CHILD STANDING ON A WICKER CHAIR IN DENVER, COLORADO

Unlike a lot of children photographed during and soon after the cabinet card era, this child is showing some emotion. It’s exciting to be able to stand on a chair and have parental  permission to do so. The child looks adorable in his/her plaid outfit. Note the pretty wicker chair. The Nast studio captured this somewhat unfocussed but lovely portrait.

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  1. Darling child! Always sad when photos leave a family and end up as unidentified sitters, alas . . .

  2. Haircut suggests that this is a boy despite wearing a skirt. Skirt is probably a kilt which is a masculine garment. And in earlier times little boys did wear skirts for their first few years. I have a photo from the early 1900s of my father as a child wearing a skirt.

  3. I have two cabinet photos by Nast studio in Denver, Colorado as well. They are of Douglas F. Jarmuth and John Albert Jarmuth as children. They were sent to my great grandmother Mary Jarmuth in Ontario, Canada.


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