2. PIONEERS OF PHOTOGRAPHY
by William & Estelle Marder- ©copyright 1986, 1991
Also many articles Featured in a number of Photographic Journals – Photographic History Magazines, Daguerreian Annuals etc. in the US as well as England.
Nine Daguerreotypes of Miscellaneous Objects, Items and Things
Table of Contents
The Editor’s Fuming Box, Peter E. Palmquist
Front Yard Lunar Daguerreotypy, Robert Shlaer
William Shew: A Portrait Photographer for More Than Half a Century, O.V. Lange
Daguerreotype Care for the Collector, M. Susan Barger
Vignette: I Said–SMILE! Cliff Krainik
A Souvenir of the Portage Railroad Bridge, Wm. B. Becker
Glenalvon J. Goodridge: Black Daguerreian, Linda A. Ries
Marcus Aurelius Root: Heliographer, Clyde H. Dilley
Vignette: A Famous Rebus Mirrored, Chris Steele
Photographers of the Late 1850s: Capsule Reviews for the Photographic Journals of the Period, Ron Polito
Reflecting on Daguerre: Six Items from the Matthew Isenburg Collection, Matthew Isenburg
Anson and Edwin H. Clark: Pioneering Daguerreotypists of Western Massachusetts, Richard Bolt
PORTFOLIO–Nine Daguerreotypes of Miscellaneous Object, Items and Things
Pioneers of Photography–Jex J. Bardwell, William and Estelle Marder
A Texas Frontier Daguerreotype, Lawrence T. Jones
The Graves & Prudden Daguerreotype, Graham W. Garrett
A Second Graves & Prudden Daguerreotype, Graham W. Garrett
The Daguerreotype Plate as Seen by a Contemporary Daguerreian Artist, Irving Pobboravsky
Copying Your Daguerreotypes: A Primer, Dennis A. Waters
Poor Lamb! A Profile of Animal Trainer Isaac Van Amburgh, Mike Jacob
Art Imitates Life: A Daguerreian Satire of the Benton-Kearney Feud, 1848, Thomas Kailbourn
On the Life and Travels of C.E. Johnson: Daguerreian, William L. Camp
The Alchemy of Research: How to Turn the Silver Plate Into Pure Gold, Matthew Isenburg
Vignette: Two Black Portraits from the John Hightower Collection, Thomas Kailbourn
The Swedish Nightingale and the Baltimore Daguerreians, Ross J. Kelbaugh
Vignette: Scovill’s Unique “Family Cases”, Peter E. Palmquist
Becquerel–Development “in a New Light”, Gerard Meegan
Art and the American Daguerreotype, Floyd and Marion Rinhart
A Survey of Daguerreian Literature, John Wood
Ball’s Daguerreian Gallery of the West, Clyde H. Dilley
Augustin Edouart: A Real Cut Up! Wendell Phillips Dodge
Robert H. Vance: The Maine and Boston Years, Peter E. Palmquist
William Shew: Miniature Casemaker in Boston, Frank R. Fraprie
Vignette: J.W. Stancliff, John Wood
Carleton E. Watkins: A Biography–Chapter 4–From Babies to Landscapes 1856-1858, Peter E. Palmquist
APPENDIX–Mini Daguerreian Biographies and Chronologies
3. ANTHONY, THE MAN ,THE COMPANY, THE CAMERAS. An American Photographic Pioneer. 140 Year History of a Company from Anthony to Ansco to GAF.
Edited by Robert G. Duncan.
Forward by Beaumont Newhall
by William and Estelle Marder – 1982
Book Description: Pine Ridge Publishing Company, Plantation, FL, 1982. Cloth. Book Condition: Fine in Fine DJ. First edition. 4to. 384pp. Index. Profusely illustrated.
William (Bill) & Estelle Marder -1984
Over 1000 photographs and illustrations, 780 richly documented, extensive notes to the text to aid the reader in further study. A complete bibliography with periodicals. Foreword by Joe S. Sando, Pueblo Indian Author. 235 pages, soft bound. Published by The Book Tree. Price: $ 24.95 + s/h
Finally, here is a book that the Native American can believe in. It is well researched and tells the true story of Native American accomplishments, challenges, and struggles. The book represents many years of study and is a gold mine for the serious researcher. It includes extensive notes to the text in addition to over 500 photographs and illustrations—many that have never before been published. The author has attempted to provide the world with the most truthful and accurate portrayal of the Native American Indians. Every Native American family and serious researcher of this subject should have this groundbreaking book.
Editorial Reviews: Indians In The Americas, The Untold Story
Many books over the years have promised to tell the true story of the Native American Indians. Many, however, have been filled with misinformation or derogatory views. Finally here is a book that the Native American can believe in. This well researched book tells the true story
of Native American accomplishments, challenges and struggles and is a gold mine for the serious researcher. It includes extensive notes to the text and over 500 photographs and illustrations — many that have never before been published. The author, after 20 years of research, has attempted to provide the world with the most truthful and accurate portrayal of the Native American Indians. Every serious researcher and Native American family should have this ground-breaking book
5. THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF BILL MARDER A RETROSPECTIVE
by William (Bill) Marder – © Copyright 2009
With over 400 photos in Color and Black and White including tipped in Canvas photos hand printed in a limited edition. With a number of articles.
THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF BILL MARDER
November 4, 2008
Dedicated: To my Inspiration and lovely wife Estelle
and to my Devoted Children and Grandchildren
INDEX (WITH PHOTOGRAPHS ON CANVAS}
1- EARLY YEARS – 1945 -1948
2- NATURE -WILDLIFE – BIRDS – FLOWERS
5- TRAVELS – WORLD – WESTERN U.S.
6- DESIGNS – ARCHITECTURE – ETC.
7- SCENES – NEW YORK CITY – ETC.
9- AMERICAN INDIANS
10 – MUSIC – WILL MCLEAN FESTIVAL – ETC.
11 – COLLAGES
12 – AWARD – LETTERS