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Thomas Annan of Glasgow

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Lionel Gossman

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11:1 William Henry Fox Talbot, “The Open Door,” from The Pencil of Nature (London: Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1844), Plate VI. Salted paper print. Rare Book Division, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 9

21:2 William Henry Fox Talbot, “Haystack,” from The Pencil of Nature, Plate X. Salted paper print. Rare Book Division, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 9

31:3 William Henry Fox Talbot (attributed to), “The Fruit Sellers.” 1844. Salted paper print. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Gilman Collection, Purchase, Harriette and Noel Levine Gift, 2005, Accession Number 2005.100.607. ©Metropolitan Museum. http://www.metmuseum.org/​collection/​the-collection-online/​search/​283067 10

41:4 David Octavius Hill, “Dunstaffnage,” from The Poetical Works of the Ettrick Shepherd. With an autobiography; and illustrative engravings, chiefly from original drawings by D.O. Hill. R.S.A, vol. 3 (Glasgow, Edinburgh and London: Blackie and Son, [1838]). Frontispiece. Princeton University Library. 10

51:5 D.O. Hill, “Loch Lomond,” from The Land of Burns. A Series of Landscapes and Portraits Illustrative of the Life and Writings of the Scottish Poet. The landscapes made expressly for the work by D.O. Hill, Esq., R.S.A, vol. 2 (Glasgow: Blackie and Son, 1840), facing p. 45. Princeton University Library. 11

61:6 D.O. Hill, “Scene on the Girvan,” from The Land of Burns, vol. 1, facing p. 66. Princeton University Library. 11

71:7 D.O. Hill, “Feu de joie-Taymouth Castle.” 1835. Oil on panel. Courtesy of Perth Museum & Art Gallery, Perth & Kinross Council. 11

81:8 D.O. Hill and Robert Adamson, “Edinburgh Ale: James Ballantine, Dr. George William Bell and David Octavius Hill.” Ca. 1844. Salted paper print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Edinburgh_Ale_by_Hill_%26_Adamson_c1844.png 12

91:9 Hill and Adamson, “Presbytery of Dumbarton.” 1843-1847. Salted paper print. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Gift of Mrs. Pirie MacDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tutchings, 1943, Accession Number 43.10.49. © Metropolitan Museum. http://www.metmuseum.org/​collection/​the-collection-online/​search/​268803?rpp=30&pg=1&ft=presbytery+of+dumbarton&pos=1 12

101:10 Hill and Adamson, “Newhaven Fishermen.” 1845. Salted paper print. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1937, Accession Number: 37.98.1.78. © Metropolitan Museum. http://www.metmuseum.org/​collection/​the-collection-online/​search/​268457 13

111:11 Hill and Adamson, “Newhaven Fisher Girls.” 1843-1847. Salted paper print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​Category:Hill_%26_Adamson%23/​media/​File:Newhaven_fishergirls.jpg 13

121:12 Hill and Adamson, “A Newhaven Pilot.” Ca. 1845. Salted paper print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​Category:Hill_%26_Adamson%23/​media/​File:%27A_Newhaven_Pilot%27.jpg 14

131:13 Hill and Adamson, “Willie Liston: Redding the Line.” 1845. Salted paper print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Willie_Liston,_’Redding_(cleaning_or_preparing)_the_line’,_Newhaven_fisherman.jpg 14

141:14 Hill and Adamson, “His Faither’s Breeks.” 1844. Salted paper print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​Category:Hill_%26_Adamson%23/​media/​File:His_Faither%E2%80%99s_Breeks.jpg 14

151:15 Hill and Adamson, “Lady Ruthven.” Ca. 1845. Salted paper print. Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Rubel Collection, Purchase, Manfred Heiting and Lila Acheson Wallace Gifts, 1997, Accession Number 1997.382.18. © Metropolitan Museum. http://www.metmuseum.org/​collection/​the-collection-online/​search/​282021?rpp=30&pg=1&ft=lady+ruthven&pos=1 14

