Content/DescriptionThree-quarter length portrait, standing next to a table. She is wearing a cape, hat and plaid dress.
[Carolyn Fraser as a young girl.]
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Cased photographs and related images from The Bancroft Library pictorial collections, circa 1845-circa 1870
BANC PIC 19xx.338--CASE
1 photograph : ambrotype ; sixth plate, visible image 6.4 x 5.2 cm.
The Bancroft Library
For another portrait of Carolyn Fraser Martin, see BANC PIC 1967.048--CASE.
<physfacet label="Image Package Note">Original component parts: plate, mat, cover glass, preserver. Plate: ruby glass. Mat: decorative oval. Preserver: decorative.</physfacet>;;;<physfacet label="Container or Case Note">"Type: case. Motif: floral. Material: paper over wood. Dimensions: 9.4 x 8 cm. Pad: red faux velvet with embossed motif. Notes: Victorian, "forget me not", hand with dove and flowers, sticker on mat."</physfacet>;;;<physfacet label="Marks, Inscriptions and Accompanying Material">Blind stamped on mat: Scovill MFG Co Superior / Waterbury Conn No. 820. On case (handwritten, verso): Carolyn or Carrie Fraser, daughter of Mr. / Mrs James P. Fraser. Born-Philadelphia, Pa. March 12, 1859, died July 21, 1966. Carrie married James Louis Martin. See Hist. of Solano County --- Fraser and Calender. p. 242</physfacet>;;;
ProvenancePossibly a gift of Milton Eisner or Mrs. Milton Eisner.
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