Unidentified Bryan (United States, 1860s or 70s)

Figure 1.-- Here we see Charles N. Bryan in a CDV portrait probably made in the 1860s or early 70s. He wears a suit with a white shirt and vest with a stock.

We do not know the name of this brother. The CDV was taken by Vandyke & Brown, 31 Bold Street, Liverpool. This shows how the family traveled to Britain which must have been quite an experience at the time. He has a wing collkar and kind of neck tie rather than a stock. This may mean that his portrait was taken after that of Charles. It could also mean differences in styles between Chicago and Liverpool.


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Created: 6:59 AM 11/28/2004
Last edited: 6:59 AM 11/28/2004