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Andreas Ritter von Ettingshausen, Cross section of a clematis stem, 1840, 4 March, Daguerreotype, whole plate, Albertina, LL/36186
 
Photomicroscopy
Contents
Introduction to photomicroscopy
381.01   Introduction to photomicroscopy
Photomicroscopists
381.02   Henry Fox Talbot: Photomicrographs
381.03   John William Draper: Photomicrographs
381.04   Donné & Foucault: Cours de Microscope (1845)
381.05   Adolphe Bertsch: Photomicrographs
381.06   Arthur E. Durham: Photomicrographs
381.07   Adolphe Neyt: Photomicrographs
381.08   W.H. Olley: The wonders of the microscope photographically revealed, by means of Olley's patent micro-photographic reflecting process. (1857-1861)
381.09   Joseph Janvier Woodward: Photomicrographs
381.10   Albert Moitessier: La Photographie Appliquee aux Recherches Micrographiques (1866)
381.11   Julius Stinde (1841–1905): Photomicroscopy (1868-1870)
381.12   Otto Müller: Photomicrographs of plants
381.13   Arthur Wells Bawtree: Stereo photomicrographs (ca. 1870s-1880s)
381.14   René Patrice Proudhon Dagron: Photomicrographs, carrier-pigeons and the beseiged city of Paris during the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871)
381.15   Dr. Charles Forbes (1844-1917): Photomicrographs (ca. 1879)
381.16   Frederick H. Evans: Photomicrographs
381.17   Arthur E. Smith: Photomicrographs for Richard Kerr, "Nature Through Microscope and Camera" (1909)
381.18   Wilson A. Bentley: Photomicrographs of snowflakes
381.19   Richard Neuhauss: Photomicrographs of snowflakes
381.20   Laure Albin-Guillot (1879-1962): Micrographie Décorative
381.21   Robert W. Dunham: The structure of wheat shown in a series of photo-micrographs, with explanatory remarks (1892)
381.22   Alfred Ehrhardt: Photomicroscopy
381.23   Carl Strüwe: Photomicrographs
Subjects for photomicroscopy
381.24   Photomicrographs of insects
381.25   Rose-Lynn Fisher: Bee
381.26   Photomicrographs of botany
Copying paintings and documents
381.27   Henry Hering - Alfred Reeves: Photograph. The Kings and Queens of England
381.28   W. & F. Langenheim: The Lord's Prayer
Conclusions
381.29   Photomicroscopy and the quest for the ever smaller image
 
  
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