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The National Stereoscopic Association empowered Paula Fleming, Rusty Norton and me to begin to generate an online resource of checklists of stereoviews titles and related material as a resource for…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Paula Fleming Jul 2, 2018.
Daguerreian Society 2016 Call for SubmissionsThe Daguerreian Society (Daguerre.org) is offering a call for original papers that address andadvance the understanding and appreciation of early…Continue
Started Apr 12, 2016
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The Daguerreian Society (Daguerre.org) invites authors to submit original papers that address and advance the understanding and appreciation of 19th century photography. Possible topics include the art, history, social impact, and practice of the daguerreotype and other photographic processes of this period.
Posted on November 26, 2017 at 20:30 — 1 Comment
The 2016 Daguerreian Society auction is available on both the Daguerreian Society web site and on LiveAuctioneers. It is the first annual fully online auction and offers a spectacular collection of offerings thanks to Greg French, Tim Lindholm and the Auction Committee team.
Please register and follow the auction, mark your favorites and feel free to bid...…Continue
Posted on October 13, 2016 at 16:00
Offerings include an extremely rare solograph with includes a wonderful advertisement for Ezekiel Hawkins establishment. Daguerreotype highlights include a killer guitar player, a spectacular close-up, a large frame with ten family images, half-plates, a Whitehurst stereo and a lovely postmortem. Other hard images included a farmer with his…Continue
Posted on September 10, 2016 at 22:00
The Daguerreian Society is seeking authors and articles for the next Daguerreian Society Annual. The mission of the Society includes all early photographic processes up to ca 1870, as well as contemporary Daguerreians. We are particularly interested in including more international content, and articles about photographic processes, personalities and events in addition to our traditional foundation of daguerreotypes to reflect our broader mission. Please contact Mark Johnson…Continue
Posted on August 10, 2015 at 15:42