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LL/34653
The apparatus for the Daguerreotype
1853
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LL/34652
The apparatus for the Daguerreotype
1853
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LL/32249
Thomas Smillie
Samuel F. B. Morse's Daguerreotype Equipment
1888
Cyanotype
8.1 x 9.9 in
 
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Thomas Smillie Collection (Record Unit 95), (Image ID: RU95_Box77_10625)
 
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LL/34802
Daguerreotype Apparatus
1840
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LL/34759
Daguerreotype apparatus
1843
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LL/34662
Title page for "Mélanges photographiques: Complément des nouvelles instructions sur l'usage du Daguerreotype" by Charles Chevalier (Paris: Charles Chevalier, 1844)
1844
Title page
 
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LL/35327
Edward White's Daguerreotype Depot and General Furnishing Establishment
1845
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LL/34657
Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus - Horne, thornwaite and Wood, Opticians, 123 Newgate Street, London
1850
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LL/34617
Mathew B. Brady
Brady's Daguerrian Galleries, 359 & 205 Broadway, New York
1854
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LL/44296
Samuel F.B. Morse
Mercury fuming box for daguerreotypes used by Samuel F. B. Morse
1840 (ca)
Black and white image
 
National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
Object ID: PG*0005
 
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LL/34636
No. 4 Complete Set of Daguerreotype Apparatus, supplied by Bland and Long, London
1856
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LL/34703
George Cruikshank
Photographic Phenomena, or the new school of portrait painting
1842
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LL/34704
George Cruikshank
Photographic Phenomena, or the new school of portrait painting
1842
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LL/53724
Theodor Hosemann (1807-1875)
The photographer deprives the artist of his livehood
1843
Caricature
 
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Contents - Themes & Fragments
Cameras - Daguerreotype cameras
Cameras - Historical changes in the size of cameras
Cyanotypes - Cyanotypes: Examples
Daguerreotypes - Daguerreotype apparatus (1843)
Daguerreotypes - Daguerreotype apparatus (1853)
Daguerreotypes - Daguerreotype cameras
Daguerreotypes - Daguerreotype equipment
Daguerreotypes - Photographic Phenomena, or the new school of portrait painting (1842)
Daguerreotypists - USA - Mathew B. Brady: Brady's Daguerrean Gallery
Equipment - Daguerreotype apparatus (1843)
Equipment - Daguerreotype apparatus (1853)
Equipment - Daguerreotype cameras
Equipment - Daguerreotype equipment
Equipment - Introduction to equipment
Head rests and posing stands - Props, accessories and novelties: Head rests - illustrations
Humour - Humorous illustrations and photography
Literature - Photographic Phenomena, or the new school of portrait painting (1842)
Marketing - Mathew B. Brady: Brady's Daguerrean Gallery
Museums - Thomas Smillie: Museum objects
New York - Mathew B. Brady: Brady's Daguerrean Gallery
Photographers - Illustrations of people taking photographs
Photography assimilated into popular culture - Humorous illustrations and photography
Photography assimilated into popular culture - Photographic Phenomena, or the new school of portrait painting (1842)
Poetry - Photographic Phenomena, or the new school of portrait painting (1842)
Props - Props, accessories and novelties: Head rests - illustrations
Significant photographic studios - Examples - Mathew B. Brady: Brady's Daguerrean Gallery
Social life of photographs - Introduction to pricing
USA - Mathew B. Brady: Brady's Daguerrean Gallery


 
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