Here we have a portrait of a Scottish boy wearing a Fauntleroy outfit. Unfortunately we have little actual information about the portrait. All we know for sure is that he is Scottish. We believe that the boy's name is Morrison, but we are not positive. We have since learned that Morrison is probably the name of the studio. As it was an Edinburgh studio, this means that the boy was from a fashionable Edinburgh family. We do not know his first name. The portrait is undated, but we would guess was taken about 1910. We are only guessing here, but do not believe that the portrait would have been taken before 1900 or after World War I (1914-18). Thus 1910 is a reasonable estimate. He wears a cape instead of a jacket with a Fauntleroy blouse with ruffled collar and sleeve wrist cuffs, kneepants, white kneesocks, and strap shoes.
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