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Unidentified photographer, Seated woman with spirit of man behind her, 1880 (ca), Albumen print, George Eastman Museum, Purchase, 1968.0325.0003, LL/74790
Spirit photography and paranormal manifestations
882.01   Spirit photography
882.02   Sensitivity to photographs
882.03   Dreams and visions
Notorious examples
882.04   William H. Mumler: Spirit photography
882.05   P.T. Barnum: Spiritual Photography (1866)
882.06   Abraham Lincoln as a returning spirit
882.07   William Hope: Spirit photography and sťances
882.08   Richard Boursnell & J. Evans Sterling (London Spiritualists): Spirit photographs
882.09   Miss Houghton: Chronicles of the Photographs of Spiritual Beings and Phenomena Invisible to the Material Eye (1882)
882.10   Cottingley Fairies
882.11   Dr. Enrico Imoda: Fotografie di Fantasmi (1912)
882.12   Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Spiritualism
882.13   Thomas Glendenning Hamilton's Psychic Room in Winnipeg, Canada (1920-1922)
Scientific experiments
882.14   Ranger & Austen: Clairvoyant Medical Examinations - Buffum & Cleveland
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