This is a sepia-toned 19th Century Cabinet Card of a Bride and Groom. The 5.375" x 3.75" photograph (on a 6.5" x 4.25" cardboard backing with rounded corners) shows an unsmiling couple standing in front of a studio backdrop with a house and tree. They are bracketed by a fake tree covered in vines at left and a log fence at right. The bride is dressed in a light colored (white?) Victorian dress with a pleated skirt and mutton chop sleeves. She has a corsage of flowers pinned to her left shoulder and she holds a bouquet of flowers in her left hand. The groom is wearing a long, dark double-breasted coat with a corsage pinned to his left lapel. Both the front and the back of the card indicate that this photograph was made at H. G. Hall's Studio in Broken Bow, Nebraska. This 19th Century Cabinet Card of a Bride and Groom is in better than good condition. There is some wear and staining along the outer edges, which does affect the photograph.