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People in the Earliest Photography – These 39 Rare Portrait Pictures That Were Taken From the 1840s

Here is a photo set that shows portraits of people taken in the 1840s. Charlotte Lockhart, later Mrs Hope, grand-daughter of Sir Walter Scott, circa 1846 Couple in winter clothes, ca. 1840s Daguerreotype portrait of an unidentified man holding a book with another man moving into frame behind him, ca. 1840s Daguerreotype portrait of Edgar Allan Poe, 1842 Portrait of Edgar Allen Poe, taken s
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