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Little Boy Wearing a Boutonniere...Antique Tintype

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Antique tinted tintype of a handsome little boy so seriously posing
with his hand on a chair we can't see. He's wearing a lovely boutonniere
on his jacket and it is actually hand tinted. He looks about
five years old. On the back is the handwritten note...Jesse Lee Cook.
This tintype was in an estate lot with several other photographs and
it looks like Jesse Lee Cooks parents' names were Tom and Lula Cook,
and his father's mother's first name was Emaline. From this bit of info
and a little research on an ancestry website, it seems they lived in Alabama.
Could Jesse Lee be one of the Cooks in your family tree? The actual tintype
measures 2.5" x 3.75" and is in it's as found paper frame holder. The paper
frame measurements are 3.0" x 4.5" .

Little Boy Wearing a Boutonniere...Antique Tintype

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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Only ships to United States from Maryland, United States.
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