Chase, Dana B.

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Chase, Dana B.

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  • D.B. Chase

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1848-1897

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Maine
Trinidad, Colorado
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Denver, Colorado

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Photographer

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https://researchworks.oclc.org/archivegrid/collection/data/756767196:
"A pioneer photographer in New Mexico. Born in Maine in 1848, he operated studios in Trinidad and other Colorado locations from 1873 well into the 1880s, primarily in Trinidad. In 1884 he took over the Santa Fe plaza studio of William Henry Brown using the services of two "operators" W.L. Fetter and E.B Headley. Twice married, he divorced his first wife Ella, with whom he had four children, in 1888. He married his second wife Belle in Santa Fe in 1888 and divorced her in 1897. He sold his Santa Fe gallery to photographer Thomas J. Curran in 1892. He died in 1897."

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