|Dates: ||1807 - 1886|
|Born: ||England, Birmingham|
|Died: ||Canada, BC, Victoria|
Took Daguerreotypes and salt prints in San Francisco from around 1854 until 1858. His "San Francisco Album", which exists in a number of variants each containing around 30 salt prints, is considered the first compilation of any American city. George Eastman House has a copy of the album that came from the Gabriel Cromer collection.
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