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Реальный 19 век. Правда быта - Королева всех доказательств. 35. Фотографии 1883 года.



Unidentified photographer/creator
W.T.I. Faculty
1883

Cabinet card, mixed media
Capitol Gallery
Courtesy of Capitol Gallery (Fall 2007 Auction, #52)


LL/22002

Hilarious cabinet card identified in period ink on the back as W.T.I. Faculty, 1883. A mixed media montage of photographed heads and drawn environment, the image includes such scenes as "keeping your nose to the grindstone." The location or photographer are not identified, but the word Buckeye is prominent in the center suggesting somewhere in Ohio. A man with wings on the top right also carries a sign which reads Terre Haute or bust. In the window on the left there is a hand with finger pointing; inside it reads K.C. The image is in very good condition with a bump to the top left corner. A couple of small spots are visible and the number 27 is written in the far left margin.

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Unidentified photographer/creator
Specimens of Composite Portraiture
1883

Book illustration

LL/40696




Albert Fernique
[Men in a workshop hammering sheets of copper for the construction of the Statue of Liberty.]
[Album de la construction de la Statue de la Liberté]
1883

Albumen print
New York Public Library
Courtesy of The New York Public Library www.nypl.org, Image ID: 1161036


LL/39626





Albert Fernique
[Men in a workshop shaping sheets of copper for the construction of the Statue of Liberty.]
[Album de la construction de la Statue de la Liberté]
1883

Albumen print
New York Public Library
Courtesy of The New York Public Library www.nypl.org, Image ID: 1161048


LL/39627





Albert Fernique
[Assemblage of the Statue of Liberty in Paris.]
[Album de la construction de la Statue de la Liberté]
1883

Albumen print
New York Public Library
Courtesy of The New York Public Library www.nypl.org, Image ID: 1161050


LL/39628




Albert Fernique
[Men at work on the construction of the Statue of Liberty.]
[Album de la construction de la Statue de la Liberté]
1883

Albumen print
New York Public Library
Courtesy of The New York Public Library www.nypl.org, Image ID: 1161046


LL/39629




Albert Fernique
[Construction of the skeleton and plaster surface of the left arm and hand of the Statue of Liberty.]
[Album de la construction de la Statue de la Liberté]
1883

Albumen print
New York Public Library
Courtesy of The New York Public Library www.nypl.org, Image ID: 1161042


LL/39630




Albert Fernique
[View of the workshop, with models of the Statue of Liberty in the background.]
[Album de la construction de la Statue de la Liberté]
1883

Albumen print
New York Public Library
Courtesy of The New York Public Library www.nypl.org, Image ID: 1161041


LL/39631




Alfred Dismorr
Toledo, the Puerta del Sol
1883

Toledo Olvidado

LL/36075





Carleton E. Watkins
Primitive Mining. The Rocker. #3542
[New Boudoir Series]
1883

Stereoview, detail
Be-Hold
Courtesy of Larry Gottheim - Be-Hold (47 / 186)


LL/42730

This portrait is generally accepted to be one of the very few portraits of the photographer.

On "The Stereoviews of Carlton Watkins" (www.carletonwatkins.org) [Accessed: 21 Jan 2011] it has the following note about this photograph:

What is the story behind the photograph? As Jim Crain points out, Watkins' daughter Julia recalled that although her father did not like to have his picture taken, he did pose here as a miner, for his children. It was taken the same year that his son, Collis, was born.






Edmund Risse (Berlin)
Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein - Kaiserin Augusta Victoria, "Donna"
1883

Cabinet card
Private collection of T. Max Hochstetler

LL/22010




Fred Kruger
Wreck of the ship George Roper, Point Lonsdale
1883

Albumen silver print
18.4 x 27.2 cm (image)

NGV - National Gallery of Victoria
Gift of Mrs Beryl M. Curl, 1979


LL/47435




Henry Dixon
London - Old House, Palace Yard, Lambeth
[The Society for photographing relics of old London (No. 76)]
1883

Carbon print
9 x 7 1/8 in (ca)

Eastern Window (Jan van der Wal)
Courtesy of Jan van der Wal (gb22-02)


LL/15021





J.G. Hameter
Daniel David Veth
1883

Carte de visite
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Département des Estampes et de la Photographie
Source : Bibliothèque nationale de France, département Société de Géographie, SG PORTRAIT-835, Identifiant : ark:/12148/btv1b8450626r


