"Daguerre's American Legacy" a new book of American portrait photographs, 1840 - 1900----
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Daguerre's American Legacy

PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS,  1840 - 1900 (click here)
Features 200+ DAGUERREOTYPES, AMBROTYPES,  TINTYPES, CDVS & CABINET CARDS
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DAGUERRE'S  AMERICAN  LEGACY
Photographic Portraits, 1840 - 1900

American Portrait Photography - Daguerreotypes to 1900

An exhibition showcasing the works of the first American photographers will be on view at the MIT Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts from April until January 4, 2015.  "Daguerre's American Legacy" was the very first photo exhibit shown in the home of photography's inventor, Louis Daguerre, in Bry-sur-Marne, France.  (click here for more)

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