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Moses X. Ball, Eddie Orr, David Mosley, Marvin Hunt, Norman Maxwell and Michael

McKenzie, detail from Black Seeds, Jefferson Boulevard at Third Avenue (African American neighbourhood), Los Angeles, California, 1991; Douglass with Harriet Tubman, Booker T. Washington and others, alongside scenes of slavery and lynching, based on a carte-de-visite photograph by George Kendall Warrentaken in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1876; CC BY-NC-ND.​

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Dan Devenny, detail from Labor History Mural, Sixth Street at Spring Street,

New Bedford, Massachusetts, 2001; central image based on a cabinet card photograph by Matthew Brady taken in Washington D.C. in 1876, left-side image based on a daguerreotype by Edward White taken in New York City in 1844, right-side image based on a frontispiece engraving by J.C. Buttre from 1855 made from a lost daguerreotype; CC BY-NC-ND.​

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Open Hands, detail from Anti-Racism Mural, Northumberland Street, Belfast,

Northern Ireland, 2011; created by a community group of young adults from both sides of the Belfast interface, coordinated by community relations officer Marion Weir, after Dan Devenny’s New Bedford mural (see image 8) and the original Belfast mural also by Devenny (2006), central image based on a cabinet cardphotograph by Matthew Brady taken in Washington D.C. in 1876, left-side image based on a  daguerreotype made in 1853; CC BY-NC-ND.​

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