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Back of Ella King cabinet card

Updated Mar 25, 2024
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Back of Ella King cabinet card
Back of Ella King cabinet card with ad for the photographer in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I can't make out her middle initial or the city she lived in.
Date & Place: in Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania USA
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This is the same picture you have listed as Emma King. Who is it, Ella or Emma? I would like to know. One of those is my grandmother's name and I want to verify this is her. Message left for you before. You also have a picture of Charles Augusta King. That is my grandfather. Where did you get these pictures?
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