2 edition of Catalogue of lantern slides in the Public Archives of Canada. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of lantern slides in the Public Archives of Canada.
Public Archives of Canada.
Written in English
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The Boer War. Colour Lantern Slides of Chapters #1 - #4. Glass slides, with colour pictures of scenes from the Anglo-Boer War up to the entrance of the British Army into Bloemfontein. The images first appeared in “The Sphere” weekly magazine (in black & white) & were coloured specially for the slides. To access members' resources please login below using your RASC ID and password ().
Magic Lanterns and Lantern Slides. Related Categories. Auction Alerts. Magic lanterns, also known as optical lanterns, provided one of the most popular forms of entertainment during their heyday in the 18th and 19th centuries, establishing many of the first 2-D special effects. Using an artificial light source and a combination of lenses, these. An illustration from a magic lantern slide catalogue of shows a large audience attending a slide lecture with an image of St. Peter's Basilica projected onto the screen. If you look carefully, you can see two tanks next to the biunial projector, one for oxygen and the other for hydrogen.
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Inventory of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Lantern Slide Collection, circa s – s Descriptive Summary. Abstract: This collection includes 58 glass, hand-painted lantern slides showing pulp and papermaking in the Canadian provinces of Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, and New Brunswick.
These include images of logging, papermaking, products made from pulp, and mills. Magic Lantern Slides – T.H. McAllister-Keller Co., Inc. collection. – [ – ]. – 77 glass slides. Administrative history: The T.H.
McAllister-Keller Company of New York was the final corporate name of a family company long associated with the magic lantern trade in the United States. William McCalla (November 8, – Aug ), a botanist and teacher, created these hand-coloured lantern slides of Albertan flowers.
Born in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, McCalla grew up in St. Catharines, studied at Cornell University, married Margaret A. Ratcliffe (they had eight children), ran Sunny Acres fruit farm near St. This collection of glass-plate lantern slides from the ss includes images from the Perkins School for the Blind, Overbrook School for the Blind in Philadelphia, PA, other national and international schools and organizations for the blind, and workshops and work activities for the blind.
Some of the lantern slides are from the collection of Charles F. Campbell, founding editor of. Glass lantern slides () with scenes of the Yukon were used by Martha Black in slideshows she presented to the public, often when travelling outside the Yukon.
The slides are described in the Photograph Collection series (82/). A photograph album contains family photographs and. This list of lantern slide collections provides an overview of collections held in institutions internationally.
The magic lantern was a very popular medium, particularly so from the 18th to the early 20th Century. There are many collections which remain uncatalogued.
As a result, this list is likely to continue to expand as more information is made available. Critical Acclaim: Portraits from the National Archives of Canada (Archived) E-book: "Lingua Franca: A Common Language for Conservators of Photographic Materials" In Memory of HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother (Archived) Karsh Masterworks: Atribute; Legends in Life and Art: The Portrait Photography of Roloff Beny (Archived).
Poster for lantern slide lecture on emmigration to the Canadian prairies, Courtesy of Public Archives of Canada, RG, vol, File # Members of Ukranian Labour Farmer Temple Association, Courtesy of Windsor and District Labour Council: Hungarian Labour Temple's May Day Book Fair, ca.
s Courtesy of Mansfield Mathias. lantern is known to exist prior towhen Ars Magnas Lucis et Umbrae (The Great Art of Light and Shadow), a book by Athanasius Kircher (a German priest living in Rome), was published.
Just a few years later (in the mids), Thomas Walgensten, a Danish teacher, had traveled through Europe giving magic lantern shows to royalty. Fonds was acquired by the Archives of Ontario from T. Eaton Company Ltd. through numerous accessions between and Inan accrual of minute books of various Eaton's companies, as well as shareholders records, were received from the court appointed liquidator.
The lantern slide has its origins in 17th century optical viewing devices which came to be known as “magic lanterns.” The earliest slides for magic lanterns consisted of hand-painted images on glass, projected by itinerant showmen telling stories about the images that were projected.
An archivist is the keeper of the archives, the caretaker of the historical records. Today, archives can include a broad range of material in a variety of media. Archives might be public and corporate records ("archives") generated by governments or businesses, or private papers and records ("manuscripts") created or.
kept by individuals. A lot of articles in magic lantern magazines and chapters in slide-painting instruction books in the second half of the nineteenth century describe every aspect of painting those slides in detail: the transparent pigments, mediums and varnishes to be used, the skills and dexterity, and the tools and equipment needed.
The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada maintains extensive archives at its Toronto head office at Dundas St W. The archives are non-circulating. Visitors may contact the Society's National Archivist, or call () to make arrangements to conduct research on site, to arrange a consultation with the Archivist, or to request a.
As World War I was drawing to a close, the virulent Spanish flu spread around the globe, killing thousands in Canada and millions worldwide. As Canadians and the world face COVID today, here. Aug Aug by Erin Scrimger, posted in Lantern Slides, Photographs, Russian Civil War, U.S.
Navy, Uncategorized Note: Some images are of a sensitive nature. In the United States was entering a decade of prosperity after the success of World War I. Michale Lang’s new book features more than of Mary Schaffer’s colourful, hand-painted lantern slides from the archives of the Whyte Musem of the Canadian Rockies.
These unique works of art detail some of the indigenous people and breathtaking landscapes of the Rocky Mountains, along with tribal communities of Japan and Formosa. The following sets of magic lantern slides are available at the Library: The Wheeler collection of lantern slides [ (Thx) TC] This collection was formerly held by the Brander Matthews Dramatic Museum.
It came to Princeton from Columbia University inwhen the Brander Matthews Dramatic Museum (Low Library) was dispersed. One of our volunteers spotted this in one of the Institute's lantern slide boxes and called it to our attention: What was it that attracted his interest. Was it the little round label '' which indicated that the slide had originally been one of Sir John Myres' slides.
The Library purchased Johnston's archive from her estate inincluding these lantern slides, which represent an estimated 70% of the slides Johnston used during her lifetime.
Lantern Slides Lantern slides are small glass transparencies, typically x 4 inches, designed for use in a projector that casts an enlarged image on a screen or.The University of Tulsa Department of Special Collections and University Archives is well-known for its World War collections.
We currently have an exhibit on World War I, so I began to browse our storage room to familiarize myself with the vast amount of other accessible WWI materials. I happened to find the Canadian official war record: magic lantern slides (Coll.
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