Well - more or less. There is a recently discovered daguerreotype (what a wonderful word) which is probably a reproduction of Dickinson as an adult. This would be only the second in existence, and quite a find about our fair Belle of Amherst.
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Amherst College Archives and Special Collections has a copy of a 19th Century daguerreotype that could be the second photograph in existence of Emily Dickinson as an adult.
We’ve embedded a photo of the daguerreotype above (with Dickinson possibly on the left)–scholars are still trying to authenticate it, but evidence is mounting that it is an image of the great poet. Anyone can see the image upon request at the college, as scholars “hope that anyone with information about the photograph will come forward.” Here’s more from the archives: