Read from the beginning here. **Click on the images below for larger versions**
Photo 62 is a tintype:
Hmmm… Hair parted on the side, so probably a boy. The clothing is very distinctive and I wonder if it’s ethnic dress of some sort. He doesn’t look very happy, does he? Note that his cheeks are hand-colored to look rosy.
I’m so sad about the state of this next photo:
I dare not try to remove this photo from the album. This photo has a slight rise to it, kind of bubbling up from the page, which I think is part of why it has shattered. I think the glass is above the photo rather than this being a glass image. Unfortunately, the photo beneath has started to tear with the crack of the glass through the middle of the photo.
There are clues in this photo — this child’s hair is parted down the middle. Therefore, she’s probably a girl. She’s wearing a rather large pendant. The coloring is quite extensive, but I still think it was done by hand.
I think these two photo subjects are related and I believe the next photo we’ll see is another sibling.
I’m struggling to provide a date range for these photos. I’m going to go broad and say 1870s-1880s.