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Date: 1860
Place: Boston
Photographer: J. W. Black of Black and Batchelder
Note: Writing in 1860 about his trip to Boston, Whitman said, "I create an immense sensation in Washington street. Everybody here is so like everybody else—”and I am Walt Whitman!—”Yankee curosity and cuteness, for once, is thoroughly stumped, confounded, petrified, made desperate." J. W. Black's gallery was on Washington Street, known as the "photography row" of Boston.
Type: Carte-de-visite
Credit: Bayley Collection, Ohio Wesleyan University
ID: 008

Image 008


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