Contributed by Maine Historical Society
Neal Woodside Allen (1885-1976), son of Charles W. and Ida G. Allen, poses in a photo taken in about 1892. Allen, a 1907 graduate of Bowdoin College, was a longtime Portland auctioneer and a civic activist.
Allen, pictured here at about age seven or eight, wears a popular turn-of-the-century young boy's style. The flamboyant trimmed short-pant suit, with a ruffled shirt, large cuffs and collar, was known as a Little Lord Fauntleroy suit, named after a popular children’s novel. The Lord Fauntleroy trend was popular between 1880 and 1900.
About This Item
- Title: Neal W. Allen, ca. 1892
- Creator: De Lamater, Hartford, Connecticut
- Creation Date: circa 1892
- Subject Date: circa 1892
- Location: Portland, Cumberland County, ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 14 cm x 9.8 cm
- Local Code: Photographs -- People -- Allen
- Object Type: Image
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