The Daguerreian Society


Collection of Graham
and Graciela Pilecki

The Daguerreian Annual 1995


Feature Portfolios:

Silver & Gold: A Preview of Cased Images from Northern California Collections,
Drew Johnson

The Collection of Southworth and Hawes Daguerreotypes at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
Anne E. Havinga

Table of Contents

The Editor's Fuming Box, Laurie A. Baty

The Union Case in Great Britian, John Hannavy

Two Explorers on the Trail to California: Carvalho and Fremont, Andrew Rolle

Philip Haas: Lithographer, Print Publisher, and Daguerreotypist, William and Estelle Marder with Sally Pierce

Charleston & M.P. Simons, Harvey S. Teal

Noodle's Attempts at Suicide

The Voyage of Captain Lucas and the Daguerreotype to Sydney, R. Derek Wood

Roderick M., George H., and Henry Hobart Cole: Midwestern Pioneer Photographers, Jane Rohrschneider

Webster, Clay, Calhoun, and Jackson. How They Sat for Their Daguerreotypes, T. B. Thorpe

Josiah Johnson Hawes, Dies in His Ninety-Fourth Year

Silver & Gold: A Preview of Cased Images from Northern California Collections, Drew Johnson

The Pencil of Nature in Washington, DC: Daguerreotyping the President, Thomas M. Weprich

The Daguerreotype, Mrs. H.G. Gardner

A Re-identification of an African-American Portrait in the 1994 Annual, Bruce T. Erickson

"Never Give Up; It is Better to Hope than once to Despair": Providence, Rhode Island, and the Daguerreotype, Maureen Taylor

Theodore Maurisset's "Fantaisies": La Daguerreotypomanie, Gary W. Ewer

The Most Famous Daguerreian Portrait: Exploring the History of the Dorothy Catherine Draper Daguerreotype, Howard R. McManus

G.B. Goodman: Australia's First Daguerreotypist, Sandy Barrie

Farmer and Mechanic, 11 November 1847

A Contrasting Study of Three German Daguerreotypists, Hans W. Gummersbach

Who in Oslo Would Want a Picture of Theodore Parker, Sally Pierce

The Inconstant Daguerreotype

"Proud of the Result of my Labor.":Frederick DeBourg Richards (1822-1903), Laurie A. Baty

The Collection of Southworth and Hawes Daguerreotypes at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Anne E. Havinga

". . . A Pleasant Employment for Ladies. . .", Roger C. Watson

"Where Were You Last Night at Twelve": A Judicial Sketch, Chris Steele

About the Authors

Index


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