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Реальный 19 век. Правда быта - Королева всех доказательств.31. Фотографии 1879 года.






Alfred Boname
Les officiers du 44e régiment
1879

Photographic print
33 x 26 cm (image) 54 x 43 cm (mount)

Musée Condé
© direction des musées de France, © musée Condé, 1999, Inventory No: PH No 26, Joconde: 00000103900


LL/33785




Etienne Carjat
Georges Clémenceau
1879

Woodburytype
8 3/4 x 7 1/8 in (22.23 x 18.1 cm) (image)

Minneapolis Institute of the Arts
Minneapolis Institute for the Arts, The David Dayton Draper Fund (75.59.3)


LL/7287




Henry Dixon
London - Old Houses in Aldersgate Street
[The Society for photographing relics of old London (No. 31)]
1879

Carbon print
7 x 9 in (ca)

Eastern Window (Jan van der Wal)
Courtesy of Jan van der Wal (gb21-02)


LL/15026





John Burke
The Upper Bala Hissar from the Gate above the Residency, Kabul
1879

Albumen print
British Library

LL/6498





L. Lafon (French)
Canon Hotchkiss A Tir Rapide De 37 m/m
1879

Albumen print
15.5 x 20.2 cm

George Eastman House
1981:1191:0001


LL/57161

Published: Rapid Fire Hotchkiss Cannon, 37mm
Album: "Hotchkiss, Paris"





L. Lafon (French)
Matériel De Montagne, Système Hotchkiss
1879

Albumen print
16.8 x 21.1 cm

George Eastman House
1981:1191:0019


LL/57162

Album: "Hotchkiss, Paris"





Louis-Emile Durandelle
Bronzes
1879

Albumen print
14 3/4 x 9 5/8

Lee Gallery
(S2101)


LL/13378




Louis-Emile Durandelle
Statues Decoratives
1879

Albumen print
12 13/16 x 11 in

Lee Gallery
Image courtesy of the Lee Gallery (www.leegallery.com)


LL/3196





Louis-Emile Durandelle
Sculpture Ornementale
1879

Albumen print
8 1/4 x 11 in

Lee Gallery
Image courtesy of the Lee Gallery (www.leegallery.com)


LL/3197





Louis-Emile Durandelle
Construction of Sacré-Coeur
1879

Albumen print from a glass negative
13 1/2 x 17 1/8 ins (34.29 cm x 43.5 cm)

SFMOMA - San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, fractional gift of Paul Sack, and collection of the Sack Photographic Trust 96.275, Acquired 1996


LL/40939





Unidentified photographer
The battlefield of Isandlwana
1879

Albumen print
National Army Museum
Negative No. 6573, Accession No. NAM. 1951-04-22-12


LL/41352






Unidentified photographer
Napoléon Eugène Louis Bonaparte, Prince Imperial
1879

Albumen print, photomontage, on card mount
3 1/8 x 5 1/2 in (7.8 x 14.1 cm) (image)

National Portrait Gallery (NPG)
Given by Terence Pepper, 2009, NPG x132828


LL/41379







Unidentified photographer
Ball at the Windsor Hotel, Montréal, in Honour of the Marquis of Lorne [Montréal, Quebec]
1879

Photographic print, composite
Library and Archives Canada
C-001830


LL/46635

Curatorial description - Library and Archives Canada
[Accessed: February 2012]

This photograph is an impressive composite shot. It was created by posing individual ball attendees in the studio at different points in time and according to a predetermined plan. Each photograph was then carefully retouched and placed into the final arrangement according to the sitter's social rank, with the most prominent or honoured guests placed front and centre. Thus, while attending the ball had it perks, one's ability to influence the event's official photographer was arguably far more important.

http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/framingcanada/045003-2760-e.html

http://www.luminous-lint.com/app/image/9165467529466354083988567/




Unidentified photographer
Lucretia Mott in her 87th year 1879
1879

Carte de visite
Classic Photographics

LL/48710

Lucretia Coffin Mott (3rd January, 1793-11th November, 1880). Born into an American Quaker family in Nantucket, Lucretia Coffin and her husband James Mott were opponents of slavery and often sheltered runaway slaves in their home. They co-founded the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society and became deeply involved in abolition, social reform and women`s rights movements. She wrote Discourse on Woman in 1850, a book about restrictions on women in the US and when slavery was outlawed in 1865, she fought to give black Americans the vote. She died at the age of 87.

Provenance: From the collection of Mrs. G.W.Childs, the Wife of a wealthy American Philanthropist.




Unidentified photographer
Truth for authority, not authority for truth. Lucretia Mott in her 87th year 1879
1879

Carte de visite, back
Classic Photographics

LL/48711

Lucretia Coffin Mott (3rd January, 1793-11th November, 1880). Born into an American Quaker family in Nantucket, Lucretia Coffin and her husband James Mott were opponents of slavery and often sheltered runaway slaves in their home. They co-founded the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society and became deeply involved in abolition, social reform and women`s rights movements. She wrote Discourse on Woman in 1850, a book about restrictions on women in the US and when slavery was outlawed in 1865, she fought to give black Americans the vote. She died at the age of 87.

Inscription in Motts own hand.





William Henry Jackson
Cameron's Cone from "Tunnel 4," Colorado Midland Railway
1879

Albumen silver print
53.3 x 44 cm (21 x 17 5/16 in)

J. Paul Getty Museum
Object number: 85.XM.5.36


LL/50505


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