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  1. Engraved by Bartolozzi, Tomkins, Cheeseman, Meadows & Co., after designs by Henry W. Bunbury
    Twenty-two Plates, Illustrative of Various Interesting Scenes, in the Plays of Shakspeare [sic]

    1792–1796
    Elephant folio book with engravings
    BF.1995.1

    Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, Houston

  2. Cecil Beaton
    English, 1904–1980
    [A Royal Navy sailor on board HMS Alcantara uses a portable sewing machine to repair a signal flag during a voyage to Sierra Leone]

    March 1942, printed 2012
    Gelatin silver print
    2012.258

    Museum purchase funded by the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation

  3. Francis Bedford
    English, 1815–1894
    Carnarvon Castle

    c. 1853–1859
    Albumen silver print from glass negative
    2015.642

    Gift of Mike and Mickey Marvins

  4. Francis Bedford
    English, 1815–1894
    [Thebes - Interior of the Hall of Columns at the Temple of Karnaak, Looking South]

    1862
    Albumen silver print from glass negative
    2004.301

    The Manfred Heiting Collection

  5. Francis Bedford
    English, 1815–1894
    [Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amun]

    1862
    Albumen silver print from glass negative
    2004.300

    The Manfred Heiting Collection

  6. Francis Bedford
    English, 1815–1894
    Gizeh - The Pyramids of Cheops and Chephren

    1862
    Albumen silver print from glass negative
    2000.259

    Gift of Mrs. Efrem Kurtz

  7. Francis Bedford
    English, 1815–1894
    Portion of the portico of the Temple of Esneh

    1862
    Albumen silver print from glass negative
    2000.258

    Gift of Mrs. Efrem Kurtz

  8. Francis Bedford
    English, 1815–1894
    Clovelly, Entrance to the Village from Pier

    c. 1870
    Albumen silver print from glass negative
    80.110

    Gift of Anne Wilkes Tucker

  9. Bracher
    Canadian
    Man Sitting

    c. 1855
    Ambrotype
    2004.318

    The Manfred Heiting Collection

  10. John Warwick Brooke
    British, 1886–1929
    British stretcher bearers of the Field Ambulance Corps carry a casualty to safety through deep mud near Boesinghe, Flanders during the Battle of Passchendaele.

    August 1, 1917, printed 2012
    Gelatin silver print
    2012.250

    Museum purchase funded by the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation

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