I've got the following photo that I'm trying to identify the woman wearing a diaphanous shawl in it, and thus would like to estimate the date and location of the photo and age of the woman:
The watch might be a good clue to help date it (also note the pinky ring): When were watches in fashion to wear and does the style of the watch offer any dating information? Were diaphanous shawls in fashion for photos in Texas?
The annotation written in lower left may help locate the photo: Do you think KC is Kansas City? Do you think 14 is 1914 or the number of the photo? Could the name be the subject or the photographer? One candidate for the subject is a Mrs. Carroll., but I don't read the writing as quite stating "Mrs. Carroll" and maiden Maggie Thorp married Carroll in 1921. Maggie lived in Irion County, Texas in 1914.
Here is detail of the face: She looks to be around age 20. The candidate Maggie Thorp was born in 1894, so she would have been 20 in 1914.
Here is known photo of Maggie Thorp taken around 1921 or after (about age 27 or older) taken with her husband in Bryan, Texas (would they have been professionally photographed before marriage?) (Full photo is here): Does this appear to be same person, or just a close relative that looks similar?
The photograph portion of the print measures 7.5" x 9.5". The back of the print has this annotation in the upper right corner: That appears to read "No 1892" which I'm thinking is the photograph number for the studio and not the year.
So in summary, does this photo and wrist watch appear to be from 1914 and does the woman look to be 20 years old and match the 27 year old known photo?
Another unknown, possibly of the same family, possibly the same person:
And here is known sister to Maggie, named Gussie married to Mr. Edens:
There are three sisters in this family, the third is Mollie, but I have no photos of her and she died in 1923 at age 27. She was married to Mr. Raley. I found this paywalled Ancestry.com yearbook picture that appears nothing like these photographs, very large nose.