This is an antique art print done originally by artist Charles Boyer. It was marketed by the Ullman Mfg. Co. It was hand colored after it was printed and marketed this way. This one is a print of a young American Indian girl or woman. ( The model for this was a Caucasian woman dressed in an American Indian costume.)
The Ullman Mfg. Co. was founded by four brothers, Nathan, Frank, Max and Isidor, and also a non-family member, Mark Stiles, in 1888. They did a big business about 1900-1915 in the sale of framed reproductions, postcards, theater posters, jigsaw puzzles, books, etc. (I got this information from Tom Z. / Yahoo Answers) I believe they closed around 1939.
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