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Information request: André François Bulot

My great grandfather, André François Bulot (1810-1873) is part of the beginning history of photography.  I have found some history about him in British photography history.  I’m thankful for this. I would love more about him.  He came to the USA in 1856, made his home in Nashville, Tennessee. There he did miniature portraits in watercolor.  I own one of them.  He died there in 1873.  I don’t have his likeness in any form. I’m hope full that I might find this or more information with the work he…See More
Jan 19
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Andre Francois Bulot at James Valentine Obit.

October 9, 2021 from 6pm to 7pm
Andre Francois Bulot and Joseph Marguerite CattinEnglish PatentedDec. 13, 1854England patented method of fixing, vitrifying and coloring photographic images taken by Collodion process (which had been transferred) upon enamel, metal, stone, porcelain’s, glass, China, and all kinds of earthen ware.  See More
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Information request: André François Bulot

My great grandfather, André François Bulot (1810-1873) is part of the beginning history of photography.  I have found some history about him in British photography history.  I’m thankful for this. I would love more about him.  

He came to the USA in 1856, made his home in Nashville, Tennessee. There he did miniature portraits in watercolor.  I own one of them.  He died there in 1873.  I don’t have his likeness in any form. I’m hope full that I might find this or more information with…

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