PAIR OF PARKE FAMILY CDV’S

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Item Code: 1097-255

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This pair of images are of a woman identified as “AUNT MARY PARKE.” Image shows a young woman seated at a table and resting her head in her hand. She wears a dark dress with white undersleeves and a white lace collar.

Image clarity and contrast is good. Mount and paper have light surface dirt. Top center has a small pin hole.

Reverse has photographer’s imprint for VAUGHAN’S GALLERY… N.Y. At top in period ink is “AUNT MARY PARK” and in pencil “GEN. PARK.”

The other image is of two men standing and facing each other. Both wear dark civilian suits and hold their dark hats in their hands. They are posed in front of a painted backdrop of a park scene. The man standing at right is believed to be the future General John G. Parke.

Clarity and contrast are good. Paper and mount have light surface dirt.

Reverse is blank but for a faint period pencil inscription that reads “FOR J. G. PARKE.”  [ad]

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