The Daguerreian Society
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COLLECTION: Matthew R. Isenburg
CATEGORY: Scene, Country
SIZE: Sixth-plates, two images CASE TYPE: Leather
ARTIST: J. Charles Moore
Noted By:
LOCATION: Franklin Co., OHDATE(S): Dec. 8, 1855
Location Noted By:
Typed paper slip
IMPRINT OR NOTE: “Floating Artist” (Daguerreian boat)
SUBJECT: Two images in one case. (Left)Hulva’s Tavern; 36 William Street, Lockbourn Ohio. Two-story, five-ranked side-gabled brick Georgian home with cupola. Paired interior ridge chimneys. Wood fence, lattice on back wing. Man leaning against lamp post? (Right) Portrait of a man, torn overcoat. Arch? Q
Noted By: typed paper slip behind image
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