Cased Image Collection

Cased Image Collection

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Title: Cased Image Collection
Dates: 1840s-1900s
Quantity: 6.6 Linear feet (32 half boxes, 1 large doc box)
Abstract:This collection contains cased images which have been removed from Hargrett Manuscripts collections over many years (although this is no longer the practice). Images can be cross referenced back to their original collection number for context.
Coll. Number: ms3529.TEMP

Arrangement

Images have been arranged alphabetically by the last name of the subject, with a small number of undidentified images listed in categories at the end.


Index Terms

Cased photographs.
Georgia--History--19th century--Photographs.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

Cased Image Collection, MS 3529. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Material

See also photographic materials from this collection that were removed to the Cased Image Collection, MS 3529.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 
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11C.I. 1 Anderson, Frances, and Lionel Anderson. Labelled "Aunt Fan and Lionel Anderson.", circa 1855 (Plate Size: 8x7 cm; sixth plate; Mat Style: Oval; Case deisgn: Geometric; worn; back over only)
Negative number 2745
Young woman holding child.
 
2C.I. 2 Atkisson, Frances Harden (1827-1890), and George Baber Atkisson (1843-1923), children of Joab and Matilda Ellis Baber Atkisson, circa 1848 (Plate mark: Jones & Co. (stamped in upper left corner) (Rihhart hallmark 28) N.Y.; Plate size: 10.5 x 8.5 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: Elliptical; Case Design: Delicate flowers; hinge tender)
children of Joab and Matilda Ellis Babar Atkisson
 
3C.I. 3 Atkisson, Joab (born Fluvanna County, Virginia 1798; died Athens, Georgia 1878), circa 1854 (Plate size: 5.5 x 5 cm; twelfth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Linked scroll; hinge repaired with tape)
Joab Atkisson; son of Michael and Cecelia Oglesby Atkisson. Husband of Matilda Ellis Babar (1800-1873)
 
4C.I. 4 Bomar, Benjamin Franklin (born Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1819). Second mayor of Atlanta., circa 1855 (Plate mark: Scovilll Mfg. Co. (Rinhart hallmark 46c) Extra; Plate size: 8.5 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Fern left motif (case back; Vase of flowers (case cover))
Benjamin Franklin Bomar, second mayor of Atlanta
See article by T.D. Killian, "A sketch of the life of Dr. B.F. Bomar, Atlanta's Second mayor," Atlanta Historical Bulletin, V (April 1931), pp. 5-9.
 
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25C.I. 5 Butler, David Edward (1818-1886), and Virginia "Jennie" Walton Butler (1832-1900), circa 1852 (Plate Size: 10.5 x 8.5 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: oval; Case design: Open Bible and stars)
David Edward Butler and Virginia "Jennie" Walton Butler
Rev. D.E. Butler (bork Wilkes Co., Ga., 1818) was Baptist minister who resided chiefly in Madison, Ga. See sketches of his life in History of the Baptist Denomination in Georgia (Ga F285.H670 1976) and in Men of Mark in Georgia v.3, pp. 414-416. Butler was the son of David and Frances Wingfield Butler.
Negative number 2749
Photographer: S. Root 363 Broadway, N.Y.; Samuel Root had a gallery of his own at this address 1851-1857. (marked on mat)
 
6C.I. 6 Butler, David Edward, and family, mid-1860's (Plate size: 10.5 x 8.5 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Stylized six-pointed star)
David Butler and family
 
7C.I. 7 Bulter, Edward, circa 1860 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Scroll motif)
Edward Butler
Son of David E. and Jennie Walton Butler
 
8C.I. 8 Bulter, Edward, and Peter Walton Butler, circa 1859 (Plate mark: Unknown French platemaker (Rienhart hallmark 29); Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Mat not present; Case Design: Three flowers)
Edward Butler and Peter Walton Butler, children of David and Jennie Butler, noted in 1860 census as being 6 and 4 years of age respectively.
 
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39C.I. 9 Butler, Peter Walton, circa 1857 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Casemaker: Impressed on verso of mat: Holmes Booth & Hayden patent applied for; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Stylized cross and leaf; Hand-tinted)
Peter Walton Butler, son of David Edward and Virginia Walton Butler
 
10C.I. 10 Butler, Peter Walton, circa 1865 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; twelfth plate; Mat style: Oval; mat marked Dean and Emerson patent applied for. Providence R.I. No. 13.; Case design: Eight-point sunburst)
Peter Walton Butler, son of David E. and Jennie Walton Butler
 
11C.I. 11 Butler, Pierce. Philadelphia merchant and Georgia plantation owner, "Bulter's Island," and husband of Frances Anne Kemble Bulter (Fanny Kemble), circa 1847 (Plate size: 13.5 x 10.5 cm; half plate; Mat style: octagonal; Case design: flowers on cover; back plain)
Pierce Butler
Photographer: W. & F. Langenheim, Philadelphai Exchange (impressed on cover in velvet)
Negative number: 2924
 
12C.I. 12 Butler, Virginia "Jennie" Walton (Mrs. David E. Butler) of Madison, Georgia (1832-1900), circa 1853 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Flowers on geometric grid)
Virginia "Jennie" Walton Butler
Daughter of Peter Wyche and Mary Frances Fitzpatrick Walton
 
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413C.I. 13 Chiles, Mrs. Mary Frank, and daughter Mary Chiles (married name Ware), circa 1847 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Elliptical; Case design: plain)
Mrs. Mary Frank Chiles and daughter, Mary Chiles
 
14C.I. 14 Chiles, Mrs. Mary Frank, and daughter Mary Chiles (married name Ware), circa 1852 (Plate size: 10 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Scroll and geometric motif)
Mrs. Mary Frank Chiles and daughter, Mary Chiles
 
