[Louise and Willie Tarboux]

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Creation: 1895

Reverend John W. Tarboux worked in Brazil as a Methodist missionary and high school principal for 37 years. His wife Susan was James Kirkland’s sister. Their son Willie, aged one, wears polka dots. His older sister wears a fancy bonnet. Juiz de Fora, a town in the Paraibuna Valley, 50 miles north of Rio in Minas Gerais, was a state where mining companies helped the economy expand. Brand’s studio opened December 31, 1889. Many Brazilian studios were run by Americans or Europeans.

Title

[Louise and Willie Tarboux]

Date

Creation: 1895

Description

Reverend John W. Tarboux worked in Brazil as a Methodist missionary and high school principal for 37 years. His wife Susan was James Kirkland’s sister. Their son Willie, aged one, wears polka dots. His older sister wears a fancy bonnet. Juiz de Fora, a town in the Paraibuna Valley, 50 miles north of Rio in Minas Gerais, was a state where mining companies helped the economy expand. Brand’s studio opened December 31, 1889. Many Brazilian studios were run by Americans or Europeans.

Rights

Public Domain

Format

Card photographs (photographs)

Source

MSS0242, James Hampton Kirkland Papers, Box 38, Folder 11 "Kirkland and Henderson Relatives"

Files

http://libexh.library.vanderbilt.edu/impomeka/2015-exhibit/MS0242-P-Louise_and_Willie_Tarboux-1895.jpg

Citation

“[Louise and Willie Tarboux],” Gallery, accessed October 16, 2019, https://gallery.library.vanderbilt.edu/items/show/802.