The lithograph Married, published by James Baillie in New York about 1849, represents a prosperous young husband and wife seated in their well-appointed parlor, enjoying the physical attachment and affection of their children. In the best of all possible worlds, their framed portraits, hanging on the wall above them, will eventually become ancestor portraits, treasured by future generations.

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