15C.I. 15 Davenport, Henry, of Americus, Sumter County, Georgia, circa 1861 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: oval; Case design: Star and stylized floral)
Henry Davenport
Paper laid in back of image reads, "H.T. Davenport, eighteen years of age, Co. A. 12th Regt. Ga. Vols." Henry Thomas Davenport enlisted as a private in the Muckalee Guards of Sumter Co. (Co.A, 12th Regt. Ga. Vols, Army of Northern Virginia) on 15 June 1861. He was wounded at Chancellorsville 2 May 1863 and at the Wilderness 5 May 1864; wounded and captured at Spotslyvania 10 May 1864; paroled at Elmire, N.Y. 10 March 1865; exchanged at Boulware's Wharf, James River, Va. 15 March 1865; surrendered Albany, Ga. 10 May 1865.
 
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516C.I. 16 Davis, Edwin Tralona (1842-1879), crica 1860 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Book)
Edwin Tralona Davis
Photographer: Unidentified New York City ambrotypist with studio on Broadway
Davis was born in Davidboro, Ga., in August 1842 and died in Thomasville, Ga., on 14 April 1879. He left Mercer University in 1861 to enlist in F.H. Ivey's Washington Co. "Mount Vernon Rifles." On the 1st of May 1862, he was elected 2nd sergeant of Co.A, 57th Regt., Ga. Vol. Inf., Army of Tenn., Thomas Co. "Dixie Boys." Jr. 2nd Lt. Jan. 1863; wounded Baker's Creek, Miss. 16 May 1863; captured Vicksburg 4 July 1863; exchanged 1863; acting Adjutant 13 Jan. 1864; elected Captain of Co.B in 1864; surrendered at Greensboro, N.C. 26 April 1865. He was husband of Martha Jones Davis.
 
17C.I. 17 Davis, Martha Jones, circa 1862 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: oval; Case design: Fern leaves)
Martha Jones Davis
Daughter of Thomas Jones of Greenwood Plantation, Thomasville, Ga. Wife of Edwin Tralona Davis.
 
18C.I. 18 Deas, J.M., J.E. Deas, and Deasie Walker, circa 1843 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Retangle; Case design: Plain)
J.M. Deas, J.E. Deas, and Deasie Walker
Isabella Elizabeth Deas ("Deasie") Walker was born in 1838.
 
19C.I. 19 Deas, J.M., J.E. Deas, and Deasie Walker, circa 1843 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate (but image is sixteenth size on plate); Mat style: Thin rectangle; Case design: Plain)
J.M. Deas, J.E. Deas, and Deasie Walker
Minature copy of original image (C.I. 18)
 
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620C.I. 20 Dunwody, Elizabeth West Smith (1794-1879), circa 1850 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: lilies)
Elizabeth West Smith Dunwody
Wife of James Dunwody (1789-1833)of McIntosh Co., Ga.; daughter of James and Jane Seymour Munro Smith of Sunbury, Liberty Co., Ga.
 
21C.I. 21 Dunwody, Sarah Ann (1827-1849), circa 1843 (Plate mark: Scovills, at lower left; Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Casemaker: John Plumbe, Jr.; mat marked "Plumbe"; Mat style: octagonal; Case design: basket of flowers)
Sarah Ann Dunwody
Daughter of James and Elizabeth West Smith Dunwody of McIntosh Co., Ga. See Rinhart, The American Daguerreotype, p. 160.
 
22C.I. 22 Dunwody, Sarah Ann (1827-1849), circa 1843 (Plate mark: Unidentifiable mark on upper left corner; Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Gold retangle with scroll motif)
Sarah Ann Dunwody
Daughter of James and Elizabeth West Smith Dunwody of McIntosh Co., Ga.
 
23C.I. 23 Dunwody, Sarah Ann (1827-1849), Jane Adaline Dunwody Jones (1820-1884), and Mary Elizabeth Dunwody (1818-1884); group portrait holding daguerreotype of their grandfather, James Smith (1766-1854), circa 1846 (Plate size: 10.5 x 14 cm; half plate; Mat style: octagonal; Case design: Linked scroll)
Sarah Ann Dunwody, Jane Adaline Dunwody Jones, and Mary Elizabeth Dunwody
Photographer: Samuel Broadbent
Daughters of James and Elizabeth West Smith Dunwody of McIntosh Co., Ga. the daguerreotype of James Smith is also in the UGa Collection. See Rinhart, The American Daguerreotype, p. 71.
 
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724C.I. 24 Dunwody, William James (1823-1873), circa 1846 (Plate size: 13.5 x 10.5 cm; half plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Linked scroll)
William James Dunwody
Photographer: Samuel Broadbent
Son of James and Elizabeth West Smith Dunwody of McIntosh Co., Ga. He was a matriculate at the University of Georgia, class of 1842. Elected to State Senate from McIntosh in 1853. Died unmarried. See Rinhart, The American Daguerreotype, p. 72.
 
25C.I. 25 Greenwood Plantation, Thomasville, Georgia, circa 1853 (Plate mark: Scovill Mfg Co. (Rinhart hallmark 46c); Plate size: 10.5 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: double elliptical; Case design: Floral)
Greenwood Plantation house
Negative number: 603
The plantation house, home of pioneer Thomas Co., Ga. settler Thomas Jones and his family, was begun in 1839 under the direction of English architect John Wind. Greenwood stands today and is on the Nationsl Register of Historic Places. See Rinhart, The American Daguerreotype, pp. 352-353.
 
