Title: Daniel R. Pinkham as a young boy, seated in a wicker chair, with a small horse toy. See also MC181-2903-14.
WorkType: photographs
Identifier: olvgroup1001345
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Daniel R. Pinkham as a young boy, seated in a wicker chair, with a small horse toy.  See also MC181-2903-14.
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Title:  Daniel R. Pinkham as a young boy, seated in a wicker chair, with a small horse toy. See also MC181-2903-14.
Work Type:  photographs; albumen prints; cabinet photographs
Date:  1900 Jul
Associated Name:  Pinkham, Daniel R. (1899-), subject
Topics:  Portraits; Men; children; wicker furniture; Chairs; toys
Note:  Inscription: [See individual photos for captions.]
Related Work:  part of Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company Records. Folder: Photographs. Daniel R. Pinkham and Charles H. Pinkham. n.d., 1902. RLG collection level record MHVW85-A288.
Related Information:  Electronic Finding Aid
Repository:  Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute

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Title:  untitled
Creator:  Shorey, C. E. (Lynn, Mass.) (American), photographer
Date:  1900 Jul
Dimensions:  3.875x5.625 inches
Note:  Inscription: [See individual photos for captions.]
Use Restrictions:  Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute: This image may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without permission in writing from the Schlesinger Library. Please contact the library at slref@radcliffe.edu.
Repository:  Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute
MC181-2931-2
Record Identifier: olvgroup1001345


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