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John Chester Buttre (1821-1893)

"John Chester Buttre (10 June 1821 Auburn, New York – 2 December 1893 Ridgewood, New Jersey), was an American steel-plate engraver and lithographer, responsible for some 3,000 engraved portraits of American political, naval and military personalities. He published "The American Portrait Gallery" in 3 volumes (1880–81) with text by his daughter, Lillian C. Buttre." - (Wikipedia (en) 02.06.2018)

Object-mediated relations to other actors

(The left column names relations of this actor to objects in the right column. In the middle you find other actors in relation to the same objects.)

Created John Chester Buttre (1821-1893)
Creation of reference Pierre-Antoine Labouchère (1807-1873) ()
Was imaged Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560) ()
Was imaged Martin Luther (1483-1546) ()
Was imaged Johannes Bugenhagen (1485-1558) ()
Was imaged Caspar Cruciger der Ältere (1504-1548) ()