161:16 Thomas Rodger, “Four Generations of Rodger.” 1856. Collage of four photographic portraits. St. Andrews University Photographic Collection, ALB-49-56. Courtesy of St. Andrews University Library. 15

171:17 Thomas Rodger, “Thomas Rodger senior playing the bellows with Hungarian violinist Eduard Remeny.” In album. St. Andrews University Photographic Collection, ALB-49-12. Courtesy of St. Andrews University Library. 15

181:18 George Washington Wilson, “Queen Victoria on ‘Fyvie’ with John Brown.” 1863. Carte-de-visite. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Queen_Victoria,_photographed_by_George_Washington_Wilson_(1863).jpg 16

191:19 George Washington Wilson, “Castle Urquhart.” 1867. Albumen print. Photographs of English and Scottish Scenery (Aberdeen: Printed by John Duffus, 1866-1868). British Library. http://www.bl.uk/​onlinegallery/​onlineex/​earlyphotos/​c/​largeimage53419.html%20 16

201:20 George Washington Wilson, “Pass of Beal Ach Nam Bo.” 1868. Albumen print. Photographs of English and Scottish Scenery. British Library. http://www.bl.uk/​onlinegallery/​onlineex/​earlyphotos/​t/​006tro10370cc35u00012000.html 16

211:21 James Valentine, “In the Vault, Dundee.” 1878. Gelatin dry plate negative. St. Andrews University Photographic Collection, JV-916A. Courtesy of St. Andrews University Library. 17

221:22 James Valentine, “Jedburgh Abbey, Norman doorway.” 1878. Sepiatype (Vandyke Print). St. Andrews University Photographic Collection, JV-366. Courtesy of St. Andrews University Library. 17

231:23 James Valentine, “Newport Arch, Lincoln.” 1865-1880. Albumen print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Newport_Arch,_late_19th_century.jpg 17

241:24 John Thomson, “Halfpenny Ices,” from J. Thomson, F. R. G. S. and Adolph Smith, Street Life in London (London: Samson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1877). Woodburytype. The London School of Economics and Political Science Digital Library, CC BY-NC-SA. http://digital.library.lse.ac.uk/​objects/​lse:gox325doj%20 18

251:25 John Thomson, “The Temperance Sweep,” from Street Life in London. Woodburytype. The London School of Economics and Political Science Digital Library, CC BY-NC-SA. http://digital.library.lse.ac.uk/​objects/​lse:qav226jay 18

261:26 John Thomson, “Amoy Boys,” from Illustrations of China and its People, vol. 2 (London: Samson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle, 1873), Plate XIV. Woodburytype. MIT Visualizing Cultures, CC BY-NC-SA.http://ocw.mit.edu/​ans7870/​21f/​21f.027/​john_thomson_china_03/​ct_gal_02_thumb.html 18

271:27 Alexander Gardner, “Abraham Lincoln and His Second Son Thomas (Tad).” Albumen print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Alexander_Gardner_(American,_born_Scotland_-_(Abraham_Lincoln_and_His_Second_Son_Thomas_(Tad))_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg 19

281:28 Alexander Gardner, “Ditch at Antietam.” 1862. Albumen print. Library of Congress, LC-DIG-cwpb-01088. http://lcweb2.loc.gov/​service/​pnp/​cwpb/​01000/​01088v.jpg 19

291:29 Alexander Gardner, “Washington Navy Yard, District of Columbia. Lewis Payne, in sweater, seated and manacled.” 1865. Albumen print. Library of Congress, LC-DIG-cwpb-04212. http://www.loc.gov/​pictures/​item/​cwp2003006172/​PP/​ 20

301:30 William Carrick, “Knife Grinder.” Russia, 1870. Albumen print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Carrick,_Knifegrinder.jpg 20

311:31 Robert Macpherson, “Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican.” 1872. Albumen print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:MacPherson,_Robert_(1811-1872)_-_Museo_Chiaramonti_-_Vatican.jpg 21

