Anonymous Photographica

12458.

Brooklyn Court House and City Hall in background. Circa 1864. Shows the Photograph Gallery of Charles A. Rawson, 255 & 257 Fulton St. in Brooklyn since 1859. Later moved to 326 Fulton. Also shows Douglass Photo Studio at 330 Fulton St. Corner of Washington St. in 1863.

13024.

Camera Obscura. This is Culver’s Camera Obscura, bought from the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition of 1876.

40038.

Photograph Department, Philadelphia Sanitary Fair, June 1864.

40040.

Coney Island, N.Y.–Main Hall of Hotel Brighton. Sign for “Cabinet Stereoscopic Views of Hotel Brighton 10 cents.”

40041.

Interior of McAllister & Brother, Opticians, Philadelphia. John McAllister, Jr (1786-1877) stands at back.

40042.

Baker Estate, Wellesley, Mass.

40044.

Spherical Mirror Estate of Judge Tilly, Princeton, NJ.

40047.

Busy studio interior.

40048.

Spherical Mirror Estate of Judge Tilly, Princeton, NJ.

40053.

Double-Refracting or Iceland Spar. Brewster Viewer by its side.

40056.

Photograph Train.

40060.

Photographer with camera, stereo camera, bottle with funnel, and photographs in studio. Image is pseudoscopic.

40061.

Photographer with camera, stereo camera, bottle with funnel, and photographs in studio. Image is pseudoscopic.

40062.

Photo studio interior.

40063.

Photo studio interior.

40068.

Photo studio interior with photographer.

40085.

Devlin & Co. Clothing for Men, Ready Made, or, made to [order], Broadway, Cor. 12th St. Sign for P.C. Duchochois, Portraits. Peter C. Duchochois was the author of the book “The Lighting in Photographic Studios published in NY in 1893.

40095.

Unidentified woman photographer.

40097.

Unidentified photographer with his camera.

40098.

Unidentified photographer with camera.

40099.

773. Glastonbury Abbey. Unidentified photographers with cameras.

40100.

Unidentified photographer with cameras and equipment.

40101.

Unidentified photographers with cameras.

40103.

“Your Likeness, Sir? No White Eyes.”

40104.

“Your Likeness, Sir? No White Eyes.”

40105.

“Your Likeness, Sir? No White Eyes.”

40107.

Interior of Stereoview Factory.

40108.

Interior of Stereographic Manufactory.

40136.

Mitchell & Fletcher’s Store, 1204 Chestnut. O.H. Willard’s Galleries of Photography next door.

40138.

S. Hunter Smith and his stereoscope display.

40139.

S. Hunter Smith and his stereoscope display. His harpsichord is on the table in front of him.

40140.

S. Hunter Smith and his stereoscope display.

40163.

Man looking at stereoviews in a sweetheart table top stereoviewer.

40164.

Oscar Jann’s Glas-Photographien-Kunst-Ausstellung.

40165.

S. Hunter Smith in his wheelchair.

40166.

Camera Obscura at Melville Garden at Downer Landing. This was a resort in Boston harbor in the 1880s.

40168.

Heathen Chinese.

40170.

Camera on tripod set up at right. Salt print.

40171.

Photographer seated with CDV camera on table by his side.

40181.

Written on verso “Graham, Nashua View, N.H.” Photo studio with displays & skylight. Morrill & Co. Express store and wagon. Cigar store Indian at left.

40230.

Tinted stereo-ambrotype of a family group looking at images. The gentleman at left holds a Brewster stereoviewer.

40246.

S. Hunter Smith with a table top stereoviewer by his side.

40247.

Unidentified traveling photo studio.

40249.

Seated man with camera on floor at left and plate and frame parts at right.

40250.

Photographer with daguerreotype camera.

40251.

Photographer with multiple cameras, chemicals, equipment, and images.

40252.

Photographer with camera.

40253.

Still life of photos and plants.

40263.

Sixth-plate tintype of a young man leaning on a posing stand. Housed in a thermoplastic case.

40285.

Photographer holding lens cap and pencil or tinting instrument with daguerreian camera on stand and cases and what looks like a tinting kit along with other items on table by his side.

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