26C.I. 26 Harris, James C., circa 1854 (Plate mark: Scovill Mfg Co. (Rinhart hallmark 46c); extra; Plate Size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Eight-point sunburst)
James C. Harris
Brother of Thomas Alonzo Harris; husband of Mrs. Rebecca Harris
 
27C.I. 27 Harris, Rebecca, circa 1854 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Eight-point sunburst)
Rebeccca Harris
Wife of James C. Harris
 
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828C.I. 28 Harris, Sarah Means, circa 1855 (Plate mark: Holmes, Booth and Hayden, New York eagle plate (Rinhart hallmark 20a); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpariel; Case design: Urn)
Sarah Means Harris
Wife of James Steele Harris of Anderson District, S.C. Among their children were Amanda Harris Hay, James C. Harris, and Thomsa Alonzo Harris. Old retained label reads "Grandma Harris."
 
29C.I. 29 Harris, Thomas Alonzo (1834-1900), circa 1852 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Bird on nest with flowers)
Thomas Alonzo Harris
Born Anderson Districk, S.C., died Wintersville, Ga. Son of James Steele and Sarah Means Harris. Graduated from Wofford College 1858, Kappa Alpha fraternity. Served as chaplain in Confederate army. Married 1857 to Isabella Elizabeth Deas ("Deasie") Walker (1838-1906) of Charleston, S.C. Children: Fannie Theresa; Isabella Holmes Walker; Sara Harriet; Jennie Leslis; Harriet Stafford; Jessie Douglas; Charles Walker; Thomas Carlisle; Deasie Lou. T.A. Harris served the Lexington, Ga. and Athens charges and taught school.
 
30C.I. 30 Harris, Thomas Alonzo (1834-1900), circa 1858 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: wallet and clasp)
Thomas Alonzo Harris
For biographical information see C.I. 29
 
31C.I. 31 Harris, Thomas Alonzo (1834-1900), circa 1860 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: oval; Case design: Eight-point sunburst)
Thomas Alonzo Harris
For biographical information see C.I. 29
 
32C.I. 32 Hay, Amanda Harris, circa 1854 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Delicate flowers)
Amanda Harris Hay
Daughter of James Steele and Sarah Means Harris of Anderson District, S.C.
 
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933C.I. 33 Heyward, Margaret, circa 1856 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Linked scroll)
Margaret Heyward
Old label on back reads "Aunt Margaret Heyward" in same handwriting as label on ambrotype of Frances Anderson (C.I. 1)
 
34C.I. 34 Hood, Donald Mc, and Frances Hood, circa 1860 (Plate size: 10.5 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: oval; Case design: ripple with border)
Donald Mc Hood and Frances Hood
Negative number: 2231
 
35C.I. 35 Howard, Caroline Matilda Elizabeth ("Carrie") Shackelford (1835-1927, circa 1852 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Casemaker: Cook; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Wreathed oval; in oval- Cook Artist Charleston)
Caroline Matilda Elizabeth ("Carrie") Shackleford Howard
Photographer: George Smith Cook
Negative number: 4938
Wife of Chessley Bostwick Howard (1829-1904), chiefly resident of Taylor Co., Ga., moving in 1876 to Kirkwood in Atlanta; daughter of Francis Robert and Caroline Seymour Dunwody Shackelford of McIntosh Co., Ga. See Rinhart, The American Daguerreotype, p. 227
 
36C.I. 36 Hoyt, Nathan (1793-1866), circa 1847 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: oval; Case design: Vase of flowers)
Nathan Hoyt
Rev. Nathan Hoyt, D.D., was a native of Gilmanton, N.H. A Presbyterian minister, he accepted the call to the Athens, Ga., church in 1830, coming from Washington, Ga. he served the Athens pastorate until his death 12 July 1866. Married to Margaret Bliss Hoyt (1794-1872), born in Springfiel, Mass.
 
37C.I. 37 Jones, Dunwody, circa 1845 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Casemaker: Simons; mat marked M.P. Simons Philada; Mat style: octagonal; Case design: Plain)
Dunwody Jones
Photographer: Montgomery P. Simons, Philadelphia
Note of Frances Dunwody Jones (Mott) retained with image reads: "'Uncle Dun' Major Dunwody Jones my father's older brother (by 20 years) In Confederate army - Died in his early 30ies - after the war." For information on Simons, see Rinhart, The American Daguerrotype, p. 409.
 
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1038C.I. 38 Jones, Henry Francis, with R.B. Adams and J.T. Douglas, Ca. 1859 or 1860 (Plate size: 10.5 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: nonperail)
Henry Francis Jones, R.B. Adams, and J.T. Douglas
Negative number: 2746
H.F. Jones was the son of Thomas Jones of Greenwood Plantation, Thomas Co., Ga. Adams and Douglas were from South Carolina. Adjutant of Cobb's Legion Cavalry, H.F. Jones (b. 1841) was killed in action on 13 July 1864. All 3 students in class of 1860, Chapel Hill. Douglas at UNC 1859 or 1860. Adams from Yorkville, SC.
 
39C.I. 39 Jones, Jane Adaline Dunwody (1820-1884), circa 1846 (Plate size: 13.5 x 10 cm; half plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Link scroll)
Jane Adaline Dunwody Jones
Photographer: Samuel Broadbent
Daughter of James and Elizabeth West Smith Dunwody of McIntosh Co., Ga. On 18 February 1841, she married the Rev. John James (1815-1893) and was the mother of four children.
 