321:32 William Notman, “Jefferson Davis and Mrs Davis.” 1867. Albumen print. McCord Museum, Montreal, QC. © McCord Museum, I-28147.1. CC BY-NC-ND. http://www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/​scripts/​large.php?accessnumber=I-28147.1&zoomify=true&Lang=1&imageID=166927 21

331:33 Horatio Ross, “Stag in Cart.” 1858. Albumen print. Metropolitan Museum. Gilman Collection, Museum Purchase, 2005, Accession Number 2005.100.16. © Metropolitan Museum. http://www.metmuseum.org/​collection/​the-collection-online/​search/​283088?rpp=30&pg=2&ft=horatio+ross&pos=35 21

341:34 John Moffat, “William Henry Fox Talbot.” 1864. Albumen print. Wikimedia. http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​Category:Henry_Fox_Talbot%23/​media/​File:William_Henry_Fox_Talbot,_by_John_Moffat,_1864.jpg 22

351:35 Archibald Burns, “Cardinal Beaton’s House, Cowgate, Edinburgh,” from Picturesque “bits” from old Edinburgh: a series of photographs, with descriptive and historical notes by Thomas Henderson (Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1868). Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 22

361:36 Clementina Fleeming, Lady Hawarden, “Studies from Life; Isabella Grace and Clementina Maude, 5 Princes Gardens.” 1863. Albumen print from wet collodion on glass negative. Given by Lady Clementina Tottenham. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, PH267. © Victoria and Albert Museum. http://collections.vam.ac.uk/​item/​O72732/​studies-from-life-or-photographic-photograph-hawardenclementina-viscountess/​ 23

371:37 Clementina Fleeming, Lady Hawarden, Untitled (Clementina and Isabella Grace). 1863-1864. Albumen print. Given by Lady Clementina Tottenham, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, PH266-1947. © Victoria and Albert Museum.http://collections.vam.ac.uk/​item/​O1047886/​photograph-clementina-lady-hawarden/​ 23

381:38 Thomas Keith, “Unidentified Close” (probably Reid’s Close). 1854-1856. Paper negative. City of Edinburgh Council — Libraries. (www. capitalcollections. org. uk). By kind permission of the City of Edinburgh Council. 24

391:39 Thomas Keith, “Tower of St Giles from Parliament House, Edinburgh.” Paper negative. City of Edinburgh Council — Libraries. (www. capitalcollections. org. uk). By kind permission of the City of Edinburgh Council. 24

402:1 Joseph Noël Paton, “The Capture or The Slave Hunt,” from Bond and Free: Five sketches illustrative of slavery by J. Noël Paton; photographed by Thomas Annan (Glasgow: Maclure and MacDonald, 1863), Plate 3. Reproduced in Alfred T. Story, “Sir Noël Paton: His Life and Work,” The Art Journal (1895), 97-128 (p. 98). Marquand Library, Princeton University. 33

412:2 Joseph Noël Paton, “Freedom,” from Bond and Free, Plate 5. Reproduced in Sunday Magazine (1 June 1865, pp. 672-76). Princeton Theological Seminary Library. 33

422:3 David Octavius Hill, “In Memoriam: The Calton.” 1862. Oil on panel. City Art Centre: Edinburgh Museums and Galleries. By kind permission of Edinburgh Museums and Galleries.http://www.bbc.co.uk/​arts/​yourpaintings/​paintings/​in-memoriam-the-calton-93390 34

432:4 Thomas Annan, Photograph of D.O. Hill’s “Disruption” painting (“First General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland. Signing the Act of Separation and Deed of Demission at Tanfield, Edinburgh, May 1843”). 1868. Carbon print. By kind permission of the photograph’s owner, Roddy Simpson, who also generously provided a high resolution digital copy of the print. 35

442:5 Sir George Hayter, “The House of Commons, 1833.” 1833-1843. Oil on canvas. © National Portrait Gallery, London, Asset no. 54. By kind permission of the National Portrait Gallery. 36

452:6 William Powell Frith, “The Marriage of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales with Princess Alexandra of Denmark, St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, 10 March, 1863.” Oil on canvas. 1865. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:William_Powell_Frith_-_The_Marriage_of_the_Prince_of_Wales,_10_March_1863.JPG 36

