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[Edwin McMasters Stanton, seated, with his son Edwin Lamson Stanton, standing in profile]

[Edwin McMasters Stanton, seated, with his son Edwin Lamson Stanton, s...

Photograph shows American lawyer and politician Edwin Stanton formally posed with his son a few years before Stanton became U.S. Attorney General for President Buchanan (1860-61) and then Secretary of War for P... more

Captain Staunton [i.e., Stanton], Royal Engineers

Captain Staunton [i.e., Stanton], Royal Engineers

Captain Stanton, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, next to a horse. Title transcribed from verso. Purchase; Frances M. Fenton; 1944. Forms part of: Roger Fenton Crimean War photograph collection.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her daughter, Harriot--from a daguerreotype 1856

Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her daughter, Harriot--from a daguerreotype...

Elizabeth Cady Stanton holding her daughter Harriot, half-length portrait, facing right. Photograph of a daguerreotype taken in 1856. Unprocessed in PR 13 CN 1979:169. BIOG FILE reference copy NOS 1/97.

[Benjamin Stanton, Representative from Ohio, Thirty-fifth Congress, half-length portrait]

[Benjamin Stanton, Representative from Ohio, Thirty-fifth Congress, ha...

Illus. in: McClees' gallery of photographic portraits of the senators, representatives & delegates of the thirty-fifth Congress... Washington: McClees & Beck, [1859], page 200. Each item includes subject's orig... more

E. M. Stanton

E. M. Stanton

Photograph shows Edwin M. Stanton, in half-length portrait, seated turned to the right, full face. Title from item. Please credit as "Gift from George Whiteley, 2008." Gift; George Whiteley, 2008.

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