The Photography Criticism CyberArchive constitutes a single online source providing access to multiple texts by a diversity of past and present authors in the fields of history, criticism, and theory of photography from the medium's inception through the present day. Represented here by complete texts of key essays and complete books you will find writers ranging from such early commentators as W. H. F. Talbot, L. J. M. Daguerre, and Lady Elizabeth Eastlake through Alfred Stieglitz, Charles Caffin, and Sadakichi Hartmann to contemporary observers including Donna-Lee Phillips, A. D. Coleman, and Nancy Brokaw, among a host of others.

To find out more, proceed as follows:

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In each case, we welcome you to our project.

A. D. Coleman
Executive Director

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