“I like this photograph much better than any other which has been taken of me.” – Darwin on the Cameron portrait(DARWIN, CHARLES.) Cameron, Julia Margaret
(English) Charles Darwin. London, London, 
THE GREAT DARWIN PORTRAIT, Julia Margaret Cameron’s 1868 portrait of Darwin is probably the most famous photograph of a 19th-century scientist. Darwin remarked, “I like this photograph much better than any other which has been taken of me.”
(STATUE OF LIBERTY ,Central Park.)
Liberty’s Torch in Madison Square Park. no publisher, negative ca. 1876, made from a print, late 19th century.
The torch of the Statue of Liberty was exhibited in Madison Square Park, New York to raise funds for the statue’s completion. The torch remained in the park from 1876 through 1882.
(English) The Psychological Portrait: Marcel Sternberger’s Revelations in Photography. Foreword by Phillip Prodger.. New York: Skira Rizzoli, 2016
First edition, one of 100 copies of the Deluxe Estate Edition, signed and numbered by the author and accompanied by your choice of one of four 8 x 10 inch archival pigment photographs (Einstein, Freud, Shaw, or Kahlo).
(WHITMAN, WALT.) Brady, Mathew
(English) Bust portrait of Walt Whitman. New York: Brady, c. 1862
This is the first Mathew Brady portrait of Walt Whitman. The poet sat for Brady Studio portraits in New York on a number of occasions. Whitman knew Brady when both men were beginning their careers. In 1846, after visiting Brady’s daguerreotype gallery in New York, Whitman called the photographer “a capital artist” whose “pictures possess a peculiar life-likeness.”