“McCLEES PHILA” . . . Was stamped in the opposite lower corners of the oval brass mat surrounding the erudite young lass who visited his studio located at 160 Chestnut St. circa 1857 or later. Not only did she display her fine figure, there was also her haughtiness for all to see who might have opened the brown thermoplastic case containing this portrait. There are a few meaningless mold mites in the dark cloth and one deep buff mark across her dress. The gal had a penetrating stare too. The retaped image is a sixth plate.