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[Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart, full-length portrait, standing slightly to the left, one hand resting on the back of a chair; studio background showing prominently]

[African American man, possibly named "Small", full length studio portrait, well-dressed, standing, facing front with left hand resting on the back of a chair] / photographed by B.F. Reimer, No. 624 Arch Street, Philada.

[William Walker, three-quarter length studio portrait, standing, left arm resting on pedestal, facing slightly right]

[Lucy Stone with daughter Alice Stone Blackwell, half-length studio portrait, sitting, facing front]

Brady Studio

[Unidentified little people, two males and a female, full-length studio portrait, standing, facing front]

[Mrs. Jefferson Davis, full-length studio portrait, standing, facing slightly right with left hand resting on the back of a chair]

[Alexander Hamilton Stephens, half-length studio portrait, sitting] / John Goldin & Co. photographers.

[Archibald Shaver, three-quarter length studio portrait, seated with left arm resting on table, facing front]

[Brig. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside, full-length studio portrait, standing, facing slightly left, wearing military uniform]

[Ruben Farwell (right) and an unidentified man, half-length studio portrait, facing front, wearing military uniforms]

[Doc Frier, surgeon, U.S.A., Mount Plesant(?) Hospital, head-and-shoulders studio portrait, facing front, wearing military uniform]

Studio, Columbia, S.C.

[Forts, batteries, and a photographic studio in Virginia]

[Steward Beach, full-length studio portrait, standing, facing front, wearing military uniform]

[Henry L. Dawes, full-length studio portrait, standing, facing slightly right]

[A.C. Slitson (Franklin?), three-quarter length studio portrait, standing, facing slightly right, wearing uniform]

[Theodore H. Marsh, Co. "L" 27 New Jersey, full-length studio portrait, standing with left arm resting on studio prop, facing slightly right, wearing military uniform]

[Studio portraits of Japanese families, a bridesmaid and a teahouse]

[Studio portraits of Japanese officers (yaconin) and a high priest dressed in robes]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese broom vendor, a naval officer, a woman, and women street singers]

[Studio portraits of Japanese woman with tea implements and chest, a prince with his staff, government officials, and a Daimio (nobleman) with his wife ]

[Studio portraits of Japanese women, a child officer with his mother, and a student from Shindai]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese laborer, a doctor, an elderly woman carrying vegetables in a basket and a young woman]

[Studio portraits of the Commandant of Yokohama Garrison, a cabinet official (member of the "Gorogio"), three women friends and a wrestler]

[Charles H. Richards, Dickinson Guard, 89th Regiment, New York, full-length studio portrait, standing next to a chair, facing front, wearing uniform]

[Studio portraits of Japanese women, the wife of an officer, and a high official in court dress]

[Studio portraits of Japanese women and Satsuma's admiral]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese merchant in winter dress, a woman in winter dress, a wrestler wearing an apron, and a courier with a document on a slotted pole]

[Studio portraits of Japanese women singing with shamisen, a girl being massaged, and men carrying sedan chair outdoors]

[Studio portraits of Japanese mendicants, scavengers (garbage men) and a laborer]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese officer, a girl in indoor dress, a blind "shampooer" (masseur), and an officer in a straw raincoat]

[Studio portraits of Japanese people picnicing and eating, officers fencing, and women playing a shamisen and a koto]

[Studio portraits of Japanese tattooed "bettoes" (horse grooms), a mother carrying child on her back, and two young sisters]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese officer (yaconin) with wife and son, a woman, a child in antique armor, and a merchant's daughter]

[Studio portraits of "Stots-Bashi" (Yoshinobu Tokugawa, last shogun of Japan), the Prince of Satsuma, an officer with his attendant, and a young woman in bridal clothing]

[Studio portraits of Japanese tattooed "bettoes" (horse grooms), and men and women getting their hair done]

[Studio portraits of Japanese women carrying children, two men with swords, a sweetmeat vendor with a "flageolet" and basket, and a girl carrying an umbrella and a fan]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese soldier in amor, a woman with a parasol, a scavenger (garbage collector), and Beato's artist with brush and object]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese "betto" (groom), a high official in court attire, a courtesan and a pilgrim or priest, wearing white robes and carrying a bell]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese officer (yaconin) and his family; a widow in mourning and her son, women street dancers and a girl fencing with a man]

[Outdoor portraits of a Japanese officers on horseback and studio portraits of young women, one with a spaniel and the other holding a parasol]

[Studio portraits of Japanese women]

[Unidentified young man, full-length studio portrait, standing in front of painted backdrop, facing front, wearing military uniform] / Jno. Holyland, Metropolitan Gallery, 250 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.

[Studio portraits of a Japanese officer in riding clothes, a student, a police officer and an infantry officer]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese merchant, a water carrier, a high priest and his attendant, and a woman with a child]

[Studio portraits of Japanese women and men]

[Studio portraits of Japanese botanist's wife, a married woman, a woman from the country and a laborer with a broom]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese woman singer with a shamisen, a priest wearing robes, and women]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese fishmonger, a lancer, a doctor and the daughter of a merchant]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese woman, an officer's wife, two women, and two sisters]

[Studio portraits of Japanese women and men]

[Studio portraits of a Japanese officer, a doctor in traveling dress, man in fire fighting outfit, and a Japanese army surgeon with fan]

[Wm. E. Babcock, three-quarter length studio portrait, sitting in chair, facing front, wearing military uniform]

[Two unidentified Civil War soldiers in Union uniforms, seated in a photographer's studio; one is holding a saber]

[Portrait of Jesse F. Stimpson, a bugler, full-length studio portrait, standing next to chair, facing front, wearing band(?) uniform]

[Unidentified man in a studio photograph seated before two mirrors placed at right angles to provide five images]

[Maquette of Union soldier for Roxbury Soldiers' Monument and other sculptures at the studio of Martin Milmore in Boston, Massachusetts]

[John Bishop Putnam, full-length studio portrait, facing slightly right, leaning on chair]

[Tenth Street Studio Building, 51 West 10th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, New York, New York]

[Studio portraits of a Chinese bureaucrat (mandarin), a civil officer, a Buddhist priest and a woman ]

[Antoinette Margot, full-length studio portrait, seated, facing front] / A. Bertholet.

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from İstanbul, Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Koniah (Konya), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Angora (Ankara), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Surı̈yè (Syria), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Koniah (Konya), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Hodavindiguar (Hüdavendigar), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Bosna (Bosnia), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing clothing from İstanbul, Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from İstanbul, Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Hodavindiguar (Hüdavendigar), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Yanı̈a (Yanya), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Hodavindiguar (Hüdavendigar), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Aı̈din (Aydın), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Surı̈yè (Syria), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Angora (Ankara), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing clothing from İstanbul, Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Adrianople (Edirne), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Skodra (Işkodra), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Hedjaz (Hejaz), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Touna (Danube), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Diarbèkir (Diyarbakır), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Diarbèkir (Diyarbakır), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Touna (Danube), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Yanı̈a (Yanya), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Îles d'Archipel (Islands of the Archipelago), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Sivas, Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Îles d'Archipel (Islands of the Archipelago), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Krid (Crete), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Aı̈din (Aydın), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Surı̈yè (Syria), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Koniah (Konya), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Îles d'Archipel (Islands of the Archipelago), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the provinces of Hedjaz (Hejaz), Yemen and Tripoli, Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Diarbèkir (Diyarbakır), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Skodra (Işkodra), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Selanik (Salonica), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Yemen, Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Trébizonde (Trabzon), Ottoman Empire]

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