Here's a great cabinet card photo of a man with his hunting rifle and his faithful dog looking adoringly up at him. According to the handwriting at the bottom his name was William Stump. On the back it says "Harry and his dog," The card is on very plain sepia cardstock (front) and off-white color on the back. There is no photographer's mark. The only thing about this card which gives me any clues about the date are the edges. If you look closely you may notice that they are slightly beveled with gold gilting. According to PhotoTree.com beveled edges were found during the years of 1892- 1900. I tried to search for him on Ancestry.com but there were too many William Stumps in too many states.