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99.01 Africa > Improving content on countries
|We are seeking to extend the information and examples we can share on this country.
These points are indicative of topics that could be included on this page and if you have expertise you would like to share now is the time to get in touch.
- Earliest photographs
- Key photographers and their studios
- Major documentary photographic series
- Significant historical events
- Books, magazines and journals - including their covers
- Photographic societies and associations - including outings and meetings
If you are able to assist in any way it is appreciated.
Readings on, or by, individual photographers
Foadey, G.E.; Pivin, J.-L. & Medoune Seye, B., 1994, Mama Casset et les précurseurs de la photographie au Sénégal, (Editions Revue Noire) isbn-10: 2909571076 isbn-13: 978-2909571072 [French] [Δ]
Saint Leon, Pascal Martin & Pivin, Jean Loup, 2011, Mama Casset: The Studio African Photo in Dakar's Medina, (Revue Noire) isbn-13: 978-2841052783 [French and English] [Δ]
Chomette, Michèle & Richard, Pierre-Marc, 1995, Paul-Émile Miot (1827-1900), un marin photographe 1857-1870, (Paris: Éditions Galerie Michèle Chomette) [A series of four booklets with the following titles: I. Terre-Neuve 1857-1859; II. Amérique du Sud 1868-1870; III. Océanie 1869-1870 et Sénégal 1871; IV. La croisade de l'Astrée 1868-1871 avec Félix Auguste Leclerc 1838-1899] [Δ]
White, David O., 1974, January, ‘Augustus Washington, Black Dagguerreotypist of Hartford‘, The Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 14-19 [Δ]
If you feel this list is missing a significant book or article please let me know - Alan - email@example.com
Mama Casset (1908-1992) • Saidou Dicko (1979-) • Paul-Émile Miot (1827-1900) • Augustus Washington (check)
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