Luminous-Lint - for collectors and connoisseurs of fine photography
LL/52912
W.B. Francis
Bladder stones
1845 (ca)
Salted paper print
 
Norfolk Heritage Centre
 
LL/52912 [Further details available]

1 of 77
LL/6952
Louisa Walters, photographed in 1868, twenty-eight years after being operated on at age twelve to remove her leg at the hip.
n.d.
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(Army Medical Museum Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, or simply Surgical Photographs 287).
 
LL/6952

2 of 77
LL/36762
George Edward Shuttleworth
George Edward Shuttleworth holding a male child, showing signs of Down's syndrome, upon his lap
1895
Albumen print (?)
9.7 x 7.6 cm (sheet)
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (V0030003, Library reference no.: ICV No 30486)
 
LL/36762 [Further details available]

3 of 77
LL/36774
Wilhelm Scharmann (Berlin)
Two dwarfs from Burma, standing next to a bottle
n.d.
Carte de visite
6.5 x 4.6 cm
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (V0007436, Library reference no.: ICV No 7656)
 
LL/36774 [Further details available]

4 of 77
LL/6953
Thirty-seven-year-old Boston woman's pre-operative tumors of her breasts
n.d.
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
Formerly: Army Medical Museum, CP 2027
 
LL/6953

5 of 77
LL/44692
James Wallace Black
Enchondroma of the scapula
1863
Albumen print
29.5 x 23.1 cm (11 5/8 x 9 1/8 in.)
 
Princeton University Art Museum
Museum purchase, anonymous gift, Object Number: 2008-62
 
LL/44692

6 of 77
LL/35659
Doctor and suspended patient
1877
Woodburytype
11.6 x 8.3 cm
 
George Eastman Museum
Record Id: 1999:0112:0010
 
LL/35659 [Further details available]

7 of 77
LL/35660
Doctor and suspended patient
1877
Woodburytype
11.6 x 8.6 cm
 
George Eastman Museum
Record Id: 1999:0112:0017
 
LL/35660 [Further details available]

8 of 77
LL/20620
Unknown (American)
Study of a woman with spinal Injury in Traction
1900
Cabinet card
 
Collection of Brad Feuerhelm
 
LL/20620

9 of 77
LL/10643
Unidentified photographer
Photogram of a male torso (France)
1910
Cyanotype
90.8 x 35.2 cm
 
AnamorFose
 
LL/10643

10 of 77
LL/6964
Man with Smallpox.
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Washington (Reeve 48135)
 
LL/6964

11 of 77
LL/5512
Werner Bischof
Town of Hiroshima. A victim of the Hiroshima atomic explosion, Japan
1951
Gelatin silver print
 
Silverstein Photography
 
LL/5512

12 of 77
LL/18076
Unidentified photographer
Alopecia
1940
Photo postcard, gelatin
 
Collection of Brad Feuerhelm
 
LL/18076

13 of 77
LL/6969
Full-thickness flaps being closed over metal plate in casualty with huge skull defect
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine (NCP 1690).
 
LL/6969

14 of 77
LL/20632
Unknown (American)
Photobooth portrait
1940
Gelatin silver print, photobooth
 
Collection of Brad Feuerhelm
 
LL/20632

15 of 77
LL/31921
SP310 Cranium with an Iron Arrow-Head impacted in the left Temporal Bone
1870, 30 Sept (after)
Albumen print
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/31921 [Further details available]

16 of 77
LL/31923
Syphilis of skull. Path. [pathological] series #14763. World War 1 era.
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/31923 [Further details available]

17 of 77
LL/36763
Unidentified photographer
Trephined skull excavated at Jericho in 1958 [Tomb 88] by Dr. Kathleen Kenyon, C.B.E., Director of the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem.
1958 (later)
Gelatin silver print
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (L0004561, Library reference no.: Museum No. 277/1959)
 
LL/36763 [Further details available]

18 of 77
LL/44747
Unidentified photographer
A cross-section of a human brain
1880s (late)
Platinum print
7 1/8 x 5 3/8 ins
 
