Studio portrait of two men, probably relatives of Governor John Evans. One sits and holds an umbrella, the other stands with a cane. They both wear light colored suits, vests, derbys and high-collared shirts. One has a watch fob (chain).
Group studio portrait of three unidentified men (sitting, standing). They pose in front of a painted backdrop. The men wear suits, vests, ties, hats and shoes or boots. One man holds a cigar, another has a watch fob chain on his vest.
Studio portrait (standing) of John Shab-e-nay, a Native American (Potawatomi, Prairie Band) man. He holds a beaded fringed bag and wears moccasins, leggings, blanket, cloth bandolier, metal armbands, beaded necklaces, and top hat.
Prairie Band of Potawatomi Indians--People--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--1850-1880.; Potawatomi Indians--1850-1880.; Clothing & dress--1850-1880.; Shab-e-nay, John.
In this studio portrait of a young man standing with a seated older man in Leadville, Colorado, both men wear coats, vests and hats. Both smoke cigars and have tucked their trouser legs inside their boots. The younger man wears a bandana around...
A studio portrait of Elizabeth Minerva Byers (Mrs. William N. Byers) and her daughter Mary (later Mary Byers Robinson). Mrs. Byers wear a dark dress and a brooch, her daughter wears a checked off the shoulder dress.
Girls--1870-1880.; Mothers & children--1870-1880.; Byers, Elizabeth Minerva.; Robinson, Mary Byers.