|Title||Carte-de-visite, 3, of Germans probably related to Sanntrock family of Hoboken; from studios in Hannover, Germany, n.d., ca. 1885-1900.|
|Collection||Sanntrock Family Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Steinhaus Sisters, Long Island, N.Y., in memory of the Sanntrock Family.|
Carte-de-visite, three, of Germans probably related to Sanntrock family of Hoboken; from studios in Hannover, Germany, no date, circa 1885-1900.
None of the individuals are identified.
1: man with beard in his twenties; studio: Karl F. Wunder, Hannover.
2: girl or young woman with a girl or boy appearing to be about 3-5 years old; studio (atelier): Agnes Albers, Hannover. Gilt beveled edge.
3: baby girl, circa 1-2 years old; studio (atelier): Agnes Albers, Hannover. Beveled gilt edge.
From a group of photographs in this accession related to the Sanntrock family which lived in Hoboken from the later part of the 19th century until the early 20th century. Consisting of images of first and second generation German immigrants, the group reflects their German heritage and culture in fashions and content (some photographs are from Germany, apparently of relatives.)
|Year Range from||1890|
|Year Range to||1900|
Sanntrock, Louise Johanna
|Caption||1: man with beard|
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