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Mrs. Dexter, Label for "Mrs. Dexter's Likeness Rooms, 2 Regent St., Nearly opposite the Old Tower, Lynn", 1860 (ca), Ambrotype, 1/4 plate, label behind, Stereographica - Antique Photographica, Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#13 / 29), LL/11246
 
Women photographers
Contents
Introduction
18.01   Introduction to women photographers
Early evidence for woman photographers
18.02   Who was the earliest professional woman photographer?
18.03   Female daguerreotypists
18.04   Female ambrotypists
18.05   Carte de visites: Women photographers
18.06   Cabinet cards: Backs: Women photographers
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18.07   Bertha Wehnert-Beckmann: Portraits
18.08   Lady Mary Georgiana Filmer: Decorated album pages
18.09   Lady Clementina Hawarden: Photographic studies
18.10   Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879)
18.11   Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879): Portraits
18.12   Julia Margaret Cameron: Alfred Lord Tennyson "The Dirty Monk" (1865)
18.13   Julia Margaret Cameron: Ceylon
18.14   Alexandrine Tinne (1835-1869)
18.15   Lotten von Düben: Anthropological studies of Lapland (1868)
18.16   Alice Austen: Street Types of New York (1896)
18.17   Francis Benjamin Johnston: Hampton Album (1899-1900)
18.18   Emma Barton: Portraits
18.19   Anne Brigman: Pictorialist nudes
18.20   Olive Edis: British women's services at the battlefields of France and Flanders (1918-1919)
18.21   Laura Gilpin: New Mexico and Arizona
18.22   Gertrude Käsebier: Platinum prints
18.23   Gertrude Käsebier: Native Americans
18.24   Doris Ulmann: Roll, Jordan, Roll (1933)
18.25   Doris Ulmann: Portraits
18.26   Berenice Abbott: Changing New York
18.27   Berenice Abbott: Science
18.28   Dorothea Lange: White Angel Breadline, San Francisco
18.29   Dorothea Lange: The Migrant Mother
18.30   Diane Arbus: Book covers
18.31   Lotte Jacobi: Photogenics
18.32   Leni Riefenstahl: The creation of the myths of National Socialism
18.33   Shadi Ghadirian: Women
18.34   Shirin Neshat: Women of Allah
18.35   Cindy Sherman: Untitled Film Stills
18.36   Nan Goldin: The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (1986)
18.37   Donna Ferrato: Living with the Enemy
18.38   Lauren Greenfield: Girl Culture
18.39   Michelle Sank: Teenagers
Women photographers using Autochromes
18.40   Autochromes: Women photographers
 
  
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