer: Shadle & Busser”.

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OLDER BLACK MAN IN YORK, PENNSYLVANIA

This photograph features an older African American gentleman. He is nicely dressed in fancy clothing. Note his long coat. The gentleman appears to be displaying a friendly half smile. He has one hand on his hip; surely, he was told to pose in that manner. The reason for such instruction is not clear. The photographic studio that produced this image is Shadle & Busser of York, Pennsylvania. James Monroe Shadle was born in 1861 in Freeport, Pennsylvania. Oscar W. Busser died of Brights Disease at age 61, in 1921. The studio that bared their names was located at 20 South George Street (1887-1902), 44 South George Street (1903-1925), and 58 South Beaver Street (1925-1936). All of these locations were in York. To view other early photographs of African Americans, click on the category of “African Americans”.   (SOLD)

PRETTY YOUNG WOMAN WEARING A PLEATED COAT IN YORK, PENNSYLVANIA

This cabinet card features a very pretty young woman with pulled back hair and a bow. She is wearing a pleated coat. The photograph was taken by Perrtz . To view other photographs by Peertz, click on the category “Photographer: Perrtz”.

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ADORABLE GIRL IN COSTUME

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What is the story behind this interesting photograph? We see a very cute young girl posing for her portrait in an unusual costume? She is holding some sort of “stick” in her hand. Is it a riding crop? Is she wearing riding attire from her time period (turn of the century)? Please leave a comment with any ideas you may have about her clothing or the “stick” she is holding. The photographer is Perrtz of York, Pennsylvania. To view other photographs by Perrtz, click on the category “Photographer: Perrtz”.

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