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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

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bmarshphd posted: " A dressed up little boy holding a horn instrument poses for his portrait in Port Jervis, New York. I am unsure if his horn is a toy or a real musical instrument. Hopefully a musically inclined visitor to this site will leave a comment about the instrume"

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A LITTLE BOY AND HIS HORN IN PORT JERVIS, NEW YORK

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A dressed up little boy holding a horn instrument poses for his portrait in Port Jervis, New York. I am unsure if his horn is a toy or a real musical instrument. Hopefully a musically inclined visitor to this site will leave a comment about the instrument. Note the child's high shoes and bow tie. The photograph is a product of the Allerton studio. William H. Allerton operated his studio in Port Jervis during the 1880's. During at least some of that time, he also ran a combined refreshment pavilion and photography studio in Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania.

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bmarshphd | March 9, 2014 at 5:47 pm | Tags: Dingmans Ferry, Horn, Port Jervis, William Allerton | Categories: Children, Musicians | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-2Cz

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bmarshphd posted: " Three adorable kids wearing doilies (just kidding) around their neck pose for their portrait at the Williams & Norton studio in San Francisco. The studio was located at 914 Market Street. The child in the middle is holding a walking stick with a s"

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THREE CUTE KIDS AND A STRING IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

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Three adorable kids wearing doilies (just kidding) around their neck pose for their portrait at the Williams & Norton studio in San Francisco. The studio was located at 914 Market Street. The child in the middle is holding a walking stick with a string. All three kids are sitting on a pile of hay. It is likely that the children are siblings. W. I. Williams was partners with Norton between 1885 and 1886.

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bmarshphd | March 4, 2014 at 9:42 pm | Tags: Children, Doilies, San Francisco | Categories: Children, Toys | URL: http://wp.me/pnHKU-2Ch

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bmarshphd posted: "The gentleman in this cabinet card portrait, like the lyrics of the well known Beatles song, seems to me to be saying, "I  am the walrus.". The well dressed bald man posed at Bliss Brother's studio in Buffalo, New York. The studio was located at 368 Main "

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BALD MAN WITH WALRUS MUSTACHE IN BUFFALO, NEW YORK

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BLISS BROTHERS_0001The gentleman in this cabinet card portrait, like the lyrics of the well known Beatles song, seems to me to be saying, "I  am the walrus.". The well dressed bald man posed at Bliss Brother's studio in Buffalo, New York. The studio was located at 368 Main Street (at the corner of Eagle).To learn more about photographers Harry and Frank Bliss and to view more of their photographs, click on the category "Photographer: Bliss Brothers".

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