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www.military-photos.comAn informative website devoted to French military photographs.
Luminous-Lint An ambitious website that aims to become the world's leading knowledge-base for the history of photography. A collaborative effort with contributions from dealers, galleries, collectors and institutions around the world.
The work of T. EnamiA truly beautiful website dedicated entirely to the work of the Japanese photographer T. Enami, including full biographical details, an interesting analysis of his style, and many examples of his work.
Art of the PhotogravureA comprehensive resource dedicated to the photogravure. Lavishly illustrated, this is one of the classiest websites around.
Michel MegninTwo websites in one, both hosted by photo-historian Michel Megnin. One is dedicated to the work of Lehnert and Landrock, the other to the history of photography in Algeria during the nineteenth century, with particular emphasis on the carte-de-visite.See also his excellent book La photo-carte en Algérie au XIXe siècle (2007).
Un regard sous les dessous du second empireA beautifully presented website dedicated to the demi-mondaines of the Second Empire, with many rare and wonderful portraits of famous courtesans and actresses.
The London Stereoscopic CompanyA superb website dedicated to the stereoviews produced by the London Stereoscopic Company, with sections detailing the history of the company and the work of T.R. Williams, illustrated with many stereoviews from his 'Scenes in Our Village' series. An invaluable source and fascinating reading for anyone with even a passing interest in stereoviews.
J. Cosmas Vintage PhotographyA website offering an eclectic collection of fine vintage photography.
The Secret VictorianistA fascinating blog dedicated to lesser known nineteenth-century novels and plays which were enormously successful in their day but are now forgotten.
Paul Frecker: Nineteenth-Century PhotographyGallery selling various formats of antique photography, including cartes-de-visite, stereoviews, cabinet prints, ambrotypes and albumen prints