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John Douglas (25th January 1813 Dollar, Clackmannan - 11 Mar 1893, Glasgow) Portrait Painter and Photographer in Ayrshire; and a Photographer (Portrait and Carte-de-Visite) and Artist in Glasgow.
 145 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow and Seafield Place, West Bay, Helensburgh. 
Snuff box painter in Old Cumnock.
Took photo of David Livingstone.

Son of Walter, brother of Gabriel Douglas 1822

John Douglas & Son, Photographers, Seafield Place, West Bay, Helensburgh, who also had Glasgow premises at 145 Sauchiehall Street and 108 Renfield Street. The 'Son' was John's eldest son Walter (1835-1868)
It is suspected that the Helensburgh studio closed after Walter's death.

Leander Dulaney Douglas Born on 10 Feb 1877 in Washington CO, Tennessee and died in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Photographer Son of William Keener Douglas q.v.
Robert Douglas c1860 Landscape & Portrait Photographer, The Vineyard, Top Whytes Causeway, Kirkcaldy. Possible father of Robert Douglas who ran the aerated water manufacturers business at Lothrie Works, Kirkcaldy
Sampson S Douglas      
Thomas H. Douglas bc 1836, Edinburgh Artist/Photographer  
T. Douglas c1860? Photographer in Thornhill  
Walter Douglas 1835-1968 Photographic Artist Son of John Douglas b1813 of Dollar
James Douglas c 1936 75 Oakwod Court, Kensignton, London  
A.B. Douglas Licensed October 1862 Muscatine, Iowa, USA  
Harvey S. Douglas b.c.1820
1860 Omaha, Nebraska territory, USA
'Daguerean artist'  
William H. Douglas c1853 Daguerrreotypist in St Louis  
George Douglas 1863 Sidney, Iowa, USA  
Henry Douglass bc1853 Cedar Rapids, Iowa Son of Nathaniel B. Douglas, of New York, probably also a photographer
T.C. Douglas bc1837 Lewisville and Swissville, Texas  
Priscilla Douglas 1849 - 1929 'Artist in photography' 74 St. Mary's Road, Southampton
Douglas Brothers 20thC Andrew Douglas (10 August 1952) and Stuart Douglas (6 February 1962)  



  Image may contain: 1 person
Said to be Leander Douglas who later owned a
studio where he took the family portraits.
Parents unknown.
  Thought to be Walter Douglas, but could be
John, of Helensburgh and Glasgow



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