Adolphus Duperly
Duperly was a prominent photographer who lived in Kingston, in the 1830s he made a number of “photographic” excursions around Jamaica with his Daguerreotype camera.
From these images he composed an “excursion essay” of 24 images.
He then had lithographs made of these 24 images  by Ph. Benoist, Jacottei, G. Muller and others.
The printing from these lithographs was done by Thierry Bros of Paris, France.
The size of the image in each of these 24 Lithographs is approximately 10″ x 6.25″.
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