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History of Photography  [V]

The Photograph Collectors Guide  [EB]

The New Collector’s Guide to Photographs  [A]

The History of Photography and The Camera Documentary  [V]

Before Photography  [V]

The Daguerreotype  [V]

Talbot's Processes  [V]

The Cyanotype  [V]

The Collodion  [V]

The Albumen Print  [V]

The Platinum Print  [V]

The Pigment Processes  [V]

The Woodburytype  [V]

The Gelatin Silver Process  [V]

Color Photography  [V]

Digital Photography  [V]

Early Photography: Making Daguerreotypes  [V]

Library of Congress Prints & Photography Online Catalogue [DB] PPOC

Photographers’ Identities Catalog [DB]

Photographers’ Identities Catalog (PIC) is an experimental interface to a collection of biographical data describing photographers, studios, manufacturers, and others involved in the production of photographic images.

Farm Security Administration Photographs (FSA) [DB]

George Eastman Museum Archives [DB]

The photography collection at the George Eastman Museum, among the oldest and best in the world, comprises more than 400,000 photographic objects dating from the introduction of the medium in 1839 through to the present day. It encompasses works made in all major photographic processes, from daguerreotype to digital, includes work by more than eight thousand photographers, and continues to expand.

Masterpieces of Photography -  J. Paul Getty Museum  [EB]

Graphic Atlas [R]
Graphics Atlas is a sophisticated resource that presents a unique, object-based approach for the identification and characterization of prints and photographs.

On Connoisseurship And Photography Print Values: A Discussion [A]
by Alex Novak

Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives [DB]

Panoramic Photographs  [DB]

The Steroview in the United States [A]

The Golden Age of Stereoviews [A]
1860s and 70s

Steroviews - The Golden Age vs. Commercial [A]

Stereograph Cards [DB]

Over 8,000 stereographs available online

National Photo Company Collection  [DB]

The National Photo Company Collection documents virtually all aspects of Washington, D.C., life. During the administrations of Presidents Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover, the National Photo Company supplied photographs of current news events in Washington, D.C.

 William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody Family Photographs  [AC]

Patsy Garlow Collection -Cowans Auction  - January 31, 2014


Abbott, Berenice - Berenice Abbott, Changing New York  [CA] 

Adams, Ansel -  Photographer (1958) [V]

Brady, Mathew - Mathew Brady: Portraits of a Nation [V]

Fenton, Roger - All the Mighty World [EB]

The Photographs of Roger Fenton, 1852–1860

Karsh - Yousuf Karsh  [DB]

Photographs in the Museum of Fine Art - Boston

Born in Armenia, settling first in Canada and eventually in the United States, Karsh made a career photographing the world's most distinguished statesmen, artists, literary figures, musicians, scientists, actors, and actresses. Traveling the globe, he gained access to virtually every great figure of his time. Among his iconic images are ones he made of Winston Churchill (1941), Albert Einstein (1948), Pablo Picasso (1954), Georgia O'Keeffe (1956), Ernest Hemingway (1957), Jacqueline Kennedy (1957), Sophia Loren (1981), and Jessye Norman (1990).

Marsh, Reginald - Reginald Marsh: Photographer  [E]

Ritts - Herb Ritts  [DB]

Photographs in the Museum of Fine Art - Boston

Southworth and Hawes  [DB]

Photographs in the Museum of Fine Art - Boston

Southworth and Hawes  [A]

Southworth & Hawes was an early photographic firm in Boston, 1843–1863. Its partners, Albert Sands Southworth (1811–1894) and Josiah Johnson Hawes (1808–1901), have been hailed as the first great American masters of photography, whose work elevated photographic portraits to the level of fine art. Their images are prominent in every major book and collection of early American photography.

Southworth and Hawes  [AR]
Stieglitz - Alfred Stieglitz  [DB]

Photographs in the Museum of Fine Art - Boston

Interesting Fact

The MFA was one of the earliest museums in the country to collect photography, initiated in 1924 when Alfred Stieglitz donated twenty-seven of his photographs.

Sudek - Josef Sudek  [DB]

Photographs in the Museum of Fine Art - Boston

Washburn - Bradford Washburn  [DB]

Photographs in the Museum of Fine Art - Boston
Weston, Edward -  The Photographer (1948) [V]

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