As a hobby, I rescue old photos that have identification on them.
I recently came across one, she is identified as:
Mrs. Laura Marks-Wooster-Weis Age 20. I'm not sure if Laura's maiden name was Marks or Wooster, as Marks might have been her middle name.
She's dressed in belted, print (checker?) skirt, with a solid, poofy sleeve blouse with a large white collar/yolk that goes over he shoulders from her neck. She's also wearing a hat and has dark hair. I'm guessing late 1800s, very early 1900s. It only identifies the photographer as Goldsmith Studio on 1012 Olive St. No city listed. It's a little larger than a standard wallet photo.
I'd like to place her with family. For details contact me via the forum and also please send a note to: email@example.com I'll send details via the e-mail.
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