A collection of daguerreotype portraits of identified and unidentified women in the United States taken during the 1840’s and 1850’s. By photographers including Mathew Brady, James Presley Ball, Rufus Anson, and Jacob Byerly.

Source: Library of Congress, Rijksmuseum, J. Paul Getty Museum.

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