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Daguerreotype, possibly of Evalina Goodridge, by Glenalvin Goodridge, York PA, circa 1850.
flipFlip to Osborne Perry Anderson, circa 1870.
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Credit: Michigan Department of Natural Resources

In 1847 William Goodridge’s son Glenalvin opened a Daguerreotype studio in York. He and his brothers would go on to become highly successful photographers after their move to Canada in 1865. Although not named, this daguerreotype is believed to be of Glenalvin’s mother, Evalina Goodridge.

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