The Daguerreian Society
The Daguerreian Society, founded 1988, is an organization of hundreds of individuals and institutions sharing a common interest in the art, history and practice of the daguerreotype. A membership in the Society includes these benefits:

The Daguerreian Society Quarterly is published four times a year and features previously unpublished daguerreotypes, articles of interest, late breaking news, and reviews of recent publications.

The Daguerreian Society Annual features over 250 pages of unique research by Society members supported by scores of quality reproductions and historical reprints. In publication since 1990, these volumes have become a prime resource for daguerreian study and appreciation.

In the fall of every year the Society sponsors a four day Symposium: a full weekend of presentations, round table discussions and enjoying the company of other persons who love daguerreotypes.

Our Membership directory is now available on-line and available to members. The searchable Directory contains members' addresses and phone numbers as well as a listing of member's interests and is cross-indexed by state.

The Daguerreian Society is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501(c)3 organization.