The Lost Daguerreotype Photograph of John Quincy Adams

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> The Lost Daguerreotype Photograph of John Quincy Adams The Lost Daguerreotype Photograph of John Quincy Adams The Experience John Quincy Adams said of his photography experience, “The operation is performed in half a minute; but is yet altogether incomprehensible to me.”1 “The shaking of some hundred hands then …
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The Lost Daguerreotype Photograph of 2nd U.S. President John Adams

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> The Lost Daguerreotype Photograph of 2nd U.S. President John Adams Lost Daguerreotype Photograph of 2nd U.S. President John Adams Lost to history and now found….. A very rare glimpse of a Daguerreotype photograph of John Adams at age 90. No, only wishful thinking. This is John Adams’ 1825 …
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Lost Photos of History – John Adams & John Quincy Adams at Peacefield

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> Lost Photos of History – John Adams & John Quincy Adams at Peacefield John Adams & John Quincy Adams at Peacefield High Expectations Upon our 2nd visit to the Adams’ Peacefield home in Quincy MA, we had the incredible privilege of not only seeing John Quincy Adams, but …
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Lost Photos of History – John Quincy Adams at Peacefield

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> Lost Photos of History – John Quincy Adams at Peacefield Lost Photos of History – John Quincy Adams at Peacefield He rests with the immortals; his journey has been long: For him no wail of sorrow, but a paean full and strong! So well and bravely has he …
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Lost Photos of History – Thomas Jefferson at Monticello Part II

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> Lost Photos of History – Thomas Jefferson at Monticello Part II Thomas Jefferson and his Horses Jefferson’s Fine Horsemanship Upon our second visit to Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s home in Virginia,  we had the great pleasure of seeing him with his horses. I knew I had to get a …
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Lost Photos of History – Thomas Jefferson at Monticello Part I

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> Lost Photos of History – Thomas Jefferson at Monticello Part I Thomas Jefferson…..The Sage of Monticello Meeting Mr. Jefferson After we visited with James Madison, we briefly stopped in to check on another great of history, the Sage of Monticello himself, Thomas Jefferson. Of course, I couldn’t resist …
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Lost Photos of History – James Madison In The Drawing Room At Montpelier

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> Lost Photos of History – James Madison In The Drawing Room At Montpelier 4th U.S. President and Father of the Constitution, James Madison sits in his drawing room at Montpelier, Orange County, Virginia. James Madison was  known for dressing in black.  His trusted slave, Paul Jennings stated,  “I …
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Lost Photos of History – Thomas Jefferson and James Madison at Monticello

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> Lost Photos of History – Thomas Jefferson and James Madison at Monticello Lost Photographs of History – James Madison and Thomas Jefferson 4th U.S. president and the shortest, James Madison stands beside the “Sage of Monticello,” 3rd U.S. president Thomas Jefferson all decked out in top hats. Had …
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The Lost Daguerreotype Photographs of James and Dolley Madison

Home >> Lost Photographs of History >> The Lost Daguerreotype Photographs of James and Dolley Madison The Lost Daguerreotype Photographs of James and Dolley Madison Lost to history and now found….. A very rare glimpse of  Daguerreotype photographs by Matthew Brady of James Madison with his beloved Dolley Madison.