Linked references.

19th century works on photography written by physicians and medical scientists.



Adams, J. Howe (1890), The use of photography for recognizing and comparing types of insanity. Canada Lancet, vol. xxii ; Toronto: Dudley & Burns ; p. 168»»

Beale, Lionel S. (1854), The microscope, and its application to clinical medicine. London: Samuel Highley ; p. 37-40»»

Boulongne, Alfred (1854), Photographie et gravure héliographique. Histoire et exposé des divers procédés employés dans cet art depuis Joseph Niepce et Daguerre jusqu'à nos Jours. (Extrait du Moniteur universel, décembre 1853, janvier 1854) ; Paris: Panckoucke »»

Bourais, A. (1896), Applications de la photographie a la médicine. Paris: Gauthier-Villars et fils »»

Bourneville, Désiré Magloire (1881-91), Recherches cliniques et thérapeutiques sur l'épilepsie, l'hystérie et l'idiotie. Paris: Progrès médicale ; vols. i-xi»»

Brady, George Stewardson (1863), Photographic delineations of microscopic objects. The Intellectual Observer, vol. 2 ; London: Goombridge & Sons ; p. 158-160»»

Charcot, J. M. (1890), A Curious Hypnotic Test. The Medical and Surgical Reporter, vol. lxii ; Philadelphia: [Charles W. Dulles, M.D., editor] ; p. 184»»

Chevalier, et al. (1865), L'étudiant micrographe. Paris: Adrian Delahaye ; see chapt. iv., "[..]application a la photographie." »»

Cutter, Ephraim (1882), Photographing the larynx. Archives of Laryngology, vol. iii. ; New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons ; p. 223-224»»

Czermák, Johann Nepomuk (1861), De l'application de la photographie à la laryngoscopie et à la rhinoscopie. Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l'Académie des sciences, vol. 53 ; Paris: Mallet-Bachelier ; p. 966-968»»

Czermák, Johann Nepomuk (1863), Notiz über die laryngoskopischen Photographien und über das Mikrostereoskop. Sitzungsberichte der kaiserl. Akad. der Wissenschaften, vol. 46 ; Wien: K. K. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei ; p. 5-7»»

Czermák, Johann Nepomuk (1863), VII. Verwerthung der Photographie für Laryngoskopie und Rhinoskopie. Der Kehlkopfspiegel: und seine Verwerthung für Physiologie und Medizin, 2nd ed. ; Leipzig: Wilhelm Engelmann ; p. 62-68»»

De Giaxa, Vincenzo (1888), Ueber eine einfache Methode zur Reproduction der Koch'schen Kulturplatten. Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie und Parasitenkunde, vol. iii. ; Jena: Gustav Fischer ; p. 700-702 »»

Dercum, Francis Xavier (1888), A Study of Some Normal and Abnormal Movements Photographed by Muybridge. Animal locomotion. The Muybridge work at the University of Pennsylvania ; Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott ; p. 103-133»»

Dingler & Dingler (1846), Das photo-elektrische Mikroskop der HHrn. Donné und Léon Foucault. Dinglers polytechnisches journal, vol. 100 ; Stuttgart und Tübingen ; p. 101-114»»

Draper, John William (1840), Professor Draper on the process of Daguerreotype and its application to taking portraits from life. London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, vol. xvi ; London: Taylor & Francis ; p. 535»»

Draper, John William (1844), On the Tithonotype, or art of multiplying daguerreotypes. Philosophical magazine, vol. xxii ; London: Richard & John E. Taylor ; p. 365-368 »»

Duchenne, G.-B. (1870), Recherches icono-photographiques sur la morphologie et sur la structure intime du bulbe humain, leur application à l'étude anatomo-pathologique de la paralysie glosso-labio-laryngée. Archives générales de médecine, 6th series, tome 15, vol. 1 ; Paris: P. Asselin ; p. 539-547»»

Einhorn, Max & Lange, Fritz (1899), Photography of the Stomach. The American amateur photographer, vol. 11 ; New York: The Outing Company ; p. 435-436»»

Fau, Julien (1854), Douze leçons de photographie: description de procédés simples et faciles, au moyen desquels on obtient, presque infailliblement, des épreuves sur verre et papier. Paris: Charles Chevalier»»

Finlayson, James (1896), A case of acromegaly, photographed in 1885, before Marie's paper appeared. International Clinics, volume iii., series 6 ; Philadelphia: Lippincott company ; p. 109-110»»

French, Thomas R. (1882), On photographing the larynx. Archives of Laryngology, vol. iii. ; New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons ; p. 221-222»»

Fritsch, Gustave (1888), Praktische Gesichtspunkte für die Verwendung zweier dem Reisenden wichtigen technischen Hülfsmittel: Das Mikroskop und der photographische Apparat. Anleitung zu wissenschaftlichen Beobachtungen auf Reisen, vol. 2 ; p. 512-612

