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Charles Hawes (New Bedford, Massachusetts), Portrait of a dapper figure, purportedly Capt. George W. Dodge (1830- ?), master of the whaling bark Superior (New Bedford, Massachusetts), 1856, Ambrotype, whole plate, Swann Galleries - New York, Auction, October 25, 2016, #2426, Lot 13, LL/69029
Occupations and roles
979.01   Introduction to occupationals
Occupationals using different techiques
979.02   Daguerreotypes: Occupations and roles
979.03   Daguerreotypes: Occupations and roles of women
979.04   Carte de visites: Occupations and roles
979.05   William Carrick: Russian occupationals
979.06   J. Monstein: Russian types
979.07   Tintypes: Occupationals
979.08   Cabinet cards: Occupations and roles
Case studies of specific occupations
979.09   Turkey: Porters
979.10   Street vendors
979.11   Postmen and mail carriers
979.12   Bootblacks and shoeshines
979.13   Water carriers
979.14   Samurai
979.15   Geishas
979.16   Courtesans
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