40C.I. 40 Jones, John (1815-1893), circa 1846 (Plate mark: Scovills, at lower left; Plate size: 7.5 x 7.6 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Octagon with linked scroll)
John Jones
Photographer: Samuel Broadbent
Son of Joseph and Sarah Anderson Jones of Liberty Co., Ga.; graduate of University of Georgia 1836 and Columbia Theological Seminary 1839; married Jane Adaline Dunwody 1841. Presbyterian minister. Father of James Dunwody Jones, Mary Elizabeth Jones, John Carolin Jones, and Joseph Henry Jones. Chaplin for 8th Regt. Ga. Vol. Inf. Army of Morthern Virginia in 1861. Evangelist for Atlanta Presbytery 1870-1893.
 
41C.I. 41 Jones, John (1815-1893), circa 1847 (Plate mark: "Plumbe" stamped on lower right mat; Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Casemaker: Label inside case reads: Manufactured at the Plumbe National Daguerrian Department, New York; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Lyre and scroll)
John Jones
Photographer: John Plumbe, Jr.
 
42C.I. 42 Jones, John (1815-1893), circa 1857 (Plate size: 10 x 7.5 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Floral motif)
John Jones
 
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1143C.I. 43 Jones, John Carolin (1852-1933), and Joseph Henry Jones (1854-1935), circa 1857 (Plate mark: Melainotype plate Forneff's pat. at left edge; Plate size: 7 x 8 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Eight-pointed star and leaf wreath)
John Carolin Jones and Joseph Henry Jones
Sons of Rev. John and Jane Adaline Dunwody Jones. John C. Jones graduated from Oglethorpe University in 1872, and settled in Orlando, Fla., in 1881 becoming a prominent lawyer in that state. Joseph H. Jones attended Oglethorpe University and graduated from Mercer in 1874. He joined his brother in his practive of law in 1893.
 
44C.I. 44 Jones, Joseph (1779-1846), circa 1844 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: octagonal; Case design: vase of flowers)
Joseph Jones
Trice married, Joseph Jones was the son of John and Mary Sharpe Jones. His father died 9 October 1779 at the siege of Savannah, seven weeks before Joseph's birth. Joseph Jones was captain of the Libery Independent Troop durning the War of 1812. He was the father of 26 children of whom 13 lived to maturity, among them Mary Jones who wed the Rev. Dr. Charles Colcock Jones.
 
45C.I. 45 Jones, Lavinia Young, crica 1860 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: oval; Case design: Roses in oval)
Lavinia Young Jones
 
46C.I. 46 Jones, Mary Elizabeth (1849-1852), 1852 (Plate mark: Scovills; Plate size: 8 x 10.5 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Rose and lily)
Mary Elizabeth Jones Post-mortem image
Daughter of the Rev. John and Jane Adaline Dunwody Jones, she died in Marietta, Ga., on 26 April 1852. This is a post-mortem image.
 
47C.I. 47 Jones, Mary Elizabeth (1849-1852), 1852 (Plate mark: Scovill Mfg Co. Extra at lower left; Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Young girl strewing flowers)
Mary Elizabeth Jones Post-mortem image
Daughter of the Rev. John and Jane Adaline Dunwody Jones, she died in Marietta, Ga., on 26 April 1852. This is a post-mortem image.
 
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1248C.I. 48 Jones, Mary Jones (1808-1869), circa 1848 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Ornate octagonal)
Mary Jones Jones
Wife of the Rev. Charles Colcock Jones of Liberty Co., Ga., her first cousin; daughter of Joseph and Sarah Anderson Jones. The lives of the Rev. and Mrs. Jones and their children Charles Colcock Jones, Jr. (1831-1893), Joseph Jones (1833-1896), and Mary Sharpe Jones (1835-1889) are chronicled in The Children of Pride, edited by Robery Manson Myers (New Haven, 1972).
 
49C.I. 49 Jones, Mary Jones (1808-1869), circa 1852 (Plate mark: A. Gaudin (Rinhart hallmark 2); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Ornate octagonal; Case design: Bluebells and rose)
Mary Jones Jones
Photographer: David C. Collins, Philadelphia
 
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32143C.I. 143 LeConte, John, circa 1855 (Plate size: 7 x 8 cm; sixth plate)
John LeConte
Negative number: 2519
 
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1250C.I. 50 Lewis, Robert W, Jr. (b. 1839), circa 1863 (Plate size: 11 x 8 cm; quarter plate; May style: Oval; Case design: Floral)
Robert W. Lewis, Jr.
Photographer: J. Dozier, Charlottesville, Virginia
Note behind the image reads: "Robery W. Lewis, Jr. Aged 24 years 3 months. Weight 181 lbs. Take by J. Dozier Charlottesville Va. Nov. 6th 1863." Father of Annie Laurie Lewis of Virginia who married William Sylvanus Morris, law professor at the University of Georgia for many years.
 
51C.I. 51 Long, Elizabeth Amanda (1828-1897), circa 1856 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Rose and lily)
Elizabeth Amanda Long
Wife of Samuel Pinkney Thurmond (1820-1887), married on 3 January 1860; daughter of James and Elizabeth Ware Long of Madison Co., Ga. Sister of Dr. Crawford W. Long.
 
52C.I. 52 Long, Elizabeth Amanda (1828-1897), and Henry Russell Jones Long (1823-1888), circa 1844 (Plate size: 7.5 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Plain)
Elizabeth Amanda Long and Henry Russell Jones Long
Children of James and Elizabeth Ware Long of Madison Co., Ga. Elizabeth Amanda Long married Samuel Pinkney Thurmond, Athens, Ga. lawyer, on 3 January 1860. They had three daughters. H.R.J. Long became a physician, married Susan J. Stroud (1828-1894) of Clarke Co., Ga. They had three children: Mary, Valeria Serena, and Willim J. Long.
 
