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lantern slide

[′lan·tərn ‚slīd]
(graphic arts)
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4) A horizontal slide guide, mounted on the outside of the lantern body, enabled the lantern slides to be quickly and smoothly introduced into the light stream and likewise changed.
3) During the next several decades, universities began transitioning from using lantern slides to this color film, called Kodachrome, for photographing microscopic images for use in lectures, teaching, and patient care.
In addition to the online items which specifically refer to pose slides there are a number of other lantern slides to be found within the standing collection which are not pose slides, such as stage effects used in other theatrical productions, a few slide samples from competitors, and a large number of technical slides used as lecture material.
Among several photographs of Ruskin and her father, the 1893 lantern slide of John Ruskin and Henry W.
Veale collection of glass lantern slides, Lake Bolac, ca.
That change required the availability of a large, inexpensively priced inventory of lantern slides.
Lantern services were held in the Chaco at least till the end of the 1920s in the monthly informal Sunday afternoon services, in which lantern slides and objects were used to illustrate and "bring more variety" (SAMM 62 [1928]: 34).
A digital display of magic lantern slides and other images from the culture collections photographs are on show to the public in the university's refurbished former library building.
Part of Collection of lantern slides of views of Australia, 1873-1900 [transparency].
The Herbert Read Collection comprises more than 1000 photographs consisting of a mixture of glass plates and film negatives, as well as prints and lantern slides.
Hattie Mae Nixon will enumerate Warner's life in China in the early 1900s and the development of the museum's collection through the presentation of glass lantern slides taken by Warner and her husband, Murray Warner.
Soin the 1920s I was packed off to the Band of Hope every Monday to watch lantern slides showing what the Demon Drink can do to your liver - not a pretty sight.