Definition of Mathew B. Brady
1. Noun. United States pioneer photographer famous for his portraits; was the official Union photographer for the American Civil War (1823-1896).
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Literary usage of Mathew B. Brady
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1. The American Catalogue ... July 1, 1876-Dec. 31, 1910 by Lynds Eugene Jones, Richard Rogers Bowker, Augusta Isabella Appleton (1908)
")riginal photographs taken on the battlefields during the Civil War. by Mathew B. Brady and Alex. Gardner, who operated under the authority of the War ..."
2. The Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society by American-Irish Historical Society (1911)
"They were the work of an Irishman Mathew B. Brady, a famous photographer in New York, an artist, a camera genius, having headquarters at the time on ..."
3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1911)
"... in the American Review of Rn/iews for March: Mathew B. Brady was born at Cork, Ireland (not in New Hampshire, as is generally stated), about 1823. ..."
4. List of the Photographs and Photographic Negatives Relating to the War with by United States War Dept. Library, David Fitz Gerald, Adolphus Washington Greely (1897)
"Relative to the proposition of its owner, Mr. Mathew B. Brady, to exhibit the collection temporarily in the galleries of the New York Historical Society, ..."
5. Catalogue of Copyright Entries by Library of Congress Copyright Office (1907)
"Original photographs taken on the battlefields during the civil war of the United States, by Mathew B. Brady and Alexander Gardner, who operated under the ..."