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Indeed, in 1863 the distinguished Boston physician and essayist Oliver Wendell Holmes, a contemporary of Lincoln’s, called the small photographic portraits that were then sweeping the nation as a fad “social currency, the sentimental ‘green-backs’ of civilization.” Such portraits, like money, held symbolic value, with an implied faith in what they represented and in their worth on the social marketplace ...

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  • Culture, pop culture 52.78%
  • Arts and entertainment 47.22%
    • Music, film and television 100.00%

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