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Slide set: Greece: prehistoric, legendary, classical and modern (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 112 slides, in/before 1888)

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1888
Walter D. Welford and Henry Sturmey (compilers), The 'indispensable handbook' to the optical lantern: a complete cyclopaedia on the subject of optical lanterns, slides, and accessory apparatus (London: Iliffe & Son, 1888), 245

“Prehistoric, Legendary, Classical, and Modern, including Map , Ruins of Troy , Constantinople, with the Seraglio, the Bosphorus, and Entry of Mahomet II. (history here seems rather confused, however) , Cyprus, Ancient Athens , Costumes , Aphrodite in her Car , winding up with the Bay of Naples, which must have been in Greece, if ever, in very prehistoric times.”

1888
Walter D. Welford and Henry Sturmey (compilers), The 'indispensable handbook' to the optical lantern: a complete cyclopaedia on the subject of optical lanterns, slides, and accessory apparatus (London: Iliffe & Son, 1888), 245

“Prehistoric etc., Hades, Juno, Vesta, Ceres, and Diana grace this second section, together with a Grecian Banquet, a Marriage Procession, Storming a City, a Funeral Pyre, Modern Athens, a Greek Girl and Brigands after her.”

Lucerna ID  3003005

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 13 June 2015

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