Images of the Channing, Fuller, and Loring families
Daguerreotypes of Transcendentalist Margaret Fuller, and cabinet photographs and prints of the Fuller family, Channing family, and Loring family.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
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Collection materials are open for research use.
Conditions Governing Use
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Extent.3 linear feet (1 box)
Includes images of a few members of the Massachusetts families of Channing, Fuller, and Loring. Images include two daguerreotypes of Margaret Fuller (1810-1850), a photograph print of the Fuller family (brothers, sister, and mother of Margaret Fuller), two cabinet photographs of Marjorie Channing Loring, and a deathbed cabinet photograph of Barbara Channing (d.1880).
Biographical / Historical
Margaret Fuller was an American Transcendentalist, author, and feminist. The Channings, Lorings, and Fullers were prominent Massachusetts families during the 19th-century.
Arranged alphabetically by name of subject of image.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
59M-277. Presented in memory of Margaret Fuller Channing Loring by her granddaughter, Charlotte Loring Lowell (Mrs. Ralph Lowell); received: 1960.
Donor was the great-grandchild of William Ellery Channing 2nd and Ellen Kilshaw Fuller Channing.
See also from same donor: Channing family. Correspondence and papers (bMS am 1610).
Processed by: Bonnie B. Salt
- Images of the Channing, Fuller, and Loring families, circa 1850-1887: Guide.
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