This popular magazine began to publish engravings after ‘Daguerreotype Miniatures’ in the the August 1842 issue. From 1844 on, a great many illustrations after daguerreotypes appeared in American journals and books. A number of competent artists translated the images onto steel plates for printing, using line, stipple, and mezzotint engraving techniques.
Photographic Art-Journal (New York) 1:4 (April 1851): 237–39. The lithograph portrait serves as the frontispiece for the issue.
THE DAGUERREOTYPE: AN ARCHIVE OF SOURCE TEXTS, GRAPHICS, AND EPHEMERA The research archive of Gary W. Ewer regarding the history of the daguerreotype
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D. P. Kidder, “Augustus Morand the Daguerrean Art,” February 1851
(keywords: Augustus Morand, Jr., Rev. Daniel Parish Kidder, James R. Chilton, Junius Brutus Stearns, Tithonotype,
132 Chatham, Henry Inman, history of the daguerreotype, history of photography)