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Hand-colored ninth-plate daguerreotype in leather half-case of an unidentified man, possibly a member of the Smith family. The photograph was taken ca. 1848-1851 by Asa White of Boston, Mass
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Sixth-plate ambrotype in leather case of Esther Smith Houghton Bowen (1794-1868), taken ca. 1855-1860 by an unknown photographer. She was the wife of Charles Bowen (1786-1864). A note attached to the case identifies the photograph
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Hand-colored sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather case of an unidentified young man, possibly a member of the Smith family. The photograph was taken ca. 1847-1849 by an unknown photographer
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Sixth-plate daguerreotype in oversize leather case of an unidentified man, possibly a member of the Linnell family. The photograph was taken ca. 1845-1850 by an unknown photographer
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Hand-colored quarter-plate daguerreotype in leather case of Georgine Holmes Thomas (1848-1940) at age 2, taken by Edward Jacobs of New Orleans, La. in 1850
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Oversize quarter-plate daguerreotype in leather case of a portrait painting of Samuel H. Foster. The original artist is unknown, as is the photographer. The daguerreotype was taken ca. 1840-1850
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Quarter-plate, hand-colored daguerreotype of Ann M. Jenks, taken ca. 1850-1855. The photographer is unknown. Enclosed is a note in an unknown hand identifying the photograph
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Sixth-plate daguerreotype in leather case of the Massachusetts legislator and governor Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin) Butler (1818-1893). The photograph was taken ca. 1855-1860 by an unknown photographer
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Five cartes de visite of unidentified members of the Hickling and Bradford families, taken between 1865 and 1874 by Bement & Harvey, Black & Case, and John Adams Whipple (all of Boston, Mass.), among other photographers. This collection also includes one photograph given to Eliza Edes Hickling by Helen Denison in Dec. 1894 of an unidentified woman on the banks of the Nile River in Egypt, ca. 1894. The photographer is also unidentified. All photographs are black-and-white
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Hand-colored ninth-plate daguerreotype in leather case of an unidentified woman, possibly a member of the Lowell family. The photograph was taken on April 8, 1854 by Tyler & Co. of Boston, Mass