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    Name: Daniel Davis, Jr.
    Biographical Dates: 1813 - 1887
    Daniel Davis
    Biography: Daniel Davis Jr. was a daguerreian and instrument maker in Boston, Mass. He ran a Boston invention mill, the 19th-century equivalent of a technology think tank. Davis received one of the first patents issued in the United States, for a process to apply color to daguerreotypes.
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    "D'Amule to Deyer," CRAIGCAMERA.COM, http://craigcamera.com/dag/d_table.htm#Davis,%20Daniel,%20Jr. (accessed 09/09/2014) [unvetted]

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    Burnett, James H. III "Grimy broken clock turns out to be rare gem," The Boston Globe April 25, 2014, " http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/2014/04/25/grimy-broken-clock-turns-out-rare-gem/ZlBpFRnWxF0KqZBSb8bdLM/story.html (accessed 09/09/2014)

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