Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) was a 19th century photographer known for her portraits of Victorian celebrities and for her photographs illustrating scenes from religious and literary works. The Armstrong Browning Library has ten original photographs by Cameron. Five of these photographs are of Robert Browning who sat for Cameron in 1865. Four additional photographs were gifts from Cameron to Browning and are inscribed by the photographer. The final photograph in the collection is of Hallam Tennyson, the eldest son of Alfred Tennyson.
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