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9.01   Introduction to the portrait
9.02   Early examples of portraiture
9.03   Early stylistic choices with portraiture
Having a portrait taken
9.04   "Portrait factory" on Broadway, New York
9.05   Visit to Plumbe's Gallery, New York (1846)
9.06   Daguerreotypes: Occupations and roles
9.07   Interesting group posed for a Daguerreotype by a friend of the family / Interesting and valuable result (1855)
9.08   Letter from W.L. Marcy, Secretary of War, to Major General Z. Taylor, Commanding Army of Occupation, Monterey, Mexico (5 October 1846)
Guidelines for sitters
9.09   Guidelines for sitters - Southworth & Hawes (1852)
9.10   Guidelines for sitters - Jesse Gostick (1860)
9.11   Guidelines for sitters on carte de visites
9.12   Guidelines for sitters - American Journal of Photography (1890)
Daguerreotype portraits
9.13   W. & F. Langenheim: Daguerreotype portraits
9.14   Robert Cornelius: Daguerreotype portraits
9.15   Jeremiah Gurney: Daguerreotype portraits
9.16   Samuel Broadbent: Daguerreotype portraits
9.17   Southworth and Hawes: Daguerreotype portraits
9.18   Rufus P. Anson: Daguerreotype portraits
9.19   J.E. Mayall: Daguerreotype portraits
9.20   Antoine Claudet: Daguerreotype portraits
9.21   William Edward Kilburn: Daguerreotype portraits
9.22   Richard Beard: Daguerreotype portraits
9.23   Louis-Adolphe Humbert de Molard: Daguerreotype portraits
9.24   J.T. Zealy: African American slaves
9.25   Lorenzo G. Chase: Anthropological studies
Ambrotype portraits
9.26   Ambrotypes: Portrait
9.27   Japanese ambrotypes
Salt print portraits
9.28   Salt prints: Portraits
9.29   Hill & Adamson: Portraits
Studio portraits
9.30   Nadar: Portraits
9.31   Studio portraits in North Africa and the Middle East
The "Artistic" portrait
9.32   The "artistic" portrait
9.33   Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879): Portraits
9.34   Lady Clementina Hawarden: Photographic studies
The "helping hand" and the "hidden mother"
9.35   The "helping hand" and the "hidden mother"
Front and back views
9.36   Front and back view portraits
Carte de visite portraits
9.37   André Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri: Uncut carte de visite sheets
9.38   Carte de visites: Celebrities
9.39   Giuseppe Garibaldi
Cabinet card portraits
9.40   Cabinet cards: Celebrities
Tintype portraits
9.41   Tintypes: Portraits
9.42   Tin Type Album: Little gem tintypes
Galleries of the famous
9.43   Thompson Cooper, Lock & Whitfield: Men of Mark (1876-1883)
9.44   Galerie Contemporaine, Litteraire, Artistique
9.45   Paris-Theatre / Paris-Portrait
9.46   Nadar: Galerie Contemporaine, Littéraire, Artistique
9.47   Herbert Rose Barraud: Portraits
9.48   Pictorialism and the innocence of children
9.49   Pictorialism and the portrait
9.50   Clarence H. White: Portraits
Modernism and the portrait
9.51   The move from Pictorialism to Modernism in portraiture
9.52   August Sander (1876-1964)
9.53   Helmar Lerski: Portraits
9.54   Erwin Blumenfeld: The concealed portrait
The portraiture of celebrity
9.55   Yousuf Karsh: Portraits
Vernacular portraits
9.56   Photobooth portraits
9.57   Mike Disfarmer: Heber Springs portraits
9.58   Joseph Selle's Fox Movie Flash: Mid-Century Street Vendor Photography
Bust portraits
9.59   Bust portraits
Humanistic portraiture
9.60   The Family of Man Exhibition (1955)
9.61   Gabriele and Helmut Nothhelfer: The first exhibition "Bali-Kino" Berlin (October 1974)
9.62   Gabriele and Helmut Nothhelfer: What‘s our Concern with Strangers?
Diversity in portraiture
9.63   Photographers who photograph representations of people
9.64   Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Street hustlers
9.65   The contemporary portrait
9.66   Keeping abreast of changes in portraiture
9.67   The defacing and destruction of portraits
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