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Ambrotypes

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Cased image collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSD-0000-002
Collection Statement #1 Rev. James Johnston and wife - daguerreotype, n.d Biographical sketch: James Johnston was born in New Jersey, December 15, 1821 and died in Pierceton, Indiana, July 30, 1897. In his early childhood, his parents moved to Ohio where he was left an orphan when he was two years old. As a young man, he came to Hagerstown, Indiana. There he was licensed to preach beginning his ministry in the North Indiana Conference in 1853. His appointments were as follows: 1853, Ossian; 1854, Massillon Mission;...

Reverend William McKendree Hester ambrotype, Circa 1855

 Item
Identifier: Image 3
Collection Statement #1 Rev. James Johnston and wife - daguerreotype, n.d Biographical sketch: James Johnston was born in New Jersey, December 15, 1821 and died in Pierceton, Indiana, July 30, 1897. In his early childhood, his parents moved to Ohio where he was left an orphan when he was two years old. As a young man, he came to Hagerstown, Indiana. There he was licensed to preach beginning his ministry in the North Indiana Conference in 1853. His appointments were as follows: 1853, Ossian; 1854, Massillon Mission;...

Unidentified man (small frame) ambrotype, Circa 1855

 Item
Identifier: Image 11
Collection Statement #1 Rev. James Johnston and wife - daguerreotype, n.d Biographical sketch: James Johnston was born in New Jersey, December 15, 1821 and died in Pierceton, Indiana, July 30, 1897. In his early childhood, his parents moved to Ohio where he was left an orphan when he was two years old. As a young man, he came to Hagerstown, Indiana. There he was licensed to preach beginning his ministry in the North Indiana Conference in 1853. His appointments were as follows: 1853, Ossian; 1854, Massillon Mission;...