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Francis Frith, Principal Source of the Jordan, Flowing From a Cave Near Banias, Near the Site of the Northern City of Dan, the Frontier Town of Israel, 1857 (ca), Albumen silver print, from glass negative, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1973, Accession Number: 1973.597.7, LL/78151
 
Rivers and streams
Contents
Introduction
53.01   Landscape: Rivers and streams
Photographers
53.02   Camille Silvy: River Scene (1858)
53.03   Victor Albert Prout: The Thames from London to Oxford in Forty Photographs (1862)
53.04   Henry W. Taunt: The River Thames (1872)
53.05   Carleton E. Watkins: Columbia River
53.06   William H. Bell: Colorado River
53.07   Henry P. Bosse: Views on the Mississippi River
Rivers
53.08   Paris: The Seine
53.09   England: The Thames
53.10   Italy: Rome: The Tiber
53.11   Egypt: The Nile
Contemporary
53.12   Contemporary perspectives on rivers and streams
53.13   Susan Derges: The River Taw
 
  
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