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Francis Galton (British, 1822–1911), Frontispiece of Inquiries into Human Faculty and its Development, 1883, Albumen print, from glass negative, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Joyce F. Menschel Photography Library Fund, 2002, transferred from the Joyce F. Menschel Photography Library, Accession Number: 2013.620, LL/54315
 
Composite and combination prints
Contents
Introduction
368.01   Composite and combination prints: Defined
368.02   Combination Printing (1870)
368.03   C.W. Applegreen creates a composite photograph
368.04   Making a composite portrait of a typical criminal (1879)
368.05   Composite and combination prints: Portraits
Examples
368.06   Gustave Le Gray: Combination prints
368.07   George N. Barnard: Rebel Works in front of Atlanta
368.08   George N. Barnard: Destruction of Hood’s Ordnance Train
368.09   Camille Silvy: River Scene (1858)
368.10   Oscar Gustave Rejlander: Two Ways of Life
Contemporary criticism
368.11   Contemporary criticism of Mr. Rejlander and Mr. Robinson (1859)
 
  
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