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Although he lived only 34 years, Rufus Morgan, one of the Reconstruction era's finest photographers, recorded North Carolina landscapes and people in stereoscopic images during the 1870s.
An unknown photograph of part of the south front of the State Capitol has been discovered. The picture was taken in the 1870s by Rufus Morgan, one of the state's most accomplished itinerant photographers of the 19th-century.
At a historic photograph show and sale in Arlington, VA, a photograph with an unknown view of a section of the NC state capital building was discovered and purchased by an officer from the NC Division of Archives and History. The image by accomplished NC photographer Rufus Morgan is one in a series of twenty-two stereoscopic images titled “In and Around Raleigh, NC”; and depicts a cross-section of citizenry from the mid-1870.