WWI Framed Cabinet Card Portraits. One Showing A Female US Navy Yeoman in Uniform and The Second Showing A US Army Artillery Soldier In Uniform. Excellent condition photographs remain in original cabinet card cardboard frames with both bearing New Orleans, Louisiana photographer studio labels. Both images are very clear with no readily apparent blemishes of any sort. Cabinet cards remain very nice as well with clearly visible photographer information. Rate insignia remains clearly visible to her uniform sleeve with “74” over crossed cannons artillery collar disc remaining clearly visible to his uniform. The 74th Artillery was a CAC unit that was mobilized for WWI and actually did see service in France. No ID of either individual is present, unless it is inside the frame somewhere, but we are not going to open it to check. This set was exactly as you see it when we obtained it and was, until recently, part of a large collection in New Orleans. Frame measures 16×13 inches and remains in good condition. Certainly not the most expensive frame job, but this set does look quite nice when hung.