462:7 George Washington Wilson, “Aberdeen Portraits No. 1.” 1857. Albumen silver print. Metropolitan Museum. The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Fund, through Joyce and Robert Menschel, 2011, Accession Number 2011.424. © Metropolitan Museum.http://www.metmuseum.org/​collection/​the-collection-online/​search/​298968?rpp=30&pg=1&ft=george+washington+wilson&pos=4 37

472:8 John Trumbull, “The Declaration of Independence.” 1818. Oil on canvas. Installed in Rotunda of U. S. Capitol, Washington, D. C., 1826. Architect of the Capitol.http://www.aoc.gov/​capitol-hill/​historicrotunda-paintings/​declaration-independence. 37

483:1 Thomas Annan, Portrait of David Livingstone. 1864. Carbon print. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​Category:David_Livingstone?uselang=de 41

493:2 Thomas Annan, Portrait of Horatio McCulloch, from Alexander Fraser, Scottish Landscape: The Works of Horatio McCulloch, R. S. A. (Edinburgh: Andrew Eliot, 1872). Frontispiece. Carbon print. British Library.http://www.bl.uk/​catalogues/​photographyinbooks/​Photo.ASP?PhotoID=3536 42

503:3 Thomas Annan, Portrait of William T. Gairdner, Professor of the Practice of Medicine, from Memorials of the Old College of Glasgow (Glasgow: Thomas Annan; James MacLehose, 1871), Plate XVI. Albumen print. Courtesy of University of Glasgow Library, Department of Special Collections.http://encore.lib.gla.ac.uk/​iii/​encore/​record/​C__Rb1168827?lang=eng.com/​imageview.php?inum=TGSD00018 42

513:4 Thomas Annan, Portrait of Thomas Barclay, Principal of Glasgow University 1858-1873, from Memorials of the Old College of Glasgow. Unnumbered plate. Albumen print. Courtesy of University of Glasgow Library, Department of Special Collections.http://encore.lib.gla.ac.uk/​iii/​encore/​record/​C__Rb1168827?lang=eng.com/​imageview.php?inum=TGSD00018 43

523:5 John Fergus of Largs, William Lloyd Garrison (American abolitionist). Albumen cabinet card. 1870s. National Portrait Gallery, London. Asset Number x28191. © National Portrait Gallery. By kind permission of the National Portrait Gallery. 43

533:6 John Fergus of Largs, carte-de-visite portrait of Henry Morton Stanley (Explorer). Carbon print published by Eglington & Co., 1890. National Portrait Gallery, London, Asset Number Ax5497. © National Portrait Gallery. By kind permission of the National Portrait Gallery. 44

543:7 Sir Henry Raeburn, “Francis Horner.” 1812. Oil on canvas. National Portrait Gallery, London, Asset Number 485. © National Portrait Gallery, London. By kind permission of the National Portrait Gallery. 44

553:8 D.O. Hill and Robert Adamson, Portrait of D.O. Hill. 1843-1847. Salted paper print. Wikipedia.http://en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​David_Octavius_Hill 45

563:9 D.O. Hill and Robert Adamson, Portrait of Mrs. Anna Brownell Jameson. 1844. Salted paper print. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​Category:Hill_%26_Adamson 46

573:10 Dr. John Adamson, “Potato Head.” 1855. Salted paper print. St. Andrews University Photographic Collection, ALB-6-158. Courtesy of St. Andrews University Library. 46

583:11 Dr. John Adamson, “The Sick Baby” (Professor Hugh Lyon Playfair and Professor William Macdonald). 1855. Salted paper print. St. Andrews University Photographic Collection, ALB-6-131-1. Courtesy of St. Andrews University Library. 47

593:12 Thomas Rodger, Portrait of Thomas Rodger Senior in Fishwives’Costume. 1860. In album. St. Andrews University Photographic Collection, ALB-49-11. Courtesy of St. Andrews University. 47

