RE: Locating daguerrotype from a back issue
I'm wondering if you could give me some information about the daguerreotype image that appears in a back issue of Ralph at
Do you know where the image is from, who took it, who it is of, etc.? If you have a moment, please let me know.--- Suzannah
I am pretty sure that the daguerreotypes appearing there were taken directly from the book under review, America & The Daguerreotype as edited by John Wood, published by the University of Iowa Press.--- LL
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