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SUBJECT hyalotypes (albumen prints)
TYPE AAT
REFERENCE ID 300249949
NOTES Positive albumen prints upon glass widely used to create lantern slides and sometimes larger glass transparencies hung in windows for decoration; produced by a patented process called Hyalotype, developed and promoted by the Lingenheim brothers of Philadelphia from 1850. Distinguished from "crystalotypes" on paper produced by a similar process patented by J. A. Whipple of Boston.
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