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Text: The new magic lantern journal: volume 8 number 1 (October 1996)

Type of text
periodical issue
Format
16 pages
Series
Publication
England: Magic Lantern Society, October 1996
Contributor
Main language(s)
English
Contents

Matthew Green, David Robinson, Thomas Stothard and James Heath, An unrecorded image and an early poetic lantern reference, p. 1

Mervyn Heard, Paul de Philipstahl and the Phantasmagoria in England, Scotland and Ireland: part one. Boo!, pp. 2-7

David Robinson, A late footnote, p. 7

Book review: new books, p. 7

Roberta Basano, The magic lantern as a toy, pp. 8-10

David Robinson, The first biunial, p. 11

Hudson John Powell, New light on Poole's Myrioramas, pp. 12-15

David Robinson, Exhibitions for the centenary, p. 15

David Robinson, Polytechnic redivivus, p. 16

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