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|Other: F.W. Durbec |
Other: J.M. Osborn
Other: James M. Osborn
Other: Osborn & Durbecís Southern Stereoscopic Depot
James M. Osborn & F.W. Durbec photographed the inside of Fort Sumter soon after its surrender on 13 April 1861 to Confederate forces at the start of the American Civil War. They trook a series of over 40 images.
|Stereographs project |
Charleston, SC, US
 [James M. Osborn, Fearon E. Durbec; no other
ref. to these men found] "Southern Stereoscopic
& Photographic Depot"; issued rare civil war
views on RMs; 17 April 61 visited Ft. Moultrie
and confed. installations in the Charleston
area, said to have taken over 40 stereos;
wartime lack of chemicals & paper prevented mass
sales of images.
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the United States of America, (National Stereoscopic Association)
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