In the Style of Daguerre: Two 19th C. American Showmen and Travelling Exhibitions of Chemical Dioramas

Suzanne Wray
New York, USA
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Suzanne Wray, after earning a BFA School of the Art Institute of Chicago, moved to New York where she has worked in the knitwear industry at design and technical design. Interest in the history of industry and technology, and American roadside and commercial environment led to memberships in the Society for Industrial Archeology, and the Society for Commercial archaeology, and, in a roundabout way, to her fascination with panoramas.

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