Today’s offering is a 20th century portrait featuring a young lady in a ruffled white blouse with a thin choker necklace and a locket style pin or watch. Her hair hints at the 1910s. The card is 4.5 x 6 with the image centered. I can’t decide what the spikey things in the background are. That is quite odd. Written in pencil along the side of the image is the photographer’s name: Frumhoff.
This is a proud Sepia Saturday post, where the theme is generally Oxford and hospitals during the Great War. It makes me wonder if a copy of this photograph found its way to Flanders in 1917 and kept some doughboy from despair in the darkest hours before the Armistice. Please click through and enjoy sepia photos from around the world.