LL/52009







J.N. Walton
Aurora during the Flood of 1883
1883

Boudoir card
Christopher Wahren Fine Photographs
Courtesy of Christopher Wahren Fine Photographs (Skylight Gallery Catalog 27, October, 23, 2008 #69)


LL/30962

The Aurora Indiana flood of 1883 with an ink inscription "Main St." on reverse,

Original news reports:

While only two or three small dwelling houses are turned over at this writing (Wednesday evening) nearly half the houses in Aurora have water in them, varying in depth from the eave of the roof of those houses in the low lands to more than a foot on the floor of Leive Bros jewelry store, in the opera house building. Hundreds of dwelling houses will suffer more or less damages, and will require thorough renovating when the water goes down. Independent February 15, 1883.

"As we went to press last week the Ohio River was still rising here and, although it was the last day of its climbing up and up to a height beyond man's memory, the strangest thing was that on that last day, Wednesday, February 14, 1883, it rose at a rate equal to any day after it had overflown its banks. The water continued to rise during all of Wednesday and until 6 o'clock Thursday the 15th inst., at which time it came to a stand at a point thirty-three and one half inches above the mark of the famous flood of 1832."

The height of the water here as given in last week's Independent was good enough when it was written but was considerably surpassed before that issue of the paper was read. Last Thursday morning the climax was reached. The Ohio River was on the floor of our postoffice; it was five feet and eight inches deep in O. P. Cobb & Co.'s store, was about two feet deep in the First Baptist Church, lacked only one inch of being in Schaeffer's store on Third and Main Streets, was rippling in Dr. Bond's house on George Street, was within two and one-half feet of the second floor of Gaff's building at the foot of Second Street; finally was two feet nine and one-half inches higher than anybody ever saw it in Aurora and we have plenty of the proverbial "oldest inhabitants" too. The water came to a stand at 6 A. M. Thursday and many a high water mark for February 15, 1883, was cut to record the flood height for future generations to swim over. A good mark is cut deep in the second step adjacent to the First National Bank; another is chiseled in the iron column of Mitchell's building opposite the bank and in innumerable places all over town the mark of this highest flood of them all is 'chalked down.' The water was on a stand for about four hours when it began to recede slowly. Independent, February 22, 1883.

"We started out to get an estimate of individual losses of our citizens by the flood, but the work was too great for us. Our citizens, both rich and poor alike, have lost heavily, probably, in all, not much less than $100,000." Independent, February 22, 1883.

History of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, Indiana, (Chicago, IL, 1885), Pages 321-322 [reprinted by F.E. Weakley & Co., Chicago, IL USA - 1985 - The Heritage Collection History and Biography: History of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, Indiana]




J.N. Walton
View of Main St, Aurora, Ind. During the Flood. Feb 15th. 1883
1883

Boudoir card
Christopher Wahren Fine Photographs
Courtesy of Christopher Wahren Fine Photographs (Skylight Gallery Catalog 27, October, 23, 2008 #69)


LL/30963

With reverse imprint "View of Main St Aurora, Ind. During The Flood. Feb. 15th. 1883 [changed in ink to 1884] Photographed by J. N. Walton."

Original news reports:

While only two or three small dwelling houses are turned over at this writing (Wednesday evening) nearly half the houses in Aurora have water in them, varying in depth from the eave of the roof of those houses in the low lands to more than a foot on the floor of Leive Bros jewelry store, in the opera house building. Hundreds of dwelling houses will suffer more or less damages, and will require thorough renovating when the water goes down. Independent February 15, 1883.

"As we went to press last week the Ohio River was still rising here and, although it was the last day of its climbing up and up to a height beyond man's memory, the strangest thing was that on that last day, Wednesday, February 14, 1883, it rose at a rate equal to any day after it had overflown its banks. The water continued to rise during all of Wednesday and until 6 o'clock Thursday the 15th inst., at which time it came to a stand at a point thirty-three and one half inches above the mark of the famous flood of 1832."

