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Portrait of Elizabeth Bordley Coulter


Daguerreotype portrait of Elizabeth Paca Bordley Coulter (1831-1909). The daughter of John Beale Bordley (1800-1882) of Baltimore and Frances Paca Baker, Elizabeth married George Trull Coulter (1831-1890), son of Alexander Coulter, in 1853. Mr. Coulter was a promoter of United States mining stocks, so the family moved sporadically from the Atlantic to Pacific coasts of the United States. After Mr. Coulter's death, Mrs. Coulter lived on West Biddle Street in Baltimore. The couple had a son, Charles Hanson (1855-1915), who married Caroline Pike.



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2.5 x 3.5 inches

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CSPH 030

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