Figure 1.--This is a cabinet card portrait identified on the back as, ďMarion Colburn, Uncle Artís younger son". Photo was taken by Nelson in Anoka, Minnesota. The dealer estimates the date at about 1889-92. HBC agrees as to the approximate date, in part becsause of the mount edges. We would not give quite as tight a time window as the dealr, but belueve that he is approximately correct. It has serated edges of he mount and smooth corners. We are not sure just what his neckwear is, but it is worth nothng that not all boys wore huge bows at the time.

Marion Colburn (United States, about 1890)

This is a cabinet card portrait identified on the back as, ďMarion Colburn, Uncle Artís younger son". Photo was taken by Nelson in Anoka, Minnesota. The dealer estimates the date at about 1889-92. HBC agrees as to the approximate date, in part becsause of the mount edges. We would not give quite as tight a time window as the dealr, but belueve that he is approximately correct. It has serated edges of he mount and smooth corners. We are not sure just what his neckwear is, but it is worth nothng that not all boys wore huge bows at the time.






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