Over that identification in the case bottom is “Taken by…” I can’t make it out. I’ve posted my photo of it, but I’ll allow the next owner to figure it out. A lock of Harriet’s elaborately braided hair is also in the case bottom. My dad had resealed this sixth years ago and put the hair in that archival sleeve. I didn’t want to take it out for the photo. But, you get the idea. The dag was well-made, but has some mat abrasions and a teeny scratches between her and the mat on the right. I love the tight mat choice. She comes in a case with a split spine.
HARRIET M. BUDLONG, 1849.
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