Cornell University Library
Burt Green Wilder Collection
 
LL/44747 [Further details available]

19 of 77
LL/20426
Unknown (French)
From a series of ostopathic studies
1916 (ca)
Gelatin silver print
 
Collection of Brad Feuerhelm
 
LL/20426

20 of 77
LL/18077
Unidentified photographer
After the war
1945
Gelatin silver print, snapshot
 
Collection of Brad Feuerhelm
 
LL/18077

21 of 77
LL/6960
Hands of former professional baseball player, Douglas Allison, showing results of baseball playing, Palmar surface
1889, 12 February
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Washington (NS30)
 
LL/6960

23 of 77
LL/6961
Hands of former professional baseball player, Douglas Allison, showing results of baseball playing, Dorsal surface.
1889, 12 February
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Washington (NS30)
 
LL/6961

24 of 77
LL/31922
Wax models of hands, used in an exhibit at the Army Medical Museum.
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/31922 [Further details available]

25 of 77
LL/31925
Orthopedics; feet of Chinese woman, bound, compared with tea cup and American woman's shoe. World War 1 era
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/31925 [Further details available]

26 of 77
LL/36729
E.P. Minett
The foot of a 43 year-old, 4ft. 8 in., Chinese woman, showing the effect of foot binding with the broken (high) arch, under wrapped toes and cone shape heel.
1920s (ca)
X-ray
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (V0031188, Iconographic Collections 644751i)
 
LL/36729

27 of 77
LL/6948
Eben Smith [nineteen years old]
1867, July
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(Army Medical Museum Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, or simply Surgical Photographs 203).
 
LL/6948

28 of 77
LL/6950
William H. Bell
Major General Henry Barnum displaying his gunshot to the abdomen and hip
1865 Aug
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(Army Medical Museum Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, or simply Surgical Photographs 93).
 
LL/6950

29 of 77
LL/6951
Photograph provided by Barnum in support of his pension claim
n.d.
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(NCP 3787; from Pension File 78753, National Archives)
 
LL/6951

30 of 77
LL/6954
Private George Lemon, ex-prisoner of war of the Confederates, survived a complete amputation of his leg at the hip after returning to the Union
n.d.
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(Army Medical Museum Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, or simply Surgical Photographs 137B).
 
LL/6954

31 of 77
LL/6955
Lemon, made for the 1876 Centennial Exposition, a leaf has been painted on the original negative over his genitals.
n.d.
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(Army Medical Museum Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, or simply Surgical Photographs 137A).
 
LL/6955

32 of 77
LL/6956
Private John Wallace has a leaf tied around his waist to hide his genitals
n.d.
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(Army Medical Museum Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, or simply Surgical Photographs - ID not secure).
 
LL/6956

33 of 77
LL/6957
Alfred Stratton, pensioned at twenty-five dollars a month and provided with artificial arms
1869, 24 December
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(Army Medical Museum Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, or simply Surgical Photographs - 262).
 
LL/6957

34 of 77
LL/6958
Injured Soldier Jacob Hertzog, and his prosthetic brace, became an impromptu model in an advertisement when Hudson contributed this annotated mounted picture to the Museum
n.d.
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
Formerly: Army Medical Museum, CP 1545
 
LL/6958

35 of 77
LL/6959
Clinical photograph of Harold Russell, taken while he was being treated at the Army's Walter Reed General Hospital. Russell would later star in the film The Best Years of Our Lives and win an Academy Award
n.d.
 
Location and source information requested
(NCP 1598B).
 
LL/6959

36 of 77
LL/36777
Unidentified photographer
Military Hospital V.R. 76, Ris-Orangis, France: wounded soldier - 10 inch gash from sword at Verdun in 1st world war
1916
Gelatin silver print
8.7 x 6.2 cm
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (V0029390, Library reference no.: ICV No 29867)
 
LL/36777

37 of 77
LL/6949
Necrosis and Exfoliation and Deposits of Spongy Callus after a Gunshot Fracture of the Left Femur
1870 (ca)
 
Joint Pathology Center (JPC)
(Army Medical Museum Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens, or simply Surgical Photographs 244).
 
