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Full set of 10 cards with photo narrative of an early 19th-century seduction scene. "Male"soldier wearing a shako declares his love to a country girl in a studio setting with a backdrop painting of a forest clearing. Postcards numbered 1–10, each with a one- to two-sentence narrative. Mounted in a trifold cardstock holder imprinted with an art nouveau foliage pattern (cards removable—held in corner slots). Undivided verso. Listed in "Bibliographie de la France: Gravures, Lithographies, Photographies,"Journal général de l'imprimerie et de la librairie, vol. 93 (1904): page 13.
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Images of Female and Male Impersonators and Cross-Dressing
Cite As: Postcards of female and male impersonators and cross-dressing, #7778. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.
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