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John Herschel, Bonneville near Geneva on the Road to Chamonix, 1821, 13 August, Graphite drawing made with the aid of a camera lucida, J. Paul Getty Museum, Object number: 91.GG.98.59, Gift of the Graham and Susan Nash Collection, LL/50498
 
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695.01   Improving content on photographic techniques
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695.02   Camera lucida: Design and use
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695.03   The camera lucida
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695.04   Captain Basil Hall: Forty Etchings From Sketches Made With The Camera Lucida, in North America, in 1827 and 1828 (1829)
695.05   Henry Fox Talbot: Camera lucida drawings (1833)
695.06   Henry Fox Talbot on using the Camera Lucida at Lake Como (1833)
695.07   John Herschel: Camera lucida drawings
 
  
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