Item Details

Cartes-de-Visite of Members of the Donohue Family of Cincinnati Circa 1862.

Ball & Thomas' Photographic Art Gallery
Format
Visual Materials; Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Summary
The collection contains three photographs of John W. Donohue, Jr., one of which is dated 1862. Three photographs are unidentifed and the remaining three are of Caroline R. Donohue, Frank Guire, and Mrs. Sandford.
Description
9 photographs.
Cite as
Ball & Thomas' Photographic Art Gallery. Cartes-de-Visite of Members of the Donohue Family of Cincinnati, circa 1862, Accession #15278, Special Collections, University of Virgini Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Robert and Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2011/2012.
Biographical Note
Virginia-born African American photographer; operated a Richmond, Va., studio and opened a Cincinnati studio in 1849; joined by brother-in-law Alexander Thomas in 1852; moved to Montana; elected one of first African American delegates to the state Repbulican convention, 1894.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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