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Early Photographs by Eadweard Muybridge By Keith Stern
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Never before published collection of over 1400 rare photographs, 1866-1878.
Early Lawn Tennis in Great Britain as shown by Photographic Images By Gerald Gurney et al.
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This book is a photographic celebration of early lawn tennis, Lawn tennis in the 19th Century was essentially a game played by the upper social classes, although some homeowners of moderate income... More > did build tennis courts on their property. Courts at the large country manors and estates were established on or near the croquet lawns and often provided a reasonable surface for play. The courts of lesser houses often were sloped, had uneven surfaces and included hazards such as boulders, shrubbery and trees. Players would wear their ordinary every-day clothes to play a game. The photographs in this book show a game very different from that of today. We will look into the faces of these departed people and enter the sunny landscapes of their distant years. Enjoy your journey back through time.< Less
Early Lawn Tennis in Great Britain as shown by Photographic Images By Brandt Rowles et al.
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This book is a photographic celebration of early lawn tennis, Lawn tennis in the 19th Century was essentially a game played by the upper social classes, although some homeowners of moderate income... More > did build tennis courts on their property. Courts at the large country manors and estates were established on or near the croquet lawns and often provided a reasonable surface for play. The courts of lesser houses often were sloped, had uneven surfaces and included hazards such as boulders, shrubbery and trees. Players would wear their ordinary every-day clothes to play a game. The photographs in this book show a game very different from that of today. We will look into the faces of these departed people and enter the sunny landscapes of their distant years. Enjoy your journey back through time.< Less
Royal Photographic Collection By Frances Dimond
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Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were keen photographers. This paper looks at their early work and collection which now form part of the Royal Collection
Photographic Memories: In the Beginning By Melodie Yvonne
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Breathtaking is the best way to describe this book where poems are merged with striking emotional imagery to create beautiful words dancing to visual music. Melodie Yvonne Ramey has always dabbled in... More > creative writing, but although a tremendous fan of the beauty of words, she did not continue with literary arts until a bit of fate stepped in and helped her take that jump into her brave new world with this first poetry installment "Photographic Memories: In the Beginning" in 2012. Chronicling the teen angst to the early 20's, "In the Beginning" is a beautiful glimpse into the life and literary artistry that is to come from photographer and author Melodie Yvonne.< Less
Hummingbirds of the USA: A Photographic Essay By James and Joyce Martin
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Hummingbirds of the U.S. A. is a photographic essay on the characteristics of one of our most amazing and beloved birds, which the early explorers to the New World called “Joyas... More > Voladoras” or “flying jewels”. In the first part of this book, the characteristics and life history of hummingbirds are introduced and illustrated using our photographs. The second part describes and illustrates sixteen hummingbird species found in the U.S.< Less
Cane Hill: a photographic study By Will Jennings
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Cane Hill is an abandoned asylum on the edges of London near Croydon. Housing over 3,000 people in it's busiest days it was left as it was in the early nineties. In the intervening years it has... More > suffered to vandals, arson, squatters, rain and growth. This book is a photographic study of the Victorian building, a rare example which hasn't been knocked down or convereted into flats, and the atmosphere and detail within.< Less
Cane Hill: a photographic study By Will Jennings
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Cane Hill is an abandoned asylum on the edges of London near Croydon. Housing over 3,000 people in it's busiest days it was left as it was in the early nineties. In the intervening years it has... More > suffered to vandals, arson, squatters, rain and growth. This book is a photographic study of the Victorian building, a rare example which hasn't been knocked down or convereted into flats, and the atmosphere and detail within.< Less
Esley Hunt (1817-1899), Early Studio Photographer of Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and Fayetteville, NC, and Wytheville, VA By C.H. Robertson, M.Ed.
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Esley Hunt was born in Johnson City, TN. (His family’s home, the Henson Hunt House, is on the historical register and still serves as a private residence.) In the late 1840’s, Esley and... More > wife, Emily Hornbarger Hunt, moved to Chapel Hill, NC, where Esley became that town’s first studio photographer and also owned a boarding house on Franklin Street. Emily died of illness in 1852; the following year, Esley married Louisa Lutterloh Hunt. By 1859, Esley owned a second studio in Raleigh. At State Fairs, Charles and his colorist, Joshua P. Andrews, received top awards in several portrait types: daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, and photographs, and they were able to command substantial fees. During the Civil War, they continued their work as there was great demand for portraits of men who might never return from battle. After the war, Esley worked in Fayetteville, NC, but his family would eventually return to the mountains. By 1870, Esley had a studio in Wytheville, VA. He and Louisa were interred in Brevard, NC.< Less
AHP 31: The Lost World of Ladakh-Early Photographic Journeys in Indian Himalaya By Roger Bates et al.
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A superb collection of 150 black-and-white photographs of 1930s Ladakh, capturing its final days as a hub of trade routes between Tibet and Kashmir, India and Yarkand. These portraits of people,... More > landscapes and Buddhist ceremonies taken by amateur photographer Rupert Wilmot, are notable for their careful composition, fine detail and engaging informality. They have been meticulously researched and captioned by Nicky Harman and Roger Bates, respectively, niece and nephew of Rupert Wilmot, and include maps, an introduction and a bibliography. Of considerable historical and ethnographic interest. Claude Rupert Trench Wilmot (1897-1961) was a British army officer stationed in India during the 1930s, and a talented amateur photographer. Nicky Harman translates Chinese literature, and was formerly a lecturer at Imperial College London. Roger Bates digitized the photographs. A retired engineer, he has many years of experience working in digital photography.< Less

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