The height of the water here as given in last week's Independent was good enough when it was written but was considerably surpassed before that issue of the paper was read. Last Thursday morning the climax was reached. The Ohio River was on the floor of our postoffice; it was five feet and eight inches deep in O. P. Cobb & Co.'s store, was about two feet deep in the First Baptist Church, lacked only one inch of being in Schaeffer's store on Third and Main Streets, was rippling in Dr. Bond's house on George Street, was within two and one-half feet of the second floor of Gaff's building at the foot of Second Street; finally was two feet nine and one-half inches higher than anybody ever saw it in Aurora and we have plenty of the proverbial "oldest inhabitants" too. The water came to a stand at 6 A. M. Thursday and many a high water mark for February 15, 1883, was cut to record the flood height for future generations to swim over. A good mark is cut deep in the second step adjacent to the First National Bank; another is chiseled in the iron column of Mitchell's building opposite the bank and in innumerable places all over town the mark of this highest flood of them all is 'chalked down.' The water was on a stand for about four hours when it began to recede slowly. Independent, February 22, 1883.

"We started out to get an estimate of individual losses of our citizens by the flood, but the work was too great for us. Our citizens, both rich and poor alike, have lost heavily, probably, in all, not much less than $100,000." Independent, February 22, 1883.

History of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, Indiana, (Chicago, IL, 1885), Pages 321-322 [reprinted by F.E. Weakley & Co., Chicago, IL USA - 1985 - The Heritage Collection History and Biography: History of Dearborn and Ohio Counties, Indiana]





Lock and Whitfield
Admiral Sir Sydney Colpoys Dacres, Governor of Greenwich Hospital
[Men of Mark, Seventh series]
1883

Woodburytype
Private collection of Hans Christian Adam

LL/52629




L.A. Huffman
Jerk-line 12, on the Old Freight Road, Milestone, Montana
1883

Photogravure
8 7/8 x 11 ins (22.54 x 27.94 cm)

LACMA: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Gift of Richard J. Taubman (M.83.322)


LL/45715




Ottomar Anschütz
Gestüt Groditz
1883

Albumen print
19.8 x 25.9 cm (image) 47 x 54 cm (mount)

Van Ham Fine Art Auctions
Van Ham - Photography (June 20, 2012) Lot: 5


LL/48347





Robert Harris
Morning Market, Kimberley
1883

Carbon print
23,5 x 33 cm

Bassenge Photography Auctions
(88 / 4041)



LL/15715



Thomas Eakins
Eakins's Students at the "The Swimming Hole"
1883

Albumen print
3 11/16 x 4 13/16 ins

Creative Commons - Wikipedia
J. Paul Getty Trust (84.XM.811.1)


LL/33331

Thomas Eakins stands slightly apart at the left, the master and teacher observing his frolicking students at Mill Creek near Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Eakins used this photograph, one of a series of studies featuring nude boys playing at a variety of outdoor sports, to develop his painting The Swimming Hole , originally titled Swimming . Seeking to associate the youths with the classical Greek ideals of physical beauty, strength, and camaraderie, he posed them in a dynamic arrangement in and out of the water, representing them as types rather than individuals. All of the young men are shown either in profile or from behind, further obscuring their individual characters and identities. (Source: http://www.getty.edu/art/gettyguide/artObjectDetails?artobj=66570).





Thomas Eakins
Study for "Swimming"
1883

Albumen print
3 1/4 x 3 3/4 in irreg. (8.1 x 9.5 cm)

Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Gift of Joseph H. Hirshhorn, 1966, Accession Number: 83.15


LL/37583





Thomas Eakins
Study for "Swimming"
1883

Albumen print
6 1/16 x 7 13/16 in (15.4 x 19.8 cm)

Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Gift of Joseph H. Hirshhorn, 1966, Accession Number: 83.17


LL/37585



Unidentified photographer/creator
Photography studio with Electric Light
1883

Book illustration
Google Books

LL/34504

In the section "Artificial Light and its Application to Photography", Fig.10 is on p.115 of "The Progress of Photography since the Year 1879" by Dr. H.W. Vogel (Philadelphia, Edward L. Wilson, 1883)




Unidentified photographer/creator
Photography studio with Artificial Light
1883

Book illustration
Google Books

LL/34505

In the section "Artificial Light and its Application to Photography", Fig.13 is on p.122 of "The Progress of Photography since the Year 1879" by Dr. H.W. Vogel (Philadelphia, Edward L. Wilson, 1883)





Perren
The Dye Works
1883

Woodburytype
Google Books

LL/35796

R.E. Peach Historic Houses in Bath, and their Associations (London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., Bath: R.E. Peach, 1883)

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