I am estimating this photograph, which was taken in Portland, Michigan, to have been taken circa 1900. The young woman is identified on the back as Anna Budd. She looks quite serious in her dark starched dress with white neckscarf. She is wearing some type of pin on the scarf and her hat is tam style with a small pom on the top. Underneath her hairstyle appears to be the fashionable for the time Gibson Girl style. I found a few Anna Budds on Ancestry.com, but was not able to conclusively identify her.
The photographer was F. B. Rhodes of Portland, Michigan, most likely Frank Bartlett Rhodes who was born about 1865 in Michigan and died 10 November 1921 in Gaylord, MI. He had several studios in the state including one in Portland in this time frame.
|Portland, MI City Directory 1903|