Here's another mystery photo from the family archives. It's likely between 80 and 90 years old. It's tiny, measuring a little less than 2½ inches wide, and it looks like something that might have come from an early version of a photo booth. (According to Wikipedia, the first "modern" photo booths appeared in the United States around 1925. For 25 cents — about $3.40 today — you got eight printed photos and had to wait about 10 minutes. This webpage has some early 20th century photo-booth strips that look similar to this one.)
The identity of this teenager or young woman in unclear. It was probably a friend of my great-grandfather or great-grandmother. There's something scrawled across the bottom in black ink, but it's difficult to decipher.
(At first glance, I thought the name there was "Lois Lane," but that's obviously not right. It could be Lois as the first name, though.)
Here's a closer look at the two photographs, including that heavy fur coat. If you think this might be your long-lost Great Aunt Lois, please leave a comment!