Item 2008.001.1087 - Anna G.

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Anna G.

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  • c. 1900 (Creation)
    Bradley & Rulofson

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1 photograph: 10.5 x 16.5

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Bradley & Rulofson was a photography studio located in San Francisco, California that was operated by H. W. Bradley and William Herman Rulofson. Originally opened by Bradley, Rulofson joined his studio upon his move to San Francisco in 1861. Born in Hampton New Brunswick, Rulofson moved to California during the gold rush, eventually settling in Senora where he established the first permanent photograph gallery in the state while operating a traveling daguerreotype wagon from which he and his partner John B. Cameron took portraits of miners. After Rulofson's death in 1878, his second wife, Mary Jane Morgan took over his share of the studio and remained in charge until 1889.

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Item is a portrait of young woman. Black text on back of card reads, 'Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco, United States, The World, Vienna 1873 Gold Medals, 429 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Cal.' Inscription in pencil reads, 'Anna G.'

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Surface residue, water staining.

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