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Rev. Edward Mott Woolley
Fidelia Woolley Gillett Memoir of Rev. Edward Mott Woolley (Boston: Abel Tomkins, 1885), frontispiece.
This illustration was based upon a Daguerreotype of the Rev. Woolley:
The daguerreotype from which the likeness in the front of this volume was taken was given him, on his return, by an excellent friend, Mr. Gage, of Chicago; and it is not only satisfactory to his family, but to all his friends who have seen it. It has, at least, borne a good test; for a child in Cedarville, who was; very fond of my father, and had not seen him for the space of a year, when he looked upon this daguerreotype clapped his little hands and exclaimed, "O, it's man Woolley!" (p.246)