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1910s Cake Make Do Porch Bakery Photo RPPC 1910s Cake Make Do Porch Bakery Photo RPPC

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1910s Cake Make Do Porch Bakery Photo RPPC

$95.00

Wonderful! Measures 3.5 x 5.5”, sunlight sepia real photo postcard in nice condition with soiling at margins. Identified on reverse in modern hand, Cassandra PA.
1910s PRR Railroad Signed Noted Photographer 1910s PRR Railroad Signed Noted Photographer

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1910s PRR Railroad Signed Noted Photographer

$950.00

William Rau was a seminal name in the opening decades of the early 20thc. He photographed Teddy Roosevelt's Inauguration, the Eruption of Mount Pelee and was the OFFICIAL photographer of the St. Louis World's Fair....
1910s Young Woman Graduate Robe & Dog Studio Photo RPPC 1910s Young Woman Graduate Robe & Dog Studio Photo RPPC

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1910s Young Woman Graduate Robe & Dog Studio Photo RPPC

$125.00

Remarkable for the time. Celebrating higher education with a loyal dog at her feet, both historically very male portrait tropes. Real photo postcard measures 3.5 x 5.5”, heavy development reads warm and mottled. Signed Meadville...
1920s NEVER SPLIT Toilet Seat Salesman Portrait Photo 1920s NEVER SPLIT Toilet Seat Salesman Portrait Photo

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1920s NEVER SPLIT Toilet Seat Salesman Portrait Photo

$155.00

Early indoor plumbing fixtures frame an earnest, right down to his turned in toes, traveling salesman. Measures 5 x 7”, very good condition with emulsion loss. 
1920s Oriental Rug Cleaners Antique Occupational Photo 1920s Oriental Rug Cleaners Antique Occupational Photo

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1920s Oriental Rug Cleaners Antique Occupational Photo

$125.00

EARLY in the twentieth century trade of antique and decorative arts. Silver gelatin photograph measures 6.5 x 9.5”, gloss cracks and wrinkles to thin paper.
1920s Shoe Shine Box Folk Art SIGN 1920s Shoe Shine Box Folk Art SIGN

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1920s Shoe Shine Box Folk Art SIGN

$450.00

Outstanding paint and surface, possibly as early as 1900.  Measures 12" L, 7.5 H" x 9.5" W.       
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