604:1 “Château de Dunderaw sur le Lac Fine,” from François-Alexandre Pernot and Amédée Pichot, Vues pittoresques de l’Écosse (Paris: Charles Gosselin et Lami-Denozan, 1826; Brussels: A. Wahlen, A. Dewasme, 1827). Courtesy of Ancestry Images.http://www.ancestryimages.com/​proddetail.php?prod=e9765 55

614:2 D.O. Hill, “Drumlanrig Castle,” from The Land of Burns (as in Fig. 1:6), vol. 2, facing p. 20. 55

624:3 John Fleming, “Loch Maree,” from Select Views of the Lakes of Scotland: from Original Paintings by John Fleming engraved by Joseph Swan; with historical and descriptive illustrations by John M. Leighton (Glasgow: J. Swan, [1834-1840]). Princeton University Library. 55

634:4 “The Saltmarket,” from James Pagan, Sketch of the History of Glasgow (Glasgow: Robert Stuart, 1847), facing p. 161; originally plate 20 of “Illustrated Letterpaper comprising a Series of Views in Glasgow” (Glasgow: Allen and Ferguson, 1843).https://archive.org/​stream/​sketchhistorygl00pagagoog 56

644:5 Thomas Annan, “Stonebyres Linn,” from his Photographs of the Clyde (Glasgow: Andrew Duthie, 1867). Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 56

654:6 Thomas Annan, “Hamilton Palace,” from his Photographs of the Clyde. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 56

664:7 Thomas Annan, “Bothwell Castle,” from his Photographs of the Clyde. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 57

674:8 Thomas Annan, “Castle, Little Cumbray,” from John Eaton Reid, History of the County of Bute and Families connected therewith (Glasgow: T. Murray and Son, 1864). British Library, London.http://www.bl.uk/​onlinegallery/​onlineex/​earlyphotos/​c/​largeimage54199.html 57

684:9 Thomas Annan, “Loch Ranza Castle,” from History of the County of Bute. British Library, London.http://www.bl.uk/​onlinegallery/​onlineex/​earlyphotos/​l/​largeimage54202.html 58

694:10 Thomas Annan, “Tomb, St. Mary’s Chapel, Rothesay,” from History of the County of Bute. British Library, London.http://www.bl.uk/​onlinegallery/​onlineex/​earlyphotos/​t/​largeimage54195.html 58

704:11 John Knox, “The Head of Glen Sannox.” Oil on canvas. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Knox_John_Glen_Sannox.jpg 58

714:12 Thomas Annan, “Glen Sannox,” from History of the County of Bute. British Library, London.http://www.bl.uk/​onlinegallery/​onlineex/​earlyphotos/​g/​largeimage54200.html 59

724:13 Thomas Annan, “Dumbarton Castle.” Exhibited 1864. © CSG CIC Glasgow Museums and Libraries Collection: The Mitchell Library, Special Collections. 59

734:14 John Knox, “Landscape with tourists at Loch Katrine.” Ca. 1820. Oil on canvas. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:John_Knox_-_Landscape_with_Tourists_at_Loch_Katrine_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg 60

744:15 W. Miller, “Loch Katrine,” engraving by W. Miller after painting by J. M. W. Turner. Published in The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. (Edinburgh: Robert Cadell & Whittaker, 1833-1834). Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Loch_Katrine_engraving_by_William_Miller_after_Turner_R507.jpg 60

754:16 William Henry Fox Talbot, “Loch Katrine,” from H. Fox Talbot, Esq., F. R. S., Sun Pictures in Scotland (London: [n. pub.], 1845), Plate 16. Salted paper print. Division of Rare Books, Marquand Library, Princeton University. 60

764:17 Alexander Nasmyth, “Landscape, Loch Katrine.” 1862. Oil on canvas. Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow. Courtesy of Glasgow Museums Collection. 60

774:18 Horatio McCulloch, “Loch Katrine.” 1866. Oil on canvas. Courtesy of Perth Museum & Art Gallery, Perth & Kinross Council. 61

