Like the CDV, the cabinet card was also an albumen print on thin paper and mounted on thicker paper. The cabinet card is larger and may have a photographer’s logo on the reverse side.The cabinet card reached its peak popularity in the 1880s but was used into the early 1900s.
All you need is a solid plan, a genealogy toolbox, and the knowledge to use those tools.
Source: Personal Collection of Lisa Lisson Have you ever remembered when a photograph was taken of you based on your hairstyle or on the clothes you wore?
You can do the same thing with your ancestors’ photographs.
The carte de visite gained popularity quickly during the Civil War as soldiers and family exchanged photographs.
Source: Personal Collection of Lisa Lisson Cabinet cards and carte des visites (CDV) are often confused.