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William D. Jackson Sr. (Waco, Texas), Trade card for "W. D. Jackson - The Old Reliable Photographer", 1880-1900, Trade card, back, Private collection of Lawrence T. Jones III, LL/60621
1008.01   Introduction to poetry related to photography
Poems related to photography
1008.02   Photographic Phenomena, or the new school of portrait painting (1842)
1008.03   Lillian E. Curtis: The Lost Photograph (1874)
1008.04   To My Sweetheart's Kodak (1890)
1008.05   Ernest Knoll: Homer with a Camera
1008.06   Thomas Hardy: The Photograph
1008.07   Shirley Toulson: A Photograph
1008.08   Philip Larkin: Lines On A Young Lady's Photograph Album
1008.09   George Oppen: From a Photograph (1962)
1008.10   Margaret Atwood: This is a Photograph of Me
1008.11   Wislawa Szymborska: Photograph from September 11
Poems as a marketing tool
1008.12   Marketing: Root's Daguerrean Gallery (1853)
1008.13   Stiles P. Armsbury (Adams, Jefferson County, N.Y.): Pro Bono Publico (10 June 1858)
1008.14   Introduction to the carte de visite album
1008.15   C. G. Blatt's Photographic Emporium, Bernville, PA (1870s)
1008.16   William D. Jackson, Sr.: Trade card from Waco, Texas (1880-1900)
1008.17   Adelaide Hanscom Leeson: Sonnets from the Portuguese (ca. 1916)
1008.18   Martin Chambi: Peru - Macchu Picchu
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