PROFILE PORTRAIT OF A PRETTY WOMAN IN DERBY, CONNECTICUT

DERBY LADY_0006A lovely young woman poses for her profile portrait in Derby, Connecticut. It is clear from the image that the subject took some pains to prepare her hair for her day at the photography studio. The photograph has been trimmed so the photographer’s name is not identifiable.

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Published in: on May 20, 2014 at 7:30 pm  Comments (1)  
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  1. Interestingly enough, nearly every woman in this period had not only very long hair, but this sort of style was typical. Women dressed their hair lavishly and rarely cut it. – What a difference from today, where there is a fixation on trends that in many instances are quite bizarre, and even intentionally unattractive. What we’ve lost. – By the way, isn’t she sweet?


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