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Maria Best Pabst

Maria Best Pabst | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Quarter-length studio portrait of Maria Best Pabst (1842-1906). She is wearing a dress with leg of mutton sleeves and ornate embroidery. The daughter of successful Milwaukee brewer Phillip Best, Maria married Captain Frederick Pabst in 1862. Together they had ten children, only five of whom survived to adulthood. Pabst went into partnership with his father-in-law in 1863 and eventually owned what would become the Pabst Brewery.
DESCRIPTION
Quarter-length studio portrait of Maria Best Pabst (1842-1906). She is wearing a dress with leg of mutton sleeves and ornate embroidery. The daughter of successful Milwaukee brewer Phillip Best, Maria married Captain Frederick Pabst in 1862. Together they had ten children, only five of whom survived to adulthood. Pabst went into partnership with his father-in-law in 1863 and eventually owned what would become the Pabst Brewery.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:117034
Creation Date: 1870
Creator Name:L.W. Kurtz
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Collection Name:Black Point Estate and Seipp Family Papers
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:Black Point Estate.28.1
Original Dimensions:4 x 6.5 inches
SUBJECTS
Dresses
Fashion
Jewelry
Hairstyles
Indoor photography
Portrait photography
Women

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