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Newport: 1902

Newport: 1902

"The Sketch." 1902. Beatrice Baxter Ruyl in Newport, Rhode Island. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative by Gertrude Käsebier. View full size.

 

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Beatrice Baxter Ruyl

She was a well-known children's book illustrator and photographic model.

Lovely portrait

Such a wonderful capture.

Love it!

Her profile reminds me so much of Elizabeth Hurley...

Wow, Indeed

She's astonishing, a day after I first saw this I'm still at a loss for words....

Out Of Time

This picture looks as if it were taken yesterday. Somehow, she has a loose, comfortable, contemporary look and feel about her that's not seen in many pictures from this era. This is truly an amazing picture.

Wow

Beautiful. Photo and woman.

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