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Frederick Langenheim, Panorama of Niagara Falls, 1845, July, Daguerreotype, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gilman Collection, Gift of The Howard Gilman Foundation, 2005, Accession Number: 2005.100.495, LL/64402
 
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10028.01   Improving content on photographic techniques
Introduction
10028.02   Introduction to panoramas
Different photographic formats
10028.03   Daguerreotypes: Panoramas
10028.04   Salt prints: Panoramas
10028.05   Albumen prints: Panoramas
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10028.06   Fontayne & Porter: The Cincinnati Panorama
10028.07   George N. Barnard: Panoramas
10028.08   George R. Lawrence: Panoramas taken in the US from kites and captive balloons
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10028.09   Panorama of Moscow (before 1868)
 
  
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