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History of Photography
Professor: Butterfield
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1. Lewis M. Rutherford (American), Moon
2. anonymous, 19c (French), X-Ray of Hand of Lucien Louis de Kononck
3. Desire M Bourneville (French), Iconographie Photographique de la Salpetriere. vol. III (plate XXIV)
4. Hugh W. Diamond (British), Inmate of Surrey County Asylum
5. Guillaume Benjamin Duchenne (French), Mechanisms of Human Physiognomy  
6. Eadweard Muybridge (American), Galloping Horse
7. Eadweard Muybridge (American), Multi-lensed Cameras
8. Eadweard Muybridge (American), Women Bathing from Animal Locomotion
9. Eadweard Muybridge (American), Zoopraxiscope
10. Etienne Jules Marey (French), High Long Jump by Monsieur...
11. Etienne Jules Marey (French), Falling Cat Sequence
12. Etienne Jules Marey (French), Photographic Gun
13. Etienne Jules Marey (French), Marey's gun camera
14. Etienne Jules Marey (French), Bird in Flight 
15. Etienne Jules Marey (French), Model for a chromophotograph dressed in a black outfit
16. Etienne Jules Marey (French), Chronophotograph: Running Broad Jump
17. Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland), Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Vol.; pl.41: Home of a Rebel Sharpshooter, Gettysburg, July, 1863
18. George N. Barnard (American), Photographic Works of Sherman's Campaign; Ruins in Charleston
19. Andrew Joseph Russell (American), Confederate Dead, Marye's Heights, Fredericksburg., May 3, 1863
20. Roger Fenton (British), Valley of the Shadow of Death 
21. Mathew Brady (American), George Armstrong Custer
22. Mathew Brady (American), John C. Calhoun
23. Timothy H. O'Sullivan, Harvest of Death, Battlefield of Gettysburg, PA
24. George N. Barnard (American), "Sherman's Hairpins" 
25. Roger Fenton (British), 57th Regiment
26. Andrew Joseph Russell (American), Potomac Creek Bridge, Aquia Creek and Fredericksburg Railroad., 4/18/1863
27. George N. Barnard (American), Rebel Works in Front of Atlanta, Georgia 
28. Thomas Cole (American), Course of Empire: Desolation
29. George N. Barnard (American), Ruins of Charleston, South Carolina., 1865
30. Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland), Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Vol.1.; pl.27: What Do I Want, John Henry? Warrenton, VA., November, 1862
31. Alexander Gardner (American, born Scotland), Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War. Vol.2.; pl.94: A Burial Party on the Battlefield of Cold Harbor, VA., April, 1865.
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