|Early 1900's Girls Classroom Photo with Teacher P6-016
What an interesting 1900's photo of ten young girls and their teacher that leaves many questions about the nature of the photo. Is it a school class? There are two girls in the back wearing mortar boards. Who is the young girl to the teacher's right in the photo. Is this a photo of a Sunday School class or some other young girls social organization? What a wonderful variety of hats. The clothing is so varied and interesting. The right hand side could show part of a portable canvas photographer's booth. It was obviously taken out of an album. It could be cropped a little on the right hand side and framed to make a fine addition to a history of education display, or for a display of children's vintage clothing.
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Very Good condition.
There is a very small section gone from the lower right hand corner which could be concealed by a frame.
Measurements: 5 5/8" x 4 5/8".
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