PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Elizabeth Barber Stanley and Minette J. Stanley

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Description 1/6 plate tintype without case, possibly of Elizabeth Barber Stanley and Minette J. Stanley
Year Range from 1857
Year range to 1862
Medium Tin/Photographic Emulsion/Paint
Notes Full seated view of a young girl sitting in her mother's lap. The child wears a low neck girls dress. The woman is wearing a dark calico dress with belt, white lace collar, and brooch. This is very possibly Elizabeth Barber Stanley and her daughter Minette J. Stanley.
Elizabeth Barber was born in Ohio circa 1836, the daughter of John and Rebecca Barber. The family was living in Plymouth, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin by 1850. She married Henry A. Stanley on February 3, 1856 in Winnebago County. The couple had three sons and two daughters. They left Oshkosh for Waupaca County prior to 1860. In 1863 they lived in South Dakota and by 1870 had moved the family to Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. The family returned to Wisconsin by 1876 and by 1880 were living in Marquette County, Michigan. Elizabeth died in Michigan prior to 1900.
Object ID P2003.28.1
Object Name Tintype
People Stanley, Elizabeth Barber
Stanley, Minette J.
Barber, Elizabeth
Place Oshkosh, WI
Print size W=4 H=2 1/2 in
Subjects Group Photographs
Mothers & children
Pioneers
Title Elizabeth Barber Stanley and Minette J. Stanley
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