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771.01   Photographs of the exteriors of nineteenth century photographic shops and studios
771.02   Illustrations of the exteriors of nineteenth century photographic shops and studios
771.03   Photographs of exteriors of twentieth century photographic shops and studios
Studios using different processes
771.04   Ambrotypes: Photographic studios
Printing and enlarging frames
771.05   Printing and enlarging frames
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771.06   The Daguerreotype studios of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
771.07   Nicolaas Henneman: The Reading Establishment - Talbot House
771.08   William Notman: Use of the painted exterior wall of his Montreal Studio as a background
771.09   Ordnance Survey Building, Southampton
 
  
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