This item consists of four Turn of the Century Photo Postcards of Young Women, including two single portraits in ovals, one double portrait in an oval, and one full postcard treble portrait. The single black and white portrait shows a plain young woman, looking off to the right of the photographer, wearing a lacy white blouse with bowed embellishment at the neckline. The back is marked "AZO" around the stamp area. The single sepia toned portrait shows a young woman in contemplation, leaving her head on her right hand and her pale blue eyes looking off into the distance. She is dressed in a dark top with large collar and bow. Her wavy hair is pulled back in a chignon, revealing a pearl earring. The back has only dotted lines. The double black and white portrait shows one woman standing behind the other, leaning on a small round table that separates them. The seated woman looks directly at the camera with a faint smile. She wears a white pleated blouse with a decorative belt and simple pin. The standing woman looks off into the distance with a blank expression. She is wearing a white dress with polka dot sleeves collar and tie. There is a studio backdrop of clouds. The back is marked "AZO" around the stamp area. The sepia toned treble portrait shows two seated women with a women standing behind them. The seated women are dressed in decorative blouses (one white and one checkered with a solid tie) and long, dark pleated skirts. Both look at the camera and are smiling. The standing woman wears a long dark dress with elaborate lace yoke. She is wearing glasses and does not look at the camera. The three share facial features suggesting that they are related. The back of the card is marked "CYKO" in the stamp area. None of the postcards have been sent. These four Turn of the Century Photo Postcards of Young Women are in better than Good condition. There is some minor staining in the border of the double portrait and a crease and stain on back of the treble portrait. Ideal for use in collage or other art projects.