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1353C.I. 53 Long, Elizabeth Ware(1789-1856), circa 1854 (Plate mark: Scovill Mfg Co. (Rinhart hallmark 46c) at extreme lower corner; Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Leaf and ripple)
Elizabeth Ware Long
Wife of James Long (1781-1853) and daughter of Edward and Sarah Thurmond Ware of Amherst, Va. Moved to Madison Co., Ga.; Inscription of inside of case is dated "1 of February 1854"
 
54C.I. 54 Long, James (1781-1853), circa 1851 (copy of earlier daguerrotype) (Plate mark: Scovill Mfg Co. (Rinhart hallmark 46c); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Ornate octagonal; Case design: Swirl)
James Long
Long, born at Carlisle, Pa. on 4 April 1781, died at Danielsville, Ga., of cholera on 9 March 1853. He was a successful merchant and planter and a member of the Presbyterian Church. On 8 Dec. 1813, he married Elizabeth Ware (1789-1856). They were the parents of Crawfor Williamson Long, M.D. (1815-1878), Sarah Ann Elinor Long Mitchell (1817-1874), Henry Russell Jones Long, M.D. (1823-1888), and Elizabeth Amanda Long Thurmond (1828-1897).
 
55C.I. 55 McBride, Rev. and Mrs., circa 1859 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Book)
Rev. and Mrs. McBride
Note attached to case reads: "Rev. McBride and wife. (Friends of Rev. J[ohn] J[ones].) Foreign missionaries."
 
56C.I. 56 North, John R. (1837-1862), circa 1861 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Bow motif)
John R. North
Negative number: 4713
North was a lawyer in Jackson Co., Ga., a nephew of Samuel P. Thurmond. He enlisted as a private in Co. C, 18th Regt., Ga. Vol. Inf., Amry of Northern Virginia, "Jackson County Volunteers" on 14 June 1861. Transferred to Co. B, 16th Regt., Ga. Vol. Inf., "Center Hill Guards" on 26 July 1861. Appointed sergeant. Elected Jr. 2nd lieutenant, 27 June 1862. Killed at Crampton's Gap, Md. 14 Sept. 1862.
 
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1457C.I. 57 Rogers, Amarinthia Munro, circa 1851 (Plate size: 16 x 14; three-quarter plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Scroll design)
Amarinthia Munro Rogers
Negative number: 2755
Sister of Jane Seymour Munro Smith
 
58C.I. 58 Schwartz, Margaret, circa 1847 (Plate size: 7.5 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Elliptical; Case design: Stylized star with linked scroll)
Margaret Schwartz
Note retained reads: "Think this is Aunt Margart Schwartz."
 
59C.I. 59 Smith, James (1766-1854), circa 1846 (Plate mark: Unidentified mark in upper right corner; Plate size: 14 x 10.5 cm; half plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Linked scroll)
James Smith
Photographer: Samuel Broadbent
Negative number: 3728
Husband of Jane Seymour Munro (1774-1857); he was native of Dorchester, S.C., who settled at Sanbury, Liberty Co., Ga., afterwards moving to Roswell, Cobb Co., Ga., in 1837. He died in Brighton, his summer residence in McIntosh Co., Ga., on 22 May 1854.
 
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1560C.I. 60 Smith, Jane Seymour Munro (1774-1857), circa 1846 (Plate size: 13.5 x 10.5 cm; half plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: linked scroll)
Jane Seymour Munro Smith
Photographer: Samuel Broadbent
 
61C.I. 61 Thurmond, Samuel Pinkney (1820-1887), circa 1860 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Floral motif in mother-of-pearl on tortoise shell)
Samuel Pinkney Thurmond
Prominent lawyer of Athens, Ga., son of John D. and Endocia Hill Thurmond. Married Elizabeth Amanda Long and they had three children: Sallie (1862-1888); Elizabeth "Bessie" married Isaac Glasgow Swift of Elberton, Ga.; Carrie (1865-1918).
 
62C.I. 62 Wade, Frances (Fanny) Rebecca Walton (1836-1856), circa 1850 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Abstract swirl)
Frances "Fanny" Rebecca Walton Wade
Photographer: Leigh & Tucker, Ga. (marked on mat), Augusta
Daughter of Peter Wyche and Mary Frances Fitzpatrick Walton of Madison, Ga.
 
63C.I. 63 Wade, Frances (Fanny), circa 1855 (Plate mark: Unknown French platemaker (Rinhart hallmark 29); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Abstract swirl)
Frances "Fanny" Wade
 
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1664C.I. 64 Walker, Charles Saunders, circa 1860 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Casemaker: Impressed on verso of mat: Homles Booth and Hayden patent applied for; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Roses)
Charles Saunders Walker
Son of the Rev. Charles S. Walker and his wife Harriet Walker of Charleston, S.C.
 
65C.I. 65 Walker, Charles Saunders, and A.W. Walker, circa 1853 (Plate size: A.W. Walker - 8 x 5.5cm; C.S. Walker - 7 x 5.5 cm; Mat style: Double oval; Case design: Golden feathers)
Charles Saunders Walker and A.W. Walker
Twin sons of the Rev. Charles S. and Harriet Walker of Charleston, S.C.
 
66C.I. 66 Walker, Isabella Elizabeth Deas "Deasie" (1838-1906), circa 1843 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Rectangle; Case style: Plain)
Isabella Elizabeth Deas "Deasie" Walker
Daughter of the Rev. Charles Saunders Walker and Harriet Walker of Charleston, S.C. Married 9 July 1857 to the Rev. Thomas Alonza Harris.
 