LL/6949

38 of 77
LL/6963
A set of vulcanite dentures worn by Gen. John J. (Blackjack) Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionary Forces in France during the First World War.
n.d.
Color print
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine, Washington (M-500 00055)
 
LL/6963

39 of 77
LL/6947
Unidentified photographer
Dentist and his patient
1860s (ca)
Tintype
 
Location and source information requested
 
LL/6947

40 of 77
LL/35968
Frank Wendt
Francesco Lentini
n.d.
Cabinet card
 
Private collection of Laddy Kite
 
LL/35968 [Further details available]

41 of 77
LL/6970
Conjoined twins
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/6970

42 of 77
LL/33863
Unidentified photographer
Conjoined twins in nappies
n.d.
Gelatin silver print
 
Private collection
 
LL/33863 [Further details available]

43 of 77
LL/33864
Obermuller & Sons (888 Bowery, N.Y.)
Conjoined twins in Christmas attire
n.d.
Gelatin silver print
 
Private collection
 
LL/33864 [Further details available]

44 of 77
LL/32643
T.A. Beach (Delaware, OH)
The conjoined twins Mina and Minnie Finley
n.d.
Carte de visite
 
J. Cosmas Vintage Photography
 
LL/32643 [Further details available]

45 of 77
LL/35828
Plate XVII. the Carolina Twins
1870-1871
Magazine page, albumen print, tipped in
 
Google Books
 
LL/35828 [Further details available]

46 of 77
LL/35974
Chang and Eng
n.d.
Carte de visite
 
Private collection of Laddy Kite
 
LL/35974 [Further details available]

47 of 77
LL/31926
William H. Bell
Unidentified man with ptosis (drooping of an eyelid)
n.d.
Daguerreotype
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
This purchase for the William Bell collection was made by the Museum with the support of Frederic A. Sharf.
 
LL/31926 [Further details available]

48 of 77
LL/31927
William H. Bell
Unidentified man with ptosis (drooping of an eyelid)
n.d.
Daguerreotype
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
This purchase for the William Bell collection was made by the Museum with the support of Frederic A. Sharf.
 
LL/31927 [Further details available]

49 of 77
LL/42279
Unidentified photographer
Eye operation [Italian]
n.d.
Carte de visite
 
Collection of Michael G. Jacob
 
LL/42279

50 of 77
LL/7966
Linda Neville
Portrait of a blind girl
n.d.
Lantern slide
 
Kentucky Virtual Library
University of Kentucky, Linda Neville (1873-1961), Charles Kerr, and Neville Family Papers, 1847-1959 (kukav:61m158:478)
 
LL/7966

51 of 77
LL/15969
Dr. A. de Montmeja
Illustration from "Traité des Opérations qui se pratiquent sur l'oeil" by Edouard Meyer and Dr. A. de Montmeja (Paris: Lauwereyns)
1871
Book illustration
 
Swann Galleries - New York
Courtesy of Swann Galleries (Auction, Dec 7, 2006, #2097, Lot 205)
 
LL/15969

52 of 77
LL/40526
Unknown artist (American School)
[Blind Man Wearing Dark Glasses]
1850s
Daguerreotype
10.8 x 8.3 cm (4 1/4 x 3 1/4 ins)
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Purchase, W. Bruce and Delaney H. Lundberg Gift and Gilman Collection, Purchase, The Howard Gilman Foundation Gift, 2008, Accession Number: 2008.15
 
LL/40526

53 of 77
LL/40557
Unknown Artist (American School)
[Blind Man and His Reader]
1850 (ca)
Daguerreotype
9.1 x 6.6 cm (3 9/16 x 2 5/8 ins) (mount) 12 x 9.4 cm (4 3/4 x 3 11/16 ins) (case)
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gilman Collection, Purchase, Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Gift, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.271
 
