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Barnard, George N., 1819-1902

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Role(s):Related to 71 descriptions described in ARC
Variant Name(s):Barnard, G. N. (George N.), 1819-1902
Biographical Note:George N. Bernard (1819-1902), American photographer, was active as a daguerreotypist in Oswego, New York and Syracuse, New York in the 1850s. He is best known for his album of sixty-one albumen prints in 'Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign' (pub. 1866) documenting the battlefields after Sherman's march through the South.
Source Note:Hoobler, J.A. Cities under the gun, c1986:
CIP t.p. (George N. Barnard)
LC data base, 5/15/86
(hdg.: Barnard, George N., 1819-1902)
Gardner, A. Catalogue of photographic incidents of the war ... 1863:
p. 6 (G.N. Barnard)



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