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Daguerreotype Portrait of Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, 1/6 Plate - Before Treatment (Alexander Myers)

Daguerreotype Portrait of Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, 1/6 Plate - Before Treatment (Alexander Myers)

Daguerreotype Portrait of Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, 1/6 Plate - Before Treatment (Alexander Myers)

Daguerreotype Portrait of Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, 1/6 Plate - Before Treatment (Alexander Myers)

Daguerreotype Portrait of Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, 1/6 Plate - Before Treatment (Alexander Myers)

Daguerreotype Portrait of Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, 1/6 Plate - Before Treatment (Alexander Myers)

Daguerreotype Portrait of Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, Father and Uncle of Alexander Graham Bell, 1/6 Plate - After Treatment in Original Case (Alexander Myers)

Daguerreotype Portrait of Alexander Melville Bell and David Charles Bell, Father and Uncle of Alexander Graham Bell, 1/6 Plate - After Treatment in Original Case (Alexander Myers)

On May 15th over 20 conservators donated a full day of their time to the Milwaukee County Historical Society’s photographic collection. Over 400 tintypes, ambrotypes, and daguerreotypes were photographed, documented, and re-housed. detail_group of cased photosTwo of these images will be part of the Milwaukee County Historical Society upcoming exhibition, “Unlocking the Vault: 75 Years, 75 Stories.”

On May 15th over 20 conservators donated a full day of their time to the Milwaukee County Historical Society’s photographic collection. Over 400 tintypes, ambrotypes, and daguerreotypes were photographed, documented, and re-housed. detail_group of cased photosTwo of these images will be part of the Milwaukee County Historical Society upcoming exhibition, “Unlocking the Vault: 75 Years, 75 Stories.”

HW 3: The discovery of this process forever changed our understanding of time. For the first time in history we could see what our ancestors looked like.

HW 3: The discovery of this process forever changed our understanding of time. For the first time in history we could see what our ancestors looked like.

daguerreotypes on a table along with some chemicals in jars

daguerreotypes on a table along with some chemicals in jars

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