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Rensselaer E. Churchill.
Tinted Children and Doll.

Quarter-plate daguerreotype.
Collection of Ellen Mann Wyman.


The Daguerreian Annual 2005

290 pages


Feature Portfolio:

Images of Colonial Empire: British Military Daguerreotypes
Part 1: The British Sea Services

— Dr. William J. Schultz

Table of Contents

Daguerreotypes of the Paris Exposition Universelle, 1855
— John Hannavy

One and the Same? Miss S. R. Charter, Boston’s First Female Daguerreotypist & Susan R. D. (Charter) Humphrey, Patrician’s Wife
— Ron Polito

The Day Lincoln Lied
— R. Bruce Duncan

A Special Portfolio of Members’ Favorite Daguerreotypes

The Boyden Daguerreotype Camera
One of America’s First Photographic Instruments

— O. Henry Mace

Trades in Danger of Extinction: A Portfolio from Argentina
— Carlos Darío Albornoz, translated by Andrea Cuarterolo

The Surgeon’s Mate
Revolutionary War Doctor Eneas Munson

— Joe Bauman

Fashioning Photography: The Palais Royal and Early French Studios
— Stephen Monteiro

“Each Button, Button-Hole, and Every Fold”
Dress in the American Daguerreotype Portrait

— Christina Johnson

A Family of Images:
The Shepherd Family of Oneonta Plains, New York

— Robert E. Haines

Daguerreotype Holography
— Shani Miller, Alan Elliott, Jessica Gouthro and Philip Wilksch

Index

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