784:19 Thomas Annan, “Loch Katrine and Ellen’s Isle and Ben Venue,” from Glasgow Corporation Water Works. Photographic Views of Loch Katrine, and of some of the principal works constituted for introducing the water of Loch Katrine into the city of Glasgow (Glasgow: Printed by James C. Erskine, 1889). Albumen print. (Original photograph, 1859). Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 61

794:20 Thomas Annan, “Aqueduct Bridge near Duntreath Castle, 22 miles from Loch Katrine,” from Glasgow Corporation Water Works. Albumen print. (Original photograph, 1859). Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 62

804:21 Thomas Annan, “Endrick Valley looking South,” from Glasgow Corporation Water Works. Albumen print. (Original photograph, 1859). Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 62

814:22 Thomas Annan, “Glasgow Corporation Water Commissioners at Loch Katrine, 1886,” from Glasgow Corporation Water Works. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 63

824:23 Thomas Annan, “Glasgow Water Commissioners at Loch Katrine, 1878,” from Glasgow Corporation Water Works. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 63

834:24 Thomas Annan, “Glasgow Water Commissioners at opening of a new aqueduct, 1886,” from Glasgow Corporation Water Works. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 64

844:25 Engraving from a photograph by Annan in Illustrated London News, 15 October 1859. Princeton University Library. 64

854:26 “Views of the Loch Katrine water works,” Illustrated London News, 22 October 1859. Princeton University Library. 65

864:27 George Washington Wilson, “Loch Katrine. The Silver Strand,” from Photographs of English and Scottish Scenery, vol. 11 (Aberdeen: Printed by John Duffus, 1865-1868). Albumen print. Also in Sir Walter Scott, The Lady of the Lake (Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1869). British Library, London.http://www.bl.uk/​onlinegallery/​onlineex/​earlyphotos/​t/​largeimage53432.html 66

874:28 George Washington Wilson, “Ellen’s Isle, Loch Katrine.” 1870s. Albumen print. Smith College Art Museum, SC 1982-38-565. Purchased with Hillyer-Tryon-Mather Fund, with funds given in memory of Nancy Newhall (Nancy Parker, class of 1930) and in honor of Beaumont Newhall, and with funds given in honor of Ruth Wedgwood Kennedy. Courtesy of Smith College Art Museum. 66

884:29 James Valentine, “Loch Katrine. Trossachs from Roderick Dhu’s Watch Tower.” 1878. Gelatin dry plate negative. St. Andrews University Photographic Collection, JV-270. A. Courtesy of St. Andrews University Library. 66

895:1 Thomas Annan, “Bedlay,” from The Old Country Houses of the Old Glasgow Gentry, 2nd enlarged edition (Glasgow: James MacLehose, 1878). Carbon print. (The photographs in the first edition of 1870 are albumen prints.) Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 76

905:2 Thomas Annan, “Cochna,” from The Old Country Houses. Carbon print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 76

915:3 Thomas Annan, “Craighead,” from The Old Country Houses. Carbon print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 77

925:4 Thomas Annan, “Hunterston Castle, West Kilbride,” from Castles and Mansions of Ayrshire, illustrated in seventy views (Edinburgh: W. Paterson, 1885). Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 77

935:5 Thomas Annan, “Mount Charles,” from Castles and Mansions of Ayrshire. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 78

945:6 Thomas Annan, “Ardeer,” from Castles and Mansions of Ayrshire. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 78

955:7 Thomas Annan, “The College from College Street,” from the album Photographs of Glasgow College (Glasgow: T. Annan, [1866?]). Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 79

965:8 Thomas Annan, “The Outer Court with the great stair leading to the Fore-Hall,” from Photographs of Glasgow College. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 79

975:9 Thomas Annan, “The Outer Court from the top of the Fore-Hall stair,” another view, from Photographs of Glasgow College. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 80

985:10 Thomas Annan, “Archway in Inner Court looking towards the Outer Court with Zachary Boyd’s bust,” from Photographs of Glasgow College. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 80

