July 2015
Alabama Heritage;Summer2015, Issue 117, p56
Exhibition Review
The article reviews the online exhibit "Likenesses Within the Reach of All" launched in November 2014 by the University of Alabama's A.S. Williams III Americana Collection which allows users to view its archives of cartes de visite that symbolize the democratization of southern states' photography.


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