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 Robert Cornelius Selfportrait 1839


Robert Cornelius
1809–1893

Norteamericano hijo de holandeses, estudia quimica como complemento para la empresa familiar de bruñido y plateado de metales.
El pretigio que se crea en su profesion, hace que mecánico Joseph Saxton y el físico-químico Paul Beck Goddard contactases co Cornelius para perfeccionar la placa de Daguerre utilizando bromo como acelerante consiguiendo que el tiempo de exposicion para las tomas fotograficas se redujese a segundos.
Este autoretrato de Robert Cornelius esta considerado uno de los primeros retratos de el mundo y el primero de America.
En los primeros años de la decada de los 40 de el siglo XIX, Cornelius abrió dos de los primeros estudios fotograficos de Estados Unidos, pero a medida que se popularizaba el metodo fotografico, lo fué dejando para continuar con la empresa familiar de gas y iluminacion.
  
English
American son of Dutch chemical studies to supplement the family business, and silver polished metal.
The prestige that is created in his profession, Joseph Saxton makes mechanical and physical chemist Paul Beck Goddard Contact Co Cornelius to perfect plate using bromine as an accelerant Daguerre getting the exposure time for the photographs were reduced to seconds.
This self-portrait by Robert Cornelius is considered one of the first portraits of the world and the first in America.
In the early years of the decade of the 40 of the nineteenth century, Cornelius opened two early photographic studies of the U.S., but as the photographic method was popularized, it was left to continue the family business of gas and lighting .


Nederlands
Amerikaanse zoon van Nederlandse chemische studies om het familiebedrijf, en zilver gepolijst metaal aan te vullen.
Het prestige dat wordt gemaakt in zijn vak, Joseph Saxton maakt het mechanische en fysisch chemicus Paul Beck Goddard Contact Co Cornelius voor een perfecte plaat met behulp van broom als een versneller Daguerre het verkrijgen van de belichtingstijd voor de foto's werden teruggebracht tot seconden.
Dit zelfportret van Robert Cornelius wordt beschouwd als een van de eerste portretten van de wereld en de eerste in Amerika.
In de vroege jaren van het decennium van de 40 van de negentiende eeuw, Cornelius opende twee vroege fotografische studies van de VS, maar als de fotografische methode was populair, het werd overgelaten aan het familiebedrijf van gas en licht gaan .


Eighth Street and Market Street, Philadelphia. 1840 by Cornelius, Robert


North side of Chestnut Street, below Second Street, Philadelphia 1842 by William G Mason



 
From No.46 to No.52, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1843 by William G.Mason




Editorial staff of the New York Tribune 1844 




Daguerreotype of Isaac Jefferson, Petersburg, Virginia  1845s. by John Plumbe

John Plumbe
1809 - 1857

Fotografo norteamericano que creo una tecnica propia de fotografia llamada Plumbeotype.
Gran defensor de una linea transcontinental norteamericana para la expansion comercial de los nuevos territorios ocupados en el oeste.
Creó una gran red de franquicias de fotografia que llegó a expandirse hasta las europeas Paris y Liverpool.
Murio suicidado al intentar crear una red propia de ferrocarriles que no llegó a hacerse realidad.

American photographer who created a technique called Plumbeotype own photography.
Great advocate of a transcontinental line for U.S. commercial expansion of the new territories occupied in the west.
Created a large network of franchises that came to photography expanded to the European Paris and Liverpool.
Died killed while trying to create its own network of railroads that did not come true.





John Plumbe Selfportrait 1846



United States Capitol, Washington, D.C 1846 by John Plumbe


San Francisco harbor 1850




Portsmouth Square, San Francisco, California 1851





Niagara Falls 1853




A Starving Federal prisoner 1860s




Army Medical Museum 1860s





Embalming surgeon at work on soldier's body 1860s




Lacross Ball Team. 1860s by Mathew Brady


Mathew Brady (circa 1875)
(1823-1896)

Fotografo americano que se especializo fotografiando la realidad y muertes de la guerra de secesion americana y que murio en depresion y alcoholizado en la ruina economica

American photographer who specializes shooting deaths of reality and the American Civil War and died in drunk depression and financial ruin



Mathew Brady 1875



Humboldt. 1860s by Mathew Brady


Bodies of Confederate dead gathered for burial after the Battle of Antietam, September 1862 by AlexandeGardner

Alexander Gardner
1821 - 1882

Fotografo, editor y artesano de joyas nacido en Escocia, se formó trabajando para Mathew Brady antes de establecerse por su cuenta.
Es famoso por ser el fotografo que tomo la ultima foto a el presidente Lincoln y ser el fotografo oficial para los conspiradores de el asesinato y de su ejecucion.

