Biography: 19th Century photographer Deloss Barnum

Biography: 19th Century photographer Deloss Barnum


Deloss Barnum (1825–1873) was a photographer in New York and Boston, Massachusetts in the mid-19th century. Around 1857 he kept a daguerreotype studio on Winter Street in Boston; by 1858 he had moved to Commercial Street. In 1856-1860 he lived in Roxbury. He participated in the 1860 exhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association. He died October 7, 1873 in Cortland, New York.

During his career he was referred to by several variant names: D. Barnum; Deblois Barnum; Delos Barnum; DeLos Barnum; and Deloss Barnum.

Seige battery oe parrots

Seige battery oe parrots. Photo by Deloss Barnum

Seige Battery, West Point, 1864-1866.

Seige Battery, West Point, 1864-1866. Photo by Deloss Barnum

The Public Garden, Boston.

The Public Garden, Boston. Photo by Deloss Barnum

The Public Garden, Boston.

The Public Garden, Boston. Photo by Deloss Barnum

State House.

State House. Photo by Deloss Barnum

Statue of Franklin, Boston.

Statue of Franklin, Boston. Photo by Deloss Barnum

State House, Boston.

State House, Boston. Photo by Deloss Barnum

Congress Hall, Saratoga.

Congress Hall, Saratoga. Photo by Deloss Barnum

 


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