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Text: The new magic lantern journal: volume 10 number 3 (Autumn 2007)

NMLJ vol. 10 no. 3

Front cover

Type of text
periodical issue
Format
20 pages
Series
Publication
England: Magic Lantern Society, Autumn 2007
Contributor
Main language
English
Contents

Richard Crangle, What counts?, p. 38

Trevor Beattie, Walter Bentley Woodbury and his Sciopticon, pp. 39-42

Michael T. Ganz, Switzerland at a glance, pp. 43-45

Lester Smith, Shadows on the wall: candle-light amusements, pp. 46-48

Stuart Talbot, The perfectionist projectionist: Philip Carpenter, 24 Regent Street, London, pp. 49-51

John Barnes, Lindsay Lambert and John Taylor, Bull's-eyes and illuminants, pp. 52-53

Peter Lane, Bernd Scholze and Mo Heard, Bits and pieces, pp. 54-55

Mervyn Heard, Review: Houdini speaks out, p. 56

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