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991.01   The Collodion Process
Introduction
991.02   The wet plate collodion process
991.03   Wet-plate photography
991.04   Panotypes / Pannotypes
Original publication
991.05   Frederick Scott Archer: On The Use of Collodion in Photography (March 1851)
Supplies
991.06   Collodion
991.07   William Henry Jackson: Equipment required for wet-plate photography (1869)
Photographers at work
991.08   Carleton E. Watkins (uncertain): #925 Spring Valley Water Works
991.09   William Henry Jackson: Photographing in High Places
991.10   Wet-plate photographers at work
991.11   Mr James Mudd encounters a photographic van in Wales (1860)
Dark tents and dark boxes
991.12   Dark tents and dark boxes
991.13   Photographs of dark tents, dark boxes and photographers in the field
991.14   Contemporary accounts of nineteenth century dark tents
 
  
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