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Slide set: The Victorian Age: or the glorious reign of Queen Victoria -- its events, inventions, and progress (lecture: Walter Tyler, 58-72 slides, 1897)

Known references to this set
Thomas Bedding (editor), The British Journal photographic almanac and photographer's daily companion 1898 (London: Greenwood & Co., 1897), 102

“The Victorian Age has been marvellously eventful. It will stand out in history as the most remarkable period England has known. They Queen has not only reigned longer than her predecessors, but she has ruled the nation better. She has seen her people advance in every province of life. It has been the age of Railroads, Steamboats, Telegraphs, Telephones, Electric Cables, Electric Light, and the Penny Post; the age of discovery and invention, and of marvellous expansion of Empire and increase of national wealth. All these things are splendidly illustrated and made to live in this fine set of Slides, with an instructive and wonderfully interesting reading.”

Catalogue entries (2)
1905
Catalogue of optical lantern slides (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1905), 191-192
Lucerna ID  3001241

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 6 August 2021

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