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Unknown artist, The albumen is then fermented in large casks for several days., [Manufacture of albumen paper in Dresden], 1900, Book illustration, Private collection of James Reilly, With thanks to James M. Reilly for permission to use this image and to Elizabeth Chiang (George Eastman House) for locating the source., LL/42675
Manufacture of photography-related items
850.01   Introduction to the manufacture of photography-related items
850.02   Scovill Mfg. Co.
Albumen paper
850.03   The manufacture of albumen paper
Card stock
850.04   Introduction to card stock
Manufacture of stereoscopes and stereocards
850.05   Interior of Stereographic workshops
850.06   H.C. White Manfacturing Plant for Stereoscopes and StereoViews - North Bennington, Vermont, USA
850.07   H.C. White: The manufacture of stereoscopes and views
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