A pretty young woman poses for her portrait at the Rabineau Studio in Albany, New York. The young lady appears to be a teenager. She is well dressed and her wardrobe includes a lace scarf and lace cuffs on her sleeves. She is also wearing a collar pin. She is posed next to an open book and uses her fingers to hold her page. To learn more about the photographer (Charles S. Rabineau) and to view more of his images, click on the category “Photographer: Rabineau”.
This cabinet card features a young woman posing for her photograph at the studio of Charles S. Rabineau of Albany, New York. The woman is wearing earrings and an interesting necklace. The necklace chain appears to be cloth and it is holding, what appears to be, a coin. The woman appears to have grey hair but this may actually be the result of photographic or development error. Rabineau did an interesting job of utilizing light in this cabinet card. He was a pioneer Albany photographer, and when he died at age 73 in 1916, he had been a photographer for over 50 years. To see other photographs by Rabineau, click on the category “Photographers: Rabineau”.