Fourteen hand-painted lantern slides

Fourteen hand-painted lantern slides, 8" x 6", used at the Polytechnic Institution about 1860-78. (1-8) Alice in Wonderland (8 L.S.) (9)Vesuvius in eruption, painted by Childe and Donbell, dated Oct. 17 1868. (10) Desert scene with Ruins. (11-12) Mediaeval town square (2.L.S.). (13) Large Photo, No.13. (14) Tinted church ruins with seated figure in Arch. Gorge scene (Newton & Co.).

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Category:
Cinematography
Object Number:
1951-305
type:
magic lantern slides
credit:
The National Media Museum, Bradford
status:
Permanent collection

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