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Henry Fox Talbot, Cover for The Pencil of Nature by William Henry Fox Talbot, [The Pencil of Nature], 1844, Book cover, Hans P. Kraus, Jr., Inc., Taken from the reproductions in Larry J. Schaaf, H. Fox Talbot's The Pencil of Nature; Anniversary Facsimile (New York: Hans P. Kraus, Jr. Inc., 1989). The originals selected for this publication were the best single examples available for each plate. Not to be reproduced without permission of H.P. Kraus, Jr., LL/18316
Publications, books, manuals, journals and magazines
888.01   Publications using photographs as the basis for portraits
888.02   Publications using photographs as the basis for engineering and science
888.03   Introduction to tipped-in photographs and books illustrated with photographs
Publications that did, or said they did, use daguerreotypes as the basis for their illustrations
888.04   The influence of the daguerreotype upon art
888.05   Paris et ses Environs Reproduits par le Daguerrotype, Sous la Direction de M. Ch. Philipon (Paris: Chez Aubert et Cie, 1840)
888.06   Noël Marie Paymal Lerebours: Excursions daguerriennes : vues et monuments les plus remarquables du globe (1842)
888.07   Jean Baptiste Marie Chamouin: Vues de Paris (1845)
888.08   Adolphe Duperly: Daguerian Excursions in Jamaica (ca 1844)
888.09   T. Bettinger: Vues d'Algérie prises au dauguerréotype (1847)
888.10   Bruges, ses Monuments et ses Tableaux, edited by Daveluy (Bruges, Daveluy, 1855)
888.11   Richard Beard: Illustrations for Henry Mayhew - London Labour and the London Poor
888.12   Richard Beard: Sir John Franklin
888.13   Joseph Pedra: Photographs and illustrations of Algeria
Early works using photolithography
888.14   Henri Le Secq: Premier Cahier de lithophotographie (1853)
Later books
888.15   John Thomson: Cambodia: Angkor Thom / Angkor Wat (1866)
888.16   John Thomson: China, a travelling chiropodist
888.17   Illustrations based on Daguerreotypes: Military
888.18   Early livestock photography
888.19   Early fashion photography
Advertising albums
888.20   I.W. Taber: The Taber photographic album of principal business houses, residences and persons (1880)
888.21   A.C. Pardal & Filho: Publicação Photographica (1870-1871)
Publishing companies
888.22   Early publishing companies specializing in photography
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