Mirror Image: The Influence of the Daguerreotype on American Society
"This book describes the cultural, commercial, and social aspects of the daguerreotype, including the fascinating story of the daguereotypists, their methods, their studios, and their subjects"--Cover.
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The Climate of Need
Origins and Initial Reception
Naturalization into America
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