"History of Photography. Bibliography and Reel GUIDES to the Microfilm Collection" ★ See PDF Links Below ★
THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY RESEARCH MICROFILM COLLECTION
The growth of interest in photography as an art form and as a physical medium has created a need among scholars for many of the early texts and other long out-of-print reference materials on the subject.
The microfilm collection, History of Photography, is a comprehensive collection of materials for research and the study of the history, technology, and aesthetics of photography, ranging from purely technical, theoretical tracts on the physics of photography to rare photographs made by some of the pioneers in the field.
The core of the collection is drawn from the holdings of the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House. It also encompasses materials from the extensive collections of other prominent libraries, including those at the New York Public Library and in Columbia University’s Epstean Collection.