1995 Daguerreian Annual Table of Contents

 

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

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