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The Herschel collection at the Harry Ransom Center of the University of Texas at Austin now has its complete inventory online. Many colleagues will know of the important material in this archive relating to J.F.W. Herschel's experiments with photographic processes such as argentotype, cyanotype, chrysotype, celaenotype and anthotype.
Newly cataloged collection of science materials now open for research
A collection of science materials from the family of Sir John F. W. Herschel (1792–1871) is now open for research after a $10,000 grant enabled the Center to rehouse the collection and create an online inventory. John Herschel has been called Britain's first modern physical scientist, and his correspondence has been described as one of the most valuable archives for nineteenth-century science. LEARN MORE or VIEW online inventory.
The Gernsheim Collection, co-published by the Harry Ransom Center and the University of Texas Press, received an Alfred H. Barr Jr. Award, which honors a distinguished catalog in the history of art published during the past year. To celebrate this recognition, the Ransom Center is offering editor-signed copies of The Gernsheim Collection at a reduced price of $60 through March 15 at the visitor desk or online. Orders placed by this date will also receive a set of five notecards featuring images from the Gernsheim collection. LEARN MORE.
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