Item 2008.001.233 - Portrait of a man in sack coat

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Portrait of a man in sack coat

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  • ca. 1885 (Creation)
    Horace E. Hunt

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1 photograph: 16.2 x 10.7

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Horace E. Hunt was a photography studio located in Denver Colorado.

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Item is a black papered cabinet card with gold letterpress at bottom, "FOURTEENTH ST./ Between/ LARIMER & LAWRRENCE./ HORACE E. HUNT,/ DENVER, COLO." Photograph of a man with neatly parted hair and a trimmed moustache in a sack coat with plain starched collar and a thin, light bowtie.

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Fair. The print is pulling away from the card at the bottom left corner. There is some brown spotting at the upper left. Badly faded across bottom edge and overall yellowing and loss of highlights. The gold letterpress on the card is turning green at the bottom right. The card is worn, and the bottom left corner is curling up.

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