This is a sepia-toned 19th Century Cabinet Card of a Standing Young Woman by Cornell & Wolf of Ligonier, Indiana. A young woman is shown standing at the center of the photograph in a studio setting with a flowered fabric and wicker screen, a decorative rug, and a backdrop with a loosely painted stepped sculpture or fountain. She is tall and thin, dressed in a long dark dress with ruffled tiers and mutton sleeves. She wears a waist length chain with what may be a watch and a saber pin at the neckline. Her hair is severely pulled back from her unsmiling face. She appears to look straight at the camera but her eyes appear empty. Her right arm is held behind her back, while her left hand leans on top of the screen. The cabinet card measures 6.5" high by 4.25" high and is marked in gold with the name of the photographers and place. The back is plain white Other photographs by the Cornell & Wolf Photographic Studio are available online but no information was found on these photographers. This 19th Century Cabinet Card of a Standing Young Woman by Cornell & Wolf is in Good condition. There is some surface wear, primarily in the background to the left of the figure.