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File:John Q. Adams.jpg

John Quincy Adams (6th president of the United States)

  • Source: Library of Congress
  • Call Number: LC-BH82- 5159 [P&P]
  • Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-cwpbh-02619 (digital file from original neg.) No known restrictions on publication.
  • Medium: 1 negative: glass, wet collodion.
  • Created/Published: between 1855 and 1865 copy of earlier photograph; person shown died in 1848.
  • Notes:
    • Title from unverified information on negative sleeve.
    • From Brady Daguerreotype; copy neg.; Horan Item No. 13.
    • Forms part of Brady-Handy Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).
  • Format: Portrait photographs 1850-1870 & Glass negatives 1850-1870.
  • Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
  • Digital ID: (digital file from original neg.) cwpbh 02619
  • Card #: brh2003004612/PP

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