1870's Mrs. Lein signed CDV Photo by Photographer Henry Dippe, Chicago
On reverse: "Mrs. Lein" is handwritten in pencil. Photo type: Victorian CDV Carte de visite Photo. Photographer: Henry Dippe, 695 West Lake Street, Chicago, IL, Cook County.
The Lein family surname is found in Chicago history, assumed to be a German name. This is a beautiful crisp photo of a Lein family member, she has hand tinted pink cheeks and a blue scarf, hand tinted before the advent of color photography. A beautiful image of her. She appears about 15-18 years old, born approximately about 1850, a beautiful young girl. This may have been before her marriage, later marrying into the Lein family.
Size 2.5 x 4 inches
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