995:11 Thomas Annan, “Hunterian Museum,” from Memorials of the Old College of Glasgow (Glasgow: Thomas Annan; James MacLehose, 1871), reproduced in University of Glasgow Old and New, illustrated with views and portraits in photogravure (Glasgow: T.& R. Annan & Sons; James MacLehose, 1891), Plate 16. Division of Rare Books, Marquand Library, Princeton University. 81

1005:12 Thomas Annan, “The Professors’Court,” from Photographs of Glasgow College. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 81

1015:13 Thomas Annan, “Interior of Hunterian Museum,” from Memorials of the Old College of Glasgow, reproduced in University of Glasgow Old and New, Plate 17. Division of Rare Books, Marquand Library, Princeton University. 82

1025:14 Thomas Annan, Portrait of Professor Allan Thomson, Professor of Anatomy at Glasgow from 1848 to 1877, from Memorials of the Old College of Glasgow. Albumen print. Courtesy of University of Glasgow Library, Department of Special Collections.http://encore.lib.gla.ac.uk/​iii/​encore/​record/​C__Rb1168827?lang=eng.com/​imageview.php?inum=TGSD00018 82

1035:15 Charles Marville, “Impasse Briare.” 1868. Albumen print. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Charles_Marville,_Impasse_Briare_(de_la_Cit%C3%A9_Coquenard).jpg 83

1045:16 Charles Marville, “Rue Traversine (from the rue d’Arras).” Ca. 1868. Albumen print. Metropolitan Museum, Gift of Howard Stein, 2010. Accession Number 2010.513.2. © Metropolitan Museum.http://www.metmuseum.org/​collection/​the-collection-online/​search/​283713?rpp=30&pg=2&ft=marville%2c+charles&pos=33 83

1055:17 Eugène Atget, “Hôtel de Sens, rue de l’Hôtel de Ville.” Early 1900s. Albumen print. Metropolitan Museum. The Rubel Collection, Gift of William Rubel, 1997. Accession Number 1997.398.2. ©Metropolitan Museum.http://www.metmuseum.org/​collection/​the-collection-online/​search/​282111?rpp=30&pg=1&ft=atget+hotel+de+sens&pos=1 84

1065:18 Henry Dixon, “Old Houses in Drury Lane.” 1880. Albumen print. British Library, London.http://www.bl.uk/​onlinegallery/​onlineex/​earlyphotos/​o/​largeimage54365.html 84

1075:19 Thomas Annan, “Glasgow Bridge and Harbour,” from Photographs of Glasgow, with descriptive letterpress by Rev. A. G. Forbes (Glasgow: Andrew Duthie, [1868]), Plate III. Albumen print. Courtesy of Fine Arts Library, Harvard University. 85

1085:20 Thomas Annan, “Trongate and Cross,” from Photographs of Glasgow, Plate IX. Albumen print. Courtesy of Fine Arts Library, Harvard University. 85

1095:21 Thomas Annan, “George Square,” from Photographs of Glasgow, Plate II. Albumen print. Courtesy of Fine Arts Library, Harvard University. 86

1105:22 Thomas Annan, “Royal Exchange,” from Photographs of Glasgow, Plate XIII. Albumen print. Courtesy of Fine Arts Library, Harvard University. 86

1115:23 Thomas Annan, “Buchanan Street,” from Photographs of Glasgow, Plate XII. Albumen print. Courtesy of Fine Arts Library, Harvard University. 87

1125:24 Thomas Annan, “West End Park,” from Photographs of Glasgow, Plate X. Albumen print. Courtesy of Fine Arts Library, Harvard University. 87

1135:25 Thomas Annan, “Gilmorehill,” from The Old Country Houses of the Old Glasgow Gentry, 2nd enlarged edition (Glasgow: James MacLehose, 1878). Carbon print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 88

1146:1 David Octavius Hill, “Opening of the Glasgow and Garnkirk Railway in 1831” with a view of the Tennant chemical works, St. Rollox. Lithograph after an original painting, from D.O. Hill, Views of the Opening of the Glasgow and Garnkirk Railway (Edinburgh: Alex Hill, 1832). ©CSG CIC Glasgow Museums and Libraries Collection: The Mitchell Library, Special Collections. 109