Photographer, editor and jewelry craftsman born in Scotland, working for Mathew Brady formed before settling on their own.
It is famous for being the photographer who took the last photo to President Lincoln and be the official photographer for the assassination conspirators and their execution.
Alexander Gardner 1860
 




Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 1863 by Gardner, Alexander



Lewis Powel. Acusado de conspiracion al asesinato de Lincoln 1865


The execution of  William Johnson, Jordan's farm. William was a negro soldier. He was accused of dessertion. Petersburg, Virginia 1864




Bridge on Orange & Alexandria, Virginia Railroad, as repaired by army engineers under Colonel Herman Haupt 1865 by Andrew J Russell


Andrew J. Russell
1830–1902

Pintor y fotografo oficial de la Union pacific railway

Painter and official photographer of the Union Pacific Railway



Andrew J. Russell 


Engine "Government"  down the banks near Brandy, April 1864 by Andrew J. Russell 


1870s




1880s




1888. Pancrazio Bucini at 24




Street car, Washington, D.C. 1890.







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1890s Harbor, Donostia-San Sebastián, Euskadi




 1890s Kale Nagusi, Ondarribia, Euskadi




1890s Principal gate, Ondarribia, Euskadi








1890s Biarritz, Euskadi








1890s Old castle, Bayonne, Euskadi








1890s Sevigne gate, Bordeaux, France








1890s The round fountain, Aix en Provence, France








1890s Rue de la Republic, Marseille








1890s Hotel Beaurivage, Geneva Lake. Switzerland




 1890s Lausanne, general view, Switzerland




 1890s Martigny and Forclay Pass, Valais, Switzerland




 1890s Monument of Emmanuel Fillibert, Turin. Italy




1890s Via Guioco della Palla, San Remo, Italy 




 1890s Narrow streets, Naples, Italy




 1890s The Piazzetta, Venice, Italy




1890s of Via Roma, Naples, Italy




1890s Piccadilly Circus, London, England




1890s Kings College, Cambridge, England




 1890s Trafalgar Square and National Gallery.  London, England




 1890s The beach, Portobello, Scotland




 1890s Laxey, the Wheel, Isle of Man, England




 1890s Whitehouse office building, Rotterdam, Holland




 1890s The Steiger canal, Rotterdam, Holland




1890s The chalets. Schleswig-Holstein, Germany




1890s Kara-Kevi Galata bridge, Constantinople, Turkey




1890s The Virgins Rock, Biarritz, Euskadi




1890s Unter den Linden. Berlin, Germany




1899 Negroes playing chess, Algiers, Algeria




 1899 Souc-el-Trouk, Tunis, Tunisia

 
1890s




1898, Columbia University football players




Shoe store, Richmond Virginia 1899




1900  Tame reindeer




1900s Anchorage Clothing Store




1900s Fairbanks Alaska




1900s Cutting up a blue whale




1900s Horses pulling a tent




1900s Avalanche of snow across railroad tracks




1900s Bonanza Copper Mine




Columbus, N.M. Post Office shortly after the Pancho Villa Raid of the city. It was the only foreign invasion of the United states homeland in the 1900's.




1900s Photo of Hudson Bay Indians




1900s Street dress, Mohammedan woman, India




1903 First flight Wright Brother’s on the north side of Kill Devil Hill, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina


Duelling 1904
 
 
 
 
1905 Navajos by Gerhard Sisters
 
 
 
 
A Polish emigrant boarding ship at Ellis Island 1907 
 
 
 
 
Interior of People's Drug Store, 7th and E Streets, Washington, D.C., with soda fountain 1909
 
 
 
 
Crowd awaiting survivors from the Titanic 1912
 
 
 
 
 1914 Wrangell Alaska
 
 
 
 
Life on the plains 1915 by William J. Carpenter
 
 
 
 
 1916 July 4th parade on Front Street in Nome Alaska
 

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