The first negative of the day was an 8x10 copy negative of President Lincoln. The photograph was taken by Anthony Berger for Bradys studio on February 9, 1864, and is the portrait that was used on the five dollar bill from 1914-2007.s studio on February 9, 1864, and is the portrait that was used on the five dollar bill from 1914-2007. Credit: By

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For the first time since 1938, the Library of Congress has stopped selling silver gelatin prints of images in its collection. Earlier this month, freelance printer Franz Jantzen developed his final batch, including iconic images by Walker Evans, Gordon Parks, and Dorothea Lange.