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Frank Haes, No. 47, The Yak, [Photographed from Life by Frank Haes; And Published under the auspices of the Council of the Zoological Society of London], 1865 (ca), Stereocard, detail, Private collection of Fr. Gregor, LL/50932
308.01   Introduction to fauna and the animal kingdom
308.02   Trophies and hung game
308.03   Animals in the wild
308.04   The genius of animal photography
308.05   Different ways of seeing animals
308.06   Henry Fox Talbot: Animal photographs
308.07   John Dillwyn LLewelyn and his stuffed animals
308.08   Comte de Montizon: London Zoo
308.09   Frank Haes: Stereocard details of London Zoo (ca. 1865)
308.10   Eadweard Muybridge: Animals in motion
308.11   Advert for J.D.B. Stillman "The Horse In Motion, As Shown By Instantaneous Photography," (London: Trubner and Co., 1882)
308.12   Book review of J.D.B. Stillman "The Horse In Motion, As Shown By Instantaneous Photography," (London: Trubner and Co., 1882)
308.13   Ottomar Anschütz: Animal studies
308.14   Daguerreotypes: Nature
308.15   Carte de visites: Nature
308.16   Cabinet cards: Animals
308.17   Smithsonian National Zoo - Contemporary photography
Changing perspectives
308.18   Diverse perspectives on animals
308.19   Animals conclusions
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