A bearded man from Indiana...
We think every face tells a story. What was this man's story?
Edward hated hats. They made his head hot, and pushed down uncomfortably on his ears. Despite the fashion trend, Edward just couldn't stand the stove-pipe tophats, rounded bowlers, or (Lord forbid) straw boater hats. But more than his dislike of the styles that were available, what Edward really disliked about hats was what they did to his hair. In a nutshell, they made his hair fall out! And Edward certainly LOVED growing hair. He prided himself on his full, natural, untrimmed beard, and worked his comb-over to the best of his ability - given what was left of his once rich, luxurious locks.
What do you think this man's story was?
This cabinet card is a photo of a bearded man from around the 1880s. Add this photograph to your collection, or use it for altered art or mixed media projects.
We have other vintage photographs in our shop, many from this same family collection.
This antique cabinet card photograph is in good condition - especially considering it is around 130 years old. There are small wear areas on the edges of the card. The photograph is intact. The bottom of the card is embossed with the photo studio "Larrimer" and "Marion, Ind.". The back of the card is blank. Please use the Zoom tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 antique Photo Cabinet Card of Bearded Man (as shown)
- Dimensions: 4-1/4" wide x 6-1/2" tall
- Product Material: Black and White (Sepia Toned) Photo mounted on a Cabinet Card
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