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    Posted 3 years ago

    themuse
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    I think these represent the older photos of the bunch, but if anyone can help pinpoint dates Id appreciate it. I wish I could put more than 4 photos per post, but since I cant Ill spread these out over a few posts. Thanks!

    The first one of the young woman looks to be the same girl in one of the metal tintypes I posted, as a young woman
    The second one was done by Fred Ulrich, and I found a reference to that photographer on a Civil War era photo

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
      These are cdvs as well.

      The first image is 1870s (round corners, thin cardstock, backmark style).

      The older woman looks to be 1860s. I have seen similar Ulrich backmarks on Civil War soldier images. Some references put this backmark as post Civil War.

      scott

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