Monographs on six professional portrait photographers from the turn-of-the-century.
Dedicated to the History of Photography from its origins by French scientist and inventor Nicephore Niepce. Niepce discovered the process known as Heliography.
Contains information and articles on historical photographers and groups.
Information on photography, family photographs and images, and genealogy. Focus is on 19th century photography.
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.
Has a photographic history museum; also stereoviews of the first transcontinental railroad.
Focuses on the role of women in photography. Includes essays on women photographers and an online gallery.
Presents essays by R. Derek Wood on the history of early photography, the daguerreotype and diorama.
Contains an extensive history, from earliest times to the 1920s. Includes information on all significant photographers with biographical data.
Virtual museum of images from photography, including portraits, architecture, cultural and historical monuments.