ca. 1845, “The Branded Hand of Captain Jonathan Walker”,  Southworth and Hawes 
The inscription on the back of the case reads:

This Daguerreotype was taken by Southworth Aug. 1845 it is a copy of  Captain Jonathan Walker’s hand as branded by the U.S. Marshall of the  Dist. of Florida for having helped 7 men to obtain ‘Life Liberty, and  Happiness.’…

The brand is “S.S.” for “Slave Stealer”. This photo inspired the famous engraving "The Branded Hand".
via the Daguerreian Society, from the Massachusetts Historical Society

ca. 1845, “The Branded Hand of Captain Jonathan Walker”, Southworth and Hawes

The inscription on the back of the case reads:

This Daguerreotype was taken by Southworth Aug. 1845 it is a copy of Captain Jonathan Walker’s hand as branded by the U.S. Marshall of the Dist. of Florida for having helped 7 men to obtain ‘Life Liberty, and Happiness.’…

The brand is “S.S.” for “Slave Stealer”. This photo inspired the famous engraving "The Branded Hand".

via the Daguerreian Society, from the Massachusetts Historical Society