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Album of photographic views of Russia by Bureau Frères, 1850-1860

MS. 23051 photogr. 71

Album of salt prints and albumen prints containing architectural and landscape views of Russia


  • Creation: 1850-1860


1 item

Language of Materials

  • French

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MS. 23051 photogr. 71

Former reference:

Wilson Centre Accession Number: 99:6376; Wilson Centre Accession Number 2: TC 324

Biographical / Historical

Victor Stanislas Bureau maintained a studio in Paris in the late 1850s. He later formed Bureau Frères with his brothers Palmyre and Henri, from the end of the 1870s until the 1880s.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Purchased from Robert Hershkowitz USA, 05/02/1999

Physical Facet

Salted prints from a Calotype negative; albumin paper prints

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom