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ThumbnailA.J. Russell 
The last rail; or, Joining the U.P.and C.P.R.R.'s. 
[Geo. W. Williams & Co.'s Carolina fertilizer, with twenty photographic views from the line of the Union Pacific Railroad] 
1869 (?, album) 
Album page, with tipped in albumen print 
24 x 27 cm (album) 
Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 
Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Call number: WA Photos 106, Image ID Number: 1073542 
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
American Photograph Company - William Titus & Bother Henri in Horse-Drawn Buggy, Central Park, New York City 
1875 (ca) 
Tintype, 1/2 plate 
4 x 5.75 in (102 x 146 mm) 
Charles Schwartz Ltd 
Courtesy of Charles Schwartz Ltd ( - #7025) 
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Cobh and Spike Island, Cork 
Glass negative 
9 x 18 cm 
National Library of Ireland 
Call number: STPA303 
ThumbnailJ. Kuhn 
La Cathédrale St-Paul de Londres, Angleterre 
1890 (ca) 
Albumen print 
18,5 x 27 cm 
Photo Verdeau 
ThumbnailAlfred Brothers 
Bank of England 
Photographic print 
13.5 x 15.7 cm 
British Library 
Shelfmark: 10352.I.2, Item number: 30 

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