John B. Heywood

John B. Heywood was a photographer in 19th-century United States. He worked in Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1856-1861.[1][2][3] Examples of his photographs reside in the New York Public Library[4] and the Massachusetts Historical Society.

References

  1. ^ Boston Directory. 1856, 1858, 1861
  2. ^ "Masonic Chit Chat." Freemason's monthly magazine. June 1858
  3. ^ Merrill D. Peterson. John Brown: The Legend Revisited. University of Virginia Press, 2004
  4. ^ "Name: Heywood, John B. (d. 1870 )". New York Public Library. Retrieved 27 August 2016.

External links

  • Flickr. Hand-colored daguerreotype of Nathaniel Holmes Bishop at age 23, credited to Heywood & Heard of Boston, 1860.

Image gallery

Interior of apothecary%27s store, by John B. Heywood

Apothecary, Boston(?), 19th century

King%27s chapel, by John B. Heywood

Tremont St., Boston, 19th century

Physical lecture room, Institute of Technology, by John B. Heywood

Institute of Technology, Boston, 19th century

Vessel in tow, by John B. Heywood

Boston Harbor(?), 19th century

View of public garden and Common from Newbury St, by John B. Heywood

Newbury St., Boston, 19th century

Washington Street, by John B. Heywood

Washington St., Boston, 19th century

Fort Winthrop, from South Boston Point, by John B. Heywood 2

South Boston Point and view of Fort Winthrop, Massachusetts, 19th century



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