Little Girl In East Harlem Photo Studio, Late 1880’s

This is a very nice cabinet card of an attractive African-American girl in a white dressThis is a great cabinet card of a little girl in a white-dress, ribbon in hair, holding a little bouquet religious event in East Harlem, New York and appears to date to the late 1880’s to mid 1890’s. The turn of the century photography studio where the image was taken in East Harlem was “The Harlem Photo Gallery” on the S.W. corner of 124th Street and Third Avenue (source).

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