This item consists of four mid-19th century sepia-toned cartes de visite (Victorian visiting cards) showing close-up studio portraits of young women. The cards show a variety of hairstyles of the time. Some of the women have ornate collars and fancy jewelry. The cards at left measure 4" high by 2.5" wide, while the ones at right are 3.75" high by 2.5" wide. Two have pencil notations indicating that both images are of Mrs. Howd of Michigan. Two have studio names and places: E.W. Miller & Bro, Bay City Mich. and E.F. Hartley, Jacksonville, Illinois. All are in better than good condition with minor spotting.