The Research resources offer a wide spread of interests: online academic PhD theses; visual resources in the form of antiquarian prints and drawings from the 16th century onwards; early Victorian photographic archives from the 1840s, and a developing list of specialist essays and papers that are only available from this page.
The Online academic resources page (E-
‘Antiquarian Image Resources’. This pulls into one hypertext-
‘Early Photographic Resources’. This likewise brings together all known sources and online archives of early Victorian photographic material from the 1840s starting with W H Fox Talbot through to the early 20th century. It details the early pioneers and locates where the earliest published photographic images of castles can be found. There is a downloadable fourteen-
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