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1849Europe • Great Britain 
Maull & Polyblank
Scottish Physicist, Sir David Brewster (1781-1868), inventor of the refracting stereoscope and the Kaleidoscope. He is also credited with inventing the first twin lens stereoscopic camera. 
Sir David Brewster develops the lenticular stereoscope.
1850Europe • Great Britain 
Richard Beard
The Oyster Stall 
Henry Mayhew publishes London Labor and London Poor with wood engravings based on Daguerreotypes that were taken under the supervision of Richard Beard (1802-1885).
1850Europe • FranceLouis-Désiré Blanquart-Evrard perfects a process for making positive prints coated with albumen. This is one of the most popular types of photographic prints through the nineteenth century.
1850North America • USA 
Unidentified photographer/creator
The first issue of The Daguerreian Journal: devoted to the Daguerreian and Photogenic Arts is published in New York. It is the world's first photographic journal. (November 1850)
1850Europe • FranceLouis Jules Duboscq in Paris manufactures the first functioning stereoscopic viewer.
1850North America • USAMathew Brady publishes his collection A Gallery of Illustrious Americans.

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