Acknowledgements

Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society 1870-1915 was funded by:

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The creation of a research resource as rich as Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society 1870-1915 requires contributions from many people. In addition to the assistance we received from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, we would like to acknowledge and thank the individuals who supported our original proposal: John Falconer, Brian Gambles, Philippe Garner, Pete James, Hans P. Kraus, Jnr, Ann Thomas and Sara Stevenson.

Thanks are also due to the following institutions and individuals who provided generous access to their facilities and collections: Birmingham Libraries; The National Media Museum (formerly the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television), Bradford; the Royal Photographic Society and Michael Pritchard. Special thanks are due to Richard Albutt, Digital Programmes Manager, Birmingham Central Library, for facilitating access to journals and digitizing facilities and to Luis Nadeau for permission to quote from his Encyclopedia of Printing, Photographic and Photomechanical Processes, available through www.photoconservation.com; and to the Science and Society Picture Library for permission to use the pictures on our home page.

Other useful sites are:

Project Credits

Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society 1870-1915 was designed and created by:
Knowledge Media Design, De Montfort University.

Project director:
Prof. Stephen Brown.
Consultant:
Prof. Roger Taylor.
Project management and technical support:
Robert Ross.
Research:
Siobhan Davis.
Database development:
Howard Freeman.
Site design and development:
Dave Everitt
Digitisation:
Rachel Airey.
Data entry:
Magdalena Wojciechowska and others.