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A Victorian Album: Carte de Visites & Ambrotypes from 1850-1870 from England & the United States By C. David Claudon
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Twenty-five cartes de visites and ambrotypes from the Victorian Period of England and the United States are shown in large format.
Fixed in Time By Sean William Nolan
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"Fixed in Time" is a guide to dating early photographs such as Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, and early Tintypes. Illustrating over 750 American and British cases and mats, it provides dates... More > for each style. Dates are based on analysis of over 3,000 objectively dated early photographs; it is the fruit of over two years of research. Introductory chapters describe the history of the Daguerreotype, Ambrotype, and Tintype. This 2015 edition has been corrected in the free PDF. For those purchasing this book on lulu, please pick up the errata page at< Less
Leap to Track By Catherine S. Vodrey
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This is the third book and second volume of poetry by Ohio author Catherine S. Vodrey. Her web site,, features a broad overview of her work.
Wet Collodion Photography - A Short Manual By George Berkhofer
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A working manual on how to make a wet plate collodion glass negative, ambrotype, tintype and to print on historic albumen paper from the negatives. Second edition now includes instructions for making... More > salt-paper prints.< Less
Acadia : Or, a Month With the Blue Noses (Illustrated) By Frederic S. Cozzens
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“A word in regard to the two Acadian portraits. These are literal ambrotypes, to which Sarony has added a few touches of his artistic crayon. It may interest the reader to know that these are... More > the first, the only likenesses of the real Evangelines of Acadia. The women of Chezzetcook appear at day-break in the city of Halifax, and as soon as the sun is up vanish like the dew. They have usually a basket of fresh eggs, a brace or two of worsted socks, a bottle of fir-balsam to sell. These comprise their simple commerce. When the market-bell rings you find them not. To catch such fleeting phantoms, and to transfer them to the frontispiece of a book published here, is like painting the burnished wings of a humming-bird. A friend, however, undertook the task. He rose before the sun, he bought eggs, worsted socks, and fir-balsam of the Acadians. By constant attentions he became acquainted with a pair of Acadian women, niece and aunt. Then he proposed the matter to them.”< Less