There are no identifying notations on this beautiful wedding portrait. I can tell you, however, that it was found in a collection of photographs belonging to Julia Lotten of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Julia Lotten, according to A centennial history of the Manitowoc County school districts and its public school system, 1848-1948 by Joseph J. Rappell, was a teacher at Quarry School in Rockland Jt. 4, Manitowoc County sometime prior to 1907.
This photograph was taken at the Glander Studio in Manitowoc. Judging by the type of wedding dress, I'd date this sometime in the late-1910s or 1920s.
Glander Studios was operated by John A. Glander (1887-1953). Glander began his career as a photographer in 1902 when he began to apprentice with A.J. Packard in Manitowoc. He worked there for six years and then in 1908 opened his own studio at 904 Washington Street. A year later he moved down the block to 918 Washington Street. In 1925 a son, Henry J. Glander, began to work at the studio and took over the business after his father died.
Wouldn't it be great if someone recognized the bride & groom?
February 23, 2012 Update: I am happy to report that this photograph, though still unidentified, has been claimed by a descendant of Julia Lotten, along with 13 other photographs from the Lotten collection.