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LL/41537
ThumbnailLevi L. Hill 
Landscape with Farmhouse 
1851 
Hillotype 
National Museum of American History 
Courtesy of the Photographic History Collection, National Museum of American History, Washington, DC. 
  

  
LL/41521
ThumbnailLevi L. Hill 
Reverend Levi L. Hill, Baptist minister and early daguerreotypist, West Kill, New York and New York City, b. 1816-d. February 9, 1865. 
n.d. 
Albumen print 
National Museum of American History 
Accession no: [requested] 
  

  
LL/41539
ThumbnailJames Clerk Maxwell 
Tartan Ribbon 
1861 
 
Science Museum 
Reproduced by permission of the Trustees of the Science Museum, South Kensington, London. 
  

  
LL/7916
ThumbnailGabriel Lippmann 
Autoportrait 
n.d. 
Color glass plate (Lippmann process) 
Musée de l'Elysée 
© Gabriel Lippmann 
  

  
LL/35661
ThumbnailLouis Ducos du Hauron 
Still life with rooster 
1869-1879 (ca) 
Clarification on print type requested 
16.4 x 19.8 cm 
George Eastman House 
Record Id: 1982:1568:0001FP 
  

  
LL/38163
ThumbnailLouis Ducos du Hauron 
Agen, France 
1877 
Heliochrome (bichromate process) 
16.5 x 22.6 cm (Image) 19,6 x 25,7 cm (mount) 
George Eastman House 
Courtesy of George Eastman House, 1981:0285:0001 
  

  
LL/41541
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer (Irish) 
Stuffed Birds 
1895 (ca) 
Joly Color 
George Eastman House 
Courtesy of George Eastman House, Rochester, NY. 
  

  
LL/8932
ThumbnailLéon Gimpel 
King Frederic VIII and Queen Louise of Denmark, Paris [the first news pictures in color] 
1907, 17 June 
Autochrome 
L'Illustration 
© L‘Illustration 
  

  
LL/8100
ThumbnailJean-Baptiste Tournassoud 
Portrait of Geo with shawl [Georgette Tournassoud, aka "Geo", wife of Jean-Baptiste Tournassoud] 
[P01] 
1910 (ca) 
Fresson carbon print from an Autochrome Lumière 
13 x 18 cm 
Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon 
© BibliothÞque Municipale de Lyon - France / info@tournassoud.org 
  
10 
  
LL/8890
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
0. trichromatic stereo plate. Experimental plate using the process of MM Auguste and Louis Lumière, prior to the Autochrome 
1900 (ca) 
Trichromatic stereo plate 
9.5 x 18 cm 
Private collection - Darmet 
© Collection Darmet 
  
11 
  
LL/9160
ThumbnailHugh Tifft 
Popular color auto-screens of the early 20th century - from the earliest 1907 Autochorme screen to the later screens of the Finlay and Paget plates. 
n.d. 
Photomicrographs 
Private collection of Hugh Tifft 
© Private collection High Tifft 
  
12 
  
LL/8865
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Microphotography of the Autochrome trichromatic selection mosaic, made of dyed potato starch grains (7000 grains / mm2) 
n.d. 
Photomicrograph 
Institut Lumière (The Lumiere Institute) 
© Institut LumiÞre 
  
13 
  
LL/9484
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Autochrome detail showing the starch grains dyed in orange, green and violet 
n.d. 
Autochrome 
Institut Lumière (The Lumiere Institute) 
© Institut LumiÞre 
  
14 
  
LL/8930
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
The Autochrome or color photography, an explanation for the readers of the Illustration, June 15, 1907. Supplement of the Illustration issue of June 15, 1907 
1907, 15 June 
Autochrome 
L'Illustration 
© L‘Illustration 
  
15 
  
LL/41540
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
These photomicrographs of the (a) Joly Color, magnified 20Î, (b) Autochrome, magnified 50Î, and (c) Finlay Colour, magnified 50Î, allow a direct visual comparison of how each of these additive screen processes constructed a color image. 
n.d. 
 
George Eastman House 
Courtesy of George Eastman House, Rochester, NY. 
  
16 
  
LL/41546
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer (British) 
[Youth Group by Ocean] 
1913 (ca) 
Thames plate 
4 x 5 ins 
Private collection of Mark Jacobs 
Courtesy of Mark Jacobs Collection. 
  
17 
  
LL/41548
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer (British) 
USSR Pavilion, Paris 
1938 
Dufaycolor 
3 1/2 x 2 3/8 ins 
Private collection of Mark Jacobs 
Courtesy of Mark Jacobs Collection. 
  
18 
  
LL/1624
ThumbnailSergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii 
Emir of Bukhara. Bukhara [Émir Bukharskii. Bukhara] 
1905-1915 
Digital Color composite from digital file from glass neg 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Prokudin-Gorskii Collection [LC-DIG-prokc-21887] 
  
19 
  
LL/41550
ThumbnailWilliam Saville Kent 
Butterfly and Flowers 
1898 
Ives Kromogram 
Private collection of Mark Jacobs 
Courtesy of Mark Jacobs Collection. 
  
20 
  
LL/41551
ThumbnailE. Sanger Shepherd 
Feather 
1902 (ca) 
Sanger Shepherd process 
3 1/4 x 3 1/4 ins 
Private collection of Mark Jacobs 
Courtesy of Mark Jacobs Collection. 
  
21 
  
LL/41553
ThumbnailJohn Vachon 
Negro Boy Near Cincinnati, Ohio 
1942 (ca) 
Kodachrome 
1 x 2 ins 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Courtesy of Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, DC. 
  
 
  
 
  
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