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Louis Boutan, Fig. 32 A magnesium lamp for underwater photography, 1900, Book illustration, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie, LL/63394
Magnesium light
628.01   Equipment for magnesium light
628.02   Magnesium light in use
Early accounts
628.03   Using magnesium light for photographic purposes (1864)
628.04   Magnesium and the Magnesium Light (1868)
628.05   Photographs taken with magnesium light
628.06   Charles Waldack, Proctor & O'Shaughnessy: Mammoth Cave, Kentucky (1866)
628.07   Mandeville Thum: Mammoth Cave, Kentucky (ca 1876-1877)
628.08   Ben Hains: Views of Mammoth Cave and vicinity (1889)
628.09   J.C. Burrow: Mongst Mines and Miners; or Underground scenes by flash-light (1893)
Charles Piazzi Smyth: The Great Pyramid and the use of magnesium light (1865)
628.10   Charles Piazzi Smyth: Use of magnesium light at the Great Pyramid (1865)
628.11   Charles Piazzi Smyth: Photography, Magnesium, and the Pyramid (1865)
628.12   Charles Piazzi Smyth: As soon as it was discovered that photography was possible by magnesium... (1865)
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