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PHOTOGRAPHS-19TH CENTURY

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PHOTOGRAPHS-19TH CENTURY

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Albumen photograph of
1 CARSON, REV. JOSEPH, and JANE. Albumen photograph of "Rev Joseph Carson married Jane Payne," (57 x 89mm) mounted on printed card (62 x 100mm).
Carte-de-visite photo of Rev. Joseph Carson (Methodist) and his Wife Jane, circa 1865-70, Charlottesville, Va. 1865-70 CARTE-DE-VISITE ALBUMEN PHOTO Photograph 62 x 100mm Charlottesville, Va. 
CARSON, REV. JOSEPH, and JANE. Albumen photograph of "Rev Joseph Carson married Jane Payne," (57 x 89mm) mounted on printed card (62 x 100mm). The back of the printed card reads: "From A. F. Smith's Photographic Temple of Art, [star above, phoenix rising from fire logo] Lobban's Building, Main St. Charlottesville, Va." "Duplicates can be obtained from this Negative at any time." Written at the top of the printing is "Rev. Joseph Carson married Jane Payne." $85.00 Joseph Carson (1785-1875) an early minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church South, "was born in Winchester, Va., Feb. 19, 1785, and died in Culpepper Co., Va., April 15, 1875 in the ninety-first year of his age. He united with the M.E. Church in April, 1801... He was admitted on trial in the Baltimore Conference, April 1805...where Bishop Asbury and Whatcoat presided. He was appointed junior preacher on the Wyoming circuit, which embraced all that part of Pennsylvania from the western branch of the Susquehanna to the New York State line, being 400 miles in circuit, having 32 appointments. There was no church edifice on the circuit, he preaching in private house and groves... He traveled extensive circuits in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, and everywhere revivals attended his labors... He gave to the church 74 years of his life, and to the ministry 73."--Simpson: Cyclopędia of Methodism, 1880, p.169. For more info re Carson's ministry see: Bennett: Memorials of Methodism in Virginia, 1871, pp482-94; 524-27; 555-57; 560-63; 569-570, 721ff. The thin albumen photo is pasted onto a card within a double line gold border. The back of the card in printed within a solid gold-tan border with fine vertical lines forming a filler between a center border in which resides the printing in purple ink. There is a 3.5cm tear through the photo and card which has been sometime repaired. There are what appears to be old adhesive spots on the card--perhaps from pasting down the photo. 
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Photo of J. E. Scott, missionary to India from 1873., SCOTT, JEFFERSON ELLSWORTH.
2 SCOTT, JEFFERSON ELLSWORTH. Photo of J. E. Scott, missionary to India from 1873.
Photo of longtime Methodist Episcopal Missionary to India, J.E. Scott (1851- ) 1873 Photograph 57mm x 94mm photo pasted onto a 63 x 97mm card. The photo is pasted within a single printed gold line on the long sides of the card; back is blank except for the written notation in old pen: "J.E. Scott Seetapore Oudh India." Corners of card cut at angle. Clean. Carte-de-visite photo 63 x 97mm "J.E. Scott Seetapore Oudh India."
SCOTT, JEFFERSON ELLSWORTH. Photo of J. E. Scott, missionary to India from 1873. 57mm x 94mm photo pasted onto a 63 x 97mm card. The photo is pasted within a single printed gold line on the long sides of the card; back is blank except for the written notation in old pen: "J.E. Scott Seetapore Oudh India." Corners of card cut at angle. Clean. $50.00

Jefferson Ellsworth Scott, born 1851, he arrived in India Oct. 20 1873. He Married Miss Emma Moore Dec. 14, 1877. He was the founder of the Methodist mission in Muttra, India, the birthplace of Lord Krishna. He was served in India for 32 or more years, writing several books about Indian & Asian missions including: In famine land; observations and experiences in India during the great drought of 1899-1900 (1905); History of fifty years : comprising the origin, establishment, progress and expansion of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Southern Asia (1906); Observations of an itinerant a brief exposition of some missionary problems, methods and results (1905); and Braj, the Vaishnava Holy Land; a jubilee volume (1905). 
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