HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY The Photographic Tent. A protophotographer tries a tent of his invention to frame the frosted glass and is clumsily interrupted in his scientific experience by the arrival of an Irish villager who as if he were at the popular Donnybrook fair in the Dublin district obeys the traditional call wherever you see a head hit her. Illustration from the humorous treatise entitled Photographic Pleasures. Popularly portrayed with pen and pencils by Cuthbert Bede BA stage name of Edward Bradley March 25 1827 December 12 1889 . see b w in 42011 T. McLean London 1855

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title: CHARGING - IRELAND INTERROMES THE ENGLISH PHOTOGRAPHER

subject date: 2009-10-09

caption: HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY The Photographic Tent. A protophotographer tries a tent of his invention to frame the frosted glass and is clumsily interrupted in his scientific experience by the arrival of an Irish villager who, as if he were at the popular Donnybrook fair in the Dublin district, obeys the traditional call 'wherever you see a head, hit her. Illustration from the humorous treatise entitled "Photographic Pleasures. Popularly portrayed with pen and pencils", by Cuthbert Bede, BA (stage name of Edward Bradley, March 25, 1827 - December 12, 1889). (see b / w in # 42011) T. McLean, London 1855

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image century : XIX

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