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Edward Anthony, Bottle showing the Anthony name and the address 501 Broadway, N.Y. used in the collodion process, Bottle, National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880, LL/9709
 
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Light-sensitive chemicals
821.01   Introduction to light-sensitive materials
821.02   An Account of a method of copying Paintings upon glass, and of making Profiles, by the agency of Light upon Nitrate of Silver. Invented by T. WEDGWOOD, ESQ. With Observations by H. DAVY. (1802)
Collodion
821.03   Collodion
Adverts for photographic chemicals
821.04   Advertising for chemicals
Manufacturing
821.05   The manufacture of albumen paper
Wet-plate necessities
821.06   William Henry Jackson: Equipment required for wet-plate photography (1869)
Poisonings with photographic chemicals
821.07   Poisonings due to availability of photographic chemicals
 
  
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