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Daguerreotypes

 Subject
Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

Bathsheba Evans, postmortem image in nightcap, 1853

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 1, CP 1:1
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype image of Bathsheba Evans after death. Bathsheba Evans was, wife of Enoch Evans, buried in Forest Hill Cemetery in Easty Derry, New Hampshire. Born Feb. 10, 1793 and died June 27, 1853.

Dates: 1853

Daguerreotype Case with Yellow Lining, 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:13
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype rear half of leather case containing a one-eighth plate, with no image. There is printing on paper that would have sat behind the image that says, "William Shew, Miniature Case Maker, and dealer in Daguerreotype Apparatus and Materials, Court Street, opposite the HEad of Hanover St., Boston. This case originated circa 1850.

Dates: 1850

Dead (or Blind) Man, 1845

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:3

Family of 5 Well Dressed Men and Women , 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 3, CP 3:9
Scope and Contents

This Daguerreotype photograph contains the image of a family of 5 well dressed men and women. The photo is on a 1/4 plate situated in an ornate Farming Scene Plastic Case (one side is chipped).

Dates: 1850

"Made by William Shew", 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:11
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype case with no image. Printed on the back paper is "Made by William Shew, corner of Court and Howards Sts., Boston".

Dates: 1850

Man and Woman in a Locket , 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:2
Scope and Contents

Two Daguerreotype photos, one of a man and one of a woman, in a three-fourths inch oval plate, enclosed in a decorated gold color locket. This locket is dated to 1850.

Dates: 1850

Man from New York City, 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:4
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype photo of a man on a one-sixteenth plate in a leather case, with red velvet that is imprinted with "Anson, 589 Broadway, N.Y.". This photo originated in New York, N.Y., U.S.A. potentially around 1850.

Dates: 1850

Man in Decorative Vest , 1845

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:9

Man in Mother of Pearl Case, 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 1, CP 1:4
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype of a man in a painted and inlaid mothe rof pearl booktype leather case.

Dates: 1850

Man in Stiff Collar , 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 1, CP1:5
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype of an eighth plate in oval green velvet case of a man in a stiff collar circa 1850. It is most likely from the United States.

Dates: 1850

Man (Tinted), 1845

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 1, CP 1:3
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype image of a man in a one-eigth plate William Shew leather case design circa 1845. This photo possibly originiated in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Dates: 1845

Man Wearing Glasses , 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 1, CP 1:7
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype of a man wearing glasses in a one-eighth plate Art Deco style plastic case. This photo is from the United States around 1850.

Dates: 1850

Possibly Enoch Evans , 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:8
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype of a man, possibly Enoch Evans, with a tinted shirt in a leather case. There is an ink description on that case that reads, "This may be the picture of Enoch Evans, my grandfather .A.L.".

Dates: 1850

Sisters (Possibly Twins), 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 1, CP 1:9
Scope and Contents

Daquerreotype photograph of look-alike female children in a one-eigth plate William Shew design leather case. This photo likely originated in Boston, Massachusetts circa 1850.

Dates: 1850

Two Nicely Dressed Children , 1855

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 1, CP 1:10

Velvet Purple Daguerreotype Case , 1850

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:12
Scope and Contents

This is a daguerreotype case that contains the front half of a one-sixteenth plate, with no image. It is imprinted on dark purple velvet, "Meade Bros., 235 Broadway, N.Y.".

Dates: 1850

William Dickson in Eastern Traveling Dress, 1852, 1852

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 3, CP 3:10
Scope and Contents

This Daguerreotype photograph contains the image of a man named William Dickosn in Eastern Traveling Dress circa 1852. The image was vividly colored in the studio. The image is on a 1/4 plate situated in a leather case that is gold stamped with: "Mr. Kilburn, 234 Regent Street" with decorative "By appointment" seal on front cover. The title is inked on the back cover.

Dates: 1852

Woman Holding a Daguerreotype Case, 1845

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 2, CP 2:10
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype of a woman holding a daguerreotype case in a leather case.

Dates: 1845

Woman Wearing Shaw and Jewelry , 1843

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 1, CP 1:8
Scope and Contents

Daguerreotype of a woman wearing a shaw and jewelry in front of a colored sky in a lyre design leather case. "M.B. Brady" is stamped on the front of the case.

Dates: 1843

Woman with Long Curls and Book (Reversed), 1853 - 1855

 Item
Identifier: Cased Photographs Box 3, CP 3:8
Scope and Contents This Daguerreotype photo contains the image of a woman with long girls and a book. The photo is on a 1/8 plate situated in a push button leather case. There is a metal mat stamped with "Whitehurst Galleries: New York, Baltimore, Richmond, Norfolk, Petersburg, and Lynchburg". This photo was taken by Jesse Harrison Whitehurst in New York, N.Y., U.S.A. circa 1853-1855. The woman's hand is on a book titled "Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Norfolk and Vicinity..." published in 1853 by...
Dates: 1853 - 1855