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In celebration of International Women's Day 2018, I have started a new blog highlighting early women photographers.

Some have not been studied previously and the blog will focus on pre-1860 photographic activity.  It will hopefully build into a useful online biographical resource starting with the third female member of the Photographic Society, Mary Ann Boulton.

Any additional information regarding these pioneering women is welcomed.

My Lunchtime Lecture at the National Portrait Gallery on 3rd May 2018 introduces new research in collaboration with Graham Harrison.  This talk will cover five women, all of who claim a photographic first.

https://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/event-root/may/lunchtime-lecture-030...

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Comment by Rose Teanby on March 13, 2018 at 13:29

Hi Marcel, yes that's the right one: https://roseteanbyphotography.co.uk/early-women-photographers/

That page links to all the rest as they are added.  Any additional information is welcome and intended to be a starting point to find new information wherever possible, all pre-1860.

I'd love to hear about any female emigrants!  Best wishes, Rose

Comment by Marcel Safier on March 13, 2018 at 13:22
Hello Rose, I had to do some searching to find your blog but figure it is here: https://roseteanbyphotography.co.uk/early-women-photographers/mary-.... I have an interest in early female photographers that worked in Australia and GB. Cheers! Marcel, Brisbane, Australia

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