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Donné & Foucault, Fig.40 - thin disc of cow's milk. The 120th of an inch in diameter, magnified 400 times in its linear and 160000 times in its superficial dimensions., 1855, Book page, Google Books, LL/35181
Introduction to photomicroscopy
381.01   Introduction to photomicroscopy
381.02   Henry Fox Talbot: Photomicrographs
381.03   John William Draper: Photomicrographs
381.04   Adolphe Bertsch: Photomicrographs
381.05   Arthur E. Durham: Photomicrographs
381.06   Adolphe Neyt: Photomicrographs
381.07   Joseph Janvier Woodward: Photomicrographs
381.08   Otto Müller: Photomicrographs of plants
381.09   Arthur Wells Bawtree: Stereo photomicrographs (ca. 1870s-1880s)
381.10   René Patrice Proudhon Dagron: Photomicrographs, carrier-pigeons and the beseiged city of Paris during the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871)
381.11   Dr. Charles Forbes (1844-1917): Photomicrographs (ca. 1879)
381.12   Frederick H. Evans: Photomicrographs
381.13   Arthur E. Smith: Photomicrographs for Richard Kerr, "Nature Through Microscope and Camera" (1909)
381.14   Wilson A. Bentley: Photomicrographs of snowflakes
381.15   Richard Neuhauss: Photomicrographs of snowflakes
381.16   Laure Albin-Guillot (1879-1962): Micrographie Décorative
381.17   Alfred Ehrhardt: Photomicroscopy
381.18   Carl Strüwe: Photomicrographs
Subjects for photomicroscopy
381.19   Photomicrographs of insects
381.20   Rose-Lynn Fisher: Bee
381.21   Photomicrographs of botany
Copying paintings and documents
381.22   Henry Hering - Alfred Reeves: Photograph. The Kings and Queens of England
381.23   W. & F. Langenheim: The Lord's Prayer
381.24   Photomicroscopy and the quest for the ever smaller image
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