File:Black-white photograph of Emily Dickinson.jpg
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Black/white photograph of poet Emily Dickinson.
Created by William C. North, between December 10, 1846 and late March 1847 (source: Mary Elizabeth Kromer Bernhard, "Lost and Found: Emily Dickinson’s Unknown Daguerreotypist," The New England Quarterly 72:4 (December 1999), pp. 594-601; cited in )
Published on May 28, 1932, in Letters of Emily Dickinson (new edition by Mabel Loomis Todd).
The original daguerreotype is held by the Archives & Special Collections at Amherst College.
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