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Text: T.C. Hepworth, The book of the lantern: being a practical guide to the working of the optical (or magic) lantern: with full and precise directions for making and coloring lantern pictures (New York: 1889)

Type of text
book
Format
278 pages, hardback
Dimensions
width 12.5 cm (4.9 inches), height 18.3 cm (7.2 inches)
Publication
New York, U.S.A.: 1889
Contributor

author: HEPWORTH, T.C., F.C.S.  (1844-1905)

Main language(s)
English
Notes

Book is ilustrated with engravings, with advertisements of lantern and slide manufacturers in the front and back endpapers. The author is credited on the title page as 'T.C. Hepworth, F.C.S., for many years lecturer at the Royal Polytechnic institution, London; Lecturer on photography at the Birbeck Institution, and editor of 'The Camera'.'

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