lantern slide


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lantern slide

[′lan·tərn ‚slīd]
(graphic arts)
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The hyalotype lantern slide was created in one of two processes, either contact or reduction prints.
A, Leitz Edinger Apparatus, circa 1910, used to align a Lantern Slide camera to a microscope, B, Bausch and Lomb Carbon Arc Balopticon C Lantern Slide Projector, circa 1908, used to project images from Lantern Slides.
The Joel Rubin Collection includes several boxes of magic lantern slides, including 105 identified pose slides dating from around 1909.
That change required the availability of a large, inexpensively priced inventory of lantern slides.
Exactly how audiences in lantern slide lectures across late Victorian Britain reacted to the image of the St.
Then I bought a Victorian lantern slide of a convict ship on the River Tyne and wondered if I could enlarge it.
Visitors can make their own magic lantern slide re-creating the Victorian equivalent to the television.
The magic lantern slide picture of Coventry in the 1830s shows County Hall and the new jail with its 20ft security fence.
One popular lantern slide program was "The Life and Work of David Livingstone," a series of forty colored slides produced by the London Missionary Society about 1900.
Ernie Biddle knew that I was a lantern slide collector and if they had some in an auction that didn't sell they would offer them to me.
A saucy magic lantern slide from the exhibition' Pete James (left) head of photography at Birminghamn Central Library with historian Mike Simkin
There was a large meeting hall in which other activities were also provided such as keep fit, fencing, lantern slide shows and silent movies.