Photograph album of Emma Wallace, ca. 1870.

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Wallace, Emma, fl. 1870. Photograph album of Emma Wallace, ca. 1870.

Photograph album of Emma Wallace, ca. 1870.

Most of the cartes-de-visite are of European royalty, U.S. Civil War generals and European scenes, particularly in Britain. The collection also contains a portrait of George Washington on silk.

1 v. (20 leaves)

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