67C.I. 67 Walker, James E, circa 1848 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Ripple and medallion)
James E Walker
 
68C.I. 68 Walker, Mattie, circa 1853 (Plate size: 10.5 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Mixed floral)
Mattie Walker
Negative number: 4934
 
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1769C.I. 69 Walton, Mary Frances Fitzpatrick (1812-1884), circa 1845 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Case of flowers)
Mary Frances Fitzpatrick Walton
Wife of Peter Wyche Walton of Madison, Ga; daughter of Constantine and Mary Perkins Fitzpatrick
 
70C.I. 70 Walton, Peter Wyche, circa 1852 (Plate mark: Scovill Mfg Co (Rinhart hallmark 46c); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Roses)
Peter Wyche Walton
Husband of Mary Frances Fitzpatrick Walton (1812-1884). They had four children: Virginia (1832-1900) married David E. Butler; Frances Rebecca (1836-1856) married Mr. Wade; Mary Perkins (b. 1839) married Dr. James Ervin Godfrey; and Peter Wyche (1840-1916) married Sue Reid.
 
71C.I. 71 Walton, Peter Wyche, Jr. (1840-1916), circa 1843 (Plate mark: Scovills (Rinhart hallmark 46); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Elliptical; Case design: Delicate flowers with rose)
Peter Wyche Walton Jr.
Son of Peter Wyche and Mary Frances Fitzpatrick Walton of Madison, Ga. Married Sue Reid of Eatonton, Ga. on 3 November 1873
 
72C.I. 72 Walton, Peter Wyche, Jr. (1840-1916), circa 1847 (Plate mark: 40 M.E. Unknown platemaker (Rinhart hallmark 14); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Lyre)
Peter Wyche Walton, Jr.
Son of Peter Wyche and Mary Frances Fitzpatrick Walton of Madison, Ga. Married Sue Reid of Eatonton, Ga. on 3 November 1873.
 
73C.I. 73 Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C., circa 1854 (Plate mark: H.B. 40 (Rinhart hallmark 19); Plate size: 11 x 14 cm; half plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Vase with flowers)
Wofford College main building
 
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1874C.I. 74 Wray, Thomas (1805-1860), circa 1849 (Plate mark: Scovills (Rinhart hallmark 46c); Plate size: 11 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Swirl)
Thomas Wray
Planter of Wrayswood, Greene Co., Ga.; owned 143 slaves at the outbreak of Civil War. In the 1840's he also built the Wray-Nicholson housr in Athens (not Christian College of Georgia). Among the children of Thomas and Theodosia C. Wray were Georgette (1836-1838), Philip (1838-1914), Walter (1844-1909), Thomas (d. 1862), and Theodocia, and Frances (1840-1904).
 
75C.I. 75 Wray, Thomas (1805-1860), circa 1849 (Plate mark: Unknown French platemaker 40 J B (Double) (Rinhart hallmark 25); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Roses and mixed flowers)
Thomas Wray
 
76C.I. 76 Wray, Thomas (d. 1862), circa 1859 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Islamic)
Thomas Wray
Son of Thomas and Theodocia C. Wray
 
77C.I. 77 Wray, Virginia, circa 1857 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; May style: Octagonal; Case design: Fern leaf (back), Cross-hatch and scroll (front))
Virginia Wray
Negative number: 4939
Daughter of Thomas and Theodocia C. Wray. Buried at Oconee Hills Cemetery, Athens. Label attached to the case notes her death as "in the early 1860's".
 

Unidentified images



Children

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1978C.I. 78 Child. Baby in calico., circa 1859 (Plate size: 7.5 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Islamic)
Baby in calico
Original image is discernable but very dark
79C.I. 79 Child. Baby on striped blanket., circa 1875 (Plate size: 8.5 x 6 cm)
Baby on striped blanket
80C.I. 80 Couple. Husband and wife (head shots)., circa 1853 (Plate size: 3.5 x 3 cm each; sixteenth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Abstract leaf medallion)
Husband and wife, head shots.
Images placed facing each other in miniature case.
81C.I. 81 Couple. Girl with purse and boy seated., circa 1858 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Vase of flowers)
Girl with purse and boy seated.
82C.I. 82 Group. Young girl and boy with black servant., undated (Plate size: 10.5 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Vase of flowers and fruit)
Young girl and boy with black servant.



