|100 Year Perspective|
Then and now photos of Colorado by pioneer photographer Joseph Collier and his great-great grandson Grant Collier.
|A History of Photography|
Contains an extensive history, from earliest times to the 1920s. Includes information on all significant photographers with biographical data.
Presents the art and science of albumen printing, contemporary research, conservation and treatment of images.
|American Museum of Photography|
Covers daguerreotypes to modernism. Research center features a guide early photo processes, book reviews and information on preserving/protecting valuable photographs.
|American Photographic Historical Society|
An American society for photographs.
|Arab Foundation for the Image|
A non-profit association that collaborates with Elysée Foundation in Lausanne to promote photography in the Middle East and the North Africa by locating, collecting and preserving the photographic heritage of that region.
|Bill Briley's Home Page|
Bill Briley's home page of camera collecting and historical photographic materials.
|Bob's Photo Page|
Contains a brief history of photography, profiles the development of modern photography, and has biographies of early photographers.
|Central Pacific Railroad|
Has a photographic history museum; also stereoviews of the first transcontinental railroad. Contains nineteenth century photography by A.A. Hart, A.J. Russell, C.R. Savage, and E. Muybridge.
The history of chronophotography and photographers is located here.
Information on photography, family photographs and images, and genealogy. Focus is on 19th century photography.
|Collodions and Clopinettes|
Articles by Pierre G. Harmant, Paul Marillier, R. Derek Wood, and Jacques Roquencourt on Niépce, Daguerre, and other pioneer photographers.
|Georgian Museum of Photography|
Virtual museum of images from photography, including portraits, architecture, cultural and historical monuments.
|Midley History of Photography|
Presents essays by R. Derek Wood on the history of early photography, the daguerreotype and diorama.
|Nineteenth Century Stereoscopes|
Contains the history of stereoscopes.
|Photographs: The Metropolitan Museum of Art|
Images, history, and technical information about their extensive collection of photographs.
|Stereoviews of the Nineteenth Century|
View original 19th century stereoviews; browse through a directory of annotated web sites.
|Tbilisi House of Photography|
Contains historical photographs.
|Victorian Magic Lanterns|
Contains Victorian entertainment, lantern slides, pre-cinema history, period images, gallery, and a greeting card service.
Details the making of photogrpahic negatives by wetplates.
|Women in Photography Archive|
Focuses on the role of women in photography. Includes essays on women photographers and an online gallery.