<physfacet label="Container or Case Note">Type: case. Motif: geometric (Krainik no. 288). Material: black thermoplastic. Dimensions: 9.4 x 8.4 cm. Notes: A.P. Critchlow & Co. Notes: double case with 2 images.</physfacet>;;;<physfacet label="Marks, Inscriptions and Accompanying Material">Printed in case well: A.P. Critchlow & Co., / Manufactures of / Daguerreotype Cases. / A.P.C. & Co. / are the Original Inventors of the / Composition for the Union Case, / (so called,) including all the various shades / of color and fineness of texture pecu- / liar to their manufacture and of the / Embracing Riveted hinges, thus / securing them from breaking out / as do others that are inserted / with or without a / metal brace. / - / Hinge Patented / Oct. 14, 1856, & April 21, 1857. Accompanying note (handwritten, modern): Drips, Andrew 1789-1860 / -2 / Drips, Andrew Jackson Jr. / 1850-1911 / at left / and / Drips, Thomas Nelson 1852 - )? / sons of Andrew / gift of Mrs. Richard B. / Hershey and / Miss Catleivie / Brauch. Sept 1961 / ca 1854 / picture drawer [ 6321].</physfacet>;;;
Image 2: Portraits
Image 2: Ambrotypes
Image 2: [Left image: Andrew Jackson Drips, former Indian agent and fur trader.]
Image 2: Original component parts: plate, mat, cover glass, preserver. Plate: clear glass with dark velvet backing, face slightly hand colored. Mat: decorative oval. Preserver: decorative.;;;
Image 2: [ca. 1857]
Image 2: ambrotype ; visible image 6.9 x 5.6 cm.
Image 2: BANC PIC 1962.018:001a––CASE
Image 3: Ambrotypes
Image 3: Group portraits
Image 3: [Right image: Andrew Jackson Drips, Jr. (b. 1850) and his brother Thomas Nelson Drips (b. 1852).]
Image 3: Content/DescriptionHalf length portrait of two boys seated in wooden chairs. The older boy has his arm resting on the back on the others boy's chair. They are the sons of Drips and his second wife, Louise Geroux Drips.
Image 3: Children
Image 3: Boys
Image 3: Racially mixed children
Image 3: Indians of North America
Image 3: Original component parts: plate, mat, cover glass, preserver. Plate: clear glass with dark velvet backing, faces slightly hand colored. Mat: decorative oval. Preserver: decorative.;;;
Image 3: [ca. 1857]
Image 3: ambrotype ; visible image 6.9 x 5.6 cm.
Image 3: BANC PIC 1962.018:001b––CASE
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