Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Early Ambrotype of Woman with Side Buns, 1851-04-29
This Ambrotype photograph is of a woman set on a 1/4 plate. She is wearing a high neck dark dress with two side buns. The case is seperated, and there is a mount stamped "Rehn's Ambrotype, Pa.", on metal. This photo was accompanied with a letter of transmittal dated "Welsleyan...College, April 29th, 1851, however it could have possibly been 1857.
Man in Double Opening Book Style Leather Case, 1854 - 1870
This Ambrotype photo contains the image of a man with a goatee on a 1/4 plate in a double opening book style leather case.
Man in Red Velvet Oval Case, 1854 - 1870
Ambrotype of a man in a red velvet worn and separated case.
Man with Arms Crossed , 1854 - 1870
This Ambrotype photo contains a young man with his arms crossed on a 1/4 plate in a seperated leather case.
Mother and Two Daughters, 1855
This Ambrotype photo contains the image of a mother and her two daughters with a background landscape of a lake and trees. The image is set on a 1/4 plate in a leather case. This photo originates circa 1855.
Woman and Man with Beard, 1854 - 1870
This Ambrotype photograph contains the image of a woman with two side buns and a man with a thick beard. The image is on a 1/4 plate situated in a seperated leather case.
Woman in Gold Highlighted Dress, 1855
Ambrotype of a woman wearing a gold highlighted dress in a plastic case adorned with an acorn design.
Woman in Lace Topped Dress, 1854-07-04 - 1854-07-11
This Ambrotype photograph is an image of a woman in a lace topped dress. The image is on a 1/4 plate located in a gilt decorated leather case, and stamped on the metal mat is: "Ambrotype by R. Adams; Cutting's Patent, July 4 and 11, 1854."
Woman with Gold Highlighted Large Sash in Plastic Case, 1856-10-14 - 1857-04-21
Ambrotype image of a woman with a gold highlighted large sash on a one-eigth plate situated in a plastic case. The case is printed inside the back of the case with, "Littefield, Pavsons and Co. (Successors to A.P. Critchlow and Co.) Manufacturers of Deguerreotypes cases. L.P. and Co. are the sole proprietors and only legal manufacturers of Union Cases with the Embrasing Riveted Hinge, patented October 14,1856 and April 21, 1857".