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Elias Goldensky 
Frederic E. Ives 1915 
1915 (taken) 1928 (halftone published) 
Cornell University Library 
Photograph by Elias Goldensky, halftone by Gatchel & Manning. Published in Frederic E. Ives, The Autobiography of an Amateur Inventor (Philadelphia: Privately Printed, 1928)
Curational comment from "Dawn's Early Light: The First 50 Years of American Photography", October 20, 2011 - May 4, 2012, Hirshland Exhibition Gallery in Carl A. Kroch Library, Cornell University
Frederic Eugene Ives (1856-1937), whose image is reproduced here using the halftone process, introduced the first commercially viable halftone method. He ran the photographic laboratory at Cornell University (1874-1878) where he conducted research that revolutionized the newspaper industry. Ives was also a pioneer of early color photographic processes and anaglyph three-dimensional photography and film. 

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