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PHOTOGRAPHIC CLUB, London 
The photographic album for the year 1855, being contributions from the members of the Photographic Club. 
Shelfmark: C.43.i.7. 
Publisher: [London] : Printed for the members of the Photographic Club by Charles Whittingham, [1856]. [94]p., [44] leaves of plates. 2° (44cm). 
Country: England 
Subject: Photography - England 
Acquisition: P 5 Oct 1859 
Notes: The leaves of plates have 43 albumen and salted paper prints pasted, with a facing page of letterpress description of the subjects, technical notes on processes and equipment. - Additional photograph pasted to titlepage. - Individual photographs dated 1850-1855. - With an inserted lithographed letter to H. W. Diamond from the Royal Institution of Great Britain, dated April 19, 1856 and signed John Barlow, M. A. Vice President and Secretary. 
Photographer: Members of the The Photographic Club 
Description or title: Photographers: Members of the The Photographic Club, 1855: Stewart, John; Bedford, Francis (1816-1894); Plunkett, William C.; Pollock, H.; Stokes, G.; Lynn, Mary Emma (b. 1813); Percy, Dr.; Taylor, Henry; Montizon, Count de; Mackinlay, Thomas G. (1809 or 10-1865); White, Henry (1819-1903); Rosling, Alfred; Howlett, Robert (1831-1858); Price, William Lake; Petley (Lieut.); Fenton, Roger (1819-1869); Horne, Fallon; Lutwidge, Robert William Skeffington (1802-1873); Turner, Benjamin Bracknell (1815-1894); Pollock, Arthur Julius; Coghill, Sir Joscelyn; Hennah, Thomas H.; Thoms, W. J.; Rejlander, Oscar Gustav (1813-1875); Gething, G. B.; Diamond, Hugh Welch (1809-1886); Delamotte, Philip Henry (1820-1889); Batson, Alfred; Llewellyn, John Dillwyn (1810-1882); Anthony, John; Shadbolt, George; Cundall, Joseph; Forrester, Joseph James (1809-1862); Major, Rev. John Richardson; Conway, Charles, Jun.; Knight, James; Fitzgerald, Otho; Currey, Francis Edmond (1814-1896); Vivian, W. Graham; Kerr, Hon. Arthur; Nicholl, W. H.; Marshall, Rev. Frederick Anthony Stansfeld (1813?-1874); Heilmann, J. J.; Mansell, Thomas Lukis (1809-1879).

Printers: Members of the The Photographic Club, 1855: Stewart, J.; Bedford, Francis (1816-1894); Plunkett, William C.; Pollock, Henry Alexander Radclyffe (1826-1899); Stokes, G.; Lynn, Mary E.; Percy, Dr.; Taylor, Henry; Montizon, Count de; Mackinlay, Thomas G.; White, H.; Rosling, Alfred; Howlett, Robert; Price, William Lake; Petley, L. 
Contains photos of: People. Landscapes. Buildings 
General photo size: From 12 x 9 cms to 20 x 26 cms 
Photographs:
1   Portrait of Sir John Herschel, Bart., F.R.S., Foreign Associate of the Institute of France. 
2   A study of plants. 
3   Grindelwald. 
4   Windsor Castle. 
5   Tenby Harbour, South Wales. 
6   Lane scene at Petistree, Suffolk. 
7   A pool with overhanging oak, near Little Pakington Church, Warwickshire. 
8   A sheltered nook. 
9   The hippopotamus at the Zoological Gardens, Regent's Park. 
10   Bodiam Castle, Sussex, from the south east. 
11   The garden chair. 
12   The Float at Swansea. 
13   The valley of the Mole. 
14   The miniature. 
15   Interior, Bramshill, Hants. 
16   Camp at Sebastopol. 
17   Youth and age. 
18   Salisbury Cathedral, from the Bishop's grounds. 
19   Bredicot Court, Worcestershire. 
20   Wye Bridge at Hereford. 
21   Gorge of Gondo, Switzerland. 
22   Wool Bridge, Dorsetshire. 
23   The Castle of Herstmonceaux, Sussex. 
24   Fortune-telling. 
25   Vale of Neath. 
26   The interior of the Abbey, Holyrood. 
27   Innocence. 
28   Babbicombe Bay. 
29   Piscator. 
30   Maxtoke Priory. 
31   Green meadows. 
32   The alms-house. 
33   Margins of the Douro, near to the Cachão de Valeira. 
34   Gateway to Borwick Hall, Lancashire. 
35   The village stile. 
36   Evening. 
37   The monastery belonging to the Castle of the Desmonds. 
38   The river Blackwater. 
39   Orangery and flower garden at Singleton, Glamorganshire. 
40   Eashing village. 
41   Crwmlyn viaduct, Monmouthshire. 
42   Lady Chapel, Peterborough Cathedral. 
43   L'Auberge de l'Etoile, Val d'Enfer, Grand Duché de Bade. 
44   Highland cottage, village of Ardnahèrra, Loch Fine, Argyleshire. 

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