I have decided to start with this full length portrait of an unknown man because it has details of the photographer on the reverse: .
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The first step in dating 19th century photographs is identifying which technology was used to create the picture.
Krag Mariner (6), REDHEAD37 (5), Brenda Halseth (5), smulcaster (4), bluebug612 (4), celitoml (3), bell7 (2), lcarrollsmith (2), Genealogy Study Group (2), stargategirl82 (2), creik (2), Linda CSmith (2), Amy Kathleen (2), dawncarlile (2) — more WAGSwhittier (1), Taphophile13 (1), JGSWS (1), Waitesmith (1), Pamela.
Aban (1), GWayne S (1), starkline (1), Cfkiser (1), osers4 (1)Halvor Moorshead is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author.
The vast majority of antique photographs taken in the 19th century were one of the following types.