Photo, Print, Drawing Miss Cora Cardigan (Mrs. Louis Honig), 1840-?

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Title
Miss Cora Cardigan (Mrs. Louis Honig), 1840-?
Contributor Names
Doige & Co., Plymouth, England (pht)
Subject Headings
-  Photograph
Notes
-  Inscription: Recto: l. c.: (photographer's logo, imprinted on card) Doige & Co / Photographic Artists [coat of arms] 169 & 170 Union St. / Plymouth; Verso: u. r. (in pencil) 106; u. c. (in blue pencil) M W; u. c. (in ink) Miss Cora Cardigan / (Mrs Honig); center: (photographer's logo, imprinted on card) [coat of arms] No. 12009 (in ink) / Artist / Photographers / Miniature / & Portrait Painters / (on diagonal) Doige & Co / 169 & 170 / Union Street / Plymouth / Carbon Enlargements / Landscape / Photography by Appointment / (and at bottom center) BY SENDING NUMBER ADDITIONAL / COPIES MAY BE HAD / This or any portraint enlarged / up to life size & painted in Oil or Water Colors to order; u. r. (in pencil) XIII; l. r. (in pencil) 352; center: (within logo, in ink) H M FitzGibbon /Dublin
-  Provenance: Capt. H. Macaulay FitzGibbon, The Bungalow, Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, 21 June 1923.
-  Condition: Corners of photograph at lower left and upper right are loosened from card mount. There are traces of adhesive (from an over-mount?) around perimeter of photo.
-  This is no. 9 on FitzGibbon list, under "Photos (contd) - Cabinet size" as "Miss Cora Cardigan (Mrs Honig)."
Form
photograph
Extent
Photograph, mounted on red-bordered photographer's card. Card: 6 3/8 x 4 1/4 inches (16.2 x 10.3 cm.); photo: 5 1/2 x 3 15/16 inches (14.0 x 10.0 cm.)
Repository
Music Division
LC Classification
Box Number: C
Online Format
image
Description
Miss Cardigan sits, three-quarter profile, facing right, elbows resting on table with folded hands raised to chin. She wears a velvet dress trimmed with lace at collar and sleeves. Edge of table deeply carved with animal head at corner. Flute rests on diagonal across table top, at base of her elbows. photograph | Photograph, mounted on red-bordered photographer's card. Card: 6 3/8 x 4 1/4 inches (16.2 x 10.3 cm.); photo: 5 1/2 x 3 15/16 inches (14.0 x 10.0 cm.) | Inscription: Recto: l. c.: (photographer's logo, imprinted on card) Doige & Co / Photographic Artists [coat of arms] 169 & 170 Union St. / Plymouth; Verso: u. r. (in pencil) 106; u. c. (in blue pencil) M W; u. c. (in ink) Miss Cora Cardigan / (Mrs Honig); center: (photographer's logo, imprinted on card) [coat of arms] No. 12009 (in ink) / Artist / Photographers / Miniature / & Portrait Painters / (on diagonal) Doige & Co / 169 & 170 / Union Street / Plymouth / Carbon Enlargements / Landscape / Photography by Appointment / (and at bottom center) BY SENDING NUMBER ADDITIONAL / COPIES MAY BE HAD / This or any portraint enlarged / up to life size & painted in Oil or Water Colors to order; u. r. (in pencil) XIII; l. r. (in pencil) 352; center: (within logo, in ink) H M FitzGibbon /Dublin Provenance: Capt. H. Macaulay FitzGibbon, The Bungalow, Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, 21 June 1923. Condition: Corners of photograph at lower left and upper right are loosened from card mount. There are traces of adhesive (from an over-mount?) around perimeter of photo. This is no. 9 on FitzGibbon list, under "Photos (contd) - Cabinet size" as "Miss Cora Cardigan (Mrs Honig)." Photograph (Form).
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