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James Presley Ball 
An unidentified woman 
1887-1900 
  
Cabinet card 
National Museum of African American History and Culture - Smithsonian Institution 
Object number: 2014.37.28.53 
  
 
LL/97528 
  
A black-and-white photograph of an unidentified woman photographed at the J. P. Ball & Son studio in Helena, Montana. The photograph is mounted on light-colored pasteboard with the name and location of the photo studio printed on the front along the bottom. The woman is standing and wears a light colored dress with mutton sleeves and a peplum waist. The dress has a high dark velvet collar and she wears a sword-shaped pin through the center front. Her arms are tucked behind her back and she looks slightly to her left. The reverse is blank. 
 

 
  
 
  
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