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Giuseppe Garibaldi portrait

Identifier: Mss 0034-173

Collection Overview

Double matted and framed photographic oval portrait of Garibaldi in profile and signed "G. Garibaldi." Framed by Arthur Staples ("Practical carver, Gilder, and Picture Framer maker") of 201, High Road, Kilburn, N.W. (London, England).


  • Creation: 1800s

Language of Material

Materials in English.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

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Biographical Note

Giuseppe Garibaldi was an Italian patriot and soldier of the Risorgimento. He personally led many of the military campaigns that brought about the formation of a unified Italy. He has been dubbed the "Hero of the Two Worlds" in tribute to his military expeditions in South America and Europe.


1 folder (1 photograph) : sepia ; 7 x 6 cm.

Acquisitions Information

Materials donated by Denis William Keyes. Given in memory of Professor Neville Rogers, 1908-1985.


Size when framed: 22 x 17 cm.

Inventory of the Giuseppe Garibaldi Portrait, 1800s
Processed by: Special Collections staff; finding aid created by: Special Collections staff
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