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|Named Person:||Alice Cooper|
|Material Type:||Graphic, Photograph|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Wallace Black; John Adams Whipple
|Notes:||Title devised by curator.
Gold mat with plain spandrels and ornate oval border around oval window. Protector has floral motif.
Plain dark reddish-brown velvet lining. Plain black leather case with rounded corners typically used by Whipple. Single pushbutton clasp.
In graphite on casepaper behind daguerreotype: Mr. Black took this April 12 1855 in Boston / at Whipple's- / While I was at South / Boston at school / I was there one year / and enjoyed it very / much it is for my / own Dear Mother that / she may look upon me / when absent / Alice.
|Description:||1 photograph : sixth plate daguerreotype, b&w.|