File:John C Calhoun by Mathew Brady, 1849.jpg

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English: Whole-plate daguerreotype of John C. Calhoun, which sold at auction for $338,500 USD on 06 April 2011. The daguerreotype was copied by Charles G. Crehen and published as a lithograph in 1850.
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Source Sotheby's
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Mathew Benjamin Brady  (1822–1896)  wikidata:Q187850 q:pl:Mathew B. Brady
 
Mathew Benjamin Brady
Description American photographer, war photographer, photojournalist and journalist
Date of birth/death 18 May 1822 Edit this at Wikidata 15 January 1896 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death New York Manhattan
Work period from 1844 until circa 1887
date QS:P,+1887-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
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creator QS:P170,Q187850

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