Prudence and Leona Van Macklin from Iowa...
We think every face tells a story. What was the story for these two girls?
Maybe these two sisters were very close and shared a common love of dolls. The older girl was teaching her sister to sew so they could make their own dolls and doll clothes, and then make dolls they could sell in town at the general store. The older girl had dreams of having a doll business when she was older - perhaps she would call their dolls Cabbage Garden Dolls... or something like that. Who knew? Maybe one day their dolls would be famous!?
What do you think their story was?
This photograph of a Prudence and Leona (Leonia?) Van Macklin from around the late 1890s. 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).
This antique photograph is in very good vintage condition. The photo cabinet card is clean and is free of rips and tears. The photo is also very clean. The back of the photograph has handwriting on it that says "Prudence and Leona Van Macklin". The back of this card has a faint ghost image of a man, as shown. The photographer studio was W. Brown in Cresco, Iowa. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 antique Photo Cabinet Card of Two Young Girls (as shown)
- Product Material: Black and White (Sepia Toned) Photo mounted in Photo Folder
- Product Colors: Black, White, Sepia, Grey Gray
- Product Dimensions: 4-1/4" wide x 6-1/2" tall overall
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