LL/40557

54 of 77
LL/36784
Unidentified photographer
A plague house in Kaladevi Road, Bombay
1896
Albumen print
19.7 x 25.9 cm
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (V0029850, Library reference no.: ICV No 30332)
 
LL/36784 [Further details available]

55 of 77
LL/36793
Unidentified photographer
A celebratory dance for discharged patients, during the bubonic plague outbreak in Karachi, India
1897
Albumen print (?)
21.1 x 28.4 cm
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (V0029283, Library reference no.: ICV No 29759)
 
LL/36793

56 of 77
LL/36791
Unidentified photographer
Famine in India: five emaciated children; a girl sitting and four boys lying on a mat.
1876-1878
Print
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (V0029718, Library reference no.: ICV No 30199)
 
LL/36791

57 of 77
LL/36792
Unidentified photographer
Famine in India: a group of emaciated young men wearing loin cloths and a woman wearing a sari
1876-1878
Print
15.1 x 20.6 cm
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (V0029717, Library reference no.: ICV No 30198)
 
LL/36792

58 of 77
LL/31929
Thromboangiitis obliterans
n.d.
X-ray
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/31929 [Further details available]

59 of 77
LL/31930
Mutilation - self castigation. Graphophone needles
n.d.
X-ray
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/31930 [Further details available]

60 of 77
LL/31928
Four x-ray views of footbinding
1948 (ca)
X-ray
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/31928 [Further details available]

61 of 77
LL/33935
Untitled [x-ray of a hand]
1900 (ca)
Silver bromide print, x-ray
 
Collection of Brad Feuerhelm
 
LL/33935

62 of 77
LL/36776
H.J Hickman
World War One, France: a radiographer wearing protective clothing and headpiece
1918 (ca)
Gelatin silver print
13.8 x 8.6 cm
 
Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Library, London (L0050611)
 
LL/36776

63 of 77
LL/32591
Unidentified photographer
Phineas Gage with the iron rod that went through his skull in 1848. He lived 11 more years after the accident.
n.d.
Daguerreotype, 1/6 plate
 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus
 
LL/32591 [Further details available]

64 of 77
LL/32580
A. Hardy & A de Montméja
Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
1868
Book plate
 
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction (17 June 2009, Sale 93, Lot 4645)
 
LL/32580 [Further details available]

65 of 77
LL/32574
A. Hardy & A de Montméja
Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
1868
Book plate
 
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction (17 June 2009, Sale 93, Lot 4645)
 
LL/32574 [Further details available]

66 of 77
LL/32575
A. Hardy & A de Montméja
Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
1868
Book plate
 
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction (17 June 2009, Sale 93, Lot 4645)
 
LL/32575 [Further details available]

67 of 77
LL/32576
A. Hardy & A de Montméja
Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
1868
Book plate
 
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction (17 June 2009, Sale 93, Lot 4645)
 
LL/32576 [Further details available]

68 of 77
LL/32577
A. Hardy & A de Montméja
Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
1868
Book plate
 
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction (17 June 2009, Sale 93, Lot 4645)
 
LL/32577 [Further details available]

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LL/32578
A. Hardy & A de Montméja
Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
1868
Book plate
 
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction (17 June 2009, Sale 93, Lot 4645)
 
LL/32578 [Further details available]

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LL/32579
A. Hardy & A de Montméja
Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
1868
Book plate
 
Bassenge Photography Auctions
Auction (17 June 2009, Sale 93, Lot 4645)
 
LL/32579 [Further details available]

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LL/35831
Bibliographic entry for "the Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion, 1861-65" (Washington, 1870-1888)
n.d.
Bibliographic entry
 
Google Books
 
LL/35831

72 of 77
LL/35832
William Rhoads (Philadelphia)
Operations for Contracted Cicatrices
1888 (before)
Book illustrations
 
Google Books
 
LL/35832 [Further details available]

73 of 77
LL/36518
Mr Alexander
La lecon d'anatomie
n.d.
Heliogravure
 
Private collection of Manuel Magalhaes
 
LL/36518 [Further details available]

74 of 77
LL/6971
The new M2A Capsule, a pill endoscope, created by Given Imaging Ltd
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/6971

75 of 77
LL/6973
Egg surrounded by sperm
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/6973

76 of 77
LL/6972
A scoliotic spine
n.d.
 
