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Ella Harper- The Camel Girl
TitleElla Harper- The Camel Girl
PhotographerEisenmann, Charles
Creator StampRecto
Date Original[unknown]
Description RectoFull horizontal view. Young girl with hands and feet on floor, her legs bent backward.
Description Verso[Ella Harper Age 13. Born in Hendersonville, Tenn / I am called the Camel Girl / Because as you see that my / Knees turn backwards / I can walk the best on my hands & feet as you see me in / this picture / I have traveled considerably / in the Show business for the/ last 4 years. And now as this / is 1886, I now intend to quit / the Show business and go to / school and fit my self for / some other ocupation
Abnormalities, human
Image Number256
Summon Content TypePhotograph
TypeStill Image
Photographic ProcessAlbumen print
Format OriginalCabinet Card
Dimensions (cm)10.2 x 15.2
Dig Spec2759 x 4116 pixels (approx); 33000000 bytes; Quality - 24bit, RGB, 600ppi; image/tif; No Compression; Creator Digital - CSM Services, Syracuse, NY
Date Digital2005
CollectionRonald G. Becker Collection of Charles Eisenmann Photographs
PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Library
RightsPublication of images from the Special Collections Research Center is subject to approval and fees may be charged for such use. Publication includes the following media: print, electronic/digital, videotape, film, or microfilm. Permission to use images must be obtained in advance and in writing from the Special Collections Research Center by writing to or going to . These fees are separate from any which might be assigned/assessed by the copyright holder.
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