I just love the collars worn by the two young women below. I found these photos at an antique show in the 1990s.
Above left: "Sarah Buckley (Rose's Mother)" taken at the W.B. Miles Studio, 151 High Street, Holyoke, MA. I would guess that this photograph was taken in the 1890s.
Above right: "Annie Williams, Brown Hair 12 yr, Sept 19, Black eyes, 2 watercolors" The photograph was taken at the Morton Artistic Photographer, 75 Westminster Street, Providence, Rhode Island circa 1890. This photograph may have accompanied Annie's entries in an art show.
Above left: The dapper man in the photograph is "W. M. Lawson" and we know this because he was kind enough to sign his CDV. Though it is not visible in the scan above, there is a faint photographer's imprint in the lower right corner that reads, "Sheldon & Davis."
Above right: This little girl was photographed at G. Wilson's Photographic and Portrait Gallery on Water St. in Mary's, Ontario, Canada, probably sometime after 1877 and before 1885. "Annie Lytle" is written on the back in pencil.