Portrait of unidentified couple


Portrait of unidentified couple


Black and white reproduction of an image of a man and a woman, possibly a wedding portrait taken during World War II. The man wears what appears to be a uniform, while the woman has on a jacket and light colored blouse. A large corsage is fastened to one lapel of her coat. The woman's shoulder-length hair is softly curled and pulled back from her face, except for her bangs. She wears earrings and dark lipstick. The young man's hair is parted on one side and slicked back. Museum records do not identify the couple, but the image is part of the Herbert E. McMullen bequest. Mr. McMullen, a local photographer, also collected images of daily life in the area from other sources and photographers.

Date Created

circa 1940s


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