Identifying an Old Crayon Portrait

Identifying an Old Crayon Portrait

This crayon portrait passed from Geri Diehl’s grandmother to her mother, and ultimately came to be in her own collection. She asks, "Could this be the wedding picture of Elizabeth Goza and William Harrington who married in 1846?"On FamilyTreeMagazine.com, Photo Detective Maureen A. Taylor adds up the clues...

This crayon portrait passed from Geri Diehl’s grandmother to her mother, and ultimately came to be in her own collection. She asks, “Could this be the wedding picture of Elizabeth Goza and William Harrington who married in 1846?”

On FamilyTreeMagazine.com, Photo Detective Maureen A. Taylor adds up the clues in the image and gives some cautions for dating hand-drawn portraits based on photos.


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