Title: Two portraits of Frederick Douglass, one with his grandson who is holding a violin
WorkType: photographs
Identifier: olvgroup1001108
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Two portraits of Frederick Douglass, one with his grandson who is holding a violin
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Title:  Two portraits of Frederick Douglass, one with his grandson who is holding a violin
Work Type:  photographs; albumen prints; cabinet photographs; collodion printing-out paper prints; imperial card photographs
Production:  Boston, Massachusetts, United States, place of production
Date:  ca. 1860-1894
Associated Name:  Douglass, Frederick (1817-1895), United States, subject
Douglass, Charles (1844-), subject
Topics:  Portraits; Men; Group portraits; Fathers and sons; family; African Americans; Musicians; Musical instruments; African American musicians; Teenagers; African American teenagers; Violin
Note:  Inscription: [See individual photos for captions.]
Related Work:  Is part of Holt-Messer Family Papers. Folder: Messer family: Portraits of Frederick Douglass and his son. RLG collection level record MHVW85-A218.
Related Information:  Electronic Finding Aid
Repository:  Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute

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Title:  Formal portrait of Frederick Douglass and his grandson Joseph
Creator:  Notman Photographic Co. (n.d.), Boston, Mass., photographer
Date:  ca. 1894
Dimensions:  3.875 x 5.625 inches
Note:  Inscription: [See individual photos for captions.] / Recto: [printed with photographer's name and address]; Verso: {Frederick Douglass and his youngest son} [in ink:] Presented to Miss Mary Burt Messer. With kind regards, respect and esteem of Frederick Douglass. Sept 29. 1894 [in a different hand, in pencil:] 82860
Use Restrictions:  Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute:This image may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without permission in writing from the Schlesinger Library. Please contact the library at slref@radcliffe.edu.
Repository:  Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute
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Record Identifier: olvgroup1001108


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