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LL/9892
ThumbnailChase's Daguerreotype Rooms (Boston) 
Chase's Dauerreotype Rooms, 257 Washington Street, Boston 
n.d. 
 
National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880 

  
LL/9852
ThumbnailC.C. Schoonmaker (Albany) 
Business card for C.C. Schoonmaker - "Daguerreotypes by Steam for the Million" 
n.d. 
Business card 
National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880 

  
LL/53724
ThumbnailTheodor Hosemann (1807-1875) 
The photographer deprives the artist of his livelihood 
1843 
Caricature 
Location and source information requested 

  
LL/34697
ThumbnailCuthbert Bede 
To secure a pleasing Portrait is everything 
1853 (publication) 1973 (facsimile) 
Book illustration 
Private collection of Alan Griffiths 

  
LL/34682
ThumbnailHonoré Daumier 
Position réputée la plus commode pour avoir un joli portrait au Daguerréotype. [Recommended position for having a perfect Daguerreotype portrait taken.] 
1847, 24 July 
Lithograph 
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie 
BnF, Estampes et Photographie, Rés. Dc-180c (2)-Bo¯te fol. 
  

  
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/9864
ThumbnailA.H. Beck (Mokelumne Hill) 
Business card for A.H. Beck, Ambrotype Gallery, Mokelumne Hill 
n.d. 
Business card 
National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880 

  
LL/34704
ThumbnailGeorge Cruikshank 
Photographic Phenomena, or the new school of portrait painting 
1842 
Magazine illustration 
Google Books 

  
LL/31395
ThumbnailParker's Photographic Rooms (Pekin, ILL) 
Advertising for Parker‘s Photographic Rooms,Pekin, ILL. 
1865, 7 March (after, date of Potter's Patent) 
Tintype, carte de visite mount 
Private collection of Laurie Minor 
10 
  
LL/34686
ThumbnailHonoré Daumier 
NADAR élevant la Photographie à la hauteur de l'Art. [NADAR elevating Photography to Art.] 
1862, 25 May 
Lithograph 
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie 
BnF, Estampes et Photographie, Rés. Dc-180b (69)-Fol. 
  
11 
  
LL/34418
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Two Daguerreotypes 
1854 (entered according to Act of Congress) 
Magazine page 
Google Books 
12 
  
LL/43138
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
[Topaz with animals with cameras] 
1877 
Book illustration 
Google Books 
13 
  
LL/39262
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Niagara [Showing Blondin photographing the crowd] 
1859 (event), 1862 (published) 
Book illustration 
Google Books 
14 
  
LL/34435
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
The Sitting 
1860 
Book plate 
Google Books 
15 
  
LL/34678
ThumbnailHonoré Daumier 
Nouveau procédé employé pour obtenir des poses gracieuses. [A New Process Used to Achieve Graceful Poses.] 
1856 
Lithograph 
National Gallery of Canada / Musée des beaux-arts du Canada 
16 
  
LL/44368
ThumbnailPhil May (Artist) 
Force of Habit 
1900 (published) 
Drawing 
Project Gutenberg 
http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/37767 
  
17 
  
LL/44270
ThumbnailHonoré Daumier 
La pose de l'homme de la nature / Pose de l'homme civilise 
1853, 31 March 
Newspaper cartoon 
Interencheres - La Gallerie de Chartes 
Collection Henry Koilski (Galerie de Chartres, Auction, 8 October 2011, Lot: 10) 
  
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LL/34678
ThumbnailHonoré Daumier 
Nouveau procédé employé pour obtenir des poses gracieuses. [A New Process Used to Achieve Graceful Poses.] 
1856 
Lithograph 
National Gallery of Canada / Musée des beaux-arts du Canada 
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LL/35309
ThumbnailGeorge Cruikshank 
Frontispiece of "Midnight Scenes and Social Photographs: being Sketches of Life in the Streets, Wynds, and Dens of the City by Shadow" (Glasgow: Thomas Murray and Son, 1858) 
1858 
Frontispiece 
Google Books 
20 
  
LL/34349
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Fig. 23. Le laboraitoire de M. Niépce de Saint-Victor 
1864 (published) 
Engraving 
Google Books 

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