Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe

Daguerreotypes, engravings, and paintings of Edgar Allan Poe. What's a daguerreotype? It was the first type of photograph, invented by Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre and introduced worldwide in 1839. Imagine if you lived when photography was invented!

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\"Ultima Thule\" daguerreotype, 1848Matthew Brady drawing\"Thompson\" daguerreotype, 1849Whitman daguerreotype, 1848\"Annie\" daguerreotype, 1849Poe photograph in oval frame\"McKee\" DaguerreotypeJohn Sartain\'s engravingPoe with signaturePoe with signature 2A younger looking PoeYounger Poe, version 2



Portraits of Edgar Allan Poe
The Raven Illustrated by Dore
Poe's Grave in Baltimore, MD
Poe's House in Baltimore, MD
Poe Museum in Richmond, VA
Poe's Cottage in New York City
Edgar Allan Poe Art
Edgar Allan Poe book from 1882
Illustrations by Manet
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