Turning the page of the Red Velvet album, we find this man. Although his is follically challenged on top, he is making up for it on his chin. The cabinet card is made of very dark green stock making the printed information a bit difficult to read. The gold is somewhat faded or worn which also does not help. However, squinting has revealed that the photographer was S. A. Smith of Cambridgeboro, PA. Cambridgeboro was a small borough of Cambridge Township, PA established in 1866. A history written in 1885 indicates that a photograph gallery is present, although it does not name the photographer.
The unnamed subject is wearing some type of pin on his jacket. It must have been important to him to wear it in his photograph. Perhaps it was a lodge or men’s club insignia.