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These may be loose or in albums or they may be in the form of postcards or even fragile black and grey glass negatives.
These are daguerreotypes as invented by Daguerre in France.
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By the late 1850s the carte de visite appeared, a small photograph pasted onto a standard sized mount measuring approximately 4.25″ x 2.5″ (108mm x 63mm).
This was a much cheaper process and allowed copies to be taken from a negative.
Emily Jones, a student at Australian National University in Canberra, said she was dancing to the Daddy Cool song with a friend at a Burton and Garran Hall mixer last year when a group of male students approached them.'Several male peers circled us and linked arms with one another – effectively trapping us, and other women, in their circle,' she wrote afterwards in an article in the student newspaper, Woroni.'These men then dropped their pants to their ankles, and many watched on hungrily as women in the circle stripped off their shirts and danced.''Though I tried to leave the circle, some of my male peers blocked me from doing so.'Unsettled by the incident, Ms Jones said she decided to write an article about it and detailed the reaction in a second Woroni article published this week.
Around 1850, photos were produced which were actually weak negatives on glass but, when backed with a dark material or black paint, appeared as normal positive images: these were ambrotypes.
Both ambrotypes and daguerreotypes can be found in maroon ‘leather’ cases or highly ornate Union Cases made from a shiny and brittle thermoplastic material.
Family history and collecting old photographs are two very popular pastimes these days and old photographs can pose many questions such as ‘Who is it? Not many family photographs exist from that era unless they are beautiful images on a polished silver plate (that looks like a mirror).
If you are really lucky, you may have some early ones in ‘leather’ cases or in ornate shiny cases made of a black or brown plastic like material. Photography started in 1839 but at that time was really in the hands of a few scientists, professionals or wealthy amateurs.