& References... please find below links to
Reference Works, and some of our Favorite Online
Internet Web Sites and Resources.
|A List of References to
publications and further printed information.
Stevenson has been writing a very well researched and
interesting series of informative articles aimed at identifying and shining new light on the
lives and work of many of the Victorian Era Mounters. He
has a fact-filled website where these are now available. His
series of papers can be accessed here.
Sobel's new website is dedicated to early
Scientific Instruments, including microscopes, antique
slides and accessories. This site features a number of
interesting & historically important instruments
Wissner's fine website
dedicated to early microscopes and accessories can be
found here. This site is both image and information rich, and
a pleasure to browse.
British Foraminifera of the Channel, An Amateurs Account of
is Brian Darnton's beautiful site. Arranged as an ongoing
"blog", it is a rich source of information and
Miller has also written some Excellent
Articles about Antique Microscope Slides and Preparers
from the Victorian Era. These papers were initially published
on the Micscape
website, and he has kindly allowed us to make them available here as
Magazine: Exploring the Miniature World, and Microscopy-UK
website, two of the best amateur microscopy sites on the web.
Quekett Microscopical Club was founded in 1865, "for
the friendly exchange of ideas between people interested in
the microscope for intelligent recreation." If you're not
a member, you should be!
Manchester Microscopical & Natural History Society was
founded in 1880 from the Manchester Literary & Philosophical
Society which was formed in 1858 "to provide for the
pursuits of those interested in microscopy and natural history."
Postal Microscopical Society was founded in 1873, "its
primary aim the circulation of boxes of microscope slides and
notes to the members."
Institute for the Promotion of the Less than One
"is for those
who use microscopes in their investigations of the world
Expressions, Exploring the World of Optics and Microscopy
Books specializes in Microscopy and Related Subjects.
A must "Browse" site!
Microscopy-U, Exploring the World of Optics and Imaging
wonderful source for the Collector, featuring Antique
Scientific Instruments and Accessories, Old and Rare Books,
Antique microscope slides, Information and Resources. Highly recommended!
colourful and interesting Graphics Collage Images that have been added for the "Home",
"Marine", and "Botanical"
slide sections are the work of Sue Hughes, a
wonderfully talented Freelance Artist from Pittsburgh,
PA USA. Click the link above for