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Old 10-10-2018, 07:39 PM
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Great images everyone. Paul do you know what state that Little River photo is from?
It’s from Portsmouth, Ohio. The River City Base Ball Club was founded in 1866, with a lineup that included veterans from the 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

Interestingly, years after I acquired this photograph, I purchased a circa 1910 lantern slide depicting this exact print. Even in 1910 this image was considered a curiosity.

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Union Generals George Custer and Alfred Pleasonton in Warrenton Virginia, October 9 1863 by Timothy O’Sullivan.

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Union Generals George Custer and Alfred Pleasonton in Warrenton Virginia, October 9 1863 by Timothy O’Sullivan.

What do you see in that photograph? I’m curious.

Removing the constraint of baseball as subject matter, I would choose the series of portraits of Lincoln conspirator Lewis Powell by Alexander Gardner—in my opinion, among the strongest portraits ever made.
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Here's my best & favorite. 1875 Boston & St Louis.
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Always love to see that one, Jeremy.
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Killer image Jeremy.
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1886 Philadelphia Nationals:
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Hi Paul...great thread...here's one of my favorite 19th century photos...I posted this back in Feb. 2016 right after I got it...you can read much more on it's history in that thread, link above...
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Here are a few of my photos
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I'm a little late the party here and do hope to post some more pics of our 19th C. images (CDV's, tins, cabinets, etc) later on, but here is one to get me started.

I've never seen another one like this...a boxed, c. mid 1870s, double paned tin type that includes both seated and action poses. If anyone has another similar example, please share as I'd love to see one!

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