Galton, Sir Francis, (1878), Composite portraits, made by combining those of many different persons into a single resultant figure. J. Anthrop. Inst., vol. viii ; pages 132-144 ; also in Nature, vol. xviii ; London: Piper & Carter ; p. 97-100»»

Galton, Sir Francis, (1888), Composite portraiture; a communication from Francis Galton. The Photographic News, vol. 32, no. 1547 ; London: Piper & Carter ; p. 237»»

Galton, Sir Francis, (1907), Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development. London: J. M. Dent & sons ; New York: E.P. Dutton»»

Galton, Sir Francis, (1909), Memories of my life. New York: E.P. Dutton ; p. 259-265»»

Gray, John Perdue (1875), Thirty-first annual report of the managers of the State Lunatic Asylum, Utica, N.Y., for the year 1874. Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company, Printers ; p. 26-29 »»

Guillot-Saguez (1847), Méthode théorique et pratique de photographie sur papier. Paris: V. Masson.

Guillot-Saguez (1848), Notice of a theoretical and practical treatise on photography. Journal of the Franklin Institute, vol. 46 ; p. 61-63»»

Harris, Irving E. (1898), Photomicrography. Philadelphia medical journal, vol. 2 ; Philadelphia: Philadelphia Medical Publishing Co. ; p. 1136-1140 & pl.»»

Hayes, Plymmon S. (1884), The ether-oxygen light. Photography: Chicago Photographic Print Fair, vol. 1 ; p. 14-15»»

Hogg, Jabez (1854), Photography applied to the microscope. The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications ; London: Illus. Lond. Libr. ; p. 117-119»»

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1864), The stereoscope and the stereograph. Soundings from the Atlantic. Boston: Ticknor and Fields ; p. 124-165»»

Howe, Lucien (1887), Photography of the interior of the eye. Trans. Amer. Ophth. Soc., vol. 23 ; p. 568-571»»

Howe, Lucien (1894), Orthochromatic plates for photographing the interior of the human eye. Trans Ophthalmol Soc., UK., vol. 14 ; p. 251-255»»

Jarman, Alfred J. (1914), Seventy-five years of the progressive art of photography. Wilson's photographic magazine, vol. li ; New York: Edward L. Wilson Co. ; p. 401-405»»

Jumon, L. (1888), L'analyse spectroscopique du sang par la méthode hématoscopique du Dr. Hénocque. France médicale, vol. 35, no. 111 ; Paris: Lecrosnier et Babé ; p. 1340-1341»»

King, Joseph W. (1887), A tourist photographer's reminiscences – III. Among the lepers. The Photographic Times, vol. xvii ; New York: Scovill Mfg. Co. ; p. 214-215»»

King, Y. May (1887), The photo-micrography of histological subjects. The New York medical journal, vol. xlvi ; New York: D. Appleton & Co. ; p. 7-10»»

Kocher Theodor (1883). Ueber Kropfexstirpation und ihre Folgen. Archiv für Klinische Chirurgie, vol. 29 ; p. 254-337»»

Legrand du Saulle, Henri (1864), De l'application de la photographie à l'étude des maladies mentales. La folie devant les tribunaux ; Paris: F. Savy ; p. 589-595 »»

Lombroso, Cesare (1888), Photographies composites de criminels. La Revue scientifique, vol. 41 ; Paris: Bureau des Revues ; p. 731»»

Londe, Albert (1892), La photographie en médecine. Revue scientifique, vol. 49 ; Paris: Bureau des Revues ; p. 257-265»»

Londe, Albert (1899), La service photographique de la Salpètrière. Archives d'électricité médicale: Électrologie, radiologie, curieologie et physiothérapie du cancer, vol. 7 ; p. 282-296»».

Luys, Jules Bernard (1875), Technique photographique. Archives de physiologie normale et pathologique, s. 2, vol. 2. ; Paris: G. Masson ; p. 562-566»»

Maddox, Richard Leach (1871), An experiment with Gelatino Bromide. The British Journal of Photography, vol. xviii. ; Liverpool, London: H. Greenwood, [Sept. 8] 1871 ; p. 422-423»»

Maddox, Richard Leach (1866), Photo-Micrographs by Brevet-Captain Edward Curtis. Intellectual Observer, vol. ix ; London: Groombridge & sons ; p. 419-420 & pl.»»

Malley, Abraham Cowley (1883), Micro-photography: Including a Description of the Wet Collodion and Gelatino-bromide Processes. London: H. K. Lewis»»

Mason, Oscar G. (1894), Photography for illustrating the practice of medicine and surgery in a great hospital. The photographic times, vol. xviii ; Liverpool, Scoville Manufacturing Co. ; p. 281-282»» ; p. 297-298 »»

Norris, Richard Hill (1856), Dry collodion. Photographic notes, vol. 1 ; London: Bland and Long ; p. 157-158»»

Parker, Moses Greeley (1888), Photo-micrography: the best means of illustrating and teaching pathology. Annals of gynaecology and pediatry, vol. i. ; Boston: Rockwell and Churchill ; p. 521-524»»

Petersen, O. V. (1889), Demonstration von Photographien von Leprakranken, und zur Behandlung der Lepra mit Natrium salicylicum. Archiv für Dermatologie und Syphilis, vol. i, p. 25–28»» ; [Discussion] p. 53–56.