Women

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2083C.I. 83 Female. Woman in striped dress., circa 1842 (Plate mark: Scovills (Rinhart hallmark 46); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Plain)
Woman in striped dress
84C.I. 84 Female. Young woman holding book., circa 1846 (Plate mark: 40 Double Grise (Rinhart hallmark 18b); Plate mark: 10.5 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Mat style: Ornate octagonal; Case design: Lilies)
Young woman holding book.
Negative number 2750
85C.I. 85 Female. Elderly woman in lace cap., circa 1850 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; May style: oval; Case design: Girl strewing flowers)
Elderly woman in lace cap.
86C.I. 86 Female. Woman in dotted dress., circa 1850 (Plate mark: 20 (possible Rinhart hallmark 31b); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Spiral swirl)
Woman in dotted dress.
Photographer: John Fitzgibbon
87C.I. 87 Female. Edlerly woman in black shawl., Circa 1852 (Plate mark: NP. 40 Unknown platemaker (Rinhart hallmark 42); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Stylized lead motif within oval)
Elderly woman in black shawl
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2188C.I. 88 Female. Two young women standing., circa 1852 (Plate mark: A Gaudin (Rinhart hallmark 2); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Pebble-grained oval medallion)
Two young women standing.
Subject at left is the same individual as C.I. 99
89C.I. 89 Female. Woman in white tippet., circa 1853 (Plate mark: Unknown French platemaker (Rinhart hallmark 29); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Abstract leaf design)
Woman in white tippet.
90C.I. 90 Female. Young girl in white bonnet., circa 1853 (Plate mark: Double A. Gaudin (Rinhart hallmark 2); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Bird on grape vine)
Young girl in white bonnet
91C.I. 91 Female. Woman in plaid dress., circa 1854 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: spiral)
Woman in plaid dress
92C.I. 92 Female. Young woman with hands clasped., circa 1854 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Leaf motif medallion)
Young woman with hands clasped.
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2293C.I. 93 Female. Woman in lace collar., circa 1855 (Plate size: 4 x 3.5 cm; sixteenth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Open center with border of stylized leaves)
Woman in lace collar.
94C.I. 94 Female. Woman in white cap and black cape., circa 1855 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Linked scroll medallion)
Woman in white cap and black cape.
Negative number: 4936
95C.I. 95 Female. Woman with dark collar., circa 1855 (Plate size: 6.5 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Casemaker: Mat marked "J. Gurney 349 Broadway"; Mat style: Oval)
Photographer: Jeremiah Gurney, New York
Woman with dark collar.
96C.I. 96 Female. Young woman with brooch and white collar., circa 1855 (Plate size: 4 x 3.5 cm; sixteenth plate; Mat style: nonpareil; Case design: Open field with stylized leaf border)
Young woman with brooch and white collar.
Love note written inside case, unsigned.
97C.I. 97 Female. Young girl holding doll., circa 1857 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate)
Young girl holding doll.
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2398C.I. 98 Female. Young girl with necklace., circa 1858 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Vase of flowers)
Young girl with necklace.
99C.I. 99 Female. Woman with lace collar and cameo., circa 1859 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Ornate oval; Case design: Wallet and clasp)
Woman with lace collar and cameo.
99-1C.I. 99-1 Female. Young woman in blue dress., circa 1859 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Pebble-grain medallion)
Young woman in blue dress.
100C.I. 100 Female. Elderly woman., circa 1860 (Plate size: 6 x 4.5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Small medallion with stylized leaves)
Elderly woman
101C.I. 101 Female. Young girl seated with black gloves., circa 1860 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Floral maze)
Young girl seated with black gloves.
102C.I. 102 Female. Young woman in dress with striped sleeves., circa 1860 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Scalloped medallion)
Young woman in dress with striped sleeves.
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24103C.I. 103 Female. Young woman seated with red and black dress., circa 1860 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil)
Young woman seated with red and black dress.
Negative number: 4935
104C.I. 104 Female. Woman with short hair., circa 1866 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Cross and scroll motif)
Woman with short hair.
105C.I. 105 Female. Girl barefoot in chair., circa 1875 (Plate size: 6.5 x 4 cm)
Girl barefoot in chair.
Negative number: 2747
106C.I. 106 Female. Young girl with lace collar standing., circa 1875 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm)
Young girl with lace collar standing.



