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English: Chester A. Arthur (1830-1886) Twenty-first President (1881-1885) Chester Arthur posed for this daguerreotype before his marriage to Ellen Herndon in 1859. Now in his late twenties, he was just beginning rise as the "Gentleman Boss" of his state's Republican party - a nickname largely inspired by Arthur's lifelong fondness for scrupulously tailored clothing.
Date Daguerreotype, circa 1858
Source Smithsonian Institution National Portrait Gallery
Author Rufus Anson (active 1851-1867) operated a studio in New York City.
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