The Chemistry of Light and Photography
Arno Press, 1875 - 288 páginas
Volume contains "6 plates: 1 Woodburytype of the moon, 2 Lichtpaus specimens on 1 plate, 1 Scamoni Relief Heliogravure, 1 Scamoni Intaglio Heliogravure, 2 Glazed Obernetter Collotypes on 1 plate, [and] 1 Photolithograph of a map by S.H. Parkins. The plates are printed by the Woodburytype Permanent Photographic Printing Co., London; Obernetter, Munich; Scamoni, St. Petersburg."--Hanson Collection catalog, p. 54.
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Página 286 - ... the chemical tide, it offers a calm philosophy. To those others, youngest of the class, who have emerged from the schools since new methods have prevailed, it presents a generalization, drawing to its use all the data, the relations of which the newly-fledged feet-seeker may but dimly perceive without its aid.
Página 287 - Doctrine. I vol., I2mo. Cloth. Price, $1.50. " The author has succeeded in presenting the facts in a clear and satisfactory manner, using simple language and copious illustration in the presentation of facts and principles, confining himself, however, to the physical aspect of the subject. In the Appendix the operation of the principles in the spheres of life and mind is supplied by the essays of Professors Le Conte and Bain.