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Slide set: Volcanoes (lecture: Newton & Co., 69-85 slides, 1895)

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Vesuvian Eruption, April, 1906
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Railway traversed by large Lava Stream which has buried signal-house one storey deep and caused rails to buckle by expansion (27th April, 1906)
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Great Cone of Vesuvius, seen from the Atrio, beneath N.W. limb of Somma escarpment, showing the new truncation and the baranco scoring of the sides as the result of the dry slip of the fragmentary eje
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Great Cone of Vesuvius showing its truncation as seen from Punta del Nasone, Somma (4th May, 1906)
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A 'Flotation Bomb' (Johnston-Lavis), with a nucleus of masonry, on new lava near Torre Annunziata (April, 1906)
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East End of Escarpment of Somma. Screes increased and added to by the new ejecta. Curious lines due to the subsequent rain
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Looking up the Atrio del Cavallo, showing the Great Cone, the Colle Umberto, and the slopes of Somma buried in lapilli and dust (ash) (4th May, 1906)
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New Lava that flowed along the railway cutting above Torre Annunziata (27th April, 1906)
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Collapse and Slipping S.S.W. side of Great Cone of Vesuvius over point of issue of the first lava stream. Taken from the Pedimentina
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Streets of Ottajano, showing their state; end of April, 1906
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Great Cone, as seen from Punta del Nasone on 4th May, 1906, at the time of a dust explosion
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N.N.E. Side of the Great Cone of Vesuvius, showing rift (30th April, 1906)
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Bridge near Boscotrecase being pushed bodily on by lava that was too viscous to drain entirely through it (28th April, 1906)
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First Photo Panorama of Crater after the Eruption. Taken from the N.N.E. lip (4th May, 1906)
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in stock of Newton & Co., 1895-1913 (item ref. AE)

Main type of image
photograph
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
1895
People involved in slide production

JOHNSTON-LAVIS, Professor H.J.  (1856-1914) – photographer, all 85 slides

Notes

The October 1895 advertisement for this set gives the number of slides as 63 (though that may be a printer's error). The 1899 Newton catalogue lists 69 slides, while the 1909 and 1913 editions list an additional 16 slides (70-85) of the 1906 eruption of Vesuvius.

Collections

13 slides in J. Barnes Collection

13 slides in Manchester Museum Collection

13 slides known to exist in private collection

Lucerna ID  3008539

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 25 May 2021

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