DescriptionAMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHER (20th Century)
Toned silver print with hand-coloring
12in. x 5in.
Photographer's blind stamp, including title, copyright and date
This portrait gained fame when it was rumored to be Josephine Sarah Marcus, Wyatt Earp's third wife. A novelty company, The Pastime Novelty Company, in New York City, published the picture as a postcard, and Kaloma became widely popular as a pin-up during World War I.
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