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Exhibition: 1858, London, Photographic Society More from this exhibition >
Exhibit number: 372  

Photographer: Crookes, Sir William (1832-1919) More by this photographer >
Full title: A Frame containing Two Specimens of the application of Photography to Meteorology. No 1 is a Photometeorograph of the Atmospheric Wave which passed over Europe in November 1854. No 2 is a Photometeorograph of a STORM, showing its effect on the Barometer, Dry- and Wet-Bulb Thermometers, and Rain Gauge. No 2 was printed from the original daily curves, which were Photographed in the Self-registering Meteorological Instruments at the Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford. No 1 was obtained by joining the original sheets from the Barograph and taking a reduced Photographic copy of them, from which the above was printed.
Process: Waxed-paper   [Wax-paper] More by this process >

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