I don’t know whether to say this lady is plain or what. She has a nice face, smooth skin, normal features, except her upper lip seems to not be very prominent, suggesting she hasn’t got any teeth, but what a terrible assumption to make. So, I am going to postulate she has a terrible underbite instead.
If the photographers were not different, I’d suggest this is the same chair used in our previous photograph, but this photo was made by Townsend in Iowa City, IA. There is a blanket with a floral pattern and edged in Greek key and fringe flopped over the chair. It almost distracts from the lovely bustle dress. I picture this in bottle green wool with black velvet trimming. She has a necklace and earrings on, and if she was good with her needlework, she probably made her collar.