Helen Archer from Minnesota...
We think every face tells a story. What was this woman's story?
Maybe Helen never married. She didn't have time for romance or for silly children. Since she was young growing up on a farm in Iowa, she had always dreamed of a life in the Big City. At 16, she jumped a train and headed to Minneapolis. She immediately found work as a dry goods saleswoman, as a house cleaner, and as a waitress. She worked hard by day, and by night, she frequented the local saloons where she was a hit comic act. Her dry sense of humor was loved by all.
What do you think her story was?
This photograph of Helen Archer is from around the late 1890s. Add this photograph to your collection, or use it for altered art or mixed media projects.
This antique photograph is in very good vintage condition. The photo itself has very minor discoloration or wear. The back of the photograph has handwriting on it that says "Helen Archer". The photographer studio was E.F. Everitt in Mankato Minnesota. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 antique Photo Cabinet Card of Woman (as shown)
- Product Material: Black and White (Sepia Toned) Photo mounted in Photo Folder
- Product Colors: Black, White, Sepia, Grey Gray
- Product Dimensions: 2-1/2" wide x 4" tall overall
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