Lucretia “Jane” Jaynes DeLong

I found this CDV on eBay, it’s the only photo attached I personally own. People didn’t usually think to label them back then. I usually try to research the photographer to see if there’s a catalog or record of who they photographed. In this case the photographer was A D Jaynes of Corning New York. Looking into his siblings I came across a few more photos. These two are almost identical and I haven’t confirmed but I think it’s the same woman, and possibly the same photo of Lucretia “Jane” JaynesDeLong. Lucretia’s brother took photos of her and her married family, she was born in 1818 and died in 1890. Source, FIND A GRAVE #61623148

Her brother the photographer / Anthony D Jaynes

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