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Culture:American
Title:tintype: young girl
Type:Photograph
Place Made:United States; Massachusetts
Measurements:overall: 2 in x 1 7/8 in x 9/16 in; 5.08 cm x 4.7625 cm x 1.42875 cm
Accession Number:  HD 78.048.7
Credit Line:Gift of John F. Staub

Description:
Tintype of a Young girl in a case, which was purchased by the donor from William W. Howland through his guardian, Rev. C.S. Wilder of Longmeadow in 1926, a year after they had also bought the sampler, portraits of Southworth and Polly Ware Howland (see HD 78.042-78.043), and other Howland family possessions found in an attic in Conway, Massachusetts. The son of Job and Hannah Jenking Howland of Barnstable, Massachusetts, Southworth Howland (1775-1853) married his first wife, Esther Allen (1780-1814), the daughter of Nathan and Persis Allen of West Brookfield, in 1799, and they had seven children. Southworth married his second wife Polly Ware (1785-1870), the daughter of Dr. Samuel and Bertha Avery Ware of Conway, Massachusetts, in 1816, and they had five children.

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