2 edition of John Benjamin Dancer, instrument maker, optician and the originatorof microphotography. found in the catalog.
John Benjamin Dancer, instrument maker, optician and the originatorof microphotography.
Lawrence Leigh Ardern
by Library Association
Written in English
|Series||Library Association. Reference. Special and Information Section. North Western Group. Occasional papers;no.2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
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John Benjamin Dancer (8 October – 24 November ) was a British scientific instrument maker and inventor of microphotography.
He also pioneeredhe controlled his father's instrument making business in Liverpool. He was responsible for various inventions, but did not patent many of hishe invented the stereoscopic camera (GB patent. Logan, Gerrard () John Benjamin Dancer FRAS - Microscopical, Optical optician and the originatorof microphotography.
book Instrument Maker and Photographic Pioneer. Lancashire and Cheshire Photographic Union. Luther F () John Benjamin Dancer () A family history. History of Photography vol pages Marton, HB ().
MICSCAPE HALL OF FAME - JOHN BENJAMIN DANCER () by Roy Winsby ↑ A History of Technology, Vol V, Oxford, ↑ Manchester Microscopical & Natural History Society - John Benjamin Dancer 19th Century Manchester Instrument Maker & Inventor of Microphotography' by Mike Mahon ↑ 'Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography' edited.
Dancer, the celebrated Manchester optician and instrument maker, was born in London, the son of Josiah Dancer, also an optician and manufacturer of optical, philosophical and nautical an early age he became an apprentice in his father's business and in J.
took over his father's optical work shop. He then moved to Manchester from Liverpool in. The story of John B. Dancer,Manchester optician and instrument maker, who pioneered the making of microphotographs mounted on slides for viewing through the microscope, was the subject of an article in the Society's Newsletter No.
15, January John Benjamin Dancer seemed to be preordained to become a successful maker of scientific instruments with both his father and grandfather being prominent opticians and optical instrument makers.
Born in London on October 8,he relocated in Liverpool with his father Josiah, and assisted him in his business and as a lecturer until the. Instrument maker can refer to: A maker of scientific instruments; A maker of musical instruments.
A luthier is a maker of stringed instruments; This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Instrument maker. If an. For nearly two decades John has been restoring antique concertinas as well as making and designing new ones.
Being both musician and maker, John’s knowledge combines to help drive forward the designs, sounds and innovation of concertinas and musical instrument making. respected and established performer, composer, teacher and instrument maker, John grew up steeped in the traditions of Southern England.
His unique playing style and compositions convey a deep understanding and passion for indigenous culture. Trained as a violin and keyboard-instrument maker, Mr.
Pollens served as the conservator of musical instruments at the Metropolitan Museum of Art from His work there included the restoration and maintenance of the museum's encyclopedic collection of over instruments, as well as research, writing, and lecturing on the collection.
Figure 1 – John Benjamin Dancer daguerreotype stereo pair, “The Scientist in his Laboratory, ” The image shows a sitter as “the scientist” creating a daguerreotype and surrounded by Dancer’s instruments and inventions. The image is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum and is in the public domain.
Microscope. ;28() An early microscope by John Benjamin Dancer of Manchester. Nuttali RH. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Author: Nuttali Rh.
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a John H. Roach. The instrument was made in and was number 5 by the maker. Charles second child was a John H. Roach, born in Barbara had no knowledge about his being a violin maker but remembered seeing him at Charles funeral in He would have been 62 years old in and could have been the John H.
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