Continuing from last week's Someone's Ancestor Sunday - Part 11, here is another unidentified photograph attributed to Carrington Galleries, Haymarket, Sydney. In contrast to the selection of photographs I have featured recently, this photograph lacks the the Carrington Galleries imprint on the bottom of the card. Instead it has a photographers stamp on the back. Similar to the previous photographs, this was found in my Great Great Grandmother's (Susan Ellis nee Hehir) album.
|Photograph of an unknown young man from Susan Ellis (nee Hehir) Photo Album.|
This photograph is a Carte de visite, c1880s-1890s. There are no identifying marks
on the front of the photograph.
|A photographer's stamp on the back of the card indicates that this photograph was produced by: 'Carrington Galleries./ Haymarket, George Street / Sydney.'|
This photograph is attributed to the same studios as the photographs I featured in Parts 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. The young man in this photograph appears to be younger than the men in the other photographs. He looks like a teenager. I wonder could this be a photograph of one of the men (brothers?) when he was younger?
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