Alphabetical Bibliography

The sources listed in "Acknowledgements" page 4 provided much of the material for this book. Out-of-print book dealers, antique dealers, and Internet sites have also been useful.

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8. Barger, M. Susan, "The Daguerreotype: Image Structure, Optical Properties, and a Scientific Interpretation of Daguereotypy" Ph.D dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University 1982.
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