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Martínez Sánchez: Public works in Spain (1860s) 
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Martínez Sánchez (1807-1874) was a photographer active in Spain during the 1860s when he took, with Juan Laurent, a series of albumen prints documenting public works including lighthouses, railway lines, factories, bridges and ports. This series was made at the request of Queen Isabel II to highlight the progress of Spanish infrastructure at the "Exposición Universal de París" (1867) 
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