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There were books to the ceiling, easy-chairs, the photographs of friends that had decorated his rooms in London and Capheaton.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
It has been made familiar to everybody through innumerable photographs and pictures.
The tenants were glad to admit visitors as probable customers for postcards and photographs.
The photographs of the one hundred and four subjects contain the images of 744 nebulæ not previously observed.
Incidentally, in making these photographs, great numbers of new nebulæ have been discovered.
Eight or ten is not an uncommon number, and few photographs have been obtained which do not reveal the existence of three or four.
He will find some photographs of an old marine curiosity shop in my collection, which may help him.
Here are two photographs taken in the same field and of the same view, with the camera pointed in the same direction in both.
THE PAINTER IN OILDANIEL BURLEIGH PARKHURST
How is it that amateurs invariably take better photographs than professionals?
She had struck up a friendship with the first mate, who, possessing a camera, had taken their photographs.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE

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