Some time in the early 20th century, Miss Anna Solomon sat for her portrait at the Root Studio in Monmouth, IL. As you can imagine, a female with a fairly common name is nearly impossible to trace. Maybe someone will recognize her face one day. Her clothing is lovely, her hair stylishly done in a circa 1910s style, and her face serene. The portrait is oval shaped and mounted on firm bristol board which measures 5×7 in total.