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Date: Probably between 1866 and 1869
Place: New York
Photographer: William Kurtz
Note: This or one of the following two photos may be the one Whitman described to Horace Traubel as "the Quaker picture: see? the sombrero—”the nice adjustment of light and shade." Kurtz was famous for developing methods to photograph shadowed sides of the face.
Type: Print
Credit: Library of Congress
ID: 026a

Image 026a


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