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LL/43546
ThumbnailMaison Susse Frère (manufacturer) 
Susse Frére Daguerreotype camera 
1839 
Digital image 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia 

  
LL/6633
ThumbnailSamuel F.B. Morse 
Morse Daguerreotype Camera 
n.d. 
 
National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution 
© 2005 National Museum of American History (Object ID: PG*000004) 
  

  
LL/34739
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
The Daguerreotype camera 
1849 
Book illustration 
Google Books 

  
LL/34653
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
The apparatus for the Daguerreotype 
1853 
Book illustration 
Google Books 

  
LL/32249
ThumbnailThomas Smillie 
Samuel F. B. Morse's Daguerreotype Equipment 
1888 
Cyanotype 
8.1 x 9.9 in 
Smithsonian Institution Archives 
Thomas Smillie Collection (Record Unit 95), (Image ID: RU95_Box77_10625) 
  

  
LL/36731
ThumbnailJohn Thomson 
One of the chests which the photographer John Thomson (1837-1921) used to carry his glass negatives. Wood and metal, 1800's. 
1800s (chest) 
Colour image 
33 x 38 x 44 cm (box and lid) 
Wellcome Collection 
Wellcome Library, London (L0051607, Iconographic Collection 644261i) 
  

  
LL/9842
ThumbnailAdvertisement for L.H. Griffin's Ambrotype and Photograph Rooms, 268 Washington St. Boston. 
n.d. 
Advert 
National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880 

  
LL/47566
ThumbnailHermann Krone 
Self-portrait by Hermann Krone (1827-1916) 
1858 
Photographic print 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia 
http://images.zeno.org/Fotografien/I/big/PHO02756.jpg (Zenodot Verlagsgesellschaft mbH) 
  

  
LL/49010
ThumbnailHermann Krone 
Hermann Krone with his photography equipment 
1858 (taken, later print) 
Photograph 
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius) 
10 
  
LL/9823
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
An anonymous early photographer 
n.d. 
Carte de visite 
National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880 
11 
  
LL/45602
ThumbnailNevil Story-Maskelyne 
The camera of Nevil Story-Maskelyne 
1852 (ca) 
Salt print 
8 x 10 cm (ca) 
Private collection of Steffen Wolff 
12 
  
LL/48300
ThumbnailGeorge R. Lawrence 
A camera designed by George R. Lawrence (1868-1938) and used to photograph a train of the Chicago & Alton railroad on the Chicago-St. Louis line for the 1900 Paris Exhibition 
1900 (ca) 
Gelatin silver print 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia 
13 
  
LL/32225
ThumbnailPaul Martin 
Camera Comparison 
1940 (ca) 
Gelatin silver print 
LIFE 
Paul Martin/Getty Images, 3315695 
  
14 
  
LL/44771
ThumbnailHenry Clay Price (author) 
[Woman taking a photograph] 
1882 
Book illustration 
Cornell University Library 
15 
  
LL/29703
ThumbnailJohn Benjamin Stone 
The Camera Fiend, Searchlight of Greater Birmingham,1909 
1909 
 
Birmingham Central Library 
Copyright: Birmingham Library and Archive Services 
  
16 
  
LL/37110
ThumbnailFrancis Benjamin Johnston 
Interior of Frances Benjamin Johnston's studio at 1332 V St. NW, Washington, D.C., showing a large camera and props arranged for a portrait 
1900 (ca) 
Cyanotype 
Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division 
Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsc-04831 (digital file from original) LC-USZ62-83155 (b&w film copy neg.) 
  
17 
  
LL/44077
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Bob Dorman 
1923 
Gelatin silver print? 
Collection Jim Linderman - Dull Tool Dim Bulb 
18 
  
LL/13876
ThumbnailKeystone View Company 
#8288 Looking north up Fifth Ave., past Flatiron Bldg and Madison Sq., New York 
n.d. 
Stereoview, detail 
Jefferson Stereoptics 
Courtesy of John Saddy (Auction, Tues. August 29th & Thurs. August 31st, 2006, # 06-3, Lot 752) 
  
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LL/15239
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Kodak No 1 camera 
n.d. 
 
Location and source information requested 
20 
  
LL/13117
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Kodak, Beau Brownie no. 2 in blue 
1930 
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#16/4) 
  

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