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Joachim Bonnemaison collection of panorama photographs, 1803-1998 (bulk 1846-1944)

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Bonnemaison (Joachim) collection
Series VI. Unidentified locations, circa 1850-1920 3 Linear Feet (1 box)
The locations where these photographs were taken is ambiguous, even at the continent level.
Arranged alphabetically by photographer.
Horatio, 1895
Gelatin silver. Date and photographer's name from Bonnemaison. Name not known according to John Hannavy. J 221. Former box number: 16.
box item
7 9 Coach Horses Viewed from the Coachmens' Seat
7 10 Stage Coach 1895
7 12 Koya, Th. de [?], Hunt, circa 1910
Gelatin silver. Date and title from Bonnemaison. Photographer's name at left corner: Phot Th. de Koya [?]. E 144. Former box number: 1.
Photographer unidentified,
Includes the work of seven different unidentified photographers.
box item
12 12 Fortifications, circa 1860
Two-part joined panorama, albumen. Dated by Bonnemaison. Location is probably North Africa or Middle East. H 195. Former box number: 8*.
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7 6 Horses and Riders and Guards, after 1886
Circular (tondo) cyanotype with six circular vignettes. Dated by Bonnemaison. Camera used is a Plastron from Stirn, which was invented in 1886. IX.14. Former box number: 16.
7 8 Coiled Snake, circa 1860
Albumen, tondo format. Dated by Bonnemaison. IX.10. Former box number: 16.
7 13-14 Mountaineering, circa 1900
Two gelatin printing-out paper prints. Dated by Bonnemaison. F 151. Former box number: 4*.
7 15 Part of the Campus, circa 1900-1920
Cyanotype. Title written in ink on verso. Dated by Bonnemaison. H 170. Former box number: 1.
box item
13 28 Family in the Ruins of a City circa 1850
Salted paper print. Title from Bonnemaison: Pique-nique en ruines. Dated by Bonnemaison, who identifies the technique as gelatino bromure d´argent. IX.6. Former box number: 20*.
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18 3 Lady with Servant beside a Mirror, circa 1890
Anaglyphe, two colored glass slides. Date in Plessen and Giersch is 1993. To see the green and red glass slides as a spatial effect, the observer must wear glasses of the same colors. IX.79. Former box number: 26.

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