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Hill & Adamson, James Dymock, 1843-1847, Salted paper print, from paper negative, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1937, Accession Number: 37.98.2.81, LL/73909
 
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Fading and the permanence of photographs
421.01   Photographic Society of London: Fading Committee (1855)
421.02   Permanence of cyanotypes
421.03   Punch (1847) on fading photographs and fading love
 
  
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