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This week's featured picture:

Earliest surviving photo of John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams, Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery

This is a picture of John Quincy Adams, the earliest president to be photographed. The photo was taken in 1843, and many people think of something like this when they think of Adams. However, Adams was actually much younger when he was president, and when these pictures were taken, he had been out of office for around 20 years. Many believe the earliest photo of Adams was this one, but it was taken shortly after. In Adams' diary, he viewed the photography process negatively, as back then people had to stand in the same position for a long time. Many argue that the true oldest photo of a president was taken in 1841, but this was taken for William Henry Harrison, who was president after Adams. Also, that photo was lost in history, and a remake was created later.

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