Piersol, George A. (1886), Photo-micrography at the work table. The American Monthly Microscopical Journal, vol. vii ; Washington: Gibson Bros. ; p. 24-25»»

Piersol, George A. (1886), Actinic contrast in photo-micrography. The American Monthly Microscopical Journal, vol. vii ; Washington: Gibson Bros. ; p. 121-123»»

Piersol, George A. (1888), Drawings v. photographs. The American Monthly Microscopical Journal, vol. ix ; Washington: Chas. W. Smiley ; p. 103-104»»

Piffard, Henry Granger (1887), Cutaneous photography made easy. Journal of cutaneous and genito-urinary diseases, vol. vi ; New York: William Wood ; p. 41-43»»

Power, H. D'Arcy (1898), Photography as a means of recording cases. Occidental medical times,; vol. xii ; Sacramento: D. Johnston & Co. ; p. 347-352»»

Randall, Burton Alexander (1889), Photography and the projection-lantern in the teaching of otology. Transactions of the American Otological Society, vol. iv ; New Bedford: Mercury Publishing Co. ; p. 484»»

Robiquet, Henri-Edmond (1859), Manuel théorique et pratique de photographie sur collodion et sur albumine. Paris: Labé»»

Rosebrugh, A. M. (1865), A new ophthalmoscope for photographing the fundus oculi. Canada Medical Journal and Monthly Record of Medical and Surgical Science, vol. 1 ; p. 163-169»»

Rosebrugh, A. M. (1865), On a new ophthalmoscope for photographing the fundus oculi. The Ophthalmic Review: A Quarterly Journal of Ophthalmic Surgery & Science, vol. 1 ; p. 119-125»»

Roux, E. (1887), La photographie appliquée à l'étude des microbes. Ann. de l'Inst. Pasteur, vol. 1 ; p. 209–225»»

Simmons, W. J. (1889), How to Draw Microscopic Objects. The American Monthly Microscopical Journal, vol. x ; Washington: Chas. W. Smiley ; p. 247-253»»

Sinclair, George L. (1886), Dry Plate Making for Amateurs: A Series of Articles First Published in the Photographic Times. New York: Scoville Manufacturing Company»».

Starr, Elmer (1887), Photographing the human eye. Philadelphia Photographer, vol. 24 ; p. 714-716»»

Stein, Sigmund Theodor (1875), Contributions to medico-photography. Photographing the beating of the pulse. The Photographic News, vol. xix ; London: Piper and Carter ; p. 478-479»»

Stein, Sigmund Theodor (1877), Das Licht im Dienste wissenschaftlicher Forschung. Leipzig: Otto Spamer»»

Stein, Sigmund Theodor (1885), Das Licht im Dienste wissenschaftlicher Forschung. Halle: Wilhelm Knapp»»

Thompson, William Gilman, (1886), Instantaneous photographs of the heart in motion and of peristalsis. The Medical Record. A weekly journal of medicine and surgery, vol. 29 ; New York: William Wood ; p. 301-302»»

Towler, John, (1873), The Silver Sunbeam: A Practical and Theoretical Text-book on Sun Drawing and Photographic Printing[..]etc. New York: E. and H. T. Anthony and Co.»»

Van Gieson, Ransford E. (1860), The application of photography to medical science, including a direct process to photograph the microscopic field. The New York journal of medicine, 3 s., vol. viii ; New York: Baillière brothers ; p. 17-30»»

Vogel, Hermann Wilhelm (1875), Photography with reference to medical research. The Chemistry of Light and Photography, New York: D. Appleton and Co. ; p. 202-205 »» ; Photography and the microscope. idem ; p. 205-209»»

Webster, C. E. (1884), Applications of photography in surgery. The Photographic News, vol. xviii , no. 1351 ; London: Piper and Carter ; p. 465-466»»

Woodward, Joseph Janvier (1870), On the magnesium and electric lights, as applied to photo-micrography. The American journal of science and arts, vol. 49, 2nd s. ; New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor ; p. 294-303»»

Woodward, Joseph Janvier (1870), On the oxy-calcium light as applied to photomicrography. The American journal of science and arts, vol. 50, 2nd s. ; New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor ; p. 366-369»»

Wright, H. G. (1862), On the medical uses of photography. The British Journal of Photography, vol. xiv ; London: Henry Greenwood, March 29, 1862 ; p. 148-149»»



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References.

Partial list of resources used to compile this bibliography.



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Baudelaire, Charles (1868), "Le public modern et la photographie." Curiosités esthétiques, Paris: Michel Lévy Frères, pages 254-263 »»

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