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Major General R. B. Potter and staff

Major General R. B. Potter and staff

Portrait shows General Robert B. Potter and his staff. Mathew Brady leans against a tree at right.

Col. A. J. Potter / Brand's Ar[t Gal]lery, No. [108 Lake Street, Chicago, I]ll.
Michael Dunn, Raymond, Potter Co., Penna. / Photographed by Hope, successor to M.H. Kimball, 477 Broadway, New York.

Michael Dunn, Raymond, Potter Co., Penna. / Photographed by Hope, succ...

Photograph shows portrait of Corporal Michael Dunn of Co. H, 46th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, after the amputation of his legs in 1864, the result of injuries received in a battle near Dallas, Georgia, on M... more

Captain George A. Potter

Captain George A. Potter

Head and shoulders, facing slightly right.

Mrs. James Brown Potter, 1859-1936

Mrs. James Brown Potter, 1859-1936

American actress; full lgth., seated, facing left, in ornate dress & plumed hat.

Cora (Urquhart) Potter, 1859-1936

Cora (Urquhart) Potter, 1859-1936

3/4 lgth., standing, facing left; holding flower.

Mrs. James Brown Potter, 1859-1936

Mrs. James Brown Potter, 1859-1936

American actress; head and shoulders, left profile.

Mrs. James Brown Potter, 1859-1936

Mrs. James Brown Potter, 1859-1936

American actress; full lgth., standing, facing left; looking upward.

Mrs. James Brown Potter, 1859-1936

Mrs. James Brown Potter, 1859-1936

American actress; full lgth., standing, facing left, in ornate felt dress with plumed hat.

Potter
A Moki potter (Oraibe)

A Moki potter (Oraibe)

Hopi woman seated on floor with pottery, Arizona.

Zuni potter

Zuni potter

Zuni woman kneeling on animal skin on floor, making pottery.

The potter

The potter

Photograph shows Japanese artist sitting on the floor making pottery; room filled with finished vessels.

Expert workmen shaping objects on the potter's wheel, Kioto, Japan

Expert workmen shaping objects on the potter's wheel, Kioto, Japan

Photograph shows potter at work and rows of finished pots.

The potter

The potter

Hopi woman painting small pottery vessel.

Potter building her kiln

Potter building her kiln

Photograph shows Tewa Hopi potter Nampeyo building a kiln.

The Mohave potter

The Mohave potter

Old woman with rabbit skin blanket around shoulders, painting design on piece of pottery with yucca stem brush, Arizona.

Mrs. Jas. Brown Potter

Mrs. Jas. Brown Potter

Photograph shows stage actress Cora Urquhart Brown-Potter (1857-1936). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

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