1156:2 Shadow [Alexander Brown], Midnight Scenes and Social Photographs being Sketches of Life in the Streets, Wynds and Dens of the City (Glasgow: Thomas Murray, 1858). Cover design. Division of Rare Books, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 110

1166:3 George Cruickshank, from Midnight Scenes and Social Photographs. Frontispiece. Division of Rare Books. Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 110

1176:4 Jacob Riis, “Bandits’Roost,” from his How the Other Half Lives: Studies among the Tenements of New York, with Illustrations chiefly from Photographs taken by the Author (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1890), p. 63. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Jacob_Riis_-_Bandits’_Roost.jpg 111

1186:5 Jacob Riis, “Mullen’s Alley, Cherry Hill.” 1888. Museum Syndicate.http://www.museumsyndicate.com/​item.php?item=42940 111

1196:6 O. G. Rejlander, Swedish/English, 1813-1875, No title (The Virgin in Prayer). Ca. 1858-60. Albumen silver photograph. 20.2 x 15.4 cm irreg. (image and sheet). National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne. Purchased 2002. 112

1206:7 Sassoferrato, “The Virgin in Prayer.” 1638-1652. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Sassoferrato_-_Madonna_in_prayer_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg 112

1216:8 Thomas Annan, “Closes, Nos. 97 and 103 Saltmarket,” from the album Glasgow Improvements Act 1866. Photographs of Streets, Closes, & c. Taken 1866-71, Plate 28. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 112

1226:9 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 93 High Street,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 9. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 113

1236:10 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 75 High Street,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 7. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 114

1246:11 Thomas Annan, “Old Vennel off High Street,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 14. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 114

1256:12 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 37 High Street,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 5. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 115

1266:13 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 29 Gallowgate,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 18. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 116

1276:14 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 128 Saltmarket,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 24. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 117

1286:15 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 80 High Street,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 13. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 117

1296:16 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 28 Saltmarket,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 21. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 118

1306:17 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 118 High Street,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 15. Reproduced from the photogravure edition of 1900, Old Closes and Streets: A Series of Photogravures 1868-1899 (Glasgow: T. & R. Annan & Sons, 1900), Plate 6. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 119

1316:18 Thomas Annan, “Close, No. 46 Saltmarket,” from Glasgow Improvements Act 1866, Plate 22. Albumen print. Graphic Arts Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library. 120

1326:19 “The London Costermonger.” Engraving of daguerreotype photograph by Richard Beard in Henry Mayhew, London Labour and the London Poor: A Cyclopædia of the Condition and Earnings of those that will work, those that cannot work, and those that will not work (London: Griffin, Bohn & Co., 1861), vol. 1, facing p. 12. Princeton University Library. 121

1336:20 “The Jew Old-Clothes Man.” Engraving of daguerreotype photograph by Richard Beard in Henry Mayhew, London Labour and the London Poor (as in Fig. 6:19 above), vol. 2, facing p. 118. 121

1346:21 Lewis Hine, “Luigi, 6-years-old newsboy-beggar, Sacramento, California.” 1915. Gelatin silver print. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Lewis_Hine,_Luigi,_6_years_old,_newsboybeggar,_Sacramento,_California,_1915.jpg 122

1356:22 Lewis Hine, “Child-laborer.” 1908. Digital file from original glass negative. Wikimedia.http://commons.wikimedia.org/​wiki/​File:Child_laborer.jpg 122

1366:23 Colonel William Willoughby Hooper, “Victims of the Madras Famine.” 1876. Albumen print. Museum Syndicate.http://www.museumsyndicate.com/​images/​7/​65024.jpg 123

1376:24 Glasgow Sanitary Department, “Roslin Place and Burnside Street near Garscube Road in Cowcaddens.” 1920s. Photograph reproduced by courtesy of Glasgow Museums Collection. 123

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