National Museum of Health and Medicine
National Museum of Health and Medicine
 
LL/6972

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Contents - Themes & Fragments
1860-1880 - Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - What would Phileas Fogg and Passepartout have seen in 1872?
Albumen prints - Albumen prints: Objects
Albumen prints - Albumen prints: War
American Civil War (1861-1865) - Major General Henry Barnum
American Civil War (1861-1865) - Private George Lemon
American Civil War (1861-1865) - William H. Bell: Medical injuries during the American Civil War
Back - Portrait: Parts of the body: Back: Single person
Breasts - Parts of the body: Breasts
Cameras - Historical changes in the size of cameras
Carte de visite - Carte de visites: Scientific
Catastrophes - Natural catastrophes
Catastrophes - Willoughby Wallace Hooper: Indian famine (1876-1878)
Concealment with masks and veils - Fashion: Accessories: Masks
Cyanotypes - Cyanotypes: Examples
Daguerreotypes - Daguerreotypes: Scientific
Expeditions and exploration - Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - What would Phileas Fogg and Passepartout have seen in 1872?
Eyes - Parts of the body: Eyes
Eyes - William H. Bell: Unidentified man with ptosis (drooping of an eyelid)
Famines - Willoughby Wallace Hooper: Indian famine (1876-1878)
First World War (1914-1918) - Introduction to the First World War (1914-1918)
Gelatin silver prints - Gelatin silver prints: War
Hands - Parts of the body: Hands
Illustrated magazines - Photographic Review of Medicine and Surgery (1870-?)
Illustrated magazines and photojournalism - Introduction to illustrated magazines and photojournalism
India - India: Bombay {Mumbai]
India - Willoughby Wallace Hooper: Indian famine (1876-1878)
Japan - War: Atomic explosions: Hiroshima
Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - What would Phileas Fogg and Passepartout have seen in 1872?
Landscape photography and natural catastrophes - Natural catastrophes
Lantern slides - Magic lantern slides
Legs - Parts of the body: Legs
Leisure - Leisure: Fairgrounds, sideshows, carnivals and circuses
Literature - Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - What would Phileas Fogg and Passepartout have seen in 1872?
Magic lanterns - Magic lantern slides
Medical - A. Hardy and A. de Montméja: Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
Medical - Conjoined twins
Medical - Contemporary medical imaging
Medical - Early medical operations and surgery
Medical - Introduction to medical photography
Medical - Major General Henry Barnum
Medical - Photographic Review of Medicine and Surgery (1870-?)
Medical - Private George Lemon
Medical - Sideshow performers, living museums and circus acts
Medical - William H. Bell: Medical injuries during the American Civil War
Military - Introduction to military portraits
Military - Major General Henry Barnum
Military - Private George Lemon
Nature - Contemporary examples of nature photography
Non-canonical photography - Photobooth portraits
Nuclear - War: Atomic explosions: Hiroshima
Photobooths - Photobooth portraits
Photobooths - Photobooth strips
Photomicroscopy - Photomicroscopy and the quest for the ever smaller image
Portrait - Photobooth portraits
Scientific - Contemporary scientific imagery
Scientific - Daguerreotypes: Scientific
Second World War (1939-1945) - War: Atomic explosions: Hiroshima
Self-portraits - Photobooth portraits
Skeletons - Parts of the body: Skulls
Skulls - Parts of the body: Skulls
Social outsiders - Sideshow performers, living museums and circus acts
Tipped-in photographs and magazines and journals illustrated with photographs - Photographic Review of Medicine and Surgery (1870-?)
Travel - Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - What would Phileas Fogg and Passepartout have seen in 1872?
Trends - The rise of digital photography
Twins - Conjoined twins
Vernacular - Introduction to vernacular photography
Vernacular - Photobooth portraits
Vernacular - Photobooth strips
X-rays - Introduction to X-rays


 
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