Men

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25107C.I. 107 Male. Two men in full Masonci regalia., circa 1842 (Plate mark: E. White Maker N.Y. Finest Quality A No. 1 (across top of plate); Plate size: 8 x 6.5; sixth plate; Mat style: Octagonal)
Two men in full Masonic regalia.
Negative number: 2752
108C.I. 108 Male. Man in coat and tie., circa 1845 (Plate mark: Scovills (Rinhart hallmar 46); Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate)
Man in coat and tie.
109C.I. 109 Male. Man in gray coat and black vest., circa 1845 (Plate mark: Plumbe; Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Plain)
Man in gray coat and black vest.
Photographer: John Plumbe, Jr.
110C.I. 110 Male. Young man with light beard., circa 1845 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Case design: Plain)
Young man with light beard.
111C.I. 111 Male. Young man with arm on table., circa 1846 (Plate mark: Scovills (Rinhart hallmark 46); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Ornate octagonal; Case design: Delicate flowers)
Young man with arm on table.
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26112C.I. 112 Male. Young man with keychain., circa 1846 (Plate mark: Hexamerous figure at upper right; Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Octagonal (now lacking); Case design: Plain)
Young man with keychain.
Photographer: Probably taken in Athens, Ga.
113C.I. 113 Male. Man with pocket handkerchief., circa 1850 (Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; May style: Oval)
Man with pocket handkerchief.
114C.I. 114 Male. Man with sideburns in white vest., circa 1850 (Plate size: 21 x 16 cm; full plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Castle by the lake ("Oberwees at Rhine") partly handpainted, partly mother-of-pearl; case in form of a book with "Token" printed on spine. Following leaf reproduces cover design)
Man with sideburns in white vest.
115C.I. 115 Male. Man with goatee and decorative vest., circa 1851 (Plate mark: Probably A. Gaudin (Rinhart hallmark 2); Plate size: 10 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Casemaker: "J.H. Whitehurst Galleries New York, Baltimore, Richmond, Norfolk, Petersburg and Lynchburg" impressed on velvet lining; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Flowers in oval medallion)
Man with goatee and decorative vest.
Photographer: Jesse H. Whitehurst
116C.I. 116 Male. Man in fancy vest., circa 1853 (Plate mark: S & F Unknown platemaker, probably American; Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Roses)
Man in fancy vest.
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27117C.I. 117 Male. Man in white tie., circa 1853 (Plate mark: Scovill Mfg Co. (Rinhart hallmark 46c); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Intertwined tassel)
Man in white tie.
118C.I. 118 Male. Man in fine attire., circa 1854 (Plate size: 6.5 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical)
Man in fine attire.
119C.I. 119 Male. Man in plaid vest., circa 1854 (Plate mark: Scovill Mfg Co. (Rinhart hallmark 46c); Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Cover: Roses and bluebell; Back: Star and grid)
Man in plaid vest.
120C.I. 120 Male. Man with somber expression., circa 1854 (Plate mark: Double A. Gaudin 40 (Rinhart hallmark 2); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Eight-pointed stylized leaf in oval medallion surrounded by latticing)
Man with somber expression.
121C.I. 121 Male. Man in stand-up collar., circa 1855 (Plate mark: Double 40 Unknown French platemaker (Rinhart hallmark 29); Plate size: 8 x 6.5 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Girl strewing flower petals)
Man in stand-up collar.
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28122C.I. 122 Male. Man wearing spectacles., circa 1855 (Plate size: 10.5 x 8 cm; Mat style: Oval)
Man wearing spectacles.
123C.I. 123 Male. Young man with faint mustache., circa 1857 (Plate size: 10.5 x 8 cm; quarter plate; Casemaker: "F. Moissenet Dag. Typist No. 1 Camp Street N.O." impressed in velvet cover lining; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Cluster of grapes)
Young man with faint mustache
Photographer: F. Moissenet, New Orleans
124C.I. 124 Male. Man in fancy tie., circa 1858 (Plate size: 5.5 x 4.5 cm; oval; Casemaker: Label reads: "Littlefield, Parsons & Co., Improved riveted hinge. Patented Oct. 14, 1856, and April 21, 1857."; Mat style: oval; Case design: Pleasant pastimes genre scene (oval))
Man in fancy tie.
125C.I. 125 Male. Man in striped tie., circa 1859 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Floral medallion)
Man in striped tie
126C.I. 126 Male. Boy in cap and patterned vest., circa 1860
Boy in cap and patterned vest.
Negative number: 4937
Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: oval
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29127C.I. 127 Male. Man in coat and black vest., circa 1860 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Stylized cross and circles)
Man in coat and black vest.
128C.I. 128 Male. Man playing guitar., circa 1860 (Plate size: 6 x 6 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Floral medallion)
Man playing guitar.
Negative number: 4940
129C.I. 129 Male. Man with left shoulder forward., circa 1860 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Casemaker: Mat is impressed Bee Hive; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Urn)
Man with left shoulder forward.
130C.I. 130 Male. Man with pocket badge., circa 1860 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Casemaker: Mat marked "Dean & Emerson patent applied for Worcester Mass."; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Wallet with clasp)
Man with pocket badge.
131C.I. 131 Male. Two men in top hats., circa 1860 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate)
Two men in top hats.
131-1C.I. 131-1 Male. Young man with Phi Beta Kappa key., circa 1860 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Nonpareil; Case design: Star of David with center circle of fruit)
Young man with Phi Beta Kappa key.
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30132C.I. 132 Male. Confederate musician with cornet., circa 1861 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Vase of flowers)
Confederate musician with cornet.
Negative number: 1967
133C.I. 133 Male. Confederate soldier in uniform., circa 1862 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Mat style: Oval; Case design: Stylized cross)
Confederate soldier in uniform.
Negative number: 1969
134C.I. 134 Male. Young man with mustache and goatee., circa 1862 (Plate size: 6 x 5 cm; ninth plate; Mat style: Double elliptical; Case design: Urn)
Young man with mustache and goatee.
135C.I. 135 Male. Postmortem., circa 1864 (Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate; Casemaker: Scovill Mfg Co. Superior (impressed on top of mat); Mat style: Oval (patriotic motif); Case design: Cross and linked scroll)
Postmortem male.
136C.I. 136 Male. Man seated in fringed chair., circa 1870 (Plate size: 9 x 6 cm)
Man seated in fringed chair.
137C.I. 137 Male. Young man seated., circa 1870 (Plate size: 9.5 x 6 cm)
Young man seated.
137-1C.I. 137-1 Male. Man in light colored suit., circa 1892 (Plate size: 8.5 x 5.5 cm)
Man in light-colored suit.



Miscellaneous cases and plates

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31138C.I. 138 Case only., circa 1845 (Casemaker: Impressed on corner of inner lining: "T. Faris' gallery N.W. con 4th in Walt. Sts. Cincinnati."; Mat style: Octagonal; Case design: Mixed flowers)
Case only.
Photographer: Thomas Faris, Cincinnati
139C.I. 139 Case only., circa 1858 (Casemaker: A.P. Critchlow & Co., manufacturers of daguerreotype cases...hinge patented Oct. 14, 1856, and April 21, 1857 - label inside case; Case design: Circel and diamond)
Case only.
140C.I. 140 Miscellaneous unmarked cases lacking images., none (Case design: Floral with bands at top and bottom; Rose medallion with rays; linked scroll; Dahlia in oval medallion (cover only); Delicate flowers.)
Miscellaneous unmarked cases lacking images
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32141C.I. 141 Case only., none (Mat style: Oval; Case design: Woman carrying cornucopia of flowers (cover); swirl (rear))
Case only.
142C.I. 142 Miscellaneous unmarked cases lacking images., none (Mat style: 1. Oval; 2. Elliptical; 3. Octagonal; Case design: 1. Swirl; 2. Delicate flowers with stylized leaf border; 3. Medallion with cross-hatching)
Miscellaneous unmarked cases lacking images.
144C.I. 144 Plates-two marked with indistinct images, 1842-1850 (Plate mark: E. White Maker N.Y Finest Quality A No. 1 (Rinhart hallmark 13a); Plate size: 8 x 7 cm; sixth plate)
Two marked plates with indistinct images
 
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331Index binder with provenance information and images