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Princeton Bibliophiles & Collectors: Photographically illustrated books in the Nineteenth Century - A New Light on the Visual (a virtual event)

Presented virtually by Alan Griffiths, founder-manager of website, Luminous-Lint

Luminous-Lint is used worldwide by curators, educators, photography students, photo-historians, collectors, and photographers. The website has about 125,000 images from more than 4,000 sources, including books, and information about more than 20,000 photographers, with examples of their work. The site is indexed by more than 14,000 visual indexes and more than 1,000 topics with linked histories of photography. New information is regularly added to the site.  


Photo: 1862 photographic print of a picture of the moon; early, possibly the first, published photograph of the moon, a mounted albumen paper print. Pieter Jan Kaiser, 1862  thesis, Leiden.

Wednesday, March 15, 2023
4:00pm - 5:00pm
  First-Year Graduate Students     Friends of Princeton University Library     Independent Scholar / Outside Researcher     Member of the Public     Princeton Alumni     Princeton Faculty/Researcher     Princeton Staff     Princeton Student     Student Friends of Princeton University Library  
  Friends of the Princeton University Library Event  
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This virtual event is part of a regular series of meetings and talks presented by the Princeton Bibiliophiles & Collectors. 

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