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[Young man in Middle-Eastern costume, with turban and leopard skin, in studio]

[Young man in Middle-Eastern costume, with turban and leopard skin, in studio]

 
 
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Published titles: An Armenian prince & Man with turban(?).
Blind stamp: lower left.
On mount: "1896" pencil, upper left; "K.B. 248" blue pencil, upper left.
Image content features: PROP leopard skin; COSTUME turbans, Med./Mid-East/N. African; PEOPLE boys(?).
Title and other data comes from a curatorial worksheet compiled at LC in 1992-93.
Forms part of the Louise Imogen Guiney Collection.
Cite as: The Louise Imogen Guiney Collection, Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.
Transfer; Manuscript Division; 1934 (DLC/PP-1934:33).
Anonymous gift to the Library of Congress, 1934.

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01/01/1896
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Day, F. Holland (Fred Holland), 1864-1933, photographer
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