|Other: Glenalvin Goodridge |
Other: Wallace Goodridge
Other: William Goodridge
African American photographers Glenalvin (1829-1867), Wallace Goodridge (1840-1922) and William Goodridge (1846-1890) who established their daguerreotype studio in York, PA in 1847 where they stayed until 1863. They settled in 1867 in East Saginaw, Michigan and opended a studio at 104 N. Washington Street.
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