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HomeContents > Railroad photograph cars and studios on trains

F. Jay Haynes, Haynes Palace Studio, 1901, Photograph, Creative Commons - Wikipedia, Scanned from F. Jay Haynes - Photographer, (Helena: Montana Historical Society), 1981, LL/74063
Railroad photograph cars and studios on trains
783.01   Railroad photograph cars and studios on trains
783.02   Backmarks for railroad photograph cars
783.03   J.B. Silvis: Photograph car
Contemporary accounts
783.04   Swain & Mote and their photograph car (1871)
783.05   J.B. Silvis provides the services of his photographic car to assist the photographing of a solar eclipse (1878)
783.06   Boston Photo Car Company: Indignant Dads. They Take Issue With the Boston Photo Car on a Question of Propriety (may 1893)
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