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    EUREKA, SOUTH DAKOTA "GAMBLERS" - IMPERIAL CARD - ca.1890-1900. The group of working men who pose in this studio portrait seem serious and intent on winning the poker game that has been posed by the photographer. It appears as if there really could have been a few hands played while in the studio waiting, as coins and money are on the table. This image is mounted on an impressed grey card measuring 10" x 8" and the imprint is "Fallman - Eureka, S. D.", who is listed as working there in 1890.

    Mautz, Carl. Biographies of Western Photographer's, (Nevada City, California: Carl Mautz Publishing, 1997).


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    10th Saturday
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