Photo by Alvin Langdon Coburn
Photogravure published in “Camera Work”, No 21 (1908)
“Camera Work” was a quarterly photographic journal published by Alfred Stieglitz from 1903 to 1917. It is known for its many high-quality photogravures by some of the most important photographers in the world and its editorial purpose to establish photography as a fine art.
Simon Zuni, Governor in 1895 when canes of authority were presented by President Lincoln, Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico
Photo by Sumner W. Matteson (1900)
“Photographing New York City – on a slender support 18 stories above pavement of Fifth Avenue”.
One half of a stereocard photo, showing a man with a stereoscope camera above Fifth Avenue in New York City, looking north.
Photo creditet to Underwood and Underwood (ca. 1905)
The Pond-Moonlight is a pictorialist photograph by Edward Steichen taken in 1904 in Mamaroneck, New York.
The photograph features a forest across a pond, with part of the moon appearing over the horizon in a gap in the trees.
It is an early color photograph, predating the first widespread color photography technique (the 1907 autochrome), and was created by manually applying light-sensitive gums.