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Paul-Émile Miot, Mouth of the River Arsissi [Great Islets, Newfoundland], 1857-1859, Albumen print, Library and Archives Canada, Reproduction no: PA-194631, LL/50196
Rivers and streams
53.01   Landscape: Rivers and streams
53.02   Camille Silvy: River Scene (1858)
53.03   Victor Albert Prout: The Thames from London to Oxford in Forty Photographs (1862)
53.04   Emile de La Bédollière & Ildefonse Rousset: Le tour de Marne / décrit et photographie´ par Émile de la Bédollière et Ildefonse Rousset (1865)
53.05   Roger Fenton: Great Britain: Rivers and streams
53.06   Francis Frith: Illustrations for Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Hyperion (1865)
53.07   John Thomson: Views on the North River (1870)
53.08   John Thomson: Foochow and the River Min (1870-1871)
53.09   Emile Ninaud: Amur River region between Russia and China (1870s)
53.10   Henry W. Taunt: The River Thames (1872)
53.11   Carleton E. Watkins: Columbia River
53.12   William H. Bell: Colorado River
53.13   Henry P. Bosse: Views on the Mississippi River
53.14   Paris: The Seine
53.15   England: The Thames
53.16   Italy: Rome: The Tiber
53.17   Egypt: The Nile
53.18   Contemporary perspectives on rivers and streams
53.19   Susan Derges: The River Taw
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