Title: Ship in the Ice, c1900 Artist: Unknown Description: Photograph on stiff paper. Image measures 8 1/4 x 13 3/4". Appears to be trimmed.
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Gelatin silver prints are a general term describing the most common process for making black and white photographs since the 1890s. A variety of photographic print papers were introduced in the 1880s. They included various developing-out and printing-out papers. Developing out prints are cool black and white images. Printing out prints usually have warm tones. (Library of Congress)