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Old 09-05-2016, 01:01 AM   #16
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Yes, but it was the first photograph ever taken of a U S President. I thought he did look kind of old!

John Quincy Adams was actually the earliest-serving U.S. President to be photographed; his predecessors, Washington, the elder Adams, Jefferson Madison and Monroe had never posed for a camera. The earliest photo of Andrew Jackson was likely taken in 1844, and the earliest known photograph of Martin Van Buren was likely taken in 1845.
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This daguerreotype is of William Henry Harrison, taken in early March 1841; it's thought to be the first photo of a U.S. President taken while he was in office. He died a month later, becoming the first U.S. President to die in office.
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Now here's a fine, upstanding young man. Who is he? Clue: Mr. Harrison was number nine, number nine, and this is what you get when you add ten.
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Supposedly this is the first photograph of Abraham Lincoln. No date given.
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Now here's a fine, upstanding young man. Who is he? Clue: Mr. Harrison was number nine, number nine, and this is what you get when you add ten.


Rutherford B. Hayes 19th President . He was quite handsome in his youth!
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The Lincoln photo is likely from 186, when he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives - he was the only Whig in the Illinois congressional delegation (both House and Senate). Yes, Hayes was a handsome young man, I never could understand why he grew a rat's-nest beard in middle age!
 
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The Lincoln photo is likely from 186, when he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives - he was the only Whig in the Illinois congressional delegation (both House and Senate). Yes, Hayes was a handsome young man, I never could understand why he grew a rat's-nest beard in middle age!


unfortunately that beard was men's fashion at that time.
Here is Laura Ingalls Wilder's Pa; Charles Ingalls at the height of fashion!
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Edward Hyde, 3rd Earl of Clarendon

Governor of New York and New Jersey between 1701-08 and was known for being a cross-dresser.


 
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Adolph Hitler's 4th grade class. He's top row center. He certainly looks arrogant and smug even at that early age.
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