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New book: How to Get the Most from Family Pictures

British Photographic History blog readers may be interested to learn that my latest book that has just been published by the Society of Genealogists. How to Get the Most from Family Pictures (London: SoG, 2011) includes inherited artworks, as well as family photographs, and spans the years c.1780-1950. It features around 220 images, the majority photographs encompassing daguerreotypes (including a late-1840s Claudet), ambrotypes, cdvs, cabinets, postcard photographs and amateur snapshots.

The book is priced £12.99  and is available from the SoG Online Shop (http://www.sog.org.uk/library/intro.shtml ) or it will be available at the forthcoming Who Do You Think You are? LIVE show being held at Olympia 25-27 February (http://www.whodoyouthinkyouarelive.co.uk/ ).   

 

Jayne Shrimpton, MA History of Dress

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