Three Early Photographic Titles
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Three Early Photographic Titles, Nathan G. Burgess, The Ambrotype Manual, A Practical Treatise on the Act of Taking Positive Photographs on Glass, Commonly Known as Ambrotypes, New York: Daniel Burgess & Co., 1856, chapters including the theory of the photographic process, parts of the camera, the treble glass process, coloring, varnishes, and other subjects, (overall foxing); Charles W. Gamble, An Introduction to the Practise of Wet Collodion Photography, London, Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd., second edition, 1902, (The Amateur Photographer Library, No. 9.), with advertisements including Newman & Guardia's Nydia Pocket Camera, the Sanderson Hand Camera, and the Warwick Trading Co. "World's Cinematograph Headquarters" Bioscope and Biokam; Edward M. Eastbrooke, The Ferrotype and How to Make It, New York: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., second edition, 1886, and a tintype of a lady.