This lovely young is identified on the back of this cabinet card as Rose, Rollin Pierce's wife. The lovely Rose obviously posed for this cabinet card in sometime in the 1890's as evidenced by her dress and the photographers imprint at the bottom. I suspect this photo to have been taken around 1894 - 1895. Rose was married to Dr. Rollin Pierce (see photo below). I thought it would be easy to identify Dr. and Mrs. Pierce, but I had no luck finding them on Ancestry.com or on Google. I tried using variations of Rollin Pierce's name but struck out. Such a shame, they are surely someone's ancestors.
Rose is wearing the very typical large puffy sleeves seen in the 1890's and the teeth-like cut of the bodice is somewhat unusual. Her collar sits high on her neck adorned with one button and she is wearing a string of beads above that. Her photograph was taken by photographer Stigleman & Son located at 826 Main St., Richmond, IND. Interestingly enough, Stigleman is actually "Rolland" Stigleman who had a studio in Richmond until he sold it in 1898. He took over the business from his father George after the business was destroyed by fire. I posted a photo taken by George Stigleman previously and I believe these photos were bought together in a large group so it is possible they may be related.
Rose's husband, Dr. Rollin Pierce looks quite fashionable himself in this photograph which was probably taken around 1896 give or take a year. He is wearing a dark colored three piece suit with white high-collared shirt and white bow-tie. He was a very handsome young man. The photographer was Wright and Holloway, 510 1/2 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute, IND.