Agnes Devinny 1880
Inscribed on back: Agnes Devinny, one year old.
Photo id'd on back 'Agnes Devinny' one year old. Photographer imprint: 'Bates and Nye, Cor. Larimer and Fifteenth Streets, Denver Colorado'. Searched 1880 US census, only one Agnes Devinny listed in all US: _Agnes Devinny, age 1, dau of Valentine and Adelia, living in Park CO_ Further confirmation comes from index to CO photographers, which shows Bates and Nye listed only one year in the directories: 1880. Both listed before and after in other locations, the partnership was short-lived. Photo must be 1880 or very close to that.
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Bates and Nye of Denver 1880 imprint (back)
Back showing photographers imprint and inscription with name and age.
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